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Expert NameDr. Keping Ma
TitleResearch Professor
Division
Institutionno institution
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 010 62591431
Emailmakp(at)mimi.cnc.ac.cn
Work ExperienceAs the principal investigator, I chaired the following projects: (1) Studies on the ecosystem diversity in critical areas of China (1992-1996); (2) Restoration ecology of degraded warm temperate forest ecosystems in Dongling Mountain, Beijing, China (1992-1996); (3) The impacts of human activities on biodiversity in warm temperate zone (1991-1995); (4) Establishment of ecosystem database of China (1991-1995); (5) Inventory on biodiversity information resources of China (1996-1997).
QualificationsPh.D. Ecology, Northeast Forestry University of China, 1991.
Number of Publications70
Awards
Other Activities1. Deputy Secretary General for the Chinese Society of Botany. 2. Member of WCPA of IUCN. 3. Deputy Director for Biodiversity Committee of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Publications1. Ma, Keping et al, 1995, Studies on the Structure and Functionof Calamagrostis angustifolia Grassland Ecosystem: IV. Energy fixation and Allocation, Acta Ecologia Sinica, 15(1): 23-31, Beijing: Science Press. 2. Ma, Keping et al, 1995, Plant Community Diversity in Dongling Mountain, Beijing, China: II. Species Richness, Evenness and Species Diversities, Acta Ecologia Sinica, 15(3): 268-277, Beijing: Science Press. 3. Ma, Keping et al, 1995, Plant Community Diversity in Dongling Mountain, Beijing, China: III. Species-Abundance Relations of Several Types of Forest Communities, Acta Ecologia Sinica, 15(6): 573-583, Beijing: Science Press. 4. Ma, Keping, 1995, Studies on Plant Community Diversity in Dongling Mountain, Beijing, China: VIII. Variation of Composition Along Elevational Gradient, Acta Ecologia Sinica, 15(6): 593-600, Beijing: Science Press. 5. Qian Yingqian and Ma Keping (eds.), 1994, Principles and Methodologies of Biodiversity Studies, Beijing: Chinese Science a
DisciplineEcology/Ecosystems
Last updated15/08/2011 14:47:00
 

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