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Yang Guo graduated with an MSc degree in Global Environmental Change from the Beijing Normal University, China, in 2017. She is currently pursuing a four year Ph.D. in Environmental Science and is expected to complete this in 2021.
Guo’s Ph.D. project focus on the impacts of land-use changes, climate zones, forest types and ages on soil organic carbon and other soil quality indicators following afforestation, and simulation of greenhouse gas emission under different treatments from three typical rice field in China using the Daycent and DNDC models. She is supervised by Professor Pete Smith (University of Aberdeen) and Professor Paul Hallett (University of Aberdeen).
Guo is funded by the China Scholarship Council (CSC).
Soil organic carbon, Soil inorganic carbon, Land-use change, Afforestation, Cropland management, Greenhouse gas emission, Soil processes modeling.
Research Funding and Grants
2018: Obtained the Roy Lamb Grants by The University of Aberdeen
2017: Obtained funding from the China Scholarship Council for four years (2017-2021)
2017: Obtained Travel grant by The University of Aberdeen for three years (2017-2020)
2016: Obtained the academic national scholarship for Postgraduates in China
2019.01-2019.03: Tutor – Assisting with a level 3 and 4 undergraduate class entitled World of Food by leading one-hour sessions engaging students in discussions and group work. This also involved marking student’s course work
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