LIU Dongwei

Release Time:2017-07-19 Big Small

Assistant professor, Group of Stable Isotope Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology. Chinese Academy of Sciences.

72 Wenhua Road, Shenyang 110016, China

Tel: +86-24-83970571

E-mail:dwliu@iae.ac.cn

 

Education

B.S., 2009, Gansu Agriculture University, Grassland science,

M.S., 2012, Northeast Agriculture University, Grassland science,

Ph.D., 2016, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ecology,

Thesis title: "The 15N natural abundance (δ15N) of soil available nitrogen in northern China grasslands".

 

Professional experience

 

Visiting scholar of State University of New York-Binghamton University (2014-2015)

Assistant Professor of Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2016-)

 

Honors

Scholarship of China Scholarship Council (2014)

Excellent student title of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2014)

National Scholarship of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2014)

 

Projects

The contributions of denitrification, anammox, and codenitrification to soil dinitrogen losses in temperate forests, National Natural Science foundation of China, 200,000RMB, 2017-2019, PI;

Impacts of warming and nitrogen deposition on plant nitrogen uptake, soil N cycle and greenhouse gases emission of forests of northeastern China, Bureau of Frontier sciences and education Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1,250,000 RMB, 2016-2020, PI.

 

Publications

  1. 1. Dongwei Liu, Weixing Zhu*, Xiaobo Wang, Yuepeng Pan, Chao Wang, Dan Xi, Edith Bai, Yuesi Wang, Xingguo Han, Yunting Fang*. (2017) Abiotic versus biotic controls on soil nitrogen cycling in drylands along a 3200 km transect. Biogeosciences, 14: 989-1001.

    2. Pan, Y., Tian, S.,Liu, D., Fang, Y., Zhu, X., Zhang, Q., Zheng, B., Michalski, G., and Wang, Y.: Fossil Fuel Combustion-Related Emissions Dominate Atmospheric Ammonia Sources during Severe Haze Episodes: Evidence from 15N-Stable Isotope in Size-Resolved Aerosol Ammonium, Environmental Science & Technology, 50, 8049-8056, 2016.

    3. Tu, Y., Fang, Y., Liu, D., and Pan, Y.: Modifications to the azide method for nitrate isotope analysis, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 30, 1213-1222, 2016.

    4. Wang, C., Liu, D., Luo, W., Fang, Y., Wang, X., Lü, X., Jiang, Y., Han, X., and Bai, E.: Variations in leaf carbon isotope composition along an arid and semi-arid grassland transect in northern China, Journal of Plant Ecology, doi: 10.1093/jpe/rtw006, 2016. 2016.

    5. Fang, Y., Koba, K., Makabe, A., Takahashi, C., Zhu, W., Hayashi, T., Hokari, A. A., Urakawa, R., Bai, E., and Houlton, B. Z., Xi, D., Zhang, S., Matsushita, K., Tu, Y., Liu D., Zhu F., Wang Z., Zhou, G., Chen D., Makita., T., Toda, H., Liu, X., Chen, Q., Zhang, D., Li, Y., and Yoh, M. : Microbial denitrification dominates nitrate losses from forest ecosystems, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, 1470-1474, 2015.

    6. Wang, C., Wang, X., Liu, D., Wu, H., Lü, X., Fang, Y., Cheng, W., Luo, W., Jiang, P., and Shi, J.: Aridity threshold in controlling ecosystem nitrogen cycling in arid and semi-arid grasslands, Nature Communications, 5, 4799doi:4710.1038/ncomms5799, 2014.

    7. Liu, D., Fang, Y., Tu, Y., and Pan, Y.: Chemical method for nitrogen isotopic analysis of ammonium at natural abundance, Analytical Chemistry, 86, 3787-3792, 2014.