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Dr. Pengfei Wu,  Southwest Minzu University, China
College of Life Science and Technology,
Southwest Minzu University
Yihuan Road, Wuhou District,
Chengdu, Sichuan, P.R. of China
Research Interests
I have diverse, multidisciplinary, and innovative research interests. My current research focus is on the soil invertebrate diversity on the eastern edge of Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. I specifically focus on the diversity, function, and spatio-temporal distribution of soil fauna and on the responses of soil fauna to climate change, degradation of alpine meadows, and grazing. I conduct this research in the forest and alpine meadow ecosystems of the Hengduan Mountains and the Zoigê Alpine Wetland. In the future, I will be interested in the soil microbial ecology because of the close relationship between soil invertebrates and soil microbes.
Selected Publication List
• WU Pengfei, Zhang Hongzhi, Wang Yong. How soil macroinvertebrates respond to alpine meadow degradation on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Applied Soil Ecology, 2015, 90: 60–67.
• Wu Pengfei, Liu Xingliang, Liu Shirong, Wang Jingxin, Wang Yong. Composition and spatio-temporal variation of soil microarthropods in the biodiversity hotspot of northern Hengduan Mountains, China. European Journal of Soil Biology, 2014, 62: 30-38.
• WU Pengfei, Liu Shirong, Liu Xingliang. Composition and spatio-temporal changes of soil macroinvertebrate communities in the biodiversity hotspot of the northern Hengduanshan Mountains, China. Plant and Soil, 2012, 357: 321-338.
• WU Pengfei, ZHU Bo. Progress in Environmental Science and Technology, 2009, Vol(II): 465-472.
• WU Pengfei, ZHU Bo. Spatial and temporal distributions of soil organic matter in the mixed plantations of alder and cypress in the hilly areas of central Sichuan Basin. Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences, 2006, 11(4): 1021-1027.
• LI Meng, WU Pengfei*, WANG Yong. Vertical distributions of soil fauna communities on the eastern slope of Gongga Mountain. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2015, 35(7): 2295-2307 (In Chinese).
• LI Meng, HE Xianjin, WU Pengfei*. Responses of Soil Nematodes to Short-term Soil Water Content Changes. Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2014, 27(2): 710-714 (In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei*, ZHANG Hongzhi, CUI Liwei, ZHONG Hongmei. Responses of soil macrofauna diversities to the degradation of alpine meadow. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 2013, 50(4): 160-173(In Chinese)
• LI Meng, ZHONG Hongmei, CHEN Zhengfu, ZHONG Qizhi, HE Xianjin, WU Pengfei*. Effects of shrub Pittosporum tobira on the community structure and diversity of soil fauna.. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2013, 32(4): 952-958(In Chinese).
• CUI Liwei, LIU Shirong, LIU Xingliang, WU Pengfei*, et al. Changes of soil faunal communities during the restoration progress of Abies faxoniana Forests in Northwestern Sichuan. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2012, 32(15): 4772-4783(In Chinese).
• Zhang Hongzhi, WU Pengfei*, Cui Liwei. Structural characteristics of soil macrofauna community in the alpine meadow and its relationship with environment. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 2012, 49(6): 192-198(In Chinese).
• He Xinjin, WU Pengfei*, Cui Liwei, Zhang Hongzhi. Effects of slope gradient on the community structures and diversities of soil fauna. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2012, 32(12): 3701-3713(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, YANG Daxing. Influence of degradation on soil meso-microfauna communities in Zoigê alpine meadow, China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2011, 31(13): 3745-3757(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, LIU Shi-Rong. Spatial distribution characters of soil macrofauna in winter in Miyaluo forest area Westernorth Sichuan, China. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 2011, 48(3): 659-664(In Chinese).
• ZHANG Hongzhi, WU Pengfei*, et al. Dynamics of soil meso-and microfauna communities in Zoigê alpine meadows on the eastern edge of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2011, 31(15): 4385-4397(In Chinese).
• CUI Liwei, LIU Shirong, LIU Xingliang, WU Pengfei*, et al. Soil meso-micro faunal diversity in different restoration types of forest ecosystems in Miyaluo, West Sichuan. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2011, 30(6): 1153-1162(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, LIU Shirong. Impacts of Secondary Geological Disasters Induced by Wenchuan Earthquake on Soil Fauna Community. Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 2010,46(9): 115-123(In Chinese).
• YANG Daxing, WU Pengfei*, Chen Zhihua. Soil fauna diversity of the Rape (Brassica napus) land in the suburb of Chengdu City. Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2009, 22(2): 377-381(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, YU Xiaofei, YANG Daxing. Comparison of soil fauna community characters of three different land utilizations in the suburbs of Chengdu City. Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities (Natural Science Edition), 2009, 35(5): 1006-1012(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, LIU Xingliang, LIU Shirong. Comparisons of Soil Animal Community Characteristics of Subalpine Meadow between Winter and Spring in Miyaluo. Acta Prataculturaes Sinica, 2009, 18(5): 123-129(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, ZHU Bo. Comparisons of the soil animal community Characteristics between the mixed Alder and Cypress plantation and Cypress plantation. Chinese Journal of Applied Environmental Biology, 2008, 14(4): 448-493(In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, ZHU Bo, LIU Shirong. Carbon storage and it’s allocation of the mixed alder and cypress plantations ecosystem at different age stages. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 2008, 19(7): 1419-1424 (In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, WANG Yuezhao, ZENG Zongyong, et al. The Growth and Growth Differences between Female and Male of Phrynocephalus vlangalii. Journal of Sichuan University (Natural Science Edition), 2005, 42(6): 1252-1257 (In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, ZENG Zongyong, WANG Yuezhao, ZHU Bo. A new method for investigating Phrynocephalus vlangalii population density. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2005, 24(10): 1241- 1244 (In Chinese).
• WU Pengfei, WANG Yuezhao, ZHU Bo, ZENG Zongyong. Phrynocephalus vlangalii at Zoigê, Sichuan: Burrow Density and Depth and Their Implications. Zoological Research, 2004,25(4): 311-315 (In Chinese).
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