Main research interests and research directions
1. Vegetation phenology: using natural and controlled experiments to study the response and feedback of vegetation phenology to climate change;
2. Remote sensing ecology and ecosystem ecology: ecosystem structure and function study using near-surface and satellite remote sensing;
3. Big data statistical analysis: mainly involved in data analysis and modeling;
4. Vegetation hydrologic process: focusing on the impact of vegetation dynamics on terrestrial ecosystem hydrologic processes;
Representative research projects
1. National Talent Program in 2017;
2. NSFC project, Response and simulation of temperate vegetation phenology to climate change in China, 01/2018 – 12/2022;
3. Principal investigator of the special sub-project of the ministry of science and technology, "global change drives the interaction of natural and human elements on the continental surface and regional performance";
4. Vegetation phenology and terrestrial hydrology processes, 06/2018 – 05/2021;
1. Yongshuo H Fu; et al, 2015, Declining global warming effects on the phenology of spring leaf unfolding. Nature, 2015, 526:104-107. DOI: 10.1038/nature15402.
2. Yongshuo H Fu*,et al, 2014, Variation in leaf flushing date influences autumnal senescence and next year's flushing date in two temperate tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS);2014,111(20):7355-60.
3. Yongshuo H Fu*, et al, 2019, Daylength helps temperate deciduous trees to leaf‐out at the optimal time, Global change biology 25 (7), 2410-2418
4. Geng X, et al, Yongshuo H Fu*, et al, 2020, Extended growing season reduced river runoff in Luanhe River basin, Journal of Hydrology, 124538.
5. Yongshuo H Fu*, et al, 2018,Larger temperature response of autumn leaf senescence than spring leaf-out phenology, Global Change Biology, DOI:10.1111/gcb.14021.
6. Yongshuo H Fu*,et al.2016, Three times greater weight of daytime than of nighttime temperature on leaf unfolding phenology in temperate trees, New phytologist, 212, 590–597.
7. Yongshuo H Fu; et al.2015, Increased heat requirement for leaf flushing in temperate woody species over 1980-2012: effects of chilling, precipitation and insolation, Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12863.