Welcome! I am a graduate student at Environmental Science and Engineering, Caltech. I was an atmospheric science major at college and trained as an ecologist in my master program at Lehigh University. In July 2017, I started my Phd Program at the GPS division, Caltech. I am primarily working with Prof. Christian Frankenberg and studying the applications of Solar-Induced Fluorescence (SIF) and vegetation reflectance. I also work with Prof. Tapio Schneider on California precipitation.
rccheng [at] caltech [dot] edu
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I will be giving a talk on vegetation reflectances at the AGU fall meeting in session B23B: Advances in the remote sensing of the terrestrial carbon cycle. Welcome to stop by!
I defensed my two first-year projects and passed the phd qualifying exam.
I attended the 2018 AmeriFlux Synthesis Workshp at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The title of this workshop was Decadal Synthesis Survey: Insights from the Integration of Flux Observations with Ancillary Measurements, and Future Directions.
credit to Kim Novick