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Peer-reviewed papers in English journals:

  1. Liu, Y., R. Zhang, C.-F. Lin, Z. Zhang, R. Zhang, K. Shang, M. Zhao, J. Huang, X. Wang, Y. Li, Y. Zeng, Y.-P. Zhao, J. Zhang, and D. Xing. 2023. Remote sensing of subtropical tree diversity: the underappreciated roles of the practical definition of forest canopy and phenological variation. Forest Ecosystems 10:100122 doi: 10.1016/j.fecs.2023.100122
  2. Gao, Z., Y. Pan, P. M. Van Bodegom, E. Cieraad, D. Xing, Y. Yang, T. Xia, X. Luo, K. Song, L. Da, and D. Malkinson. 2023. Beta diversity of urban spontaneous plants and its drivers in nine major cities of Yunnan province, China. Landscape and Urban Planning 234:104741 doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2023.104741
  3. Zhang, H.-Y., X.-T. Lü, C.-Z. Wei, J. R. Powell, X.-B. Wang, D. Xing, Z.-W. Xu, H.-L. Li, and X.-G. Han. 2023. β-diversity in temperate grasslands is driven by stronger environmental filtering of plant species with large genomes. Ecology 104:e3941 doi: 10.1002/ecy.3941
  4. Xing, D., J. Zhang, and F. He. 2023. Comment on “Interspecific competition limits bird species’ ranges in tropical mountains”. Science 379:eade2109 doi: 10.1126/science.ade2109
  5. He Y., K. Srisombut, D. Xing, N. G. Swenson, M. Asefa, M. Cao, X. Song, H. Wen, and J. Yang. 2022. Ontogenetic trait variation and metacommunity effects influence species relative abundances during tree community assembly. Plant Diversity 44:360-368 doi: 10.1016/j.pld.2021.09.002
  6. Deane D. C., D. Xing, C. Hui, M. McGeoch, and F. He. 2022. A null model for quantifying the geometric effect of habitat subdivision on species diversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 31:440–453 doi: 10.1111/geb.13437
  7. Xing, D. and F. He. 2021. Analytical models for β-diversity and the power-law scaling of β-deviation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12:405–414 doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.13531
  8. Xing, D., J. A. C. Bergeron, K. A. Solarik, B. Tomm, S. E. Macdonald, J. R. Spence, and F. He. 2019. Challenges in estimating forest biomass: use of allometric equations for three boreal species. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 49:1613–1622 doi: 10.1139/cjfr-2019-0258 Editor’s Choice
  9. Xing, D. and F. He. 2019. Environmental filtering explains a U-shape latitudinal pattern in regional β-deviation for eastern North American trees. Ecology Letters 22:284–291 doi: 10.1111/ele.13188
  10. Xing, D., S. E. Nielsen, S. E. Macdonald, J. R. Spence, and F. He. 2018. Survival and growth of residual trees in a variable retention harvest experiment in a boreal mixedwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 411:187–194. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.01.026
  11. Lin, F., L. S. Comita, X. Wang, X. Bai, Z. Yuan, D. Xing, and Z. Hao. 2014.The contribution of understory light availability and biotic neighborhood to seedling survival in secondary versus old-growth temperate forest. Plant Ecology 215:795–807. doi: 10.1007/s11258-014-0332-0
  12. Erickson, D. L., F. A. Jones, N. G. Swenson, N. Pei, N. A. Bourg, W. Chen, S. J. Davies, X. Ge, Z. Hao, R. W. Howe, C.-L. Huang, A. J. Larson, S. K. Y. Lum, J. A. Lutz, K. Ma, M. Meegaskumbura, X. Mi, J. D. Parker, I. Fang-Sun, S. J. Wright, A. T. Wolf, W. Ye, D. Xing, J. K. Zimmerman, and W. J. Kress. 2014. Comparative evolutionary diversity and phylogenetic structure across multiple forest dynamics plots: a mega-phylogeny approach. Frontiers in Genetics 5:358. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2014.00358
  13. Bai X, T. Brenes-Arguedas, J. Ye, X. Wang, F. Lin, Z. Yuan, S. Shi, D. Xing, and Z. Hao. 2014. Dynamics of Two Multi-Stemmed Understory Shrubs in Two Temperate Forests. PLoS ONE 9(6): e98200 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0098200
  14. Ye, J., Z. Hao, X. Wang, X. Bai, D. Xing, and Z. Yuan. 2014. Local-scale drivers of multi-stemmed tree formation in Acer, in a temperate forest of Northeast China. Chinese Science Bulletin 59:320–325. doi: 10.1007/s11434-013-0013-8
  15. Xing, D., N. G. Swenson, M. D. Weiser, and Z. Hao. 2014. Determinants of species abundance for eastern North American trees. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:903–911. doi: 10.1111/geb.12167
  16. Wang, X., N. G. Swenson, T. Wiegand, A. Wolf, R. Howe, F. Lin, J. Ye, Z. Yuan, S. Shi, X. Bai, D. Xing, and Z. Hao. 2013. Phylogenetic and functional diversity area relationships in two temperate forests. Ecography 36:883–893. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2012.00011.x
  17. Bai, X., S. A. Queenborough, X. Wang, J. Zhang, Z. Yuan, D. Xing, F. Lin, J. Ye, and Z. Hao. 2012. Effects of local biotic neighbors and habitat heterogeneity on tree and shrub seedling survival in an old-growth temperate forest. Oecologia 170:755–765. doi: 10.1007/s00442-012-2348-2
  18. Yuan, Z., A. Gazol, X. Wang, D. Xing, F. Lin, X. Bai, Y. Zhao, B. Li, and Z. Hao. 2012. What happens below the canopy? Direct and indirect influences of the dominant species on forest vertical layers. Oikos 121:1145–1153. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.19757.x

Peer-reviewed papers in Chinese journals:

  1. Kuang, X., D. Xing, Z. Zhang, Y. Wang, S. Fang, Z. Yuan, J. Ye, F. Lin, X. Wang, and Z. Hao. 2014. Species composition and community structure of the spruce-fir forest and larch forest plots on the northern slope of Changbai Mountains, Northeast China. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 25:2149–2157. [In Chinese]
  2. Song, H., J. Ye, S. Shi, Z. Zhang, X. Kuang, D. Xing, Z. Yuan, F. Lin, C. Cai, X. Wang, and Z. Hao. 2014. Woody plant species composition and community structure in residual fragments of broad-leaved Korean pine mixed forests in Changbai Mountains area. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 25:1239–1249. [In Chinese]
  3. Zhang, Z., Z. Hao, J. Ye, F. Lin, Z. Yuan, D. Xing, S. Shi, and X. Wang. 2013. Short-term death dynamics of trees in natural secondary poplar-birch forest in Changbai Mountains of Northeast China. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 24:303–310. [In Chinese]
  4. Wang, L., B. Li, J. Ye, X. Bai, Z. Yuan, D. Xing, F. Lin, S. Shi, X. Wang, and Z. Hao. 2011. Dynamics of short-term tree mortality in broad-leaved Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) mixed forest in the Changbai Mountains. Biodiversity Science 19:260–270. [In Chinese]
  5. Xing, D. and Z. Hao. 2011. The principle of maximum entropy and its applications in ecology. Biodiversity Science 19:295–302. [In Chinese]

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