Chinese | CAS
LEI Yanbao
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Highest   Education:Ph. D
Email: leiyb@cib.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

Sep, 1997-Jul, 2001, Qufu Normal University, Bachelor degree

Sep, 2001-Jul, 2004, Sun YAT-SEN University, Master degree
Sep, 2004-Jul, 2007, Graduate University of CAS, Ph. D degree
Jul, 2007-Oct, 2012, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, CAS, Assistant Professor
Oct, 2012-May, 2020, Chengdu Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Associate Professor
Jun, 2013-Jun, 2015, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, JSPS post doctor
May, 2020-Present, Chengdu Institute of Biology, CAS, Associate Professor
 

Research Interest

 Ecosystem Ecology, Global Change Ecology

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Seleted Publication

[1] Jiang YL#, Lei YB#, Yang Y, Korpelainen H, Niinemets ü, Li CY*. Divergent assemblage patterns and driving forces for bacterial and fungal communities along a glacier forefield chronosequence. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2018, 118: 207-216

[2] Hu CC#, Lei YB#, Tan YH, Sun XC, Xu H, Liu CQ, Liu XY*. Plant nitrogen and phosphorus utilization under invasive pressure in a montane ecosystem of tropical China. Journal of Ecology, 2019, 107: 372-386
[3] Jiang YL, Song MY, Zhang S, Cai ZQ, Lei YB*.Unravelling community assemblages through multi-element stoichiometry in plant leaves and roots across primary successional stages in a glacier retreat area. Plant Soil, 2018, 428: 291-305
[4] Lei YB, Jiang YL, Chen K, Duan BL, Zhang S, Korpelainen H, Niinemets ü, Li CY*. Reproductive investments driven by sex and altitude in sympatric Populus and Salix trees. Tree Physiology, 2017, 37: 1503-1514
[5] Sun G*, Zhu-Barker X, Chen DM, Liu L, Zhang NN, Shi CG, He LP, Lei YB*. Responses of root exudation and nutrient cycling to grazing intensities and recovery practices in an alpine meadow: An implication for pasture management. Plant Soil, 2017, 416: 515-525
[6] Sun G*, Wang ZY, Zhu-Baker X, Zhang NN, Wu N, Liu L, Lei YB*. Biotic and abiotic controls in determining exceedingly variable responses of ecosystem functions to extreme seasonal precipitation in a mesophytic alpine grassland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2016, 228: 180-190
[7] Lei YB, Zhou J, Xiao HF, Duan BL, Wu YH, Korpelainen H, Li CY*. Soil nematode assemblages as bioindicators of primary succession along a 120-year-old chronosequence on the Hailuogou Glacier forefield, SW China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2015, 88: 362-371
 

 

 

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