Doctoral Candidate
Shuangling Chen
Shuangling Chen

Education:

08/2013 — present, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida (Ph. D Candidate)

09/2008 — 06/2012 Tianjin University of Science & Technology Degree: (Bachelor of Science)

Honors & Awards:

  • 2016-2018 — Tampa Bay Parrot Head Fellowship, twice, USF/CMS
  • 2015 — Gulf Oceanographic Charitable Trust Endowed Fellowship, USF/CMS
  • 2013-2015 — USGS Graduate Assistantship, USF/CMS
  • 2012 — Graduation with honor, Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China
  • 2011 — First-class scholarship of "National Challenge Cup in Tianjin", Tianjin, China
  • 2010 — National Scholarship (1/292), Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China
  • 2009-2012 — Best-student scholarship, 4 times, Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China
  • 2009-2011 — National Motivational Scholarship (15/292), twice, Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China
  • 2009-2011 — First-class Scholarship, 4 times, Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China
  • 2009-2011 — Best-student Award, 3 times, Tianjin UST, Tianjin, China

Research Experience

2017 – present — Recovery of more MODIS chlorophyll data from color index

2017 – present — Development of a generalized satellite pCO2 algorithm that works in different oceanic ecosystems: Gulf of Mexico & Gulf of Maine

2017 – present — Development of near real-time satellite surface salinity data products in the Gulf of Mexico

2016 – 2017 — Satellite estimation of net primary production in U.S. estuaries

2015 – 2016 — Remote estimation of sea surface salinity in the Gulf of Mexico from SeaWiFS and MODIS

2015 – 2015 — Estimation of sea surface pCO2 in the northern Gulf of Mexico with a semi-analytical approach

2014 – 2015 — Satellite estimation of sea surface pCO2 on the West Florida Shelf with an empirical approach

2013 – 2014 — Remote sensing detection of oil seeps in the Cariaco Basin using MODIS and MERIS measurements

2013 – 2013 — Remote sensing of oil slicks and other features in the Gulf of Mexico using VIIRS nighttime imagery

2012 – 2012 — Image analysis of red tides in Tanggu

2010 – 2012 — Aerosol detection and analysis in Tanggu area

Field Trips:

07/18/2017 - 08/21/2017 — Gulf of Mexico Ecosystems and carbon cruise (GOMECC-3).

07/2011 — Observed, recorded, and analyzed hydrological, meteorological, chemical, and biological parameters in Bohai Bay.

Refereed Publications:

Chen, S., and C. Hu (2017). Estimating sea surface salinity in the northern Gulf of Mexico from satellite ocean color measurements. Remote Sensing of Environment, 201, 115-132.

Chen, S., Hu, C., Cai, W. J., & Yang, B. (2017). Estimating surface pCO2 in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Which remote sensing model to use? Continental Shelf Research, 151, 94-110.

Chen, S., C. Hu, R. H. Byrne, L. L. Robbins, and B. Yang (2016). Remote estimation of surface pCO2 on the West Florida Shelf. Continental Shelf Research, 128, 10-25.

Hu, C., S. Chen, M. Wang, B. Murch, and J. Taylor (2015). Detecting surface oil slicks using VIIRS nighttime imagery under moon glint: a case study in the Gulf of Mexico. Remote Sensing Letters, 6:295-301.

Chen, S., and C. Hu (2014). In search of oil seeps in the Cariaco basin using MODIS and MERIS medium-resolution data. Remote Sensing Letters. 5(5): 442-450.

Presentations:

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Satellite Remote Sensing of Surface pCO2 in Coastal Oceans: Evaluation of Different Approaches. Ocean Science Meeting. Portland, Oregon, Feb. 2018 (poster).

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Near real-time satellite salinity products in Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference (GOMRI). New Orleans, Feb. 2018 (oral).

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Improving ocean color data coverage through near real-time machine learning. The 35th Annual Graduate Student Symposium, College of Marine Science, USF, 2018 (oral).

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Remote estimation of surface salinity in the northern Gulf of Mexico from SeaWIFS & MODIS. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017 (poster).

Chen, S., C. Hu, R. H. Byrne, L. L. Robbins, and B. Yang. Remote estimation of surface pCO2 on the West Florida Shelf. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017 (oral).

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Surface salinity in the northern Gulf of Mexico from optical satellites. The 34th Annual Graduate Student Symposium, College of Marine Science, USF, 2017 (oral).

Chen, S., and C. Hu. Surface salinity in the northern Gulf of Mexico from satellite ocean color measurements. DEEPEND all-hands meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2016 (oral).

Computer Skills:

  • IDL (proficient)
  • ENVI
  • ERDAS
  • Matlab
  • SeaDAS
  • SPSS
  • ODV
  • ArcView
  • ArcGIS
  • Mapinfo
  • BEAM
  • SeaDAS
  • SPSS