Jianwei Li

Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Sciences

Contact Information:
Office Location:  204G Farrell-Westbrook Building
Lab Location: 126 Farrell-Westbrook Building                                                                                                               Lab website: http://jwli.weebly.com/
Office phone:  615-963-1523
Lab phone:  615-963-5208
FAX: 615-963-5436
Email:  jli2@tnstate.edu

Research Interests:

Climate Change
Soil Science
Microbial Ecology
Ecosystem Modeling

Most Significant Publications:

  • Li J, YQ Luo, S Natali, EA Schuur, J Xia, B Pak, Eva Kowalczyk, YP Wang. 2014. Modeling ecosystem carbon cycle and permafrost thaw under annual and seasonal warming at a tundra site in Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119 (6):2013JG002569.
  • Li J. GS Wang. SD Allison. MA Mayes. YQ Luo. 2014. Soil carbon sensitivity to temperature and carbon use efficiency compared across microbial-ecosystem models of varying complexity. Biogeochemistry 119:67-84.
  • Li J, SE Ziegler, CS Lane, SA Billings. 2013. Legacies of native climate regime govern the responses of boreal soil microbes to litter stoichiometry and temperature. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66(0):204-213.
  • Li J, SE Ziegler, CS Lane, SA Billings. 2012. Warming-enhanced preferential microbial mineralization of humified boreal soil organic matter: interpretation of soil profiles along a climate transect using laboratory incubation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117(G2):G02008. 
  • Li J, DD Richter. 2012. Effects of two-century land use changes on soil iron crystalilinity and accumulation in Southeastern Piedmont region, USA. Geoderma 173-174: 184-191. 
  • Li, J, DD Richter, A Mendoza, PR Heine. 2010. Effects of land-use history on soil spatial heterogeneity of macro- and trace elements in the Southern Piedmont USA. Geoderma 156:60-73. 
  • Li, J, DD Richter, A Mendoza, PR Heine. 2008. Four-decade responses of soil trace elements to an aggrading old-field forest: B, Mn, Zn, Cu and Fe. Ecology 89(10):2911-2923. 
  • Richter, D.deB, Bacon, A.R., Billings, S.A., Binkley, D., Buford, M., Callaham, M.A., Curry, A.E., Fimmen, R.L., Grandy, A.S., Heine, P.R., Hofmockel, M., Jackson, J.A., Lemaster, E., Li, J., Markewitz, D., Mobley, M.L., Morrison, M.W., Strickland, M.S., Waldrop, T., and Wells, C.G. 2014. Evolution of Soil, Ecosystem, and Critical Zone Research at the USDA FS Calhoun Experimental Forest. In D. C. Hayes, et al. (eds.), USDA Forest Service Experimental Forests and Ranges, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-1818-4_18, Springer-Verlag. New York. 
  • Richter DD, HL Allen, J Li, D Markewitz, and J Raikes. 2006. Bioavailability of slowly cycling soil phosphorus: major restructuring of soil P fractions over four decades in an aggrading forest. Oecologia, 150(2),259-271. 

    Refereed journal articles: 20
    Book chapters/Bulletins: 3
    Invited presentations and lectures: 5
    International conference presentations: 25



Ph.D. Duke University

B.S. China Agriculture University

Date Joined Staff: 2014


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