Bryant International Forum: Environmental Impact on the Silk Road

Dr. Qin Leng

Professor of Science and Technology

Bryant University

 

Since the Chinese Silk road spans a large distance, it is difficult to asses the environmnent and see how it has changed. Travelers along the Silk Road had to deal with mountains, deserts and in some cases oceans. 

Dr. Leng will address the following topics at the seminar:

· Geography, environment, and climate background of the Silk Road

· Change of climate and their impact on the Silk Road

· Ongoing environmental research along the Silk Road

Professor Qin Leng teaches biology and environmental science courses at Bryant University. Her research on plant science and climate change has taken her around the globe with collaborations in China, Japan, Sweden, Austria, and United States. She has authored/co-authored over fifty peer reviewed scientific journal articles, books, and book chapters, and currently pursue a collaborative project on environmental changes along the Silk Road.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Colleen Balk cbalk@bryant.edu 

Wednesday, October 4 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Bello Center Grand Hall

Event Type

Multicultural/International, Academic

Sponsor

U.S. China Institute

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