Hui, Dafeng

Member Profile

Department of Botany and Microbiology
University of Oklahoma
770 Van Vleet Oval
Norman1, OK 73019-0245
(405) 325-5003 (Tel), (405) 325-7619 (FAX)
dafeng@ou.edu (E-mail)

Current website: http://www.tnstate.edu/faculty/dhui/

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Botany, University of Oklahoma. 2002
M.S. Agronomy, Yangzhou University, China. 1994
B.S. Agronomy (equiv. to), Yangzhou University, China, 1989
Associate, Agronomy, Xuzhou Agricultural School, China, 1984

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2004- Research Scientist / Adjunct Assistant Professor
2002-2003 Post-Doc Research Associate, University of Oklahoma
1999-2002 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Oklahoma
1997-98. Visiting scholar, Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV
1994-97. Lecturer, Department of Agronomy,Yangzhou University, China
1984-94. Research associate, Department of Agronomy, Yangzhou University, China.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Lecturing

2002, 2003. Biostatistics and Computer Applications. Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma.
1996. Statistical Analysis System (SAS) and it's application, Yangzhou University, China.
1995. Quantitative Generics, Yangzhou University, China.
1994-97. Computer applications and Database Management (FoxBase), Yangzhou University, China.
1992-97. Experimental Design and Biostatistics. Yangzhou University, China.

Teaching Assistant

1998. Guest Teaching Assistant for Dr Luo: Computer acquaintance and applications in biological sciences. Department of Biology, University of Nevada at Reno.
1991. Experimental Design and Biostatistics (Prof. Huidong Mo). Yangzhou University, China

RESEARCH PROJECT

Interannual Variability in Net Ecosystem Exchange in Colorado Subalpine Forest: Partitioning into Causes between Climatic Variability and Functional Changes. 2003-2004, $126,000. National Institute For Global Environmental Change (Co-PI. PI, Y. Luo).
HONORS and AWARDS

1999 Second Class Achievements Award of Science and Technology Improvement, National Education Committee of China.
1997 Second Class Award of Course Construction, Jiangsu Education Committee.
1996 First and Second Class Award of Course Construction, Yangzhou University.
1995 Excellent Personnel of College Laboratory System, Jiangsu Education Committee.
1988 Third Class Award of Agricultural Science and Technology Improvement, the Ministry of Jiangsu Agriculture.
1987 Excellent Youth, Youth Organization of Jiangsu Agricultural College.
1984 Excellent Student, Xuzhou Agricultural School.

PUBLICATIONS

Luo YQ, White L, Hui DF. 2004. Comment on "Impacts of fine root turnover on forest NPP and soil C sequestration potential". SCIENCE 304 (5678): JUN 18. PDF

Hui DF, Wan SQ, Su B, Katul G, Monson R, Luo YQ.2004. Gap-filling missing data in eddy covariance measurements using multiple imputation (MI) for annual estimations, AGR FOREST METEOROL 121 (1-2): 93-111. PDF
Hui, D., S. Wan, B. Su, G. Katul, R. Monson, and Y. Luo. 2003. Gap-filling missing data in eddy covariance measurements by multiple imputation (MI) for annual estimations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (in press)PDF

Hui, D., Y. Luo,and G. Katul. 2003. Partitioning interannual variability in net ecosystem exchange into climatic variability and functional change. Tree Physiology, 23:433-442. PDF

Liu, X, S. Wan, B. Su, D. Hui, Y. Luo. 2002. Response of soil CO2 efflux to water manipulation in a tallgrass prairie ecosystem. Plant and Soil. 240: 213-223. PDF

Miao, S., Y. Luo, Y. Liu, D. Hui. 2002. Structure and Functional Response of Plants to Global Climate Change. Pp. 121-143. In Wu, J. and X. Han (eds). Lectures in Modern Ecology: From Basic Science to Environmental Issues. Science Press, Beijing. China. (In Chinese with English abstract).

Hui, D., D.A. Sims, D.W. Johnson, W. Cheng and Y. Luo. 2002. Effects of gradual versus step carbon dioxide increase on Plantago growth at two nitrogen levels. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 47:51-66. PDF

Luo, Y., S. Wan, D. Hui, L. Wallace. 2001. Acclimatization of soil respiration to warming in a tall grass prairie. Nature 413: 622-625. PDF

Wan, S, D. Hui, and Y. Luo. 2001. Fire Effects on ecosystem nitrogen pools and dynamics: A meta-analysis. Ecological Application 11: 1349-1365. PDF

Hui, D., Y. Luo, D.W. Johnson, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman and D.A. Sims. 2001. Canopy radiation and water use efficiency as affected by elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 7, 75-91. PDF

Luo, Y., B. Medlyn, D. Hui, D. Ellsworth, J.F. Reynolds, and G. Katul. 2001. Gross primary productivity in the Duke Forest: Modeling synthesis of the free-air CO2 enrichment experiment and eddy-covariance measurements. Ecological Applications 11,239-252. PDF

Luo, Y., D. Hui, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman, D.W. Johnson, and D.A. Sims. 2000. Canopy quantum yield in a mesocosm study. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 100, 35-48. PDF

Gu, S., D. Hui, H. Mo, 1998, The Optimal Fitting of the Nonlinear Equation with Contraction-Expansion Algorithm, Acta BioMathmatica, (in English with Chinese abstract).

Gu, S., D. Hui, H. Mo, 1998, The Optimal Fitting of the Nonlinear Equation with Contraction-Expansion Algorithm, Acta Agronomica Sinica, 24(5): 513-519.

Hui, D., C. Jiang, H. Mo, 1997, Comparison among Mapping Methods for Detecting QTLs and Estimating Their Effects, Acta Agronomica Sinica. 23, 129-136

Gu, S., D. Hui, Q. Zhu, 1996, Genetic Analysis of Grain Plumpness of Hybrids between indica and japonica Rice, Chinese J. Rice Science, 10(3): 129-137.

Hui, D., C. Jiang, 1996, Practical SAS Usage, Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics Press, Beijing, China.

Hui, D., Z. Zhang, J. Kuai, S. Gu, and Y. Yao. 1996. Textbook, Computer Application Training Textbook, Agricultural College, Yangzhou University, China

Jiang, C., D. Hui, 1995, Joint Mapping of Genes for Correlated Quantitative Traits, J. of Jiangsu Agricultural College, 16(1):1-7.

Jiang, C., C. Xu, D. Hui, Y. Shao, 1995, Analysis of Effects of Major Genes on Quantitative Traits between Families, Acta Agronomica Sinica, 21(5):632-636.

Zhu, Q., Z. Wang, Z. Zhang, D. Hui, 1995, Study on indicators of grain-filling of rice. J. of Jiangsu Agricultural College, 16(2): 1-4.

Zhang, Z., Q. Zhu, X. Cao, Z. Wang, D. Hui, 1995, Grain filling and combining abilities of Japonica/Indica hybrids. J. of Jiangsu Agricultural College 16(2): 5-9.

Hui, D., C. Xu, J. Kuai, etc., 1995, Biostatistics Test Paper Produce and Score Analysis System on Microcomputer, 1995, College Education Research, (1):11-14.

Kuai, J., H. Mo, D. Hui, 1994, The Relationship between Flowering Time of Rice and Weather Factors, Chinese J. Rice Science, 8(2):79-84.

Hui, D., 1994. Textbook, SAS and its application. Agricultural College, Yangzhou University, China.

Hui, D., 1992, Computer Agricultural Experimental Data Analysis System, J. of Jiangsu Agricultural College, 13(2):37-40.

Hui, D., 2002, Experimental and modeling studies of canopy radiation and water use efficiencies, soil respiration and net ecosystem carbon exchange, Ph D. Dissertation, University of Oklahoma.

Hui, D., 1994, Genetic Analysis for Filling Degree of Paddy Grains, Master Thesis, Yangzhou University, PR China.

ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS

Hui, D., Y. Luo, G. Katul. Partitioning Interannual Variability in Net Ecosystem Exchange into Two Causes -- Climatic Variability and Functional Change: Method Development with Dataset from Duke Forest .In AGU meeting held in San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2002. Abstracts of Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 83, No. 47, 2002.

Hui, D., Y. Luo, Evaluation of CO2 production and transport in the soil: Case study in Duke Forest. In annual ESA meeting held in Tucson, Arizona, 6-11 August 2002. Abstracts of the Ecological Society of America (oral presentation).

Hui, D., Y. Luo, G. Katul, D. Ellsworth, R. Monson, K. Wilson, S. Wofsy. Comparative study of canopy quantum yields among four AmeriFlux sites with different species and environmental conditions. In annual ESA meeting held in Madison, Wisconsin, 5-10 August 2001. Abstracts of the Ecological Society of America.

Hui, D., Y. Luo, G. Katul. A search for a simple predictive model of gross primary productivity from eddy-covariance data. In annual ESA meeting held in Snowbird, Utah, 6-10 August 2000. Abstracts of the Ecological Society of America.

Hui, D., Y. Luo, G. Katul. A search for a simple predictive model of gross primary productivity from eddy-covariance data. In AGU meeting held in San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000. Abstracts of Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 81, No. 48, Nov 28, 2000.

Luo, Y., B. Medlyn, D. Hui, D. Ellsworth, and J.F. Reynolds. Elevated [CO2] increases canopy carbon uptake in the Duke Forest. In the 16th International Botanical Congress held at St. Louis, MO, August 1-6, 1999.

Wan, S, D. Hui, and Y. Luo. Fire Effects on ecosystem nitrogen cycling: A meta-analysis. In the 16th International Botanical Congress held at St. Louis, MO, August 1-6, 1999.

Hui, D., D.A. Sims, D.W. Johnson, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman and Y. Luo. Canopy water and light use efficiency at elevated CO2: A mesocosm study. In annual ESA meeting held in Spokane, WA, 8-12 August 1999. Abstracts of the Ecological Society of America

Luo, Y., D. Hui, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman, D.W. Johnson, and D.A. Sims. Canopy quantum yield in a mesocosm study. In International Conference: Advances in Plant Ecophysiology held at York, U.K. Sept. 7-9 1998.

Hui, D., Y. Luo, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman, D.W. Johnson, and D.A. Sims. Quantum yield, canopy development, and carbon fluxes in a mesocosm study. In annual ESA meeting held in Baltimore, Maryland 2-6 August 1998. Abstracts of the Ecological Society of America p.178.

Hui, D., Y. Luo, J.T. Ball, W. Cheng, J.S. Coleman, D.W. Johnson, D. Schorran, D.A. Sims, and L. Sotoodeh. ECOCELL study III: Interactive effects of canopy development and elevated CO2 on ecosystem carbon fluxes. In 3rd International IGBP-GCTE Workshop: Critical Assessment of the Response of Forest Ecosystems to Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, Duke University, North Carolina, October 10-13 1997.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Memberships

Ecology Society of America.
American Geographical Union.
Sigma Xi.