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Expert NameMr. Jiyue Li
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
Telephone86 10 62 33 81 28
Work ExperienceMy research activities, conducted mainly as the project leader or participant, were concentrated mostly on the plantation silviculture in arid, sub-arid and dry sub-humid zones of China, environmental stress physiology, especially water relation and drought tolerance of tree species, and urban forestry. From 1991 to 1998, I was in charge of three scientific research projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China and Municipal Natural Science Foundation of Beijing and a key scientific project in the state's eighth five-year plan. I have made further study of the classification models and mechanisms of drought tolerance of more than 30 chief tree species in northern parts of China. In 1995-1996, I studied, as a post-doctoral fellow at Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, Canada, effects of repeated drought stress on cell water relations and plant hardening in conifers. Only recently, since 1996, I have been engaged in studying on sustainable development of
QualificationsPh.D. Silviculture, Beijing Forestry University, China, 3 years (1987-1990) Post Doctoral Fellow, tree physiology, Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, Canada, 1 year (1995-1996).
Number of Publications40
Awards1. National Education Committee Award of Science and Technology Progress, 1992. 2. A special governmental allowance by the State Council of China, 1993. 3. Ministry of Forestry Award of Science and Technology Progress, 1994.
Other Activities1. Academic Committee Member, Chinese Society of Forestry (1992-1997). 2. Editor, Journal of Beijing Forestry University.
Publications1. Li, J. 1997. Global (CO2) change and plant water relations. World For. Res. (in Chinese), 10(5): 16-25. 2. Li, J., Zhang, J. & Jiang, J. 1997. Studies on mechanisms of drought tolerance in Platycladus orientalis provencnce. Scientia Silvae Sinicae (in Chinese), 33 (Sp.1):1-13. 3. Cong. R. & Li, J. 1997. Discussions on the position of urban forestry in city development. J. Bei For. Uni. (in Chinese), 19(2): 1-10. 4. Li, J. Zhang, J. & Jiang, J. 1994. A study on water parameters of plantations in mountain areas of west Beijing (I-III). J. Bei. For. Uni. (in Chinese), 16(1):1-12, 16(2):1-9, 16(4):46-54. 5. Li, J. 1991. Studies on drought tolerance of some main tree species used in afforestation in Taihang Mountain Region (I-VI), J. Bei. For. Uni. (in Chinese), 13(Sp.1):1-24, 13(Sp.2): 230-280.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/11/2006 16:39:00

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