Baihui Ren 180px

M.Sc. Biol. Eng. Baihui Ren

AG Angewandte Landschaftsökologie und
Ökologische Planung

Institut für Landschaftsökologie
Heisenbergstr. 2, 48149 Münster

E-Mail: renbaihui1004 [at]

  • Curriculum vitae

    09/2014-Present Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D. candidate in Landscape Ecology
    09/2016-8/2017 Institute of Landscape Ecology, University of Münster, joint Ph.D. student in Landscape Ecology
    09/2011-07/2014 State Key Laboratory of Urban and Regional Ecology, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.Sc. in Biological Engineering
    09/2007-07/2011  University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB), B.Sc. in Ecology


    07/2014-08/2014  Summer intern, Liaoning Institute of Environmental Science. Participate in the study on wastewater treatment technology in small and medium-sized townships of northern China
    08/2012-09/2012 Technical assistant, Fuxin Hua Tian Biological Engineering Co., Ltd.
    Participate in the development and popularization of bio fertilizer technology
    07/2010-08/2010 Productive fieldwork, Baotou Iron & Steel Group Co., Ltd.
    Familiar with the ecological design of steel material production process. Master the process of pollution treatment and energy utilization
    06/2009-07/2009 Cognition practice, Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall, Beixiaohe Wastewater Treatment Plant,
    Zhongguancun Environmental Science & Technology Demonstration Park, Anding sanitary landfill. Understand the application of environmental protection knowledge in practical production planning

  • Forschungs-/Interessengebiete

    • Landscape ecology and ecological planning
    • Environmental and Sustainable Design
  • Forschungsprojekte

    09/2014-Present Research on cryospheric changes and their impacts, supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (973 program, 2013CBA01807), participant investigator
    09/2014-06/2015 Research on three-dimensional urban expansion and its environmental effect, funded by Natural Science Foundation of China (41171155), participant investigator
    03/2011-07/2014 Arsenic uptake, metabolism and detoxification in plants associated with arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi, funded by International Foundation for Science (NO. C/4973-1), participant investigator

  • Publikationen

    Internationale Publikationen (peer reviewed)

    • Ren, B. H., Wu, S. L., Chen, B. D., Wu, Z. X., Zhang, X. Cr stable isotope fractionation in arbuscular mycorrhizal dandelion and Cr uptake by extraradical mycelium. Pedosphere, 25(2): 186-191 (2015). IF: 1.535
    • Zhang, X., Ren, B. H., Wu, S. L., Sun, Y. Q., Lin, G., Chen, B. D. Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis influences arsenic accumulation and speciation in Medicago truncatula L. in arsenic-contaminated soil. Chemosphere, 119, 224-230 (2015).(Co first author) IF: 3.698
    • Zhang, X., Wu, S. L., Ren, B. H., Chen, B. D. Water management, rice varieties and mycorrhizal inoculation influence arsenic concentration and speciation in rice grains. Mycorrhiza, 26(4): 299-309 (2016). IF: 3.252
    • Wu, S. L., Chen, B. D., Sun, Y. Q., Ren, B. H., Zhang, X., Wang, Y. S. Chromium resistance of dandelion (Taraxacum platypecidum Diels.) and bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon [Linn.] Pers.) is enhanced by arbuscular mycorrhiza in Cr (VI)-contaminated soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 33(9), 2105-2113 (2014). IF: 2.763
    • Gong, J. P., Hu, Y. M., Liu, M., Bu, R. C., Chang, Y., Bilal, M., Li, C. L., Wu, W., Ren, B. H. Land Use Regression Models Using Satellite Aerosol Optical Depth Observations and 3D Building Data from the Central Cities of Liaoning Province, China. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 25(3): 1015-1026 (2016). IF: 0.79

    Vorträge auf Konferenzen

    • 12/2013  Effects of arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis on As accumulation, distribution and speciation in host plants. The 1th National Forum for Graduate Students in Ecological Restoration, oral presentation, Beijing, China. (second prize in the academic report)
    • 06/2013  The effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on As accumulation and speciation in Medicago truncatula L. The 7th ISOME: International Symposium on Modern Ecology & The 4th IYEF: International Young Ecologist Forum, oral presentation, Guangzhou, China. (excellent report award)