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张宜辉  博士
南强特聘教授
厦门大学环境与生态学院

Yihui Zhang
Nanqiang Distinguished Professor
College of the Environment and Ecology
Tel: 0592-2181430
Email: zyh@xmu.edu.cn
   
 
 
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个人履历 Brief CV
  厦门大学理学博士(2003)

  厦门大学助理教授(2003-2012)

  美国休斯敦大学访问学者(2009-2010)

  厦门大学副教授(2012-2018)

  厦门大学教授(2018-)

  美国南卡罗来纳大学高级研究学者(2018)

  PhD, Xiamen University (2003)

  Assistant Professor, Xiamen University (2003-2012)

  Visiting Scholar, University of Houston (2009-2010)

  Associate Professor, Xiamen University (2012-2018)

  Professor, Xiamen University (2018-)

  Visiting Senior Research Scholar, University of South Carolina (2018)

研究方向 Research Interests
  Wetland Ecology

  Plant Ecology

  Biological Invasion Ecology

  Plant-animal Interactions

代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Chen, X.C., Liu W.W., Pennings S.C., Zhang Y.H.*. 2021. Plasticity and selection drive hump-shaped latitudinal patterns of flowering phenology in an invasive intertidal plant. Ecology, 102: e03311.

  Liu W.W., Chen X.C., Strong D.R., Pennings S.C., Kirwan M.L., Chen X.L., Zhang Y.H.*. 2020. Climate and geographic adaptation drive latitudinal clines in biomass of a widespread saltmarsh plant in its native and introduced ranges. Limnology and Oceanography, 65: 1399-1409.

  Liu W.W., Zhang Y.H.*, Chen X.C., Maung-Douglass K., Strong D.R., Pennings S.C. 2020. Contrasting plant adaptation strategies to latitude in the native and invasive range of Spartina alterniflora. New Phytologist, 226: 623-634.

  Qiao H.M.#, Liu W.W.#, Zhang Y.H.*, Zhang Y.Y.*, Li Q.Q.*. 2019. Genetic admixture accelerates invasion via provisioning rapid adaptive evolution. Molecular Ecology, 28: 4012-4027.

  Zhang Y.H.*, Meng H.Y., Wang Y., He Q. 2018. Herbivory enhances the resistance of mangrove forest to cordgrass invasion. Ecology, 99: 1382-1390.

  Peng D., Chen L.Z., Pennings S.C., Zhang Y.H.*. 2018. Using a marsh organ to predict future plant communities in a Chinese estuary invaded by an exotic grass and mangrove. Limnology and Oceanography, 63: 2595-2605.