Professor Tan Kun Published a Research Paper in “Scientific Reports”

The publisher:朱丹妮Release time:2017-03-17Browse the number:12


Recently, Professor Tan Kun published a research paper in “Scientific Reports” titled "Assessing the Spatiotemporal Variation and Impact Factors of Net Primary Productivity in China", in which China University of Mining and Technology is the first signed unit and communication unit. "Scientific Reports" is a comprehensive academic journal with significant influence in the “Nature” Group, which ranks 7/63 in the JCR district Q1.


Net primary productivity of vegetation is an important index of the carbon cycle, which is widely used to characterize carbon sequestration capacity.Cooperating with his doctoral student Wang Xue, Professor Tan Kun obtained high precision distribution data on net primary vegetation productivity in China through applying remote sense imaging in China's land system.They further analyzed the results from climate, culture, economy and other aspects.Combined with the analysis of the results they also gave guidance on economic construction and ecological environmental protection.The research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Basic Scientific Research Fund of the Central University.


A Brief Introduction of Prof. Tan Kun:

Professor Tan Kun, doctoral supervisor, member of the American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. In 2010, he received a doctorate degree from China University of Mining and Technology. He studied at Columbia University from 2008 to 2009 and visited Spain Hypercomp laboratory from 2014 to 2015. He has published more than 70 academic papers on hyperspectral remote sensing featuring extraction and inversion, mining environmental remote sensing and pattern recognition, which includes 26 SCI papers and more than 30 EI papers that published in "Scientific Reports", "ISPRS JPRS", "IEEE JSTAR" and other international academic journals.


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