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Yuting is a Ph.D. student at Xiamen University, China. His research interests include Transboundary Marine Spatial Planning, the formulation and evaluation of Marine Spatial Planning schemes, public participation and stakeholder engagement in marine governance, and also marine rare species conservation. Yuting decided to turn his research to integrating scientific data to marine governance after earning his Master’s Degree in marine chemistry. He has participated in several research projects at institutions like the Coastal and Ocean Management Institute, the Fujian Institute for Sustainable Oceans, the China Oceanic Development Foundation, and PEMSEA. He is currently working with Dr. Wesley Flannery and the topic is about the comparative study of Marine Spatial Planning between China and the UK.
Hou, Y.T., Xue, X.Z., Liu, C., Xin, F., Lin, Y.H., Wang, S., 2022. Marine Spatial Planning Scheme evaluation based on the conflict analysis system - A case study in Xiamen, China. Ocean & Coastal Management, 221:106119.
Hou, Y.T., Xu, Y.D., Xue, X.Z., 2021. The Evolvement of ICM Practices in Xiamen: Experiences and Challenges. Coastal Management, 49(2):1-24.
Wang, Q., Liu, C., Hou, Y. T., Xin, F., Mao, Z., Xue, X. Z., 2022. Study of the spatio-temporal variation of environmental sustainability at national and provincial levels in China. Science of the Total Environment, 807: 150830.
Liu C., Yang, M.H., Hou, Y.T., Xue, X.Z., 2021. Spatiotemporal evolution of island ecological quality under different urban densities: A comparative analysis of Xiamen and Kinmen Islands, southeast China. Ecological Indicators, 124: 107438.
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