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Dr. Shuihua Chen
Deputy director, curator in Ornithology
Zhejiang Museum of Natural History
6 Westlake Cultural Square
Hangzhou, 310014
China
Email: chensh@zmnh.com

Research Interests :
1.Urban ecology, 2. Seabird ecology, 3.Life history evolution, 4.Island biogeography,   5.Community ecology, 6.Conservation biology, 7. Biodiversity.

Education:
B.S., Zoology, Shandong University , Jinan, 1988
M.S., Animal Ecology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, 1991
Ph.D., Avian Ecology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, 2000.

Professional Positions:
Board member, China Zoological Society
Executive member, China Ornithological Society
MS student adviser, Zhejiang Normal University, Zhejiang University
Executive Director, Zhejiang Biodiversity Institute
Vice Chair, Zoological Society of Zhejiang Province
Executive member, Ecological Society of Zhejiang Province
Vice Chair, Museum Society of Zhejiang Province
Vice Chair, Wildlife Conservation Association of Zhejiang Province

Major Funded Researches:
2016-2019.   Conservation genetics of the critically endangered Chinese Crested Tern.
      (The National Natural Science Foundation of China)
2015-2016   Surveys on the breeding Chinese Crested Terns and their habitats.
      (The Second National Wildlife Survey Project)
2013-2016   Restoration and monitoring of the critically endangered Chinese Crested Tern.
      (China State Forestry Bureau Endangered Species Conservation Program)           
2014-2015   Documentary film-Come back of the mythical bird.
      (China Association of Science and Technology Science Communication Program)
2010-2015   Biodiversity monitoring of the Xixi National Wetland Park.
       (Scientific Program of Hangzhou Municipal Forestry and Water Resources Bureau)
2013-2014   Conservation of the critically endangered Chinese Crested Tern: Restoration of a lost
       breeding colony. (Pacific Seabird Group Conservation Small-Grants Program)
2013-2014   Preventing extinction: monitoring and public education on the Chinese Crested Tern. 
              (Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong)
2011-2013   Urbanization and bird’s responses in breeding behavior and life history traits.
      (The National Natural Science Foundation of China)
2010-2011   Nest site selection and conservation of the Chinese Egret in the Wuzhishan Islands.
       (The Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province)
2010-2011   Investigations on biodiversity of uninhabited islands.
      (China State Oceanic Administration Scientific Program) 
2006-2008   The breeding biology and conservation of the Chinese Crested Tern.
      (The National Natural Science Foundation of China)
2005-2006   The investigations on the Chinese Crested Terns along the middle and southern
      coastal Zhejiang. (WWF Small Species Grant)
2005-2006   Wildlife investigations of the Dapanshan National Natural Reserves.    
       (The Dapanshan National Natural Reserves Scientific Program)
2004-2006   Wildlife investigations of the Jiushan Islands Provincial Natural Reserves.
               (The Xiangshan Marine and Fishery Bureau Scientific Program)
2003-2005   Studies on urbanization effects on birds and their habitats.
      (The Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province)

 Publications in English:

Chen,S H, Z Y Fan, D D Roby, Y W Lu, C S Chen, Q Huang, L J Cheng and J Zhu. 2015. Human harvest 
   
climate change and their synergistic effects drove the Chinese Crested Tern to the brink of extinction.
   Global
Ecology and Conservation, 4:137-145.

Wang, Y P, Q Huang, S S Lan, Q Zhang and S H Chen. 2015. Common blackbirds Turdus merula use
   anthropogenic structures as nesting sites in an urbanized landscape. Current Zoology 61(3):435–443.

Wang, Y P, Ding P, Chen S H and Zheng G M. 2013.Nestedness of bird assemblages on urban woodlots:
   Implications for conservation. Landscape and Urban Planning, 111:59- 67.

Chen, S H, Huang Q, Fan Z Y and Chen C S. 2012. The update of Zhejiang bird checklist. Chinese Birds,
   3(2):118–136.

Wang, Y P, Chen S H and Ding P. 2011. Testing multiple assembly rule models in avian communities on
   islands of an inundated lake, Zhejiang Province, China. Journal of Biogeography, 38:1330-1344.

Fan, Z Y, Chen C S, Chen S H, Chan S and Lu Y W. 2011. Breeding seabirds along the Zhejiang coast:
   diversity,distribution and Conservation. Chinese Birds,4(1): 39-45.

Chen, S H, Fan Z Y, Chen C S and Lu Y W. 2011. The Breeding Biology of Chinese Crested Terns in
   Mixed Species Colonies in Eastern China. Bird Conservation International, 21 (3): 266–273.

Chen, S H, Fan Z Y, Chen C S, Lu Y W and Wang Z D. 2010. A new breeding site of the Critically
   Endangered Chinese Crested Tern Sterna bernsteini in the Wuzhishan Archipelago, eastern China.
   Forktail, 26:132-134.

Chen S H, Chang, SH, Liu, Y, Chan, S, Fan, ZY, Chen, CS, Yen, CW and Guo, DS 2009. Low population
    and severe threats: status of the Critically Endangered Chinese crested tern Sterna bernsteini.
    Oryx, 43(2): 209-212.

Wang, Y P, Chen S H, Blair R B, Jiang P P and Ding P. 2009. Nest composition adjustments by
   Chinese Bulbuls Pycnonotus sinensis in an urbanized landscape of Hangzhou (E China). Acta
   Ornithologica,44: 185-192.

Wang, Y P, Chen S H, Jiang P P and Ding P. 2008. Black-billed Magpies (Pica pica) adjust nest
   
characteristics to adapt to urbanization in Hangzhou, China. The Canadian Journal of Zoology.
   86: 676-684.

Chen, S H and Ding P.2007. The migratory stopover sites of Black-faced Spoonbills along the eastern
   China sea coast in Zhejiang. In Hong Kong Bird Watching Society. Keeping Asia’s Spoonbills Airborne:
    Proceeding of International Symposium on Research and Conservation of the Black-faced Spoonbills,

   Hong Kong,
16-18 January 2006. Hong Kong Bird Watching Society. Hong Kong.

Chen S H, Ding P, Zheng G M and Wang Y J.2006. Bird community patterns in response to the island
   features of urban woodlots in eastern China. Frontiers of Biology in China, 1(4):448-454.

Gao,K Q and S H Chen. 2004. A new frog (Amphibia: Anura) from the Lower Cretaceous of western
   Liaoning, China. Cretaceous Research,25:761-769.

 

 

 

 

 
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