Xinyuan’s research focuses primarily on understanding the terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle with process-based earth system models. His work involves analyzing the effects of fire on the global terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle, investigating the interactions between climate extremes and the land-atmospheric carbon flux, modeling the land-to-ocean dissolved organic carbon flux.
UMaine & NASA to map carbon in forests!
Check out this article in Mainebiz about our new project with NASA and the Center for Research on Sustainable Forests to map forest carbon with spaceborne LiDAR!
A synthesis study of the terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycle at various temporal and spatial scales
This research includes analyzing the impacts of wildfires on the global terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle, assessing the patterns of biome carbon fluxes in response to droughts at different time scales, and estimating carbon fluxes with Terrestrial Ecosystem Model. This includes modeling the lateral dissolved organic carbon (DOC) flux into an earth system model. The lateral […]
State of Maine’s Carbon Budget, 2006-2016 (version 1.0)
Wheatland Lab members Xinyuan Wei & Dan Hayes contributed to the newly released State of Maine Carbon Budget.
Xinyuan Wei is a PhD candidate in the School of Forest Resources. His research is focused on (1) the impacts of wildfires on the global terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle, (2) the patterns of biome carbon fluxes in response to droughts at different time scales, (3) modeling the dissolved organic carbon flux, and (4) estimating carbon […]