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Chang-Yang, Chia-Hao



Chang-Yang, Chia-Hao 


Assistant Professor


Plant Ecology, Plant Phenology, Community Ecology, Quantitative Ecology



886-7-5252000 Ext:3610



   Highest Education:National Taiwan University, Ph.D.(2013) 

  Research Interests
Impacts of climate change on forest ecosystems
Mechanisms of species coexistence
Interactions among plants and animals


1 Hogan, J., J. Zimmerman, J. Thompson, M. Uriarte, N. Swenson, R. Condit, S. Hubbell, D. Johnson, I.-F. Sun, C.-H. Chang-Yang, S.-H. Su, P. Ong, L. Rodriguez, C. Monoy, S. Yap, and S. Davies. 2018. The frequency of cyclonic wind storms shapes tropical forest dynamism and functional trait dispersion. Forests 9: 404.
2 Needham, J., C. Merow, C.-H. Chang-Yang, H. Caswell, and S. M. McMahon. 2018. Inferring forest fate from demographic data: from vital rates to population dynamic models. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285: 20172050.
3 Usinowicz, J., C.-H. Chang-Yang, Y.-Y. Chen, J. S. Clark, C. Fletcher, N. C. Garwood, Z. Hao, J. Johnstone, Y. Lin, M. R. Metz, T. Masaki, T. Nakashizuka, I.-F. Sun, R. Valencia, Y. Wang, J. K. Zimmerman, A. R. Ives, and S. J. Wright. 2017. Temporal coexistence mechanisms contribute to the latitudinal gradient in forest diversity. Nature 550: 105–108.
4 Herrmann, V., S. M. McMahon, M. Detto, J. A. Lutz, S. J. Davies, C.-H. Chang-Yang, and K. J. Anderson-Teixeira. 2016. Tree circumference dynamics in four forests characterized using automated dendrometer bands. PLoS ONE 11: e0169020.
5 Chang-Yang, C.-H., I.-F. Sun, C.-H. Tsai, C.-L. Lu, and C.-F. Hsieh. 2016. ENSO and frost co-determine decade-long temporal variation in flower and seed production in a subtropical rain forest. Journal of Ecology 104: 44–54.
6 Zhong, L., C.-H. Chang-Yang, P. Lu, X. Gu, Z. Lei, Y. Cai, F. Zheng, I.-F. Sun, and M. Yu. 2015. Community structure and species composition of the secondary evergreen broad-leaved forest: the analyses for a 9-ha forest dynamics plot in Wuyanling Nature Reserve, Zhejiang Province, East China. Biodiversity Science 23: 619–629.
7 Hu, X., C.-H. Chang-Yang, X. Mi, Y. Du, and Z. Chang. 2015. The influence of climate, phylogeny, and functional traits on flowering phenology in a subtropical evergreen broad-leave forest, East China. Biodiversity Science 23: 601–609.
8 Chang-Yang, C.-H., S.-H. Su, H.-H. Wang, T.-T. Lin, and C.-F. Hsieh. 2015. Topography and canopy openness influence spatial variations in mortality, recruitment, and growth of a subtropical tree community. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 30: 259–269.
9 Chang-Yang, C.-H., C.-L. Lu, I.-F. Sun, and C.-F. Hsieh. 2013. Long-term seedling dynamics of tree species in a subtropical rain forest, Taiwan. Taiwania 58: 35–43.
10 Chang-Yang, C.-H., C.-L. Lu, I.-F. Sun, and C.-F. Hsieh. 2013. Flowering and fruiting patterns in a subtropical rain forest, Taiwan. Biotropica 45: 165–174.
11 Su, S.-H., C.-F. Hsieh, C.-H. Chang-Yang, C.-L. Lu, and B.-T. Guan. 2010. Micro-topographic differentiation of the tree species composition in a subtropical submontane rainforest in northeastern Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Forestry Science 25: 63–80.