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Pei-Fen Lee, Professor
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Title Professor
Education
1991 Ph.D. (GIS & Remote Sensing)
M.S. (Biostatistics)
University of Michigan
1983 M.S. (Wildlife Ecology)
National Taiwan University, Department of Zoology
1981 B.S. (Zoology)
National Taiwan University, Department of Zoology
Interest Landscape ecology, Remote sensing, GIS and Data analysis
E-mail leepf@ntu.edu.tw
Lab Life Science Building R609
Tel 886-2-33662469
Fax 886-2-23623501
Research Interests

Species richness pattern in Taiwan
Distribution prediction model
Large-scale ecology
Digital archives of wildlife data

Lab Introduction: Spatial Ecology Lab

We study large-scale ecological phenomena by the use of statistics, database, remote sensing, global positioning system, and geographic information system. Field works are conducted to collect ground truth data. All data are geo-referenced and spatially processed.

Spatial Ecology Lab Home (In Chinese)

Publications

Shiu, H. J., and P. F. Lee. 2003. Assessing avian point-count duration and sample size using species accumulation functions. Zoological Studies 42:357-367. (SCI)

Shiu, H. J., and P. F. Lee. 2003. Seasonal variation of bird species richness along elevational gradients in subtropical Taiwan. Acta Zoologica Taiwanica 14:1-21.

Lee, P.F., T. S. Ding, S. Geng, and F. H. Hsu. 2004. Breeding bird species richness on gradients of elevation, primary productivity and human disturbance in Taiwan. Journal of Biogeography 31:1-8. (SCI)

Chang, C. R., P. F. Lee, M. L. Bai, and T. T. Lin. 2004. Predicting the geographical distribution of plant communities in complex terrain - a case study in Fushan Experimental Forest, Northeastern Taiwan. Ecography 27:577-588. (SCI)

Chen, I. C., P. F. Lee, and W. N. Tzeng. 2005. Distribution of albacore (Thunnus alalunga) in the Indian Ocean and its relation to environmental factors. Fisheries Oceanography 14:71-80. (SCI)

Ding, T. Z., H. W. Yuan, S. Geng, Y. S. Lin, and P. F. Lee. 2005. Energy, body size, and diversity in relation to bird species richness along an elevational in Taiwan. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:299-306. (SCI)

Lee, P. F., I. C. Chen, and W. N. Tzeng. 2005. Spatial and temporal distribution pattern of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) in the Indian Ocean. Zoological Studies 44:260-270. (SCI)

Shiu, H. J., T. S. Ding, J. E. Sheu, R. S. Lin, C. N. Koh, and P. F. Lee. 2005. Morphological characters of bird species in Taiwan. Taiwania 50(2):80-92.

Yuan, H. W., S. F. Shen, and P. F. Lee. 2005. Group size effect and parental investment strategies during incubation in joint-nesting Taiwan Yuhinas. Wilson Bulletin 117(3):306-312. (SCI)

Wu, M. J., S. F. Huang, T. C. Huang, P. F. Lee, and T. P. Lin. 2005. Evolution of the Euphrasia transmorrisonensis complex (Orobanchaceae) in alpine areas of Taiwan. Journal of Biogeography 32: 1921-1929. (SCI)

Lee, P. F., S. F. Shen, T. Z. Ding, C. R. Chiu, and H. W. Yuan. 2005. Habitat selection of the cooperative breeding Taiwan Yuhina (Yuhina brunneiceps) in a fragmented forest habitat. Zoological Studies 44:497-504. (SCI)

Chang, C. R., P. F. Lee, M. L. Bai, and T. T. Lin. 2006. Identifying the scale threshold for field data extrapolation via spatial analysis of landscape gradients. Ecosystems 9:200-214. (SCI)

Lee, P. F., K. Y. Lue, and S. H. Wu. 2006. Predictive distribution of Hynobiid salamanders in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 45:244-254. (SCI)

Ding, T. Z., H. W. Yuan, S. Geng, C. N. Koh, and P. F. Lee*. 2006. Macro-scale bird species richness patterns of the East Asian mainland and islands: Energy, area and isolation. Journal of Biogeography 33:683-693. (SCI)

Koh, C. N., P. F. Lee, and R. S. Lin. 2006. Bird species richness patterns of northern Taiwan: primary productivity, human population density, and habitat heterogeneity. Diversity and Distribution 12:546-554. (SCI)

Koh, C. N., P. F. Lee, and S. H. Wu.  2006. Does the distribution of breeding bird species richness in Taiwan follow the mid-domain effect? Taiwania 51(2):108-116.

Lin, R. S. and P. F. Lee. 2006. The status of feral populations of exotic White Cockatoos (genus Cacatua) in Taiwan. Taiwania 51(3):188-194.

Lin, R. S., P. F. Lee, T. S. Ding, and Y. K. Lin. 2007. Effectiveness of playbacks in censusing the Fairy Pitta (Pitta nympha) during the breeding season.  Zoological Studies 46: (SCI)

Lin, R. S., C. T. Yao, and P. F. Lee*. 2007. The diet of Fairy Pitta Pitta nympha nestlings in Taiwan as revealed by videotaping.  Zoological Studies 46: (SCI)

Courses offered
205 30700 Ecology
205 30800 Ecology Lab.
205 36800 Computer applications in biology
205 24000 Bioinfomatics
225 U2440 Statistical ecology
225 U2450 Ecological methodlogy
225 U2510 Ecological applications of remote sensing
225 U2540 Data analysis
225 U2730 Ecological data analysis
225 U3170 Ecological applications of GIS
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