Qing Ying

Qing Ying

Graduate Student


Thesis Title:
Global bare ground gain between 2000 and 2012 and the relationship with socioeconomic development

I joined the GLAD lab in 2014 where I started my dissertation research on detecting and characterizing the dynamics of global bare ground change. It didn’t take much time that I fell in love with this group given the inspiring advice and practical support I received and the friendly environment and productive collaborations in the group. My research interests are land cover and land use change, remote sensing, urbanization, forestry and terrestrial carbon sequestration.

Projects: Graduate Researcher


2013.12 The Annual Conference of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco. Poster: Mapping forest plantations in Mainland China: Combining remote sensing and census data in a land transition model.

2012.02 The Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, New York City. Oral presentation: Perspective on Afforestation Strategy in China toward IPCC-AR5.