Remote Sensing and Numerical Modeling Group is an interdisciplinary academic group. Its research areas span across physical oceanography, biogeochemistry, and ocean optics. The group has always emphasized the integration of information technology, numerical simulation and field investigation. The basic researches focus on biogeochemical response to long-term low-frequency climate-ocean variability and its relationship with global change, the physical control of biogeochemical processes, and development of regional in-water ocean color satellite algorithms as well as coastal and estuarine sediment dynamics.


Granted Programs

  • Analysis of sea surface pCO2 low-frequency variation in South China Sea (National Science Foundation of China), 2010-2012
  • Influence of wind drag on seasonal and annual variation of algal bloom (National Science Foundation of China for Young Scientist), 2008-2010
  • Derivation of phytoplankton functional types (863 high technology program, Ministry of Science and Technology of China), 2008-2010
  • Taiwan Strait observing system -satellite remote sensing (863 high technology program, Ministry of Science and Technology of China), 2006-2010
  • Taiwan Strait observing system –storm surge early warning system (863 high technology program, Ministry of Science and Technology of China), 2006-2010
  • Spatial and temporal pattern of coastal upwelling in the China Sea (Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University, Xiamen University), 2006-2007
  • Satellite monitoring system for the Taiwan Strait (Bureau of Ocean, Fujian), 2005-2007
  • Change of underwater radiation field in response to phytoplankton blooms and the chemical and biological modulation (National Science Foundation of China), 2004-2006
  • Field hyperspectral monitoring system for coastal turbid waters (863 high technology program, Ministry of Science and Technology of China), 2002-2004
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