Jie Wei

Jie Wei

Details

Name: Jie Wei
Position: Recognised DPhil Student
Email: weij16@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn

Biography:

I completed my BA in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering at Wuhan University, China in 2016, during which my mainly research areas are Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System. After that I start my DPhil studies in Global Change Ecology at Tsinghua University, China, where I investigate the phenological asynchrony between bird life-history timing and their food resources under the remarkable global change. I am also a visiting DPhil student at the Edward Grey Institute for Ornithology in Oxford.

Research Activities:

Rapid climate change may disturb previously trophic interactions by altering the seasonal timings of interacting species asynchronously, resulting in a ‘phenological mismatch’. I am interested in using satellite-derived measures of vegetation green-up as represent of the seasonal vegetation development, and relating this to the crucial life-history events of bird species. I aim to explore the extent to which vegetation green-up predict the variation across space and time in bird seasonal activities, and whether phenological mismatch is related to the fitness-related measures and even long-term population dynamic.

Publications:

Wei, J., Xin, Q., Ji, L., Gong, P. & Si, Y. (2019). A new satellite-based indicator to identify spatiotemporal foraging areas for herbivorous waterfowl. Ecological indicators 99: 83-90.

Lv, Z., Yang, J., Wielstra, B., Wei, J., Xu, F. & Si, Y. (2019). Prioritizing green spaces for biodiversity conservation in Beijing based on habitat network connectivity. Sustainability 11: 2042.

Si, Y., Xu, Y., Xu, F., Li, X., Zhang, W., Wielstra, B., Wei, J., Liu, G., Luo, H., Takekawa, J., Balachandran, S., Zhang, T., de Boer, W.F., Prins, H.H.T. & Gong, P. (2018). Spring migration patterns, habitat use, and stopover site protection status for two declining waterfowl species wintering in China as revealed by satellite tracking. Ecology & Evolution 8: 6280-6289.