2010-2013: PhD
Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
Advisor: Dr. Eric F. Wood

2008-2010: Master of Art
Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
Advisor: Dr. Eric F. Wood

2004-2008: Bachelor of Science
Geography, Geoinformatics, Nanjing University
(with honor, GPA rank: 1/156)

Professional Experience:
2016-Present: Assistant Professor (NRES)
Blue Waters Professor (NCSA)
Affiliated Professor (CEE, Crop Sciences, Geography)
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

2015-2016: Quantitative Researcher
The Climate Corporation

2013-2015: Postdoc Scholar
Earth System Science, Stanford University
Supervisor: Dr. David Lobell, Dr. Joe Berry

Selected Academic Awards:

2019, NSF CAREER Award, NSF

AGU Global Environmental Change Early Career Award, American Geophysical Union (AGU)

2017/2019, Excellent Ranking Teacher
, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

2016, NASA New Investigator Award, NASA

2016, Blue Waters Professorship, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, UIUC

2012, NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF), NASA

2012, Walbridge Fund Graduate Award, Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University

2012, Best Student Paper Award, Phenology 2012 Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2010, CUAHSI Pathfinnder Fellowship, Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI)

2007, National Undergraduate Scholarship (within 1%), Ministry of Education, China

2006, Pan Xueping Scholarship (within 1%), Nanjing University, China

2007, Best Student Paper Award (2nd), 15th International Conference on Geoinformatics, Nanjing, China

Email: kaiyuguan AT gmail DOT com;
              kaiyug AT illinois DOT edu.

Mail address:
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
W503, Turner Hall, 1102 S. Goodwin
Urbana, Illinois 61801

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Kaiyu Guan (管开宇)
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

I  am a Blue Waters Assistant Professor in ecohydrology and remote sensing in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES), College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). I use satellite data, computational models, field work, and machine learning approaches to address how climate and human practices affect crop productivity, water resource availability, and ecosystem functioning. I have keen interests in applying my knowledge and skills in solving real-life problems, such as large-scale crop monitoring and forecasting, water management and sustainability, and global food security. My lab closely works with scientists in computer science (deep learning, high performance computing), plant physiologists, agronomists, and economists in addressing the above real-life challenges.

Mission Statement: We aim to bring the domain knowledge, satellite data, supercomputing, and machine learning together to revolutionize the agricultural research, such that we can observe every crop field in real-time, monitor crop growth condition & water demands & nutrient needs, forecast crop yield and risks, and provide farmers our solutions to best manage their fields, across the U.S. Corn Belt and Worldwide. We strive to achieve co-sustainability of environment quality and food security.

Recent News:
Aug 2018: R&D Magazine covers a story of our recent work in satellite crop applications.
Sep 2018: Our algorithm predicts US end-of-season corn yield better than the USDA forecasts.
Nov 2018: Highlighted in the NCSA's exhibits in SC18.
Dec 2018: 
AGU Global Environmental Change Early Career Award (UIUC ACES, UIUC NCSA).
Jan 2019: NCSA "Can you imagine" interview.
Mar 2019: Our T-FACE project has been chosen to represent U. of I. in the SoAR Foundation's report of Retaking the Field: Science Breakthroughs for Thriving Farms and a Healthier Nation
Apr 2019: Prof. Peng and my lab are awarded Amazon "Earth on AWS" Research Award. Kudos goes to the PhD student Adam Stewart.

I have plans to recruit highly motivated PhD students and postdocs with full supports in the coming years in the area of "hydrolgoical and/or biogeochemical modeling" and "vegetation hyperspectral sensing". Please contact me with your CV and research ideas. PhD student positions are available all years around: *HERE*. A new postdoc position is available right now: *HERE*.

Short Bio: Before I joined UIUC, I was a post-doctoral scholar working with
Prof. David Lobell in the Center on Food Security and the Environment and Department of Environmental Earth System Science, Stanford University. My postdoc research was to study climate change impacts and adaptations on crop production and food security in West African and US. Specifically, I used empirical and process-based approaches to model drought and heat stress effects on staple crop production and assess possible adaptation pathways. I also worked with Dr. Joe Berry on using satellite-based photosynthesis measurements (sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence) to quantify crop productivity. I briefly worked in the Climate Corporation to help their nitrogen modeling development between my Stanford and UIUC time.
I got my PhD from Princeton University in 2013, and I worked with Prof. Eric F. Wood in the Land Surface Hydrology Research Group. I also closely worked with Prof. Kelly K. Caylor and Prof. David Medvigy. My PhD research focused on understanding how hydrological variability impacts vegetation dynamics (vegetation phenology, ecosystem productivity, and biome distributions) at the continent scale of tropics using multiple remote sensing datasets and ecosystem/land surface models (e.g. SEIB and VIC). 

Research Interests:
Ecohydrology, Terrestrial Remote Sensing Applications (optical/thermal/microwave), Crop Modeling and Forecasting, Agriculture Adaptation to Climate Change, Vegetation Dynamic Modeling, Biogeography, Drought, Vegetation Phenology, Tropical Ecology

Peer-Reviewed Publications: (Google Scholar)

(* indicates corresponding authorship, bold italics underline indicates postdocs or students mentored by Guan)

Published, In Press, and Accepted
[56] Li, Y.*, Guan, K.*, Schnitkey, G., DeLucia, E., & Peng, B. (2019) "Excessive rainfall leads to considerable yield loss as drought for corn in the US", Global Change Biology.

[55] Li, Y.*, Guan, K.* et al. (2019) "Towards building a transparent statistical model for improving crop yield prediction: Modeling rainfed corn in the U.S.", Field Crop Research, 234,55-66.

Cai, Y., Guan, K.*, Lobell, D., Potgieter, et al. (2019) "Integrating satellite and climate data to predict wheat yield in Australia using machine learning approaches",  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

[53] Felfelani, F., Pokhrel,Y., Guan, K., and Lawrence, D. M. (2018) "Utilizing SMAP Soil Moisture Data to Constrain Irrigation in the Community Land Model", Geophysical Research Letters.

[52] Peng, B.*, Guan, K.*, Pan, M., and Li, Y. (2018) "Benefits of seasonal climate prediction and satellite data for forecasting US maize yield", Geophysical Research Letters, 45.
Media: U of I ACES, AgWeb,, GrainCentral

[51] Xu, Z., Guan, K., Casler, N., Peng, B., and Wang, S.* (2018) "A 3D convolutional neural network method for land cover classification using LiDAR and multi-temporal Landsat imagery", ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 114, 423-434.

[50] Xia, Y., Ugarte C.M., Pentrak, M., Guan, K., and Wander, M.(2018) "Developing Near- and Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis Methods for Rapid Assessment of Soil Quality in Illinois", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 82(6), 1415-1427.

[49] Yang, X., Shi, H., Stovall, A., Guan, K., Miao, G., et al. (2018) "FluoSpec2 - An automated field spectroscopy system to monitor canopy solar-induced fluorescence", Sensors.

[48] Zeng, Z., Estes, L., Chen, A., Searchinger, T., Hua, F., Guan, K., and Wood, E. (2018) "Highland cropland expansion and forest loss in Southeast Asia in the 21st century", Nature Geoscience. 
Media: Princeton University

[47] Guan, K.*, Li, Z., Rao, N., Feng, G, etc (2018) "Using MODIS-Landsat fused data and ALOS-2/PARSAR-2 to map paddy rice and estimate crop yield for Thai Binh Province in Viet Nam", IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing.

[46] Song, L., Guanter, L., Guan, K., ..., Zhang, Y. (2018) "Satellite chlorophyll fluorescence captures heat stress for the winter wheat in the Indo-Gangetic Plains, India", Global Change Biology.

[45] Luo, Y., Guan, K.*, and Peng, J.* (2018) "STAIR: A generic and fully-automated method to fuse multiple sources of optical satellite data to generate a high-resolution, daily and cloud-/gap-free surface reflectance product", Remote Sensing of Environment, 214, 87-99.  
Media: UIUC, Youtube, NSF,

[44] Urban, D.*, Guan, K.*, and Jain, M. (2018) "Estimating sowing dates from satellite data over the U.S. Midwest: a comparison of multiple sensors and metrics", Remote Sensing of Environment, 211, 400-412.

[43] Liu, Y.Y. et al. (including Guan, K.) (2018) "Enhanced canopy growth precedes senescence in 2005 and 2010 Amazonian droughts", Remote Sensing of Environment, 211, 26-37.

[42] Zhang, Y., Guanter, L., Joiner, J., Lian, S., and Guan, K. (2018) "Spatially-explicit monitoring of crop photosynthetic capacity through space-based chlorophyll fluorescence data", Remote Sensing of Environment.

[41] Cai, Y., Guan, K.*, Peng, J.*, Wang, S., Seifert, C., Wardlow, B., and Li, Z. (2018) "A high-performance and in-season classification system of field-level crop types using time-series Landsat data and a machine learning approach", Remote Sensing of Environment. 
Media: UIUC ACES, NVIDIA, R&DMag, WeatherNation,,, HPCwire

[40] Miao, G.*, Guan, K.*, Yang, Xi, et al. (2018) "Sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence, photosynthesis, and light use efficiency of a soybean field from seasonally continuous measurements", Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences
Media: UIUC IGB, EurekAlert/AAAS, UIUC ACES, New, University of Virginia

[39] Lin, C., Gentine, P., Huang, Y., Guan, K., Kimm, H. et al. (2018) “Diel ecosystem conductance response to vapor pressure deficit is suboptimal and independent of soil moisture", Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

[38] Zhao, L., Oppenheimer, M., Qing, Z., Baldwin, J., Bou-Zeid, E., Ebi, K., Guan, K., Liu, X. (2018) "Interactions between urban heat islands and heat waves", Environmental Research Letters.  
Media: Princeton UniversityEurekAlert/AAAS, ERL Editor's Featured Article

[37] Guan, K.*,
Good, S.P., Caylor, K. K., Medvigy, D., Pan, M., Wood, E. F., SATO, H., Biasutti, M., Chen, M., Ahlstrom, A. and Xu, X. (2018) "Simulated sensitivity of African terrestrial ecosystem photosynthesis to rainfall frequency, intensity and rainy season length", Environmental Research Letters.

Xu, X., Medvigy, D., Trugman, A., Guan, K., Good, S., and Rodriguez-Iturbe, I. (2018) "Tree cover shows strong sensitivity to precipitation variability across global tropics", Global Ecology and Biogeography.

Peng, B.*, Guan, K.*, Chen, M., Lawrence, D., Pokhrel, Y., Suyker, A., … Lu, Y. (2018) "Improving Maize Growth Processes in the Community Land Model: Implementation and Evaluation", Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 250-251, 64-89.
MediaUIUC,, Eurek/AAAS, ScienceDaily, MorningAgClips, HPCwire.

[34] Wu, J., Kobayashi, H., Stark, S., Meng, R., Guan, K., Tran, N. et al. (2018) "Biological processes dominate seasonality of remotely sensed canopy greenness in an Amazon evergreen forest", New Phytologist. 
Media: NSF, Brookhaven Lab

[33] Li, Y.*, Guan, K.* et al. (2017) "Estimating global ecosystem iso/anisohydry using active and passive microwave satellite data",
Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences.

[32] Peng, B., Zhao, T., Shi, J., Lu H., Mialon A., Kerr, Y.H., Liang, X., and Guan, K. (2017) "Reappraisal of the roughness effect parameterization schemes for L-band radiometry over bare soil", Remote Sensing of Environment.,199, 63-77.

Guan, K.*, Wu, J., Kimball, J., Anderson, M., Li, B., and Lobell, D (2017) "The shared and unique values of optical, fluorescence, thermal and microwave satellite data for estimating large-scale crop yields", Remote Sensing of Environment., 199, 333-349.
Media: UIUC
, eoPortal
[30] Ahlstrom, A., Canadell, J.G., Schurgers, G., Wu, M., Berry, J.A., Guan, K., and Jackson, R.B. (2017) "Hydrologic resilience and Amazon productivity", Nature Communications, 8(387).

[29] Madani, N., Kimball, J., Jones, L., Parazoo, N. C., and Guan, K. (2017) "Global analysis of bioclimatic controls on ecosystem productivity using satellite observations of solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence", Remote Sensing, 9(6), 530. 

[28] Wu, J., Guan, K., Hayek, M. et al. (2017) "Partitioning controls on Amazon forest photosynthesis between environmental and biotic factors at hourly to inter-annual time scales", Global Change Biology, 23(3), 1240-1257.

[27] Guan, K.*, Sultan, B., M., Biasutti, M., Baron. C. and Lobell, D.B. (2017) "Assessing climate adaptation options and uncertainties for cereal systems in West Africa", Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 232, 291-305.
Media: UIUC

[26] Zhan, W., Guan, K., Wood, E. F. et al (2016) "Depiction of droughts over Sub-Saharan Africa using reanalysis precipitation datasets", Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121(18), 10555-10574.

[25] He, M., Kimball, J.S., Running, S, Ballantyne, A., Guan, K., and Heummrich, F. (2016) "Satellite detection of soil moisture related impacts on ecosystem productivity using the MODIS-based Photochemical Reflectance Index", Remote Sensing of Environment, 186, 173-183.

[24] Wagner F.H. et al. (including Guan, K.) (2016) "Climate seasonality limits carbon assimilation and storage in tropical forests", Biogeosciences, 13, 2537-2562.

[23] Alden, C.B., Miller, J.B., Gatti, L. V., Gloor, M. M., Guan, K., ..., and Diffenbaugh, N. S. (2016) "Regional atmospheric CO2 inversion reveals seasonal and geographic differences in heat and drought impacts in the Amazon", Global Change Biology.
Media: CIRES, Stanford News

[22] Xu, X., Medvigy, D., Powers, J., Becknell, J., and Guan, K. (2016) "Diversity in plant hydraulic traits explains seasonal and inter-annual variations of vegetation dynamics in seasonally dry tropical forests", New Phytologist.
Comments: New Phytologist

[21] Wu, J., Chavana-Bryant, C., Prohaska, N., Serbin, S.P., Guan, K., Albert, L.P., Yang, X. ... and Saleska, S. R. (2016) "Convergence in relations among leaf traits, spectra and age across canopy environments and two contrasting tropical forests", New Phytologist.

[20] Saleska, S.R., Wu, J., Guan, K., Nobre, A.D. and Restrepo-Coupe, N.
(2016) "Dry-season greening of Amazon forests", Nature.
Media: U. Arizona; UTS; ScienceDaily.

[19] Wu, J., Albert, L.P., Lopes. A. P., Restrepo-Coupe N., Hayek, M. Wiedemann., K. T., Guan, K., Stark, S. C., ..., and Saleska., S. R. (2016) "Leaf development and demography explain photosynthetic seasonality in Amazon evergreen forests", Science, 351 (6276).
Media: Science; U. of Arizona; BNL; NSF.

Good, S.P., Guan, K., and Caylor, K.K. (2016) “Global patterns of the contributions of storm frequency, intensity, and seasonality to inter-annual variability of precipitation", Journal of Climate, 29, 3-15.

[17] Guan, K.*, Lobell, D.B., Berry, J.,  Joiner, J., Guanter, L., Zhang, Y., and Badgley, G. (2015) "Improving the mointoring of crop productivity using spaceborne solar-induced fluorescence", Global Change Biology, 22(2).
Media: Stanford News; Youtube

[16] Bahn, M., Reichstein, M., Guan, K., Moreno, J.M., Williams, C. (2015) "Climate extremes and biogeochemical cycles in the terrestrial biosphere: impacts and feedbacks across scales", Biogeosciences, 12, 4827-4830.

[15] Guan, K., Sultan, B., M., Biasutti, M., Lobell, D.B. (2015)What aspects of future rainfall changes matter for crop yields in West Africa”, Geophysical Research Letters, 42(19).

[14] Shukla, S., Safeeq, M., AghaKouchak, A., Guan, K., and Funk, C. (2015) “Temperature impacts on the Water Year 2014 Drought in California”, Geophysical Research Letters.
Media: UCSB Current;; CIRC

[13] Guan, K.*, Pan, M., Li, H., Wolf, A., Wu, J., Medvigy, D., Caylor, K. K., Sheffield J., Wood, E.F., Malhi, Y., Liang, M., Kimball, J. S., Saleska, S., Berry, J., Joiner, J., and Lyapustin, A. I. (2015) "Photosynthetic seasonality of global tropical forests constrained by hydroclimate", Nature Geoscience.
Media: Water forms common thread in diverse rainforest ecosystems (; Princeton University).

[12] Sultan, B.*,
Guan, K.*, Kouressy, M., Biasutti, M., Piani, C., Hammer, G.L., Mclean, G., and Lobell, D.B. (2014) "Robust features of future climate change impacts on sorghum yields in West Africa", Environmental Research Letters, 9(10).
Media:  Climate change could cut West African sorghum yields by a fifth.

[11] Guan, K.*, Caylor, K. K., Good, S.P., Biasutti, M., Medvigy, D., Pan, M., Wood, E. F. and SATO, H. (2014) "Continental-scale impacts of intra-seasonal rainfall variability on simulated ecosystem responses in Africa", Biogeosciences, 11, 6939-6954.

[10] Reid, M.C, Guan, K., Fabian Wagner, Mauzerall, D.L. (2014) "Global Methane Emission from Pit Latrines", Environmental Science and Technology, 48,8727-8734.

Media: Pit latrines: another source of greenhouse gas emissions.

Guan, K.*, Wood, E. F., Caylor, K. K., Medvigy, D., Sheffield, J., Pan, M., Kimball, J., Xu, X and Jones, M.O. (2014) "Terrestrial hydrological control on vegetation phenology of African savannas and woodlands", Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 119(8), 8727-8734.

[8] Good, S.P., Soderberg, K., Guan, K., King, E. G., Scanlon, T., Caylor, K.K. (2014) "δ2H Isotopic flux partitioning of evapotranspiration over a grass field following a water pulse and subsequent dry down", Water Resources Research, 50(2), 1410-1432.

[7] Sheffield, J., Wood, E. F., Chaney, N., Guan, K., Safri, S., Yuan, X., Olang, L., Amani, A., Ali, A., and Demuth, S. (2014) "A drought monitoring and forecarsting system for Sub-Sahara African water resources and food security", Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(6), 2014.
African drought monitor; Media: UNESCO.

[6] Yuan, X., Wood, E. F., Chaney, N. W., Sheffield J., Kam, J., Liang, M., and Guan, K. (2014) "Probalistic Seasonal Forecasting of African Drought by Dynamical Models", Journal of Hydrometeorology, 14, 1706-1720.

[5] Guan, K.*, Medvigy, D., Wood, E. F. , Caylor, K. K. ,Li, S. and Jeong S.J. (2014) "Deriving vegetation phenological time and trajectory information over Africa using SEVIRI daily LAI", IEEE transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 53(2),1113-1130.

[4] Guan, K.*, Wolf, A., Wood, E. F., Medvigy, D., Caylor, K. K. and Pan, M. (2013) "Seasonal coupling of canopy function and structure in African tropical forests and its environmental controls", Ecosphere, 4(3).

[3] Guan, K.*, Wood, E. F. and Caylor, K. K. (2012) "Multi-sensor derivation of regional vegetation fractional cover in Africa", Remote Sensing of Environment, 124, 653-665.

[2] Guan, K., Thompson, S.E.*, Harman, C. J., Basu, N. B., Rao, S. P., Sivapalan, M., Kalita, P.K. and Packman, A. I. (2011) "Spatio-temporal scaling of hydrological and agro-chemical export dynamics in a tile-drained Midwestern watershed", Water Resource Research, 47, W00J02.
Media: "Agricultural chemical export dynamics in a watershed", EOS, 92(25), 21 June 2011.

[1] Li, X., Zhao, S., Ke, C. and Guan, K. (2007) "The Study of Methods of Quantitative Evaluation on Remotely Sensed Image Fusion (in Chinese)", Remote Sensing Technology and Application, 22(3).

Other Publications:
[5] Edwards, A, et al. (including Guan, K. and Li, Y.) (2018) "Sustainable and Equitable Increases in Fruit and Vegetable Productivity and Consumption are Needed to Achieve Global Nutrition Security", Position Paper resulting from a workshop organized by the Aspen Global Change Institute and hosted at the Keystone Policy Center, July 30-August 3, 2018. 

[4] Gamon, J., Hmimina, G.,
Miao, G., Guan, K. et al.(2018) "Imaging Spectrometry and Fluorometry in Support of Flex: What Can We Learn from Multi-Scale Experiments?", IGARSS 2018 - 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.

Guan, K., Hien, N. T., Zhan, L., and Rao, L.N.(2018) "Measuring rice yield from space: the case of Thai Binh Province, Viet Nam", ADB Economics Working Paper Series.

Guan, K. (2013) "PhD dissertation: Hydrological variability on vegetation seasonality, productivity and composition in tropical ecosystems of Africa", Princeton University.

[1] Soderberg, K., Good, S. P., Guan., K. and King, E.G. (2011) "Ecohydrology: also know as growing grass", Mpala Memos, April 2011 issue, Mpala Research Centre and Wildlife Foundation, Laikipia, Kenya.    

Professional Memberships:
American Geophysical Union (AGU) (2009-present)
European Geophysical Union (EGU) (2014-present)
American Meteorological Society (AMS) (2012-present)
Ecological Society of America (ESA) (2015-present)

Academic Services:
Manuscript reviewer: Science; Proceedings of National Academy of Science; Nature Geoscience; Global Change Biology; Remote Sensing of Environment; Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences; Global Ecology and Biogeography; Journal of Biogeography; Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; Biogeoscience; Water Resources Research; Journal of Hydrology; Hydrology and Earth System Sciences; New Phytologist; PLOS one; Journal of Arid Environments; Land; Journal of Hydrometeorology; International Journal of Biometeorology; Advances in Space Research; Geoinformatics & Geostatistics; Remote Sensing; IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters; Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing; Environmental Research Letters; International Journal of Climatology; Global Biochemcial Cycles.

Proposal reviewer:

Editor: [1] Guest editor for Special Issue: “Climate extremes and biogeochemical cycles in the terrestrial biosphere: impacts and feedbacks across scale” in Biogeosciences.
[2] Guest editor for Special Issue: “Ecophysiological Remote Sensing” in Remote Sensing.
[3] Guest editor for Special Issue: "Advances in remote sensing and modeling towards sustainable agriculture in a changing climate" in Frontiers in Big Data.

Synergistic Activities:
[1] Session chair, Climate Change: Agriculture, Water Resources and Ecological Responses, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, Feb 2012.
[2] Convener (with Stephen Good, Kelly Caylor and Youngryle Ryu), B005. Beyond changes in mean climate: the impacts of climate variability on terrestrial ecosystems, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2013. 
[3] Convener (with Alyssa Whitecraft, Debara Peters, and David Lobell), B44. Advances in Earth Observations for regional to global agricultural monitoring: GEOGLAM and other activities, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2015. 
[4] Convener (with Jin Wu, Scott Saleska, and Xi Yang), B051. Climatic controls on vegetation dynamics in tropical forests, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2015. <script>
[5] Convener (with Yongguang Zhang, Joanna Joiner, and Xi Yang), Chlorophyll fluorescence as a proxy of photosynthesis: from field to satellite measurements, modeling and applications, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2016.
[6] Convener (with Yongguang Zhang, Joanna Joiner, and Xi Yang), Chlorophyll fluorescence as a proxy of photosynthesis: from field to satellite measurements, modeling and applications, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2017. <<s  (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){
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