Wen Lin is a PhD student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, North Carolina State University. She is workingon the project “Integrating research, education and extension for enhancing southern pine climate change mitigation and adaptation” from the US Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (USDA-AFRI). Her research focuses on analyzing 13C- and 18O-based water use efficiency data collected from different loblolly pine genotypes throughout southern USA, as well as conducting and analyzing soil respiration data from a subset of sites in the northern subregion of the study area.
Career goal: a scientist of forest ecology
Previous degrees: BS in Biotechnology from Sichuan University, China; MS in Ecology from Sichuan University, China, MS in Forestry, Virginia Tech
Other interests/activities: hiking, reading, and trying out new things.