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安徽农业大学,获土壤学学士学位(1990-1994)
华中农业大学,获植物营养学硕士学位(1994-1997)
中国科学院南京土壤研究所,获土壤学博士学位(1997-2000)

中国科学院南京土壤研究所,助理研究员、副研究员(2000-2004)
日本国际农林水产业研究中心,长期招聘研究员(2001-2003)
日本国立农业环境技术研究所,日本学术振兴会特别研究员(2004-2007)
加拿大女王大学,研究助理(2007-2010)
入选中科院“百人计划”; 中国科学院南京土壤研究所,研究员( 2010-)

我国高寒土壤微生物应对气候变化的响应机制,中国科学院百人计划项目,2010-2013
长白山高山苔原土壤微生物群落组成与功能研究,国家自然科学基金面上项目,2011-2013
我国高寒土壤微生物群落组成与功能,研究所知识创新工程项目,2010-2013

  1. Xiang XJ, He D, He JS, D.D. Myrold, Chu HY. Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria rather than archaea respond to short-term urea amendment in an alpine grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemisrty, 2017, 107: 218-225
  2. Zhang KP, Shi Y, Jing X, He JS, Sun RB, Yang YF, Ashley Shade, Chu HY. Effects of short-term warming and altered precipitation on soil microbial communities in alpine grassland of the Tibetan Plateau. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2017, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00667
    He D, Xiang XJ, He JS, et al. Composition of the soil fungal community is more sensitive to phosphorus than nitrogen addition in the alpine meadow on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 2016, 52: 1059-1072
  3. Chu HY, Sun HB, B.M. Tripathi, et al. Bacterial community dissimilarity between the surface and subsurface soils equals horizontal differences over several kilometers in the western Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Microbiology, 2016, 18: 1523-1533
  4. Yang T, P. Weisenhorn, J.A. Gilbert, et al. Carbon constrains fungal endophyte assemblages along the timberline. Environmental Microbiology, 2016, 18: 2455-2469
  5. Zeng J, Liu XJ, Song L, et al. Nitrogen fertilization directly affects soil bacterial diversity and indirectly affe- cts bacterial community composition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2016, 92: 41-49
  6. Shen WS, Ni YY, Gao N, et al. Bacterial community composition is shaped by soil secondary salinization and acidification brought on by high nitrogen fertilization rates. Applied Soil Ecology, 2016, 108: 76-83
  7. Sun RB, Melissa Dsouza, Jack A. Gibert, Guo XS, Wang DZ, Guo ZB, Ni YY, Chu HY. Fungal community composition in soils subjected to long-term chemical fertilization is most influenced by the type of organic matter. Environmental Microbiology, doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13512
  8. Shen CC, Shi Y, Ni YY, et al Dramatic increases of soil microbial functional gene diversity at the treeline ecotone of changbai mountain. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2016, 7: 1184
  9. Zhang KP, Shi Y, Jing X, et al. Effects of short-term warming and altered precipitation on soil microbial communities in alpine grassland of the Tibetan Plateau. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2016, 7: 1032
  10. Yang T, Sun HB, Shen CC, et al. Fungal assemblages in different habitats in an erman's birch forest. Frontiers in Micribiology, 2016, 7: 1368
    Shi Y, Adams Jonathan M, Ni YY, et al. The biogeography of soil archaeal communities on the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6: 38893
  11. Chu HY, Xiang XJ, Yang J, et al. Effects of slope aspects on soil bacterial and Arbuscular fungal communities in a boreal forest in China. Pedosphere, 2016, 26: 226-234
  12. Xiang XJ, S.M. Gibbons, He JS, et al. Response of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities to short-term fertilization in an alpine grassland on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. PeerJ, 2016, 4: e2226
  13. Shi Y, Xiang XJ, Shen CC, et al. Vegetation-associated impacts on Arctic tundra bacterial and micro-eukaryotic communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2015, 81: 492-501
  14. Sun RB, Guo XS, Wang DZ, et al. Effects of long-term application of chemical and organic fertilizers on the abundance of microbial communities involved in the nitrogen cycle. Applied Soil Ecology, 2015, 95, 171-178
    Shen CC, Ni YY, Liang WJ, et al. Distinct soil bacterial communities along a small-scale elevational gradient in alpine tundra. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2015, 6: 582
  15. Xiang XJ, Sean M. Gibbons, Yang J, Kong JJ, Sun RB, Chu HY. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities show low resistance and high resilience to wildfire disturbance. Plant and Soil, 2015, 397(1): 347-356
  16. Shi Y, Paul Grogan, Sun HB, et al. Multi-scale variability analysis reveals the importance of spatial distance in shaping Arctic soil microbial functional communities. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2015, 86: 126-134
  17. Sun RB, Zhang XX, Guo XS, et al. Bacterial diversity in soils subjected to long-term chemical fertilization can be more stably maintained with the addition of livestock manure than wheat straw. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2015, 88: 9-18
  18. Xiong Jinbo, Sun Huaibo, Peng Fei, Zhang Huayong, Xue Xian, Sean M. Gibbons, Jack A. Gibert, Chu HY. Characterizing changes in soil bacterial community structure in response to short-term warming. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2014, DOI: 10.1111/1574-6941.12289
  19. Xiang Xingjia, Shi Yu, Yang Jian, Kong Jianjian, Lin Xiangui, Zhang Huayong, Zeng Jun, Chu HY. Rapid recovery of soil bacterial communities after wildfire in a Chinese boreal forest. Scientific Reports, 2014, 4: 3829
  20. Feng Youzhi, Paul Grogan, J. Gregory Caporaso, Zhang Huayong, Lin Xiangui, Rob Knight, Chu HY. pH is a good predictor of the distribution of anoxygenic purple phototrophic bacteria in Arctic soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2014, 74: 193-200
  21. Ma DW, Zhu RB, Ding W, Shen CC, Chu HY, Lin XG. Ex-situ enzyme activity and bacterial community diversity through soil depth profiles in penguin and seal colonies on Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica. Polar Biology, 2013, DOI 10.1007/s00300-013-1355-z
  22. Congcong Shen, Jinbo Xiong, Huayong Zhang, Youzhi Feng, Xiangui Lin, Xinyu Li, Wenju Liang, Chu HY. Soil pH drives the spatial distribution of bacterial communities along elevation on Changbai Mountain. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2013, 57: 204-211.
  23. Xiong JB, Liu YQ, Lin XG, Zhang HY, Zeng J, Hou JZ, Yang YP, Yao TD, Knight R, Chu HY. Geographic distance and pH drive bacterial distribution in alkaline lake sediments across Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Microbiology, 2012, 14(9): 2457-2466
  24. Chu HY, Neufeld J D, Walker V K, Grogan P. The influence of vegetation type on soil bacterial, archaeal and fungal community structures in a low arctic tundra landscape. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2011, 75: 1756-1765
  25. Chu HY, Fierer N, Lauber C, Caporaso J G, Knight R, Grogan P. Soil bacterial diversity in the Arctic is not fundamentally different from that found in other biomes. Environmental Microbiology, 2010, 12: 2998-3006
  26. Chu HY, Grogan P. Soil microbial biomass, nutrient availability and nitrogen mineralization potential among vegetation types across an arctic tundra landscape. Plant and Soil, 2010, 329: 411-420
  27. Buckeridge KM, Zufelt E, Chu HY, et al.. Soil nitrogen cycling rates in low arctic shrub tundra are enhanced by litter feedbacks. Plant and Soil, 2010, 330(1–2): 407–421
  28. Chu HY, Morimoto S, Fujii T, Yagi K, Nishimura S. Soil ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities in paddy rice fields as affected by upland conversion history. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2009, 76: 2026-2031
  29. Chu HY, Fujii T, Morimoto S, Lin X, Yagi K. Population size and specific nitrification potential of soil ammonia-oxidizing bacteria under long-term fertilizer management. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2008, 40: 1960-1963
  30. Chu HY, Fujii T, Morimoto S, Lin X, Yagi K, Hu J, Zhang J. Community structure of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria under long-term application of mineral fertilizer and organic manure in a sandy loam soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2007, 73: 485-491
  31. Chu HY, Lin X, Fujii T, Morimoto S, Yagi K, Hu J, Zhang J. Soil microbial biomass, dehydrogenase activity, bacterial community structure in response to long-term fertilizer management. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2007, 39: 2971-2976
  32. Chu HY, Hosen Y, Yagi K. NO, N2O, CH4 and CO2 fluxes in winter barley field of Japanese Andisol as affected by N fertilizer management. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2007, 39: 330-339