余兆武

青年研究员

Email: zhaowu_yu@fudan.edu.cn

研究方向: 城市生态学;暴露生态学;城市气候;环境遥感

个人简历

余兆武, 博士毕业于哥本哈根大学地球科学与自然资源管理系,后就职于哥本哈根大学助理教授 (Assistant Professor), 博导,现为复旦大学环境科学与工程系研究员。主要从事城市生态与规划、生态暴露与健康效应、城市气候与环境遥感相关研究与教学。上海市领军人才(海外)项目、上海浦江学者、中国生态学学会“生态学青年人才托举工程”入选人。截止目前以第一/通讯作者在生态学/地学领域国际主流SCI期刊发表论文30余篇,其中3篇为Web of Science Core Collection数据库ESI高被引论文(Highly Cited Paper,全球top 1%),2篇为Urban Forestry & Urban Greening杂志历年最高被引论文之一。截止目前,主持国家自然科学基金面上项目、上海市自然科学基金面上项目、复旦大学海外引进人才基金,城市与区域生态国家重点实验室基金等10余项,同时参与欧盟Horizon 2020,科技部重点研发计划,国家自然科学基金面上基金等多项。  

欢迎有志于从事城市生态与规划,生态暴露与健康效应、环境遥感等相关研究方向的具有遥感、地理信息系统、生态学、环境科学、景观及规划等学科及相关学科的本科生、硕士生、博士生及博士后联系报考,加入我的团队。本着不拘一格降人才的思想为有想法的学生提供一切可能的机会与平台。

教育与工作经历

  • 2020.12 – 至今 复旦大学 环境科学与工程系 青年研究员,博士生导师

  • 2019.8 – 2020.12 哥本哈根大学地球科学与自然资源管理系 助理教授 (Assistant Professor),博士生导师

  • 2018.5 – 2019.7 哥本哈根大学地球科学与自然资源管理系 博士后

  • 2015.9 – 2018.5 哥本哈根大学地球科学与自然资源管理系 博士生

  • 2012.9 – 2015.7 中国科学院大学(中国科学院城市环境研究所) 硕士生

  • 2008.9 – 2012.7 西南民族大学 本科生

博(硕)士导师/方向

  • 城市生态学

  • 暴露生态学

  • 城市气候

  • 环境遥感

学术兼职

  • 中国生态学学会青年工作委员会 副秘书长

  • 中国环境科学学会生态环境修复专业委员会 委员

  • Editorial Board of Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (Urban Ecology Section) (IF=4.493)

  • Landscape Architecture Frontiers期刊 执行编委

奖励荣誉

  • 上海市领军人才项目(海外)入选人(2021)

  • 上海市“浦江学者”入选人(2021)

  • 中国生态学学会“生态学青年人才托举工程”入选人(2020)

  • 复旦大学2021年青年教师教学大赛 二等奖

人才培养

本科生课程:

  • 城市气候导论

  • 环境与人类(校精品课程)

  • 生态文明理论与实践

研究生课程:

  • Advanced Urban Ecology (全英文博士课程)

主持/主要参与项目(部分)

  • 国家自然科学基金面上项目,城市绿地热缓解效率阈值多尺度耦合研究,执行期:2022.01.01-2025.12.31,主持

  • 上海市自然科学基金面上项目,多尺度下城市绿色植被对热环境缓解研究,执行期:2021.07.01-2024.6.30,主持

  • 复旦大学海外引进人才科研启动项目,基于自然的解决方案与气候适应性研究,执行期:2020.12.05-2023.12.04,主持

  • 上海市浦江学者人才计划项目,典型气候背景下城市绿地降温效率阈值与能量动态机理研究,执行期:2021.10.01-2023.09.30,主持

  • 城市与区域生态国家重点实验室开放基金项目,基于气候带背景的城市蓝绿景观的 降温作用研究,执行期:2019.04.01-2021.04.01,主持

  • 科技部国家重点研发项目,重塑绿色-培育面向中欧城市智慧、绿色和健康转型的基于自然解决方案,执行期:2020.10.01-2024.09.30,项目骨干

教研成果

代表性专著:

  • 高世昌编著,德国生态补偿理论与实践,2020,中国财政经济出版社(第二章 德国空间规划与生态补偿 写作)

发表论文(第一/通讯作者/近3年)

      2022

•Gaoyuan Yang, Zhaowu Yu*, Yi Xiao, Liangjun Da. The quantity-quality and gain-loss conversion pattern of green vegetation during urbanization reveals the importance of protecting natural forest ecosystems, Landscape Ecology, 2022, doi: 10.1007/s10980-022-01519-4.

•Wanben Wu, Zhaowu Yu*, Jun Ma, Bin Zhao*. Quantifying the influence of 2D and 3D urban morphology on the thermal environment across climatic zones, Landscape and Urban Planning, 2022, doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2022.104499.

•Jinguang Zhang, Zhaowu Yu*, Yingyi Cheng, Xiaohan Sha, Hanyu Zhang, A novel hierarchical framework to evaluate residential exposure to green spaces, Landscape Ecology, 2022, doi: 10.1007/s10980-021-01378-5

•Gaoyuan Yang, Zhaowu Yu*, Tao Luo, Lone S. Kristensen. Residents' preferences on urbanized landscapes in rural areas reveal the importance of naturalness-livability contrast, Journal of Geographical Science, 2022, 32(8): 1493-1512

      2021

Zhaowu Yu, Jinguang Zhang, Gaoyuan Yang*. How to build a heat network to alleviate surface heat island effect? Sustainable Cities and Society, 2021, 74(3). doi: 10.1016/j.scs.2021.103135 

•Jinguang Zhang, Zhaowu Yu*, Yingyi Cheng, Xiaohan Sha, Hanyu Zhang, A novel hierarchical framework to evaluate residential exposure to green spaces, Landscape Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s10980-021-01378-5 

Zhaowu Yu*, Ole Fryd, Gertrud Jørgensen, Gaoyuan Yang, Nevruz Cinar Özdil, Henrik Vejre. Where and how to cool? An idealized urban thermal security pattern model. Landscape Ecology, 2021, 36(7):2165-2174, doi: 10.1007/s10980-020-00982-1 

•Gaoyuan Yang, Zhaowu Yu*, Jinguang Zhang, Lone S. Kristensen. From preference to landscape sustainability: A review on landscape preference research from 1968 to 2019. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 2021, 7(1), DOI: 10.1080/20964129.2021.1948355 

•Shengzi Chen, Zhaowu Yu*, Min Liu*, Liangjun Da, Muhammad Faiz. Trends of the contributions of biophysical (climate) and socioeconomic elements to regional heat islands. Scientific Reports, 2021, 11(1), DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-92271-3. 

Zhaowu Yu*, Jinguang Zhang, Gaoyuan Yang, Juliana Schlaberg. Reverse thinking: A new method from the graph perspective for evaluating and mitigating regional surface heat islands. Remote Sensing, 2021, 13:1127 

Zhaowu Yu, Yongcai Jing, Gaoyuan Yang, Ranhao Sun*. A New Urban Functional Zone-Based Climate Zoning System for Urban Temperature Study. Remote Sensing, 2021, 13(2):251. doi: 10.3390/rs13020251 

       2020

Zhaowu Yu*, Tingting Chen, Gaoyuan Yang, Ranhao Sun*, Wei Sun, Henrik Vejre. Quantifying seasonal and diurnal contributions of urban landscapes to heat energy dynamics. Applied Energy, 2020, doi: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.114724 

•Jinguang Zhang, Zhaowu Yu*, Yingyi Cheng, Caijie Chen, Yi Wan, Bing Zhao, Henrik Vejre. Evaluating the disparities in urban green space provision in heterogeneous communities: The case of a rapidly urbanizing Chinese city. Building and Environment, 2020, 83, doi: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2020.107170 

•Jingguang Zhang, Zhaowu Yu*, Ranhao Sun, Bing Zhao, Henrik Vejre. Links between green space and public health: A bibliometric review of global research trends and future prospects from 1901 to 2019, Environmental Research Letters, 2020, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab7f64.

Zhaowu Yu*, Gaoyuan Yang, Shudi Zuo, Gertrud Jørgensen, Motoya Koga, Henrik Vejre. Critical review on the cooling effect of urban blue-green space: A threshold-size perspective. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 2020, doi: 10.1016/j.ufug.2020.126630 (ESI高被引论文).

•Xiali Luan, Zhaowu Yu*, Yuting Zhang, Sheng Wei, Xinyu Miao, Zheng Y. X. Huang, Shuqing N. Teng, Chi Xu. Remote sensing and social sensing data reveal scale-dependent and system-specific strengths of urban heat island determinants. Remote Sensing, 2020, 12 (391). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12030391 

•Gaoyuan Yang, Zhaowu Yu*, Gertrud Jørgensen, Henrik Vejre. How can urban blue-green space be planned for climate adaption in high-latitude cities? A seasonal perspective. Sustainable Cities and Society. 2020, doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2019.101932 (ESI高被引论文) 

•Jinguang Zhang, Zhaowu Yu*, Bing Zhao. Impact Mechanism of Urban Green Spaces in Promoting Public Health: Theoretical Framework and Inspiration for Practical Experiences, Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 2020, 8(4): 104-113. (ESCI, CSCD)

       2019

Zhaowu Yu*, Yawen Yao, Gaoyuan Yang, Xiangrong Wang, Henrik Vejre. Strong contribution of rapid urbanization and urban agglomeration development to regional thermal environment dynamics and evolution. Forest Ecology and Management. 2019, 446: 214-225. 

Zhaowu Yu*, Yawen Yao, Gaoyuan Yang, Xiangrong Wang, Henrik Vejre. Spatiotemporal patterns and characteristics of remotely sensed regional heat island during the rapid urbanization (1990-2015) of Southern China. Science of the Total Environment. 2019, 674:242-254.

•Huiying Fan, Zhaowu Yu*, Gaoyuan Yang, Tsz Yiu Liu, Tsz Ying Liu, Carmem Huang Hung, Henrik Vejre. How to cool hot-humid cities with urban trees? An optimal landscape size perspective. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2019, 265: 338-348. (ESI高被引论文

•Jing Gao, Zhaowu Yu*, Lucang Wang, Henrik Vejre. Suitability of regional development based on ecosystem service benefits and losses: A case study of the Yangtze River Delta urban agglomeration, China. Ecological Indicators. 2019,107, doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105579.

       2018

Zhaowu Yu*, Shaobin Xu, Yuhan Zhang, Gertrud Jørgensen, Henrik Vejre. Strong contributions of local background climate to the cooling effect of urban green vegetation. Scientific Reports 2018, 8(1): 6798. 10.1038/s41598-018-25296-w.

Zhaowu Yu*. Xieying Guo, Yuxi Zeng, Motoya Koga, Henrik Vejre. Variations in land surface temperature and cooling efficiency of green space in rapid urbanization: The case of Fuzhou city, China. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 2018, 29: 113-121. (志历年最高被引论文之一) 

Zhaowu Yu*, Xieying Guo, Gertrud Jørgensen, Henrik Vejre. How can urban green space be designed for urban climate adaptation in subtropical cities? Ecological Indicators, 2017, 82: 152-162.

•Zhaowu Yu*, Lishan Xiao, Xiji Chen, Zhichao He, Qinghai Guo, Henrik Vejre. Spatial restructuring and land consolidation of urban-rural settlement in mountainous areas based on ecological niche perspective, Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2018, 28(1): 131-151.