Ma Lei

发布时间:2021-05-13  字体大小T|T
       Ma Lei, male, was from Etuoke Banner, Inner Mongolia, born in February 1988, graduated with a Ph.D. from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in January 2019, and was hired as a young researcher and master tutor in May 2021. He is mainly engaged in the research of water carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus material cycle, ecosystem productivity and greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4 and N2O) emissions in terrestrial ecosystems under the interference of global changes and human activities. His research first author papers have been published in Sci. Total Environ., Atmos. Environ., Environ. Sci. Pollut. R., Livest. Sci. and Journal of Grass Industry as, and have been cited 200 times until now.
Work email:
Contact number: (+86)156 5293 6943
Work address: Room 1723, Guanyun Building, Chengguan Campus, Lanzhou University
Mailing address: School of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, Guanyun Building, 222 Tianshui South Road, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province, Zip Code: 730000
Education background:
2014.09–2019.01 Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment, PhD, Supervisor: Researcher Zheng Xunhua, Researcher Yao Zhisheng
2012.08–2014.06 College of Grassland Science and Technology, China Agricultural University, Grassland Science, Master of Agriculture, Supervisor: Professor Rong Yuping
2008.09–2012.06 Grassland Science College of Gansu Agricultural University, Grassland Science, Bachelor of Agriculture, Supervisor: Professor Cao Wenxia
Work experience:
2021.05–present, Young Researcher, School of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University
2019.09–2021.03 Institute of Meteorology, Climate and Environment, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, postdoctoral researcher, co-supervisor Prof. Dr. Klaus Butterbach-Bahl
2019.01–2019.06 College of Grassland Science and Technology, China Agricultural University, research assistant and co-teacher, Professor Zhang Yingjun
Research fields and interests:
Research direction: Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment; Global Change Biology; Carbon and Nitrogen Cycle and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Research interest: Process and mechanism of land use and land use changes on grassland, wetlands, farmland ecosystem productivity, carbon and nitrogen phosphorus cycle and carbon and nitrogen trace gases including greenhouse gases CO2, CH4, and N2O and environmental polluting gases such as NH3, NO; grazing / breeding system productivity collaboration to reduce ecological environmental load; land ecosystem carbon and nitrogen footprint; climate and nitrogen gas emissions of terrestrial ecosystem.
Research method: Point-scale carbon and nitrogen flux observations by using box-based gas chromatography or laser analysis instrument technology, combined with isotope tracing methods to fully understand the cycle of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems.Regional or global scale carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus material cycle and carbon and nitrogen exchange laws between the earth and the atmosphere are studied using synthetic-analysis or meta-analysis methods based on big data.
Member of Chinese Ecological Society
Member of Beijing Ecological Society
Currently serving as a reviewer for journals such as Global Change Biology, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Agriculture Ecosystem & Environment, Science of the Total Environment, Grassland Science, etc.
Host or participate in the project:
1. 'Double first-class' guidance project-team building funds-scientific research start-up fee, 2021.05-2026.04, in research, presided over
2. General Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China: Research on the Effects of Grazing and Reclamation on Soil Greenhouse Gas Fluxes of Typical Grasslands, 2015.01–2018.01, 31472136, finalized, as a backbone
3. The 973 Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology: Terrestrial Ecosystems in Typical Watersheds-Key Processes, Laws and Regulation Principles of Atmospheric Carbon and Nitrogen Exchanges The first topic 'On-line observational research on carbon and nitrogen exchanges and nitrogen loss in typical small watershed landscape patterns', 2012.01–2016.12 , 2012CB417100, finalize the question, participate
4. National Natural Science Foundation of China Innovative Research Group Project: Earth-Atmosphere Carbon and Nitrogen Exchange and Its Interaction with Climate, 2011.01–2016.12, 41321164, finalized, participated
5. The 973 Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology: The Regulation Mechanism and Ways of Natural Grassland Productivity The fifth topic 'The Mechanism and Ways of Grazing Optimization to Increase Grassland Productivity', 2014.01–2018.01, 2014CB138800, finalized, participated
6. Chinese Academy of Sciences Class A Strategic Leading Science and Technology Special Project: Carbon Budget Certification and Related Issues in Response to Climate Change 'Land Use CH4 and N2O Emission Data Quality Control', 2011.01–2016.12, XDA05020100, finalized, participated
7. General Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China: Effect and Mechanism of Different Straw Return on Increasing Production, Carbon Solid and Reducing Reduction of Greenhouse Gas in Corn and Wheat Rotation, 2016.01–2019.12, finalized, participated
8. National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Science Foundation: Research on the interaction process model of water, carbon, and nitrogen cycles in small watersheds in seasonally frozen areas, 2015.01–2018.01, finalized, participated
Published papers(#co-first author*corresponding author):
1.Ma, Lei., Yang, Helong., Pan, Zhanlei., Rong, Yuping*. In-situ measurements and meta-analysis reveal that land-use changes combined with low nitrogen application promote methane uptake by temperate grasslands in China. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 706, 136048.
2.Ma, Lei., Zhong, Mengying., Zhu, Yuhao., Yang, Helong., Johnson, Douglas A., Rong, Yuping*. Annual methane budgets of sheep grazing systems were regulated by grazing intensities in the temperate continental steppe: A two-year case study. Atmospheric Environment, 2018, 174, 66–75.
3.Ma, Lei., Yao, Zhisheng*., Zheng, Xunhua., Zhang, Han., Wang, Kai., Zhu, Bo., Wang, Rui., Zhang, Wei., Liu, Chunyan. Increasing grassland degradation stimulates the non-growing season CO2 emissions from an alpine meadow on the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2018, 25, 26576–26591.
4.Ma, Lei., Yuan, Fei., Liang, Hong., Rong, Yuping*. 2014. The effects of grazing management strategies on the vegetation, diet quality, intake and performance of free grazing sheep. Livestock Science, 25, 26576–26591.
5.Tang, Shiming#., Ma, Lei#., Wei, Xiaoting., Tian, Dashuan., Wang, Bojie., Li, Zhaolei., Zhang, Yujuan., Shao, Xinqing*. 2019. Methane emissions in grazing systems in grassland regions of China: a synthesis. Science of the Total Environment, 654, 662–670.
6.Ma Lei, Yuan Fei, Zhu Lingling, Wang Zhongmei, Rong Yuping*. 2013. Effects of nitrogen compound fertilizer types and nitrogen application rate on the yield and quality of silage maize in Bashang area, Acta Prata Sinica, 22, 53–59 (Acta Prata Sinica is one of the 'Top 100 Chinese Academic Journals' and 'Top 100 Newspapers').
7.Ruixuan Xu, Haiming Zhao., Guibo Liu., Yongliang You., Lei Ma., Nan Liu., Yingjun Zhang*. 2021. Effects of nitrogen and maize plant density on forage yield and nitrogen uptake in an alfalfa–silage maize relay intercropping system in the North China Plain. Field Crops Research, 263, 108068.
8.Wei Zhang., Zhisheng Yao., Siqi Li., Xunhua Zheng*., Han Zhang., Lei Ma., Kai Wang., Rui Wang., Chunyan Liu., Shenghui Han., Jia Deng., Yong Li. 2021. An improved process-oriented hydro-biogeochemical model for simulating dynamic fluxes of methane and nitrous oxide in alpine ecosystems with seasonally frozen soils. Biogeosciences,
9.Zhisheng Yao*., Lei Ma., Han Zhang., Xunhua Zheng., Kai Wang., Bo Zhu., Rui Wang., Yanqiang Wang., Wei Zhang., Chunyan Liu., Klaus Butterbach-Bahl. 2019. Characteristics of annual greenhouse gas flux and NO release from alpine meadow and forest on the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 272–273, 166–175.
10.Han Zhang., Zhisheng Yao., Lei Ma., Xunhua Zheng*., Rui Wang., Kai Wang., Chunyan Liu., Wei Zhang., Bo Zhu., Xiangyu Tang., Zhenghua Hu., Shenghui Han. 2019. Annual methane emissions from degraded alpine wetlands in the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Science of the Total Environment, 625, 885–899.
11.Hao Zhang., Yanping Guo., Wenqing Chen., Nan Liu., Shangli Shi., Yingjun Zhang*., Lei Ma., Jiqiong Zhou. 2019. The potential application of plant wax markers from alfalfa for estimating the total feed intake of sheep. Animal, 13, 2782–2791.
12.Han Zhang., Zhisheng Yao., Kai Wang., Xunhua Zheng*., Lei Ma., Rui Wang., Chunyan Liu., Wei Zhang., Bo Zhu., Xiangyu Tang., Zhenghua Hu., Shenghui Han. 2018. Annual N2O emissions from conventionally grazed typical alpine grass meadows in the eastern Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau. Science of the Total Environment, 625, 885–899.
13.Zhanlei Pan., Douglas A. Johnson., Zhijun Wei., Lei Ma., Yuping Rong*. 2016. Non-growing season soil CO2 efflux patterns in five land-use types in northern China. Atmospheric Environment, 144, 160–167.
14.Zhanlei Pan., Zhijun Wei., Lei Ma., Yuping Rong*. 2016. Effects of various stocking rates on grassland soil respiration during the non-growing season. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 364, 11–416.
15.Yuping Rong*., Lei Ma., Douglas A. Johnson. 2015. Methane uptake by four land-use types in the agro–pastoral region of northern China. Atmospheric Environment, 116, 12–21.
16.Yuping Rong*., Lei Ma., Douglas A. Johnson., Fei Yuan. 2015. Soil respiration patterns for four major land-use types of the agro–pastoral region of northern China. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 213, 142–150.
17.Lingling Zhu., Douglas A. Johnson., Weiguang Wang., Lei Ma., Yuping Rong*. 2015. Grazing effects on carbon fluxes in a Northern China grassland. Journal of Arid Environments, 114, 41–48.
18.Yuping Rong*., Fei Yuan and Lei Ma. 2014. Effectiveness of enclosures for restoring soils and vegetation degraded by overgrazing in the Junggar Basin, China. Grassland Science. DOI: 10.1111/grs.12048.
19. Zhu Lingling, Rong Yuping*, Wang Weiguang, Ma Lei. 2013. Overview of the research on the effects of grazing on the net CO2 gas exchange in grassland ecosystems. Acta Grassland, 21, 3-10.
20.Cao Wenxia*, Xu Changlin, Fang Qiang'en, Ma Lei. 2012. Floristic analysis of seed plants in the Jinqiang River Basin of Qilian Mountains. Grassland and Lawn, 32, 42–47.
Academic communications:
1.Oral report of the 8th International Nitrogen Conference: Quantifying Landscape-Level Annual Nitrous Oxide Fluxes in The Tibetan Plateau, Berlin, Germany, 2021.05.31-06.03
2.The 6th National Key Laboratory of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Physics and Atmospheric Chemistry Annual Meeting oral report: Nitrous oxide fluxes were significantly overestimated by one of the gas chromatograph-electron capture detector methods from grassland and wetland ecosystems, Beijing China, 2016.11.16 -20
3.Oral report of the 8th Beijing Ecological Society: Mild grazing can masure China's grassland grazing system productivity and methane reduction: evidence from case studies and comprehensive analysis, China, 2018.12.27
4.The 3rd Peking University Physics Global Change Graduate Forum Oral Report: Significant Overstimated Nitrous Oxide Fluxes from Alpine EcoSystems by One ChromatoGraph-Electron Capture Detector Method, China, 2016.05.29
Student training:
1.Assist the partner teacher during working at China Agricultural University to guide the doctoral student Zhang Hao, and at present, he is currently a postdoctoral researcher in China Agricultural University.
2.During his post-blog, he assisted the cooperative tutor to guide University of Freiburg undergraduate Svenja Christ in the successful completion of 'Clover cover gradient and cattle slurry application effects on greenhouse gas fluxes from pre-alpine grassland in Southern Germany' graduation thesis design. Currently she studies for a master's degree in University of Bern.
       Invite you to join! Warmly welcomed the students with an atmospheric science, computer science, ecology, grasshouse science, agronomy, and resource and environmental professional background to apply for the master degree, and at the same time, undergraduate students are welcomed to participate in graduation design.

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