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Office Phone: 517-432-5068
Ph.D (2008 - 2013 ), Michigan State University, USA
B.S. (2003 - 2007), Zhejiang University, China
My broad research interests are in the field of sustainability science. Currently, I am keenly interested in integrating multiple disciplines and techniques (e.g., ecology, socioeconomics, management, remote sensing, and system modeling) to study ecosystem services, human well-being, their linkages, and complexity in Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS). I also apply social psychological theories to understand the underlying mechanisms of conservation behaviors. I advocate for actionable science to shape policy making both for ecosystem services and human well-being.
Specialization: Common-pool resources management; Environmental science and policy; Ecological economics; Conservation biology; Structural equation modeling; Spatial modeling;
Language & Programming skills: Proficiency in Chinese and English; Proficiency in statistical software of STATA, R, and Mplus, spatial analysis software of ArcGIS and ERDAS, and programming language of Python.
Michigan State University
|Integrated assessments of payments for ecosystem services programs||PNAS||2013|
|Performance and prospects of payments for ecosystem services programs: Evidence from China||Journal of Environmental Management||2013|
|Nonlinear effects of group size on collective action and resource outcomes||PNAS||2013|
|Going Beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: An Index System of Human Well-Being||PLoS One||2013|
|Going Beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: An Index System of Human Dependence on Ecosystem Services||PLoS One||2013|
|Evaluation of Ecosystem Service Policies from Biophysical and Social Perspectives: The Case of China||Encyclopedia of Biodiversity||2013|
|Effects of conservation policies on forest cover change in giant panda habitat regions, China||Land Use Policy||2013|
|Water Sustainability for China and Beyond||Science||2012|