Ph.D., P. Ag
Analyst, Carbon modelling and Forest Inventory, Forest Analysis and Inventory Branch, Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations
Victoria, BC V8W 9C2
Dr. Li’s education and training are in forest ecology, landscape ecology, GIS and ecosystem modelling. He has worked on several projects focused on investigating landscape heterogeneity and complexity, mechanisms of pattern-process, disturbance impacts on ecosystem processes and functions, ecosystem adaptation and resilience, ecosystem mapping and three dimensional results visualization, and balancing landscape multiple values and services in multi-dimensional decision space for policy implications at different temporal and spatial scales. His research covers: effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on forest ecosystem carbon cycling; climate change and ecosystem resilience; GIS applications in landscape ecology; remote sensing and environments; mechanisms of ecosystem processes, functions, and environments; ecosystem modeling.