Dr. Lijuan Cui
2nd Feb 1968/ Female
Professor/ Director/ Chief Specialist of Institute of Wetland Research, Chinese Academy of Forestry;
Director of Chinese Wetland Ecosystem Research Network (CWERN);
Leader of Working Group (Climate change and Wetlands), Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP), Ramsar Convention.
Research Fields and Interesting
26 years of professional experience in the field of wetland ecology and environmental science, and interested in wetlands restoration, wetland monitoring and evaluation. The leader of several national research funds on wetland hydrology, wetland restoration and ecosystem service on wetlands, including (1) China national wetland ecosystem service assessment of typical lakes and marshes; (2) Wetland ecosystem function mechanism and its regulation and restoration in Tai Lake (2009-2013); (3) Demonstration projects on wetland conservation and restoration technique (2006-2009).
Wetlands in Beijing, 2012, Beijing Publishing Group
Get to know Wetlands, 2012, Higher Education Press(China)
The Wetland Restoration Handbook Guiding Principles and Case Studies, 2006, China Architecture &Building Press
Ramsar sites in China, 2008, Chinese Forestry Press
Evaluation on Wetland Value, 2001, Science Press(China)
Performance evaluation of an integrated constructed wetland used to treat a contaminated aquatic environment. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 2014, 22(5):493-507.
Variability and Changes in Climate, Phenology, and Gross Primary Production of an Alpine Wetland Ecosystem. Remote Sensing. 2016, 8(5):391; doi:10.3390/rs8050391.
Exploring the hydrologic relationships in a swamp-dominated watershed—A network-environ-analysis based approach. Ecological modelling. 2013, 252:273-279.
Dynamics of the lakes in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River basin, China, since late nineteenth century. Environ Monit Assess. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 2013, 185(5): 4005-4018.
Quantitative analysis of the driving forces causing declines in marsh wetland landscapes in the Honghe region, northeast China, from 1975 to 2006. Environmental Earth Science, 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s12665-013-2542-5.
Using remotely sensed suspended sediment concentration variation to improve management of Poyang Lake, China. Lake And Reservoir Management, 2013, 29(1):47-60.
Estimating Carex quality with laboratory-based hyperspectral measurements. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 2013.34(5): 1866-1878
Identification and modelling the HRT distribution in subsurface constructed wetland. J. Environ. Monit., 2012, 14, 3037-3044
Monitoring the impact of backflow and dredging on waterclarity using MODIS images of Poyang Lake, China, Hydrologial Processes, 2009, 23(2):342-350.
Wetland classification and its encoding system in China, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 2007, 29(3):87-92
The Brief Introduction
Professor Cui Lijuan is the director and chief specialist of the Institute of Wetland Research, Chinese Academy of Forestry, with 26 years of professional experience in the field of wetland ecology and environmental science. Current research interests include wetland restoration, monitoring and evaluation; wetland management, planning and policies; wetland processes and environmental effects; and wetland ecosystem services. Prof. cui is the leader of several Chinese national projects and international cooperative projects on wetland conservation and restoration. She is also the member of the Chinese National Wetland Science and Technology Committee and China’s National Science and Technology Committee for the Ramsar Convention’s implementation. Recently, Prof. cui has been elected as an invited STRP expert from 2009-2012 and STRP member from 2013-2015, 2002-2005.