Ph. D student
Ministry of Education Key Laboratory for Biodiversity Science and Ecological Engineering, Fudan Univeristy
Mailing Address: 101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, Oklahoma 73019, USA
B.S., Biotechnology, Fujiang Agriculture and Forest University, China, 2002-2006
M.S., Ecology, Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2007-2011
Ph. D., Ecology, Fudan University, China, 2011-
Attending Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug )‘s breeding research in Xinjiang, China, 2006-2007
Attending bird monitoring projects in Urumqi International Airport in in Xinjiang, China, 2006-2007
Responsible for Tianshan mountain desert and grassland species monitoring project in Xinjiang, China, 2008-2010
Responsible for investigating the impact of coastal reclamation onto shorebirds along the Yellow Sea of Chinese part, China, 2011-
Population ecology and spatial ecology, specific questions as follow
How do the rapid habitat loss impact migration shorebirds?
How do the shorebirds adjust their migration behavior to the habitat changes?
Y Chen, M Ma, WD Li, BW Hu, D Peng. 2011. Seasonal changes of bird communities in different habitats in desert region of Fukang, Xinjiang. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 30(2): 273-280.
Y Chen, M Ma, D Peng, WD Li, BW Hu. 2011. The Correlation Pattern between Breeding Desert Bird Communities and Natural Vegetation in Fukang, Xinjiang. Chinese Journal of Zoology, 46(6): 24-33.
M Ma, Y Chen, K Bayahen, BW Hu, F Li, JQ Wu, X Gao, Y Mei. 2010. Seasonal changes in the number of Relict Gull (Larus relictus) at Ebinur Lake, Western China. Journal of Arid Land, 2(2): 151-155.