Graduate Assistant in Louisiana State University Agricultural Center
Yoga, Hiking, Photography, and Movie
I am interested in finding the survival mechanism of trees
Here is an abstract of my current project:
Key words: microtopography, hummock/hammock/tree island, forested wetland, saltwater stress, water stable isotope, baldcypress-tupelo swamp, water balance, eco-hydrology, precipitation-dominated wetland.
2009 Graduate Assistant, LSU AgCenter, USA
2007-2008 Research Assistant, Research Center for Biodiversity, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
2007 Executive Editor, Taiwan Environmental Information Association (TEIA).
2007 Assistant, National Red Imported Fire Ant Control Center, Taiwan
2005 -2006 Assistant Designer, Tai-gen Landscape Planning & Design Co., Ltd., Taiwan
2005 M.S. Forestry and Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University
2003 B.S. Forestry (Silviculture), National Taiwan University
2002 Summer Research Student, North Carolina State University
2002 Presidential Award, National Taiwan University
2009 Gilbert Foundation Fellowship
2009 Xi-Sigma-Pi Honor Society
2010 NPS George Melendez Wright Climate Change Fellowship
“Using Stable Carbon Isotope and Black Carbon to Infer Possible Major Vegetation Type Dynamics in Ta-Ta-Chia Area, Central Taiwan.” (2005) Master’s Thesis, National Taiwan University.
Y.H. Hsueh, B.T. Guan, M.K. Wang, P.N. Chiang, & S.T. Lin. 2006. Using Stable Carbon Isotope to Infer Possible Major Vegetation Type Dynamics at Ta-Ta-Chia, Central Taiwan. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry, 39(4): 449-458.
Y.H. Hsueh, Y.X. Lan, J.-W. Tsai, J.-T. Wu, W.-C. Liu, F.-P. Lin,H.-M. Chou, C.-Y. Chiu. 2010. Stratification and Mixing Regime of the Yuan-Yang Lake, Chi-Lan Shan, Taiwan. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry, 43(4):635-646.