DUWC Visiting Scholar Bolong Wen Ends Residency at Wetland Center


DUWC Visiting Scholar Bolong Wen presented a seminar on his research. Wetland Center Director Curt Richardson hosted the seminar and following reception. Dr. Wen returns home to China in early December.

DUWC Visiting Scholar Bolong Wen is returning home to China following his year-long residency at Duke University.

He is an Assistant Research Professor in the Key Laboratory of Wetland Ecology and Environment, Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Changchun, China. His research focuses on wetland science and ecological engineering, particularly wetland restoration and rational wetland use.

While in Durham, Dr. Wen worked on the Wetland Center's carbon restoration research project in the pocosin peat bogs of North Carolina and a related manuscript.

Before leaving, Dr. Wen presented a seminar about his wetland restoration work in China. A farewell reception followed the talk.

Wetland Center members gather to wish Bon Voyage to Visiting Scholar Bolong Wen as he prepares to return to China following his residency in Durham.

December 2, 2019