Gang Feng
Gang Feng
Inner Mongolia University
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High plant endemism in China is partially linked to reduced glacial‐interglacial climate change
G Feng, L Mao, B Sandel, NG Swenson, JC Svenning
Journal of Biogeography 43 (1), 145-154, 2016
652016
Anthropogenic disturbance shapes phylogenetic and functional tree community structure in a subtropical forest
G Feng, JC Svenning, X Mi, Q Jia, M Rao, H Ren, DP Bebber, K Ma
Forest Ecology and Management 313, 188-198, 2014
392014
Historical anthropogenic footprints in the distribution of threatened plants in china
G Feng, L Mao, BM Benito, NG Swenson, JC Svenning
Biological Conservation 210, 3-8, 2017
232017
Assembly of forest communities across East Asia – insights from phylogenetic community structure and species pool scaling
Gang Feng, Xiangcheng Mi, Wolf L. Eiserhardt, Guangze Jin, Weiguo Sang ...
Scientific Reports 5, 9337, 2015
23*2015
Comparison of phylobetadiversity indices based on community data from Gutianshan forest plot
G Feng, JL Zhang, NC Pei, MD Rao, XC Mi, HB Ren, KP Ma
Chinese Science Bulletin 57 (6), 623-630, 2012
232012
CForBio: a network monitoring Chinese forest biodiversity
G Feng, X Mi, H Yan, FY Li, JC Svenning, K Ma
Science Bulletin 61 (15), 1163-1170, 2016
192016
Relative roles of local disturbance, current climate and paleoclimate in determining phylogenetic and functional diversity in Chinese forests
G Feng, XC Mi, PK Bocher, LF Mao, B Sandel, M Cao
Biogeosciences 11 (5), 2014
172014
Species and phylogenetic endemism in angiosperm trees across the Northern Hemisphere are jointly shaped by modern climate and glacial–interglacial climate change
G Feng#*, Z Ma#, B Sandel, L Mao, S Normand, A Ordonez, J‐C Svenning
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2019
162019
Phylogenetic age differences in tree assemblages across the Northern Hemisphere increase with long‐term climate stability in unstable regions
G Feng#, Z Ma#, BM Benito, S Normand, A Ordonez, Y Jin, L Mao, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2017
152017
Stochastic assembly in a subtropical forest chronosequence: evidence from contrasting changes of species, phylogenetic and functional dissimilarity over succession
X Mi, NG Swenson, Q Jia, M Rao, G Feng, H Ren, DP Bebber, K Ma
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
142016
生境过滤和扩散限制作用对古田山森林物种和系统发育 β 多样性的影响
饶米德, 冯刚, 张金龙, 米湘成, 陈建华
科学通报 58 (13), 1204-1212, 2013
112013
Bird species richness is associated with phylogenetic relatedness, plant species richness, and altitudinal range in Inner Mongolia
C Liang, G Feng*, X Si, L Mao, G Yang, JC Svenning, J Yang*
Ecology and evolution 8 (1), 53-58, 2018
102018
Taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional homogenization of bird communities due to land use change
C Liang, G Yang, N Wang, G Feng*, F Yang, J-C Svenning, J Yang
Biological Conservation 236, 37-43, 2019
92019
Species richness, phylogenetic and functional structure of bird communities in Chinese university campuses are associated with divergent variables
W Zhang, C Liang, J Liu, X Si, G Feng*
Urban Ecosystems 21, 1213-1225, 2018
72018
Coarse root spatial distribution determined using a ground-penetrating radar technique in a subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest, China
H Yan, XL Dong, G Feng, SR Zhang, A Mucciardi
Science China Life Sciences 56 (11), 1038-1046, 2013
72013
Climate and food diversity as drivers of mammal diversity in Inner Mongolia
G Feng*, H Yan, X Yang
Ecology and Evolution 9, 2142-2148, 2019
52019
Status of Nature Reserves in Inner Mongolia, China
WJ Ma#, G Feng#, Q Zhang
Sustainability 8, 889, 2016
52016
系统发育 β 多样性指数的比较: 以古田山样地为例
冯刚, 张金龙, 裴男才, 饶米德, 米湘成, 任海保, 马克平
科学通报 56 (034), 2857-2864, 2011
52011
Bird diversity in Chinese urban parks was more associated with natural factors than anthropogenic factors
J Liu, H Bai, H Ma, G Feng*
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 43, 126358, 2019
42019
古田山亚热带常绿阔叶林粗根空间分布特征及影响因子分析——探地雷达途径
闫慧, 董心亮, 冯刚, 张守仁, M Anthony
中国科学: 生命科学 43 (009), 788-798, 2013
32013
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