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Expert NameMr. Yongquing Meng
TitleProfessor
DivisionChinese academy of Forestry, Beijing
InstitutionChinese Academy of Forestry
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 62 88 97 19
Emailyqmeng2000(at)yahoo.com
Work Experience-Forest establishment, forestation is an important way to control desertification. 1980 conducted activity for rehabilitation in mountain area with serve soil erosion through Larch forest establishment. Demonstration Project of Populus Euphratica Protection and Rehabilitation on Talimu River Reaches in Xingjiang. Established Populus Euphratica plantation mixed with some local brush species. -joined to formulate a national desertification control program that was organized by the Ministry of Forestry of China in the middle of 1990. -Head of the Project: Quingzhou Fangchenggang Forestry Action Plan”, in cooperation with FAO office of Asian-Pacific region based on Bangkock. Completed the action plan through two-year field investigation in Guangxi, tropical region, South China. 1997-2000. -put forward plan on local vegetation rehabilitation to Lanzhou government, 2001, Ganshu province based on my field survey that is combination of tree, bush and grass planting on the dry hill -encour
Qualifications-BS, Forestry, Forestry Department of Nanjing Forestry Univ. -MS, Forestry to combat land degradation in north of China, Institute of Forestry Research of the Chinese Academy of Forestry, Bejing China
Number of Publications17
Awards-Chinese Water and Soil Conservation Association -Chinese Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management Society -Chinese Gingko Society -Chinese Society of World Forestry
Other Activities-Consulting as an expert of China’s Planning Committee, 2001/2000 in Baishan, Jilin province for local forestry development; in Lanzhou, Ganshu province for a state project on local vegetation rehabilitation in mountain areas, in Shihezi, Xingjiang, West of China -Consulting worked for an agroforestry project of Western Australia -consulting for ITTO experts, expert from CIFOR, Business Section of Canada embassy, CSIRO of Australia, etc.
Publications-“Radiata Pine and its possible extension in China.” Chinese Green Daily, 28. jan. 2003 -“Status and development Trend of World Forestry Science and Technology.” Forestry Press, 2000 -“Action program to combat desertification..” Forestry press, 1996 -“Forestry Development Strategy facing Agenda 21.” Forestry press, 1996 (for paper publications please look into the roster of experts hardware)
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated27/07/2011 12:24:00
 

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