Yunting Fang is a Professor of Ecology in Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research explores how terrestrial ecosystems change in response to changes in atmospheric N deposition and global warming by using manipulation experiments, and how atmospheric N deposition and forest productivity and N availability change in the last two centuries by using isotope natural abundance in ice core and tree rings, respectively. He is also interested in gaseous N losses from ecosystem and contribution of microbial processes. He has developed a serial new and rapid techniques to measure isotopic composition of N-bearing compounds and is employing them in his research.
Research areas: Forest Ecosystems, Global Change Biology, Stable Isotope Ecology, Atmospheric Deposition