Yuanyuan JiaPostdoctoral Research Fellow
230B Mendenhall Laboratory
125 South Oval Mall
Columbus, Ohio 43210
In the News:
- Using Satellite Data to Improve Great Lakes Monitoring and Forecasting, CIGLR Summer 2018 eNews, 9/18/2018
Yuanyan Jia is a postdoctoral fellow with CIGLR from Ohio State University, advised by Dr. C.K. Shum of Ohio State University and Dr. Philip Chu of NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab. Her work concerns the collection and synthesis of radar altimetric readings from the Great Lakes for the purposes of improving ice and water level observations and forecasts.
Research Interest/Area of Expertise:
- Radar altimetry
- Great Lakes Observation System (GLOS) and Great Lakes Operational Forecasting System (GLOFS)
Zhang, G., T. Yao, W. Chen, G. Zheng, C.K. Shum, K. Yang, S. Piao, Y. Sheng, S. Yi, J. Li, C.M. O’Reilly, S. Qi, S.S.P. Shen, H. Zhang and Y. Jia. 2019. Regional differences of lake evolution across China during 1960s–2015 and its natural and anthropogenic causes. Remote Sensing of Environment. (DOI:10.1016/j.rse.2018.11.038). [Altmetric Score]
Tseng, K.-H., C.-K. Kuo, M.-H. Lo, C.K. Shum, M.M. Rahman, Y. Jia, T.-Y. Yang and P.-H. Shih. 2019. Using MODIS/Terra and Landsat imageries to improve surface water quantification in Sylhet, Bangladesh. Terrestrial, Atmospheric, and Oceanic Sciences. (DOI:10.3319/TAO.2018.11.15.04).
Chen, J.J., V. Mueller, Y. Jia and S.K.-H. Tsang. 2017. Validating migration responses to flooding using satellite and vital registration data. American Economic Review. (DOI:10.1257/aer.p20171052). [Altmetric Score]
More to come…