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Jiahua ZHANG

Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences

No.9 Dengzhuang South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100094, China

Phone: +86-10-82178122, Fax: +86-10-82178009


20120516170827-1582616907Dr. Jiahua Zhang is research professor of Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (RADI), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and chief scientist in global climate change and diaster remote sensing field. His research includes climate change & atmospheric environment remote sensing, atmospheric–hydrological–ecological cycles, earth system interaction estimation and modelling; Diaster monitoring and assessment using remote sensing, modeling and GIS, e.g., drought, forest fire, flooding, dust storm,UHI, snow cover, etc; others research interesting cover land use and cover changes, vegetation dynamic, ecological investigation, effection of climate change on agriculture. He has been Principle Investigator for over Ten major national projects or programs in China, and Principle Investigator for several international  coperation projects. He has published more than 100 peer review papers, 30 internationl conferences papers and 6 books. Dr. Jiahua Zhang received his M.S. degree from the Institute of Botany, CAS in Vegetational Ecology 1995 ;  and Ph.D. degree in the Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, CAS in Cartography and Remote Sensing in 1998. From 1998-1999, he was a post-doctor in the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS;  from 1999-2001, he was a  post-doctor and a STA Fellow in the National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan. Since Jan. 2002, he has been a professor at Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Director of Remote Sensing and Climate information Sciences. From 2012 to present,  he is full professor in the Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth,CAS.



1.      Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Impacts of urbanization and station-relocation on surface air temperature series in Anhui Province, China. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 2013. 170: 1969–1983 (SCI).

2.      Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Quantitative evaluation of uncertainties in satellite retrieval of dust-like aerosols induced by spherical assumption. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer, 2014,  136:45–57(SCI).

3.      Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Aerosol Indices Derived from MODIS Data for Indicating Aerosol-Induced  Air Pollution, Remote Sensing, 2014( In press) (SCI)

4.      Zhang Jiahua (3)  Regional quantitative retrieval of aerosol optical depth by exploiting the synergy of FY-2 vissr and MODIS data, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing.  2013 (In press) (SCI)

5.      Zhang JH (2) A GPP assimilation model for the southeastern Tibetan Plateau based on CO2 eddy covariance flux tower and remote sensing data. Inter.J.Appl. Earth Observation and Geoinformation,2013, 23: 213–225 (SCI).

6.      Zhang JH(2) Impact of MODIS-derived cloud cover on aerosol optical depth measured with a sun photometer: a case study from Nanjing, China. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2013, 34( 23): 8534–8548 (SCI).

7.      Zhang JH(3), Reflection of Laguerre–Gaussian beams carrying orbital angular momentum: a full Taylor expanded solution, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A , 2013, 30(12): 2561-2571. (SCI)

8.      Zhang JH(3), Simulation of soil carbon changes due to land use change in urban areas in China, Front. Environ. Sci. Eng. 2013, 7(2): 255–266

9.      ZhangJH(3), Spiral spectrum of Laguerre–Gaussian beampropagation in non- Kolmogo rovturbulence, Optics Communications, 2013, 303:38–41.

10.   Zhang JH (5), Sunshine dimming and brightening in Chinese cties(1956-2011) was driven by air  pollution rather than cloud, Climate Research, 2013, 56:11-20.

11.   Zhang JH (5),Assessment of Soil Erosion Susceptibility Using Empirical Modeling, ACTA METEOROLO. SIN.2013,27:98-108 (SCI)

12.   Zhang JH (7),Diurnal variation and the influential factors of precipitation from surface and satellite measurements in Tibet INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLIMATOLOGY, DOI: 10.1002/joc.3886.2014. (SCI)

13.   ZhangJH(7)  Satellite observed aerosol-induced variability in warm cloud properties under different meteorological conditions over eastern China  Atmospheric Environment 84:122-132 , 2014.(SCI)

14.   Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Estimationg fraction of photosynthetically active radiation of corn with vegetation indices and neural network form hyperspectral data, Chin. Geogra. Sci., 2012, 22(1):63-74. (SCI)

15.   Zhang JH (1) Progress in leaf area index retrieval based on hyperspectral remote sensing and retrieval models, Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 2012, 3212):3319-3323 (SCI)

16.   Zhang JH (5) Global estimation of evapotranspiration using a leaf area index-based surface energy and water balance modelRemote Sensing of Environment 2012, 124: 581–595SCI

17.   Zhang JH (5) Synergy of satellite and ground based observations in estimation of particulate matter in eastern China. Science of the Total Environment 2012, 433: 20–30 (SCI).

18.   Zhang JH (1) Detection, emission estimation and risk prediction of forest fires in china using satellite sensors and simulation models in the past three decades—an overview. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2011, 8: 3156-3178doi:10.3390/ijerph8083156 SCI.

19.   Zhang JH (1) Progress in monitoring high-temperature damage to rice through satellite and ground-based optical remote sensing. Science in China (D), 2011, DOI: 10.1007/s11430-011-4210-5 (SCI).

20.   Zhang JH (1) Spectrum reflectance characteristics of different snow and snow-covered land surface objects and mixed spectrum fitting. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis 2011, 319:2499-2503 (SCI).

21.   Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Uncertainties in assessing the effect of climate change on agriculture using model simulation and uncertainty processing methods. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2011,56(8):729-737. (SCI)

22.   Zhang JH (4) Comparison of different methods for corn crop LAI estimation over Northeastern China. Inter.J. Appl. Earth Observation and Geoinformation 2011, doi:10.1016/j.jag.2011.09.004 (SCI).

23.   Zhang JH (2) Estimation of air temperature from MODIS data in East China. Inter.J.Remote Sensing. 2011, 3023:6261-6275SCI.

24.   Zhang JH (3) Inversion of Winter wheat water content with the relationship between canopy paramaters and spectra based on different irrigations, Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 2011,32:209-213(SCI).

25.   Zhang JH (Corresponding Author) Yield estimation of winter wheat in the North China Plain using the remote sensing photosynthesis–yield estimation for crops (RS–P–YEC) model. Inter. J. Remote Sensing 2010, 3221: 6335–6348SCI.

26.   Zhang JH (1) Progress in retrieving vegetation water content under different vegetation coverage condition based on remote sensing informationSpectroscopy and Spectral Analysis 2010,306):1638-1642.  (SCI).

27.   Zhang JH (1) The Progress in Retrieving Land Surface Temperature Based on Thermal Infrared and Microwave Remote Sensing TechnologiesSpectroscopy and Spectral Analysis 2009,29(8):2103-2107.

28.   Zhang JH (1) Study on the snow distribution and influencing factors in Northern Tibet based on remote sensing information. Chin. J. Geophys. 2008,51(4):1013-1021 (SCI).

29.   Zhang JH (co-author) Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data. Climate Dynamics 2008, 30 (7-8): 887-907 ( SCI.

30.   Zhang Jiahua(1).2012. Dectecting major phonological stages of rice using MODIS-EVI data and Symlet 11 wavelet in Noerheast China, RSETE2012, IEEE, 815-819.

31.   Zhang Jiahua (2), Monitoring of summer high temperature by using modis data, IGARSS,2008( EI).

32.   Zhang Jiahua (1)2008To monitor the snow distribution and influencing factors in northern Tibet of China using   SSM/I and NOAA/AVHRR dataProceed of 2008 China-Japan Joint Microwave Conference. EI

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