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Xiangbo Yin

xiangbo.yin@uqat.ca
As a new doctoral student, I am interested in any problems about ecology, especially bryoecology and microbial ecology. There are many places I have been to for collecting samples, including Thailand, Malaysia, Korea and most parts of China. I enjoy studying anything about botany.

Recently, my project is determining the footprint of mines on plant diversity: integrating enigmatic impact and the mine life cycle.

Formation académique

  • Bachelor of Agriculture Facility of Science and Engineering − China Agriculture University (China)
  • Master of Botany − East China Normal University (China)

Projet de recherche

Determining the footprint of mines on plant diversity: integrating enigmatic impacts and the mine life cycle.

Rémi Boisvert, Xiangbo Yin, Nicole J. Fenton. Offsite effects of mining on the frequency and abundance of five understorey plant species in western québec (Canada) 2021. Botany 99:449-455
DOI : 10.1139/cjb-2020-0158    

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 Xiangbo Yin, Rémi Boisvert, Nicole J. Fenton, Christine Martineau. How big is the footprint? Quantifying offsite effects of mines on boreal plant communities.
23e colloque de la Chaire AFD. Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (2021-12-07)

 Xiangbo Yin, Rémi Boisvert, Christine Martineau, Nicole J. FentonThe off-site impacts of mining on plant diversity in boreal areas.
22e colloque de la Chaire AFD. Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, complètement virtuel (2020-12-02)

 Xiangbo Yin What are the potential environmental risks associated with the development of REE production in Canada?
Synthèse environnementale (2020-01-24)

 Xiangbo Yin Déterminer l'empreinte spatiale des mines sur la diversité végétale : intégrations des impacts énigmatiques et du cycle de vie des mines
projet thèse (2019-05-09)