Dr. Wu Fuzhong                         

PERSONAL DATA:

NAME: Wu Fuzhong      SEX:   Male       BIRTHDAY: Jul 23, 1981  

OBJECTIVE:
Desired position: Visiting scholar or other research position

BRIEF EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION

09.2005‒07.2008  Ph D. Botany (Plant ecology)

                               Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

                               Title of Thesis: The Growth Characteristics and Adaptive Mechanisms of Sophora davidii Seedling under Drought Stress and N Supply Regimes

09.2002‒07.2005  M.S. Ecology

                               Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

                               Title of Thesis: Effects of Dwarf Bamboo (Fargesia denudata) Density on Its Biomass and Community Growth beneath Subalpine Forest of Western Sichuan

09.1998‒07.2002  B.S. Biology

                               Department of Life Science, Sichuan Normal University

                              

WORK EXPERIENCE

08.2008‒present    Professor

                               Faculty of Forestry, Sichuan Agricultural University

 

RESEARCH & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

RESEARCH PARTICIPATION

Effects of Snow-Patch on Litter Decomposition in Alpine Forest (No. 31000213) funded by National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (NSFC)

Responses Variations of Ecological Processes in Alpine Conifer Forest to Global Climate Change between China and Finland (No. 30211130504) the international cooperative program with the Academy of Finland funded by NSFC

Interactions between Alpine Conifer Forest Ecosystem and Climate Change in Western China (No.90202010) Western Environment and Ecological Project funded by NSFC.

RESEARCH INTEREST

Elements biogeochemical cycling, carbon sequestration, litter decomposition, soil biology, global climate change, plant adaptation and its interactions with soil processes

HONORS & AWARDS:

²  Chinese Academy of Sciences Scholarship 2003-2005, Second Prize

²  Chinese Academy of Sciences Scholarship 2006-2007, Second Prize

²  Chinese Academy of Sciences Scholarship 2007-, First Prize & three-virtue student

PUBLICATIONS:

1.  Wu F, Yang W, Zhang J, Zhou L. Cadmium Accumulation and Growth Responses of a Poplar (Populus deltoids× Populus nigra) in Cadmium Contaminated Purple Soil and Alluvial Soil. Journal of Hazardous Material, 2010, 177, 268-273 (In English)

2.  Wu F, Yang W, Zhang J, Deng R, Fine root decomposition in two subalpine forests during the freeze-thaw season. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2010, 40, 298-307 (In English)

3.  Wu F, Yang W, Zhang J, Deng R, Litter decomposition in two subalpine forests during the freeze-thaw season. Acta Oecologica, 2010, 36, 135-140 (In English)

4.  Wu F, Bao W, Li F, Wu N, Carbon accumulation, nitrogon and phosphorus use effciency of sophra davidii seedlings in response to nitrogen supply and water stress. Journal of Arid Environment, 2009, 73, 1067-1073. (In English)

5.  Wu F, Yang W, Wang K, Wu N, Lu Y, Effects of Dwarf Bamboo (Fargesia denudata Yi) Density on Leaf Nutrient Dynamics and Nutrient-Use Efficiency. Pedosphere, 2009, 19, 496-504. (In English)

6.  Wu F, Bao W, Li F, Wu N, Effects of Water Stress and Nitrogen Supply on Leaf Gas Exchange and Fluorescence Parameters of Sophora davidii Seedlings. Photosynthetica, 2008, 46, 40-48. (In English)

7.  Wu F, Bao W, Li F, Wu N, Effects of Drought Stress and N Supply on the Growth, Biomass Partitioning and Water-Use Efficiency of Sophora davidii Seedlings. Experimental and Environmental Botany, 2008, 65, 248-255. (In English)

8.  Wu F, Yang W, Lu Y. Effects of Dwarf Bamboo (Fargesia denudata) Density on Biomass, Carbon and Nutrient Distribution Pattern. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2009, 29, 192-198. (In English)

9.  Wu F, Yang W, Zhang J, Zhou L. Effects of cadmium stress on the growth and the accumulation, distribution and utilization of nutrients in Osmathus fragrans var. thynbergii. Journal of Plant Ecology, 2010, 34(10), 1220-1226. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

10. Wu F, Bao W, Wu N, Growth, accumulation and partitioning of biomass, C, N and P of Sophra davidii seedlings in respond to N supply in dry valley of upper Minjiang river. Acta Ecological Sinica, 2008, 28, 3817-3824.(In Chinese with English Abstract)

11. Wu F, Wang K, Yang W, Lu Y, Advances in ecological process of the giant panda staple food bamboo forests. World Sci-Tech R & D, 2005, 27, 79-84. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

12. Wu F, Wang K, Yang W, Lu Y, Qiao Y, Effects of Fargesia denudata density on seasonal changes in litter nutrient concentrations and their potential retranslocation. Acta Phytoecology Sinica 2005, 29, 537–542. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

13. Wu F, Lu Y, Yang W, Wang K, Qiao Y, Effects of Fargesia denudata density on its nutrient element stocks, accumulation and allocation dynamics. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2005, 25, 1663-1669. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

14. Wu F, Wang K, Yang W, Lu Y, Effects of Fargisia denudata density on its biomass distribution pattern. Chinese Journal of Applied ecology, 2005, 6, 991-995. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

15. Tan B, Wu FZ, Yang WQ. The dynamics pattern of soil carbon and nutrient as soil thawing proceeded in the alpine/subalpine forest. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B–Plant Soil Science, 2010, doi: 10. 1080/09064710. 2010.541489

16. Zhang D, Zhang J, Yang W, Wu F. Potential allelopathic effect of Eucalyptus grandis across a range of plantation ages. Ecological Research, 2010, 25, 13-23(In English)

17. Wu F, Bao W, Wu N. Soil biological and chemical characters in respond to N supply cultured Sophora davidii Seedlings in dry valley of upper Minjiang river. Thesises for the 4th National Soil Biology and Biochemistry Meeting. 2007, 141. (In Chinese)

 

…………other 50 papers in chinese or English with co-author

 

BOOKS

Co-author of the book Processes of Subalpine Forest Ecosystem in Western Sichuan. Chengdu, Sichuan Science and Technology Press, 2004.

Co-author of the book Integrated Management on Soil and Water Loss in the Hilly Area and Regional Sustainable Development in Sichuan Province. Chengdu, Sichuan Science and Technology Press, 2009.