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Lab of Animal Invasion Ecology and Conservation Biogeography

Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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We are a young and enthusiastic lab with great interests falling at the interface of invasion ecology, macroecology, and conservation biogeography by integrating field studies, mesocosm experiments, and ecological models. Most of our research focuses on some scientific questions of general interest on how globalization anthropogenic changes, mainly including biological invasions, climate change, and wildlife disease affect biodiversity from local to global scales. We mainly focus on amphibians because they are among the most threatened vertebrate on Earth, but also work with other taxa when necessary. 

My interests fall at the interface of animal ecology, conservation biology, macroecology, and biogeography by integrating field surveys, mesocosm experiments and spatial models. Much of my present research has focused on some scientific matters of general interest on how biological invasions affect biodiversity and interact with other global change factors from local to global scales. Most of my research focuses on amphibians because they are declining globally and are among the most threatened vertebrate taxon on Earth.

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1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China


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