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Faculty and Staff
LI Pin
Highest Education  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:


   2014: Ph.D., Ecology, Peking University, Beijing, P.R. China. 

    2009: B.S., Ecology, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, P.R. China. 

Research Interest:
    Terrestrial ecosystems response to environmental change
Public Services:

Selected Publications:

  1. Pin Li, Yuanhe Yang, Wenxuan Han, Jingyun Fang. Global patterns of soil microbial nitrogen and phosphorus stoichiometry in forest ecosystems. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2014, 23(9): 979-987. 

  2. Pin Li, Yuanhe Yang, Jingyun Fang. Variations of root and heterotrophic respiration along environmental gradients in China’s forests. Journal of Plant Ecology, 2013, 6(5): 358-367. 

  3.Yuanhe Yang, Pin Li, Honglin He, Xia Zhao, ArindamDatta, Wenhong Ma, Ying Zhang, Xuejun Liu, Wenxuan Han, Maxwell C.Wilson, Jingyun Fang. Long-term changes in soil pH across major forest ecosystems in China. Geophysical Research Letters, 2015, 42(3): 933-940. 

  4.Yuanhe Yang, Pin Li, Jinzhi Ding, Xia Zhao, Wenghong Ma, Chengjun Ji, Jingyun Fang. Increased topsoil carbon stock across China's forests. Global Change Biology, 2014, 20(8): 2687-2696.  

  5. Bing Xu, Yuanhe Yang, Pin Li, Haihua Shen, Jingyun Fang. Global patterns of ecosystem carbon flux in forests: A biometric data-based synthesis. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2014, 28(9): 962-973. 

  6.ZhaodiGuo, Huifeng Hu, Pin Li, Nuyun Li, Jingyun Fang. Spatio-temporal changes in biomass carbon sinks in China's forests from 1977 to 2008. Science China Life Sciences, 2013, 56(7): 661-671.  

  7.Yuanhe Yang, Jingyun Fang, Chengjun Ji, ArindamDatta, Pin Li, Wenhong Ma, Anwar Mohammat, Haihua Shen, Huifeng Hu. Stoichiometric shifts in surface soils over broad geographical scales: evidence from China’s grasslands. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2014, 23(8): 947-955. 

Supported Projects:

  National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 31500396).Ozone sensitivity difference of typical urban greening tree species and biological mechanisms.2016/01-2018/12.Leader. 

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