戴强 职 务: 职 称:副研究员 学 历:博士研究生
电 话:028-85233060 传 真: 通讯地址:四川省成都市人民南路四段9号
邮政编码:610041 电子邮件:daiqiang@cib.ac.cn

个人简历

      教育经历:

      2006.9-2010.6 中国科学院成都生物所 动物学 博士学位

      1997.9-2000.6 北京师范大学生物系 动物学 硕士学位

      1992.9-1997.6 北京师范大学生物系 生物化学 学士学位

      工作经历:

      2006.9-今 中国科学院成都生物所 副研究员

      2010.6-2011.6 University of British Columbia (加拿大) 公派访问学者

      2003.6-2006.8 中国科学院成都生物所 助理研究员

研究方向

      一、生物学研究

      二、路域生态学研究

      三、种群遗传学模型研究

社会任职及荣誉(含获奖)

      1. 四川省科技进步一等奖(2017):张泽均、齐敦武、戴强、杨志松等。 野生大熊猫栖息地研究与种群复壮技术

      2. 四川省科技进步二等奖(2015): 杨旭煜, 张泽均, 古晓东, 冉江洪, 戴强, 张文, 杨彪, 仇剑, 杨志松, 齐敦武. 四川野生大熊猫保护研究与应用.

承担科研项目情况

      1. 中国科学院战略性先导科技专项(B)物种的适应策略与响应机制,200万元. 子课题负责人。

      2. 四川省九寨沟(甘川界)至绵阳公路大熊猫等动物通道可行性研究,四川绵九高速公路有限责任公司,46万元,2018-2023,项目负责人。

      3. 小相岭山系大熊猫保护价值评估。2018-2019,四川省林业厅,19.5万元,课题主持人。

      4. 国家自然科学基金面上项目 濒危物种局域种群划分技术与应用——以大熊猫为例。2018-2021,国家自然科学基金委,直接经费60万元. 课题主持人。

      5. 国家重点研发计划重点专项 “珍稀动物濒危机制及保护技术研究,2016-2020年,科技部,30万元,子课题负责人。

      6. 若尔盖湿地生态状况科研监测,2014-2017年,若尔盖湿地国家级自然保护区,112万,课题主持人。

      7. 四川省大熊猫栖息地大型干扰状况调查,2013-2014年,省林业厅,30万,课题主持人。

代表论著

      1. He, K., Q. Dai (共同第一), X. Gu, Z. Zhang, J. Zhou, D. Qi, X. Gu, X. Yang, W. Zhang, B. Yang, and Z. Yang. 2019. Effects of roads on giant panda distribution: a mountain range scale evaluation. Scientific Reports 9:1110.

      2. He, K., Q. Dai, A. Foss-Grant, E. Gurarie, W. F. Fagan, M. A. Lewis, J. Qing, F. Huang, X. Yang, X. Gu, Y. Huang, H. Zhang, D. Li, X. Zhou, and Z. Yang. 2019. Movement and activity of reintroduced giant pandas. Ursus 29:163-174, 112.

      3. He, L., Q. Dai*, Z. Yang*, K. He, J. Qing, F. Huang, X. Gu*, X. Yang, Y. Huang, D. Li, H. Zhang, and X. Zhou. 2019. Assessing the health status of released, captive-bred giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) through activity patterns. Folia Zoologica 68:72-78, 77.

      4. Zhu, H., B. Yang, K. He, J. Qing, Z. Zhang, K. Zhang, B. Tang, Z. Yang*, Q. Dai*, X. Gu, X. Yang, Y. Huang, D. Li, and H. Zhang. 2019. Habitat utilization and release-site fidelity of translocated captive-bred giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca). Folia Zoologica 68:86-94, 89.

      5. Ameca, E. I., Q. Dai, Y. Nie, X. Gu, and F. Wei*. 2019. Implications of flood disturbance for conservation and management of giant panda habitat in human-modified landscapes. Biological Conservation 232:35-42.

      6. Wang L., J. Ding, Z. Yang, H. Chen, R. Yao, Q. Dai, Y. Ding, L. Zhu. 2018. Père David’s deer gut microbiome changes across captive and translocated populations: Implications for conservation. Evolutionary Applications. 0(0): 1752-4571. doi:10.1111/eva.12743.

      7. He, K., J. Qing, Z. Zhang, B. Yang, K. Zhang, F. Huang, Z. Yang*, Q. Dai*, X. Gu, X. Yang, Y. Huang, D. Li and H. Zhang. 2018. Assessing the reproductive status of a breeding, translocated female giant panda using data from GPS collar. Folia Zoologica, 67(1):54-60.

      8. Li, S., W. Meng, D. Liu, Q. Yang, Li. Chen, Q. Dai, T.n Ma, R. Gao, W. Ru, Y. Li, P. Yu, J. Lu, G. Zhang, H. Tian, H. Chai, Y. Li. 2018. Migratory whooper swans Cygnus cygnus transmit H5N1 virus between China and mongolia: combination evidence from satellite tracking and phylogenetics analysis. Scientific Reports, 8: 7049. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-25291-1.

      9. Wei, F., R. Costanza, Q. Dai, N. Stoeckl, X. Gu, S. Farber, Y. Nie, I. Kubiszewski, Y. Hu, R. Swaisgood, X. Yang, M. Bruford, Y. Chen, A. Voinov, D. Qi, M. Owen, L. Yan, D. C. Kenny, Z. Zhang, R. Hou, S. Jiang, H. Liu, X. Zhan, L. Zhang, B. Yang, L. Zhao, X. Zheng, W. Zhou, Y. Wen, H. Gao, and W. Zhang. 2018. The Value of Ecosystem Services from Giant Panda Reserves. Current Biology, 28:2174-2180 e2177.

      10. Wei, W., R. R. Swaisgood, Q. Dai(共同第一), Z. Yang, S. Yuan, M. A. Owen, N. W. Pilfold, X. Yang, X. Gu, H. Zhou, H. Han, J. Zhang, M. Hong, and Z. Zhang 2018. Giant panda distributional and habitat-use shifts in a changing landscape. Conservation Letters: e12575. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12575.

      11. Yang, Z, X Gu, Y Nie, F Huang, Y Huang, Q. Dai, Y Hu, Y Yang, X Zhou, H Zhang, X Yang, and F Wei, 2018. Reintroduction of the giant panda into the wild: A good start suggests a bright future. Biological Conservation. 217:181-186.

      12. Li. Y, Q. Dai (共同第一), R Hou, Z Zhang, P Chen, R Xue, F Feng, C Chen, J Liu, X Gu, Z Zhang*, D Qi*. 2018. Giant pandas can discriminate the emotions of human facial pictures. Scientific Reports, 7: 8437.

      13. Qing, J, Z. S. Yang*, K. He, Z. J. Zhang*, X. D. Gu, X. Y. Yang, W. Zhang, B. Yang, D. W. Qi, and Q. Dai*. 2016. The minimum area requirements (MAR) for giant panda: an empirical study. Scientific Reports, 6:37715.

      14. Liu, G, T. Guan, Q Dai, H Li, and M. Gong. 2016. Impacts of temperature on giant panda habitat in the north Minshan Mountains. Ecology and Evolution. 2016 6(4): 987–996.

      15. Qi, G., Y. Hu, J. R. Owens, Q. Dai, R. Hou, Z. Yang, and D. Qi. 2015. Habitat suitability for chiru (Pantholops hodgsonii): Implications for conservation management across the Tibetan region of Chang Tang. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 79(3): 384–392..

      16. Dai, Q.*, X. Zhan, B. Lu, J. Fu, Q. Wang, and D. Qi. 2014. Spatial genetic structure patterns of phenotype-limited and boundary-limited expanding populations: a simulation study. PLoS ONE 9: e85778.

      17. Timothée L. P., Q Dai, L Zhang, X Gao, H Sauquet. 2014. Diversification of Dombeyoideae (Malvaceae) in the Mascarenes: old taxa on young islands? International Journal of Plant Science. 176(2): 211-221. 2015.

      18. Chen G., J. Liu, Q. Dai, J. Jiang. 2014. Body surface area prediction in Odorrana grahami. Asian Herpetological Research. 5(1): 54–59. 2014.

      19. Lu, B., W. Yang, Q. Dai, J. Fu 2013. Using Genes as Characters and a Parsimony Analysis to Explore the Phylogenetic Position of Turtles. PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0079348

      20. Dai, Q*. and J. Fu, 2011. When central populations exhibit more genetic diversity than peripheral populations: A simulation study. Chinese Science Bulletin, 56(24) 2531-2540.

      21. Dai, Q*. and Y. Wang, 2011. Effect of road on the distribution of amphibians in wetland area – Test with model-averaged prediction. Polish Journal of Ecology, 59(4):813-821

      22. Gu, H., Q. Dai*, Q. Wang, Y. Wang, 2011. Factors contributing to amphibian road mortality in the Zoige Wetland. Current Zoology. 57(6): 768 - 774

      23. Huang, Y., Q. Dai, Y. Chen, H. Wan, J. Li, Y. Wang, 2011. Lizard species richness patterns in China and its environmental associations. Biodiversity and Conservation, 20(7), 1399-1414.

      24. Zhao, S., Q. Dai, J. Fu, 2009. Do rivers function as genetic barriers for the plateau wood frog at high elevations? Journal of Zoology, 279(3): 270-276.