|College of Marine Science Optical Oceanography Laboratory|
Biography — Chengfeng Le — Post Doctoral Scholarchengfeng@mail.usf.edu
09/2007 - 07/2010 — Ph.D., Nanjing Normal University, China. Dissertation title: "Identifying and Estimating Cyanobacteria in Highly Turbid Inland Water in Taihu Lake Based on Bio-optical Properties."
09/2005 - 07/2007 — pursing M.S., Nanjing Normal University, Recommended to pursue Ph.D. degree directly without graduation
07/2001 - 07/2005 — B.S., Anhui Normal University, Thesis title: "Discussion of developing spatial direction of Wuhu City based on GIS."
My research interests mainly include remotely identifying and estimating harmful algae in inland waters, bio-optical properties of inland and coastal waters, and retrieving water quality using remote sensing satellite imagery.
Chengfeng Le, Yunmei Li, Yong Zha, Deyong Sun and Bin Yin. Validation of a Quasi-Analytical Algorithm for Highly Turbid Eutrophic Water of Meiliang Bay in Taihu Lake, China. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 2009, 47(8):2492-2500.
Chengfeng Le, Yunmei Li, Yong Zha, Deyong Sun, Changchun Huang and Heng Lu. A four-band semi-analytical model for estimation chlorophyll a in highly turbid lakes: The case of Taihu Lake, China. Remote Sensing of Environment, 113 (2009): 1175-1182.
Chengfeng Le, Yunmei Li, Yong Zha and Deyong Sun. Specific absorption coefficient and the phytoplankton pachage effect in Lake Taihu, China. Hydrobiologia, 619(2009):27-37.
Chengfeng Le, Yong Zha, Yunmei Li, Deyong Sun, Heng Lv, Bin Yin. Eutrophication of Lake Waters in China: Cost, Causes, and Control. Environmental Management, doi: 10.1007/s00267-010-9440-3.
Chengfeng Le, Yunmei Li, Yong Zha, Qiao Wang, Hong Zhang, Bin Yin. Remotely sensing of phycocyanin in highly turbid inland water in Lake Taihu, China. International Journal of Remote Sensing. (accepted)