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Expert NameProf. Yunshe Dong
TitleDeputy Director
DivisionTerrestrial land surface process research
InstitutionChinese Academy of Sciences
Telephone86 10 64856500
Work ExperienceThe main research area is experiment and study of terrestrial land surface process, which include soil salinization and desertification, C and N biogeochemistry cycle, agricultural hydrology, comprehensive improvement of fragile ecosystems. The aims of present studies are to quantify the biogeochemical cycles of C and N, its temporal variations and regional differences, and its responds to climate changes in ecosystems based long term in situ continuous measurement. The exchange of main trace gases between terrestrial land surface and atmosphere are also investigated. These works are mostly funded by four agencies: State development and Planning Commission, State Science and Technique Commission, National Nature Science Foundation Commission and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
QualificationsDoctor, Environment geoscience, Mainz University, 2000
Number of Publications
Awards1. Advanced national promoter for production-education-study in 2010 2. First personal award for science serving of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2009
Other Activities1. Trustee of Chinese society of environmental sciences 2. Deputy director of Xinjiang academy of reclamation and agricultural sciences 3. Editorial member of Chinese Science Bulletin 4. Editorial member of Journal of Arid Land
Publications1. Z. JIN, Y. S. DONG, Y. C. QI, W.G. LIU AND Z.S. AN. Characterizing variations in soil particle size distribution along grass-desert shrub transition in the Ordos Plateau of Inner Mongolia, China. Land Degradation and Development. 2011 DOI: 10.1002/ldr.1112, Wiley, Hoboken. 2. Qin Peng, Yunshe Dong, Yuchun Qi, Shengsheng Xiao, Yating He, Tao Ma. Effects of nitrogen fertilization on soil respiration in temperate grassland in Inner Mongolia, China. Environmental Earth Science, 2011, 62(6):1163-1171. DOI 10.1007/s12665-010-0605-4, Springer, Heidelberg. 3. Zhuang Li, Dong Yunshe, Yin Feihu & Chen Yaning. Historical evolution and the effects of ecological management in Tarim Basin, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010, 55(36):4097-4103. doi:10.1007/s11434-010-4252-7, Chinese science press, Beijing. 4. Qi Y C, Dong Y S, Jin Z, et al. Spatial heterogeneity of soil nutrients and soil respiration in the desertified grasslands of Inner Mongolia, China. Pedosphere, 2010, 20(5):655-665. Chinese science press, Beijing. 5. Y. Dong, D. Scharffe, J. Lobert, P. Crutzen and E. Sanhueza. Fluxes of CO2, CH4 and N2O from a temperate forest soil: the effects of leaves and humus layers. Tellus, 1998, 50B:243-252. Wiley, Hoboken
DisciplineSoil Science
Last updated17/08/2011 16:20:00

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