Holy Tree on QuShui, Tibet - Photo by Yongjiu Dai

Lu, xingjie

Postdoctoral fellow

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (Australia)

Email: xngj.lu@gmail.com

2004-2008: B.S., Department of Physics, Beijing Normal University
2008-2010: M.S., School of Geography, Beijing Normal University
2010-2013: Ph.D., College of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University

Research Interests:
Land surface modeling
Terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycle
Plant traits economic spectrum
Plant physiological ecology

Joint-training PhD scholarship funded by China Scholarship Council, 2011
Best student paper award in Global Change Research Symposium hosted by Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, 2013

  • Wang, Y. P., X. J. Lu, I. J. Wright, Y. J. Dai, P. J. Rayner, and P. B. Reich (2012), Correlations among leaf traits provide a significant constraint on the estimate of global gross primary production, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L19405, doi:10.1029/2012GL053461.
  • Lu, X. J., Y. P. Wang, T. Ziehn, Y. J. Dai, An efficient method for global parameter sensitivity analysis and its applications to the Australian community land surface model (CABLE), Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. In Press.
  • Reich, P. B., R. Rich, X. J. Lu, Y. P. Wang, Jacek Oleksyn, Biogeographic variation in evergreen conifer needle longevity and impacts on boreal forest carbon cycle projections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Submitted.
  • Lu, X. J., Y. P. Wang, Y. J. Dai, I. J. Wright, C. Prentice, Effects of leaf trait variations on the simulated geographical distributions of different forest functional types. In preparation.