Visiting Research Collaborator, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
PhD 2008, Environmental Sciences University of Virginia
MS 2004, Biology, UNC-Greensboro
BS 2001, Biology, HeBei University
Room: E209A Engineering Quad
Webpage: Princeton EcoHydrology Lab
Above is a rare photo of Lixin on vacation. However, you should not be deceived; he’s already half-way through writing a discussion section in his head. By the time you finish this sentence, Lixin will have already published it!
Lixin’s general research interests include studying spatial and temporal patterns of water and nitrogen availability in arid environments, and how vegetation adapts to and affects such patterns. Lixin is also taking the lead on our work using stable isotopes to partition evaporation and transpiration at landscape scales in dryland ecosystems.
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