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Publications

  1. Xu JC. 2011. China’s new forests aren’t as green as they seem. Nature 477:371.

  2. RE Grumbine, Xu JC. 2011. Mekong under hydropower development. Science 332:178-179.

  3. Grumbine RE, Dore J, Xu JC. 2011. Mekong hydropower drivers and governance challenges. Frontier in Ecology and the Environment (in press)

  4. RE Grumbine, Xu JC. 2011. Conservation with Chinese Characters. Biological Conservation 144:1347-1355.

  5. Kahrl F, Su YF, Tennigkeit T, Wilkes A, Xu JC and Yan M, incoming, ‘China’s Forests as a Carbon Resource’. Bioenergy & Biomass Special Issue (in press).

  6. Kahrl F, Su YF, Tennigkeit T, Xu JC and Yang YP, incoming, ‘Large or Small? Rethinking China’s Forest Bioenergy Policies’, in Bioenergy & Biomass Special Issue (in press).

  7. He J. Zhou Z. Yang H, Xu JC. 2011. Integrative management of commercialized wild mushroom: a case study of Thelephora ganbajun in Yunnan, Southwest China. Environmental Management 48:98-108.

  8. Yu H, Luedeling E, Xu JC, 2010. Winter and spring warming result in delayed spring phenology on the Tibetan Plateau. Proceedings of National Academy of Science, USA (PNAS): 107(51):22151-56 (correspondent author).

  9. Kahrl F, Li YJ, Su YF, Tennigkeit T, Wilkes A, Xu JC. 2010. Greenhouse gas emissions from nitrogen fertilizer use in China. Environmental Sciences & Policy 13:688-694.

  10. Lebel L, Xu JC, Bastakoti RC. Lamba A. 2010. Pursuits of adaptiveness in the shared rivers of Monsoon Asia, International Environmental Agreements. DOI 10.1007/s10784-010-9141-7.

  11. Ma X, Xu JC, van Noordwijk M. 2010. Sensitivity of streamflow from a Himalayan catchment to plausiblechanges in land-cover and climate. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7602(correspondent author).

  12. Lu XX, Zhang SR, Xu JC. 2010. Climate change and sediment flux from the Roof of the World. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35(6):732-735.

  13. Caizhen Lu (2010) ‘Who is Poor in China?-A Comparison of Alternative Approaches to Poverty Assessment in Rural Yunnan. Journal of Peasant Studies, 37(2) 407-428

  14. Caizhen Lu (2010) ‘Water Policies in China: A Critical Perspective on Gender Equity’,Gender, Technology and Development, 13(3) 319-339.

  15. Xu JC., Lebel L, Sturgeon J. 2009. Functional links between biodiversity, livelihoods and culture in a Hani swidden landscape in Southwest China. Ecology and Society 14(2): 20. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art20

  16. Xu JC, Grumbine RE, Shrestha A, Eriksson M, Yang X, Wang Y, Wilkes A. 2009. The Melting Himalayas: Cascading effects of climate change on water, biodiversity and livelihoods. Conservation Biology 23(3) 520–530.

  17. Grumbine RE, Xu JC. 2009. China shakes the world—and then what? Conservation Biology 23(3): 513-515.

  18. Ziegler A, Fox J, Xu JC. 2009. The rubber juggernaut. Science 324: 1024-1025.

  19. Ma X, Xu JC, Luo Y, Aggarwal SP, Li JT, 2009. Response of hydrological processes to land-cover and climate changes in Kejie watershed, SW China. Hydrological Processes (2009) DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7233(correspondent author)..

  20. Yang X, Wilkes A, Yang Y, Xu JC, Geslani CS, et al. 2009. Common and privatized: conditions for wise management of matsutake mushrooms in Northwest Yunnan province, China. Ecology and Society 14(2): 30

  21. He J, Zhou ZM, Weyerhaeuser H, Xu JC. 2009. Participatory technology development for incorporating non-timber forest products into forest restoration in Yunnan, Southwest China. Forest Ecology and Management 257:2010-2016.

  22. Xu JC., Y. Yang, Z.Q. Li, N. Tashi, R. Sharma, J.Fang. 2008. Understanding Land Use, Livelihoods, and Health Transitions among Tibetan Nomads: A Case from Gangga Township, Dingri County, TAR, China. EcoHealth 5:104-114.

  23. Xu JC., R. Sharma, J. Fang, Y.F. Xu, 2008. Critical linkages between land-use transition and human health in the Himalayan region, Environment International 34:239-247.

  24. Xu JC, Yang YP, Fox J, Yang XF, 2008. Forest transition, its causes and environmental consequences: empirical evidence from Yunnan of Southwest China. Tropical Ecology 48(2):137

  25. Yang X.F., J.He, C.Li, J.Z. Ma, Y.P. Yang, JC Xu. 2008. Matsutake trade in Yunnan Province, China: an overview. Economic Botany 62(3):269-277.

  26. Ma X., JC Xu, J.Qian. 2008. Water resource management in a middle mountain watershed. Mountain Research and Development 28(3/4):286-291.

  27. Sharma E, Xu JC, 2008. Land use, landscape management and environmental services in the Mountain Mainland Asia: Introduction. Tropical Ecology 48(2):129

  28. Sharma R, Xu JC, Sharma G, 2008. Traditional agroforestry in the eastern Himalayan region: land management system supporting ecosystem services. Tropical Ecology 48(2):189

  29. Yang XF, Skidmore AK, Melick D, Zhou ZK, Xu JC, 2008. Towards an efficacious method of using Landsat TM imagery to map forest in complex mountain terrain in Northwest Yunnan, China. Tropical Ecology 48(2):227

  30. Yu HY, Joshi PK, Das KK, Chauniyal DD, Melick D, Yang XF, Xu JC, 2008. Land use/cover change and environmental vulnerability analysis in Birahi Ganga sub-watershed of the Garhwal Himalaya, India. Tropical Ecology 48(2):241

  31. Xu J.C. and D. Melick, 2007. Rethinking the effectiveness of public protected areas in southwestern China. Conservation Biology, 21(2):318-328.

  32. Melick, D., X. Yang, J.C. Xu (2007). "Seeing the wood for the trees: how conservation policies can place greater pressure on village forests in southwest China." Biodiversity and Conservation 16: 1959-1971.

  33. Melick, D., X. Yang, J.C. Xu (2007). Simplification of Pine Forests Due to Utilization by Tibetan Villages in Southwest China. Environmental Management 40(6): 866-879.)

  34. Yang X.F., A.K. Skidmore, D.R. Melick, Z.K. Zhou, J.C.Xu. 2006. Mapping non-wood forest product (matsutake mushrooms) using logistic regression and a GIS expert system. Ecological Modelling 198:208-218 (correspondence author).

  35. Xu J.C., 2006. The Political, Social and Ecological Transformation of a landscape: The case of rubber in Xishuangbanna, China. Mountain Research and Development, 26(3):254-262

  36. Xu Jianchu, Jeff Fox, David Melick, Yayoi Fujita, Attachai Jintrawet, Qian Jie, David Thomas, Horst Weyerhaeuser, 2006. Land use transition, livelihoods, and Environmental Services in Montane Mainland Southeast Asia. Mountain Research and Development, 26(3): 278-284

  37. David Melick, Yang Xuefei, Yang Yongping, Xu Jianchu. 2006. Establishing Long-term Biodiversity Assessment and Monitoring in NW Yunnan, China: a growing need for baseline information. Mountain Research and Development, 26(3):254-262: 292-294

  38. Vernooy R., S. Qiu, J.C.Xu. 2006. The power of participatory monitoring and evaluation: insights from southwest China. Development in Practice 16(5):400-411

  REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

  1. Yu H, Luedeling E, Xu JC, 2010. Winter and spring warming result in delayed spring phenology on the Tibetan Plateau. Proceedings of National Academy of Science, USA (PNAS): 107(51):22151-56 (correspondent author).

  2. Xu JC., Lebel L, Sturgeon J. 2009. Functional links between biodiversity, livelihoods and culture in a Hani swidden landscape in Southwest China. Ecology and Society 14(2): 20. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art20

  3. Xu JC, Grumbine RE, Shrestha A, Eriksson M, Yang X, Wang Y, Wilkes A. 2009. The Melting Himalayas: Cascading effects of climate change on water, biodiversity and livelihoods. Conservation Biology 23(3) 520–530.

  4. Xu JC., R. Sharma, J. Fang, Y.F. Xu, 2008. Critical linkages between land-use transition and human health in the Himalayan region, Environment International 34:239-247.

  5. Xu J.C. and D. Melick, 2007. Rethinking the effectiveness of public protected areas in southwestern China. Conservation Biology, 21(2):318-328.

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