姓  名: 杨奇森
学  科: 动物学
电话/传真: +86-10-64807225 / +86-10-64807099
电子邮件: yangqs@ioz.ac.cn
通讯地址: 北京市朝阳区北辰西路1号院5号
中国科学院动物研究所 中国科学院动物进化与系统学重点实验室 100101
更多信息: 兽类学研究组     

简历介绍:

  杨奇森,男,博士,研究员,博士生导师,中国科学院动物研究所兽类学研究组组长。
  1989年毕业于西华师范大学,获硕士学位。1996年在中国科学院动物研究所获博士学位。1999-2000年前往澳大利亚国立大学做访问学者。先后在中国科学院西北高原生物研究所和动物研究所工作。现任中国科学院动物研究所动物进化与系统学院重点实验室兽类学研究组组长,兼北京动物学会监事长、中国动物学会兽类学分会副理事长、中国生态学会动物生态专业委员委员。
  长期在青藏高原、横断山脉及西部干旱荒漠区从事野生动物资源保护及生物地理学研究工作,先后参与或承担科技基础性工作专项、中国科学院重大项目、中国科学院知识创新工程项目、国家自然科学基金重点项目和国家自然科学基金面上项目及部委委托项目等40多项。
  自2001年开始招收硕士研究生,至2019年共招收研究生30余名。研究区域主要主要集中在横断山脉、青藏高原、蒙古高原和西部干旱荒漠区。

研究领域:

  主要从事兽类分类、资源调查、谱系动物地理学、形态功能进化及保护生物学领域。

社会任职:

获奖及荣誉:

  1. 国家科技进步奖特等奖一项(2008,参与)
  2. 铁道部科学技术一等奖(2007)
  3. 中国铁道学会科技进步一等奖(2007)

承担科研项目情况:

  1. 川藏铁路西藏段建设前期野生动物调查与评估,铁路总公司委托,主持。
  2. 科技基础性工作专项:武陵山区生物多样性综合考察, 2014-2019, 主持。
  3. 科技基础性工作专项:藏东南动物资源综合考察与重要类群资源评估,2014-2019, 主要参与人。
  4. NSFC重大项目:中国动物志《鼠亚科》,2014-,主持。

代表论著:

  1. Feijó, A., Wang, Y., Sun, J., Li, F., Wen, Z., Ge, D.Y., Xia, L., Yang, Q. S*. 2019. Research trends on bats in China: a twenty-first century review. Mammalian Biology. doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2019.09.002
  2. He, Y., Hu, S. Z., Ge, D. Y*, Yang, Q. S., Connor, T., Zhou, C. Q*. 2019. Evolutionary history of Spalacidae inferred from fossil occurrences and molecular phylogeny. Mammal Review. doi: 10.1111/mam.12170.
  3. Kumar, B. K., Cheng, J. L., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L, Yang, Q, S*. 2019. Phylogeography and ecological niche modeling unravel the evolutionary history of the Yarkand hare, Lepus yarkandensis (Mammalia: Leporidae), through the Quaternary. BMC Evolutionary Biology 19(1):113.
  4. Ge, D. Y., Feijó, A., Cheng, J., Lu, L., Liu, R., Abramov, A.V., Xia, L., Wen, Z., Zhang, W., Shi, L., Yang, Q. S*. 2019. Evolutionary history of field mice (Murinae: Apodemus), with emphasis on morphological variation among species in China and description of a new species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 187: 518–534.
  5. Ge, D. Y., Lu, L., Xia, L., Du, Y. B., Wen, Z. X., Cheng, J. L., Abramov, A. V., Yang, Q. S*. 2018. Molecular phylogeny, morphological diversity, and systematic revision of a species complex of common wild rat species in China (Rodentia, Murinae). Journal of Mammalogy, 99(6): 1350–1374.
  6. Ge, D. Y., Lu, L., Abramov, A. V., Wen, Z. X., Cheng, J. L., Xia, L., Vogler, A. P., Yang, Q. S*. 2018. Coalesence Models reveal the rise of the white-bellied rat (Niviventer confucianus) following the loss of Asian megafauna. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 26:423–434.
  7. Zhu, K.L., Ge, D. Y., Wen, Z.X., Xia, L, Yang, Q. S*. 2018. Evolutionary Genetics of Hypoxia and Cold Tolerance in Mammals. Journal of Molecular Evolution 86(9):618-634.
  8. Feijó, A., Wen, Z., Cheng, J., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L., Yang. Q. S*. 2019. Divergent selection along elevational gradients promotes genetic and phenotypic disparities among small mammals populations. Ecology and Evolution. 10.1002/ece3.5273.
  9. Ge, D. Y., Lu, L., Cheng, J. L., Xia, L., Chang, Y. B., Wen, Z. X., Lv, X., Du, Y. B., Liu, Q. Y., Yang, Q. S*. 2017. An endemic rat species complex is evidence of moderate environmental changes in the terrestrial biodiversity centre of China through the late quaternary. Scientific Reports, 7, 46127.
  10. Cheng, J. L., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L., Lu, L., Yang, Q. S*.2018. Phylogeny and taxonomic reassessment of jerboa, Dipus (Rodentia, Dipodinae), in inland Asia. Zoologica Scripta, DOI:00:1–15. https://doi.org/10.1111/zsc.12303.
  11. Wen, Z. X., Cheng, J. L., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L., Lv, X., Yang, Q. S*. 2018. Abundance–occupancy and abundance–body mass relationships of small mammals in a mountainous landscape. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-018-0695-z.
  12. Lv, X., Cheng, J. L., Meng, Y., Chang, Y. B., Xia, X., Wen, Z.X., Ge, D. Y., Liu, S.Y., Yang Q, S*.2018.. Disjunct distribution and distinct intraspecific diversification of Eothenomys melanogaster in South China. BMC Evolutionary Biology (2018) 18:50 DOI.org/10.1186/s12862-018-1168-3.
  13. Wen, Z. X., Wu, Y. J., Cheng, J. L. Cai, T. L., Du, Y. B., Ge, D. Y. Xia, L., Yang, Q. S*. 2018. Abundance of small mammals correlates with their elevational range sizes and elevational distributions in the subtropics. Ecography, 41: 1888–1898.
  14. Du, Y., Wen, Z., Zhang, J., Lv, X., Cheng, J., Ge D. Y., Xia, L., Yang, Q. S*. 2017. The roles of environment, space, and phylogeny in determining functional dispersion of rodents (Rodentia) in the Hengduan Mountains, China. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 10941-10951.
  15. Lissovsky, A.A., Obolenskaya, E. V., Ge, D. Y., Yang, Q. S. 2017. Phylogeny and distribution of Palaearctic chipmunks Eutamias (Rodentia: Sciuridae). Hystrix, Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 28: 12172.
  16. Ma, H. D., Ge, D. Y., Shenbrot, G., Pisano, J., Yang, Q. S., Zhang, Z. Q*. 2016. Hypsodonty of Dipodidae (Rodentia) in correlation with diet preferences and habitats. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, DOI: 10.1007/s10914-016-9352-y.
  17. Lv, X., Xia, L., Ge, D. Y., Wu, Y. J., Yang, Q. S*. 2016. Climatic niche conservatism and ecological opportunity in the explosive radiation of arvicoline rodents (Arvicolinae, Cricetidae). Evolution, 70, 1094-1104.
  18. Fontanesi, L., Di Palma, F., Flicek, P., Smith, A.T., Thulin, C.G., Alves, P.C., Lagomorph Genomics Consortium. 2016. LaGomiCs—Lagomorph Genomics Consortium: An international collaborative effort for sequencing the genomes of an entire mammalian order. Journal of Heredity,107, 295-308.
  19. Lv, X., Xia, L., Ge, D. Y., Wen, Z. X., Qu, Y. H., Lu, L., Yang, Q. S*. 2016. Continental refugium in the Mongolian Plateau during Quaternary glacial oscillations: phylogeography and niche modelling of the endemic desert hamster, Phodopus roborovskii. PLoS ONE, 11, e0148182.
  20. Wen, Z. X., Yang, Q. S*, Quan, Q., Xia, L., Ge, D. Y., Lv, X. 2016. Multiscale partitioning of small mammal b-diversity provides novel insights into the Quaternary faunal history of Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau and Hengduan Mountains. Journal of Biogeography, 43, 1412-1424.
  21. Wen, Z. X., Quan, Q., Du, Y.B , Xia, L., Ge, D. Y., Yang, Q. S*. 2016. Dispersal, niche, and isolation processes jointly explain species turnover patterns of nonvolant small mammals in a large mountainous region of China. Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.1962.
  22. Ge, D. Y., Yao, L., Xia, L., Zhang, Z. Q., Yang, Q. S*. 2015. Geometric morphometric analysis of skull morphology reveals loss of phylogenetic signal at the generic level in extant lagomorphs (Mammalia: Lagomorpha). Contributions to Zoology, 84 (4) 267-284.
  23. Lu, L., Ge, D. Y., Chesters, D., Simon, Y. W. Ho, Ma, Y., Li, G. C., Wen, Z. X., Wu, Y. J., Wang, J., Xia, L., Liu, J. L., Guo, T. Y., Zhang, X. L., Zhu, C. D., Yang, Q. S*., Liu, Q. Y*. 2015. Molecular phylogeny and the underestimated species diversity of the endemic white-bellied rat (Rodentia: Muridae: Niviventer) in Southeast Asia and China. Zoologica Scripta, 44(5): 475-494.
  24. Wen, Z.X., Wu, Y. J., Du, Y. B. Xia, L., Ge, D. Y., Yang, Q. S*, Shen L. M. 2014. Seasonal change of species diversity patterns of Non-volant small mammals along three subtropical elevational gradients. Biotropica, 46(4): 479-488.
  25. Ge, D. Y., Liu, X., Lv, X.F, Xia, L., Zhang, Z. Q., Yang, Q. S*. 2014. Historical Biogeography and Body Form Evolution of Ground Squirrels (Sciuridae: Xerinae). Evolutionary Biology, 41:99-114.
  26. Ge, D. Y., Wen, Z. X., Xia, L., Zhang, Z. Q., Erbajeva M., Huang, C.M., Yang, Q. S. 2013. Evolutionary history of lagomorphs in response to global environmental change. PLoS ONE. 8(4):e59668.
  27. Lv, X. F., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L., Huang, C.M., Yang, Q. S. 2013.A geometric morphometric study of the skull shape diversification in squirrels (Mammalia, Rodentia). Integrative Zoology. 9(3):231-45.
  28. Lv, X. F., Ge, D. Y., Xia, L., Zhang, Z. Q. Li S., Yang Q. S*. 2013. The evolution and paleobiogeography of flying squirrels (Sciuridae, Pteromyini) in response to global environmental change. Evolutionary Biology, 40:117–132.
  29. Wu, Y. J., Yang, Q. S*, Wen, Z. X., Xia, L., Zhang, Q., Zhou, H. M. 2013. What drive the species richness patterns of non-volant small mammals along a subtropical elevational gradient? Ecography, 36:185-196.
  30. Zhang, Q., Xia, L., Kimura, Y., Shenbrot, G., Zhang, Z. Q., Ge, D. Y., Yang, Q. S*. 2012. Trace the Origin and Diversification of Dipodoidea (Order: Rodentia): Evidence from both Fossil Records and Molecular Phylogeny. Evolutionary Biology, 40:32–44.
  31. Ge, D. Y., Zhang, Z. Q., Xia, L., Zhang, Q., Ma, Y., Yang, Q. S*. 2012. Did the expansion of C4 plants drive extinction and massive range contraction of micromammals? A case inferred from food preference and historical biogeography of pikas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 320-328(2012): 160-171.
  32. Ge, D. Y., Lissovsky, A. A., Xia, L., Cheng, C., Smith, A., Yang Q. S*. 2012. Reevaluation of several taxa of Chinese lagomorphs (Mammalia: Lagomorpha) described on the basis of pelage phenotype variation. Mammalian Biology, 77(2): 113-123.
  33. Wu, Y. H., Xia, L., Zhang, Q., Yang, Q. S*., Meng X. X. 2011. Bidirectional introgressive hybridization between Lepus capensis and Lepus yarkandensis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 59: 545-555.
  34. Wu, Y. H., Xia, L., Zhang, Q., Lei, F. M., Yang, Q. S*. 2010. Genetic diversity in the male-specific SRY gene of Lepus yarkandensis. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(9): 834-840.
  35. Zhang, Q., Xia, L., He, J. B., Wu, Y. H., Fu, J. Z., Yang, Q. S*. 2010. Comparison of phylogeographic structure and population history of Phrynocephalus species in the Tarim Basin and adjacent areas. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 57(3): 1091-1104.
  36. Wu, Y. H., Xia, L., Zhang, Q., Yang, Q. S*. 2010. Habitat fragment affected genetic diversity and differentiation of the Yarkand Hare. Conservation Genetics, 11(1): 183-194.
  37. Zhang, Q., Xia, L., Ma, J., Wu, P. W., Yang, Q. S*. 2009. Effects of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway on the community structure of rodentsin Qaidam desert region. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 29(5): 267-271.
  38. Meng, X. X., Perkins, G., Yang, Q. S., Feng, Z. J., Feng, J. 2009. The relationship between the behavioral mode of endangered female musk deer and reproduction potential next year. Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal, 16: 489-493.
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  40. Feng, Z., Fan, B., Li, K., Zhang, Q. D., Yang, Q. S., Liu B. 2008. Molecular characteristics of Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii) mitochondrial DNA control region and phylogenetic inferences with related species. Small Ruminant Research,75:236-242.
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