Ying Tang

Ying Tang

Research associate

Education:

2015

Ph.D. Geography

Michigan State University

 

2011

M. S. Geography

Michigan State University 

 

2010

B. S. Environmental Sciences 

Zhejiang University  

 

Bio:

Improve the understanding of the impact of climate change on nature reserves at multiple scales, including biodiversity change, habitat fragmentation, & connectivity

Derive, manage, and share various downscaled/bias-corrected climate scenarios

Use species distribution models to understand current species distributions and project future species distributions

Assess the influence of extreme climate conditions on species distributions

Evaluate the uncertainty introduced by climate data source, scale, sampling technique, and predictor choice on the modeling of current and future species distributions

Assess the influence of climate on food security and the potential trade-off with conservation

Develop new methods and generate new data for ecological studies  

 Publications