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陈蕾伊,博士学历,博士学位
研 究 组 :高寒生态格局与过程研究组
民       族:汉
研究领域:全球变化与土壤碳动态
籍       贯:江西吉安
导师资格:
出生年月:1984.10
职       称:研究员
毕业院校:中山大学
职       务:
毕业时间:2012年
入职时间:
所学专业:生态学
办公电话:62836632   电子邮件:chenly@ibcas.ac.cn
  • 学习工作经历
  • 科研项目
  • 所获奖励
  • 主要成果
  • 论文专著
  • 学习经历
        2003.09~2007.07 中山大学 生命科学学院 学士
        2007.09~2012.07 中山大学 生命科学学院 博士
        2010.10~2011.11 美国莱斯大学生态与进化生物学系 访问博士生

    工作经历
        2012.07-2014.07 中国科学院植物研究所 博士后
        2014.07-2017.03 中国科学院植物研究所 助理研究员
        2017.03-2020.01 中国科学院植物研究所 副研究员
        2020.02-至今 中国科学院植物研究所 研究员

    任职经历
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  • (1)"土壤碳动态及其调控机制",国家自然科学基金优秀青年基金项目,主持,在研
    (2)"高寒草地不同层次土壤碳周转及其调控因素", 国家自然科学基金面上项目,主持,在研
    (3)"全球变化野外控制实验的技术和方法", 科技部重点研发项目子课题,主持,在研
    (4)"青藏高原土壤碳动态及其调控机制",中国科学院青年促进会项目,主持,在研
    (5)"内蒙古草原灌丛化的植物-土壤反馈机制及化感驱动作用研究",国家自然科学基金青年基金项目,主持,已结题
    (6)"内蒙古灌丛化草原灌草种间关系变化的土壤反馈机制研究",中国博士后科学基金特别资助,主持, 已结题
    (7)"内蒙古草原灌丛化效应的种间关系变化假说研究",中国博士后科学基金面上项目,主持,已结题
    (8)"气候变化对外来植物入侵滨海草原生态系统的影响",中山大学有害生物控制与资源利用国家重点实验室开放课题,主持,已结题
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  • (1) 解析了全球变化背景下土壤碳库的变化特征:发现尽管冻土融化会造成青藏高原气候敏感区土壤碳库减少(Environmental Research Letters, 2018, 共同一作),但至今尚未造成全球尺度土壤碳损失(Global Change Biology, 2015, 第一作者),未形成对气候变暖的正反馈。该发现并不支持经典正反馈假说中“气候变暖会导致土壤有机碳丢失”的传统观点,丰富了学术界对碳循环与气候变化之间反馈关系的认识。

    (2) 阐明了土壤碳分解及其激发效应的调控因素:发现表层土壤碳分解释放的空间变异主要受底物可分解性控制,而深层土壤则主要取决于微生物的相对丰度(Nature Communications, 2016, 第一作者)。进一步研究发现,底物可分解性和土壤物理化学保护是导致高寒草地表层土壤碳激发效应空间变异的关键因素,其作用超过了传统的植被、土壤和微生物属性(Nature Communications, 2019, 共同一作)。这些结果明确了土壤碳稳定性机制和土壤微生物在有机质分解中的重要作用,为发展地球系统模型提供了重要启示。

    (3) 揭示了氮素调控土壤碳动态的微生物机制:发现土壤碳激发效应的强度沿冻土融化形成的自然氮梯度呈现下降趋势,且该梯度的变异主要取决于微生物代谢效率,但不受微生物胞外酶活性调控 (Nature Communications, 2018, 第一作者)。该发现突破了学术界以往关于“激发效应强度主要受微生物酶活影响”的传统认识,为准确理解全球变化背景下碳-氮交互作用提供了新视角。
  • Chen LY#,Liu L#, Qin SQ, Yang GB, Fang K, Zhu B, Kuzyakov Y, Chen PD, Xu YP, Yang YH (2019). Regulation of priming effect by soil organic matter stability over a broad geographic scale. Nature Communications, 10:5112. #共同一作

    Qin SQ, Chen LY, Fang K, Zhang QW, Wang J, Liu FT, Yu JC, Yang YH (2019). Temperature sensitivity of SOM decomposition governed by aggregate protection and microbial communities. Science Advances 5(7): eaau1218.

    Fang K, Qin SQ, Chen LY, Zhang QW, Yang YH (2019). Al/Fe mineral controls on soil organic carbon stock across Tibetan alpine grasslands. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences: 10.1029/2018JG004782.

    Zhou LH, Shen HH, Xu YP, Li H, Chen LY, Wang YH, Zhang PJ, Zhao X, Liu TY, Hu HF, Fang JY (2019). Soil organic carbon components in inner Mongolian shrub-encroached grasslands. Plant and Soil 442(1-2): 199-213.

    Liu SS, Zhou LH, Li H, Zhao X, Yang YH, Zhu YK, Hu HF, Chen LY, Zhang PJ, Shen HH,
    Fang JY (2019). Shrub encroachment decreases soil inorganic carbon stocks in Mongolian grasslands. Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13298.

    Liu FT, Kou D, Abbott BW, Mao C, Chen YL, Chen LY, Yang YH (2019). Disentangling the Effects of Climate, Vegetation, Soil and Related Substrate Properties on the Biodegradability of Permafrost‐Derived Dissolved Organic Carbon. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. DOI: 10.1029/2018jg004944.

    Chen LY, Liu L, Mao C, Qin SQ, Liu FT, Blagodatsky S, Yang GB, Zhang QW, Zhang DY, Yu JC, Yang YH (2018). Nitrogen availability regulates topsoil carbon dynamics after permafrost thaw by altering microbial metabolic efficiency. Nature Communications,9:3951.

    Liu FT#, Chen LY#, Abbott BW, Xu YP, Yang GB, Kou D, Qin SQ, Strauss J,Wang YH, Zhang BB, Yang YH (2018). Reduced quantity and quality of SOM along a thaw sequence on the Tibetan Plateau. Environ Res Lett 13: 104017. #共同一作

    Liu FT, Chen LY, Zhang BB, Wang GQ, Qin SQ, Yang YH* (2018) Ultraviolet radiation rather than inorganic nitrogen increases dissolved organic carbon biodegradability in a typical thermo-erosion gully on the Tibetan Plateau. Science of the Total Environment, 627:1276-1284.

    Ding JZ, Chen LY, Ji CJ, Hugelius G, Li YN, Liu L, Qin SQ, Zhang BB, Yang GB, Li F, Fang K, Chen YL, Peng YF, Zhao X, He HL, Smith P, Fang JY, Yang YH* (2017) Decadal soil carbon accumulation across Tibetan permafrost regions. Nature Geoscience, 10: 420-424.

    Zhou LH, Shen HH*, Chen LY, Li H, Zhang PJ, Zhao X, Liu TY, Liu SS, Xing AJ, Hu HF, Fang JY (2017) Species richness and composition of shrub-encroached grasslands in relation to environmental factors in northern China. Journal of Plant Ecology, doi:10.1093/jpe/rtx1062.

    Li H, Zhang JH, Hu HF, Chen LY, Zhu YK, Shen HH, Fang JY* (2017) Shift in soil microbial communities with shrub encroachment in Inner Mongolia grasslands, China. European Journal of Soil Biology, 79:40-47.

    Chen LY, Liang JY, Qin SQ, Liu L, Fang K, Xu YP, Ding JZ, Li F, Luo YQ, Yang YH* (2016) Determinants of carbon release from the active layer and permafrost deposits on the Tibetan Plateau. Nature Communications, 7:13046.

    Chen LY#, Li P#, Yang YH* (2016) Dynamic patterns of nitrogen: Phosphorus ratios in forest soils of China under changing environment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121:2410–2421. #共同一作

    Ding JZ, Chen LY, Zhang BB, Liu L, Yang GB, Fang K, Chen YL, Li F, Kou D, Ji CJ, Luo YQ, Yang YH* (2016) Linking temperature sensitivity of soil CO2 release to substrate, environmental, and microbial properties across alpine ecosystems. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30:1310-1323.

    Chen YL, Chen LY, Peng YF, Ding JZ, Li F, Yang GB, Kou D, Liu L, Fang K, Zhang BB, Wang J, Yang YH* (2016) Linking microbial C:N:P stoichiometry to microbial community and abiotic factors along a 3500-km grassland transect on the Tibetan Plateau. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25:1416-1427.

    Ding JZ, Li F, Yang GB, Chen LY, Zhang BB, Liu L, Fang K, Qin SQ, Chen YL, Peng YF, Ji CJ, He HL, Smith P, Yang YH* (2016) The permafrost carbon inventory on the Tibetan Plateau: a new evaluation using deep sediment cores. Global Change Biology, 22:2688-2701.

    Li H, Shen HH, Chen LY, Liu TY, Hu HF, Zhao X, Zhou LH, Zhang PJ, Fang JY* (2016) Effects of shrub encroachment on soil organic carbon in global grasslands. Scientific Reports, 6.

    Chen LY, Smith P, Yang YH* (2015) How has soil carbon stock changed over recent decades? Global Change Biology, 21:3197-3199.

    Chen LY, Peng SL*, Yang B (2015) Predicting alien herb invasion with machine learning models: biogeographical and life-history traits both matter. Biological Invasions, 17:2187-2198.

    Yang YH*, Ji CJ, Chen LY, Ding JZ, Cheng XL, Robinson D, Whitehead D (2015) Edaphic rather than climatic controls over13C enrichment between soil and vegetation in alpine grasslands on the Tibetan Plateau. Functional Ecology, 29:839-848.

    Chen LY, Li H, Zhang PJ, Zhao X, Zhou LH, Liu TY, Hu HF, Bai YF, Shen HH*, Fang JY* (2014) Climate and native grassland vegetation as drivers of the community structures of shrub-encroached grasslands in Inner Mongolia, China. Landscape Ecology, 30:1627-1641.

    Hou QQ, Chen BM, Peng SL*, Chen LY (2014) Effects of extreme temperature on seedling establishment of nonnative invasive plants. Biological Invasions, 16, 2049-2061.

    Chen LY, Peng SL*, Li J, Lin ZG, Zeng Y (2013) Competitive Control of an Exotic Mangrove Species: Restoration of Native Mangrove Forests by Altering Light Availability. Restoration Ecology, 21:215-223.

    Chen LY, Tiu CJ, Peng SL*, Siemann E* (2013) Conspecific Plasticity and Invasion: Invasive Populations of Chinese Tallow (Triadica sebifera) Have Performance Advantage over Native Populations Only in Low Soil Salinity. PLoS ONE, 8.

    Shen XY, Peng SL*, Chen BM, Pang JX, Chen LY, Xu HM, Hou YP (2011) Do higher resource capture ability and utilization efficiency facilitate the successful invasion of native plants? Biological Invasions, 13:869-881.

    Li J, Peng SL*, Chen LY, Wang RL, Ni GY (2010) Use of Sonneratia apetala allelopathy to control Spartina alterniflora weed. Allelopathy Journal, 25:123-131.

    Liang LY, Peng SL*, Sun JM, Chen LY, Cao YX (2010) Estimation of annual potential evapotranspiration at regional scale based on the effect of moisture on soil respiration. Ecological Modelling, 221:2668-2674.

    Chen LY, Peng SL*, Chen BM, Li J, Pang JX (2009) Effects of Aqueous extracts of 5 mangrove spp. on cabbage germination and hypocotyl growth of Kandelia candel. Allelopathy Journal, 23:469-476.

    Chen BM, Peng SL*, Chen LY, Li FR, Wang GX (2009) Effects of aqueous extracts of Mikania micrantha HBK on nutrients release from the forests litter at three succession stages in south China. Allelopathy Journal, 23:453-460.

    Chen LY, Peng SL* (2008) Allelopathic potential of mangrove plants (Aricennia marina, Aegiceras corniculata and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza). Allelopathy Journal, 22:213-220.