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Dr. Lunche Wang received his Ph.D. degree form Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University, China (2012 – 2015) in the Research field "Atmospheric Radiation and Remote Sensing of Environment". ational Basic Research Program (2009CB723905): Earth Observation for Global Change Sensitive Variables: Mechanisms and Methodologies (Technical participation, 2009-2013); National Basic Research Program (2011CB707106): Theories and Methods for Earth Observation Sensor Network (Technical participation, 2011-2015);Innovation Team Research Program, Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China: Intelligent Observation and Quantitative Application of Multi-source Geospatial Data (Technical participation, 2013-2015) National Natural Science Foundation of China (Program: No.41127901): Differential absorption lidar for Carbon dioxide (Technical participation, 2012-2016) He has 27 Research publiactions with different Journals. He is also an active reviwer for different journals such as Energy, Environmental Pollution, International Journal of Climatology, International Journal of Biometeorology, Remote sensing, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, Advances in Space Research, Advances in Meteorology, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, International journal of Remote Sensing, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Journal of Earth science, Frontiers of Earth Science and Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change. He has received awards and honors such as National Scholarship, Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China (October 2012), National Scholarship, Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China (October 2013), Wang Zhizhuo Innovative Talent Award (Ranked first), Wuhan University (October 2013), National Scholarship, Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China (October 2014).
Solar radiation and climate change, Aerosol direct radiative effects on the terrestrial ecosystem, Remote sensing of environment/ecology (vegetation net/gross primary productivity).