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Dr. Yi Zou (邹怡) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences at XJTLU. He is an ecologist and entomologist studying conservation biology, landscape ecology and ecosystem services in agricultural and forest ecosystems. He is particularly interested in how changing landscapes affect arthropod diversity, pollination and biological pest control services. His research interests also include how to effectively measure biodiversity at different dimensions by model simulation and empirical studies. Yi is an associate editor of Journal of Applied Ecology.

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Shanxing Gong

Shanxing Gong (2019- )


The impact of changing landscapes on arthropod diversity and biological pest control in agro-ecosystem

Xiaoyu Shi

Xiaoyu Shi (2018-2022)


The impact of agricultural landscape and pesticide exposure on pollinator community in small-holder agroecosystem in China

Maede Faghihinia

Maede Faghihinia (2017-2020)


Effects of long-term grazing intensity on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil carbon fluxes in a steppe ecosystem

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PhD Recruitment 博士生招聘

I am recruiting PhD candidates in the following areas:
  • Agricultural and Urban Landscape Ecology
  • Arthropod Diversity and Ecosystem Services (Pollination & Biocontrol)
  • Biodiversity Conservation Related Theoretical Ecology

Please contact me if you are interested.

  • 农业与城市景观生态学
  • 节肢动物多样性和生态系统服务(授粉和控害)
  • 生物多样性保护相关的理论生态学


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Title: Data analysis with R language - an introduction

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R is the most popular language in Data Science that has been widely used in industry, business and scientific researches. This workshop will provide a general introduction of R language. After the workshop, you will learn how to run R, how do some basic analysis, and how to write your own function. We hope you will start and enjoy your data analysis journey.


  • Introduction, reading data, basic mathematics and statistics
  • Write your own function
  • Practice



Date and Time: 09 Nov 2022, 14:00 -15:30

Location: ES211

Mode: onsite and online

Online link: TBD after registration

Registration: Internal (for XJTLU staff and students), External

For more details please see XJTLU Library Newsletter


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