Associate Professor Chen, Chao-Chieh Ecology Lab, N929)
PhD, Louisiana State University, U.S.A.
Courses Offered:
Introduction of Biodiversity, Ornithology, Experimental Designs, Ecological Interpretation
Ornithology, Behavioral Ecology, Community Ecology
Academic Interests:
Mixed-species bird flocks
Avian foraging behavior
Bird migration

  1. 陳炤杰*、陳家平,2013,四種秋過境鷺科鳥類在龍鑾潭地區之覓食棲地利用,國家公園學報 23: 49-58
  2. Hong, S.-Y., Y.-H. Sun, H.-J. Wu, and C.-C. Chen*. 2013. Spatial distribution of the Tawny Fish Owl Ketupa flavipes shaped by natural and man-made factors in Taiwan. Forktail 29: 48-51. (SCI) 
  3. Shieh, B.-S.*, S.-H. Liang, H.-W. Yuan, and C.-C. Chen. 2013. Experimental evidence that distinct song phrases in the Grey-cheeked Fulvetta Alcippe morrisonia permit species and local dialect recognition. Ibis 155(1): 32-41. (SCI) 
  4. Sridhar, H., U. Srinivasan, R. A. Askins, J. C. C. Delgadillo, C.-C. Chen, D. N. Ewert, G. A. Gale, E. Goodale, W. K. Gram, P. J. Hart, K. A. Hobson, R. L. Hutto, S. W. Kotagama, J. Knowlton, T. M. Lee, C. A. Munn, S. Nimnuan, B.Z. Nizam, G. Péron, V. V. Robin, A. D. Rodewald, P. G. Rodewald, R. L. Thomson, P. Trivedi, S. L. Van Wilgenburg, and K. Shanker*. 2012. Positive relationships between association strength and phenotypic similarity characterize the assembly of mixed-species bird flocks globally. American Naturalist 180(6): 777-790. (SCI) 
  5. Chen, C.-C., Y.-H. Sun, Y.-H. Huang, and L.-S. Chou*. 2012. Microhabitat partitioning of frugivorous birds: exploration by a multiple correspondence analysis. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 27(1): 31-40. (EI) 
  6. Hsieh, F., and C.-C. Chen*. 2011. Does niche-overlap facilitate mixed-species flocking in birds? Journal of Ornithology 152: 955-963. (SCI) 
  7. Chen, C.-C., P.-J. Chiang*, B.-S. Shieh, and C.-C. Lin. 2011. Diurnal timing of bird surveys using an acoustic monitoring system in the Shan-Ping Forest Ecological Garden. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 26(4): 301-309. (EI) 
  8. Chen, C.-C.*, H.-Y. Wu, T.-T. Liu, and B.-S. Shieh. 2011. Dominance rank and interference competition in foraging among six species of birds in a park in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 26(3): 221-232. (EI) 
  9. C.-C. Chen, W. C. Barrow, Jr.*, K. Ouchley, and R. B. Hamilton. 2011. Searching behavior of Neotropical migratory songbirds at Gulf Coast stopover sites in spring. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123: 347-359. (SCI) 
  10. Chen, C.-C., and L.-S. Chou*. 2011. Seasonal variation of foraging behavior due to diet change in the Grey-cheeked Fulvetta in northeastern Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 26(1): 33-43. (EI) 
  11. Chen, C.-C.*, and Y. Wang. 2010. Relationships between stream habitat and breeding territory length of the Brown Dipper (Cinclus pallasii) in Taiwan. Journal of Ornithology 151: 87-93. (SCI)
  12. Lee, P.-Y., L.-J. Wang, H.-C. Hsu, L.-S. Chou, and C.-C. Chen*. 2010. Habitat selection among nesting, foraging, and singing sites of the Gray-cheeked Fulvetta Alcippe morrisonia in northeastern Taiwan. Ornithological Science 9: 135-140. 
  13. Chen, C.-C., and L.-S. Chou*. 2008. Differences in foraging ecology between generalized and specialized frugivorous birds in Fushan Experimental Forest, Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 23: 233-242. (EI) 
  14. 陳炤杰、王穎*,2008,太魯閣國家公園五種高海拔森林鳥類對針葉樹之空間利用,特有生物研究 10: 1-12。 
  15. 盧惠敏、陳炤杰,2006,鳥類多樣性與地景多樣性研究-以屏東縣五溝村水圳地景為例,建築學報57: 123-141。 
  16. Chen, C.-C., and F.-S. Hsieh*. 2002. Composition and foraging behaviour of mixed-species flocks led by the Grey-cheeked Fulvetta in Fushan Experimental Forest, Taiwan. Ibis 144: 317-331. (SCI) 
  17. Barrow, W. C., Jr., C.-C. Chen, R. B. Hamilton, K. Ouchley, and T. J. Spengler. 2000. Disruption and restoration of en route habitat, a case study: the Chenier Plain. Studies in Avian Biology 20: 71-87. 
  18. 陳炤杰*、周蓮香,1999,福山試驗林森林鳥類之食性觀察,台灣林業科學 14: 275-287。 
  19. Chou, L.-S., C.-C. Chen, and S. Loh. 1998. Diet analysis of the Gray-cheeked Fulvetta (Alcippe morrisonia) at Fushan Experimental Forest in Taiwan. Acta Zoologica Taiwanica 9(1): 59-66
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