Hongjun Wang
Research Scientist, Senior

My research focuses on C,N,P biogeochemical cycles and the related ecological processes in wetlands, how these key elements dynamically respond to climate change, and how we can use the biogeochemical features to improve the ecological resilience and resistance to climate change and human disturbance, thus mitigating environmental challenges. I also expand my basic research in peatlands to degraded farms and put the resilient mechanism in practice to improve sustainable food, water and agriculture for a brighter and healthier future.

Current Research Interests

My research focuses on C,N,P biogeochemical cycles and the related ecological processes in wetlands, how these key elements dynamically respond to climate change, and how we can use the biogeochemical features to improve the ecological resilience and resistance to climate change and human disturbance, thus mitigating environmental challenges. I also expand my basic research in peatlands to degraded farms and put the resilient mechanism in practice to improve sustainable food, water and agriculture for a brighter and healthier future.

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