Chang Ruiying Chang Ruiying

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Name: Chang Ruiying

E-mail:changruiying@imde.ac.cn

Work Unit: Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment (IMHE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China

 

Research Interest:

soil carbon and global change; biogeochemistry

Education:

2001.9~2005.6  Bachelor of Ecology from Inner Mongolia University 

2005.9~2008.6  Master of Ecology from Beijng Normal University

2008.9~2012.7  Doctor of Philosophy Degree (PhD) of Ecology from Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Work Experience:

2012.7  Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment (IMHE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China

Major publications

1.Chang Ruiying, Jin Tiantian, Liu Guohua, Fu Bojie (2014). Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Changes following Afforestation of Marginal Cropland across a Precipitation Gradient in Loess Plateau of China. PloS one. 9 (1), e85426

2.Lu, Nan., Liski, J., Chang, Ruiying, Akujärvi, A., Wu, Xin., Jin, Tiantian, Wang, Yafeng, and Fu, Bojie (2013). Soil organic carbon dynamics of black locust plantations in the middle Loess Plateau area of China, Biogeosciences. 10:7053-7063

3.Chang Ruiying, Fu Bojie, Liu Guohua, Yao Xueling, Wang Shuai (2012). Effects of soil physicochemical properties and stand age on fine root biomass and vertical distribution of plantation forests in the Loess Plateau of China. Ecological Research. 27:827-836.

4.Chang Ruiying, Fu Bojie, Liu Guohua, Wang Shuai, Yao Xueling (2012). The effects of afforestation on soil organic and inorganic carbon:A case study of the Loess Plateau of China. Catena. 95: 145-152.

5.Yao Xueling, Fu Bojie, Lü Yihe, Chang Ruiying, Wang Shuai, Wang Yafeng, Su Changhong (2012). The multi-scale spatial variance of soil moisture in the semi-arid Loess Plateau of China. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 12: 694-703.

6.Lü Yihe, Fu Bojie, Feng Xiaoming, Zeng Yuan, Yu Liu, Chang Ruiying, Sun Ge, Wu Bingfang (2012). A Policy-Driven Large Scale Ecological Restoration: Quantifying Ecosystem Services Changes in the Loess Plateau of China. PLoS ONE 7(2): e31782. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031782.

7.Chang Ruiying, Fu Bojie, Liu Guohua, Liu Shuguang (2011). Soil carbon sequestration potential for ‘Grain for Green’ project in Loess Plateau, China. Environmental Management. 48(6): 1158-1172.

8.Chang Ruiying, Liu Guohua, Fu Bojie (2010). Review on the methods for soil carbon sequestration at regional scale. Geographical Research, 2010, 29(9): 1616-1628. (in Chinese with English abstract)

9.Chang Ruiying, Tang Haiping (2008). Sensitivity analysis on methods of estimating carbon sequestration in grassland ecosystem of Inner Mongolia,China. Journal of Plant Ecology. 32 (4), 810-814. (in Chinese with English abstract)

10.Yan Yuchun, Tang Haiping, Chang Ruiying, Liu Liang (2008). Studyon the difference of vegetation and soilin typical Steppe communities under different fenced time. Journal of Arid Land Resources and Environment. 22 (2), 145-151. (in Chinese with English abstract)

11.Yan Yuchun, Tang Haiping, Chang Ruiying, Liu Liang (2008). Variation of below-ground carbon sequestration under long term cultivation and grazing in the typical steppe of Nei Monggol in North China. Chinese Journal of Environmental Science. 29 (5), 1388-1393. (in Chinese with English abstract)

12.Chang Ruiying, Tang Haiping (2007). The models of land opportunity cost for CO2 pricing in carbon trading: a case study in North China's grassland. Resources Science. 29 (3), 17-24. (in Chinese with English abstract)