Qinfeng Guo

Research Ecologist
200 W.T. Weaver Blvd.
Asheville, NC 28804
Phone: 828-257-4246


Current Research

Biological invasions (Patterns, processes, and mechanisms of biotic invasions at the population and community levels); Community Ecology/Biogeography; Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning

Past Research

Experimental research on plant-animal interactions; succession in California chaparral; simulation of linear forest dynamics in the Great Plains, floristic biogeography of China/Asia; biodiversity-ecosystem functioning; restoration ecology

Why This Research is Important

Researchers and managers need to understanding the patterns, processes, and underlying mechanisms of species invasions

Education

  • University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Postdoc Succession, biotic invasions, 1997
  • University of New Mexico, Ph.D. Biology (Ecology), 1994
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.S. Botany (Systematics), 1986
  • Hebei Normal University, PRC, B.S. Geography, 1983

Featured Publications & Products

Publications & Products

Research Highlights

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SRS-2010-018
U.S. Invasive Plants Identified in Comprehensive Database

Scientists in SRS' Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center are developing a database of the more than 4,000 plants introduced into ...

2010


Last updated on : 09/14/2014