Dr Wu, Jin 吳錦
Jin is a broadly trained environmental scientist. His research seeks to understand the fundamental mechanisms that regulate the structure, composition and function of terrestrial ecosystems. In particular, he is interested in how the abiotic environment mediates plant form, structure and function at finer scales, and how this "scales up" to influence high-level ecological patterns and processes. His approach is to develop state-of-the-art technology to enable accurate monitoring of plant form, structure and function on the one hand, and to use novel observations to help inform the fundamental mechanisms that link abiotic environment, species composition and ecosystem processes on the other hand. His research is thus interdisciplinary, which draws upon various fields including field ecology, ecosystem ecology, plant physiology ecology, climate science, vegetation spectroscopy and earth system science.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2019-10-01||Excellent Young Scholar Award (Hong Kong and Macau): National Natural Science Foundation of China||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|11/2021-present||Associate Editor||Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation|
|04/2021-present||Editorial Board Member||Land|
|08/2011-present||Member||The Ecological Society of America (ESA)|
|03/2018-present||Review Editorial Board||Frontiers in Forest and Global Change|
|11/2017-present||Editorial Board/Section Associate Editor||Remote Sensing|
|12/2012-present||Member||The American Geophysical Union (AGU)|
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