Center for Global Change and Earth Observations | Department of Geography
We maintain a high ethical and liberal standard for professional collaborations in research and education.
Our research projects, spreading mostly across North American and Asian landscapes, are based on sound field experiments and monitoring stations, state-of-the-art equipment and technology, modeling, and remote sensing technology.
Since 2012, our publications have been cited over 10,500 times (total>18,500) with an overall h-index of 65, according to Google Scholar. We are thankful for all of our supporters and our lab members for their work and dedication.