• Remote sensing phenology and modeling

  • Phenological observations using digital cameras

  • Vegetation spectroscopy

I am currently a PhD candidate in Brown University – Marine Biological Laboratory Joint Program. I am interested in terrestrial ecosystem ecology and climate change. Specifically, I am focusing on the impact of climate change on plant phenology (budburst, greenup and senescence).I use both remote sensing and digital camera to monitor the “leaf coloring”. I use spectroscopy to study the seasonal patterns of plant biochemical, biophysical properties and internal structure. In addition, I am testing a new system to estimate solar-induced fluorescence from in-vivo┬ávegetation canopies.

During my spare time, I’d like to do some reading, playing soccer and biking.

I post my weekly readings of journal articles in here. Please feel free to comment. If you are interested in my publications, please follow me on researchgate (link in contact page).

Xi Yang

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