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姓名 Uromi Manage Goodale 性别
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出生年月 政治面貌
籍贯 US Citizen 职称 Dr.
学历 Ph.D. (Plant Physiological Ecology) 学位 B.Sc. (Botany) M.F.S. (Tropical Forest Ecology and Management)
联系电话 18174128535 邮政编码 530005
Email uromi.goodale@outlook.com
QQ 微信
通讯地址 广西南宁市大学东路100号。亚热带农业生物资源保护和利用国家重点实验室 植物生理生态与进化教研组
所在单位 林学院
学习和工作经历 I hold an undergraduate special degree in Botany from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and a Masters in Forest Science (2001) and a Ph.D. (2009) from Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in USA. My Ph.D, thesis research focused on the ecophysiology of tropical pioneer species in Sri Lanka. Following my Ph.D., I won the prestigious Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award (IRACDA) from the National Institutes of Health, USA to conduct research in University of California San Diego and to teach at San Diego State University. My research in California focused on how variation in precipitation and nitrogen deposition affects the physiological ecology of coastal sage and chaparral plants in Southern California. As part of the IRACDA fellowship, I was nationally trained to teach college level science and mentor students in their career development. In 2012, I Joined Professor Cao Kunfang’s research group in Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (Chinese Academy of Sciences) and successfully completed my postdoctoral research there. During this time, I was funded by CAS as well as the China National Postdoctoral Fund general and special grants to focus on the regeneration ecology and seed germination of tropical species. In 2014, I joined Guangxi University as an Associate Professor to work with Dr. Cao Kunfang at the Plant Ecophysiology and Evolution Group, State Key Laboratory Conservation and Utilization of Subtropical Agro-bioresources as well as College of Forestry. I have received several awards for scientific excellence and was the editor of three special issues published in the Journal of Sustainable Forestry and one in Forest Ecology and Management. I currently serve as the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Sustainable Forestry, an international academic journal dedicated to research on the sustainable development of forest resources.
学术兼职 Editor in Chief, Journal of Sustainable Forestry
主讲课程 1. Biodiversity Conservation生物多样性保护
Course number: (2015-2016-1) -1430992-20130014-1
2. Advanced Topics in Ecology and Conservation生态与保护前沿
Course number: (2015-2016-1)-1360016-19850052-1
主要研究方向 My primary research interest is in plant physiological mechanisms underlying the ecological properties of species, communities and ecosystems. At Guangxi University, I am focusing on the water relations of seeds during the germination, seedling emergence and seedling development. I have developed specific projects on the climate resilience of tropical and subtropical tree species’ seed germination, the ecopysiological physiology of tropical pioneer species and conservation of “dust” seeded species through understating the water relations during regeneration.
主持(或参与)的主要科研项目 2014-2019 Guangxi University Invited Expert Special Project. Regeneration ecology and seed conservation biophysiology of tropical and subtropical seed plants (RMB 1,300,000)
取得的主要成果 Recent Publications
2015
Sreekar S., Srinivasan U. Mammides C., Chen J., Goodale U. M., Kotagama S. W., Sidhu S., and E. Goodale. 2015. The effect of land-use on the diversity and mass-abundance relationships of understory avian insectivores in Sri Lanka and southern India. Scientific Reports. Accepted.

Mammides C., Chen J., Goodale U. M., Kotagama S., Sidhu S., and E. Goodale. 2015. Does mixed-species flocking influence how birds respond to a gradient of land-use intensity? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Accepted.

Thorhaug, A., Berlyn G. P., Poulos H. M., and U. M. Goodale. 2015. Pollutant tracking for 3 Western North Atlantic seagrasses by remote sensing: Preliminary diminishing white light responses of Thalassia testudinum, Halodule wrightii, and Zostera marina. Marine Pollution Bulletin. Accepted and Published online.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0025326X15002854

Chen Y., Goodale U. M., Fan X-L., and J-Y. Gao. 2015. Asymbiotic seed germination and in vitro seedling development of Paphiopedilum spicerianum: An orchid with an extremely small population in China. Global Ecology and Conservation. 3:367-378.
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11240-008-9480-z

2014

Ashton M. S., Goodale U. M.,Bawa K., Ashton P. S., and D. Neidel. 2014. Restoring working forests in human dominated landscapes of South Asia: An introduction. Forest Ecology and Management 329:335-339.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378112714002680

Yao, X., Goodale U. M., Li Z. L., and Q. Y.Lan. 2014. Relative importance of drying rate, desiccation tolerance, and cryotolerance for the conservation of Ardisiaelliptica, A. brunnescens and A. virens.Cryoletters 35: 162-170.
http://www.cryoletters.org/Abstracts/vol_35_3_2014.htm#162

Zi X., Sheng C., Goodale U. M., Shao S., and J. Gao. 2014. In situ seed baiting to isolate germination-enhancing fungi for an epiphytic orchid, Dendrobiumaphyllum (Orchidaceae). Mycorrhiza24:487-499.
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00572-014-0565-8

Goodale U. M., Berlyn G. P., Gregoire T. G., Tennakoon. K. U., and M. S. Ashton. 2014. Differences in seedling survival and growth among tropical rain forest pioneers in relation to canopy openness and herbivory. Biotropica 46:183–193.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/btp.12088/full
数据更新日期 2016-02-24 填报责任人 Uromi Manage Goodale
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