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Hongbo Yang is a PhD student in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability. His broad research interest is in the field of sustainability science. His PhD research focuses on integrating techniques from multiple disciplines (e.g., environmental economics, remote sensing and system modeling) to study complex effects of telecoupling processes (e.g., payment for ecosystem services programs, tourism and labor migration) on the coupled human and nature systems of Wolong Nature Reserve.
|Divergent responses of sympatric species to livestock encroachment at fine spatiotemporal scales||Biological Conservation||2017|
|Effects of conservation policy on China’s forest recovery||Science Advances||2016|
|Multiple telecouplings and their complex interrelationships||Ecology and Society||2015|
|Activity patterns of the giant panda||Journal of Mammology||2015|