Dr. Jian-Guo Huang

Professor & Head of Research Group of Forest Ecology & Modeling in South China Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, China 510650

Positions

  • January, 2014 to today, Professor & 100 Talent Principle Investigator, South China Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences,
  • July 2013 to January, 2014, Postdoc Research Fellow, Department of Basic Sciences, University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, Canada
  • Nov. 2012 to July, 2013, Postdoc Research Associate, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, College of Agriculture, Purdue University, USA
  • Jan 2010 to Oct. 2012, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Education

  • Sep, 2004- Oct. 2009, Ph.D in Environmental Sciences at the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Québec, Canada (Supervisor: Dr. Yves Bergeron)
  • Sep. 2000 –Nov. 2003, Master in Physical Geography at the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute), China
  • Sep. 1995 – July 1999, Bachelor in Hydrological and Engineering Geology at Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China

RESEARCH INTERESTS (include but are not limited to):

1. Using dendrochronology and forest ecology methods to understand the effects of climate change/warming on growth of trees and forests in the subtropical, temperate and boreal forest ecosystems. 2. Using the recently developed micro-sampling approach to monitor spring tree phenology development (budburst, flowering and shoots/branches extension) and xylem formation dynamics and processes within the growing seasons to further clarify the coordination mechanism among organs of tree and better understand the relations between intra-annual wood formation and meteorological factors in the temperate and boreal forest ecosystems. 3. Using statistical modeling approaches to build growth-climate model and/or growth-competition model to predict future growth of trees and forests, and to assess the potential changes in forest growth, composition, and structure with the context of climate warming. 4. Using dendroclimatology to understand and reconstruct the past climate change and variability and global climate events.

AWARDS & FUNDINGS:

  • 2013 Canada MITACS Industrical Postdoctoral Fellowship,Université du Québec a Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada http://www.mitacs.ca/r/32882
  • 2012 Canada NSERC Pre-approved Industrial Research & Development Fellowship,University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PD-NP/IRDF-BPRDI/IRDFPreAppDetail-BPRDIPreAppDetail_eng.asp?ID=9
  • Jan 2010 Excellent Ph.D Thesis Award from the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Québec, Canada http://www.uqat.ca/universite/medias/communiques/index.asp?RefCom=531
  • Jul 2008 Chinese Government Awarded 2007 Outstanding Self-financed Student Overseas, Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, Canada (China National Level Award) http://www.chinaembassycanada.org/chn/xw/t480110.htm
  • June, 2008 Funding support for the 1st AmericaDendro Conference on June 22-27 2008 in Vancouver from the Centre d’Étude de la Forêt, Canada
  • Feb, 2008 Doctorate Scholarship from the Chaire industrielle CRSNG-UQAT-UQAM en aménagement forestier durable, Québec, Canada
  • August, 2007 Funding support for the Internship at the Unviersity of Winnipeg from the Centre d’Étude de la Forêt), Qc., Canada
  • June, 2007 Doctorate Scholarship from the Chaire industrielle CRSNG-UQAT-UQAM en aménagement forestier durable, Québec, Canada
  • May, 2007 Funding support for the XI International Conference in Fairbanks,Alaska from the Centre d’Étude de la Forêt, Qc Canada
  • March, 2007 Funding support for the Internship at the Unviersity of Winnipeg from the Sustainable Forest Management networks at the University of Albert,Canada
  • May, 2006 Doctorate Scholarship from the Chaire industrielle CRSNG-UQAT-UQAM en aménagement forestier durable, Québec, Canada
  • May-Aug, 2006 Scholarship from the Unviersité du Québec en AT, Québec, Canada
  • May-Aug, 2005 Scholarship from the Unviersité du Québec en AT, Québec, Canada
  • Sep.2004-2009 5 years Fellowships from the Chaire en aménagement forestier durable, Québec, Canada
  • 2002-2003 Awarded the second prize for the '2002-2003 Annual Graduate Scholarship of CAREERI, CAS, Lanzhou, China
  • Sep. 2000- June. 2004 4 years Fellowships from the CAREERI, CAS, China

PUBLICATIONS:

  • 14) Huang J.G.*, Deslauriers A., and Rossi S.(2014) Xylem formation can be modeled statistically as a function of primary growth and cambium activity. New Phytologist 203:831-841 IF=6.736
  • 13) Gea-Izquierdo G.*, Bergeron Y., Huang J.G., Lapointe-Garant M.P., Grace J., and Berninger F.(2014) The relationship between productivity and tree-ring growth in boreal coniferous forests. Boreal Environment Research 19:363-378 IF=1.748
  • 12) Huang, J.G.*, Stadt, K., Dawson, A., and Comeau, P. (2013) Modelling growth-competition relationships in trembling aspen and white spruce mixed boreal forests of western Canada. PLOS ONE 8(10): e77607. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077607
  • 11) Huang, J.G.*, Bergeron, Y., Berninger, F., Zhai, L.H., Tardif, J., and Denneler, B. (2013) Impact of future climate on radial growth of four major boreal tree species in the eastern Canadian boreal forest. PLOS ONE, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056758 IF2011=4.092
  • 10) Zhai, L.H., Bergeron, Y., Huang, J.G.*, and Berninger F. (2012) Variation in intra-annual wood formation, and foliage and shoot development of three major Canadian boreal tree species. American Journal of Botany, 99(5):827-837. (*corresponding author) IF2011=2.664
  • 9) Huang J.G., Bergeron, Y., Zhai L.H.*, and Denneler B.(2011) Variation in intra-annual radial growth (xylem formation) of Picea mariana (Pinaceae) along a latitudinal gradient in western Quebec, Canada. American Journal of Botany, 98(5):792-800. doi:10.3732/ajb.1000074 This article is highlighted by AJB (http://www.amjbot.org/) and featured in ScienceDaily http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110516102251.htm and Eurekalert http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-05/ajob-wgc051611.php IF2011=2.664
  • 8) Lapointe-Garant, M.P.*, Huang, J.G., Gea Izquierdo, G., Raulier, F., Bernier, P., and Berninger, F. (2010). Use of tree rings to study the effect of climate change on trembling aspen in Quebec. Global Change Biology, 16:2039-2051 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.02048.x IF2011=6.862
  • 7) Huang, J.G.*, Tardif, J., Bergeron, Y., Denneler, B., Berninger, F, and Girardin M.P. (2010). Radial growth response of four dominant boreal tree species to climate along a latitudinal gradient in the eastern Canadian boreal forest. Global Change Biology, 16: 711-731. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01990.x.Attach:GCB2010.pdf. IF2011=6.862
  • 6) Huang, J.G.*, Tardif, J., Denneler, B., Bergeron, Y. and Berninger, F (2008). Tree-ring evidence extends the historic northern range limit of severe defoliation by insects in the aspen stands of western Quebec, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38:2535-2544. Attach:CJFR2008.PDF IF2011= 1.685
  • 5) Li, J.B.*, Cook, E.R., D’Arrigo, R., Chen, F., Gou, X.H., Peng, J.F., and Huang, J.G. (2008) Common tree growth anomalies over the northeastern Tibetan Plateau during the last six centuries: Implications for regional moisture change. Global Change Biology, 14, 2096-2107. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01603.x Attach:GCB2008.pdf IF2011=6.862
  • 4) Huang, J.G.*, Bergeron, Y., Denneler, B., Berninger, F. and Tardif J. (2007) Response of forest trees to increased atmospheric CO2. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 26(5): 265-283. DOI:10.1080/07352680701626978 Attach:CRPS2007.pdf Top 5 highly-cited articles from 2007-2009, and free access http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cited/BPTS.pdf IF2011= 4.659
  • 3) Huang, J.G.*, Lin, J.D. and Miao, S.L. (2007) Tibet: holy place, not ‘‘Western Storehouse’’! Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 5(3), 122-123. IF2011= 9.113
  • 2) Huang, J.G. and Zhang, Q.B.* (2007) Tree rings and climate for the last 680 years in Wulan area of northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Climatic Change 80, 369-377, DOI 10.1007/s10584-006-9135-1. Attach:ClimChange.pdf IF2011= 3.385
  • 1) Zhang, Q.B.*, G.D., Cheng, T.D., Yao, X.C., Kang and Huang, J.G. (2003) A 2326-year tree-ring record of climate variability on the northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Geophysical Research Letters,Vol.30, No.14, 1739, doi:10.1029/2003GL017425. IF2011= 3.792

Selected Conference proceedings:

  • 9)Huang, J-G., and Bergeron, Y. (2010). Impact of future climate on radial growth of four dominant boreal tree species along a latitudinal gradient in the eastern Canadian boreal forest. WorldDendro 2010 - 8th Conference on Dendrochronology. June 13-18, 2010, Rovaniemi, Finland. Abstracts. Edited by Mielikäinen, K., Mäkinen, H., and Timonen, M. 229. http://cgrg.geog.uvic.ca//cdabstracts/HuangImpactFuture.html
  • 8) Huang, J.G., and J.B., Li (2009) Tree-rings-inferred moisture change during the past six centuries on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau. International Workshop on Vulnerability and Resilience of Land Systems in Asia, June 15-17th, 2009, Beijing China.
  • 7) Huang, J.G., Bergeron, Y., Tardif, J., Denneler, B., Berninger, F., and Girardin, M. (2008). Response of four major boreal tree species to climate warming along the latitudinal gradient in western Quebec, Canada. Proc. 1st American Dendrochronology Conference, 23-27 June, 2008, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 6) Huang, J.G., Bergeron, Y., Denneler, B., and Tardif, J. (2007). Tree-ring reconstruction of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks along a latitudinal gradient in western Quebec, Canada. Proc. VI International Conference on Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests: Climate Change Impacts on Boreal Forest Disturbance Regims, 30 May-2 June, 2007, University of Alaska Faribanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA.
  • 5) Huang, J.G., Bergeron, Y., Denneler, B., and Tardif, J. (2006). Dendroclimatological analyses of trembling aspen (Poulus tremuloides Michx.) along a latitudinal gradient in western Quebec, Canada. Proc. 7th International Conference on Dendrochronology: Cultural Diversity, Environmental Variability, June 11-17, 2006, Beijing, China.
  • 4) Chen, T., and Huang, J.G. (2006). Increased growth of Sabina Przewalskii in the twentieth century from Wulan area of northwestern China. Proc. 7th International Conference on Dendrochronology: Cultural Diversity, Environmental Variability, June 11-17, 2006, Beijing, China.
  • 3) Lapointe-Garant, M.P., Berninger, F., Raulier, F., Huang, J.G., and Denneler B. (2006). Using moxed models to detrend growth of trees for growth studies. Proc. 7th International Conference on Dendrochronology: Cultural Diversity, Environmental Variability, June 11-17, 2006, Beijing, China.
  • 2) Huang, J.G., Q.B., Zhang and X.C., Kang (2002) A 680-year ring-width chronology of Sabina przewalskii and its relationships with climatic variables in the Wulan area of northwestern China. Proc. 6th Int. Conf. On Dendrochronology, Laval University, Quebec, pp. 151-152.
  • 1) Zhang, Q.B., X.C., Kang and Huang, J.G. (2002) Dendrochronological investigation of Sabina przewalskii in the northwest of China. Proc. 6th Int. Conf. On Dendrochronology, Laval University, Quebec, pp. 389-390.

Thesis and Report:

  • 3) Huang, J.G. (2009) Effects of climate and of potential future climate on radial growth of four dominant boreal tree species (Trembling aspen, paper birch, black spruce, and jack pine) in the mixed and coniferous boreal forest of western Quebec, Canada. Ph.D. Thesis, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Québec, Canada. 287 pp. http://bibliotheque.uqat.ca/documents/theses/jianguohuang.pdf
  • 2) Huang, J.G. (2006). Is CO2 enrichment responsible for better growth of trees? Synthèse remis comme exigence partielle du programme de doctorat en science de l'environnement. 50 p.
  • 1) Huang, J.G. (2003). Dendroclimatological studies of Sabina przewalskii Kom. in Wulan and Tongren areas of northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (in Chinese with English abstract). M.S. thesis, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute (CAREERI), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou, P.R. China.80pp.

LECTURES Guest lecture: FOR322 Tree structure and growth on October 22 and 27, 2010, and Dec. 2 2011 at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Reviewer for Funds and Journals

Reviewer for the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO, the Dutch Research Council) in 2009; National Natural Science Foundation of China (since 2013). Reviewer for journals: Forest Ecology and Management; Botany (formerly Canadian Journal of Botany); Journal of Plant Ecology; Canadian Journal of Forest Research; Nordic Journal of Botany; Trees-Structure and Function; Global Change Biology; Journal of Biogeography;Journal of Ecology;New Phytologist ;Agriculture and Forest Meteorology;Environmental Reviews; Ecosphere;Dendrochronologia; etc.

Interviewed by Radio-Canada: http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/abitibi/2010/01/19/003-foret-boreale-rechauffement.shtml Professional Association 2010-2016 Member of the Executive Committee of SINO-ECO, China Liaison Officer for SINO-Ecologists Association Overseas (SINO-ECO) (http://www.sino-eco.org/)

People in the Laboratory of Forest Ecology & Modeling

Assistant professors AP & Postdocs

Dr. Xingyu Jiang obtained PhD from SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY in June 2014 and then joined my lab since July 2014 as an AP. His research interests focus on soil carbon and nitrogen cycles and global change.

Dr. Qianqian Ma obtained PhD in Ecological Modeling from the University of Georgia in June 2014 and joined my lab since September 2014 as an AP. Her research interests focus on ecological statistical modeling and ecological network analysis.

Dr. Huoxing Zhu obtained PhD in Biodiversity from the CAS, and to join my lab in August 2015 as an AP.

Dr. Syed Ashraful Alam obtained PhD from University of Helsinki in 2013 and joined my lab as a Postdoc from April 2015-March 2017.

Dr. Guohua Liang (visiting postdoc, 2014.11-2015.3).

Technician & Graduate students

Ms. Zhiyuan He joined my lab since November 2014 as a technician.

Ms. Shaokang Zhang (PhD candidate, 2014. 9-); Ms. Biyun Yu (PhD candidate, 2015.9-); Ms. Anam Usnain (PhD candidate from Pakistan, 2015.9-);

Ms. Xiali Guo (M.S. candidate, 2014.9-); Mr. Dawei Luo (M.S. candidate, 2014.9-); Mr. Jinye Li (M.S. candidate, 2015.9-);

Mr. Samuli Koivistoinen(Interns from University of Helsinki, 2015.5-2015.8)

Collaborators

Dr. Yves Bergeron, Professor, UQAT & UQAM, Canada Dr. Frank Berninger, Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland Dr. Han Chen, Professor, Lakehead University, Canada Dr. Annie Deslauriers, Professor, UQAC, Canada Dr. Sergio Rossi, Professor, Universite du Quebec a CHICOUTIMI, Canada

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