Prof. Jintun Zhang

College of Life Sciences

Beijing Normal University, China






1991  Ph.D., University of Wales, United Kingdom

1991  M.Sc., Shanxi University, China

1982  B.Sc., Shanxi University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Zhang J-T, Xiao J, Li LF. Variation of Plant Functional Diversity Along a Disturbance Gradient in Mountain Meadows of the Donglingshan Reserve, Beijing, China. Russian Journal of Ecology, 2015, 46(2): 157–166.
  2. Zhang J-T, Shao D. Attributes of forest diversity in the Yunmeng Mountain National Forest Park in Beijing, China. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 2015, 13(3): 769-782.
  3. Zhang J-T, Zhang B, Qian ZY. Functional diversity of Cercidiphyllum japonicum, communities in the Shennongjia Reserve, central China. Journal of Forestry Research, 2015, 26(1): 171–177.
  4. Zhang J-TLi MNie EB. Pattern of functional diversity along an altitudinal gradient in the Baihua Mountain Reserve of Beijing, China. Brazilian Journal of Botany, 2014, 37: 37-45.
  5. Zhang J-T, Zhang B, Li M, Zhu X. Functional diversity and conservation of Phellodendron amurense communities in the Dongling Mountain of Beijing, China. Botanical Sciences, 2013, 91 (4): 505-513.
  6. Li SQ, Di XY, Wu DM, Zhang J-T. Effects of sewage sludge and nitrogen fertilizer on herbage growth and soil fertility improvement in restoration of the abandoned opencast mining areas in Shanxi, China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2013, 70: 3323-3333.
  7. Zhang J-T, Xu B, Li M. Vegetation patterns and species diversity along elevational and disturbance gradients in the Baihua Mountain Reserve, Beijing, China. Mountain Research and Development, 2013. 33(2): 170-178.
  8. Zhang J-T, Song NQ, Fan LH. Evaluation of nine distance-based measures of functional diversity applied to forest communities. Annals of Forest Research, 2013, 56(1): 43-52.
  9. Ru W, Zhang J-T. Ecological study of forests dominated by endangered species, Taxus chinensis var. mairei, in Shanxi of China. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 2012, 10(4): 457-470.
  10. Yang HX, Lu Q, Wu B, Zhang J-T. Seed dispersal of East Asian coastal dune plants via seawater – short and long distance dispersal. Flora, 2012, 207: 701-706.
  11. Zhang J-T, Wang C. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: exploring large-scale patterns in Mainland China. iForest-Biogeoscience and Forestry, 2012, 5: 230-234.
  12. Zhang J-T, Xiang CL, Li M. Integrative ecological sensitivity (IES) applied to assessment of eco-tourism impact on forest vegetation landscape: A case from the Baihua Mountain Reserve of Beijing, China. Ecological Indicators, 2012, 18: 365-370.
  13. Zhang J-T, Xiang CL, Li M. Effects of tourism and topography on vegetation diversity in the subalpine meadows of the Dongling Mountains of Beijing, China. Environmental Management, 2012, 49: 403-411.
  14. Cheng JJ, Mi XC, Nadrowski K, Ren HB, Zhang J-T, Ma KP. Separating the effect of mechanisms shaping species-abundance distributions at multiple scales in a subtropical forest. Oikos 2012, 121: 236-244.
  15. Zhang J-T, Xu B, Li M. Diversity of communities dominated by Glycyrrhiza uralensis, an endangered medicinal plant species, along a precipitation gradient in China. Botanical Studies, 2011, 52: 493-501.
  16. Zhu XZ, Zhang J-T, Ma KP. Soil biota reduce allelopathic effects of the invasive Eupatorium adenophorum. PloS ONE, 2011, 6(9): e25393:1-6.
  17. Suri Guga, Zhang J-T, Zhang B, Cheng JJ, Zhang QD, Tian SG and Liu SJ. Forest community analysis in the Songshan National Nature Reserve of China using self-organizing map. Russian Journal of Ecology, 2011, 42 (3): 216–222.
  18. Zhang J-T and Zhang F. Ecological relations between forest communities and environmental variables in the Lishan Mountain Nature Reserve, China. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 2011, 6(2): 248-259.
  19. Zhang J-T, Dai Z and Zhang QD. Two methods for detecting landscape associations based on a landscape map. Landscape and Ecological Engineering 2011, 7: 145-151.
  20. Zhang J-T, Dong YR. Factors affecting species diversity of plant communities and the restoration process in the loess area of China. Ecological Engineering, 2010, 36: 345-350.