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Expert NameProf. Renqing Wang
DivisionSchool of Life Sciences
Telephone86 531 88363573
Work ExperienceThe research field of Professor Wang is ecology and environment protection. Main research field is plant ecology, microbal ecology and biodiversity; the researches focus on the warm-temperature zone vegetation, the mapping of vegetation of China, and the protection of endangered plant species. Currently, he is broadly interested in ecology of wetland, conservation biodiversity, microbal ecology, restoration ecology, ecological protection and demonstration, especially concentrated on Yellow River Delta wetland, island ecology, genetic diversity of endangered plant species and forest restoration. In the recent years, he has presided more than 10 projects and published more than 50 papers and edited 3 books. He has directed more than 20 master students, 20 PhD students and 4 postdoctoral researchers.
Qualifications1. Environmental Protection of Science and Technology Award (Grade three) awarded by State Environmental Protection Administration in 2006 2. Advanced Individual for Standing Contributor of Field Work on Science and Technology honored by Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2009). 3. Science and Technology Award (Grade two) in Tibet awarded by Xizang Autonomous Region in 1993.
Number of Publications115
Awards1. Young and Middle-aged Expert with Outstanding contributions of Shandong Province 2. Secondary Award of Science, Ministry of Education 3. Third Award of Science, Shandong department of Science
Other Activities1. Vice president of Shandong Association for Botany 2. Vice president of Shandong Association for Ecology 3. Expert member of Wetland International—China Program 4. Expert member of Shandong Ecological Construction Planning Expert Committee 5. Vice director of Plant Ecology Branch, , the Chinese Association of Botany,
Publications1. Guo W. H., Wang R. Q.*, Zhou S. L., Zhang S. P., Zhang Z. G.. Genetic diversity and clonal structure of Phragmites australis in the Yellow River delta of China. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 2003, 31(10): 1093~1109 2.Xu F., Guo W. H., Wang R.Q.?, Xu W. H., Du N., Wang Y. F. Leaf movement and photosynthetic plasticity of black locust(Robinia pseudoacacia)allebiate stress under different light and water conditions. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 2009, 31: 553 ~ 563. 3. Bo Li, Yu-Zhi Wang, Xiao-Xia Rong, , Jing Su, Ren-Qing Wang*_ Does Chaos Exist in Ecology? Evidence from a Rodent Population. International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation. 2010,11(6): 465~475 4. Du N., Guo W. H., Zhang X. R., Wang R. Q.. Morphological and physiological responses of Vitex negundo L. var. heterophylla (Franch.) Rehd. to drought stress. Acta Physiol Plant, 2010, 32: 839~848. 5. Wang, R. Q., Zhou G. Y. Vegetation of Shandong. Shandong Science and Technology Press, Jinan, 2000.
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