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Yuting Zhou, Ph.D. Student, Research Assistant

Student in Earth Observation and Modeling Group,

Center for Spatial Analysis, Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology,

University of Oklahoma

101 David L. Boren Blvd.Norman, Oklahoma 73019, USA

Email: zhouyuting@ou.edu  

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Education

Ph.D. in Major, 2013-2017(expected), Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology

M.S. in Ecology, July 2013, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences

B.S. in Urban and Rural Planning & Resource Management, July 2006, Shandong University of Science and Technology

 

Professional Experience

2013 to Present, Research Assistant (work with Dr. Xiangming Xiao)

Center for Spatial Analysis, and Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology, University of Oklahoma, USA

2010 to 2013 Research Assistant (work with Dr. Zhenxi Shen)

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Science, China

 

Research interests

  • Land cover and land use change
  • Ecosystem modeling at large spatial scales
  • Ecosystem Response on Global Change and Anthropogenic Activities

 

Peer-reviewed journal publications

  • Zhou, Y.T., Fu, G., Shen, Z.X., Zhang, X.Z., Wu, J.S., 2012 Estimating model of aboveground biomass in the northern Tibet Plateau based on remote sensing date. Acta Prataculturae Sinica.22 (1): 120-129 (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Shen, Z.X., Zhang, X.Z., Zhou, Y.T., 2012 Response of soil microbial biomass to short-term experimental warming in alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau. Applied Soil Ecology. 61:158-160.
  • Fu, G., Shen Z.X., Zhang, X.Z., Zhou, Y.T., Zhang, Y.J., 2012 Response of microbial biomass to grazing in an alpine meadow along an elevation gradient on the Tibetan Plateau. European Journal of Soil Ecology.52:27-29.
  • Wu, J.S., Li, X.J., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang, X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,Yu, C.Q., Wang, J.S., Zhou, Y.T., 2012 Species diversity distribution pattern of alpine grasslands communities along a precipitation gradient across Northern Tibetan Plateau  Acta Prataculturae Sinica. 27(3): 17-25. (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang, X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,He, Y.T.,Zhang, Y.J., Sun, W.,Wu, J.S., Zhou, Y.T., PAN, X., 2012 Calibration of MODIS-based gross primary production over an alpine meadow on the Tibetan Plateau. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 38(2): 157-168.
  • Fu, G., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang,X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,He,Y.T., Sun, W., Wu, J.S., Zhou, Y.T., 2012 Modeling Light Use Efficiency of an Alpine Meadow on Northern Tibetan Plateau Using Evaporative Fraction and Air Temperature.  Journal of Natural Resources. 27(3): 450-459. (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Zhou, Y.T., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang, X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,He, Y.T.,Wu, J.S., 2010. Relationships between ecosystem respiration and environmental factors of alpine grazing meadows along an altitudinal gradient(4300~4700m). Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 19 (12): 2789-2794. (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang,X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,He, Y.T.,Wu, J.S., Zhou, Y.T., 2011. Modeling Soil Respiration of Alpine Meadow on the Northern Tibet Plateau Using MODIS and Climate Data.  Acta Agrestia Sinica. 19 (3):400-405. (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Zhou, Y.T., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang, X.Z., Wu, J.S.,2011. Relationships between Aboveground Biomass and Climate Factors on Alpine Meadow in Northern Tibet. Chinese Journal of Grassland .33(4): 31-36. (in Chinese with English Abstract).
  • Fu, G., Zhou, Y.T., Shen, Z.X.,Zhang, X.Z.,Shi, P.L.,He, Y.T.,Yu, G.R, Wu, J.S., 2011.Satellite-based modeling light use efficiency of alpine meadow along an altitudinal gradient. Acta Ecologica Sinica. 31(23): 6989-6998. (in Chinese with English Abstract).


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