Dr Meili Feng is a river scientist who has been working on freshwater ecology and river hydrology for many years. She obtained a Joint PhD in River Science at the University of Trento and Freie Universität Berlin, under the Erasmus Mundus SMART programme. She has been in academia since 2017 and devoted herself to hydropower impacts and river ecology studies. She is undertaking research projects supported by the National Science Foundation China as the principle investigator and joint other projects as CIs.
Her special interests are focused on the hydropower impacts on river systems, including the connectivity fragmentation induced by impoundment, the loss of freshwater habitat below hydropower dams, specially influence from the hydropeaking and thermopeaking, and also water quality studies in rivers and lakes.
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