Dr Sen Li
Sen joined the Environmental Change Institute (ECI) in May 2014, as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant within the Biodiversity and Climate Adaptation theme. He is involved in two European-funded projects: OPENNESS and IMPRESSIONS. His research interests include environmental modelling, agent-based modelling, geographical information sciences/systems (GIS), medical geography (or spatial epidemiology) and geospatial semantic web services.
Sen earned his PhD. in Medical Geography from Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium), M.Sc. in GIS from the University of Edinburgh (UK) and B.Sc. in GIS from Sun Yat-sen University (P.R. China). Prior to joining the ECI, he was an Aspirant research fellow at the National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS) and Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium.
- Li, S., Juhasz-Horvaith, L., Harrison, P., Pinter, L. and Rounsevell, M. (2017) Relating farmer's perceptions of climate change risk to adaptation behaviour in Hungary. Journal of Environmental Management, 185: 21-30.
- Li, S., Juhász-Horváth, L., Pedde, S., Pinter, L., Rounsevell, M.D.A., Harrison, P.A. (2017) Integrated modelling of urban spatial development under uncertain climate futures: A case study in Hungary. Environmental Modelling and Software, 96: 251-264.
- Smith, A.C., Harrison, P.A., Pérez Soba, M., Archaux, F., Blicharska, M., Egoh, B.N., Eros, T., Fabrega Domenech, N., György, A.I., Haines-Young, R., Li, S., Lommelen, E., Meiresonne, L., Miguel Ayala, L., Mononen, L., Simpson, G., Stange, E., Turkelboom, F., Uiterwijk, M., Veerkamp, C.J. and Wyllie de Echeverria, V. (2017) How natural capital delivers ecosystem services: A typology derived from a systematic review. Ecosystem Services, 26: 111-126.
- Haslett, R., Garcia-Llorente, M., Harrison, P., Li, S. and Berry, P. (2016) Offshore renewable energy and nature conservation: the case of marine tidal turbines in Northern Ireland. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26(310): 1-20.
- Li, S., Colson, V., Lejeune, P. and Vanwambeke, S.O. (2016) On the distance travelled for woodland leisure via different transport modes in Wallonia, south Belgium. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 15: 123-132.
- Li, S., Gilbert, L., Harrison, P.A. and Rounsevell, M.D.A. (2016) Modelling the seasonality of Lyme disease risk and the potential impacts of a warming climate within the heterogeneous landscapes of Scotland. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13.
- Li, S., Juhasz-Horvath, L., Harrison, P., Pinter, L. and Rounsevell, M. (2016) Mapping population and age structure in Hungary: A residential preference and age dependency approach to disaggregate census data. Journal of Maps, 12(S1): 560-569.
- Vanwambeke, S.O., Li, S. and Hartemink, N. (2016) A resource-based habitat concept for tick-borne diseases. In, Braks, M.A.H., van Wieren, S.E., Takken, W. and Sprong, H. (eds.) Ecology of Borrelia burgdorferi, and the prevention of Lyme borreliosis. Wageningen Academic Publishers. pp. 205-216.
- Li, S. and Mackaness, W.A. (2015) A multi-agent based, semantic driven system for decision support in epidemic management. Health Informatics Journal, 21(3): 195-208.
- Li, S., Colson, V., Lejeune, P., Speybroeck, N. and Vanwambeke, S.O. (2015) Agent-based modelling of the spatial pattern of leisure visitation in forests: A case study in Wallonia, south Belgium. Environmental Modelling and Software, 71: 111-125.
- Li, S., Hartemink, N., Speybroeck, N. and Vanwambeke, S.O. (2012) Consequences of landscape fragmentation on Lyme disease risk: a cellular automata approach. PLoS ONE, 7(6).
- Li, S., Heyman, P., Cochez, C., Simons, L. and Vanwambeke, S.O. (2012) A multi-level analysis of the relationship between environmental factors and questing Ixodes ricinus dynamics in Belgium. Parasites and Vectors, 5(149).