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Name  
FU Bojie
Title  
  Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D
Office  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Phone  
  0086-10-62923557
Zip Code  
  100085
Fax  
  0086-010-62923557
Email  
  bfu@rcees.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

  Biography & Introduction 

  1994-present, Professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  1992-1994, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Institute for Land and Water Management, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium,

  1991-1992, Associate Professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  1989-1990, Assistant Professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  PhD. (1989) Landscape Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Split PhD Programme in Peking University (Beijing, China) and University of Stirling (Stirling, UK)

  MSc. (1984) Physical Geography, Shaanxi Normal University (Xi’an, China) 

  BSc. (1982) Geography, Shaanxi Normal University (Xi’an, China)

  Dr. Bojie Fu’s major research interests are Landscape pattern and ecological processes, Land use change and environmental effects, Ecosystem services and assessment. Dr. Fu is an executive board member of International Association for Ecology (INTECOL), and Vice President of International Association of Landscape Ecology, Vice Chairman of SCOPE China, Vice Chairman of Scientific Committee of Chinese Ecosystem Research Network(CERN) and Vice President of the Chinese Society of Geography. He was invited as editorial board member of international journals of ‘Landscape Ecology”, “Soil Use Management”, “Landscape and Urban Planning” and “Sustainability Science”. He has published more than 290 scientific papers and 7 books, about 90 papers published in the international journals. 


Research Interest:

Landscape Ecology

Public Services:

Honors:

  National Sciences & Technology Advanced Prize (Second Class, 2012) 

  Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for Developing World(2012) 

  Award of Distinguished Service, International Association for Landscape Ecology (2011) 

  The Sciences & Technology Advanced Prize(First Class), Ministry of Environmental Protection (2009) 

  National Natural Sciences Prize (Second Class, 2005) 

  Award for Young Scientist, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS 2001) 

  The Sciences & Technology Advanced Prize (Second Class), Ministry of Land Resources (1998) 

  "National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars" (NSFC, 1997) 

  Award for Young Geographer, Chinese Society of Geography (1991) 

Selected Publications:

1. Fu Bojie. 2008. Blue Skies for China. Science, 321: 611.

2. Fu Bojie, Lü Yihe, Chen Liding. 2008. Expanding the bridging capability of landscape ecology. Landscape Ecology, 23(4):375-376.

3. Fu Bojie, Zhuang Xuliang, Jiang Guibing, Shi Jianbo, Lu Yihe. 2007, Environmental Problems and challenges in China. Environmental Science & Technology, 42: 7597-7602.

4. Fu Bojie, Hu C.X., Chen L.D., Honnay, O., and Gulinck, H. 2006. Evaluating Change in agricultural landscape pattern between 1980 and 2000 in the loess hilly region of Ansai county, China. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 114: 387-396.

5. Fu Bojie, Zhang Q.J., Chen L.D., Zhao, W.W., Gulinck, H., Liu, G.B., Yang, Q.K., and Zhu, Y.G. 2006. Temporal change in land use and its relationship to slope degree and soil type in a small catchment on the Loess Plateau of China. Catena, 65: 41-48.

6. Fu Bojie, Zhao W.W., Chen L.D., Lu, Y.H., and Wang, D. 2006. A multiscale soil loss evaluation index. Chinese Science Bulletin, 51: 4448-4456.

7. Fu Bojie, Zhao, W.W., Chen, L.D., Zhang,Q.J., Lu, Y.H., Gulinck, H., Poesen, J.,  2005. Assessment of soil erosion at large watershed scale using RUSLE and GIS: a case study in the Loess plateau of China. Land Degradation and Development, 16(1): 73-85.

8. Fu Bojie, Zhao, W.W., Chen, L.D.,Liu Z.F, Lu Y.H. 2005. Eco-hydrological effects of landscape pattern change. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 1(1): 25-32.

9. Fu Bojie, Meng Qinghua, Qiu Yang, Zhao Wenwu, Zhang Qiuju and D.A.Davidson. 2004. Effect of land use on soil erosion and nitrogen loss in the hilly area of the Loess Plateau, China. Land Degradation and Development, 15:87-96.

10. Fu Bojie, Wang Jun, Chen Liding & Qiu Yang. 2003. The effect of Land use on soil moisture variation in the Danangou Catchment,the Loess Plateau of China. Catena ,54(1-2):197-214.

11.Fu Bojie, Yang Zhijian, Wang Yanglin & Zhang Pingwen, 2001. A mathematical model of soil moisture spatial distribution on the hill slopes of the Loess Plateau, SCIENCE IN CHINA(D), 44(5):395-402

12.Fu Bojie, Chen Liding, Ma Keming , Zhou Huafeng, Wang Jun, 2000, The relationships between land use and soil conditions in the hilly area of the loess plateau in northern Shaanxi, China, Catena, 39:69-78.

13.Fu Bojie , Chen Liding, 2000, Agricultural landscape spatial pattern analysis in the semiarid hill area of loess plateau, China. Journal of Arid Environments. 44:291-303


Supported Projects:

  Trade off and Integration of Ecosystem services, Key project of NSF China (2013-2017) 

  Ecosystem Processes and Services, Project of CAS (2009-2013) 

  China’s Ecosystem services and Ecological security, Key project of National basic research Programme of MOST (2009-2013) 

  Land use pattern and ecological processes. (2004-2009), Key project of NSF China. 

  Landscape pattern change and soil erosion in the Loess hilly area, Key project of NSF China (2002-2004) 

  China’s Ecosystem Assessment, Key project of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2000-2003) 

  A participatory approach for soil and water conservation planning, integrating soil erosion modeling and land evaluation, to improve the sustainability of land use on the Loess Plateau in Northern China, INCO-DC Project of European Commission (1998-2000) 

  The effect of landscape spatial pattern on soil erosion and element transportation, supported by NSF China (1996-1998) 

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