Prof. Haiyan Chu

Institute of Soil Science

Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China






2000  Ph.D., Institute of Soil Science, CAS, China

1997  M.S., Huazhong Agriculture University, China

1994  B.S., Anhui Agriculture University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Sun R, Guo X, Wang D, Chu H*. 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, DOI: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2015.06.010.
  2. Shen C, Ni Y, Liang W, Wang J, Chu H*. Distinct soil bacterial communities along a small-scale elevational gradient in alpine tundra. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2015, 6, 582.
  3. Sun R, Zhang X, Guo X, Wang D, Chu H*. 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.
  4. Shi Y, Grogan P, Sun H, Xiong J, Yang Y, Zhou J, Chu H*. Multi-scale variability analysis reveals the importance of spatial distance in shaping Arctic soil microbial functional communities. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2015, 86,126-134.
  5. Shi Y, Xiang X, Shen C, Chu H*, Neufeld JD, Walker VK, Grogan P. Vegetation-associated impacts on Arctic tundra bacterial and eukaryotic microbial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2015, 81:492-501.
  6. Shen C, Liang W, Yu S, Lin X, Zhang H, Wu X, Xie G, Chain P, Grogan P, Chu H*. Contrasting elevational diversity patterns between eukaryotic soil microbes and plants. Ecology, 2014, 95: 3190-3202.
  7. Feng Y, Grogan P, Caporaso JG, Zhang H, Lin X, Knight R, Chu H*. pH is a good predictor of the distribution of anoxygenic purple phototrophic bacteria in Arctic soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2014, 74: 193-200.
  8. Xiong J, Sun H, Peng F, Zhang H, Xue X, Gibbons SM, Gilbert JA, Chu H*. Characterizing changes in soil bacterial community structure in response to short-term warming. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2014, 89:218-292.
  9. Xiang X, Shi Y, Yang J, Kong J,, Lin X, Zhang H, Zeng J, Chu H*. Rapid recovery of soil bacterial communities after wildfire in a Chinese boreal forest. Scientific Reports, 2014, 4: 3829.
  10. Shen C, Xiong J, Zhang H, Feng Y, Lin X, Li X, Liang W, Chu H*. Soil pH drives the spatial distribution of bacterial communities along elevation on Changbai Mountain. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2013, 57, 204-211.
  11. Xiong J, Liu Y, Lin X, Zhang H, Zeng J, Hou J, Yang Y, Yao T, Knight R, Chu H*. Geographic distance and pH drive bacterial distribution in alkaline lake sediments across Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Microbiology, 2012, 14, 2457–2466.
  12. Chu H*, Neufeld JD, Walker VK, Grogan P. The influence of vegetation type on the dominant soil bacteria, archaea and fungi in a low arctic tundra landscape. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2011, 75, 1756-1765.
  13. Chu H*, Fierer N, Lauber C, Caporaso JG, 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.
  14. Chu H*, Grogan P. Soil microbial biomass, nutrient availability and nitrogen mineralization potential among vegetation types across an arctic tundra landscape. Plant and Soil,2010, 329411-420
  15. Chu H*, 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, 73: 2026-2031.
  16. Chu H*, 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 & Biochemistry, 2008, 40: 1960-1963.
  17. Chu H*, 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 & Biochemistry, 2007, 39: 2971-2976.
  18. Chu H, 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.
  19. Chu H, 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 & Biochemistry, 2007, 39: 330-339.

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