• 性  别:男    

  • 出生年月:1964年8月

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教育经历

1997.07-2000.12,美国加州大学伯克利分校(UC Berkeley),理学博士,环境科学、政策与管理

1987.09-1990.07,北京林业大学,硕士,森林生态学

1983.09-1987.07,河南农业大学,学士,林学


任职经历

2018.01-至今, 河南大学

1992.06-1994.08,北京市气象局

1990.08-1992.05,北京市农林科学院

近期的学术成果

主持和参与的研究项目

1.Develop Biodiversity Information System for Qinghai Province, China (funded by Global Environment Facility (GEF), UNDP, $613,000, 2014-2017, PI)

2.Effects of Land Conversion on Greenhouse-gas Emissions in the Yangtze River Basin (funded by Ministry of Science and Technology of China, $6,350,000, 2011-2015, Co-PI).

3.Adaptation to Climate Change in Agriculture: Experiences and Lessons from China (funded by USDA-ISE,$99,000 , 2011-2014,  PI)

4.Assessment and Valuation of Ecosystem Services in Qinghai Province, China (funded by Qinghai Provincial Government, $3,174,600, 2012- 2015, Co-PI)

5.Quantifying Feedbacks Affecting  High-Altitude Climate Change (funded by NSF, $570,000, 2010-2014, Co-PI)

6.Development of National Biodiversity and Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan for China (funded by The EU - China Biodiversity Program (ECBP), $345,500, 2009-2011, PI)

7.Development and Application of Regional Forest Carbon Accounting System (funded by The Nature Conservancy and Sichuan provincial government, $425,000, 2011-2013, PI)

8.Modeling climate and ecosystem interactions: Development of the next generation of integrating climate and ecosystem models (funded by The Nature Conservancy and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, $2,941,176, 2008-2013, Co-PI)


发表论文

Publications in English (peer-reviewed)  

1. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M., Sun, J., Burgess, P., Huang, B. 2017. Growth, physiological, and biochemical responses of three grass species to elevated carbon dioxide concentrations. Pak. J. Bot., 49(6): 2169-2180.

2. Zeng, W., Xu, M., Wang, X., Cheng, Z., Yao, S. 2017. Developing individual-tree-based models for estimating aboveground biomass of five key coniferous species in China, Journal of Forestry Research doi.org/10.1007/s11676-017-0538-9

3. Wu, X., Liu, H., Fu, B., Wang, Q., Xu, M., Wang, H., Yang, F., Liu, G. 2017. Effects of land-use change and fertilization on N2O and NO fluxes, the abundance of nitrifying and denitrifying microbial communities in a hilly red soil region of southern China, Applied Soil Ecology 120: 111-120.

4. *Li, R., Xu, M., Powers, R., Jetz, W., Wen, H., Sheng, Q., Qui, S. 2017. Quantifying the evidence for co-benefts between species conservation and climate change mitigation in giant panda habitats, Scientific Reports 7 DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-12843-0 (covered by Yale Daily News, October 2017)

5. *Zhou, H., Xu, M., Zheng, Y., Chi, Y., Hou, R., Ouyang, Z. 2017. Thermal acclimation of photosynthesis to experimental warming is season-dependent for winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Global Change Biology (in revision)

6. *Yang, Q., Zhang, W.D., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Wang, S. 2017. Thinning effect on photosynthesis depends on needle ages in a Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation, Science of the Total Environment 580: 900-906.

7. *Li, R., Xu, M. 2017. Spatial-temporal assessment of forest biomass carbon sinks through random forests in Sichuan Province, China, Journal of Environmental Quality 46 (1), 64-71 doi:10.2134/jeq2016.07.0261

8. Zheng, Y., Li, R., Sun, Y., Xu, M. et al. 2017. The optimal temperature for the growth of blueberry (Vaccinium Corymbosum L.), Pak. J. Bot., 49(3): 965-979.

9. *Liu, L., Xu, M., Shao, R. 2017. Timescale dependence of environmental controls on methane efflux in Poyang Lake, China, Biogeosciences 14, 2019-2032

10. *Shen, R., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Yu, S., Wan, S., He, N. 2017. Microbial membranes and enzymes not microbial community structure related to the thermal acclimation of soil heterotrophic respiration in a temperate steppe in northern China, Soil Biology and Biochemistry (in revision)

11. *Shao, R., Xu, M., Li, R., Dai, X., Liu, L.,Yuan,Y., Wang, H., Yang, F. 2017. Land use legacies and nitrogen fertilization affect methane emissions in the early years of rice field development, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 107 (3), 369-380.

12. *Zhang, L., Xu, M., Qiu, S., Li, R., Lai, C., Zhang, W. 2017. Improving the estimate of forest biomass carbon by combining two forest inventory systems in Sichuan Province, China, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 32: 297-305.

13. *Liu, L., Xu, M., Li, R. 2017. Modeling temporal patterns of methane effluxes using multiple regression and random forest in Poyang Lake, China, Wetlands Ecol Manage, DOI 10.1007/s11273-017-9558-7

14. *Shedayi A. A, Xu, M., Hussain, F., Sadia, S., Naseer,  I., Bano, S. 2016. Threatened Plant Resources: Distribution and Ecosystem Services in the World’s High Elevation Park of the Karakoram Ranges. Pak. J. Bot., 48(3): 999-1012

15. *Yuan, Y., Dai, X., Wang, H., Xu, M., Fu, X., Yang, F. 2016. Effects of Land-Use Conversion from Double Rice Cropping to Vegetables on Methane and Nitrous Oxide Fluxes in Southern China. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0155926. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155926

16. Xu, M., and Shang, H. 2016. Contribution of soil respiration to the global carbon equation, Journal of Plant Physiology 203: 16–28.

17. Liu H, Liu G, Li Y, Wu X, Liu D, Dai X, Xu M, Yang F. 2016. Effects of land use conversion and fertilization on CH4 and N2O fluxes from typical hilly red soil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 23(20): 20269-20280, PMID: 27447473

18. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M. 2016. The optimal temperature for the growth of blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.), Pakistan Journal of Botany 49(3): 965-979

19. *Shedayi, A.A., Xu, M., Naseer, I., Khan, B. 2016. Altitudinal gradients of soil and vegetation carbon and nitrogen in a high altitude nature reserve of Karakoram ranges. SpringerPlus, 5:320: DOI 10.1186/s40064-016-1935-9

20. *Liu, L., Xu, M. 2016. Microbial biomass in sediment affects greenhouse gas effluxes in the Poyang Lake in China, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 31 (1): 109-121.

21. *Zhou, H., Xu, M., Pan, H., Yu, X. 2015. Leaf age effects on temperature responses of photosynthesis and respiration of an alpine oak, Quercus aquifolioides in southwestern China, Tree Physiology 35 (11): 1236-1248.

22. Xu, M. 2015. The optimal atmospheric CO2 concentration for the growth of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum), Journal of Plant Physiology 184: 89-97.

23. *Yuan, Y., Dai, X., Xu, M., Wang, H., Fu, X., Yang, F., 2015. Responses of microbial community structure to land-use conversion and fertilization in southern China, European Journal of Soil Biology 70:1-6.

24. *Shedayi, A.A., Ahmad, S., Xu, M., Sadia, S., Ehsan, S. 2015. Physico-chemical and bacteriological analysis of drinking water quality of Nomal, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences 7(2): 81-87.

25. *Shen, R., Xu, M., Zhao, F., Li, R., Sheng, Q. 2015. Spatial variability of soil microbial biomass and its relationships with edaphic, vegetational and climatic factors in the Three-River Headwaters region on Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Applied Soil Ecology 95: 191–203.

26. *Xu, B., Xie, P., Xu, M., Jiang, L., Shi, C., You, R. 2015. A validation of Passive Microwave Rain Rate Retrievals from the Chinese FengYun (FY) 3B Satellite, Journal of Hydrometeorology 16, 1886–1905.

27. *Liu, L., Xu, M., Qiu, S., Shen, R. 2015. Spatial patterns of benthic bacterial communities in a large lake, International Review of Hydrobiology 100, 97–105

28. *Yang, Q., Liu, L., Zhang, W., Xu, M., Wang, S. 2015. Different responses of stem and soil CO2 efflux to pruning in a Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation, Trees, 29:1207–1218.

29. *Li, R., Xu, M., Wong, M.H.G., Qiu, S., Sheng, Q., Li, X., Song, Z. 2015. Climate change-induced decline in bamboo habitats and species diversity: implications for giant panda conservation, Biodiversity and Distributions, 21(4): 379-391.

30. *Li, R., Xu, M., Wong, M.H.G., Qiu, S., Li, X., Ehrenfeld, D., Li, D. 2015. Climate change threatens giant panda protection in the 21st century, Biological Conservation 182:93-101. (Covered by CBS, NewScientist, and China Daily)

31. *Qiu, S., Xu, M. 2015. Climatic information improves statistical individual-tree mortality models for three key species of Sichuan Province, China, Annals of Forest Science 72: 443-455.

32. *Qiu, S., Xu, M., Zheng, Y., Li, R., Wong, M.H.G., Shedayi, A.A. 2015. Impacts of the Wenchuan earthquake on tree mortality and biomass carbon stock, Natural Hazards 77(2): 1261-1274.

33. *Shedayi AA, Jan N, Riaz S, Xu M. 2015. Drinking water quality status in Gilgit, Pakistan and WHO standards. Sci. Int., 27(3): 2305-2311.

34. Naud, C. M., Rangwala, I, Xu, M., Miller, J. R. 2015. A satellite view of the radiative impact of clouds on surface downward fluxes in the Tibetan Plateau, Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 54: 479-493.

35. Liu, X., Liu, B., Henderson, M., Xu, M., Zhou, D. 2015. Observed changes in dry day frequency and prolonged dry episodes in Northeast China, International Journal of Climatology 35(2): 196-214.

36. *Shedayi, A.A., Xu, M., Gulraiz, B. 2014. Traditional medicinal uses of plants in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, Journal of Medicinal Plants Research 8(30): 992-1004.

37. *Shen, R., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Yu, S., Wan. S. 2014, Soil microbial responses to experimental warming and nitrogen addition in a temperate steppe of northern China. Pedosphere 24(4): 427-436.

38. Li, S., Xu, M., Sun, B. 2014. Long-term hydrological response to reforestation in a large watershed in southeastern China, Hydrological Processes 28: 5573-5582.

39. *Chi, Y., Xu, M., Shen, R., Wan, S. 2013. Acclimation of leaf dark respiration to nocturnal and diurnal warming in a semiarid temperate steppe, Functional Plant Biology 40: 1159–1167

40. *Yang, Q., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Zheng, Y., Shen, R., Wang, S. 2013. Effects of freeze damage on litter production, quality and decomposition in a loblolly pine forest in central China, Plant & Soil 374: 449-458.

41. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M., Hou, R., Shen, R., Qiu, S., Ouyang, Z. 2013. Effects of experimental warming on stomatal traits in leaves of maize (Zea may L.). Ecology and Evolution 3(9): 3095-3111. doi: 10.1002/ece3.674.

42. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M., Shen, R., Qiu, S. 2013. Effects of artificial warming on the structural, physiological, and biochemical changes of maize (Zea mays L.) leaves in northern China, Acta Physiol Plant, 35(10): 2891-2904, DOI 10.1007/s11738-013-1320-z

43. *Chi, Y., Xu, M., Shen, R., Yang, Q., Huang, B., Wan, S. 2013. Acclimation of foliar respiration and photosynthesis in response to experimental warming in a temperate steppe in northern China, PLoS ONE 8(2): e56482. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056482

44. Li, X., Tian, H., Wang, Y., Li, R., Song, Z., Zhang, F., Xu, M. and Li, D. 2013. Vulnerability of 208 endemic or endangered species in China to the effects of climate change, Regional Environmental Change 13: 843-852, DOI 10.1007/s10113-012-0344-z

45. *Liu, L., Xu, M., Lin, M. and Zhang, X.  2013. Spatial variability of greenhouse gas effluxes and their controlling factors in the Poyang Lake in China, Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 22 (3): 749-758.

46. *Zhao, F., Xu, M., Zheng, Y., Huang, H., and Chi, Y. 2013. Improving the Environmental Kuznets Curve for evaluating the relationships between CO2 emissions and economic development, Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment 11 (2): 1193-1199.

47. *Wong, M., Xu, M., Li, R. and Long Y. 2013. An integrative approach to assessing the potential impacts of climate change on the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, Biological Conservation 158: 401-409.

48. Wang, C., Lv, L., and Xu, M. 2012. Carbon Dioxide Fumigation for Controlling Bed Bugs, J. Med. Entomol. 49(5): 1076-1083.

49. *Zheng, Y, Yang, Q., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Shen, R., Li, P., and Dai, H. 2012. Responses of Pinus massoniana and Pinus taeda to freezing in temperate forests in central China, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 27:6, 520-531.

50. Zhao, H., Kang, X., Guo, Z., Yang, H. and Xu, M. 2012. Species Interactions in Spruce–Fir Mixed Stands and Implications for Enrichment Planting in the Changbai Mountains, China, Mountain Research and Development, 32(2):187-196.  

51. Piao, S. L., Ito, A., Li, S. G., Huang, Y., Ciais, P., Wang, X. H., Peng, S. S., Nan, H. J.,  Zhao, C., Ahlström, A., Andres, R. J., Chevallier, F.,  Fang, J. Y.,  Hartmann, J., Huntingford, C., Jeong, S., Levis, S., Levy, P. E.,  Li, J. S.,  Lomas, M. R.,  Mao, J. F.,  Mayorga, E.,  Mohammat, A., Muraoka, H., Peng, C. H.,  Peylin, P., Poulter, B., Shen, Z. H.,  Shi, X., Sitch, S., Tao, S., Tian, H. Q.,  Wu, X. P., Xu, M., Yu, G. R.,  Viovy, N., Zaehle, S., Zeng, N. and B. Zhu. 2012. The carbon budget of terrestrial ecosystems in East Asia over the last two decades, Biogeosciences, 9, 3571-3586, doi:10.5194/bg-9-3571-2012

52. *Yu, J.J., Wang, M.H., Xu, M., and Ho, Y.S. 2012. A bibliometric analysis of research papers published on photosynthesis:1992-2009, Photosynthetica 50 (1): 5-14, DOI: 10.1007/s11099-012-0010-1

53. *Yu, J.J., Du, H.M., Xu, M., and Huang, B.R. 2012. Metabolic Responses to Heat Stress under Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentration in a Cool-season Grass Species, J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 137(4):221–228.

54. *Yu, J.J., Chen, L.H., Xu, M., and Huang, B.R. 2012. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Physiological Responses of Tall Fescue to Elevated Temperature, Drought Stress, and the Combined Stresses, Crop Sci. 52:18481858, doi: 10.2135/cropsci2012.01.0030

55. *Yang, Q., Xu, M., Chi, Y., Zheng, Y., Shen, R., Li, P. and Dai, H. 2012. Temporal and spatial variations of stem CO2 efflux of three species in subtropical China, Journal of Plant Ecology, 5(2): 229-237.


Publications in Chinese (peer-reviewed)

1. *Zhao, H., Zhang, J., Zhao, F., Xu, M. 2017. Contributions of sacred mountains to ecosystem services in the Tibetan region of Qinghai Province, Nationalities Forum 5: 69-73.

2. *Liu, L., Zhang, L., Zhao, F., Zhao, M., Zhao, H., Shao, R., Xu, M. 2017. Opportunities and challenges presented by ecological environment data, Acta Ecologica Sinica 37(14): 4897-4904.

3. *Zhao, F., Zhang, L., Zhao, M., Shao, R., Liu, L., Zhao, H., Xu, M. 2017. Architecture and technical exploration of big data platform for ecological environment, Chinese Journal of Ecology 36(3): 824-832.

4. *Zhao, M., Zhao, S., Zhang, L., Zhao, F., Shao, R., Liu, L., Zhao, H., Xu, M. 2017. Applications of eco-environmental big data: Progress and prospect, Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 28(5): 1727-1734.

6. *Zhao, M., Zhao, H., Li, R., Zhang, L., Zhao, F., Liu, L., Shen, R., Xu, M. 2017. Assessment on grassland ecosystem services in Qinghai Province during 1998-2012, Journal of Natural Resources 32(3): 418-433 (in Chinese with English abstract)

7. *Zhao, H., Xu, M. 2016. Valuation of the forest ecosystems in conserving biodiversity in Sichuan Province, Journal of Natural Resources 31(5): 789-799 (in Chinese with English abstract)

8. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M., Wang, J., Wang, H. 2016. Effects of future climate warming on the morphology, structure, and gas exchange of maize leaves in the North China Plain, Acta Ecologica Sinica, 36(6): 1526-1538 (in Chinese with English abstract)

9. *Zheng, Y., Dang, C., Hao, L., Cheng, D., Xu, M. 2016. Adaptation of maize leave photosynthesis and respiration to experimental warming in the North China Plain, Acta Ecologica Sinica, 36(16): 5236-5246 (in Chinese with English abstract)

10. *Shen, R., Zhang, G., Zhang, Y., Xu, M. 2015. Factors affecting storm peak flow in small watersheds in the Loess Plateau, Science of Soil and Water Conservation 13(2): 24-30.

11. *Zheng, Y., Xu, M., Wang, J., Qiu, S., Wang, H. 2015. Responses of the stomatal traits and gas exchange of maize leaves to climate warming, Acta Agronomica Sinica 41(4): 601-612. (in Chinese with English abstract)

12. *Zheng, Y., Wang, H., Lou, X., Yang, Q., Xu, M. 2014. Changes of non-structural carbohydrates and its impact factors in trees: A review, Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 25(4): 1188-1196 (in Chinese with English abstract).

13. *Qiu, S., Xu, M., Li, R. 2014. Spatio-temporal simulation of daily solar radiation in Sichuan Province, Quaternary Sciences 34 (4): 898-904 (in Chinese with English abstract).

14. Zhang, X., Geng, Y., Xu, M., Liu, L., Lin, M. 2014. Soil enzyme activity and influencing factors in lakeside wetland of Poyang Lake, Jiangxi Province of eastern China, Journal of Beijing Forestry University 36(1):34-40 (in Chinese with English abstract).

15. *Yuan, Z., Huang, G., Mo, H., Shen, R., Xu, M., Qiu, S., Zhao, F., Li, R. 2014. Dynamic assessment of the plant carbon storage in Baoxing county of Sichuan Province, Forest Resources Management 11: 82-88 (in Chinese with English abstract).

16. *Zhou, H. R, Xu, M., Yu, X. B. 2014. On the Study of acclimation and phenotypic plasticity, Journal of Northwest A&F University, 42(4):215-220 (in Chinese with English abstract).

17. Guo*, Z., Peng, D., Xu, M., Qiu, S. 2014. Simulation of Coupling Transmission of Water and Heat in Soil under Seasonal Freezing and Thawing, Acta Pedologica Sinica 51(4):816-823 (in Chinese with English abstract)

18. Huang, G., Zhao, F., Li, R., Xu, M. 2012. Evaluation of ecosystem services: Current status, challenges, and prospects, Forest Resources Management 9(4): 17-23. (in Chinese with English abstract)

19. Lin, M., Xu, M., Geng, Y., Liu, L., Zhang, X. 2012. Spatial heterogeneity and controlling factors of autumn CH4 flux at water-air interface in Poyang Lake of Jiangxi ProvinceChina, Chinese Journal of Ecology 31( 8) : 2112 -2118 (in Chinese with English abstract).