Graduate Research Assistant
I joined the GLAD lab in 2014 where I started my dissertation research on detecting and characterizing the dynamics of global bare ground change. It didn’t take much time that I fell in love with this group given the inspiring advice and practical support I received and the friendly environment and productive collaborations in the group. My research interests are land cover and land use change, remote sensing, urbanization, forestry and terrestrial carbon sequestration.
2013.12 The Annual Conference of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco. Poster: Mapping forest plantations in Mainland China: Combining remote sensing and census data in a land transition model.
2012.02 The Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, New York City. Oral presentation: Perspective on Afforestation Strategy in China toward IPCC-AR5.