Atlas of Rangeland Plants in Hulun Buir


Available for Pre-order. Due August 2022.
Atlas of Rangeland Plants in Hulun Buir Authors: , , , Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Springer International Publishing AG
Illustrations and other contents: 1300 Tables, color; 1300 Illustrations, color; Approx. 250 p. 1300 illus. in color. Language: English ISBN: 9783031072765 Categories: , , , , , , , , , ,

This book includes description of main morphological characteristics of 435 species (including varieties and subspecies) belonging to 57 families and 233 genera of endemic and endangered plants of Hulun Buir Rangeland in China. A brief description of the morphological characteristics of each plant, flowering period, zoning, habitat, and the usage habits of most plants, together with 1 to 4 photographs taken in the field are provided. This work is designed not only for researchers working in rangeland science, ecological restoration and protection but also for professionals working in rangeland and related fields. The work is a result of many years of rangeland plant collection and specimens identification.

Weight0.5 kg


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Author Biography

Xiaohui Yang, Research professor of Institute of Desertification Studies Chinese Academy of Forestry, Chief scientist of restoration ecology, doctoral supervisor. Long-term research focuses on global change, restoration ecology, remote sensing and grassland restoration. In recent years he published more than 50 papers in SCI journals. Yuanjun Zhu, an assistant Researcher, is mainly engaged in plant ecology and restoration ecology research. During his master and doctoral studies, he organized a large number of field investigations on grassland and rangeland, published 7 SCI papers, 13 papers in Chinese journals, and obtained 5 patents. Baizhu Wang, a doctoral candidate, is mainly engaged in the evaluation research of grassland degradation. In the last three year was involved in organizing and participation in the field investigation of rangeland . Yanshu Liu, associate researcher of Institute of Desertification Studies Chinese Academy of Forestry. Her focus is on the study of shrubby grassland vegetation restoration and grassland degradation restoration. In recent years, she published more than 10 papers in SCI journals and led and/or participated in many research projects.