TANG Yi, associate professor at School of Life Science, Liaoning University, received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Beijing Forestry University in 2004, Capital Normal University in 2008, and Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS in 2011, respectively. The majors of M.S. and Ph.D. degree were Physical Geography and Ecology. He worked as an Assistant Professor in Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS from 2011 to 2013. From July 2013 until now, he worked in Liaoning University. He visited Statistics Department of Fudan University in 2014 and worked as the postdoctoral fellow in Statistics Post-doctoral Research Center, Liaoning University. The research interests focus on two aspects, i.e. Population Ecology and Spatial Ecology, and Statistics and Data mining. The main research achievements are as follows (recent three years):
1. Tang Y, Li X. 2016. Simulating effects of precipitation and initial planting density on population size of Mongolian pine in the Horqin Sandy Land, China. Agroforestry Systems, DOI 10.1007/s10457-016-0004-2.
2. Zhang M, Wu J, Tang Y. 2016. The effects of grazing on the spatial pattern of elm (Ulmus pumila L.) in the sparse woodland steppe of Horqin Sandy Land in northeastern China. Solid Earth, 7, 631–637(Corresponding Author).
3. Tang Y, Jin SS, Zhang XW, Wang M, Carlos B. 2015. Estimating the transpiration of Pinus sylvestris trees: from an individual to a stand scale. Biocell, 39(1):14-23.
4. Yang RH, Zhao CY, Wang XJ, Tang Y. 2015. Research progress of stability of sand-binding plant communities. Journal of Central South University of Forestry & Technology, 35(11):158-135.
5. Tang Y, Jiang DM, Lü XT. 2014. Effects of exclosure management on elm (Ulmus pumila) recruitment in Horqin Sandy Land, Northeastern China. Arid Land Research and Management, 28:109-117.
6. Jiang DM, Tang Y, Carlos B. 2014. Effects of vegetation cover on recruitment of Ulmus pumila L. in Horqin Sandy Land, northeastern China. Journal of Arid Land, 6(3):343-351 (co-first Author).
7. Tang Y, Li M, Zhang XW, Xing SG. 2014. Contribution of Indicators System to Evaluate Government Performance-A Case Study on Liaoning Province. Journal of Liaoning University (Natural Sciences Edition), 41(2): 187-192.