2004-2008, Wuhan University 2008-2011, Chinese Academy of Sciences 2011-2016, University of Waterloo
Yue was a research associate in CSIS on the NSF project that explores complex dynamics of telecoupled human and natural systems. Having been fascinated by the complexity of coupled human-natural systems since her senior year in undergrad, Yue accumulated 10+ years of experience in GIS and RS applications, land use models (particularly CLUE-S and ABM), and sustainability.
She is constructing an agent-based model to represent the soybean trade between Brazil and China, which will serve as a tool to help us understand and analyze telecoupling interactions and their impacts on sustainability.
During her PhD project, Yue investigated the resilience of vulnerable communities in less-developed areas (i.e., the Caboclo communities in the Brazilian Amazon delta) by quantitative methods and agent-based modeling. Besides research, Yue lectured Principles of GIS science, a major undergrad course in the University of Waterloo.
EARTH INTERACTIONS - Complex effects of telecouplings on forest dynamics: an agent-based modeling approach
Published on January 1, 2022
Published on April 13, 2021
Published on February 24, 2020
Published on February 20, 2020
Published on January 31, 2020
JOURNAL OF LAND USE SCIENCE - Land-use changes across distant places: design of a telecoupled agent-based model
Published on November 18, 2019
Eco-certification protocols as mechanisms to foster sustainable environmental practices in telecoupled systems
Published on May 20, 2019
Published on May 7, 2019