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Chen Ding

Assistant Professor of Forest Ecophysiology

Office: 4407

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PhD, University of Alberta, Canada, Forest biology and management, 2015
MS, University of British Columbia, Canada, Forestry, 2009
BS, Beijing Forestry University, China, Environmental Sciences, 2006

Expertise: Ding has expertise in quantitative genetics and tree physiology research, as well as the skill to integrate genomics in tree breeding and selection of commercial woody species.
Teaching Responsibilities: Forest tree physiology, Forest regeneration and seedling production
Research Interests: Ding's current research focuses on the growth and resilience improvement of trees using controlled experiments, genetic trials, and genomics data to improve reforestation success for social and ecological benefits.  He employs common garden trials to investigate various hypothesis about climate change adaptation, resistances to abiotic stresses, and biochar development.

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