SE: GAO Yong-heng SE: GAO Yong-heng

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SE: GAO Yong-heng


Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Research Interests

—Response of grassland ecosystem to global change

—Soil organic carbon and nitrogen cycles

—Primary production and nutrient fluxes in alpine ecosystems

The specific areas where he can assist in reviewing or editing manuscripts

—Grassland ecology, Carbon and nitrogen cycles in grassland and wetland ecosystems

Work Experience

2019.01-present: Professor at Chengdu Institute of Biology, CAS

2014.12-2015.12 Research fellow at Colorado State University

2013.12-2014.11 Postdoc at University of Quebec at Montreal

2012.12-2013.11 Visiting scholar at University of Quebec at Montreal

2010.12-2018.12 Associate professor at Institute of Mountain hazard and Environment, CAS

2007.07-2010.11 Assistant professor at Institute of Mountain hazard and Environment, CAS

Major Publications

Gao YH, Cooper DJ, Zeng XY. 2018. Nitrogen, not phosphorus, enrichment controls biomass production in alpine wetlands on the Tibetan Plateau, China. Ecological Engineering, 116: 31–34.

Gao YH, Cooper DJ, Ma XX. 2016. Phosphorus additions have no impact on plant biomass or soil nitrogen in an alpine meadow on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China. Applied Soil Ecology, 106: 18–23.

Gao YH, Ma XX, Cooper DJ. 2016. Short-term effect of nitrogen addition on nitric oxide emissions from an alpine meadow in the Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23: 12474–12479.

Gao YH, Zeng XY, Xie QY, Ma XX. 2015. Release of carbon and nitrogen from alpine soils during thawing periods in the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 226: 209.

Gao YH, Chen H, Zeng XY. 2014. Effects of nitrogen and sulfur deposition on CH4 and N2O fluxes in high-altitude peatland soil under different water tables in the Tibetan Plateau. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 60: 404–410.

Gao YH, Zeng XY, Schumann M, Chen H. 2011. Effectiveness of exclosures to restore degraded alpine meadow as a result of overgrazing on the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Arid Land Research and Management, 25:167–175.