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Name : WANG Shaoqiang
Current Appointment: Professor
1990-1994: B.S. in Physical Geography, Department of Geography, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China
1994-1997: M.S. in Physical Geography, Department of Resources and Environment Science, Beijing Normal University, Beijing
1997-2000: Ph.D. in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System , Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing                                                  
Areas of Specialization:
Ecosystem ecology,biogeochemical cycles,global change, ecological model
Representative Publications
1.Ju, W., Wang, S., Yu, G., Zhou, Y., Wang, H. 2010. Modeling the impact of drought on canopy carbon and water fluxes for a subtropical evergreen coniferous plantation in southern China through parameter optimization using an ensemble Kalman filter. Biogeosciences, 7, 845–857.
2.Mi,N., Wang, S., Liu, J., Yu, G., Zhang, W.,  Jobaggy, E. 2008. Soil Inorganic Carbon Storage Pattern in China. Global Change Biology, 14(10): 2380-2387, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01642.x.
3.Fan Jiangwen, Zhong Huaping, Warwick Harris, Yu Guirui, Wang Shaoqiang, Hu Zhongmin, Yue Yanzhen. 2008. Carbon storage in the grasslands of China based on field measurements of above- and below-ground biomass. Climatic Change, 86:375-396.
4.WU WeiXing, WANG ShaoQiang, XIAO XiangMing, YU GuiRui, FU YuLing, HAO YanBin. Modeling gross primary production of a temperate grassland ecosystem in Inner Mongolia, China, using MODIS imagery and climate data. 2008. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 2008, 51(10): 1-12.
5.Pete Smith , Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Ivan A. Janssens , Stefan Reis , Gregg Marland , Jean-Fran?ois Soussana , Torben R. Christensen , Linda Heath , Mike Apps , Vlady Alexeyev , Jingyun Fang , Jean-Pierre Gattuso , Juan Pablo Guerschman , Yao Huang , Esteban Jobbagy , Daniel Murdiyarso , Jian Ni , Antonio Nobre , Changhui Peng , Adrian Walcroft , Shao Qiang Wang , Yude Pan , Guang Sheng Zhou. 2008. Sectoral approaches to improve regional carbon budgets. Climatic Change, 88:209–249 DOI 10.1007/s10584-007-9378-5.
6.Shi, F., Li, J., Wang, S. 2008. Soil organic carbon, nitrogen and microbial properties in contrasting forest ecosystems of north-east China under different regeneration scenarios. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B-Soil and Plant Science , 1-10, DOI: 10.1080/09064710601065970.
7.Wang, S., Chen, J. Ju, W., Feng, X., Chen, M., Chen, P., Yu, G. 2007. Carbon sinks and sources of China’s forests during 1901-2001. Journal of Environmental Management , 85:524–537, doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2006.09.019.
8.Ju, W., Chen, J.M., Harvey, D., Wang, S. 2007. Future carbon balance of China’s forests under climate change and increasing CO2. Journal of Environmental Management, 85: 538–562, doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2006.04.028.
9.Tian, H., Wang, S., Liu, J., Pan, S., Chen, H., Zhang C., Shi, X. 2006. Spatial Patterns of Soil Organic Nitrogen Storage in China. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 20, GB1001, doi:10.1029/2005GB002464.
10.Wang S, Yu G., Zhao Q., Niu D., Chen Q., Wu Z.. 2005. Spatial Characteristics of Soil Organic Carbon Storage in China’s Cropland. Pedosphere, 15(4): 417-423.
11.Zhang, C., Tian, H., Liu, J., Wang, S., Liu, M., Pan, S., Shi, X. 2005. Pools and distributions of soil phosphorus in China. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19, GB1020, doi:10.1029/2004GB002296.
12.Yan, H., Wang, S., Wang, C., Zhang, G., Patel, N. 2005. Loss of soil organic carbon under wind erosion in China. Global Change Biology, 11(5): 828–840, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2005.00950.x.
13.Wang, S., Liu,J., Yu, G., Pan, Y., Chen, Q., Li, K., Li, J. 2004. Effects of land use change on the storage of soil organic carbon: a case study of Qianyanzhou Forest Experimental Station in China. Climatic Change, 67(2-3): 247-255.
14.Wang, S., Huang, M., Shao, X., Mickler, R.A., Li, K., Ji, J. 2004. Vertical Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon in China. Environmental Management, 33(Supplement 1): S200–S209.
15.Li K., Wang, S., Cao, M. 2004. Vegetation and soil carbon storage in China. Science in China (Series D), 47(1): 49-57.
16.Wang, S., Tian, H., Liu, J., Pan, S. 2003. Pattern and Change of Soil Organic Carbon Storage in China: 1960s-1980s. Tellus, 55B: 416-127.
17.Zhou, C., Zhou, Q., Wang, S. 2003. Estimating and Analyzing the Spatial Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon in China. AMBIO, 32(1): 6-12.
18.Wang, S., Xu, J., Zhou, C., He, C. 2002. Using remote sensing to estimate the change of carbon storage: A case study in the estuary of Yellow River delta. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23(8): 1565-1580.
19.Wang, S., Tian, H., Liu, J., Zhuang, D., Hu, W. 2002. Land-use change and it’s effect on carbon storage in Northeast China: An analysis based on Landsat TM data. Science in China (Series C), 45(7): 40-47.
20.Wang, S., Zhou, C., Liu, J., Tian, H., Li, K., Yang, X. 2002. Carbon storage in northeast China as estimated from vegetation and soil inventories. Environmental Pollution, 116(1001): 157-165.
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