IoE Rough Cut Seminar - Dr. HongYi Li
- Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 126 - view map
Dr. HongYi Li will give a talk titled "Understanding Water-Energy-Ecology Nexus From An Earth-Human System Perspective" on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at noon in Barnard Hall room 126.
Dr. HongYi Li is an Associate Professor in the Land Resources and Environmental Sciences department at MSU. His research interests include hydrological and biogeochemical modeling and analysis at the watershed and larger scales in view of land as hierarchical watersheds and river systems with intertwined natural and societal functions. Specific interests include developing novel modeling and data analysis tools to understand lateral transport of water, energy and biogeochemistry fluxes across land surface and through river systems under climate and human-induced changes and pursuing the understanding and representing of two-way interactions and feedbacks between Human and Earth Systems within the climate-water-energy-environment nexus. To learn more about HongYi, visit here.