Name: Shengwei Shi
Date of Birth: 1984/10/11
Nationality: P. R. China
Cell Phone: 13521359501
Research interests: Modeling of carbon cycling and greenhouse gas emission in forest ecosystems.
Address: SB1915, Institute of environmental sciences, UQAM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Institute of Forestry, Northwest A&F University, Tai Cheng road, Yangling Region, Shaanxi, 712100, P.R. China
² Post doctor 11/2014 to now, in Institute of environmental sciences, UQAM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
² Post doctor 07/2013 to 11/2014, in laboratory of ecological forecasting and global climate change, Institute of Forestry, Northwest A&F University, P.R. China.
² Ph.D. 06/2013 Major in Atmospheric Sciences. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
² M.S. 06/2010 Major in Soil Sciences, Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, P.R. China.
² B.S. 06/2007 Major in Soil Sciences and Plant Nutrition, Northwest Agricultural & Forestry University, P.R. China.
² Participation in the national key fundamental research program for Chinese Science and Technology department (2010CB950604) during Ph. D study period. As a team leader of field soil sampling for Qinghai plateau and northwestern China (2011~2012).
² Implementation continuous observation of CH4 and N2O fluxes in paddy field (2008BAD95B013) during MS study period. Be responsible for running the field project at experimental station during rice growing season (April of 2008~May of 2010).
² Experience with process-based model of DNDC.
² Experience with working and living in rugged field conditions.
² Integration analysis of soil carbon dynamics and greenhouse gases emission from published literature using meta-analysis method.
² Proficiency in SAS, Origin and Meta-win software.
List of Publications
1. Shi S.W., Zhang W., Zhang P., et al. A synthesis of change in deep soil organic carbon stores with afforestation of agricultural soils, Forest ecology and management. 2013, 296：53~63. DOI=10.1016/j.foreco.2013.01.026
2. Shi S.W., and Han P.F. Estimating the soil carbon sequestration potential of China's Grain for Green Project. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, DOI: 10.1002/2014GB004924.
4. Shi S.W., Li Y.E, Li M.D., et al. Annual CH4 and N2O Emissions from Double rice Cropping Systems under Various Fertilizer Regimes in Hunan Province, China. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 2011, 04: 707-720.(in Chinese)
5. Shi S.W., Li Y.E, Wan Y.F., et al. 2011. Observation for CH4 and N2O Emissions Under Different Rates of Nitrogen and Phosphate Fertilization in Double Rice Fields. Environmental Science, 2011,07:1899-1907. (in Chinese)
6. Shi S.W., Li Y.E, Li M.D., et al. Influence of Early Rice Straw Burning on CH4 and N2O Emissions and Grain Yield of Later Rice Fields in Red Soil, Soils, 2011, 02: 184-189. (in Chinese)
7. Shi. S.W., Li Y.E, Qin X.B., et al. Effect of Rice Straw Incorporation of Later Rice Season on CH4 and N2O Emission and Grain yield from Following Early Rice Field. Chinese Journal of Soil Science 2011, 02 :336-341. (in Chinese)
8. Shi. S.W., Li Y.E, Qin O.K., et al. CH4 Emission From Late Rice Field of Red Clay Soil under Different Fertilization Treatments. Journal of Ecology and Rural Environment. 2010, 02: 103-108. (in Chinese)
9. Shi. S.W., Li Y.E, Liu Y.T., et al. CH4 and N2O Emission from Rice Field and Mitigation Options Based on Field Measurements in China: An Integration Analysis. Scientia Agricultura Sinica, 2010, 14: 2923-2936. (in Chinese)
10. Ding F., Hu Y., Li L, Li A., Shi S.W., Lian P., Zeng D., Changes in soil organic carbon and total nitrogen stocks after conversion of meadow to cropland in Northeast China. Plant and Soil, 2013. 1-14.
11. Li M.D., Wu H.Y., Nie J., Shi S.W. Utilities of Straw and Wastes of Straw Recycling Returning on Rice Planting. Scientia Agricultura Sinica. 2010, 2923-2936. (in Chinese)
12. Qin X.B., Li Y.E, Shi S.W., et al.. Multivariate regression analysis of greenhouse gas emissions associated with activities and populations of soil microbes in a double-rice paddy soil. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2012. 1811-1819.