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Expert NameDr. Yanhui Wang
TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionResearch Inst. of Forest Ecology and Env.
InstitutionChinese Academy of Forestry
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 62889531
Emailwangyh(at)fee.forestry.ac.cn
Work Experience1. Participation in a project to classify the site types for reforestation in Loess Area in Shanxi Province, North China. 2. A quantitative research on the relationship between the spatial structure of black locust plantation and its functions, such as rainfall interception, decrease of kinetic energy of rainfall by canopy, water and soil conservation, etc. in the center of the Loess Plateau in Gansu Province, Northwest China. 3. A research on the hydrological functions of Moso-Bamboo (hyllostachys pubescens) plantation in terms of canopy interception, stem flow, infiltration, runoff generation on slopes and from watershed, the chemistry of rainfall and runoff in Jiangxi Province, South China. 4. A study on the impacts of climate change (mainly of drought and warming up) and of acid deposition on the chemical characters as well as some chemical processes in the strongly acidified soil of a Norway spruce plantation in Germany. 5. Many field surveys in the semiarid and arid zone
QualificationsBachelor, water and soil conservation, Beijing Forestry University, 1982. Master, water and soil conservation, Beijing Forestry University, 1985. Doctor, soil science and forest nutrition, University Göttingen, Germany, 1996.
Number of Publications21
Awards1. Scholarship from the Chinese Government for the Study in Germany 1991-1993. 2. Scholarsship from the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation for the Study in Germany 1993-1996. 3. Research-starting fund from the World-University-Service in 1997/1998.
Other Activities1. Membership of the Society of Soil and Water Conservation of China. 2. Membership of the Society of Forestry of China. 3. Membership of the Society of Ecology of China.
Publications1. Wang Y.H., 1990. The water and soil conservation functions and hydrological influences of black locust plantation. IUFRO XIX World Congress. Acart Graphic Services Inc., Ottawa. Vol. 1:307-318 (in English). 2. Wang, Y.H. and Liu Y.M., 1995. Hydrological characteristics of a Moso-bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) forest in South China. Hydrological Processes. Vol. 9:797-808 (in English). 3. Wang, Y.H., 1986. A quantitative study on the benefits of black locust on water and soil conservation in the Eastern Loess Area in Gansu Province. Journal of Beijing Forestry University. Vol. 8(1): 35-52 (in Chinese). 4. Wang, Y.H., 1989, A study on the depletion rule of soil water in rainy season. Acta Conservationis Soil et Aquae Sinica, Vol. 3(2):81-89 (in Chinese). 5. Wang, Y.H., 1996, Influence of climate factors on chemical characteristics of an acid forest soil, Berichte des Forschungszentrums Waldökosysteme der Univ. Göttingen, Reihe A, Band 139 pp. 172 (in German).
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
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