Dr.Ju works as a Remote Sensing Scientist in the Biospheric Sciences Laboratory (code 618). He is interested in satellite-data-based vegetation dynamics study from continental to global scales. He received his BS from China’s Northwest University in 1993 and PhD from Boston University in 2004, all in geography.
Vegetation & Soil
He is currently on a team implementing a production system to harmonize Sentinel-2 and Landsat-8 data to provide more frequent moderate-resolution earth surface observation data (https://hls.gsfc.nasa.gov)
Roy, D., H. Zhang, J. Ju, et al. J. Gomez-Dans, P. Lewis, C. Schaaf, Q. Sun, J. Li, H. Huang, and V. Kovalskyy. 2016. A general method to normalize Landsat reflectance data to nadir BRDF adjusted reflectance Remote Sensing of Environment 176 255--271
Roy, D. P., Y. Qin, V. Kovalskyy, et al. E. F. Vermote, J. Ju, A. Egorov, M. Hansen, I. Kommareddy, and L. Yan. 2014. Conterminous United States demonstration and characterization of MODIS-based Landsat ETM+ atmospheric correction Remote Sensing of Environment 140 433-449 [10.1016/j.rse.2013.09.012]
Ju, J., D. P. Roy, E. Vermote, J. Masek, and V. Kovalskyy. 2012. Continental-scale validation of MODIS-based and LEDAPS Landsat ETM+ atmospheric correction methods Remote Sensing of Environment 122 175-184 [10.1016/j.rse.2011.12.025]