My research applies a dynamic global vegetation model (LPJ-GUESS) to investigate questions related to the terrestrial carbon cycle as it responds to climate change, CO2 fertilization, and disturbance. I work with climate data and Carbon data from remote sensing, observations, and model simulation to quantify model uncertainty and improve model performance via model-data fusion.
I also work with a trajectory model (FLEXPART) in simulating carbon flux origin information (footprint) to in situ ground-based observations from fixed and mobile observation platforms. Determine the source of measured CO2 at stations by combining the footprint output with flux products (e.g. fossil fuel emission, biospheric flux, ocean flux, biomass burning). Perform data visualization, develop new data products and services hosted at the Carbon Portal. Moreover, collaborate with internal and external scientists in scientific peer reviewed publications.
previous job as a project assistant in this department
DataGURU is an integrative online tool for the acquisition, re-scaling, re-gridding and conversion of environmental and climate data.
Version 1.0 beta was published on 27 May, 2013: DataGURU Home Page 1.0
Version 2.0 beta was published on 27 September, 2013: DataGURU Home Page 2.0
Version 3.0 beta was published on 21 January , 2014: DataGURU Home Page 3.0
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