Teng-Chiu Lin CV



Teng-Chiu Lin


National Taiwan Normal University               Biology   BA 1985

University of Kansas      Systematics and Ecology        Ph.D. 1995


Professor, Department of Life Science, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei Taiwan

Work experience

2007-2008  Science Committee, International Long-term Ecological Research

2006-2008  Coordinator, Taiwan Ecological Research Network

2007-2008  Professor, Department of Education of Social Studies, Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan

2000-2007  Professor, Department of Geography, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan

1995-2000  Associate Professor, Department of Geography, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan

Fields and Interests

Disturbance Ecology (especially typhoon disturbance in relation to forest dynamics)

Biogeochemistry of forested ecosystems

Epiphyte ecology (nutrient limitation, species interaction and ecophysiology)

Selected Publications (since 2014)

1.        Chang, C. T., Vadeboncoeur, M. A., & Lin, T. C. (2018). Resistance and resilience of social–ecological systems to recurrent typhoon disturbance on a subtropical island: Taiwan. Ecosphere, 8(9), e01938.

2.        Yang, Y., Wang, L., Yang, Z., Xu, C., Xie, J., Chen, G., ... & Lin, W. (2018). Large ecosystem service benefits of assisted natural regeneration. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123(2), 676-687.

3.        Chang, C. T., Huang Jr, C., Wang, L., Shih, Y. T., & Lin, T. C. (2018). Shifts in stream hydrochemistry in responses to typhoon and non-typhoon precipitation. Biogeosciences, 15(8), 2379-2391.

4.        Yu, Z., Wang, M., Huang, Z., Lin, T. C., Vadeboncoeur, M. A., Searle, E. B., & Chen, H. Y. (2018). Temporal changes in soil C‐N‐P stoichiometry over the past 60 years across subtropical China. Global change biology, 24(3), 1308-1320.

5.        Lin, T. C.*, Wang, L., Zheng, C., McEwan, R., Chang, C. T., Chiang, J. M., & Chi, C. H. (2017). Tropical cyclones disrupt the relationship between tree height and species diversity: Comment. Ecosphere, 8(9), e01938.

6.        Lin, K. C., Hamburg, S. P., Wang, L., Duh, C. T., Huang, C. M., Chang, C. T.*, & Lin, T. C.* (2017). Impacts of increasing typhoons on the structure and function of a subtropical forest: reflections of a changing climate. Scientific Reports, 7, 4911.

7.        Chang, C. T., Wang, C. P., Huang, J. C., Wang, L. J., Liu, C. P., & Lin, T. C.* (2017). Trends of two decadal precipitation chemistry in a subtropical rainforest in East Asia. Science of The Total Environment, 605, 88-98.

8.        Liu, X., Lin, T. C.*, Yang, Z., Vadeboncoeur, M. A., Lin, C., Xiong, D., Lin, W, Chen, G., Xie, J Li, Y., & Yang, Y.* (2017). Increased litter in subtropical forests boosts soil respiration in natural forests but not plantations of Castanopsis carlesii. Plant and Soil, 418(1-2), 141-151.

9.        Lu, M. C., Chang, C. T., Lin, T. C., Wang, L. J., Wang, C. P., Hsu, T. C., & Huang, J. C.* (2017). Modeling the terrestrial N processes in a small mountain catchment through INCA-N: A case study in Taiwan. Science of the Total Environment, 593, 319-329.

10.     Chang, C. T., Wang, L. J., Huang, J. C., Liu, C. P., Wang, C. P., Lin, N. H., Wang, L., & Lin, T. C.* (2017). Precipitation controls on nutrient budgets in subtropical and tropical forests and the implications under changing climate. Advances in Water Resources, 103, 44-50.

11.     Huang, J. C., Lee, T. Y., Lin, T. C.*, Hein, T., Lee, L. C., Shih, Y. T., Kao, S. J., Shiah, F. K., & Lin, N. H. (2016). Effects of different N sources on riverine DIN export and retention in a subtropical high-standing island, Taiwan. Biogeosciences, 13(6), 1787.

12.     10. Huang, G. Z., & Lin, T. C.* (2016). Response of two epiphyte species to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization at a humid subtropical rainforest in northeastern Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science, 31(4), 293-304.

13.     Liu, T. Y., Lin, K. C., Vadeboncoeur, M. A., Chen, M. Z., Huang, M. Y., & Lin, T. C.* (2015). Understory plant community and light availability in conifer plantations and natural hardwood forests in Taiwan. Applied vegetation science, 18(4), 591-602.

14.     Lin, T. C., Shaner, P. L., Wang, L. J., Shih, Y. T., Wang, C. P., Huang, G. H., & Huang, J. C.* (2015). Effects of mountain tea plantations on nutrient cycling at upstream watersheds. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 19(11), 4493.

15.     Chi, C. H., McEwan, R. W., Chang, C. T., Zheng, C., Yang, Z., Chiang, J. M., & Lin, T. C.* (2015). Typhoon disturbance mediates elevational patterns of forest structure, but not species diversity, in humid monsoon Asia. Ecosystems, 18(8), 1410-1423.

16.     Yao, A. W., Chiang, J. M., McEwan, R., & Lin, T. C.* (2015). The effect of typhoon-related defoliation on the ecology of gap dynamics in a subtropical rain forest of Taiwan. Journal of Vegetation Science, 26(1), 145-154.

17.     Chang, C. T., Wang, S. F., Vadeboncoeur, M. A., & Lin, T. C.* (2014). Relating vegetation dynamics to temperature and precipitation at monthly and annual timescales in Taiwan using MODIS vegetation indices. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(2), 598-620.

18.     Wang, H. C., Wang, S. F., Lin, K. C., Lee Shaner, P. J., & Lin, T. C.* (2013). Litterfall and Element Fluxes in a Natural Hardwood Forest and a Chinese-fir Plantation Experiencing Frequent Typhoon Disturbance in Central Taiwan. Biotropica, 45(5), 541-548.


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