Prof. Dr. Guibing Zhu


Academic positionFull Professor
Research fieldsMicrobial Ecology and Applied Microbiology,Ecology and Biodiversity of Plants and Ecosystems
KeywordsAnaerobic ammonium oxidation, Microbial nitrogen Cycle, Biogeochemistry, Global scale

Current contact address

CountryPeople's Republic of China
InstitutionChinese Academy of Sciences
InstituteState Key Laboratory of Environmental Aquatic Quality

Host during sponsorship

Prof. Dr. Marcel KuypersAbteilung Biogeochemie, Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen
Start of initial sponsorship01/08/2014


2013Humboldt Research Fellowship Programme for Experienced Researchers

Publications (partial selection)

2015Wang Shanyun; Peng Yongzhen*; Ma Bin; Wang Shuying; Zhu Guibing: Anaerobic ammonium oxidation in traditional municipal wastewater treatment plants with low-strength ammonium loading: Widespread but overlooked. In: Water Research, 2015, 66-75
2015Zhu Guibing*; Zhou Leiliu; Wang Yu; Wang Shanyun; Guo Jianhua; Long Xien; Jiang Bo; Hou Qiaoyun; Jetten Mike.S.M; Yin Chengqing: Biogeographical distribution of denitrifying anaerobic methane oxidizing bacteria in Chinese wetland ecosystems. In: Environmental microbiology reports, 2015, 128-138
2015Zhu Guibing*, Xia Chao, Wang Shanyun, Zhou Leiliu, Liu Lu, Zhao Siyan: Occurrence, activity and contribution of anammox in some freshwater extreme environments. In: Environmental Microbiology Reports, 2015, 961-969
2015Zhou Leiliu; Wang Shanyun; Zou Yuxuan; Xia Chao; Zhu Guibing*: Species, abundance and function of ammonia-oxidizing archaea in inland waters across China. In: Scientic Reports, 2015,
2015Zhu Guibing*; Wang Shanyun; Zhou Leiliu; Wang Yu; Zhao Siyan; Xia Chao; Wang Wedong; Zhou Rong; Wang Chaoxu; Jetten Mike.S.M: Ubiquitous anaerobic ammonium oxidation in inland waters of China: an overlooked nitrous oxide mitigation process. In: Scientific Reports, 2015,
2014Zhou Leiliu; Wang Yu; Long Xien; Guo Jianhua; Zhu Guibing*: High abundance and diversity of nitrite-dependent anaerobic methane-oxidizing bacteria in a paddy field profile. In: FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS, 2014, 33-41