We Feature Our Visiting Scholars Hongshuo Wang, Wei Su, Derek van Berkel and Jonathan Cinnamon:
Hongshuo Wang is a post-doctoral researcher for the AOFRG project in the Department of Geography at Ohio State. Hongshuo received his Ph.D in Geo-information Science at the Institute of Space and Earth Information Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012. In his dissertation, Hongshuo analyzed spatiotemporal vegetation responses to drought with remotely sensed data. He got his master's degree in Agricultural Remote Sensing from Zhejiang University and bachelor's degree in Environment Science and Resource Management from Tsingtao Agriculture University. In collaboration with Appalachian research group, Hongshuo's current research focuses on modeling oak species distribution under the influence of disturbances, ecological dynamics of forest (e.g., phenology) to climate change in Appalachian regions, monitoring the influences of drought on agriculture and forest in contiguous US.
Hongshuo loves sports of all different kinds. He is eager to meet and talk to anybody who is interested in his work. He is located in Room 1120, Derby Hall. You can reach him by Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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