Talent details

Title & Affiliation:Ph.D, Professor
Homepage in Chinese:http://sourcedb.itpcas.cas.cn/cn/expert/200907/t20090706_2001480.html
Address:Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China

Education and Appointments

Ph.D. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2003
M. S. Institute of Natural Resources, Inner-Mongolia University, 1999
B. S. Department of Biology, Inner-Mongolia University, 1996
Professor, Key Laboratory of Alpine Ecology, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2019-present
Associate Professor, CAS Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2016- present
Associate Professor, Key Laboratory of Alpine Ecology, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences , 2006-2019
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, 2004-2006
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, 2003-2004

Research Interest

Research interests: Terrestrial ecosystem nitrogen cycle, biogenic trace gas emissions (CH4, NO, N2O) and their interaction with increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations, changing climate and atmospheric nitrogen deposition.
Research Fields: Terrestrial ecosystem nitrogen cycle.

Selected Publications

1. Qu, S.B., Xu-Ri*, Yu, J.N., Li, F.Z., Wei, D., Borjigidai A.*, 2020. Nitrogen deposition accelerates greenhouse gas emissions at an alpine steppe site on the Tibetan Plateau. Science of the Total Environment. (Accepted)  

2. Kou, D., Yang, G.B., Li, F., Feng, X.H., Zhang, D.Y., Mao, C., Zhang, Q.W., Peng, Y.F., Ji, C.J., Zhu, Q., Fang, Y.T., Liu, X.Y., Xu-Ri, Li, S.Q., Deng, J., Zheng, X.H., Fang, J.Y., Yang, Y.H., 2020. Progressive nitrogen limitation across the Tibetan alpine permafrost region, Nature Communications. 11, 1-9. 

3. Chen, H., Wang, F., Kong, W.D., Jia, H.Z., Zhou, T.Q., Xu-Ri, Wu, G.J., Wang, J.B., Wu, J.S., 2020. Soil microbial CO2 fixation plays a significant role in terrestrial carbon sink in a dryland ecosystem: A four-year small-scale field-plot observation on the Tibetan Plateau, Science of the Total Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143282. 

4. Chen, Q.Y., Yuan, Y.L., Hu, Y.L., Wang, J., Si, G.C., Xu-Ri, Zhou, J.Z., Xi, C.W., Hu, A., Zhang, G.X., 2020. Excessive nitrogen addition accelerates N assimilation and P utilization by enhancing organic carbon decomposition in a Tibetan alpine steppe, Science of the Total Environment. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142848. 

5. Chen, Q.Y., Niu, B., Hu, Y.L., Wang, J., Lei, T.Z., Xu-Ri, Zhou, J.Z., Xi, C.W., Zhang, G.X., 2020. Multilevel nitrogen additions alter chemical composition and turnover of the labile fraction soil organic matter via effects on vegetation and microorganisms. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.125, e2019JG005316.https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JG005316. 

6. Liu, Y.W. *, Geng, X.D., Tenzintarchen, Wei, D., Dai, D.X., Xu-Ri*, 2020. Divergence in ecosystem carbon fluxes and soil nitrogen characteristics across alpine steppe, alpine meadow and alpine swamp ecosystems in a biome transition zone. Science of the Total Environment. 748: 142453. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142453. 

7. Liu, Y.W. *, Tenzintarchen, Geng, X.D., Wei, D., Dai, D.X., Xu-Ri*, 2020. Grazing exclusion enhanced net ecosystem carbon uptake but decreased plant nutrient content in an alpine steppe, Catena.195:104799.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2020.104799 

8. Xu-Ri*, Wang, Y.S., Wang, Y.H., Niu, H.S., Liu, Y.W., Zhuang, Q.L., 2019. Estimating N2O emissions from soils under natural vegetation in China. Plant Soil. 434:271287. 

9. Xu-Ri*, Prentice, I. C., 2017. Modelling the demand for new nitrogen fixation by terrestrial ecosystems. Biogeosciences.14, 20032017, doi:10.5194/bg-14-2003-2017. 

10. Wei, D., Xu-Ri*, Tenzin-Tarchen, Wang, Y.S., Wang, Y.H., 2015a. Considerable methane uptake by alpine grasslands despite the cold climate: in situ measurements on the central Tibetan Plateau, 20082013. Global Change Biology. 21, 777788. 

11. Wei, D., Xu-Ri*, Tenzin-Tarchen, Dai, D.X., Wang, Y.S., Wang, Y.H., 2015b. Revisiting the role of CH4 emissions from alpine wetlands on the Tibetan Plateau: evidence from two in situ measurements at 4758 and 4320 m above sea level. Journal of Geophysical Research-biogeosciences. 120, 17411750, doi:10.1002/2015JG002974. 

12. Liu, Y.W., Xu-Ri*, Wang, Y.S., Pan, Y.P., Piao, S.L., 2015. Wet deposition of atmospheric inorganic nitrogen at five remote sites in the Tibetan Plateau, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15, 11683-11700, doi:10.5194/acp-15-11683-2015. 

13. Wei, D., Xu-Ri*, Liu, Y.W., Wang, Y.H., Wang, Y.S., 2014. Three-year study of CO2 efflux and CH4/N2O fluxes at an alpine steppe site on the central Tibetan Plateau and their responses to simulated N deposition. Geoderma. 232-234, 88-96. 

14. Liu, Y.W., Xu-Ri*, Xu, X.L., Wei, D., Wang, Y.S., Wang, Y.H., 2013. Plant and soil responses of an alpine steppe on the Tibetan Plateau to multi-level nitrogen addition. Plant and Soil. 373:515-529. 

15. Stocker, B.D., Roth, R., Joos, F., Spahni, R., Steinacher, M., Zaehle, S., Bouwman, L., Xu-Ri, Prentice, I.C., 2013. Multiple greenhouse-gas feedbacks from the land biosphere under future climate change scenarios, Nature Climate Change. 3, 666-672. 

16. Liu, B., Kang, S.C., Sun, J.M., Zhang, Y.L., Xu-Ri, Wang, Y.J., Liu, Y.W., Cong, Z.Y., 2013. Wet precipitation chemistry at a high-altitude site (3,326 m a.s.l.) in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 20, 5013-5027. 

17. Xu-Ri*, Prentic, I. C., Spahni, R., Niu, H.S., 2012. Modelling terrestrial nitrous oxide emissions and implications for climate feedback. New Phytologist. 196, 472-488. 

18. Wei, D., Xu-Ri*, Wang, Y.H., Liu, Y.W., Yao, T.D., 2012, 

. Responses of CO2, CH4 and N2O fluxes to livestock exclosure in an alpine steppe on the Tibetan Plateau, China. Plant and Soil, 359, 45-55. 

19. Xu-Ri*, Prentice, I.C., 2008. Terrestrial nitrogen cycle simulated with a dynamic global vegetation model. Global Change Biology. 14, 17451764. 

20. Xu-Ri*, Niu, H.S., Li, C.S., Wang, Y.S., Wang, M.X., 2006. Uncertainties in up-scaling N2O flux from field to 1o×1o scale: a case study for Inner Mongolian grasslands in China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 633-643. 

21. Xu-Ri*, Wang, M.X., Wang, Y.S., 2003. Using a modified DNDC model to estimate N2O fluxes from semi-arid grassland in China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 35, 615-620. 

22. Xu-Ri*, Wang, Y.S., Zheng, X.H., Ji, B.M., Wang, M.X., 2003. A comparison between measured and modeled N2O emissions from Inner Mongolian semi-arid grassland. Plant and Soil. 255, 513-528.