Advisers: Kenneth Davis and David Eissenstat
PhD student , Department of Meteorology, Penn State University, In Progress
M.S., Institute of Atmospheric Physics - Urban Climate, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2013
B.S. , Department of Geography - RS, GIS, physical geography, Nanjing University, 2009
Hydrological and land surface modeling
Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Shale Hills in the Context of Shaver's Creek Watershed. Brantley Susan, White Timothy, West Nicole, Williams Jennifer, Forsythe Brandon, Shapich Dan, Kaye Jason, Lin Hangsheng (Henry), Shi Yuning, Kaye Margot, Herndon Elizabeth, Davis Kenneth, He Yuting, Eissenstat David, Weitzman Julie, DiBiase Roman, Li Li, Reed Warren, Brubaker Kristen, Gu Xin (2018): Vadose Zone Journal, 17:180092
The Effect of Lithology and Agriculture at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Li Li, DiBiase Roman A., Del Vecchio Joanmarie, Marcon Virginia, Hoagland Beth, Xiao Dacheng, Wayman Callum, Tang Qicheng, He Yuting, Silverhart Perri, Szink Ismaiel, Forsythe Brandon, Williams Jennifer Z., Shapich Dan, Mount Gregory J., Kaye Jason, Guo Li, Lin Henry, Eissenstat David, Dere Ashlee, Brubaker Kristen, Kaye Margot, Davis Kenneth J., Russo Tess A., Brantley Susan L. (2018): Vadose Zone Journal, 17:180063
Using a spatially-distributed hydrologic biogeochemistry model with a nitrogen transport module to study the spatial variation of carbon processes in a Critical Zone Observatory. Shi, Y., Eissenstat, D.M., He, Y., and Davis, K.J. (2018): Ecological Modelling, 380:8-21
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Using a spatially-distributed hydrologic biogeochemistry model with nitrogen transport to study the spatial variation of carbon stocks and fluxes in a Critical Zone Observatory. Shi, Y., Eissenstat, D.M., He, Y., and Davis, K.J. (2017): 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec
Investigating the Effects of Soil Moisture on Net Ecosystem Exchange in Shale Hills. Griffiths, Z.G., Davis, K.J., and He, Y. (2016): 2016 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, 12-16 Dec.
Using a spatially-distributed hydrologic biogeochemistry model to study the spatial variation of carbon processes in a Critical Zone Observatory. Shi, Y., Eissenstat, D.M., Davis, K.J., and He, Y. (2016): 2016 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, 12-16 Dec.
Model-data synthesis of the carbon and water cycles at very high resolution in complex topography. Kenneth Davis, Chris Duffy, David Eissenstat, Yuning Shi, Susan Brantley, Yuting He, Jason Kaye, Margot Kaye, Henry Lin, Andrew Neal, Xuan Yu, Fuqing Zhang (2014): AmeriFlux Annual Meeting, May 4-5, 2014
H43G-1032 Exploring the Influence of Topography on Belowground C Processes Using a Coupled Hydrologic-Biogeochemical Model . Yuning Shi • Kenneth Davis • David Eissenstat • Jason Kaye • Christopher Duffy • Xuan Yu • Yuting He (2014): 2014 AGU Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec 15-19th
09 Sep 2016 - To further their knowledge in critical zone research, a delegation of geologists from the China Geological Survey (CGS) and students from the China...
04 Aug 2016 - A cohort of twenty international graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career faculty spent five days at Penn State for an intense,...
26 May 2016 - The Penn State Integrated Hydrologic Model (PIHM) developer workshop aimed to help developers understand the PIHM code and learn how to contribute...
16 May 2016 - Jorden Hayes (Southern Sierra CZO) was an invited speaker and visitor to the Shale Hills CZO All-Hands meeting in May 2016
13 May 2015 - The annual SSHCZO All Hands meeting featured Dr. Dorothy Merritts, Harry W. and Mary B. Huffnagle Professor of Geosciences and Chair of the...