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2019-8-7: Leading the Protection, Restoration and Development of the Yangtze River Economic Zone with the Innovation of Eco-technology TEXT SIZE: A A A

Title: Leading the Protection, Restoration and Development of the Yangtze River Economic Zone with the Innovation of Eco-technology 

Speaker: B. Larry Li

Time: 14:30, August 7, 2019

Location: Meeting room 1007, No. 12 building (Administration building) in Guanggu campus

B. Larry Li is Professor of Ecology and Directors of International Center for Ecology, and Sustainability, International Center for Arid Land Ecology, and U.S. Department of Agriculture-China MOST Joint Research Center for AgroEcology and Sustainability at University of California-Riverside with a broad interdisciplinary background and experience in mathematical, statistical and computational modeling applications in ecological and environmental studies, and sustainability sciences. He published more than 200 refereed journal articles (including in Nature, Science and PNAS), 30 book chapters and proceedings papers, and 8 books or edited special issues. Among his many honors and awards, he was elected to be Honorary Professor of Scientific Council, Russian Academy of Sciences (2005), IHE Fellow (1988), AAAS Fellow (2006), and “French University Professor” (2006). He is also Founding Editor-in-Chief of two international journals: Ecological Complexity (Elsevier) and Journal of Arid Land (Springer). He chaired and co-chaired the successful Beijing Eco Summit 2007 and Eco Summit 2012, Columbus, Ohio. He now presides EcoSummit Foundation.


 

Title: Watershed Sediment Dynamics 

Speaker: Andrew Gray

Time: 15:30, August 7, 2019

Location: Meeting room 1007, No. 12 building (Administration building) in Guanggu campus

Dr. Andrew Gray is an Assistant Professor of Watershed Hydrology at the University of California, Riverside in the Department of Environmental Sciences, USA. He completed his doctoral work in Hydrologic Sciences at the University of California, Davis where he focused on fluvial sediment dynamics in small mountainous rivers. At UCR, Dr. Gray has built a research group to investigate the roles of fluvial sediments in determining water quality and fluvial geomorphology, with particular interest in post-wildfire sediment dynamics, coastal sedimentology, sediment source investigation, and microplastic pollution.


 

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