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Name  
Mo Jiangming
Post  
   Deputy director of Dinghushan National Nature Reserve, China.
Highest Education  
   Postgraduate,Ph.D
Office  
   Xingke Road #723, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510650, China
Phone  
   0758-2621187
Zip Code  
   510650
Fax  
   0758-2623242
Email  
   mojm@scib.ac.cn
Education and Appointments:

Dr. Jiangming Mo has more than 25 years of experience on global change ecology, ecosystem management and restoration ecology, especially on litter decomposition, nigrogen deposition, nitrogen mineralization, nutrient (N and C) cycle, C sequestrations, nitrogen pollution and human impacts on tropical forest ecosystems. He is one of the earliest researchers who have studied the responses of forest ecosystems to N deposition in tropical forests of the world and in the forests of China.

Currently, his major interests are understanding the effects of nitrogen deposition on forest ecosystems, including the effects of N deposition on the followings: a) N deposition, nitrogen pollution, cycling and retention; b) productivity, C cycling and C sequestrations; c) biodiversity and exotic species invasion; d) fluxes of greenhouse gases; e) physio-ecological processes and f) coupling effect of C, N and P.

Dr. Jiangming Mo has published more than 100 scientific papers. Totally about 13 students have got their Ph.D. or MS degree under his advisement.

Education

(1) 1984:   Bachelor, majoring in forestry, South China Agricultural University, China

(2) 1991: Master, in ecosystem ecology, Forestry Department, University of Illinois, USA. Nutrient dynamics of a human impacted pine forest in a MAB reserve of subtropical China. (In English), which was published in Biotropica, 1995, 27(3):290-304.           

(3) 2004:  Ph. D. in restoration ecology, South China Institute of Botany, CAS, China. The degradation mechanism and restoration ecological processes of pine forest ecosystem in Dinghushan Biosphere Reserve of subtropical China (In Chinese with English abstract)

Employments

2002-present: Professor (P.I.), South China Botanical Garden (South China Institute of Botany), CAS

1996-present: Deputy director of Dinghushan National Nature Reserve, China.

1995-2002: Associate professor, South China Institute of Botany, CAS

1991-1994: Research associate, Forestry Department, University of Illinois, USA.

1991-1995: Assistant professor, South China Institute of Botany, CAS

1984-1991: Research assistant, South China Institute of Botany, CAS

 

Qualifications and activities

2007-2010  member of editorial advisory board for “Global Change Biology”


Research Interest:
Global change ecology; Restoration ecology; Forest ecosystem ecology.
 
Major interests are understanding the effects of nitrogen deposition on forest ecosystems, including the effects of N deposition on the followings: a) N deposition, nitrogen pollution, cycling and retention; b) productivity, C cycling and C sequestrations; c) biodiversity and exotic species invasion; d) fluxes of greenhouse gases; e) physio-ecological processes and f) coupling effect of C, N and P.
Public Services:
2008-2010: Member of editorial advisory board for “Global Change Biology”; 2011-present: Member of editorial advisory board for “Journal of Environmental Protection”

Honors:
(1)Honoured as the Second Prize for the National Nature Science Achievement Award of China in 2008 (The fourth conributor);
 
(2)Honoured as  the First Prize of the Nature Science Achievement Award of Guangdong Province in 2006 (The fourth conributor).
Selected Publication:

Major publications (selected from more than 100 publications, * Corresponding author)

1         Xiankai Lu, Jiangming Mo*, Frank S. Gilliam, Guoyi Zhou, Yunting Fang. Effects of experimental nitrogen additions on plant diversity in an old-growth tropical forest. Global Change Biology, 2010, 16, 2688–2700, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02174.x.

2         Xiankai Lu, Jiangming Mo*, Frank S. Gilliam, Guirui Yu, Wei Zhang, Yunting Fang, Juan Huang. Effects of experimental nitrogen additions on plant diversity in tropical forests of contrasting disturbance regimes in Southern China. Environmental Pollution, 2011,159 (10): 2228-2235

3         Xuejun Liu, Lei Duan, Jiangming Mo,(parallel first authors), Enzai Du, Jianlin Shen, Ying Zhang, Xiaobing Zhou, Chune He, Fusuo Zhang. Nitrogen deposition and its ecological impact in China: An overview. Environmental Pollution, 2011, 159 (10): 2251-2264

4         Zhang, T., Zhu, W., Mo, J*., Liu, L., and Dong, S. 2011. Increased phosphorus availability mitigates the inhibition of nitrogen deposition on CH4 uptake in an old-growth tropical forest, southern China, Biogeosciences, 8: 2805-2813. (IF2010=3.587)

5         Lei Liu, Per Gundersen, Tao Zhang, Jiangming Mo*. 2012. Effects of phosphorus addition on soil microbial biomass and community composition in three forest types in tropical China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 44:31-38. (IF2010=3.242)

6         Jiangming Mo, Wei Zhang, Weixing Zhu, Per Gundersen, Yunting Fang, Dejun Li, Hui Wang. Nitrogen addition reduces soil respiration in a mature tropical forest in southern China. Global Change Biology, 2008, 14: 403–412, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01503.x

7         Jiangming Mo, Wei Zhang, Weixing Zhu, Yunting Fang, Dejun Li, Ping Zhao. 2007. Response of soil respiration to simulated N deposition in a disturbed and a rehabilitated tropical forest in southern China. Plant and Soil, 296 (1): 125-135.

8         Jiangming Mo, Sandra Brown, Jinghua Xue, Yunting Fang, Zhian Li. 2006. Response of litter decomposition to simulated N deposition in disturbed, rehabilitated and mature forests of subtropical China. Plant and Soil, 282: 135-151.

9         Jiangming Mo, Sandra Brown, Shaolin Peng, and Guohui Kong. 2003. Nitrogen availability in Disturbed, Rehabilitated and Mature Forests of Tropical China. Forest Ecology and Management, 175(3): 573-583.

10     Jiangming Mo, Hua Fang, Weixing Zhu, Guoyi Zhou, Xiankai Lu, Yunting Fang. 2008. Decomposition of pine (Pinus massoniana) needles with two different nutrient-status responses to N deposition in a tropical pine plantation in southern China. Annals of Forest Science, 65 (2008) 405. DOI: 10.1051/forest:2008017.

11     Jiangming Mo, Sandra Brown, Jinghua Xue, Yunting Fang, Zhian Li, Dejun Li, Shaofeng Dong. 2007. Response of nutrient dynamics of decomposing pine (Pinus massoniana) needles to simulated N deposition in a disturbed and a rehabilitated forest in tropical China. Ecological Research, 22 (4): 649-658.

12     Jiangming Mo, Dejun Li, Per Gundersen. 2008. Seedling growth response of two tropical tree species to nitrogen deposition in southern China. European Journal of Forest Research. DOI: 10.1007/s10342-008-0203-0.

13     Jiangming Mo, Sandra Brown, Shaolin Peng, Guohui Kong, Yunting Fang. 2005. Effects of human-impacts on fine roots and soil organic matter of a pine forest in subtropical China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 25(3): 491-499.

14     Wei Zhang, Jiangming Mo*, Guoyi Zhou, Per Gundersen, Yunting Fang, Xiankai Lu, Tao Zhang, Shaofeng Dong. Methane uptake responses to nitrogen deposition in three tropical forests in southern China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 2008, 113, D11116, doi:10.1029/2007JD009195. Corresponding author

15     Wei Zhang, Jiangming Mo*, Guirui Yu, Yunting Fang, Dejun Li, Xiankai Lu, Hui Wang. Emissions of nitrous oxide from three tropical forests in southern China in response to simulated nitrogen deposition. Plant and Soil, 2008, 306: 221-236. DOI 10.1007/s11104-008-9575-7. Corresponding author

16     Hui Wang, Shirong Liu, Jiangming Mo, Tao Zhang. Soil-atmosphere exchange of greenhouse gases in subtropical plantations of indigenous tree species. Plant Soil, 2010, 335:213–227, DOI 10.1007/s11104-010-0408-0.

17     Hui Wang, Shirong Liu, Jiangming Mo. Correlation between leaf litter a among subtropical tree species. Plant Soil, 2010, 335:289–298, DOI 10.1007/s11104-010-0415-1.

18     Hui Wang, Shirong Liu, Jiangming Mo, Jing-Xin Wang , Franz  Makeschin , Maria  Wolff. Soil organic carbon stock and chemical composition in four plantations of indigenous tree species in subtropical China. Ecological Research (Ecol Res) 2010, 25: 1071–1079, DOI 10.1007/s11284-010-0730-2.

19     Hua Fang, Jiangming Mo*, Shaolin Peng, Zhian Li, Hui Wang. 2007. Cumulative effects of nitrogen additions on litter decomposition in three tropical forests in southern China. Plant and Soil, 297(1): 233-242. Corresponding author

20     Guoyi Zhou, Shuguang Liu, Zhian Li, Deqiang Zhang, Xuli Tang, Chuanyan Zhou, Junhua Yan, Jiangming Mo. 2006. Old-Growth Forests Can Accumulate Carbon in Soils. Science, 314: 1417.

21     Yunting Fang, Muneoki Yoh, Jiangming Mo*, Per Gundersen, Guoyi Zhou. Response of nitrogen leaching to simulated nitrogen deposition in a disturbed and a mature forest in southern China. Pedosphere, 2009, 19 (1): 111-120. Corresponding author

22     Xiankai Lu, Jiangming Mo*, Gundersern Per, Weixing Zhu, Guoyi Zhou, Dejun Li, Xu Zhang. Effects of simulated N deposition on soil exchangeable cations in three forest land-use types in subtropical China. Pedosphere, 2009, 19 (2): 189-198. Corresponding author

23     Yunting Fang, Weixing Zhu, Per Gundersen, Jiangming Mo, Guoyi Zhou, Muneoki Yoh Large loss of dissolved organic nitrogen from nitrogen -saturated forests in subtropical China. Ecosystems, 2009, 12:33-45. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-008-9203-7.

24     Yunting Fang, Per Gundersen, Jiangming Mo, Weixing Zhu. Nitrogen leaching response to increased nitrogen inputs in subtropical monsoon forests in southern China. Forest Ecology and Management, 2009, 257:332-342. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2008.09.004.

25     Yunting Fang, Per Gundersen, Wei Zhang, Jesper Riis Christiansen, Jiangming Mo, Shaofeng Dong, and Tao Zhang. Soil-atmosphere exchange of N2O, CO2 and CH4 along a slope of an evergreen broad-leaved forest in southern China. Plant and Soil, 2009, DOI 10.1007/s11104-008-9847-2, in press.

26     Hui Wang, Jiangming Mo*, Xiankai Lu, Jinghua Xue, Jiong Li, Yunting Fang. Effects of elevated nitrogen deposition on soil microbial biomass carbon in major subtropical forests of southern China. Front. For. China (Frontiers of Forestry in China), 2009, 4(1): 21–27. DOI 10.1007/s11461-009-0013-7. Corresponding author

27     Yunting Fang, Per Gundersen, Jiangming Mo, Weixing Zhu. 2008. Input and output of dissolved organic and inorganic nitrogen in subtropical forests of South China under high air pollution. Biogeosciences, 5: 339-352.

28     Dejun Li, Xinming Wang, Guoying Sheng, Jiangming Mo, Jiamo Fu, Soil nitric oxide emissions after nitrogen and phosphourus additions in two subtropical humid forests, Journal of Geophysical Research, 2008, 113, D16301, doi:10.1029/2007JD009375.

29     Zhang Wei, Mo Jiangming*, Fang Yunting, Lu Xiankai, Wang Hui. Effects of nitrogen deposition on the greenhouse gas fluxes from forest soils. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2008, 28(5): 2309−2319. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/)Corresponding author

30      Lu Xiankai, Mo Jiangming*, Dong Shaofeng. Effects of nitrogen deposition on forest biodiversity. Acta Ecologica Sinica. 2008, 28(11):5532-5548.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/)Corresponding author

31     Dejun Li, Xinming Wang, Jiangming Mo, Guoying Sheng, Jiamo Fu. 2007. Soil nitric oxide emissions from two subtropical humid forests in south China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 112, D23302, doi: 10.1029/2007JD008680.

32     Guoliang Xu, Jiangming Mo*, Shenglei Fu, Per Gundersen, Guoyi Zhou, Jinghua Xue. 2007. Response of soil fauna to simulated nitrogen deposition: a nursery experiment in subtropical China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 19: 603-609. Corresponding author

33     Guoyi Zhou, Lili Guan, Xiaohua Wei, Deqiang Zhang, Qianmei Zhang, Junhua Yan, Dazhi Wen, Juxiu Liu, Shuguang Liu, Zhongliang Huang, Guohui Kong, Jiangming Mo and Qingfa Yu. 2007. Litterfall production along successional and altitudinal gradients of subtropical monsoon evergreen broadleaved forests in Guangdong, China. Plant Ecology, 188(1): 77-89.

34     Zhigang Yi, Shenglei Fu, Weimin Yi, Guoyi Zhou, Jiangming Mo, Deqiang Zhang, Mingmao Ding, Xinming Wang, Lixia Zhou. 2007. Partitioning soil respiration of subtropical forests with different successional stages in south China. Forest Ecology and Management, 243: 178-186.

35     Xiao Huilin, Shaolin Peng, Jiangming Mo, Zhuoguan Chen, Jinrong Wu. 2007. Relationships between the allelopathy and nutrients content in plant and soil. Allelopathy Journal, 19(2): 297-310.

36     Guoliang Xu, Jiangming Mo*, Guoyi Zhou. 2006. Preliminary response of soil fauna to simulated N deposition in three typical subtropical forests. Pedosphere, 16(5): 596-601. Corresponding author

37     Yunting Fang, Weixing Zhu, Jiangming Mo*, Guoyi Zhou, Per Gundersen. 2006. Dynamics of soil inorganic nitrogen and their responses to nitrogen additions in three subtropical forests, South China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 18(4): 752-759. Corresponding author

38     Yanru Hao, Shaolin Peng, Jiangming Mo, Xinwei Liu, Zhuoquan Chen, Kai Zhou, Jinrong Wu. 2006. Roots of pioneer trees in the lower sub-tropical area of Dinghushan, Guangdong, China. Journal of Zhejiang University, SCIENCE B, 7(5): 377-385.

39     Zhian Li, Bi Zou, Hanping Xia, Hai Ren, Jiangming Mo, Hong Weng, Mengzhao Tu. 2005. Litterfall dynamics of an evergreen broadleaf forest and a pine forest in the subtropical region of China. Forest Science, 51(6): 608-615.

40     Schroeder, P., S., S. Brown, Jiangming Mo, Birdsey, Cieszewski. 1997. Biomass estimation for temperate broadleaf forests of the U.S. using inventory data. Forest Science, 43(3):424-434.

41     Brown, Sandra, Jiangming Mo, David T. Bell, J.K. Mcpherson. 1996. Decomposition of woody debries in western Australian forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 26(6):954-966.

42     Jiangming Mo, Sandra. Brown, M.T. Lenart, and G.H. Kong. 1995. Nutrient dynamics of a human-impacted pine forest in a MAB reserve of subtropical China. Biotropica, 27(3):290-304.

43     Brown, Sandra, M.T. Lenart, Jiangming Mo, G.H. Kong. 1995. Structure and organic matter dynamics of a human-impacted pine forest in a MAB reserve of subtropical China. Biotropica, 27(3):276-289.


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