Name: XU Ming
Current Appointment: Professor, Director of Global Carbon Project (GCP) Beijing Office, member of the Scientific Committee on GCP- Regional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes (RECCAP))
1983-1987: B.S. in Forestry Science, Henan Agriculture University, China.
1987-1990: M.S. in Biometeorology/ Forest Ecology, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China
1994-2000: Ph.D. in Biogeochemical Cycles/Ecosystem Modeling, University of California at Berkeley,USA
Areas of Specialization:
His research interests focus on climate change and ecosystem processes, especially carbon cycle and climate change impact, vulnerability and adaptation. He is also interested in process-based ecosystem modelling and climate change policy.
1.Zhang,Y., Xu,M., Chen,H., Adams, J. 2008. Global pattern of NPP/GPP ratio derived from MODIS data: effects of ecosystem types, locations and climate. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/j.1466-8238.2008.00442.x.
2.Xu, M., Chang, C-P, Fu, C., Qi, Y., Robock, A., Robinson, D., and Zhang, H-M. 2006. Steady Decline of East Asian Monsoon Winds, 1969 - 2000: Evidence from Direct Ground Measurements of Wind Speed, Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, D24111, doi:10.1029/2006JD007337.
3.Xu, M., and Y. Qi. 2001. Soil surface CO2 efflux and its variation in a young ponderosa pine plantation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California. Global Change Biology 7: 667-677.
4.Xu, M., and Y. Qi. 2001. Spatial and seasonal variations of Q10 determined by soil respiration measurements at a Sierra Nevadan forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15: 687-696.
5.Xu, M., Qi, Y. and P. Gong. 2000. China's new forest policy. Science 289: 2049-2050.
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