|College of Marine Science Optical Oceanography Laboratory|
Biography — Junsheng Li — Visiting Scholarjunsheng@mail.usf.edu
2015 — present, Visiting Scholar, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, USA
2007 — Ph.D. in Water Color Remote Sensing, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2002 — B.S. in Surveying and Mapping, Tongji University, China
2010 — present Lecturer, Associate Research Professor, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2007 — 2009 Assistant Research Professor, Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Junsheng Li, Bing Zhang, et al. Atmospheric correction of CBERS CCD images with MODIS data. Science in China Series E- Engineering & Materials Science, 2006, Supplement (Ⅱ), 149-158.
Junsheng Li, Bing Zhang, et al. Analysis of directional reflectance properties of Lake Taihu using multi-angle measurements. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 2013, 33(9): 2506-2511.
Junsheng Li, Qian Shen, et al. Measurements and analysis of in situ multi-angle reflectance of turbid inland water: a case study in Meiliang Bay, Taihu Lake, China. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2014, 35(13): 5167-5185.
Junsheng Li, Qian Shen, et al. Retrieving total suspended matter in Lake Taihu from HJ-CCD near-infrared band data. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 2014, 17(3):280-289.
Bing Zhang, Junsheng Li, et al. A bio-optical model based method of estimating total suspended matter of Lake Taihu from near-infrared remote sensing reflectance. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2008, 145: 339-347.
Shenglei Wang, Junsheng Li, et al. MODIS-based Radiometric Color Extraction and Classification of Inland Water with the Forel-Ule Scale: a Case Study of Lake Taihu. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 2015, 8(2): 907-918.
Fangfang Zhang, Junsheng Li, et al. Algorithms and schemes for chlorophyll a estimation by remote sensing and optical classification for turbid Lake Taihu, China. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 2015, 8(1): 350-364.
GanlinWang, Junsheng Li, et al. Assessment of monitoring cyanobacteria-dominant algal blooms in Taihu Lake, a eutrophic lake in China, using synthetic aperture radar images. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 2015, 33(1): 139-148.