Man Qi
Man Qi
Postdoc, Department of Biology, University of Oxford
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Competitive ability, stress tolerance and plant interactions along stress gradients
M Qi, T Sun, SF Xue, W Yang, DD Shao, J Martínez‐López
Ecology 99 (4), 848-857, 2018
Rapid land cover change in a submerging coastal county
KB Gedan, R Epanchin-Niell, M Qi
Wetlands 40, 1717-1728, 2020
Resilience changes in watershed systems: A new perspective to quantify long-term hydrological shifts under perturbations
M Qi, M Feng, T Sun, W Yang
Journal of Hydrology 539, 281-289, 2016
Salt marsh vegetation distribution patterns along groundwater table and salinity gradients in yellow river estuary under the influence of land reclamation
Y Feng, T Sun, MS Zhu, M Qi, W Yang, DD Shao
Ecological indicators 92, 82-90, 2018
Maintenance of salt barrens inhibited landward invasion of Spartina species in salt marshes
M Qi, T Sun, H Zhang, M Zhu, W Yang, D Shao, A Voinov
Ecosphere 8 (10), e01982, 2017
Voxel grid-based fast registration of terrestrial point cloud
B Xiong, W Jiang, D Li, M Qi
Remote Sensing 13 (10), 1905, 2021
Modeling net ecosystem metabolism influenced by artificial hydrological regulation: An application to the Yellow River Estuary, China
S Tang, T Sun, XM Shen, M Qi, ML Feng
Ecological engineering 76, 84-94, 2015
Simulating dynamic vegetation changes in a tidal restriction area with relative stress tolerance curves
M Qi, T Sun, M Zhan, SF Xue
Wetlands 36, 31-43, 2016
Biogeomorphic patterns emerge with pond expansion in deteriorating marshes affected by relative sea level rise
M Qi, J MacGregor, K Gedan
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (4), 1036-1049, 2021
Coexistence under Hierarchical Resource Exploitation: The Role of the R*-Preemption Trade-Off
M Qi, N DeMalach, Y Dong, H Zhang, T Sun
The American Naturalist 200 (2), 193-201, 2022
Disentangling the relative influence of regeneration processes on marsh plant assembly with a stage-structured plant assembly model
M Qi, F Zhao, T Sun, A Voinov
Ecological Modelling 455, 109646, 2021
Application of submerged plasma irradiation process for RNO treatment from an aqueous solution
M Zhan, RF Rafique, M Qi, GT Son, SH Lee
Desalination and Water Treatment 57 (17), 7690-7699, 2016
Elevation, drainage, and spatially heterogeneous vulnerability of tidal marshes to sea level rise
M Qi, K Gedan
bioRxiv, 2023.09. 19.558260, 2023
Revisiting the R* theory: Pre-emption competition allows coexistence on a single limiting resource
M Qi, T Sun, K Gedan, N DeMalach
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Comparative study between spatial-implicit and-explicit model: a case study of vegetation pattern in salt marshes
M Qi, A Voinov, T Sun
Early Detection of Invasive Phragmites Australis at the Tidal Marsh-Forest Ecotone with Airborne Lidar
B Xiong, S Han, TC Messerschmidt, ML Kirwan, K Gedan, M Qi
Available at SSRN 4800299, 0
Biogeomorphic patterns emerge with pond expansion in deteriorating marshes
M Qi, J MacGregor
Revisiting the R* theory: preemption enables multispecies coexistence on a single resource
M Qi, T Sun, H Zhang, K Gedan, N DeMalach
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