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Peer-reviewed Journal Papers:

188) Yao Zhang, Changhui Peng, Weizhong Li, Liuxi Tian, Qiuan Zhu, Huai Chen,Xiuqin Fang, Geli Zhang, Guobin Liu, Xingmin Mu, Zhanbin Li, Shiqing Li,Yanzheng Yang, Jie Wang, Xiangming Xiao, (2016). Multiple afforestation programs accelerate the greenness in the‘Three North’ region of China from 1982 to 2013. Ecological Indicators, 61, 404–412.(PDF)

 

187) Yanzheng Yang, Qiuan Zhu, Changhui Peng, Han Wang, Wei Xue, Guanghui Lin, Zhongming Wen, Jie Chang, Meng Wang, Guobin Liu, Shiqing Li, (2016). A novel approach for modelling vegetation distributions and analysing vegetation sensitivity through trait-climate relationships in China. Scientific Reports, 6:24110.(PDF)

 

186) Shuai Ouyang, Wenhua Xiang, Xiangping Wang, Yelin Zeng, Pifeng Lei, Xiangwen Deng, Changhui Peng, (2016). Significant effects of biodiversity on forest biomass during the succession of subtropical forest in south China. Forest Ecology and Management, 372, 291–302.(PDF)

 

185) Yiqi Luo, et al, (2016). Toward more realistic projections of soil carbon dynamics by Earth system models. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 30, 40–56.(PDF)

 

184) Youngil Kim, Nigel T. Roulet, Changsheng Li, Steve Frolking, Ian B. Strachan,Changhui Peng, Cristian R. Teodoru, Yves T. Prairie, Alain Tremblay, (2016). Simulating carbon dioxide exchange in boreal ecosystemsflooded by reservoirs. Ecological Modelling, 327, 1–17.(PDF)

 

183) Benjamin W Abbott, et al, (2016). Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. Environ. Res. Lett. 11 (2016).(PDF)

 

182) Qiuan Zhu, Changhui Peng, Huai Chen, Xiuqin Fang, Jinxun Liu, Hong Jiang, Yanzheng Yang, Gang Yang, (2015). Estimating global natural wetland methane emissions using process modelling: spatio-temporal patterns and contributions to atmospheric methane fluctuations. Global Ecology and Biogeography.(PDF)

 

181) Xiaolu Zhou, Xiangdong Lei, Changhui Peng, WeifengWang, Carl Zhou, CaixiaLiu, Zhenggang Liu, (2015). Correcting the overestimate of forest biomass carbon on the national scale. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.(PDF)

 

180) Lijuan Zhao, Wenhua Xiang, Jiaxiang Li, Pifeng Lei, Xiangwen Deng, Xi Fang, Changhui Peng, (2015). Effects of Topographic and Soil Factors on Woody Species Assembly in a Chinese Subtropical Evergreen Broadleaved Forest. Forests, 6, 650-669.(PDF)

 

179) Yao Zhang, Weizhong Li, Qiuan Zhu, Huai Chen, Xiuqin Fang, Tinglong Zhang, Pengxiang Zhao, Changhui Peng, (2015). Monitoring the impact of aerosol contamination on thedrought-induced decline of gross primary productivity. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 36, 30–40.(PDF)

 

178) Yanzheng Yang, Qiuan Zhu, Changhui Peng, Han Wang, Huai Chen, (2015). From plant functional types to plant functional traits: A new paradigm in modelling global vegetation dynamics. Progress in Physical Geography, Vol. 39(4) 514–535.(PDF)

 

177) MEI WANG, HUAI CHEN, ZICHENG YU, JIANGHUA WU, QIU’AN ZHU, CHANGHUI PENG, YANFEN WANG, BOQIANG QIN, (2015). Carbon accumulation and sequestration of lakes in China during the Holocene. Global Change Biology, 21, 4436–4448.(PDF)

 

176) Mei Wang, Gang Yang, Yongheng Gao, Huai Chen, Ning Wu, Changhui Peng, Qiuan Zhu, Dan Zhu, Jianghua Wu, Yixin He, Jianqing Tian, Xinquan Zhao, Yao Zhang, (2015). Higher recent peat C accumulation than that during the Holocene on the Zoige Plateau. Quaternary Science Reviews 114, 116-125.(PDF)

 

175) Peng, C. and Yonglong Lu, (2015). Young Asian ecologists to lead the next century of ecology.Ecosystem Health and Sustainability. Volume 1(10), 1-2.(PDF)

 

174) Nate G. McDowell, Nicholas C. Coops, Pieter S.A. Beck, Jeffrey Q. Chambers, Chandana Gangodagamage, Jeffrey A. Hicke, Cho-ying Huang, Robert Kennedy, Dan J. Krofcheck, Marcy Litvak, Arjan J.H. Meddens, Jordan Muss, Robinson Negro´ n-Juarez4, Changhui Peng9, Amanda M. Schwantes10, Jennifer J. Swenson, Louis J. Vernon, A. Park Williams, Chonggang Xu, Maosheng Zhao, Steve W. Running, Craig D. Allen, (2015). Global satellite monitoring of climate-induced vegetation disturbances. Cell Press, 1360-1385.(PDF)

 

173) Jiafu Mao, Wenting Fu, Xiaoying Shi, DanielMRicciuto, Joshua B Fisher, Robert E Dickinson, Yaxing Wei, Willis Shem, Shilong Piao, Kaicun Wang, Christopher RSchwalm, Hanqin Tian, MingquanMu, Altaf Arain, Philippe Ciais, Robert Cook, Yongjiu Dai, Daniel Hayes, ForrestMHoffman, Maoyi Huang, Suo Huang, DeborahNHuntzinger, Akihiko Ito, Atul Jain, AnthonyWKing, Huimin Lei, Chaoqun Lu, AnnaMMichalak, Nicholas Parazoo, Changhui Peng, Shushi Peng, Benjamin Poulter, Kevin Schaefer, Elchin Jafarov, Peter E Thornton1, Weile Wang, Ning Zeng, Zhenzhong Zeng, Fang Zhao, Qiuan Zhu, Zaichun Zhu, (2015). Disentangling climatic and anthropogenic controls on global terrestrial evapotranspiration trends. Environ. Res. Lett. 10 (2015) 094008.(PDF)

 

172) Zhihai MA, Changhui PENG, Qiuan ZHU, Jianwei LIU, Xia XU, Xiaolu ZHOU, (2015). Long-term changes in tree basal area across the boreal zone, Canada. ÉCOSCIENCE, vol.21 (3-4).(PDF)

 

171) Jiangong Liu, Huai Chen, Qiuan Zhu, Yan Shen, Xue Wang, Meng Wang, Changhui Peng, (2015). A novel pathway of direct methane production and emission by eukaryotes including plants, animals and fungi: An overview. Atmospheric Environment 115, 26-35.(PDF)

 

170) Yan-qiong Li, Xiang-wen Deng, Zhi-hong Huang, Wen-hua Xiang, Wen-de Yan, Pi-feng Lei, Xiao-lu Zhou, Chang-hui Peng, (2015). Development and Evaluation of Models for the Relationship between Tree Height and Diameter at Breast Height for Chinese-Fir Plantations in Subtropical China. PLoS ONE 10(4), 1-21.(PDF)

 

169) WEIZHONG LI, CHANGHUI PENG, XIAOLU ZHOU, JIANFENG SUN, QIUAN ZHU, HAIBIN WU, AND BENOIT ST-ONGE, (2015). Application of the ecosystem model and Markov Chain Monte Carlo for parameter estimation and productivity prediction. Ecosphere 6(12):270, 1-15.(PDF)

 

168) Q. Zhu, J. Liu, C. Peng, H. Chen, X. Fang, H. Jiang, G. Yang, D. Zhu, W. Wang, X. Zhou, (2014). Modelling methane emissions from natural wetlands by development and application of the TRIPLEX-GHG model. Geosci. Model Dev., 7, 981–999.(PDF)

 

167) Xiongqing Zhang, Yuancai Lei, Zhihai Ma, Dan Kneeshaw, Changhui Peng, (2014). Insect-induced tree mortality of boreal forests in eastern Canada under a changing climate. Ecology and Evolution, 4(12): 2384–2394.(PDF)

 

166) Yelin Zeng, Wenhua Xiang,Xiangwen Deng, Xi Fang, Cong Liu, Changhui Peng, (2014). Soil N forms and gross transformation rates in Chinese subtropical forests dominated by different tree species. Plant Soil.(PDF)

 

165) Guirui Yua, Zhi Chen, Shilong Piao, Changhui Peng, Philippe Ciais, Qiufeng Wang, Xuanran Li, Xianjin Zhu, (2014). High carbon dioxide uptake by subtropical forest ecosystems in the East Asian monsoon region. PNAS, vol. 111, no. 13, 4910–4915.(PDF)

 

164) Gang Yang, Huai Chen, Ning Wu, Jianqing Tian, Changhui Peng, Qiuan Zhu, Dan Zhu, Yixin He, Qunying Zheng, Changbing Zhang, (2014). Effects of soil warming, rainfall reduction and water table level on CH4 emissions from the Zoige peatland in China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 78, 83e89.(PDF)

 

163) Xia XU, Qiong GAO, Changhui PENG, Xuefeng CUI, Yinghui LIU, Li JIANG, (2014). Integrating global socio-economic influences into a regional land use change model for China. Front. Earth Sci, 8(1): 81–92.(PDF)

 

162) H. Wu, C. Peng, T. R. Moore, D. Hua, C. Li, Q. Zhu, M. Peichl, M. A. Arain, Z. Guo, (2014). Modeling dissolved organic carbon in temperate forest soils: TRIPLEX-DOC model development and validation. Geosci. Model Dev., 7, 867–881.(PDF)

 

161) HAIBIN WU, ZHENGTANG GUO, JOE L GUIOT, CHRISTINE HATTE, CHANGHUI PENG, YANYAN YU, JUNYI GE, QIN LI, AIZHI SUN, DEAI ZHAO, (2014). Elevation-induced climate change as a dominant factor causing the late Miocene C4 plant expansion in the Himalayan foreland. Global Change Biology, 20, 1461–1472.(PDF)

 

160) W. Fuzhong, P. Changhui, Z. Jianxiao, Z. Jian, T. Bo, and Y. Wanqin, (2014). Impacts of freezing and thawing dynamics on foliar litter carbon release in alpine/subalpine forests along an altitudinal gradient in the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Biogeosciences, 11, 6471–6481.(PDF)

 

159) Xuding Wen, Zhonghui Zhao, Xiangwen Deng, Wenhua Xiang, Dalun Tian, Wende Yan, Xiaolu Zhou, Changhui Peng, (2014). Applying an artificial neural network to simulate and predict Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation carbon flux in subtropical China. Ecological Modelling, 294, 19–26.(PDF)

 

158) Yanfen Wang, Huai Chen, Qiuan Zhu, Changhui Peng, Ning Wu, Gang Yang, Dan Zhu, Jianqing Tian, Liuxi Tian, Xiaoming Kang, Yixin He, Yongheng Gao, Xinquan Zhao, (2014). Soil methane uptake by grasslands and forests in China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 74,70-81.(PDF)

 

157) Mei Wang, Huai Chen, Ning Wu, Changhui Peng, Qiuan Zhu, Dan Zhu, Gang Yang, Jianghua Wu, Yixin He, Yongheng Gao, Jianqing Tian, Xinquan Zhao, (2014). Carbon dynamics of peatlands in China during the Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 99, 34-41.(PDF)

 

156) J. Tong, W. Xiang, P. Lei, J. Liu, D. Tiana, X. Deng, X. Fang, C. Peng, (2014). Prediction of tree species composition in fine root mixed samples using near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy. Plant Biosystems, 1-8.(PDF)

 

155) Xinzhang Song, Changhui Peng, Guomo Zhou, Hong Jiang, Weifeng Wang, (2014). Chinese Grain for Green Program led to highly increased soil organic carbon levels: A meta-analysis. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 4:4460, 1-7.(PDF)

 

154) Xinzhang Song, Hong Jiang, Zhiting Zhang, Guomo Zhou, Shuikui Zhang, Changhui Peng, (2014). Interactive effects of elevated UV-B radiation and N deposition on decomposition of Moso bamboo litter. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 69, 11-16.(PDF)

 

153) Xinzhang Song, Changhui Peng, Zhengyong Zhao, Zhiting Zhang, Baohua Guo, Weifeng Wang, Hong Jiang, Qiuan Zhu, (2014). Quantification of soil respiration in forest ecosystems across China. Atmospheric Environment 94, 546-551.(PDF)

 

152) Yonglu Ma1, Jiali He, Chaofeng Ma, Jie Luo, Hong Li, Tongxian Liu, Andrea Polle, Changhui Peng, Zhi-Bin Luo, (2014). Ectomycorrhizas with Paxillus involutus enhance cadmium uptake and tolerance in Populus × canescens. Plant, Cell and Environment, 37, 627–642.(PDF)

 

151) Yunpeng Luo, Huai Chen, Qiu’an Zhu, Changhui Peng, Gang Yang, Yanzheng Yang, Yao Zhang, (2014). Relationship between Air Pollutants and Economic Development of the Provincial Capital Cities in China during the Past Decade. PLOS ONE Volume 9, Issue 8, 1-14.(PDF)

 

150) Cong Liu, Wenhua Xiang, Pifeng Lei, Xiangwen Deng, Dalun Tian, Xi Fang, Changhui Peng, (2014). Standing fine root mass and production in four Chinese subtropical forests along a succession and species diversity gradient. Plant Soil, 376:445–459.(PDF)

 

149) Youngil Kim, Nigel T. Roulet, Changhui Peng, Changsheng Li, Steve Frolking, Ian B. Strachan and Alain Tremblay, (2014). Multi-year carbon dioxide flux simulations for mature Canadian black spruce forests and ombrotrophic bogs using Forest-DNDC. Boreal Env. Res. Vol 19, 417-440.(PDF)

 

148) Jiaxin Jin, Hong Jiang, Changhui Peng, Xiuying Zhang, Ying Wang, and Jinyin Wang, (2014). Climate Change Contribution to Forest Growth in Eastern China over Past Two Decades.Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., Vol. 25, No. 1, 49-60.(PDF)

 

147) Xiuqin Fang, Qiuan Zhu, Huai Chen, Zhihai Ma, Weifeng Wang, Xinzhang Song, Pengxiang Zhao, and Changhui Peng, (2014). Analysis of vegetation dynamics and climatic variability impacts on greenness across Canada using remotely sensed data from 2000 to 2009. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Vol.8.(PDF)

 

146) Huai Chen, Gang Yang, Changhui Peng, Yao Zhang, Dan Zhu, Qiuan Zhu, Ji Hu, Mei Wang, Wei Zhan, Erxiong Zhu, Zengzhi Bai, Wei Li,Ning Wu, Yanfen Wang, Yongheng Gao, Jianqing Tian, Xiaoming Kang, Xinquan Zhao, Jianghua Wu, (2014). The carbon stock of alpine peatlands on the QinghaieTibetan Plateau during the Holocene and their future fate. Quaternary Science Reviews, 95, 151-158.(PDF)

 

145) Huai Chen, Baowen Liao, Bin’er Liu, Changhui Peng, Yao Zhang, Wei Guan, Qiu’an Zhu, Gang Yang, (2014). Eradicating invasive Spartina alterniflora with alien Sonneratia apetala and its implications for invasion controls.Ecological Engineering 73 (2014) 367–372.(PDF)

 

144) Xu Caoa, Jingbo Jia, Chao Zhang, Hong Li, Tongxian Liu, Xiangning Jiang, Andrea Polle, Changhui Peng, and Zhi-Bin Luo, (2014). Anatomical, physiological and transcriptional responses of two contrasting poplar genotypes to drought and re-watering. Physiologia Plantarum.(PDF)

 

143) Zhenzhi Bai, Gang Yang, Huai Chen, Qiuan Zhu, Dexiang Chen, Yide Li, Xu Wang, Zhongmin Wu, Guangyi Zhou, Changhui Peng, (2014). Nitrous oxide fluxes from three forest types of the tropical mountain rainforests on Hainan Island, China. Atmospheric Environment, 92, 469-477.(PDF)

 

142) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Chen, Z., (2014). Policy options towards deforestation reduction in Cameroon: an analysis based on a systematic approach. Land Use Policy, 36, 405-415. DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2013.09.004. (PDF)

 

141) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Chen, Z., (2013). Enabling conditions for successful greening of public spaces: the case of Touroua, Cameroon based on perceptions. Small scale Forestry. DOI:10.1007/s11842-9246-2. (PDF)

 

140) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Chen, Z., (2013). The causes, effects and challenges of Sahelian Droughts: a critical review. Regional Environmental Change, DOI:10.1007/s10113-013-0473-z. (PDF)

 

139) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Chen, Z., Nguh, B.S., (2013). Implications of fitting regressions and pearson correlation models in the relationship between food production, production of wood products, CO2 emissions and climate: An analysis of time series data. Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, DOI:10.3923/RJES.2012. (PDF)

 

138) Zhou, G., Peng, C., Li, Y., Lui, S., Zhang, Q., Tang, X., Liu, J., Yan, J., Zhang, D., Chu, G., (2013). A climate change-induced threat to the ecological resilience of a subtropical monsoon evergreen broad-leaved forest in Southern China. Global Change Biology, DOI:10.1111/GCB.12128. (PDF)

 

137) Zhao, M., Peng, C., Xiang, W., Deng, X., Tian, D., Zhou, X., Yu, G., He, H., Zhao, Z., (2013). Plant phonological research: overview and future challenges. Environmental Review, 21, 1-14. (PDF)

 

136) Zhao, M., Xiang, W., Deng, X., Tian, D., Huang, Z., Zhou, X., Yu, G., He, H., Peng, C., (2013). Application of TRIPLEX model for predicting Cunninghamia lanceolata and Pinus massoniana forest stand production in Hunan Province, Southern China. Ecological Modelling, 250, 58-71. (PDF)

 

135) Zhao, M., Xiang, W., Tian, D., Deng, X., Huang, Z., Zhou, X., Peng, C., (2013). Effects of increased Nitrogen Deposition and Rotation Length on Long-Term Productivity of Cunninghamia lanceolata in Southern China. PLOS/one/ 8,( 2), e55376. (PDF)

 

134) Wang, W., Peng, C., Kneeshaw, D., Larocque, r., Song, X., (2012).  Quantifying the effects of climate change and harvesting on carbon dynamics of boreal aspen and jack pine forests using the TRIPLEX-Management model. Forest Ecology and Management, 281,152-162. (PDF)

 

133) Piao, S.L., Ito, A., Huang, Y., Ciais, P., Peng, C., et al., (2012). The carbon budget of terrestrial ecosystems in East Asia over the last two decades. Biogeosciences, 9, 3571-3586. (PDF)

 

132) Liu, D., Chang, J., Gu, B., Min, Y., Ge, Y., Shi, Y., Xue, H., Peng, C., Wu, J., (2012). Constructed wetlands as biofuel production systems. Nature Climate Change, 2, DOI:10.1038/NCLIMATE1370. (PDF)

 

131) Li, J., Lin,  X., Chen, A., Peterson, T., Ma, K., Bertzky, M., Ciais, P., Kapos, V., Peng, C., Poulter, B., (2013). Global Priority Conservation Areas in the 21st Century Climate Change. PLOSS/one, 8(1), e54839. (PDF)

 

130) Chen, H., Wu, N., Wang, Y., Zhu, D., Zhu, Q., Yang, G., Gao, Y., Fang, X., Wang, X., Peng, C., (2013). Inter-Annual Variations of Methane Emissions from an Open Fen on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: A three-year study. PLOS/one, 8(1), e53878. (PDF)

 

129) Chang, J., Ren, Y., Shi, Y., Zhu, Y., Ge, Y., Hong, S., Jiao, L., Lin, F., Peng, C., Mochizuki, T., Tani, A., Mu, Ying., Fu, C., (2012). An inventory of volatile organic compounds for a subtropical urban-rural complex. Atmospheric Environment, 56, 115-123. (PDF)

 

128) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Zhi, C., (2012). Rainfall and Deforestation Dilemma for Cereal Production in the Sudano-Sahel of Cameroon. Journal of Agricultural Science, 4(2), 1-10. (PDF)

 

127) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Zhi, C., Nguh, B.S., (2012). The Environmental Quadrupole: Forest Area, Rainfall, CO2 Emissions and Arable Production Interactions in Cameroon. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, 2(1), 12-27. (PDF)

 

126) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Zhi, C., (2012). Poverty and Gender Oriented Vulnerabilities to Food and Water Scarcity in Touroua, Cameroon. Journal of Human Ecology, 38(2), 81-90. (PDF)

 

125) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Mafany, N.M., (2011). Methane Emissions from Paddy Rice Fields: Strategies towards achieving A Win-Win Sustainability Scenario between Rice Production and Methane Emissions Reduction. Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(6), 188-196. (PDF)

 

124)Boisvenue, C., Bergeron, Y., Bernier, P., Peng, C., (2012). Simulations show potential for reduced emissions and carbon stocks increase in boreal forests under ecosystem management. Carbon Management, 3(6), 553-568 (PDF)

123) Epule, T.E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Zhi, C., (2011). Forest loss Trigger in Cameroon: A quantitative Assessment Using Multiple Linear Regression Approach. Journal of Geography and Geology, 3(1), 10-40 (PDF)

122) Wang, W., Peng, C., Kneeshaw, D.D., Larocque, R., Luo, Z., (2012). Drought-induced tree mortality:ecological consequences, causes, and modeling. Environmental Reviews, 20, 109-121 (PDF).

121) Epule, T. E., Peng, C., Lepage, L., Nguh, B.S., Mafany, N. M., (2012). Can the African food supply model learn from the Asian food supply model? Quantification with statistical methods. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 14, 593-610 (PDF)

120) Ma, Z., Peng, C., Zhu, Q., Chen, H., Yu, G., Li, W., Zhou, X., Wang, W., Zhang, W., 2012. Regional drought-induced reduction in the biomass carbon sink of Canada's boreal forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences In press (PDF).

119) Wang, W., Lei, X., Ma, Z., Kneeshaw, D.D. & Peng, C. (2011) Positive relationship between aboveground carbon stocks and structural diversity in spruce-dominated forest stands in New Brunswick, Canada. Forest Science, 57, 506-515 (PDF).

118) Peng, C., Ma, Z., Lei, X., Zhu, Q., Chen, H., Wang, W., Liu, S., Li, W., Fang, X. & Zhou, X. (2011) A drought-induced pervasive increase in tree mortality across Canada's boreal forests. Nature Climate Change, 1, 467-471. (PDF).

117) Song, X., Zhou, G., Jiang, H., Yu, S., Fu, J., Li, W., Wang, W., Ma, Z. & Peng, C. (2011) Carbon sequestration by Chinese bamboo forests and their ecological benefits: assessment of potential, problems, and future challenges. Environmental Reviews, 19, 418-428. (PDF)

116) Min, Y., Jin, X., Chang, J., Peng, C., Gu, B., Ge, Y. and Zhong, Y., 2011. Weak indirect effects inherent to nitrogen biogeochemical cycling within anthropogenic ecosystems: A network environ analysis. Ecological Modelling, 222(17), 3277-3284. (PDF)

115) Peng,C. Focus on quality, not just quantity. Nature 475, 267 (2011), doi:10.1038/475267a (PDF).

114) Geng, Y., Tian, M., Zhu, Q., Zhang, J., Peng, C., 2011. Quantification of provincial-level carbon emissions from energy consumption in China. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15, 3658-3668. (PDF)

113) Larocque, G. R., Mailly, D., Yue, T. X., Anand, M., Peng, C., Kazanci, C., Etterson, M., Goethals, P., Jørgensen, S. E., Schramski, J. R., Mcintire, E. J. B., Marceau, D. J., Chen, B., Chen, G. Q., Yang, Z. F., Novotna, B., Luckai, N., Bhatti, J. S., Liu, J., Munson, A., Gordon, A. M. & Ii, J. C. A. (2011) Common challenges for ecological modelling: Synthesis of facilitated discussions held at the symposia organized for the 2009 conference of the International Society for Ecological Modelling in Quebec City, Canada, (October 6-9, 2009). Ecological Modelling, 222, 2456-2468. (PDF)

112) Chen, H., Zhu, Q., Wu, N., Wang, Y. & Peng, C.-H. (2011) Delayed spring phenology on the Tibetan Plateau may also be attributable to other factors than winter and spring warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (PDF)

111) Geng, Y., Peng, C., & Tian, M., (2011) Energy use and CO2 emission inventories in the four municipalities of China. Energy Procedia 5 (2011) 370–376 (PDF)

110) Peng, C., Guiot, J., Wu, H., Jiang, H. & Luo, Y. (2011) Integrating models with data in ecology and palaeoecology: advances towards a model–data fusion approach. Ecology Letters, 14, 522-536.(PDF)

109) Gu, B., Zhu, Y., Chang, J., Peng, C., Liu, D., Min, Y., Luo, W., Howarth, R.W. & Ge, Y. (2011) The role of technology and policy in mitigating regional nitrogen pollution. Environmental Research Letters, 6, 014011. (PDF)

108) Liu, Z., Peng, C., Xiang, W., Tian, D., Deng, X. & Zhao, M. (2010) Application of artificial neural networks in global climate change and ecological research: An overview. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55, 3853-3863. doi: 10.1007/s11434-010-4183-3 (PDF).

107) Zhu, Q., Jiang, H., Peng, C., Liu, J., Wei, X., Fang, X., Liu, S., Zhou, G. & Yu, S. (2011) Evaluating the effects of future climate change and elevated CO2 on the water use efficiency in terrestrial ecosystems of China. Ecological Modelling, 222, 2414-2429. (PDF).

106) Wang, W., Peng, C., Zhang, S. Y., Zhou, X., Larocque, G. R., Kneeshaw, D. D. & Lei, X. (2011) Development of TRIPLEX-Management model for simulating the response of forest growth to pre-commercial thinning. Ecological Modelling, 222, 2249-2261. (PDF).

105)  Chen, H., Wu, N., Wang, Y., Gao, Y. & Peng, C. (2010) Methane fluxes from alpine wetlands of Zoige Plateau in relation to water regime and vegetation under two scales. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-010-0577-8 (PDF).

104) Chu, Z., Lu, Y., Chang, J., Wang, M., Jiang, H., He, J., Peng, C. & Ge, Y. (2010) Leaf respiration/photosynthesis relationship and variation: an investigation of 39 woody and herbaceous species in east subtropical China. Trees - Structure and Function, DOI: 10.1007/s00468-010-0506-x (PDF).

103) Quillet, A., Peng, C. and Garneau, M., 2010. Toward dynamic global vegetation models for simulating vegetation-climate interactions and feedbacks: recent developmnets, limitations, and future challenge. Environ. Rev., 18:333-353. (PDF)

102) Zhu, B., Wang, X., Fang, J., Piao, S., Shen, H., Zhao, S. and Peng, C., 2010. Altitudinal changes in carbon storage of temperate forests on Mt Changbai, Northeast China. J. Plant Res., 123:439-452 (PDF)

101) Zhu, Q., Jiang, H., Liu, J., Wei, X., Peng, C., Fang, X., Liu, S., Zhou, G., Yu, S. and Ju, W., 2009. Evaluating the spatiotemporal variations of water budget across China over 1951-2006 using IBIS model. Hydrol. Process. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7496. (PDF)

100) Lei, X., Wang, W. and Peng, C., 2009. Relationships between stand growth and structural diversity in spruce-dominated forests in New Brunswick, Canada. Can. J. For. Res., 39:1835-1847. (PDF)

099). Peng, C., Zhou, X., Zhao, S., Wang, X., Zhu, B., Piao, S. and Fang, J., 2009. Quantifying the response of forest carbon balance to future climate change in Northeastern China: Model validation and prediction. Global and planetary change., 66:179-194. (PDF)

098). Wu, H., Guiot, J., Peng, C. and Guo, Z., 2009. New coupled model used inversely for reconstructing past terrestrial carbon storage from pollen data: Validation of model using modern data. Glob. Chang. Biol., 15:82-96.(PDF)

097). Wu, H., Guo, Z., Gao, Q. and Peng, C., 2009. Distribution of soil inorganic carbon storage and its changes due to agricultural land use activity in China. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ., 129:413-421.(PDF)

096). Lei, X., Peng, C., Wang, H. and Zhou, X., 2009. Individual height-diameter models for young black spruce (Picea mariana) and jack pine (Pinus banksiana) plantations in New Brunswick, Canada. For. Chron., 85:43-56. (PDF)

095). Zhao, M., Xiang, W., Peng, C. and Tian, D., 2009. Simulating age-related changes in carbon storage and allocation in a Chinese fir plantation growing in southern China using the 3-PG model. For. Ecol. Manag., 257:1520-1531.(PDF)

094).Tian, D., Yan, W., Chen, X., Deng, X., Peng, Y., Kang, W. and Peng, C., 2008. Variation in runoff with age of Chinese fir plantations in Central South China. Hydrological Processes, 22:4870-4876. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

093).Yang, W., Chang, J., Xu, B., Peng, C. and Ge, Y., 2008. Ecosystem service value assessment for constructed wetlands: A case study in Hangzhou, China. Ecological Economics, 68:116-125. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

092). Song, M., Duan, D., Chen, H., Hu, Q., Zhang, F., Xu, X., Tian, Y., Ouyang, H. and Peng, C., 2008. Leaf d13C reflects ecosystem patterns and responses of alpine plants to the environments on the Tibetan Plateau. Ecography, 31:499-508. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

091). Li, J., Tong, X., Yu, Q., Dong, Y. and Peng, C., 2008. Micrometeorological measurements of nitrous oxide exchange above a cropland. Atmospheric Environment, 42:6992-7001. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

090). Ma, Y.-D., Jiang, H., Yu, S.-Q., Zhou, G.-M., Wang, B., Peng, S.-L., Peng, C.-H., Chang, J. and Wei, X.-H., 2008. Biomass and Productivity of a tree fern ecosystem in Chian. Journal of Plant Ecology (Chinese Version), 32:1294-1300. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

089). Zhang, X.-P., Wang, X.-P., Zhu, B., Zong, Z.-J., Peng, C.-H. and Fang, J.-Y., 2008. Litter fall production in relation to environmental facotrs in northeast China's forests. Journal of Plant Ecology (Chinese Version), 32:1031-1040. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

088). Zhang, J., Chu, Z., Ge, Y., Zhou, X., Jiang, H., Chang, J., Peng, C., Zheng, J., Jiang, B., Zhu, J. and Yu, S., (2008) TRIPLEX model testing and application for predicting forest growth and biomass production in the subtropical forest zone of China's Zhejiang Province. Ecol Model, 219:264-275. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

087). Sun, J., Peng, C., McCaughey, H., Zhou, X., Thomas, V., Berninger, F., St-Onge, B. and Hua, D., (2008) Simulating carbon exchange of Canadian boreal forests: II. Comparing the carbon budgets of a boreal mixedwood stand to a black spruce forest stand. Ecol Model, 219:276-286. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

086). Zhou, X., Peng, C., Dang, Q.-L., Sun, J., Wu, H. and Hua, D., (2008) Simulating carbon exchange in Canadian Boreal forests: I. Model structure, validation, and sensitivity analysis. Ecol Model, 219:287-299.(DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

085). Haibin Wu, Joel Guiot, Changhui Peng, and Zhengtang Guo. (2008) New Coupled Model Used Inversely for Reconstructing Past Terrestrial Carbon Storage from Pollen Data: Validation of Model Using Modern Data (in press). (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

084). Pete Smith, Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Ivan A. Janssens, Stefan Reis, Gregg Marland, Jean-Francois Soussana, Torben R. Christensen, Linda Heath, Mike Apps, Vlady Alexeyev, Jingyun Fang, Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Juan Pablo Guerschman, Yao Huang, Esteban Jobbagy, Daniel Murdiyarso, Jian Ni, Antonio Nobre, Changhui Peng, Adrian Walcroft,  Shao Qiang Wang, Yude Pan, Guang Sheng Zhou. (2008)  Sectoral approaches to improve regional carbon budgets. Climate Change. DOI 10.1007/s10584-007-9378-5.(DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

083). Dong Liu, Ying Ge, Jie Chang, Changhui Peng, Binhe Gu, Gilbert YS Chan, and Xiaofu Wu. (2008) Constructed wetlands in China: recent developments and future challenges.(in press). (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT & Supplemental information)

082). Minghua Song, Deyu Duan, Hui Chen, Qiwu Hu, Feng Zhang, Xingliang Xu, Yuqiang Tian, Hua Ouyang and Changhui Peng. (2008) Leaf d13C reflects ecosystem patterns and responses of alpine plants to the environments on the Tibetan Plateau. (in press).(DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

081). Changhui Peng, Hua Ouyang, Qiong Gao, Yuan Jiang, Feng Zhang, Jun Li and Qiang Yu. (2007) Building a “Green” Railway in China, Science, Vol 316.(DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

080). Haibin Wu, Joel Guiot, Simon Brewer, Zhengtang Guo, and Changhui Peng. (2007)  Dominant factors controlling glacial and interglacial variations in the treeline elevation in tropical Africa. PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.0610109104 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

079). Tan, K., Piao, S., Peng, C.H., and Fang, J. (2007) Satellite-based estimation of biomass carbon stocks for northeast China’s forests between 1982 and 1999. Forest Ecology and Management, 240,114-121. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

078). Lei, X., Lu, Y., Peng, C.H., Zhang, X., Chang, J., and Hong, L. (2007) Growth and structure development of semi-natural larch-spruce-fir (Larix olgensis–Picea jezoensis–Abies nephrolepis) forests in northeast China: 12-year results after thinning. Forest Ecology and Management, 240, 165-177. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

077). Lei, X., Peng, C.H., Tian, D., and Sun, J.F. (2007) Meta-analysis and its application in global change research. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52, 289-302. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

076). Shuqing Zhao, Jingyun Fang, Changhui Peng, and Zhiyao Tang (2006) The Relationships Between Terrestrial Vertebrate Species Richness in China's Natural Reserves and Environmental Variables. Can. J. Zool., 84,1368-1374. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

075). Shuqing Zhao, Changhui Peng, Hong Jiang, Dalun Tian, Xiangdong Lei and Xiaolu Zhou (2006) Land use change in Asia and the ecological consequences.Eco. Res, DOI 10.1007/s11284-006-0048-2. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

074). Zhou, X., Peng, C.H., Dang, Q., Chen, J., Parton, S. (2006) A simulation of temporal and spatial variations in carbon at landscape level: A case study for Lake Abitibi Model Forest in Ontario, Canada. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, DOI: 10.1007/s11027-006-4583-5 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

073). Shuqing Zhao, Jingyun Fang, Changhui Peng, and Zhiyao Tang (2006). Relationships Between Species and Richness of Vascular Plants and Terrestrial Vertebrates in China: Analyses Based on Data of Nature Reserves. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15, 386-394. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

072). Shuqing Zhao, Jingyun Fang, Changhui Peng, Zhiyao Tang, and Shilong Piao (2006). Patterns of Fish Species Richness in China's Lake. Diversity and Distributions, 12, 189-194. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

071). Xiaolu Zhou, Changhui Peng, and Qinglai Dang (2006). Formulating and Parameterizing the Allocation of Net Primary Productivity for Modeling Overmature Stands in Boreal Forest Ecosystems. Ecological  Modelling, 195, 264-272. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

070). Xiaolu Zhou, Changhui Peng, Qinglai Dang, Jiaxin Chen, and Sue Parton (2005). Predicting Forest Growth and Yield in Northeastern Ontario using the Process-based Model of TRIPLEX1.0. Can. J. For. Res. 35, 2268-2280. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

069). Zhao, S., Fang, J. Miao, S., Gu B, Peng, C.H. and Z. Tang, (2005). Seven-decade degradation of a large freshwater lake in Central Yangtze River, China, Environment Science and Technology, 39: 431-436. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

068). Zimmerman, P., Price, M., Peng, C,H,, Capehrat, W., Updegraff, K. Kozak, P. Vierling, L. Kopp, F. Duke, G. and C. Das. (2005). C-Lock: a System for estimating and certifying carbon emission reduction credit for the sequestration of soil carbon on agricultural land. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change,10:307-331. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

067) Zhang, L.J., Peng, C.H. and Qinglai Dang (2004). Individual-tree basal area growth models for jack pine and black spruce in northern Ontario. Forestry Chronicle, 80(3): 366-374. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

066). Peng,, C.H. Lianjun Zhang, Xiaolu Zhou, Qinglai Dang, and Shongming Huang (2004). Developing and evaluating tree height-diameter models at three geographic scales for black spruce in Ontario. Nor. Appl. For. J,  21(2): 83-92. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

064). Zhou, X.L., Peng, C.H. and Q.L. Dang. (2004). Assessing the generality and accuracy of the TRIPLEX model using in situ data of boreal forests in central Canada. Environmental Modelling & Software, 19: 35-46. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

063). Wu, H., Z. Guo and C.H. Peng (2003). Distribution and storage of soil organic carbon in China. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 17(2): 1048-1050. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

062). Wu, H., Z. Guo and C.H. Peng (2003).Land use induced changes of organic carbon storage in soils of China. Global Change Biology, 9: 305-315. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

058). Peng, C.H., J. Liu, Q. Dang, Apps, and X. Zhou (2002). Developing carbon-based ecological indicators to monitor sustainability of Ontario’s forests, Ecological Indicators 1, 235-246 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

057). Zhang, L., C.H., Peng, S. Huang and X. Zhou (2002). Development and evaluation of ecoregion-based jack pine height-diameter models for Ontario. Forestry Chronicle, 78: 530-538. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

056). Jiang, H., M.J. Apps, C.H. Peng, Y., Zhang and J. X. Liu (2002). Modelling the influence of harvesting on Chinese boreal forest carbon dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management, 169 65-82 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

055). Liu, J.X., C.H., Peng, M.J. Apps, Q.L. Dang, E. Banfield and W. Kurz (2002). Historic carbon budget of Ontario’s Forest ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management, 169: 103-114 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

054). Peng, C.H., H. Jiang, M.J. Apps and Y. Zhang (2002). The effects of harvesting regimes on carbon and nitrogen dynamics of boreal forests in central Canada: a process model simulation. Ecological Modelling, 155: 177-189 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

053). Liu,J.X., C.H., Peng, Q.L. Dang, M.J. Apps and H. Jiang (2002). A component objective model strategy for reusing ecosystem models. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 35: 17-33 (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

052). Peng, C.H., J.X. Liu, Q.L. Dang, M.J. Apps and H. Jiang (2002). TRIPLEX: A generic hybrid model for predicting forest growth and carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Ecological Modellling, 153: 109-130. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

051). Fang, J.Y., A.P. Chen, C.H., Peng, S.Q. Zhao and L. Ci. (2001). Changes in forest biomass carbon storage in China between 1949 and 1998. Science, 292: 2320-2322. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

050). Fang, J.Y., Piao, S. Tang, Z. Peng, C.H. and J. Wei (2001). Interannaul net primary production and precipitation. Science, 293: 1723a. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

049). Peng, C.H., L. Zhang and J. Liu. (2001). Developing and validating nonlinear height-daimeter models for major tree species of Ontario's boreal forests, Nor. Appl. For. J., 18: 87-94.

 

048). Wu, H. Guo, Z. and C.H. Peng (2001). Terrestrial cabon storage and climate change since last glacial maxmum. Quaternary Sciences, 21: 366-376.

047). Lin, H. and C.H. Peng. (2001). The role of raster pixel size and shape in the geographic information system. Remote Sensing Information, 1: 21-23.

046). Peng, C.H. and M.J. Apps (2000). Simulating global soil-CO2 flux and its response to climate change. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 12: 257-265. 

042). Peng, C.H. (2000). From static biogeographical model to dynamic global vegetation model: a global perspective on modelling vegetation dynamics. Ecological Modelling, 135: 33-54. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

041). Peng, C.H.(2000). Understanding the role of forest simulation models in sustainable forest management, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 20: (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

037). Lin, H., Peng, C.H. and X. Sun. (2000). Geographic information system in forestry: pratice, problems and prospects. Forestry Studies in China, 2: 37-49. 

036). Peng, C.H. (2000). Growth and yield models for uneven-aged stands: Past, present, and future, Forest Ecology and Management, 132: 259-279. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

035). Peng, C.H.,and J. M. Apps (1999). Modeling the response of net primary productivity (NPP) of Boreal Forest ecosystems to changes in climate and fire disturbnace regimes, Ecological Modelling, 122: 175-193. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

034). Jiang, H., Peng, C.H., Apps, M.J., Zhang, Y.L., Woodard, P. and Z.M. Wang, (1999). Modeling the net primary productivity of temperate forest ecosystems in China by gap model, Ecological Modelling, 122: 225-238. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

033). Jiang, H., Apps, M.J., Zhang, Y.L., Peng, C.H., and P. Woodard, (1999). Modeling the spatial parttern of net primary productvity in Chinese forets, Ecological Modelling, 122: 275-288. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

032). Price, D.T., Peng, C.H., Apps, J.M., and D. Halliwell, (1999). Simulating effects of climate change on boreal ecosystem carbon pools in central Canada, Journal of Biogeography, 26: 1237-1248. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

031). Price, D.T., D. Halliwell, Apps, J.M., and C.H., Peng, (1999). Adapting a patch model to simulate the sensitivity of central-Canadian boreal ecosystems to climate variability. Journal of Biogeography, 26: 1101-1114. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

022). Peng, C.H., M. Apps, D.T. Price, I. A. Nalder and D. Halliwell.(1998). Simulating carbon dynamics along the Boreal Forest Transect Case Study (BFTCS) in the Central of Canada: I: model testing. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 12: 381-392. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

021). Peng, C.H., and M. Apps,(1998). Simulating carbon dynamics along the Boreal Forest Transect Case Study (BFTCS) in the Central of Canada: II: sensitivity to climate change. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 12: 393-402. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

020). Peng, C.H., Guiot, J., and E.Van Campo,(1998) Past and future carbon balance of European ecosystems from pollen data and climatic models simulations, Global and Planetary Changes, 18: 189-200. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

019). Peng, C.H., Guiot, J. and Van Campo, E. (1998). Estimating changes in terrestrial vegetation and carbon storage: Using palaeoecogical data and models, Quaternary Science Review, 17: 719-735. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

014). Peng, C.H. and M. J. Apps (1997). Contribution of China to the global carbon cycle since Last Glacial Maximum: reconstruction from paleovegetation maps and an empirical biosphere model, Tellus, 49B: 393-408.   

012). Peng, C.H., Guiot, J., Van Campo, E. and Cheddadi,R. (1995). Temporal and spatial variations of terrestrial biomes and carbon storage since 13 000 yr BP in Europe: reconstruction from pollen data and statistical models, Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 82: 375-391.

011). Peng,C.H.,Guiot,J.,and Van Campo, E. (1995).Reconstruction of the past terrestrial carbon storage from a combined use of the Osnabrück Biosphere Model and palaeodata. Climate Research, 5: 107-118. ABSTRACT

010). Peng,C.H.,Guiot, J.,Van Campo,E.and Cheddadi,R.(1995).The variations of carbon storage in the terrestrial ecosystems in Europe at 6000 yr BP: estimate from pollen using two empirical models. Journal of Biogeography, 22: 863-873.  (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

009). Van Campo,E,Guiot,J.,Peng,C.H.,Guy, J., Thierry, G. Muriel, L.and Cheddadi,R.(1995).Variation du reservoir continental de carbone associée au changement glaciaire-interglaciaire, Les Dossiers de l'Environnement, 8: 243-251.

007). Peng,C.H.,Guiot,J.,Van Campo, E. and Cheddadi,R (1994).The vegetation carbon storage variation in Europe since 6000 yr BP: Reconstruction from pollen. Journal of Biogeography, 21:19-31. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

006). Van Campo,E.,Guiot,J.and Peng C.H.(1993).The database reappraisal of the terrestrial carbon budget at the Last Glacial Maximum. Global and Planetary Changes, 8: 189-201.

005). Peng,C.H.and Zhong X.Q.(1990). Dynamic simulation analysis of N. P. K. in the Chinese Fir plantation Ecosystem. Journal of Central-South Forestry University, 10: 155-164 (in Chinese with English abstract).

004). Zhong X.Q.and Peng,C.H.(1990).Application in researching forest resources costume-system with method of Grey-Relationship analysis. Journal of Forestry survey and Planning of China, 8: 28-33 (in Chinese).

003). Liu,Sh,Chai,Y., Cai,T.and Peng, C.H.(1990).Study on biomass and net primary productivity of DAHURIAN Larch plantation. Journal of North-East Forestry University, 18: 40-46 (in Chinese with English abstract).

002). Peng,C.H.(1989).Study on problems of the risk management of forestry industry enterprise. Journal of Forestry Economic Research, 1: 14-21 (in Chinese).

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters and Reports:

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters and Reports:

061) Zhou, X.  Changhui Peng, Qing-Lai Dang, Jianxin Chen, and Sue Parton. 2004 Quantifying Temporal and Spatial Variations of Carbon Stocks and Fluxes at Lake Abitibi Model Forest in Ontario, Canada. Final Project Report, pp. 23. Sustainable Forest Management Network, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

060) Zhou, X., Peng, C.H., Dang, Q.L., Chen, J. and S. Parton, 2004. Simulating Forest Growth and Carbon Dynamics of the Lake Abitibi Model Forest in Northeastern Ontario, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, OFRI-REP. 163, pp. 29.

059) Peng, C.H. and Lin, H. (2002). Artificial Neural Networks and Their Applications in Forest Resource In: Lectures in Modern Ecology: From Basic Science to Environmental Issues. (eds. Jianguo Wu,  Xingguo Han, and Jianhui Huang).  Science and Technology Press, Beijing (in Chinese with English Abstract).

045).Peng, C,H., Zhang, L. Huang, S., Zhou, X., Parton, J. and M. Woods (2001). Developing ecoregion-based height-diameter models for jack pine and black spruce in Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest research Institute, OFRI-Rep. 159. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

039). Peng, C.H. and Y. Pan, (2000). Terrestrial vegetation productivity and geographical distribution. In: J. Fan et al. (eds.). pp. 191-212, Global Ecology, China High Education Press, Beijing.

038). Guiot, J., I.C. Prentice, C.H. Peng, D. Jolly, F. Laarif and B. Smith. (2000) Reconstructing and modelling past changes in terrestrial primary production. In J. Roy, B. Suager, and H. Mooney (eds.) Terrestrial Global Productivity, pp.479-498, Academic Press, San Diego.

029). Apps, M.J., Bhatti, J.S., Halliwell, D.H., Jianf, H. and C.H. Peng. (2000). Simulating carbon dynamics in the boreal forest of central Canada under uniform and random disturbance regimes. Advances in Soil Science. In: Global Climate Change and Cold Regions Ecosystems. (eds. R.Lal, J.M. Kimble, B.A. Stewart). CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, Fla. pp.107-122.

028). Peng, C.H., J.X.. Liu, M.J. Apps, Q.L. Dang and W. Kurz. 2000. Quantifying Ontario’s Forest Carbon Budget I. Carbon Stocks and Fluxes of Forest Ecosystems in 1990. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, OFRI-Rep. 158. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

027). Peng, C.H. (1999). Nonlinear height-diameter models for nine boreal forest tree species in Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources, pp. 28. Ontario Forest Research Institite, OFRI-Rep.155. (DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT)

026). Peng, C.H. and X.Wen (1999). Recent applications of artificial neural networks in forest resource management: an overview. In: U. Corté and M.Sànche-Marrè (eds.). Environmental Decision Support Systems and Artificial Intelligence. pp. 15-22, AAAI Technical Reports WS-99-07, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA.

023). Peng, C.H., J. M. Apps, and D. Halliwell, (1998). Development of ecological-based indicators for sustainable forest management in Canada. In: Exploration of Sustainable Development Strategy, D.H. Qin (ed.), China Environmental Science Press, Beijing, pp.149-157. (in Chinese)

017). Peng, C.H., M.J. Apps (1997). A coupled CENTURY model-GIS approach for evaluation of the sustainability of Canadian boreal forests under a changing environment. In Operational Decision-Support Systems in Nature Resource Management. pp. 316-323. GIS'97 Conference Proceeding, GIS World Inc. Vancouver, Canada.

016). Peng, C.H., Wei, X.H, and M.J. Apps (1997) Biogeographical models and their application to the global climate change studies, In: Eco-environmental Research and Sustainable Development, Edited by Xiaofeng Chen, Xiaofeng Dai and Tom Hutao, pp.393-408, China Environmental Science Press, Beijing.

015). Wei, X.H., Peng, C.H. and J.P. Kimmins (1997). Impacts of intensive timber harvesting on sustainability of long-term site productivity. In: Eco-environmental Research and Sustainable Development, Edited by Xiaofeng Chen, Xiaofeng Dai and Tom Hutao, pp.343-368, China Environmental Science Press, Beijing.

Conference Proceedings:

044).Peng, C,H., Liu, J., Dang, Q., and X. Zhou (2001). TRIPLEX: A generic hybrid models for predicting forest growth and carbon budgets. In: 6th International CO2 conference, pp. 849-852. Sendai, Japan.

043).Peng, C,H., Liu, J., Dang, Q., Zhou, X. and M.J. Apps (2001). Modelling complex forest ecosystems: A hybrid model simulation approach. In: Forest Modelling for Ecosystem Management, Forest Certification,and Sustainable Management. V. LeMay and P. Marshall (eds.). pp. 125-138. University of BC.

025). Peng, C.H., Jiang, J. and M.J. Apps, (1999). Simulating effects of climate change on structure and function of boreal forests ecosystems in central Canada. In: The 1999 Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference: Science and practice - sustaining the boreal forest, T.S. Veenam, D.W. Smith, B.G. Purdy, F.J. Salkie and G. A. Larkin (eds.), pp. 405-412, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

024). Jiang, J., M.J. Apps and C.H. Peng, (1999). Modeling the effects of fire disturbances on carbon dynamics of boreal forests in central Canada. In: The 1999 Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference: Science and practice - sustaining the boreal forest, T.S. Veenam, D.W. Smith, B.G. Purdy, F.J. Salkie and G. A. Larkin (eds.), pp. 393-404, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

018). Peng, C.H., Smith, D. and J. Hayden, (1998). Understanding the role of forest simulation models in sustainable forest management. In: Third International Conference on Forest Vegetation Management, R.G.Wagner and D.G.Thomposn (eds.). Forest Research Information Paper No.141, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, pp.245-247.

013). Peng CH, Apps MJ, Nalder, IA and Price DT, 1996. Simulating Soil Carbon Dynamics along a Boreal Forest Transect Case Study (BFTCS) in Central Canada, Suppl. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 77: 348.

Thesis and Book:

008). Peng, C.H. (1994). Reconstruction of past terrestrial biomes and carbon storage from pollen data and biosphere models since Last Glacial Maximum, Ph.D Dissertation, Published by Atelier National de Reproduction des Thèse, Université de Pierre-Mendes, Grenoble, France, p.104 (in French).

001). Peng, C.H. and X.H.Wei (eds.) (1990). Forest Accounting and Management, Press of Central-South Forestry University, Hunan, P.R. China, p.185 (in Chinese).

000). Peng, C.H. (1985). Modelling forest growth and nutrient cycle in the Chinese Fir plantation ecosystem, B.Sc thesis, Central-South Forestry University, Hunan, P.R. China, p. 45 (in Chinese).

 

 


 

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