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Name:
LI Su
Education:
Ph.D
Positions:
 
Academic title:
Associate Professor
Postal Code:
650223
Subject categories:
Ecology
Mailing Address:
88 Xuefu Road, Kunming, 650223, Yunnan, China
E-mail:
lis@xtbg.ac.cn

Resume:
 

Education:

2008.07-2013.07: Ph.D. in Ecology, Xishuangbanna Tropical Garden, Chinese Academy of Science.

2005.07-2008.07: M.Sc. in Ecology, Xishuangbanna Tropical Garden, Chinese Academy of Science.

2001.09-2005.07: B.Sc. in Biology, Lanzhou University.

 

Professional experience:

2016.01-: Associate Professor in Restoration Ecology Group, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

2013.07-2015.12: Assistant researcher in Restoration Ecology Group, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

 

Research interests:

Diversity, biomass, functional traits and ecophysiology of lichen species and epiphytes

The responses of epiphytes to environmental change

Functional roles of epiphytes in forest succession and ecosystem restoration

 

Articles:

Li, S., Liu, W.Y.*, Li, D.W., Song, L., Shi, X.M., Lu, H.Z., 2015. Species richness and vertical stratification of epiphytic lichens in subtropical primary and secondary forests in southwest China. Fungal Ecology 17, 30-40.

Li, S., Liu, W.Y.*, Li, D.W., Li, Z.X., Song, L., Chen, K., Fu, Y., 2014. Slower rates of litter decomposition of dominant epiphytes in the canopy than on the forest floor in a subtropical montane forest, southwest China. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 70, 211-220.

Li, S., Liu, W.Y.*, Li, D.W., 2013. Epiphytic lichens in subtropical forest ecosystems in southwest China: species diversity and implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 159, 88-95.

Li, S., Liu, W.Y.*, Li, D.W., 2013. Bole epiphytic lichens as potential indicators of environmental change in subtropical forest ecosystems in southwest China. Ecological Indicators 29, 93-104.

    Li, S., Liu, W.Y.*, Wang, L.S., Ma, W.Z., Song, L., 2011. Biomass, diversity and composition of epiphytic macrolichens in primary and secondary forests in the subtropical Ailao Mountains, southwest China. Forest Ecology and Management 261, 1760-1770.

 

 

Direction:
  Restoration ecology, global change biology, forest ecology

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