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CV-YUNTING FANG, GROUP LEADER

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Research Interests

I have diverse research interests. By using stable isotope labelling and natural abundance approaches, I devote to 1) explore effects of N deposition on forest ecosystems; 2) reveal tree growth and N cycling in the past 150 years; 3) quantify nitrogenous gas losses from terrestrial ecosystems soils; 4) examine if plants have N uptake preference or plasticity and link them to plant biodiversity; and 5) quantify atmospheric inorganic N and partition their N sources in the present time and in the past.

So far I have published more than 100 peer-viewed papers, of which 60 were SCI papers. As leading and/or correspondence author, I have published 27 papers in international journals, including PNAS, Global Change Biology, Atmospheric chemistry and Physics, Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Science and Technology, Ecosystems, Biogeosciences, Oecologia, Journal of Geophysical Research, Tellus B, Plant and Soil, Forest Ecology and Management. My total SCI citation is1800 times, and my H-index is 16 based on web of science. My research ID is G-4456-2012.

Projects

1.      2016/07-2021/06, Biological mechanisms underlying the coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in forests and grasslands from northeastern China. Funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China.PI.

2.      2016/01-2020/12, 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. PI.

3.      2015/01-2017/12, "Nitrogen cycling in forest ecosystems", Funded by the National Science Foundation of China (NSFC). PI.

4.      2014/01-2019/12, Soil microbes drive nitrogen biogeochemical cycling in cropland soil in Northeast China. Funded by Strategic Priority Research Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences. PI.

5.      2014/01-2017/12, To quantify rates of nitrification and denitrification from forests in southern China using natural abundance of nitrate isotopes. Funded by the National Science Foundation of China (NSFC). PI.

Publications

1.      Quan Z, Huang B, Lu CY, Shi Y, Chen X, Zhou JB, Fang YT*. (2018) Formation of extractable organic nitrogen in an agricultural soil: A 15N labeling study. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 118, 161-165.

2.      Ang Wang, Weixing Zhu, Per Gundersen, Oliver L. Phillips, Dexiang Chen*, Yunting Fang*. (2018) Fates of atmospheric deposited nitrogen in an Asian tropical primary forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 411, 213-222.

3.      Chongjuan Chen, Yufu Jia, Yuzhen Chen, Imran Mehmood, Yunting Fang, Guoan Wang*. (2018) Nitrogen isotopic composition of plants and soils in an arid mountainous terrain: south slope versus north slope. Biogeosciences, 15, 369–377.

4.      Deliang Lu, G. Geoff Wang, Jinxin Zhang, Yunting Fang, Chunyu Zhu, Jiaojun Zhu*. (2018) Converting larch plantations to mixed stands: Effects of canopy treatment on the survival and growth of planted seedlings with contrasting shade tolerance. Forest Ecology and Management, 409, 19-28.

5.      Libin Wu, Xiaodong Liu*, Yunting Fang, Shengjie Hou, Liqiang Xu, Xueying Wang, Pingqing Fu. (2018) Nitrogen cycling in the soil–plant system along a series of coral islands affected by seabirds in the South China Sea.Science of the Total Environment, 627, 166-175.

6.      Ren HY(#), Xu ZW(#), Isbell F, Huang JH, Han XG, Wan SQ, Wang RZ, Chen SP, Zeng DH, Jiang Y, Fang YT*. (2017) Exacerbated nitrogen limitation ends transient stimulation of grassland productivity by increased precipitation. Ecological Monographs,87, 457–469. 

7.      Zong Z, Wang X, Tian C*, Chen Y, Fang YT*, Zhang F, Li C, Sun J, Li J, Zhang G. (2017) First assessment of NOx sources at a regional background site in North China using isotopic analysis linked with modeling. Environmental Science & Technology, 51:5923.

8.      Liu DW (#), Zhu WX*, Wang XB (#), Pan YP, Wang C, Xi D, Bai E, Wang YS, Han XG, Fang YT*. (2017) Abiotic versus biotic controls on soil nitrogen cycling in drylands along a 3200 km transect. Biogeosciences,14, 989–1001.

9.      Quan Z, Li SL, Zhu FF, Zhang LM, He JZ, Wei WX, Fang YT*. (2017) Fates of 15N-labeled fertilizer in a black soil-maize system and the response to straw incorporation in Northeast China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11368-017-1857-3.  

10.  Tao Yan, Jiaojun Zhu*, Yunting Fang, Kai Yang, Mingcai Li (2017): Effects of thinning on nitrogen status of a larch plantation, illustrated by 15N natural abundance and N resorption, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/02827581.2017.1391956.

11.  Qin SP, Pang YX, Clough T, Wrage-Mönnig N, Hu CS*, Zhang YM, Zhou SG, Fang YT. (2017) N2 production via aerobic pathways may play a significant role in nitrogen cycling in upland soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 108:36-40.

12.  Li RS, Yang QP*, Zhang WD, Zheng WH, Chi YG, Xu M, Fang YT, Gessler A, Li MH, Wang SL. (2017) Thinning effect on photosynthesis depends on needle ages in a Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation. Science of the Total Environment, 580: 900-906.

13.  Pan YP*, Liu YW, Wentworth G, Zhang L, Zhao YH, Li Y, Liu XJ, Du EZ, Fang YT, Xiao HW. (2017) Letter to the editor: Critical assessments of the current state of scientific knowledge, terminology, and research needs concerning the ecological effects of elevated atmospheric nitrogen deposition in China. Atmospheric Environment, 153: 109-116.

14.  Pan YP*, Tian SL, LiuDW, Fang YT*, Zhu XY, Zhang Q, Zheng B, Michalski G, Wang YS. (2016) 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 and Technology, 50 (15): 8049–8056.  

15.  Xi D, Bai R, Zhang LM, Fang YT*. (2016) Contribution of anammox to nitrogen removal in two temperate forest soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 82(15): 4602–4612. 

16.  Tu Y, Fang YT*, Liu DW, Pan YP.(2016)Modifications to the azide method for nitrate isotope analysis. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 30, 1213–1222. 

17.  Pan YP*, Tian SL, LiuDW, Fang YT*, Zhu XY, Zhang Q, Zheng B, Michalski G, Wang YS. (2016) Reply to Comment on "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 and Technology, 50 (19): 10767–10768. 

18.  Gurmesa G, Abdisa, Lu XK, Gundersen P, Mao QG, Zhou KJ, Fang YT, Mo JM*. (2016) High retention of 15N‐labeled nitrogen deposition in a nitrogen saturated old‐growth tropical forest, Global Change Biology, 22, 3608–3620, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13327.

19.  Zhang WD, Chao L, Yang QP, Wang QK, Fang YT, Wang SL*. (2016) Litter quality mediated nitrogen effect on plant litter decomposition regardless of soil fauna presence. Ecology, 97(10), 2016: 2834–2843. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1515.

20.  Quan Z, Huang B, Lu CY*, Shi Y, Che X, Zhang HY, Fang YT.(2016) The fate of fertilizer nitrogen in a high nitrate accumulated agricultural soil. Scientific Reports,6.DOI: 10.1038/srep21539.

21.  Yang M, Fang YT, Sun D, Shi YL*. (2016) Efficiency of two nitrification inhibitors (dicyandiamide and 3, 4-dimethypyrazole phosphate) on soil nitrogen transformations and plant productivity: a meta-analysis. Scientific Reports, 6.DOI: 10.1038/srep22075.

22.  Liu WL, Qi L, Fang YT, YangJ*. (2016) Wildfire effects on ecosystem nitrogen cycling in a Chinese boreal larch forest, revealed by 15N natural abundance. Biogeosciences Discussions. doi:10.5194/bg-2016-91.

23.  Fang YT, Koba K*, Makabe A, Takahashi C, Zhu WX, Hayashi T, Hokari AA, Urakawa, Bai E, Houlton BZ, Xi D, Zhang SS, Matsushita K, Tu Y, Liu DW, Zhu FF, Wang ZY, Zhou GY, Chen DX, Makita T, Toda H, Liu XY, Chen QS, Zhang DQ, Li YD, Yoh M. (2015) Microbial denitrification dominates nitrate losses from forest ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 112(5), 1470-1474.  

24.  Zhang SS, Fang YT*, Xi D. (2015) Adaptation of micro-diffusion method for the analysis of 15N natural abundance of ammonium in samples with small volume. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29(14), 1297-1306.  

25.  Bai R, Xi D, He JZ, Hu HW, Fang YT*, Zhang LM*. (2015) Activity, abundance and community structure of anammox bacteria along depth profiles in three contrasting paddy soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 91, 212–221. 

26.  Ren HY, Xu ZW, Huang JH, Lu XT, Zeng DH, Yuan ZY, Han XG, Fang YT*. (2015) Increased precipitation induces a positive plant-soil feedback in a semi-arid grassland.Plant and Soil, 389(1-2), 211–223. 

27.  Hu FL, Liu B, Liu ZM*, Fang YT, Busso CA. (2015) Effects of grazing on plant species diversity and carbon partitioning in semiarid rangelands of northeastern China. Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, 84(1): 209-221.

28.  Liu DW, Fang YT*, Tu Y, Pan YP. (2014) Chemical method for nitrogen isotopic analysis of ammonium at natural abundance. Analytical Chemistry, 86(8): 3787–3792.

29.  Wang A, Fang YT*, Chen DX*, Koba K, Makabe A, Li YD, Luo TS, and Yoh M. (2014) Variations in 15N natural abundance of plant and soil systems in four remote tropical rainforests, southern China. Oecologia, 174:567–580. 

30.  Wang C (#), Wang XB (#), Liu DW, Wu HH, Lu XT, Fang YT, Cheng WX, Luo WT, Jiang P, Shi JS, Yin HQ, Zhou JZ, Han XG* and Bai E*. (2014) Aridity threshold in controlling ecosystem nitrogen cycling in arid and semi-arid grasslands. Nature Communications, 5.DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5799.

31.  Zhang W*, Wang K, Luo YQ, Fang YT, Yan JH, Zhang T, Zhu XM, Chen H, Wang WY, Mo JM (2014). Methane uptake in forest soils along an urban-to-rural gradient in Pearl River Delta, South China. Scientific Reports, 4. DOI: 10.1038/srep05120.

32.  Fang YT, Wang XM*, Zhu FF, Wu ZY, Li J, Zhong LJ, Chen DH and Yoh M. (2013) Three-decade changes in chemical composition of precipitation in Guangzhou city, southern China: has precipitation recovered from acidification following sulphur dioxide emission control? Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 65, 20213, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusb.v65i0.20213.  

33.  Fang YT*, Koba K, Yoh M, Makabe A and Liu XY. (2013) Patterns of foliar δ15N and their control in Eastern Asian forests. Ecological Research, 28(5): 735-748. 

34.  Liu XY, Koba K*, Takebayashi Y, Liu CQ, Fang YT, Muneoki Y. (2013) Dual N and O isotopes of nitrate in natural plants: first insights into individual variability and organ-specific patterns.Biogeochemistry,114(1-3): 399-411. 

35.  Wang XM*,Wu ZY, Shao M, Fang YT, Zhang LM, Chen F, Chan PW, Fan Q, Wang Q, Zhu SJ and Bao RY. (2013) Atmospheric nitrogen deposition to forest and estuary environments in the Pearl River Delta region, southern China. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 65, 20480, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusb.v65i0.20480.  

36.  Zhao L, Hu YL, Lin GG, Gao YC, Fang YT, Zeng DH*. (2013) Mixing effects of understory plant litter on decomposition and nutrient release of tree litter in two plantations in northeast China. Plos One, 8(10),e76334.  

37.  Fang YT, Koba K*, Makabe A, Zhu FF, Fan SY, Liu XY, Yoh M. (2012) Low δ18O values of nitrate produced from nitrification in temperate forest soils. Environmental Science & Technology, 46(16): 8723-8730. 

38.  Koba K, Fang YT*, Mo JM, Zhang W, Lu XK, Liu L, Zhang T, Takebayashi Y, Toyoda S, Yoshida N, Suzuki K, Yoh M, Senoo K. (2012) The 15N natural abundance of the N lost from an N-saturated subtropical forest in southern China. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, DOI: 10.1029/2010JG001615.

39.  Li J, Fang YT*, Yoh M, Wang XM, Wu ZY, Kuang YW, Dazhi Wen*. (2012) Organic nitrogen deposition in precipitation in metropolitan Guangzhou city of southern China. Atmospheric Research, 113: 57–67.

40.  Lu XK, Mo JM, Gilliam FS, Fang H, Zhu FF, Fang YT, Zhang W, Huang J. (2012) Nitrogen Addition Shapes Soil Phosphorus Availability in Two Reforested Tropical Forests in Southern China. Biotropica, 44(3): 302-311.

41.  Isobe K, Koba K, Suwa Y, Ikutani J, Fang YT, Yoh M, Mo JM, Otsuka S, Senoo K. (2012) High abundance of ammonia-oxidizing archaea in acidified subtropical forest soils in southern China after long-term N deposition.FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 80(1): 193-203.

42.  Liu XY, Koba K, Takebayashi Y, Liu CQ, Fang YT, Yoh M. (2012) Preliminary insights into delta N-15 and delta O-18 of nitrate in natural mosses: A new application of the denitrifier method. Environmental Pollution, 162: 48-55.

43.  Isobe K, Koba K, Suwa Y, Ikutani J, Kuroiwa M, Fang YT, Yoh M, Mo JM, Otsuka S, Senoo K. (2012) Nitrite transformations in an N-saturated forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 52: 61-63.

44.  Fang YT*, Yoh M, Koba K, Zhu WX, Takebayashi Y, Xiao YH, Lei CY, Mo JM, Zhang W, Lu XK. (2011) Nitrogen deposition and forest nitrogen cycling along an urban-rural transect in southern China. Global Change Biology, 17(2): 872-885.

45.  Fang YT*, Koba K, Wang XM, Wen DZ, Li J, Takebayashi Y, Liu XY, Yoh, M.  (2011) Anthropogenic imprints on nitrogen and oxygen isotopic composition of precipitation nitrate in a nitrogen-polluted city in southern China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11(3): 1313-1325.

46.  Fang YT*, Gundersen P, Vogt RD, Koba K, Chen FS, Chen XY, Yoh M. (2011) Atmospheric deposition and leaching of nitrogen in Chinese forest ecosystems. Journal of Forest Research, 16(5): 341-350.

47.  Lu XK, Mo JM, Gilliam FS, Yu GR, Zhang W, Fang YT, Huang J. (2011) Effects of experimental nitrogen additions on plant diversity in tropical forests of contrasting disturbance regimes in southern China. Environmental Pollution, 159(10): 2228-2235.

48.  Hu XF, Chen FS, Nagle G, Fang YT, Yu MQ. (2011) Soil phosphorus fractions and tree phosphorus resorption in pine forests along an urban-to-rural gradient in Nanchang, China.Plant and Soil, 346(1-2): 97-106.

49.  Lu XK, Mo JM, Gilliam FS, Zhou GY, Fang YT. (2010) Effects of experimental nitrogen additions on plant diversity in an old-growth tropical forest. Global Change Biology, 16(10): 2688-2700.

50.  Koba K, Isobe K, Takebayashi Y, Fang YT, Sasaki Y, Saito W, Yoh M, Mo JM, Liu L, Lu X, Zhang T, Zhang W, Senoo K. (2010) δ15N of soil N and plants in a N-saturated, subtropical forest of southern China. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 24(17): 2499-2506.

51.  Liu KH, Fang YT, Yu FM, Liu Q, Li FR, Peng SL. (2010) Soil Acidification in Response to Acid Deposition in Three Subtropical Forests of Subtropical China. Pedosphere, 20(3): 399-408.

52.  Takebayashi Y, Koba K, Sasaki Y, Fang YT, Yoh M. (2010) The natural abundance of N-15 in plant and soil-available N indicates a shift of main plant N resources to NO3- from NH4+ along the N leaching gradient. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 24(7): 1001-1008.

53.  Fang YT*, Gundersen P, Zhang W, Zhou GY, Christiansen JR, Mo JM, Dong SF, Zhang T. (2009) Soil-atmosphere exchange of N2O, CO2 and CH4 along a slope of an evergreen broad-leaved forest in southern China. Plant and Soil, 319(1-2): 37-48.

54.  Fang YT*, Zhu WX, Gundersen P, Mo JM, Zhou GY, Yoh M. (2009) Large Loss of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen from Nitrogen-Saturated Forests in Subtropical China. Ecosystems, 12(1): 33-45.

55.  Fang YT*, Gundersen P, Mo JM, Zhu WX. (2009) Nitrogen leaching in response to increased nitrogen inputs in subtropical monsoon forests in southern China. Forest Ecology and Management, 257(1): 332-342.

56.  Fang YT, Yoh M, Mo JM, Gundersen P, Zhou GY. (2009) Response of Nitrogen Leaching to Nitrogen Deposition in Disturbed and Mature Forests of Southern China. Pedosphere, 19(1): 111-120.

57.  Fang YT*, Gundersen P, Mo JM, Zhu WX. (2008) Input and output of dissolved organic and inorganic nitrogen in subtropical forests of South China under high air pollution.Biogeosciences, 5(2): 339-352.

58.  Zhang W, Mo JM, Zhou GY, Gundersen P, Fang YT, Lu XK, Zhang T, Dong SF. (2008) Methane uptake responses to nitrogen deposition in three tropical forests in southern China. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113: D11116.

59.  Mo JM, Fang H, Zhu WX, Zhou GY, Lu XK, Fang YT. (2008) Decomposition responses of pine (Pinus massoniana) needles with two different nutrient-status to N deposition in a tropical pine plantation in southern China. Annals of Forest Science, 65, 405. DOI: 10.1051/forest:2008017.

60.  Mo JM, Zhang W, Zhu WX, Gundersen P, Fang YT, Li DJ, Wang H. (2008) Nitrogen addition reduces soil respiration in a mature tropical forest in southern China. Global Change Biology, 14(2): 403-412.

61.  Zhang W, Mo JM, Yu GR, Fang YT, Li DJ, Lu XK, Wang H. (2008) Emissions of nitrous oxide from three tropical forests in Southern China in response to simulated nitrogen deposition. Plant and Soil, 306(1-2): 221-236.

62.  Mo JM, Brown S, Xue JH, Fang YT, Li Z, Li D, Dong SF. (2007) Response of nutrient dynamics of decomposing pine (Pinus massoniana) needles to simulated N deposition in a disturbed and a rehabilitated forest in tropical China. Ecological Research, 22(4): 649-658.

63.  Mo JM, Zhang W, Zhu WX, Fang YT, Li DJ, Zhao P. (2007) Response of soil respiration to simulated N deposition in a disturbed and a rehabilitated tropical forest in southern China. Plant and Soil, 296(1-2): 125-135.

64.  Fang YT, Zhu WX, Mo JM, Zhou GY, Gundersen P. (2006) Dynamics of soil inorganic nitrogen and their responses to nitrogen additions in three subtropical forests, South China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 18(4): 752-759.

65. Mo JM, Brown S, Xue JH, Fang YT, Li ZA. (2006) Response of litter decomposition to simulated N deposition in disturbed, rehabilitated and mature forests in subtropical China. Plant and Soil, 282(1-2): 135-151.