Jiquan Chen

1993-2001 Michigan Technological University, USA 
 2001-2014 University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, United States 
 2014- Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
"Jiquan Chen"



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Jerry F. Franklin grad student 1991 University of Washington
 (Edge effects: microclimatic pattern and biological responses in old-growth Douglas-fir forests)


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Maowei Liang grad student 2016-2018 Michigan State
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Kolluru V, John R, Saraf S, et al. (2023) Gridded livestock density database and spatial trends for Kazakhstan. Scientific Data. 10: 839
Hou L, Xin X, Sun H, et al. (2023) Grazing-induced cattle behaviour modulates the secondary production in a Eurasian steppe ecosystem. The Science of the Total Environment. 164191
Migliavacca M, Musavi T, Mahecha MD, et al. (2021) The three major axes of terrestrial ecosystem function. Nature
Liu D, Chen J, Ouyang Z. (2019) Responses of landscape structure to the ecological restoration programs in the farming-pastoral ecotone of Northern China. The Science of the Total Environment. 710: 136311
Besnard S, Carvalhais N, Arain MA, et al. (2019) Memory effects of climate and vegetation affecting net ecosystem CO2 fluxes in global forests. Plos One. 14: e0211510
Huang K, Xia J, Wang Y, et al. (2018) Enhanced peak growth of global vegetation and its key mechanisms. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Liang M, Chen J, Gornish ES, et al. (2018) Grazing effect on grasslands escalated by abnormal precipitations in Inner Mongolia. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 8187-8196
Lu X, Cheng X, Li X, et al. (2018) Seasonal patterns of canopy photosynthesis captured by remotely sensed sun-induced fluorescence and vegetation indexes in mid-to-high latitude forests: A cross-platform comparison. The Science of the Total Environment. 644: 439-451
Qu L, Chen J, Dong G, et al. (2018) Heavy mowing enhances the effects of heat waves on grassland carbon and water fluxes. The Science of the Total Environment. 627: 561-570
Jing P, Wang D, Zhu C, et al. (2016) Plant Physiological, Morphological and Yield-Related Responses to Night Temperature Changes across Different Species and Plant Functional Types. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7: 1774
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