Professor & Director, Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Analysis
Ph.D. University of Minnesota, Twin Cites
MGIS University of Minnesota, Twin Cites
M.S. Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences
B.S. Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
Remote sensing of environment and quantitative assessment of natural resources, nature, causes, and consequences of land use and land cover change, interactions between humans and the natural and disturbed environments, global climate change, and terrestrial ecosystem dynamics.
GEOG 110: Introduction to the Natural Environment
GEOG 328: Global Change and Environmental Systems
GEOG 486: Environmental Remote Sensing
GEOG 489: Digital Image Processing
GEOG 520: Seminar in Physical Geography
GEOG 530T: Monitoring Ecosystem Processes
Publications and Presentations:
Roach, V. and J. Wu, 2014. Evaluating the potential impact of the proposed land development on coastal sage scrub in northern Orange County, California. California Geographer 53: 31–47.
Wu, J. and M.E. Bauer, 2013. Evaluating the effects of shadow detection on QuickBird image classification and spectroradiometric restoration. Remote Sensing 5(9): 4450–4469.
Wu, J. and M.E. Bauer, 2012. Estimating net primary production of turfgrass in an urban-suburban landscape with QuickBird imagery. Remote Sensing 4(4): 849–866.
Wu, J., M.E. Bauer, D. Wang, and S.M. Manson, 2008. A comparison of illumination geometry-based methods for topographic correction of QuickBird images of an undulant area. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 63(2): 223–236.
Wu, J., D. Wang, and M.E. Bauer, 2007. Assessing broadband vegetation indices and QuickBird data in estimating leaf area index of corn and potato canopies. Field Crops Research 102(1): 33–42.
Wu, J., D. Wang, and M.E. Bauer, 2005. Image-based atmospheric correction of QuickBird imagery of Minnesota cropland.Remote Sensing of Environment 99(3): 315–325.
Director, Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Analysis
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