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Biography

Prof. Feng Li

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Email: lifeng@rcees.ac.cn


Qualifications


2012 Visiting Scholar of Stanford University, USA

2004 Ph.D., Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2001 M.Sc., Chinese Academy of Forestry, China

1996 B.Sc., Inner Mongolia Agriculture University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Li Feng, Ye Yaping, Song Bowen, Wang Rusong, Tao Yu. Assessing the changes in land use and ecosystem services in Changzhou municipality, Peoples’ Republic of China, 1991-2006. Ecological Indicators. 2014, 42: 95-103.
  2. Li Feng,* Wang Rusong, Zhao Dan. Urban ecological infrastructure based on ecosystem services:status,problems and perspectives. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2014, 34(1): 190-200 (in Chinese).
  3. Wang Rusong, Li Feng. Urban eco-complex and eco-space management. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2014, 34(1): 1-11(in Chinese).
  4. Zhao Dan, Li Feng*, Yang Qingrui, Wang Rusong, Song Yingshi, Tao Yu. The influence of different types of urban land use on soil microbial biomass and functional diversity in Beijing, China. Soil Use and Management, 2013, 29: 230-239.
  5. Li Feng. Accounting and Management Approaches for Urban Ecological Land. Beijing: China Science and Technology Press. ISBN: 978-7-5640-6462-4, 2013 (in Chinese).
  6. Zhao Dan, Li Feng*, Wang Rusong, Yang Qingrui, Ni Hongshan. The effect of soil sealing on the microbial biomass, nitrogen transformation and related enzyme activities at various depths of soils in urban area of Beijing, China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2012, 12: 519-530.
  7. Han Yongwei, Li Feng*, Gao Jixi. Evaluation of the Radiation Benefits of Soil Conservation Services in the Longdong Loess Plateau Important Eco-Function Area in China. Disaster Advances, 2012, 5S1):146-151.
  8. Zhao Dan, Li Feng*, Wang Rusong. The effects of different urban land use patterns on soil microbial biomass nitrogen and enzyme activities in urban area of Beijing, China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2012, 32: 144-149.
  9. Li Feng, Liu Xusheng, Zhao Dan, WangBeibei, Jin Jiasheng, Hu Dan. Evaluating and modeling ecosystem service loss of coal miningA case study of Mentougou district of Beijing, China. Ecological Complexity, 2011, 8(2): 139-143.
  10. Yang Wenrui, Li Feng*, Wang Rusong, Hu Dan. Ecological benefits assessment and spatial modeling of urban ecosystem for controlling urban sprawl in Eastern Beijing. Ecological Complexity, 2011, 8(2): 153-160.
  11. Chang Hsiaofei, Li Feng*, Li Zhengguo, Wang Rusong Yang Wenrui. Urban landscape pattern design from the viewpoint of networks: A case study of Chanzhou city in Southeast China. Ecological Complexity, 2011, 8(1): 51-59.
  12. Wang Rusong, Li Feng, Hu Dan, B. Larry Li. Understanding Eco-complexity: Social-Economic-Natural Complex Ecosystem Approach. Ecological Complexity. 2011, 8(1): 15-29.
  13. Wang Rusong, Li Feng, Juergen Paulussen. Conjugate ecopolis planningBalancing eco-service and human well being in Beijing. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2010, 1195: E131-E144.
  14. Wang Rusong, Hu Dan, Li Feng. Integrative Ecological Management for Regional Urbanization, Beijing: China Meteorological Press. ISBN: 978-7-5029-4694-4, 2010 (in Chinese).
  15. Li Feng, Liu Xusheng, Hu Dan, Wang Rusong, Yang Wenrui, Li Dong, Zhaodan. Measurement Indicators and an Evaluation Approach for Assessing Sustainable Urban Development. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2009, 903-4: 134-142.
  16. Wang RusongLi Feng. Eco-complexity and sustainability in China's water management. Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Pavel Kabat, Jorn M oltgen (Editors). Adaptive and integrated water management——Coping with complexity and uncertainty. SpringerBerlinHeidelbergNew York, P. 23-38. ISBN 978-3-540-75940-9. 2006.