Xingli’s research focuses on characterizing and mitigating anthropogenic impacts on the environment, particularly on tropical and freshwater systems. He combines field and experimental work with continental-scale environmental, biological and socioeconomic datasets to answer policy-relevant questions in conservation across multiple ecological and human systems, including the impact of climate change on stream fishes in the southern Appalachians, the impact of coal mining on the environment, and mapping land-cover/use change and their ecological impacts in Southeast Asia.
This event is part of the David Bradford Energy and Environmental Policy Seminar Series organized by the Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment (C-PREE) in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and co-sponsored by PEI. Giam’s talk also is co-sponsored by Princeton’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Center on Contemporary China.
This event is free to the public with an RSVP to Chuck Crosby.