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Li Li

Li Li

 MSc

Phd

 

 

Phone: +49 (0)761 203 3664
Fax: +49 (0)761 203 3661
Mail: li.li[at]wildlife.uni-freiburg.de

Tennenbacher Straße 4
79106 Freiburg; Germany

 


Research

Curriculum

Publications

 

Research

 

Research Interests:

  • Tibetan Plateau
  • Cultural Landscape
  • Alpine ecology
  • Biodiversity

 

Curriculum

Academic Education

  • 2009-2012. Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU-Cottbus). Master studies in Environmental and Resources Management.
  • 2010-2012. Master thesis research: Tests of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis on alpine meadows of the eastern Tibetan Plateau: detecting patterns in vegetation composition along yak grazing gradients.
  • 2010-2011. Master study project: Internship in the NECORS project, investigating arthropod population succession and species richness with the occurrence of wild animal carcasses in eastern Brandenburg State.
  • 2000-2004. Northwest Polytechnic University of China. Bachelor studies in Electronic Engineering

 

Work experiences

  • 2008-2009. Shanshui Conservation Center. Manager of community conservation fund which support indigenous people´s conservation practices in western China. This program was sponsored by EU-China Biodiversity Program.
  • 2006-2008. Conservation International China Program. Program coordinator for community-based conservation. Awarded with Conservation International Global Values Leader of 2008.
  • 2005. Team fellow of the Tibetan scared land traditional culture and biodiversity research organized by Conservation International China Program and Peking University.
  • 2004-2006. Conservation International China Program. Program Assistant of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF).

 

 Publications

  • Li L, Fassnacht FE, Storch I, Bürgi M (2017) Land-use regime shift triggered the recent degradation of alpine pastures in Nyanpo Yutse of the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Landscape Ecology:1-17
  • Burgi M., Li L., Kizos T. (2015). Exlploring links between culture and biodiversity: studying land use intensity from the plot to the landscape level Biodivers Conserv 24: 3285-3303.
  • Fassnacht F.E., Li L., Fritz A. (2015). Mapping degraded grassland on the Eastern Tibetan Plateau with multi-temporal Landsat 8 data - where do the severely degraded areas occur? Internation Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 42: 115-127.
  • Li L. (2015). Review of Fachun Du, Ecological Resettlment in the Sanjiangyuan of Qinghai Nomadic Peoples 19: 344-348 doi:10.3197/np.2015.190214.

Conference presentations

  • Li L, Tietze DT, Fritz A, Storch I (2017) Consideration on alpine bird conservation of the eastern Qinghai- Tibetan Plateau: is diversity congruent with endemism? In the 6 Symposium Himalaya, 21st- 23rd April 2017. Oral presentation.
  • Li L, Fritz A, Bürgi M (2016) Measuring landscape characteristics for biodiversity conservation of the Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. In the Global Land Project 3rd Open Science Meeting Beijing, 24th-27th October 2016. Oral presentation.
  • Li L, Fritz A, Tietze DT, Storch I (2016) What are the spatial distribution patterns of local avian biodiversity on the Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau? Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft Ankündigung der 149. Jahresversammlung in Stralsund, September 28th – October 3rd 2016. Oral presentation.
  • Li L, Bürgi M (2015) Measuring past changes of land use intensity to understand present landscape structure and bird diversity distribution of the Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. In the Historical Landscape Ecology Symposium, 9th International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) World Congress, Portland, Oregon, July 5-10, 2015. Oral presentation.
  •  Li L, Fritz A, Storch I (2015) Testing the correlations of avian biodiversity with habitat configuration and landscape heterogeneity on the Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. In the Montane Landscape Symposium, 9th International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) World Congress, Portland, Oregon, July 5-10, 2015. Oral presentation.

 

 

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