Dr. Lo graduated in Forest and Natural Resource Management at the National Taiwan University, and obtained a PhD in Forest Ecology from the University of British Columbia (Canada). She is currently working as Research Associate at the Public University of Navarra (Spain). During her research, Dr. Lo has studied the influence of climate on tree growth and productivity, and developed and tested models to simulate the effects of climate change on tree productivity, combining the use of tree-ring records with field data on biogeochemical factors and tree distribution. At present, she is involved in several research lines studying the long-term influence of environmental factors on tree growth and forest development. She is also interested in the practical applications of forest ecology in restoration of altered forest plantations, and has co-edited books of forests and biodiversity published by InTech.