SE: WU Jianshuang SE: WU Jianshuang

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SE: WU Jianshuang

E-mail: wujianshuang@caas.cn

Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Education

2013: Ph.D. from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, P.R. China;

2007: Bachelor degree from College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Hebei Normal University, Shijiazhuang 050024, P. R. China.

Work experience

2019.12- Professor, Group Leader, Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

2017.01-2019.12, Humboldtian Research Fellow / Guest Scientist, Theoretical Ecology, Institute of Biology, Freie Universität Berlin, 14195 Berlin, Germany.

2014.10-2016.12, Postdoc Researcher / Visiting Scholar, Functional Biodiversity, Institute of Biology, Freie Universität Berlin, 14195 Berlin, Germany.

2013.01-2014.09, Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 100101 Beijing, P. R. China.

Research Interests

Prof. Jianshuang Wu’s research investigates interactions among climate changes inprecipitation and temperature, livestock grazing management, community composition and structure, and ecosystem multi-functionality of alpine grasslands on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. His team aims to estimate the relative importance of climate, soil nutrients, and livestock disturbance on the spatiotemporal variations in community structure and ecosystem functions, such as plant species diversity, net primary productivity, biomass allocation strategy, soil respiration, functional group/trait diversity of alpine grasslands on the Tibetan Plateau. Prof. Wu and his colleagues are also interested in regional and global research on such topics in temperate prairies and alpine pastures in other places on the Earth.

Major Publications

As the first or corresponding author

[1].    Li, M., Zhang, X., Niu, B., He, Y., Wang, X., Wu, J*., 2020. Changes in plant species richness distribution in Tibetan alpine grasslands under different precipitation scenarios. Global Ecology and Conservation 21, e00848.

[2].    Wu, J*., Song, M., Ma, W., Zhang, X., Shen, Z., Tarolli, P., Wurst, S., Shi, P., Ratzmann, G., Feng, Y., Li, M., Wang, X., Tietjen, B., 2019. Plant and soil’s δ15N are regulated by climate, soil nutrients, and species diversity in alpine grasslands on the northern Tibetan Plateau. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 281, 111-123.

[3].    Wu, J.*, M. Li, S. Fiedler, W. Ma, X. Wang, B. Tietjen, and X. Zhang (2019), Impacts of grazing exclusion on productivity partitioning along regional plant diversity and climate gradients in Tibetan alpine grasslands, Journal of Environmental Management, 231,635-645.

[4].    Li, M., J. Wu*, C. Song, Y. He, B. Niu, G. Fu, P. Tarolli, B. Tietjen, and X. Zhang. 2019. Temporal Variability of Precipitation and Biomass of Alpine Grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau. Remote Sensing 11:360.

[5].    Wu, J., and G. Fu* (2018), Modelling aboveground biomass using MODIS FPAR/LAI data in alpine grasslands of the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Remote Sensing Letters, 9(2), 150-159.

[6].    Wu, J.*, Y. Feng, X. Zhang, S. Wurst, B. Tietjen, P. Tarolli, and C. Song (2017). Grazing exclusion by fencing non-linearly restored the degraded alpine grasslands on the Tibetan Plateau, Scientific Reports, 7(1), 15202.

[7].    Fu, G., and J. Wu* (2017), Validation of MODIS collection 6 FPAR/LAI in the Alpine Grassland of the northern Tibetan Plateau, Remote Sensing Letters, 8(9), 831-838.

[8].    Feng, Y., J. Wu*, J. Zhang, X. Zhang, and C. Song (2017) Identifying the Relative Contributions of Climate and Grazing to Both Direction and Magnitude of Alpine Grassland Productivity Dynamics from 1993 to 2011 on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Remote Sensing, 9(2), rs9020136.

[9].    Zhou, N., J. Wu*, Z. Shen, X. Zhang, and P. Yang (2016), Species-area relationship within and across functional groups at alpine grasslands on the northern Tibetan Plateau, China, Journal of Mountain Science, 13(2), 265-275.

[10].   Yu, C., X. Zhang, J. Zhang, S. Li, C. Song, Y. Fang, S. Wurst, and J. Wu* (2016), Grazing Exclusion to Recover Degraded Alpine Pastures Needs Scientific Assessments across the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Sustainability, 8(11), su8111162.

[11].   Wu, J.*, S. Wurst, and X. Zhang* (2016), Plant functional trait diversity regulates the nonlinear response of productivity to regional climate change in Tibetan alpine grasslands, Scientific Reports, 6, srep35649.

[12].   Li, S., and J. Wu* (2016), Community assembly and functional leaf traits mediate precipitation use efficiency of alpine grasslands along environmental gradients on the Tibetan Plateau, PeerJ, 4, e2680.

[13].   Zeng, C., J. Wu*, and X. Zhang (2015), Effects of Grazing on Above- vs. Below-Ground Biomass Allocation of Alpine Grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, PlosOne, 10(8), e0135173.

[14].   Wu, J.*, P. Yang, X. Zhang, Z. Shen, and C. Yu (2015), Spatial and climatic patterns of the relative abundance of poisonous vs. non-poisonous plants across the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187, 491.

[15].   Wu, J., X. Zhang*, Z. Shen, P. Shi, C. Yu, and B. Chen (2014), Effects of livestock exclusion and climate change on aboveground biomass accumulation in alpine pastures across the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Chinese Science Bulletin, 59(32), 4332-4340.

[16].   Wu, J., Z. Shen, P. Shi, Y. Zhou, and X. Zhang* (2014), Effects of Grazing Exclusion on Plant Functional Group Diversity Alpine Grasslands along a Precipitation Gradient on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research, 46(2), 419-429.

[17].   Wu, J., Z. Shen, and X. Zhang* (2014), Precipitation and species composition primarily determine the diversity-productivity relationship of alpine grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Alpine Botany, 124(1), 13-25.

[18].   Wu, J., X. Zhang*, Z. Shen, P. Shi, X. Xu, and X. Li (2013), Grazing-Exclusion Effects on Aboveground Biomass and Water-Use Efficiency of Alpine Grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Rangeland Ecology and Management, 66(4), 454-461.

[19].   Wu, J., Z. Shen, X. Zhang, and P. Shi* (2013), Biomass allocation patterns of alpine grassland species and functional groups along a precipitation gradient on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, Journal of Mountain Science, 10(6), 1097-1108.

[20].   Wu, J., X. Zhang*, Z. Shen, P. Shi, C. Yu, M. Song, and X. Li. 2012. Species richness and diversity of alpine grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau: Effects of grazing exclusion and growing season precipitation. Journal of Resources and Ecology 3:236-242.

As co-author

[1].    Zhao, G., M. Liu, P. Shi*, N. Zong, J. Wang, J. Wu, and X. Zhang. 2019. Spatial–Temporal Variation of ANPP and Rain-Use Efficiency Along a Precipitation Gradient on Changtang Plateau, Tibet. Remote Sensing 11:325.

[2].    Torresani, L., Wu, J., Masin, R., Penasa, M., Tarolli, P., 2019. Estimating soil degradation in montane grasslands of North-eastern Italian Alps (Italy). Heliyon 5, e01825.

[3].    Sun, Z., Wu, J., Liu, F., Shao, T., Liu, X., Chen, Y., Long, X., Rengel, Z., 2019. Quantitatively assessing the effects of climate change and human activities on ecosystem degradation and restoration in southwest China. Rangeland J 41, 335-344.

[4].    Li, L., Zhang, Y*., Wu, J., Li, S., Zhang, B., Zu, J., Zhang, H., Ding, M., Paudel, B., 2019. Increasing sensitivity of alpine grasslands to climate variability along an elevational gradient on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Sciences of the Total Environment

[5].    Cao, Y., Wu, J., Zhang, X*., Niu, B., Li, M., Zhang, Y., Wang, X., Wang, Z., 2019. Dynamic forage-livestock balance analysis in alpine grasslands on the Northern Tibetan Plateau. J Environ Manage 238, 352-359.

[6].    Zhang, Y., Y. Pan, X. Zhang*, J. Wu*, C. Yu, M. Li, and J. Wu (2018), Patterns and dynamics of the human appropriation of net primary production and its components in Tibet, Journal of Environmental Management, 210, 280-289.

[7].    Tian, Y., Yu, C*., Zha, X., Wu, J., Gao, X., Feng, C., 2018. Geographical and Botanical Variation in Concentrations of Molybdenum in Natural Pasture Plants and Surface Water and Yak Molybdenum Ingestion in North Tibet, China. Journal of Resources and Ecology 9, 545-553, 549.

[8].    Li, S.*, J. Wu, J. Gong, and S. Li (2018), Human footprint in Tibet: Assessing the spatial layout and effectiveness of nature reserves, Science of the Total Environment, 621, 18-29.

[9].    Li, L., Y. Zhang*, L. Liu*, J. Wu, Z. Wang, S. Li, H. Zhang, J. Zu, M. Ding, and B. Paudel. (2018). Spatiotemporal Patterns of Vegetation Greenness Change and Associated Climatic and Anthropogenic Drivers on the Tibetan Plateau during 2000–2015, Remote Sensing, 10, 1525.

[10].   Li, L., Y. Zhang*, L. Liu*, J. Wu, S. Li, H. Zhang, B. Zhang, M. Ding, Z. Wang, and B. Paudel (2018), Current challenges in distinguishing climatic and anthropogenic contributions to alpine grassland variation on the Tibetan Plateau, Ecology and Evolution, 8, 5949-5963.

[11].   Zhao, G., P. Shi*, J. Wu, D. Xiong, N. Zong, and X. Zhang (2017), Foliar nutrient resorption patterns of four functional plants along a precipitation gradient on the Tibetan Changtang Plateau, Ecology and Evolution, 7(18),7201-7212.

[12].   Koerner, S.E*., Smith, M.D., Burkepile, D.E., Hanan, N.P., Avolio, M.L., Collins, S.L., Knapp, A.K., Lemoine, N.P., Forrestel, E.J., Eby, S., Thompson, D.I., Aguado-Santacruz, G.A., Anderson, J.P., Anderson, T.M., Angassa, A., Bagchi, S., Bakker, E.S., Bastin, G., Baur, L.E., Beard, K.H., Beever, E.A., Bohlen, P.J., Boughton, E.H., Canestro, D., Cesa, A., Chaneton, E., Cheng, J., D’Antonio, C.M., Deleglise, C., Dembélé, F., Dorrough, J., Eldridge, D.J., Fernandez-Going, B., Fernández-Lugo, S., Fraser, L.H., Freedman, B., García-Salgado, G., Goheen, J.R., Guo, L., Husheer, S., Karembé, M., Knops, J.M.H., Kraaij, T., Kulmatiski, A., Kytöviita, M.-M., Lezama, F., Loucougaray, G., Loydi, A., Milchunas, D.G., Milton, S.J., Morgan, J.W., Moxham, C., Nehring, K.C., Olff, H., Palmer, T.M., Rebollo, S., Riginos, C., Risch, A.C., Rueda, M., Sankaran, M., Sasaki, T., Schoenecker, K.A., Schultz, N.L., Schütz, M., Schwabe, A., Siebert, F., Smit, C., Stahlheber, K.A., Storm, C., Strong, D.J., Su, J., Tiruvaimozhi, Y.V., Tyler, C., Val, J., Vandegehuchte, M.L., Veblen, K.E., Vermeire, L.T., Ward, D., Wu, J., Young, T.P., Yu, Q., Zelikova, T.J., 2018. Change in dominance determines herbivore effects on plant biodiversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2, 1925-1932.

[13].   Tian, Y., C. Yu*, X. Zha, J. Wu, X. Gao, C. Feng, and K. Luo. 2016. Distribution and Potential Health Risks of Arsenic, Selenium, and Fluorine in Natural Waters in Tibet, China. Water 8:568.

[14].   Tian, Y., C. Yu*, K. Luo*, X. Zha, J. Wu, X. Zhang, and R. Ni (2015), Hydrochemical characteristics and element contents of natural waters in Tibet, China, Journal of Geographical Sciences, 25(6), 669-686.

[15].   Xiong, D., P. Shi*, Y. Sun, J. Wu, and X. Z. Zhang. 2014. Effects of grazing exclusion on plant productivity and soil carbon, nitrogen storage in alpine meadows in northern Tibet, China. Chinese Geographical Science 24:488-498.

[16].   Chen, B., X. Zhang*, J. Tao, J. Wu, J. Wang, P. Shi, Y. Zhang, and C. Yu. 2014. The impact of climate change and anthropogenic activities on alpine grassland over the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 189:11-18.

[17].   Fu, G., Z. Shen, X. Zhang, P. Shi, Y. He, Y. Zhang, W. Sun, J. Wu, Y. Zhou, and X. Pan. 2012. Calibration of MODIS-based gross primary production over an alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 38:157-168.

[18].   Li, X., X. Zhang*, J. Wu, Z. Shen, Y. Zhang, X. Xu, Y. Fan, Y. Zhao, and W. Yan. 2011. Root biomass distribution in alpine ecosystems of the northern Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Earth Sciences 64:1911-1919.

[19].   Tian, Y., Yu, C., Zha, X., Wu, J., Gao, X., Feng, C., 2018. Geographical and Botanical Variation in Concentrations of Molybdenum in Natural Pasture Plants and Surface Water and Yak Molybdenum Ingestion in North Tibet, China. Journal of Resources and Ecology 9, 545-553, 549.

[20].   Niu, B., X. Zhang, Y. He, P. Shi, G. FU, M. Du, Y. Zhang, N. Zong, J. Zhang, and J. Wu. 2017. Satellite-Based Estimation of Gross Primary Production in an Alpine Swamp Meadow on the Tibetan Plateau: A Multi-Model Comparison. Journal of Resources and Ecology 8:57-66.

[21].   Zhao, Y. *, X. Zhang, P. Shi, J. Wang, and J. Wu. 2013. Impact of drought stress on net CO2 exchange above an alpine grassland ecosystem in the Central Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Resources and Ecology 4:327-336.

[22].   Wang, J., X. Zhang*, B. Chen, P. Shi, J. Zhang, Z. Shen, J. Jian, and J. Wu. 2013. Causes and Restoration of Degraded Alpine Grassland in Northern Tibet. Journal of Resources and Ecology 4:043-049.

[23].   Fu, G., Shen, Z., Zhang, X., Shi, P., Zhang, Y., Wu, J., 2011. Estimating air temperature of an alpine meadow on the Northern Tibetan Plateau using MODIS land surface temperature. Acta Ecologica Sinica 31, 8-13.

Poster Presentation at Conferences

[1].    Wu, J. (2018) Climate, soil, and vegetation interacted to influence plant and soil 15N in the Tibetan grasslands, Eurasian Grassland Conference 2018, Sulmona, Italy.

[2].    Wu, J. (2018) Climate, soil nutrients, and plant diversity and productivity interacted to affect the openness of ecosystem N cycling (15Nsoil) in the Tibetan grasslands, Network Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation 2018, Potsdam, Germany.

[3].    Wu, J. (2015) Spatial biodiversity patterns of alpine grasslands across the Northern Tibetan Plateau: effects of environmental variables and pasture management, Perth III, Mountains of Our Future Earth, Perth, Scotland, UK.

[4].    Wu, J. (2015) Effects of grazing exclusion on above-vs. below-ground biomass allocation in three zonal alpine grassland types on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, 12th European Dry Grassland Meeting, Mainz, Germany.

Oral Presentation at Conferences

[1].    Wu, J. (2018) Nonlinearity and patterns of the relationship between productivity partitioning and plant species diversity in alpine grasslands on the northern Tibetan Plateau. Annual Meeting of the China Society on Tibet Plateau-2018 [Linzhi, R. R. China]

[2].    Wu, J. (2018) Ecosystem response of alpine grasslands to climate change and human disturbance on the northern Tibetan Plateau. Conservation Asia 2018 [Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic]

[3].    Wu, J. (2017) Identifying the relative contributions of climate and grazing to both direction and magnitude of alpine grassland productivity dynamic from 1993 to 2011 on the Northern Tibetan Plateau. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 19, EGU2017-186 [Wien, Austria]

[4].    Wu, J. (2016) Identifying the relative contributions of climate and grazing to both direction and magnitude of alpine grassland productivity dynamic from 1993 to 2011 on the Northern Tibetan Plateau. Annual Meeting of the China Society on Tibet Plateau-2016 [Quanzhou, R. R. China].

[5].    Wu, J. (2015) Plant functional trait diversity is important for explaining the productivity-biodiversity relationship for alpine grasslands on the Tibetan Plateau. Annual Meeting of the China Society on Tibet Plateau-2015 [Kunming, P. R. China].

[6].    Wu, J. (2013) Mechanisms of spatio-temporal variations in aboveground biomass of alpine grasslands on the northern Tibetan Plateau. Annual Meeting of the China Society on Tibet Plateau-2013 [Xiamen, P. R. China].

[7].    Wu, J. (2012) Response of aboveground net primary productivity of alpine grasslands to precipitation and grazing enclosures. Annual Meeting of the China Society on Tibet Plateau-2012 [Beihai, P. R. China].

Honors

Rewards

[1].    武建双,(2019) 藏北高寒草地生态系统对气候变暖的响应机制研究,西藏自治区科学技术二等奖(排名第五)。

[2].    武建双,(2016) 藏北高寒草地生态系统变化分析与退化草地综合治理技术,西藏自治区科学技术一等奖(排名第七)。

[3].    Wu, J.*, X. Zhang, Z. Shen, P. Shi, S. Wurst, C. Schittko, Y. Zhang, and C. Yu. 2015 (10.04-10.08, Scotland, UK). Spatial biodiversity patterns of alpine grasslands across the Northern Tibetan Plateau: effects of environmental variables and pasture management, 3rd International conference: Mountains of our Future Earth, Perth. (The 5th Best Poster Prize)

[4].    Wu, J.*, C. Zeng and X. Zhang.2015 (05.22-05.27, Mainz, Germany). Effects of grazing exclusion on above-vs. below-ground biomass allocation in three zonal alpine grassland types on the Northern Tibetan Plateau, 12th European Dry Grassland Meeting. (The 2nd Best Poster Prize).

Scholarship

[1].    2017.01-2019.12. Humboldtian Research Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany.

[2].    2016.01-2016.12. Postdoc researcher, International Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship Program, China Postdoctoral Council (No. 20140041)

[3].    2014.09-2015.12.  Visiting scholar (postdoc), Chinese Scholarship Council (No. 201400260118).

Social Service 

As reviewer

Acta Oecologica, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Agronomy, Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, Applied Vegetation Science, Arabian Journal of Geoscience, Biological Conservation, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, Catena, Ecological Engineering, Ecological Research, Ecology and Evolution, Ecosphere, Environment Development, Environmental and Experimental Botany, Environmental Pollution, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Functional Ecology, Global Change Biology, International  Journal of  Applied Earth Observations and Geoinformation, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Arid Land, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, Journal of Environment and Bio Research, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Mountain Science, Journal of Vegetation Science, Land Degradation & Development, Mountain Research and Development, Nature Sustainability, Peer J,  Plant Ecology and Diversity, PlosOne, Progress in Physical Geography, Remote Sensing, Science of the Total Environment, Scientific Reports, Solid Earth, Sustainability.