Climate Change, Forest Ecology, Conservation
I'm a global change ecologist from Hong Kong. I'm currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Global Change Biology, the University of Michigan.
I study global change impacts on terrestrial ecosystems, focusing on the complex responses of species, communities, and forest ecosystems to rapidly changing climate at spatial and temporal scale with implications on global carbon cycles, species conservation, and forest sustainability.
My current projects involve terrestrial ecosystems in Tibetan Plateau, eastern North America and Southeast Asia. Find out more in Research and Publications!
PhD, Indiana University, 2017–2022
BSc, The University of Hong Kong, 2013–2017
Tsun Fung (Tom) Au 歐峻峰
Institute for Global Change Biology
School for Environment and Sustainability
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109
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