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Shenghui Cui
Highest Education:
1799 Jimei Road, Xiamen
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Education and Appointments:

Professor of Environmental planning and management; Lead PI
Vice Director, Key Lab for Urban Environment and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, P. R. China 1994 BSc. in Biology
Xiamen University, Xiamen, P. R. China 1997 M.S., Environmental Science
Xiamen University, Xiamen, P. R. China 2003 Ph.D., Environmental planning and management
2010-present: Professor of urban Environmental planning and management, Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences;
2006-2010: Associate professor of urban Environmental planning and management, Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences;
2004- 2006: Post doc research fellow, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China;
1998- 2004: lecturer, School of Fisheries, Jimei University, Xiamen, China

Main academic contributions:
Research Interest:

Urban ecological process and control
Urban environmental planning

Selected Publications:

[1] C Zhao, B Gao, L Wang, W Huang, S Xu, SH Cui. Spatial patterns of net greenhouse gas balance and intensity in Chinese orchard system. Science of The Total Environment, 2021, 779: 146250.
[2] L Xu, S Cui, X Wang, J Tang, V Nitivattananon, S Ding, MN Nguyen. Dynamic risk of coastal flood and driving factors: Integrating local sea level rise and spatially explicit urban growth. Journal of Cleaner Production,2021, 321, 129039.
[3] YS Shen, YC Lin, S Cui, Y Li, X Zhai. Crucial factors of the built environment for mitigating carbon emissions. Science of The Total Environment,2021, 150864.
[4] S Shrestha, SH Cui, LL Xu, LH Wang, B Manandhar, SP Ding. Impact of Land Use Change Due to Urbanisation on Surface Runoff Using GIS-Based SCS–CN Method: A Case Study of Xiamen City, China. Land, 2021, 10(8): 839.
[5] Y Hu, M Su, Y Wang, S Cui, F Meng, W Yue, Y Liu, C Xu, Z Yang. Food production in China requires intensified measures to be consistent with national and provincial environmental boundaries. Nature Food, 2020,1 (9): 572-582.
[6] CL Huang, M Xu, S Cui, Z Li, H Fang, P Wang. Copper-induced ripple effects by the expanding electric vehicle fleet: A crisis or an opportunity. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2020, 161: 104861.
[7] W Huang, B Gao, J Lin, S Cui, Q Zhong, C Huang. Driving forces of nitrogen input into city-level food systems: Comparing a food-source with a food-sink prefecture-level city in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2020, 160: 104850.
[8] Y Hu, S Cui, X Bai, YG Zhu, B Gao, A Ramaswami, J Tang, M Yang, et al. Transboundary Environmental Footprints of the Urban Food Supply Chain and Mitigation Strategies. Environmental Science & Technology, 2020, 54 (17): 10460-10471.
[9] B Gao, L Wang, Z Cai, W Huang, Y Huang, S Cui. Spatio-temporal dynamics of nitrogen use efficiencies in the Chinese food system, 1990–2017. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 717: 134861.
[10] L Xu, X Wang, J Liu, Y He, J Tang, M Nguyen, S Cui. Identifying the trade-offs between climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban land use planning: An empirical study in a coastal city. Environment international, 2020, 133: 105162.
[11] B Gao, W Huang, L Wang, Y Huang, S Ding, S Cui. Driving forces of nitrogen flows and nitrogen use efficiency of food systems in seven Chinese cities, 1990 to 2015. Science of the Total Environment, 2019, 676: 144-154.
[12] CL Huang, B Gao, S Xu, Y Huang, X Yan, S Cui. Changing phosphorus metabolism of a global aquaculture city. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019, 225: 1118-1133.
[13] L Xu, S Cui, J Tang, M Nguyen, J Liu, Y Zhao. Assessing the adaptive capacity of urban form to climate stress: a case study on an urban heat island. Environmental Research Letters, 2019, 14 (4): 044013.
[14] CL Huang, S Qu, B Gao, Y Huang, H Fang, X Yan, S Cui, M Xu. Effects of urbanization on phosphorus metabolism in a typical agricultural area. Journal of Cleaner Production,2019, 214: 803-815.
[15] L Xu, S Cui, J Tang, X Yan, W Huang, H Lv. Investigating the comparative roles of multi-source factors influencing urban residents' transportation greenhouse gas emissions. Science of the Total Environment, 2019, 644: 1336-1345.
[16] B Gao, T Huang, X Ju, B Gu, W Huang, L Xu, RM Rees, DS Powlson, P Smith, S Cui. Chinese cropping systems are a net source of greenhouse gases despite soil carbon sequestration. Global change biology, 2018, 24 (12): 5590-5606.
[17] W Huang, Y Huang, S Lin, Z Chen, B Gao, S Cui. Changing urban cement metabolism under rapid urbanization–A flow and stock perspective. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018, 173: 197-206.
[18] B Gao, Y Huang, W Huang, Y Shi, X Bai, S Cui. Driving forces and impacts of food system nitrogen flows in China, 1990 to 2012. Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 610: 430-441.

Supported Projects:

[1] Comparative risk assessment of hydrologic hazards and adaption policy in Jiulong River and Chao Phraya Watershed 2017.1-2020.12 Sponser: National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC)
[2] Development of Profitable Climate Adaptation to Extreme Events for Cities 2016.1-2018.12 Sponser: CAS-CISRO Project Fund
[3] Study on objective of carbon emission reduction and achievement pathways for Xiamen's 13th five-year-plan 2015.10-2016.3 Sponser: Xiamen Development and Reform Commission.
[4] Study on Reactive nitrogen sources of China and their impacts on air quality and climate change 2014.1-2018.8 Sponser: National Key Scientific Research Project [5] Study on Coping Strategy and Planning Appplication of Coastal Urban Form on the Context of Climate Change 2014.1-2017.12 Sponser: National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC)
[6] Study on Index System of “13th five-year” Environmental Protection Special Planning Goals for Fujian Province 2014.1-2015.12 Sponser: Science and Technology Plan of Fujian Province Environmental Protection Bureau
[7] Study onTechnology Evaluation and Optimization Research of Sludge Resources Based on the Life Cycle 2013.6-2016.6 Sponser: Key Deployment Project of CAS
[8] Study on Ecological Environment Stress Effect of Residents' Food Consumption in Ningbo Based on Multi-footprint Evaluation 2013.3-2015.3 Sponser: Ningbo Science and Technology Project
[9] Study on Pilot Project of Low Carbon City in Xiamen 2012.6-2014.4 Sponser: China Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Grant Project
[10] Study on Technology Research and Application of Urban Climate Environment Protection and Space Division 2012.1-2015.12 Sponser: Chinese National Programs for Science and Technology Support
[11] Study on C, N, P Metabolism of food consumption in Xiamen 2010.8-2012.10 Sponsor: Science and Technology Project of Xiamen City
[12] Integrated Assessment of Urban Coastal Vulnerability under Environmental Changes 2008.1-2010.12 Sponsor: National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC); [13] The eco-environmental stress effects of urban development 2007.8-2009.12 Sponsor: key project of knowledge innovation of CAS;