Ming Xu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution & Natural Resources at Rutgers University. His research focuses on climate change impacts and adaptation, especially the impact on ecosystem functions, services and biodiversity; ecosystem-based adaptation; ecosystem carbon accounting and modeling. He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed papers in international climate, ecology, and environmental sciences journals. He has also published 4 books in his field.
Huang & Xu, 2018. The optimal CO2 concentrations for the growth of three perennial grass species.Yunpu Zheng, Fei Li, Lihua Hao, Arshad Ali Shedayi, Lili Guo, Chao Ma, Bingru Huang, Ming Xu. 2018. The optimal CO 2 concentrations for the growth of three perennial grass species. Bio Med Central Plant Biology.
Xu - 2017. Spatiotemporal Assessment of Forest Biomass Carbon Sinks: The Relative Roles of Forest Expansion and Growth in Sicuan Province, ChinaR Li, S Zhao, H Zhao, M Xu, L Zhang, H Wen, Q Sheng. (2017). Spatiotemporal Assessment of Forest Biomass Carbon Sinks: The Relative Roles of Forest Expansion and Growth in Sichuan Province, China. Journal of Environmental Quality 46 (1), 64-71.