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University of Hawaii - Manoa - assistant professor of ecohydrology
Ph.D. Biological Resources Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park
M.S. Bioenvironmental System Engineering, National Taiwan University
B.S. Agricultural Engineering, National Taiwan University
Yin-Phan Tsang is interested in linking surface hydrology with aquatic ecosystems and investigating physical processes that would reflect impact by climate and landuse changes. Her current projects include:
- U.S. Geological Survey, National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center funded project: "Managing the Nation Fish Habitat at Multiple Spatial Scales in a Rapidly Changing Climate."
- U.S. Department of the Interior, Northeast Climate Science Center funded project: "A Stream Temperature Inventory Network and Decision Support Metadata Mapper - Evaluating the resources to Understanding Climate Change effects on streams in New England and the Great Lakes States."
- U.S. Geological Survey, National Gap Analysis Program funded project: "Aquatic GAP Program: Developing data and approaches to support conservation of aquatic ecosystems across the Nation."
Watershed Hydrology, Hydrological Modeling, Ecological and Ecosystem Modeling, Landscape Ecology
|New road for telecoupling global prosperity and ecological sustainability||Ecosystem Health and Sustainability||2016|
|Characterizing coal and mineral mines as a regional source of stress to stream fish assemblages||Ecological Indicators||2014|
|An approach for aggregating upstream catchment information to support research and management of fluvial systems across large landscapes||Springer Plus||2014|