Prof. Baoshan Cui

School of Environment

Beijing Normal University (BNU), China




2000 Ph.D., Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China

Publications (Selected)

  1. Cui BS, Zhang QJ, Zhang KJ, Liu XH, Zhang HG. 2011. Analyzing trophic transfer of heavy metals for food webs in the newly-formed wetlands of the Yellow River Delta, China, Environmental Pollution, 159, 1297-1306.
  2. Cui BS, He Q, Zhang KJ, Chen X. 2011. Determinants of annual–perennial plant zonation across a salt–fresh marsh interface: a multistage assessment, Oecologia,166,1067-1075.
  3. Cui BS, Hu B, Zhai HJ. 2011. Employing three ratio indices for ecological effect assessment of Manwan dam construction in the Lancang River, China. River Research and Application, 27(8),1000-1022.
  4. Cui BS, He Q, An Y. 2011.Community structure and abiotic determinants of salt marsh plant zonation vary across topographic gradients. Estuaries and Coasts, 34,459-469
  5. Zhang HG, Cui BS*, Hong JM, Zhang KJ. 2011. Synergism of natural and constructed wetlands in Beijing, China. Ecological Engineering, 37,128-138.
  6. Liu Q, Cui BS*.2011. Impacts of climate change/variability on the streamflow in the Yellow River Basin, China. Ecological Modelling, 222, 268-274.
  7. Bai JH, Cui BS, Chen B, Zhang KJ, Deng W, Gao HF, Xiao R. 2011.Spatial distribution and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments from a typical plateau lake wetland, China. Ecological Modelling, 222, 301-306.
  8. Cui BS, Yang QC, Zhang KJ, Zhao XS, You ZY. 2010. Responses of saltcedar (Tamarix chinensis) to water table depth and soil salinity in the Yellow River Delta, China. Plant Ecology,209,279-290.
  9. Cui BS, Li X, Zhang KJ. 2010. Classification of hydrological conditions to assess water allocation schemes for Lake Baiyangdian in North China. Journal of Hydrology, 385,247-256.
  10. Zhao H, Cui BS*, Zhang KJ. 2010. The distribution of heavy metal in surface soils and their uptake by plants along roadside slopes in Longitudinal Range Gorge Region (LRGR), China. Environmental Earth Science, 61, 1013-1023.
  11. Cui BS, Hua YY, Wang CF,Liao XL,Tan XJ,Tao WD. 2010. Estimation of Ecological Water Requirements Based on Habitat Response to Water Level in Huanghe River Delta, China. Chinese Geographical Science, 20, 318-329.
  12. Zhai HJ, Cui BS*, Hu B, Zhang KJ. 2010. Prediction of the river ecological integrity after the cascade hydropower dam construction on the mainstream of rivers in Longitudinal Range-Gorge Region (LRGR), China. Ecological Engineering, 36, 361-372.
  13. Bai JH, Cui BS*, Yang ZF,Xu XF, Ding QY, Gao HF. 2010. Heavy metal contamination of cultivated wetland soil along plateau lake from southwest China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 59,1781-1788.
  14. Liu Q, Yang ZF, Cui BS, Sun T. 2010. The temporal trends of reference evapotranspiration and its sensitivity to key meteorological variables in the Yellow River Basin, China. Hydrological Processes, 24, 2171-2181.
  15. Cui BS, Yang QC, Yang ZF, Zhang KJ. 2009. Evaluating the ecological performance of wetland restoration in the Yellow River Delta, China. Ecological Engineering ,35, 1090-1103.
  16. Cui BS, Zhai HJ, Dong SK, Chen B, Liu SL. 2009. Multivariate analysis of the effects of edaphic and topographical factors on plant distribution in the Yilong Lake Basin of Yun-Gui Plateau, China. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 89, 209-219
  17. Cui BS, Wang CF, Tao WD, You ZY. 2009. River channel network design for drought and flood control: A case study of Xiaoqinghe River basin, Jinan City, China. Journal of Environmental Management, 90, 3675-3686.
  18. Cui BS, Zhao SQ, Zhang KJ, Li SC, Dong SK, Bai JH. 2009. Disturbance of Dabao highway construction on plant species and soil nutrients in Longitudinal Range Gorge Region(LRGR) of Southwestern China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 158, 545-559.
  19. Cui BS, Tang N, Zhao XS, Bai JH. 2009. A management-oriented valuation method to determine ecological water requirement for wetlands in the Yellow River Delta of China. Journal for Nature Conservation, 17,129-141.
  20. He Q, Cui BS*, Cai YZ, Deng JF, Sun T, Yang ZF. 2009. What confines an annual plant to two separate zones along coastal topographic gradients? Hydrobiologia, 630, 327-340.

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