Jinwei Dong is Professor at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resource Research (IGSNRR), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing, China. His research focuses on land cover and land use change (LCLUC) and environmental remote sensing, especially the application of advanced cloud-based geospatial processing technology. He has developed new algorithms to map rubber plantations and improve paddy rice mapping by using phenology-based approaches. Dr. Dong has also investigated the uncertainties of remote sensing data and remote sensing-based models while addressing ecological scientific questions. His current research interest centers on the monitoring of two typical land use change processes in monsoon Asia: paddy rice expansion in high latitude regions and the conversion of natural forests to plantations in tropical monsoon Asia. He is investigating changes in these landscapes and their regional climatic and ecological effects using multi-source remote sensing, in-situ observations, and modeling strategies.
Land change trade-offs for ecosystem services and biodiversity , Land management systems, Urban-rural interactions
Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to enable researchers to accelerate discovery, published its annual Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) list for 2022 with 31 GLP Members, SSC Members, and GLP Fellows on it.
Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to enable researchers to accelerate discovery, published its annual Highly Cited Researchers (HCR) list this week with 32 GLP Members, SSC Members, and GLP Fellows on it.
GLP Members Yuanwei Qin, Jinwei Dong and Xiangming Xiao seek contributions for their AGU session on spatiotemporal changes of forest area, phenology, and biomass under human activities and climate change.
GLP Fellows Erle C Ellis and Jinwei Dong, and colleagues Paolo Tarolli and Damian Evans, We welcome submissions of abstracts to a session on "Fingerprinting the Anthropocene: Observing and Understanding Social Change Across Earth's Landscapes" at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting.