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Liu Yurong
Author:Pubdate:2020-03-24


Professor Yu-Rong Liu

E-mail: yrliu@mail.hzau.edu.cn

Dr. Yu-Rong LiuMale, Doctoral Supervisor, Distinguished Professor of Huazhong Agricultural University, Member of State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology. He is interested in the remediation and risk assessment of soil pollutants as well as carbon and nitrogen cycles driven by microbial communities. He earned his PhD (Soil ecology) from Research Center for Eco-Environments, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2010. He worked in Western University and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) of US as a visiting scholar from March 2014 to March 2016. He was awarded “The Fifth Outstanding Young Scholar Award” of Soil Science Society of China, “the 1st Prize of Young Scientific Innovation” of the Microbial Ecology Committee of the Ecological Society of China. He was supported by the project of “Excellent Scientific Fund of Hubei Province” in 2019. He is also the performance appraisal expert of the “Comprehensive prevention and remediation of agricultural non-point source and heavy metal pollution in farmland” of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the evaluation expert of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 40 papers in SCI journals, including Nature Ecology & Evolution, Microbiome, Environ Sci Technol, Appl Environ Microbiol, Soil Biol Biochem etc. He is invited reviewers of more than 20 SCI journals, including Global Change Biol, Environ Sci Technol, Soil Biol Biochem, Environ Microb, Environ Int. etc.


Supported projects:

1) 2016-2019: “Molecular-ecology mechanisms of methylmercury production in paddy soils”, The National Natural Science Foundation of China.

2) 2013-2015: “The responses of soil ammonia-oxidizers to heavy metals”,  The National Natural Science Foundation of China.


Selected publications:

1) Liu, Y.-R*.; Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Yang, Z.; Feng, J.; Zhu, J.; Huang, Q., Microbial taxonomic and functional attributes consistently predict soil CO2 emissions across contrasting croplands. Science of The Total Environment 2020, 702, 134885.

2) Lu, X.; Zhao, J.; Liang, X.; Zhang, L.; Liu, Y.; Yin, X.; Li, X.; Gu, B., The Application and Potential Artifacts of Zeeman Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry in Mercury Stable Isotope Analysis. Environmental Science & Technology Letters 2019, 6(3): 165-170.

3) Liu, Y.-R*.; Yang, Z.; Zhou, X.; Qu, X.; Li, Z.; Zhong, H., Overlooked Role of Putative Non-Hg Methylators in Predicting Methylmercury Production in Paddy Soils. Environmental Science & Technology 2019, 53, (21), 12330-12338.

4) Li, J.; Liu, Y.-R*.; Zhang, L.-M.; He, J.-Z., Sorption mechanism and distribution of cadmium by different microbial species. Journal of Environmental Management 2019, 237, 552-559

5) Liu, Y.-R*., Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Bi, L., Zhu, J., He, J.-Z., 2018. Consistent responses of soil microbial taxonomic and functional attributes to mercury pollution across China. Microbiome 6, 183.

6) Liu, YR*, Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Wang, J.-T., Hu, H.-W., Yang, Z., He, J-Z*, 2018. New insights into the role of microbial community composition in driving soil respiration rates. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 118, 35-41.

7) ZhangY, Liu YR*, Lei P, Wang YJ, Zhong H*, 2018. Biochar and nitrate reduce risk of methylmercury in soils under straw amendment. Science of the Total Environment, 619–620, 384-390

8) Liu, Y.-R., Johs, A., Bi, L., Lu, X., Hu, H.-W., Sun, D., He, J.-Z*., Gu, B*., 2018. Unraveling Microbial Communities Associated with Methylmercury Production in Paddy Soils. Environmental Science & Technology 52, 13110-13118.

9) Hu, H.-W.; Wang, J.-T.; Singh Brajesh, K.; Liu, Y.-R.; Chen, Y.-L.; Zhang, Y.-J.; He, J.-Z., Diversity of herbaceous plants and bacterial communities regulates soil resistome across forest biomes. Environmental Microbiology 2018, 20: 3186-3200.

10) Yang, Z., Yang, S., Van Nostrand, J.D., Zhou, J., Fang, W., Qi, Q., Liu, Y., Wullschleger, S.D., Liang, L., Graham, D.E., Yang, Y., Gu, B, 2017. Microbial Community and Functional Gene Changes in Arctic Tundra Soils in a Microcosm Warming Experiment. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8: 1741.

11) Delgado-Baquerizo, M.*, Bissett, A., Eldridge, D.J., Maestre, F.T., He, J.-Z., Wang, J.-T., Hamonts, K., Liu, Y.-R., Singh, B.K., Fierer, N., 2017. Palaeoclimate explains a unique proportion of the global variation in soil bacterial communities. Nature Ecology & Evolution1(9): 1339.

12) Li J, Liu YR*, Cui LJ, Hu HW, Wang JT & He JZ. Copper Pollution Increases the Resistance of Soil Archaeal Community to Changes in Water Regime, Microbial Ecology. 2017,74 (4), 877-887.

13) Wang Q, Liu YR*, Zhang CJ, Zhang LM, Han LL, Shen JP, He JZ. Responses of soil nitrous oxide production and abundances and composition of associated microbial communities to nitrogen and water amendment. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 2017,53 (6), 601-611.

14) Liu, Y.-R.; Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Trivedi, P.; He, J.-Z.; Wang, J.-T.; Singh, B. K., Identity of biocrust species and microbial communities drive the response of soil multifunctionality to simulated global change. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 2017, 107, 208-217.

15) Liu YR, Dong JX, Zhang QG, Wang JT, Han LL, Zeng J, et al. Longitudinal occurrence of methylmercury in terrestrial ecosystems of the Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 218: 1342-1349.

16) Liu YR*, Dong JX, Han LL, Zheng YM, He JZ. Influence of rice straw amendment on mercury methylation and nitrification in paddy soils. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 209, 53-59.

17) Liu YR, Lu X, Alexander J et al. Effects of Cellular Sorption on Mercury Bioavailability and Methylmercury Production by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132. Environmental Science and Technology. 2016, 50(24), 13335–13341

18) Liu YR, Delgado-Baquerizo M, Trivedi P, He JZ & Singh BK. Species identity of biocrust-forming lichens drives the response of soil nitrogen cycle to altered precipitation frequency and nitrogen amendment. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2016, 96: 128-136

19) Liu YR, He ZY, Yang ZM, Sun GX, He JZ. Variability of heavy metal content in soils of typical Tibetan grasslands. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 105398

20) Lu X, Liu YR, Alexander J et al., Gu B*(2016). Response to Comment on “Anaerobic Mercury Methylation and Demethylation by Geobacter Bemidjiensis Bem” Environmental Science & Technology, 50 (8), 9800-9801

21) Delgado-Baquerizo M*, Fernando T., Reich PB, Trivedi P, OsanaiY, Liu YR, et al., (2016) Carbon content and climate variability drive global soil bacterial diversity patterns. Ecological Monographs. 86(3), 373-390.

22) Lu X, Liu YR, Alexander J et al., Gu B* (2016). Anaerobic Mercury Methylation and Demethylation by Geobacter bemidjiensis Bem. Environmental Science & Technology, 50 (8), 4366–4373

23) Subrahmanyam, G., Shen, J. P., Liu, Y. R., Archana, G., & Zhang, L. M. (2016). Effect of long-term industrial waste effluent pollution on soil enzyme activities and bacterial community composition. Environmental Monitoring and assessment,188(2): 112.

24) Liu YR, Li J, He JZ, Ma YB & Zheng YM. Different influences of field aging on nickel toxicity to Folsomia candida in two types of soil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, 22, 8235-8241.

25) Li J, Ma Y, Hu HW, Wang JT, Liu YR & He JZ*. (2015). Field-based evidence for consistent responsesof bacterial communities to copper contamination in two contrasting agricultural soils. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6: 31.

26) Li J, Hu HW, Ma YB, Wang JT, Liu YR & He JZ* (2015). Long-term nickel exposure altered the bacterial community composition but not diversity in two contrasting agricultural soils. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(14), 10496-10505.

27) Han XM, Liu YR, Zhang LM & He JZ* (2015). Insight into the modulation of dissolved organic matter on microbial remediation of PAH-contaminated soils. Microbial Ecology, 70, 400-410.

28) Liu X, Hu HW, Liu YR, Xiao KQ*, Cheng FS, Li J & Xiao T (2015). Bacterial composition and spatiotemporal variation in sediments of Jiaozhou Bay, China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 15,732-744.

29) Zhou ZF, Liu YR, Sun GX. & Zheng YM*. (2015). Responses of soil ammonia oxidizers to a short-term severe mercury stress. Journal of Environmental Sciences 38, 8-13

30) Liu YR, Yu RQ, Zheng YM & He JZ. Analysis of the microbial community structure by monitoring an Hg methylation gene (hgcA) in paddy soils along an Hg gradient. Applied and Environmental Microbiology,2014,8, 2874-2879.