刘 宣

中国科学院动物研究所

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  • 刘 宣
  • 副研究员
  • 北京市朝阳区北辰西路1号院5号
姓 名: 刘 宣
学 科: 生态学
电话/传真: +86-10-64807122 / +86-10-64807099
电子邮件: liuxuan@ioz.ac.cn
通讯地址: 北京市朝阳区北辰西路1号院5号 中国科学院动物研究所动物生态与保护生物学院重点实验室多样性与空间生态学研究组 100101
更多信息: 多样性与空间生态学研究组

简历介绍:

刘宣,男,博士。2007年在华南师范大学获硕士学位,2011年在中国科学院动物研究所获博士学位,2016年在美国哈佛大学做访问学者。主要以外来两栖爬行动物为研究对象,以生物入侵过程为主线,综合运用野外工作、受控实验、地理信息系统和生态学模型技术,围绕入侵成功机理、入侵种生态危害和入侵风险预测框架等入侵生态学和保护生物学重要前沿领域和核心科学问题,开展了连续性、系统性研究工作,相关研究成果在Current Biology, Ecology Letters, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Proceedings B, Journal of Animal Ecology, Conservation Letters, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Journal of Biogeography等生态学和保护生物学主流期刊发表学术论文28篇,得到Faculty of 1000,美国科学促进会(AAAS),英国生态学会(BES),ScienceDaily,The Scientist等的推荐和点评。

研究领域:

入侵生态学、宏生态学、保护生物地理学。

社会任职:

Journal of Animal Ecology编委Diversity and Distributions编委Science Advances, Global Change Biology, Ecography, Journal of Applied Ecology等20余种学术期刊审稿人中国科学院青年创新促进会会员中国动物学会两栖爬行动物学分会理事国际动物学会生物入侵专家工作组成员国际生物地理学会会员国际两栖爬行动物学会会员中国动物学会会员中国生态学学会会员英国生态学会会员

获奖及荣誉:

中国动物学会第七届青年科技奖全国优秀青年动物生态学工作者中国生态系统研究网络十佳青年优秀学术论文奖中国科学院地奥奖学金一等奖中国科学院研究生院三好学生中国科学院研究生院优秀毕业生

承担科研项目情况:

国家自然科学基金面上项目,多个同域分布入侵种对当地无尾两栖类的影响机制 2019/01-2022/12,主持。国家自然科学基金面上项目,繁殖体压力和景观异质性对外来种自然扩散模式的影响机制 2016/01-2019/12,主持。中国科学院青年创新促进会人才资助项目,2015/01-2018/12,主持。天津滨海新区两栖动物监测,国家环保部生物多样性监测项目,2018/01-2027/12,主持。国家自然科学青年基金,牛蛙入侵对云南两栖动物群落结构和功能同质化的影响,2013/01-2015/12,主持。北京市自然科学基金,新发高传染性壶菌感染北京地区两栖动物的研究,2013/01-2015/12,主持。

代表论著:

2019Liu, X., Blackburn, T.M., Song, T., Li, X., Huang, C. & Li, Y. (2019) Risks of Biological Invasion on the Belt and Road.Current Biology, 29: 499-505.Bower, D.S., Lips, K.R., Amepou, Y., Richards, S., Dahl, C., Nagombi, E., Supuma, M., Dabek, L., Alford, R.A., Schwarzkopf, L., Ziembicki, M., Noro, J.N., Hamidy, A., Gillespie, G.R., Berger, L., Eisemberg, C., Li, Y., Liu, X., Jennings, C.K., Tjaturadi, B., Peters, A., Krockenberger, A.K., Nason, D., Kusrini, M.D., Webb, R.J., Skerratt, L.F., Banks, C., Mack, A.L., Georges, A. & Clulow, S. (2019) Island of opportunity: can New Guinea protect amphibians from a globally emerging pathogen? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, doi:10.1002/fee.2057Wang, S.P., Liu, C.H., Wu, J., Xu, C.X., Zhang, J.Q., Bai, C.M., Gao, X., Liu, X., Li, X.P., Zhu, W. & Li, Y.M. (2019) Propagule pressure and hunting pressure jointly determine genetic evolution in insular populations of a global frog invader. Scientific Reports, 9,448.2018Liu, X.#, Wang, S.#, Ke, Z.#, Cheng, C., Wang, Y., Zhang, F., Xu, F., Li, X., Gao, X., Jin, C., Zhu, W., Yan, S. & Li, Y. (2018) More invaders do not result in heavier impacts: the effects of nonnative bullfrogs on native anurans are mitigated by high densities of nonnative crayfish.Journal of AnimalEcology, 87:850-862.2017Liu, X.#, Petitpierre, B.#, Broennimann, O., Li, X., Guisan, A. & Li, Y. (2017) Realized climatic niches are conserved along maximum temperatures among herpetofaunal invaders. Journal of Biogeography, 44, 111-121.Wang, S., Liu, C., Wilson, A.B., Zhao, N., Li, X., Zhu, W., Gao, X., Liu, X. & Li, Y. (2017) Pathogen richness and abundance predict patterns of adaptive major histocompatibility complex variation in insular amphibians.Molecular Ecology, 26, 4671-4685.2016Liu, X., Guo, Y., Luo, Y. & Li, Y. (2016) Emergent Vegetation Coverage and Human Activities Influence Oviposition Microhabitat Selection by Invasive Bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus) in Southwestern China. Journal of Herpetology, 50, 57-62.Li, X.#, Liu, X.#, Kraus, F., Tingley, R. & Li, Y. (2016) Risk of biological invasions is concentrated in biodiversity hotspots. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14, 411-417. (co-first author, cover story)Li, Y., Li, X., Sandel, B., Blank, D., Liu, Z., Liu, X. & Yan, S. (2016) Climate and topography explain range sizes of terrestrial vertebrates. Nature Climate Change, 6, 498-502.Cohen, J.M., Civitello, D.J., Brace, A.J., Feichtinger, E.M., Ortega, C.N., Richardson, J.C., Sauer, E.L., Liu, X. & Rohr, J.R. (2016) Spatial scale modulates the strength of ecological processes driving disease distributions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, E3359-E3364.Zhu, W., Fan, L., Soto-Azat, C., Yan, S., Gao, X., Liu, X., Wang, S., Liu, C., Yang, X. & Li, Y. (2016) Filling a gap in the distribution of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis: evidence in amphibians from northern China. Diseases of aquatic organisms, 118, 259-266.2015Liu, X., Luo, Y., Chen, J., Guo, Y., Bai, C. & Li, Y. (2015) Diet and Prey Selection of the Invasive American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) in Southwestern China. Asian herpetological research, 6, 34-44.2014Liu, X.#, Li, X.#, Liu, Z.#, Tingley, R., Kraus, F., Guo, Z. & Li, Y. (2014) Congener diversity, topographic heterogeneity and human-assisted dispersal predict spread rates of alien herpetofauna at a global scale. Ecology Letters17:821-829.Li, Y.#, Liu, X.#, Li, X.#, Petitpierre, B. & Guisan, A. (2014) Residence time, expansion toward the equator in the invaded range and native range size matter to climatic niche shifts in non-native species. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 23, 1094-1104. (co-first author)Wang, S., Zhu, W., Gao, X., Li, X., Yan, S., Liu, X., Yang, J., Gao, Z. & Li, Y. (2014) Population size and time since island isolation determine genetic diversity loss in insular frog populations. Molecular Ecology, 23, 637-648.Zhu, W., Bai, C., Wang, S., Soto-Azat, C., Li, X., Liu, X. & Li, Y. (2014) Retrospective Survey of Museum Specimens Reveals Historically Widespread Presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in China. EcoHealth, 11, 241-250.Zhu, W., Xu, F., Bai, C., Liu, X., Wang, S., Gao, X., Yan, S., Li, X., Liu, Z. & Li, Y. (2014) A survey for Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in Chinese amphibians. Current Zoology, 60, 729-735.2013Liu, X., Rohr, J.R. & Li, Y. (2013) Climate, vegetation, introduced hosts and trade shape a global wildlife pandemic. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280, 20122506. (double star recommendation by Faculty of 1000, https://f1000.com/prime/717968349)Liu, X., McGarrity, M.E., Bai, C., Ke, Z. & Li, Y. (2013) Ecological knowledge reduces religious release of invasive species. Ecosphere, 4, art21. Venesky, M.D., Liu, X., Sauer, E.L. & Rohr, J.R. (2013) Linking manipulative experiments to field data to test the dilution effect. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83, 557-565.2012Liu, X., McGarrity, M.E. & Li, Y. (2012) The influence of traditional Buddhist wildlife release on biological invasions. Conservation Letters, 5, 107-114.Bai, C., Liu, X., Fisher, M.C., Garner, T.W.J. & Li, Y. (2012) Global and endemic Asian lineages of the emerging pathogenic fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis widely infect amphibians in China. Diversity and Distributions, 18, 307-318.Bai, C., Ke, Z., Consuegra, S., Liu, X. & Li, Y. (2012) The role of founder effects on the genetic structure of the invasive bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianaus) in China. Biological Invasions, 14, 1785-1796.2011Liu, X., Guo, Z., Ke, Z., Wang, S. & Li, Y. (2011) Increasing Potential Risk of a Global Aquatic Invader in Europe in Contrast to Other Continents under Future Climate Change. PLoS ONE, 6, e18429.Li, Y., Xu, F., Guo, Z., Liu, X., Jin, C., Wang, Y. & Wang, S. (2011) Reduced predator species richness drives the body gigantism of a frog species on the Zhoushan Archipelago in China. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80, 171-182.Li, Y. , Ke, Z., Wang, S., Smith, G.R. & Liu, X. (2011) An Exotic Species Is the Favorite Prey of a Native Enemy. PLoS ONE, 6, e24299.2010Liu, X., Li, Y. & Mcgarrity, M. (2010) Geographical variation in body size and sexual size dimorphism of introduced American bullfrogs in southwestern China. Biological Invasions, 12, 2037-2047.2009Liu, X. and Li, Y. 2009. Aquaculture Enclosures Relate to the Establishment of Feral Populations of Introduced Species. PLoS ONE, 4: e6199.

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