王放

发布者:王诗铭发布时间:2021-06-27浏览次数:628

教师基本信息

职称:青年研究员

职务:博士生导师

电子邮箱:wfang@fudan.edu.cn

办公地点:G319

办公电话:021-31246690

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个人简介

2001-2005 北京大学生命科学学院 学士;

2006-2012 北京大学生命科学学院 博士;

2012-2015 美国史密森学会Smithsonian Institution 博士后;

2015-2018 美国密歇根州立大学Michigan State University 博士后;

2018-至今复旦大学生科院研究员(青年)

担任世界自然保护联盟物种生存委员会专家、大熊猫国家公园专家委员会委员、上海市自然保护地专家委员会委员等职务。


研究方向

野生动物的种群和群落动态、种间关系和适应性;耦合的自然生态-社会经济系统复杂作用(Tele- and meta-coupling);珍稀濒危物种(大熊猫、豹、绿孔雀)的保护生物学


授课情况

主持《保护生物学》课程,并承担《景观生态学》、《生物多样性导论》、《生态与社会》、《环境传播》等课程教学任务。


招生专业

生态学


代表性论文和论著

  1. Wang, F., Winkler, J., Viña, A., McShea, W. J., Li, S., Connor, T., ... & Liu, J. (2021). The hidden risk of using umbrella species as conservation surrogates: A spatio-temporal approach. Biological Conservation, 253, 108913.

  2. Huang, Q., Wang, F.*, Yang, H., Valitutto, M., & Songer, M. (2021). Will the COVID-19 outbreak be a turning point for China's wildlife protection: New developments and challenges of wildlife conservation in China. Biological Conservation, 254, 108937.

  3. Wang, F., Zhao, Q., McShea, W. J. & Songer, M. (2018). Incorporating spatial effects changes forecasts of species' risk under global warming. Conservation Letters. e12592.

  4. Wang, F., McShea, W. J., Li, S., & Wang, D. (2017). Does one size fit all? A multispecies approach to regional landscape corridor planning. Diversity and Distributions, 24(3), 415-425. • 封面文章

  5. Wang, F. & Liu, J. (2016). Conservation planning beyond giant pandas: the need for an innovative telecoupling framework. Science China Life Sciences, 60(5), 551-554.

  6. Bu, H.,Wang, F., McShea, W. J., Lu, Z., Wang, D., & Li, S. (2016). Spatial co-occurrence and activity patterns of mesocarnivores in the temperate forests of Southwest China. PloS one, 11(10), e0164271.

  7. Wang, F., McShea, W. J., Wang, D., & Li, S. (2015). Shared resources between giant panda and sympatric wild and domestic mammals. Biological Conservation, 186, 319-325

  8. Guan, T., Wang, F., Li, S., & McShea, W. J. (2015). Nature reserve requirements for landscape-dependent ungulates: The case of endangered takin (Budorcas taxicolor) in Southwestern China. Biological Conservation, 182: 63-71.

  9. Wang, F., McShea, W. J., Wang, D., Li, S., Zhao, Q., Wang, H., & Lu, Z. (2014). Evaluating landscape options for corridor restoration between giant panda reserves. PloS one, 9(8), e105086.