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Peer-reviewed papers in English journals:

  1. 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 xx:xxx–xxx doi: 10.1016/j.pld.2021.09.002
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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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