Scholarly and Professional Work

Life-time summary:
  • Refereed journal papers (published, in press) : 310
  • Refereed book chapters : 22
  • Refereed journal papers /book chapters (in review, in revision) : 22
  • Major reports : 38
  • Total citations (based on Web of Science) : >12000
  • Total citations (based on Google Scholar) : >18000
  • H Index (based on Web of Science) : 56
  • H Index (based on Google Scholar) : 68

Refereed publications

A. Articles

310. Mao, K. B., Y. Ma, X. L. Tan, X. Y. Shen. G. Liu. Z. L. Liu, J. M. Chen, and L. Xia, 2016. Global surface temperature change analysis based on MODIS data in recent twelve years. Advances in Space Research (in press)

309. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, X. Luo, P. Bartlett, B. Chen, and R. M. Staebler, Leaf chlorophyll content as a proxy for leaf photosynthetic capacity. Global Change Biology (in press).

308. Jiao, Z., C. B. Schaaf, Y. Dong, M. Roman, M. J. Hill, J. M. Chen, Z. Wang, H. Zhang, E. Saenz, R. Poudyzalm C. Gatebe, F.-M. Breon, X. Li, and A. Strahler, 2016. A method for improving hotspot directional signatures in BRDF models used for MODIS. Remote Sensing of Environment (in press).

307. Zheng T., and J. M. Chen, 2016. Photochemical reflectance ratio for tracing light use efficiency for sunlit  leaves in two forest types. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (in press).

306. Wang, R., J. M. Chen, Z. Liu, and A. Arain. 2016. Validating seasonal variations of remotely sensed leaf area index over five evergreen coniferous forests. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (in press).

305. Zhang, F., Y. Pan, R. A. Birdsey, J. M. Chen, and A. Dugan, 2016. Seeking potential contributions to future carbon budget in conterminours US forests considering disturbances. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-016-1936-1.

304. Gonsamo A., J. M. Chen, D.T. Shindell and G.P. Asner, 2016. Coherence among land, cryosphere, and ocean responses to anthropogenic and natural forcing. Earth Systems Dynamics, 7(3):717-734. DOI:10.5194/esd-7-717-2016 .

303. Gonsamo A., J. M. Chen, and D. Lombardozzi, 2016. Global vegetation productivity response to climatic oscillations during the satellite era. Global Change Biology, 22: 3414-3426. DOI:10.1111/gcb.13258.

302. Luo, S., J. M. Chen, X. Xi, and D. Peng, 2016. Effects of LiDAR point density, sampling size and height threshold on estimation accuracy of crop biophysical parameters. Optical Express, 24(11): 11578, DOI:10.1364 /OE.24.0011578.

301. Gonsamo, A., and J.M. Chen. 2016. Circumpolar products of vegetation dynamics productivity. Remote Sensing of Environment, 182: 13-26, DOI:10.1016/j.rse.2016.04.022.

300. Geng, J., J. M. Chen, L. Tu, Q. Tian, R. Yang, Y. Yang, C. Lv, W. Fan, and G. Zheng, 2016. Influence of exclusion distance among trees on gap fraction and foliage clumping index in forest plantations. Trees (in press).

299. Peng, C., X. Song, H. Jiang, Q. Zhu, H. Chen, J. M. Chen, P. Gong, C. Jie, W. Xiang, G. Yu, X. Zhou, 2016. Towards a Paradigm for Open and Free Sharing of Scientific Data on Global Change Science in China. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability (in press)

298. Chen, Y. S. Mu, Z. Sun, C. Gang, J. Li, J. Padarian, P. Groisma, J. M. Chen, and S. Li, 2016. Grassland carbon sequestration ability in China: a new perspective from terrestrial aridity zones. Rangland Ecology and Management, 69: 84-94.

297. Abbott, B. W., J. B. Jones et al. (J. M. Chen among 89 authors). 2016. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streems and wildfire: an expert assessment. Ecological Research Letters, 11(3): 034014, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/11/3/034014

296. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, H. Kobayashi, M. Rautiainen, M. E. Schaepman, A. Karnieli, M.Sprinstin, Y.Ryu, M. Nikopensius, and K. Raabe, 2016. Retrieval of seasonal dynamics of forest understory reflectance from semi-arid to boreal forests using MODIS BRDF data. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, DOI: 10.1002/2016JG003322.

295. Liu, Y., C. Wu, D. Peng, S. Xu, A. Gonsamo, R. S. Jassal, M. A, Arain, L. Lu, B. Gang, and J. M. Chen, 2016, Improved modeling of land surface phenology using MODIS land surface reflectance and temperature at evergreen needleleaf forests of central North America. Remote Sensing of Environment, 176: 152-162.

294. He, L., J. Liu, J. M. Chen, R. Wang, M. Sprintsin, H. Croft, T. Zheng, Y. Ryu, J. Pisek, A. Gonsamo, F. Deng, and Y. Zhang, 2016. Inter- and intra-annual variations of clumping index derived from the MODIS BRDF product, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 44: 53-60. 

293. Chen, B., J. Liu,J. M. Chen, L. He, and X. Luo, 2016. Effects of foliage clumping on the estimation of evapotranspiration over forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 216: 82-92.

292. Jiang, F. J. M. Chen, L. X. Zhou, W. M. Ju, H.F. Zhang, T. Machida, P. Ciais, W. Peters, H.M. Wang, B.Z., Chen, L.X. Liu, C.H., Zhang, 2016. A comprehensive estimate of recent carbon sink in China using both top-down and bottom-up methods. Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/srep22130.

291. Wang, Y., G. Li, J. Ding, Z. Guo, S. Tang, R. Liu, J. M. Chen, 2016. A combined GLAS and MODIS estimation of the global distribution of mean forest canopy height. Remote Sensing of Environment, 174: 24-43.

290. Zhang, Q., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, H. Wang, F. Yang, W. Fan, Q. Huang, T. Zheng, Y. Feng, Y. Zhou, M. He, F. Qiu, X. Wang, J. Wang, F. Zhang and S. Chou. 2015. Ability of the photochemical reflectance index to track light use efficiency for a sub-tropical planted coniferous forest. Remote Sensing, 7: 16938-16962, DOI:10.3390/rs71215860..

289. Zhou, Y., X. Wu, W. Ju, J. M. Chen et al., 2015. Global parameterization and validation of a two-leaf light use efficiency model for predicting gross primary production across FLUXNET sites. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, DOI:10.1002/2014JG002876.

288. Froelich, N., H. Croft, J. M. Chen, A. Gonsamo, and R. M. Staebler, 2015. Trends of carbon, water and energy fluxes over a mixed temperate-boreal transition forest in southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 211-212, 72-84. DOI:10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.05.009

287. Zhang, C., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, X. Wang, L. Yang, G. Zheng, 2015. Disturbance-induced reduction of biomass carbon sinks of China's forests in recent years. Environmental Research Letters, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/10/11/114021.

286. Chen, Z., J. M. Chen, X. Zheng, F. Jiang, J. Qin, S. Zhang, W. Yuan, W. Ju, and G. Mo, 2015. Optimizing photosynthetic and respiratory parameters based on the seasonal variation pattern in regional net ecosystem productivity obtained from atmospheric inversion. Science Bulletin, 60: 1954-1961

285. Liu, Z. L., J. M. Chen, G. Z. Jin, and Y. J. Qi. 2015. Estimation of seasonal variations of leaf area index using both litter fall collection and optical methods in four mixed evergreen-deciduous forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 209: 36-48.

284. Gonsamo A. and J.M. Chen, 2015. Winter teleconnections can predict the ensuing summer European crop productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E2265-E2266.

283. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, N. Froelich, B. Chen, and R. M. Staebler, 2015. Seasonal controls of canopy chlorophyll content on forest carbon uptake: Implications for GPP modelling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, doi:10.1002/2015JG002980

282. Liu, Z. L, C. K. Wang, J. M. Chen, X. C. Wang, and G. Z. Jin. 2015. Using direct and indirect methods to estimate the seasonal changes in leaf area index in deciduous broadleaf forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 351: 67-77.

281. Zhang, S., X. Zheng, J. M. Chen, Z. Chen, B. Dan, X. Yi, L. Wang, and G. Wu. 2015. A global carbon assimilation system using a modified EnKF assimilation method. Geoscientific Model Development, 8: 805-816, DOI:10.5194/gmd-8-805-2015.

280. Gonsamo, A., J.M. Chen, and P. D'Odorico, 2015. Underestimated role of East Atlantic-West Russia Pattern on Amazon vegetation productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E1054-E1055.

279. Zhang, F., J. M. Chen, Y. Pan, R. Birdsey, W. Ju, S. Shen, , and A. Dungan (2015), Impacts of inadequate historical disturbance data in the early 20th century on modeling recent carbon dynamics (1951-2010) in conterminous US forests, Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences DOI: 10.1002/2014JG002798

278. Liu, Z. L, X. C.Wang, J. M. Chen, C. K. Wang, and G. Z. Jin. 2015. On improving the accuracy of digital hemispherical photography measurements of seasonal leaf area index variation in deciduous broadleaf forests. Canadian Journal for Forest Research, DOI: 10.1139/cjfr-2014-0351.

277. Zheng, H., Y. Li, J. M. Chen, T. Wang, Q. Huang, W. Huang, L. Wang, S. Li, W. Yuan, X. Zheng, S. Zhang, Z. Chen, and F. Jiang, 2015. A global carbon assimilation system based on a dual optimization method. Biogeosciences,12, 1131-1150.

276. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, Y. Zhang, A. Simic, T.L. Noland, N. Nesbitt, and J. Arabian, 2015.Evaluating leaf chlorophyll content prediction from multispectral remote sensing data within a physically-based modelling framework. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 102: 85-95.

275.Liu, L. Z., G. Z. Jin, J. M. Chen, Y. J. Qi. 2015. Evaluating optical measurements of leaf area index against litter collection in a mixed broadleaf-Korean pine forest in China. Trees, 29: 59-73.

274. Chen, J. M., J. Fung, G. Mo, F. Deng, and T. West. 2015. Atmospheric inversion of the global surface carbon flux with consideration of the spatial distribution of US crop production and consumption. Biogeosciences, 12, 323-343.

273. Gonsamo A., H. Croft, J. M. Chen, C. Wu and R. Staebler, 2015. Radiation contributed more than temperatureto increased decada, autumn and annual carbon uptake of two eastern North America mature forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 201, 8-16.

272. Jiang, F., H. M. Wang, J. M. Chen, T. Machida, L. X.  Zhou, W. M. Ju, H. Matsueda, and Y. Sawa, 2014. Carbon balance of China constrained by CONTRAIL aircraft CO2 measurements, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14: 10133-10144.

271.Chang K, D. Price, J. M. Chen, W. Kurz, C. Boisvenue, E. Hogg, A. Gonsamo, and C. Wu. 2014. Simulating impacts of water stress on biomass in the southern boreal region of western Canada using a dynamic vegetation model. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 198: 142-154.

270.He, L., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, G. Mo, S. Belair, T. Zheng, R. Wang, B. Chen, H. Croft, M. A. Arain, and A. G. Barr, 2014. Optimization of water uptake and photosynthetic parameters in an ecosystem model using tower flux data, Ecological Modelling,294: 94-104

269. Wu, C., A. Gonsamo, F. Zhang, J. M. Chen. 2014. The potential of the greenness and radiation (GR) model to interpret 8-day gross primary production of vegetation. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 88: 69-79.

268. Wang, F., A. Gonsamo, J. M. Chen, T. A. Black, and B. Zhou. 2014. Instantaneous-to-daily GPP upscaling schemes based on a coupled photosynthesis-stomatal conductance model: correcting the overestimation of GPP by directly using daily average meteorological inputs. Oecologia, DOI 10.1007/s00442-014-3059-7.

267. Wang, F., J.M. Chen, A. Gonsamo, B. Zhou, F.-F. Cao & Q.-X Yi. 2014. A two-leaf rectangular hyperbolic model for estimating diurnal and seasonal GPP across vegetation types and climate conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 119, DOI:10.1002/2013JG002596.

266. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, and T. Noland. 2014. Stand age effects on Boreal forest physiology using a long time-series of satellite data. Forest Ecology and Management 328: 202-208.

265. Zhu, G., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, Y. Liu, 2014. A noval moisture adjusted vegetation index (MAVI) to reduce background reflectanc and topographical effects on LAI retrieval. PLoS ONE, 9(7):e10256, DOI:10.1371 /journal.pone.0102560.

264. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, and Y. Zhang,  2014. Temporal disparity in leaf chlorophyll content and leaf area index across a growing season in a temperate deciduous forest. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 33:312-320.

263.Fisher, J. B., M. Sikka, W.C. Oechel, D.N. Huntzinger, J.R. Melton, C.D. Koven, A. Ahlstrom, A.M. Arain, I. Baker, J.M. Chen, P. Ciais, C. Davidson, M. Dietze, B. El-Masri, D. Hayes, C. Huntingford, A. Jain, P.E. Levy, M.R. Lomas, B. Poulter, D. Price, A.K. Sahoo, K. Schaefer, H. Tian, E. Tomelleri, H. Verbeeck, N. Viovy, R. Wania, N. Zeng, and C.E. Miller. 2014. Carbon cycle uncertainty in the Alaskan Arctic. Biogeosceinces 11, 4271-4288

262. Yuan, W. et al. (J. M. Chen among 22 authors). 2014. Differentiating moss from higher plants is critical in studying the carbon cycle of the boreal biome. Nature Communication, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5270.

261. Zhang C., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, D. Li, X. Wang, W. Fan, M. Li., and W. Zan. 2014. Mapping forest stand age in China using remotely sensed forest height and observation data. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. DOI: 10.1002/2013JG002515.

260. Wu, C., D. Gaumont-Guay, T. A. Black, R.S. Jassal, S. Xu, J. M. Chen, A. Gonsamo, 2014. Soil respiration mapped by exclusively use of MODIS data for forest landscapes of Saskatchewan, Canada. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 94:80-90.

259. Liu, Y. B., Y. L., Zhou, W. M., Ju, J.M., Chen, S. Q., Wang, H. L., He, D. Guan, F. Zhao, Y. Li, and Y. Hao. 2014. Changes of evapotranspiration and water balance in China's terrestrial ecosystems during the period from 2000 to 2010. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17: 4957-4890.

258. Zheng, H., Y. Li, J. M. Chen, T. Wang, H. Qing, and S. Yao, 2014. Applying a dual optimization method to quantify carbon fluxes: recent progress in carbon flux inversion. Chinese Science Bulletin, 59: 222-226, doi:10.1007/s11434-013-0016-5.

257. Fan, W., J. M. Chen, W. Ju, and N. Nesbitt. 2014. Hybrid Geometric Optical-Radiative Transfer Model Suitable for Forests on Slopes. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52(9): 5579-5586.

256. Jiao T., R. Liu, Y. Liu, J. Pisek, J. M. Chen, 2014. Mapping global seasonal forest background reflectivity with multi-angle imaging spectraRadiameter (MISR) data. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences. DOI10.1002/2013JG002493.

255. Wu, C., A. Gonsamo, C. M. Gough, J. M. Chen, and S. Xu. 2014. Modeling growing season phenology of North American forests using seasonal mean vegetation indices from MODIS. Remote Sensing of Environment, 147, 79-88.

254. Gonsamo, A. and J.M. Chen, 2014.  Continuous observation of leaf area index at Fluxnet-Canada sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 189, 168-174.

253. Wu, C.,R. A. Hember, J. M. Chen, W. A. , D. T. Price, A. Gonsamo, and C. Boisvenue C. 2014. Accelerating forest growth enhancement due to climate and atmospheric changes in British Colombia, Canada over 1956-2001. Scientific Report, 4: 4461-4465. DOI: 10.1038/srep04461.

252. Yi, Q., G. Jiapaer, J. M. Chen, A. Bao, and F. Wang, 2014. Different units of measurement of carotenoids estimation in cotton using hyperspectral indices and partial least square regression. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing,91: 72-84.

251. Zhang, H. K., J. M. Chen, B. Huang, H. Song, and Y. Li, 2014. Fusing Landsat and MODIS data for retrieving the seasonal variation of leaf area index at the Landsat resolution. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics of Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, 7: 950-960.

250. Fan, W., J. M. Chen, W. Ju, and G. Zhu. 2014. GOST: geometric optical model for sloping terrains. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52: 5469-5482 .

249. Wu, C., and J. M. Chen, 2014. Reconstruction of interannual variability of NEP using a process-based model (InTEC) with climate and atmospheric records at Fluxnet-Canada forest sites. International Journal of Climatology, 34: 1715-1722.

248. Simic, A., J. M. Chen, S. Leblanc, A. Dyk, H. Croft, and T. Han, 2014. Testing the top-down model inversion method of estimating leaf reflectance used to retrieve vegetation biochemical content within the empirical approach. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics of Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, 7: 92-104.

247. Croft, H., J. M. Chen, Y. Zhang, 2014. The applicability of empirical vegetation indices for determining leaf chlorophyll content over different leaf and canopy structures. Ecological Complexity, 17: 119-130..

246. Gonsamo, A., and J. M. Chen, 2014. Improved LAI algorithm implementation to MODIS data by incorporating background, topography and foliage clumping information. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52: 1076-1088.

245. Jiang, F., H. Wang, J. M. Chen, L. X. Zhou, W. Ju, A, Ding, L.X. Liu, W. Peters, 2013. Nested Atmospheric Inversion for the Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks in China. Biogeosciences, 10, 5311-5324, DOI:10.5194/bg-10-5311-2013

244. He, M. Z, W. M. Ju, Y. L. Zhou, J. M. Chen, H. L. He, S. Q. Wang, H. M. Wang, D. X. Guan, J. H. Yan,Y. N. Li, Y. B. Hao, and F. H. Zhao. 2013. Development of a two-leaf light use efficiency model for improving the calculation of terrestrial gross primary productivity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 173: 28-39.

243. Deng, F.,  J. M. Chen, Y. Pan, W. Peters, R. Birdsey, K. McCullough and J. Xiao. 2013. The use of forest stand age information in an atmospheric CO2 inversion applied to North America. Biogeosciences, 10 (8):5335-5348. DOI:10.5194/bg-10-5335-2013

242. Gonsamo A., J.M. Chen, C. Boisvenue, W.A. Kurz, D.T. Price, C. Wu, R.A. Hember & K.H. Chang, 2013. Improved assessment of gross and net primary productivity of Canada's landmass. Journal of Geophysical Research. Biogeosciences 118: 1546-1560.

241. Liu, M., H. Wang, H., T. Oda, Y. Zhao. X. Yang, R. Zang, B. Zang, J. Bi, and J. M. Chen. 2013. Refined estimate of China's CO2 emissions in spatiotemporal distributions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13: 10873-10882. Full pdf file

240. Stoy, P. C., M. Dietze, A.D. Richardson, R. Vargas, A.G. Barr, R.S. Anderson, M.A. Arain, I.T. Baker, T.A. Black, J.M. Chen, R.B. Cook, C.M. Gough, R.F. Grant, D.Y. Hollinger, C. Izaurralde, C.J. Kucharik, P. Lafleur, B.E. Law, S. Liu, E. Lokupitiya, Y. Luo, J.W. Munger, C. Peng, B. Poulter, D.T. Price, D.M. Ricciuto, W.J. Riley, A.K. Sahoo, K. Schaefer, C.R. Schwalm, H. Tian, H. Verbeeck, and E. Weng. 2013. Evaluating the agreement between measurements and models of net ecosystem exchange at different times and time scales using wavelet coherence: An example using data from the North American Carbon Program Site-Level Interim Synthesis.  10: 6983-6909. doi:10.5194/bg-10-6893-2013.

239. Gonsamo A., J. M. Chen, and C. Wu. 2013. Citizen Science: linking the recent rapid advances of plant flowering in Canada with climate variability. Scientific Report, 3 : 2239, DOI: 10.1038/srep02239 Full pdf file

238. Chen, J, M, Chen, X. F., and W. Ju. 2013. Effects of Vegetation Heterogeneity and Surface Topography on Spatial Scaling of Net Primary Productivity. Biogeosciences, 10, 48794896 Full pdf file.

237. Yang,J., P. Gong, R.Fu, M. Zhang, J. M. Chen, S. Liang, B. Xu, J. Shi, and R. Dickinson, 2013. The role of satellite remote sensing in climate change studies. Nature Climate Change, 15 SEPTEMBER 2013 | DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE1908. Full pdf file

236. Wang, Z. R. F Grant, A. Arain, P. Bernier, B. Chen, J. M. Chen, A. Govind, L. Guindon, W. A Kurz, C Peng, D. T. Price, G. Stinson; J. Sun, J. A. Trofymow, J. Yeluripati, 2013. Incorporating weather sensitivity in inventory-based estimates of boreal forest productivity: a meta-analysis of process model results. Ecological Modeling, 260(0): 25-35.

235. Wu, C., Gough, C.M., Gonsamo, A., J. M. Chen. 2013. Evidence of autumn phenology control on annual net ecosystem productivity in two temperate deciduous forests. Ecological Engineering, 60, 88-95.

234. Fang, H., C. Jiang,,W. Li, S. Wei, F. Baret, J. M. Chen, J. Garcia-Haro, S. Liang, R.  Liu, R. B. Myneni, B. Pinty, Z. Xiao, and Z Zhu, 2013. Characterization and intercomparison of global moderate resolution leaf area index (LAI) products: Analysis of climatologies and theoretical uncertainties. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeoscience, DOI:10.1002/jgrg.20051.

233. Croft, H, J. M. Chen, Y. Zhang, and A. Simic, 2013. Modelling leaf chlorophyll content in broadleaf and needle leaf canopies from ground, CASI, Landsat and MERIS reflectance data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 113: 128-140.

232. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, T. A. Black, D. T. Price, W. A. Kurz, A. R. Desai, A. Gonsamo, R. S. Jassal, C. M. Gough, G. Bohrer, D. Dragoni, M. Herbst, B Gielen, F. Berninger, T. Vesala, I. Mammarella, K. Pilegaard and P. D. Blanken, 2013. Interannual variability of net ecosystem productivity in forests is explained by carbon flux phenology in autumn. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22: 994-1006.

231. Vargas, R., O. Sonnentag, G. Abramowitz, A. Carrara, J. M. Chen, P. Ciais, A. Correia, T. Keenan, H. Kobayashi, J.-M. Ourcival, D. Papale, D., Pearson, J. Pereira, S. Piao, S. Rambal, and D. Baldocchi, 2013. Drought Influences the Accuracy of Simulated Ecosystem Fluxes: A Model-Data Meta-analysis for Mediterranean Oak Woodlands. Ecosystems, 1-16.

230. Gonsamo, A., J. M. Chen and P. D'Odorico. 2013. Deriving land surface phenology indicators from CO2 eddy covariance measurements. Ecological Indicators 29: 203-207.

229. Zhang, C. H., W. M. Ju, J. M. Chen, M. Zan, D. Li, Y. Zhou, and X. Wang. 2013. Biotic driving forces for China's forest biomass carbon sink based on seven inventories from 1973 to 2008. Climate Change, 101: 33-51.

228. Houweling, S. et al. (J. M. Chen among 52 authors). 2013. Iconic CO2 time series at risk. Science, 337: 1038-1040, DOI:10.1126/science.337.6098.1038-b

227. Gonsamo, A., J. M. Chen, W. Kurz, D. Price and C. Wu. 2013. Land surface phenology index from optical satellite measurements and CO2 eddy flux observations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. VOL. 117, G03032, doi:10.1029/2012JG002070.

226. Wu, C., and J. M. Chen. 2013. Diverse responses of vegetation production to interannual summer drought in North America. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 21, 1-6.

225. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, A. R. Desai, P. M. Lafleur, S. B. Verma. 2013. Positive impacts of precipitation intensity on monthly CO2 fluxes in North America. Global and Planetary Change, 100: 204-214.

224. He M. Z, Y. L. Zhou, W. M. Ju, J. M. Chen, L. Zhang, S. Q. Wang, N. Saigusa, R. Hirata, S. Murayama, Y. B. Liu, 2012. Evaluation and improvement of MODIS gross primary productivity in typical forest ecosystems of East Asia based on eddy covariance measurements. Journal of Forest Research, DOI 10.1007/s10310-012-0369-7.

223. Liu, Y., R. Liu, J. M. Chen, 2012. Retrospective retrieval of long-term consistent global leaf area index (1981-2010) maps from combined AVHRR and MODIS data. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, VOL. 117, G04003, doi:10.1029/2012JG002084.

222. Wu, C. J. M. Chen, W. A. Kurz, D. T. Price, P. M. Lafleur, R. S. Jassal, D. Dragoni, G. Bohrer, C. M. Gough, S. B. Verma, A. E. Suyker, J. W. Munger. 2012. Interannual and spatial impacts of phonological transitions, growing season length and spring and autumn emperatures on carbon sequestration: A North America flux data synthesis. Global and Planetary Change, 92-92: 179-190.

221. Wu, C. and J. M. Chen. 2012. Deriving a new phenological indicator of interannual net carbon exchange in contrasting boreal deciduous and evergreen forests. Ecological Indicators, 24: 113-119.

220. Schaefer K., et al. (J. M. Chen among 51 authors). 2012. A model-data comparison of grass primary productivity: results from the North American Carbon Program site synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere. VOL. 117, G03010, doi:10.1029/2012JG001960

219. Gonsamo, A., J. M. Chen, C. Wu, and D. Dragoni (2012). Predicting  deciduous forest carbon uptake phenology by upscaling FLUXNET measurements using remote sensing data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 165: 127-135.

218. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, A. Gonsamo, D. T. Price, T. A. Black, and W. A. Kurz.  2012. Interannual variability of carbon sequestration is determined by the lag between ends of net uptake and growing season: evidence from long records of two contrasting mature forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 164: 29-38.

217. Zhang, F. M., J. M. Chen, J. Chen, C. M.Gough, D. Dragoni, and T. Martin. 2012. Evaluating spatial and temporal patterns of MODIS GPP over the conterminous U.S. against flux measurements and a process model. Remote Sensing Environment,124: 717-729.

216. He, L., J. M. Chen, Y. Pan, R. Birdsey, and J. Kattge. 2012. Relationships between net primary productivity and stand age derived using Forest Inventory and Analysis data and remote sensing imagery. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, VOL. 26, GB3009, doi:10.1029/2010GB003942.

215. Gonsamo, A., and J. M. Chen. 2012. Spectral response cross-calibration among 21 satellite sensors for global vegetation monitoring. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. doi:10.1109/TGRS.2012.2198828.

214. Zhang, F. M., J. M. Chen, R. A. Birdsey, Y. Pan, S. Shen, W. Ju, L. He. 2012. Attributing carbon changes in conterminous US forests to disturbance and non-disturbance factors from 1901 to 2010. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences,VOL. 117, G02021, doi:10.1029/2011JG001930.

213. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, J. Pumpanen, A. Cescatti, B. Marcolla, P. D. Blanken, J. Ardö, Y. Tang, E. Magliulo, T. Georgiadis, H. Soegaard, D. R. Cook, R. J. Harding. 2012. An underestimated role of precipitation frequency in regulating summer soil moisture. Environmental Research Letters, 7, 024011, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/2/024011

212. Liu Y. B., W. M. Ju, J. M. Chen, G. L. Zhu, B. L. Xing, J. F. Zhu, 2012. Spatial and temporal variations of forest LAI in China during 2000-2010.Chinese Science Bulletin, 57(22): 2846-2856.

211. Huntzinger D. N. et al. (J. M. Chen among 28 authors). 2012. North American Carbon Project (NACP) regional interim synthesis: terrestrial biospheric model intercomparison. Ecological Modeling, 232: 144-157.

210. Coursolle, C. et al. (J. M. Chen among 13 authors). 2012. How Stand Age Influences the Magnitude and Seasonality of Carbon Fluxes in Canadian Forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (165: 136-148.

209. Liu, Y., R., Liu, J. M. Chen, and W. Ju. 2012. Expanding MISR LAI products to high temporal resolution with MODIS observations. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 50: 3915-3927 .

208. Sprintsin, M.,J. M. Chen, A. Desai and C. M. Gough. 2012. Evaluation of leaf-to-canopy upscaling methodologies against carbon flux data in North America. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, VOL. 117, G01023, doi:10.1029/2010JG001407.

207. Xiong, B., J. M. Chen, G. Kuang, and N. Kadowaki. 2012. Estimation of repeat-pass ALOS PALSAR   interferometric baseline through direct least square ellipse fitting. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 50: 3610-3617.

206. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, A. R. Desai, D. Y. Hollinger, M. A. Arain, H. A. Margolis, C. M. Gough, R. M. Staebler. 2012. Remote sensing of canopy light use efficiency in temperate and boreal forests of North America using MODIS imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 118, 60-72.

205. He, L., J. M. Chen, J. Pisek, C. B. Schaaf, A. H. Strahler. 2012. Global clumping index map derived from the MODIS BRDF product. Remote Sensing of Environment, 119, 118-130.

204. Chen, J. M., G. Mo, J. Pisek, F. Deng, M. Ishozawa, D. Chan, 2012. Effects of foliage clumping on global terrestrial gross primary productivity. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, VOL. 26, GB1019, 18 PP., doi:10.1029/2010GB003996.

203. Richardson, A., et al. (J. M. Chen among 31 authors), 2012. Land surface models need better representation of vegetation phenology: results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology 18, 566-584, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02562.x.

202. Xiong, B., J. M. Chen, G. Kuang, 2012. A change detection measure based on a likelihood ratio and statistical properties of SAR intensity images. IEEE Remote Sensing Letters, 3: 267-275.

201. Zhu, G.,W. Ju, J. M. Chen, P. Gong, B. Xing, and J. Zhu, 2012. Foliage clumping index over China's landmass retrieved from the MODIS BRDF products. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 50: 2122-2137.

200. Wu, C., and J. M. Chen, 2012. The use of precipitation intensity for estimating gross primary production in two northern grasslands. Journal of Arid Environments, 82: 11-18.

199. Simic, A. J. M. Chen, T. L. Noland, 2011. Retrieval of forest chlorophyll content using canipy structure parameters derived from multi-angle data: The measurement concept of combining nadir hyperspectral and off-nadir multispectral data. Internatinal Journal of Remote Sensing. 32 (20): 5621-5644.

198. Sprintsin, M., J. M. Chen, and P. Czurylowicz, 2011. Combining land surface temperature and shortwave infrared reflectance for early detection of mountain pine beetle infestations in western Canada. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 5: 503566-1-13.

197. Dietze, M. et al. (J. M. Chen among 31 authors), 2011. Characterizing the performance of ecosystem models across time scales: A spectral analysis of the North American Carbon Program site-level synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, VOL. 116, G04029, doi:10.1029/2011JG001661.

196. Gonsamo, A., and J. M. Chen, 2011. Evaluation of GLC2000 and NALC2005 land cover products for LAI retrieval over Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 37: 302-313 .

195. Wu, C., J. M. Chen, and N. Huang, 2011, Predicting gross primary production from the enhanced vegetation index and photosynthetically active radiation: Evaluation and calibration, Remote Sensing of Environment, 115, 3424-3435.

194. Liu, S, B. Bond-Lamberty, J. A. Hicke, R. Vargas, S. Zhao, J. M. Chen,S. L. Edburg, Y. Hu, J. Liu, and A. D. McGuire, 2011, Simulating the impacts of disturbances on forest carbon cycling in North America: Processes, data, models, and challenges, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 116, G00K08.

193. Deng F., and J. M. Chen, Recent global CO2 flux inferred from atmospheric CO2 observations and its regional analysis. Biogeosciences 8: 3263-3281.

192. Zhu, G., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, Y. Liu, J. Zhu, and B. Xing. 2011. Validation of MODIS BRDF model parameters product and the Ross-Li model with POLDER data. Journal of Remote Sensing, 15: 875-884.

191. Liu, Y., W. Ju, G. Zhu, J. M. Chen, B. Xing, J. Zhu, and Y. Zhou. 2011. Retrieval of leaf area index for different grasslands in Inner Mongolia prairie using remote sensing data. Acta Ecologia Sinica, 30: 5199-5170.

190. Zhu, G., W. Ju, and J. M. Chen, 2011. Difference in leaf area index retrieved from HJ-1 CCD and TM data of Maoershan Mountain. Journal of Northeast Forestry University, 39: 127-130

189. Wang, S., L. Zhou, J. M. Chen, W. Ju, X. Feng, and W. Wu, 2011. Relationships between net primary productivity and stand age for several forest types and their influence on China's carbon balance. Journal of Environmental Management. 92: 1651e1662

188. Govind, A., and J. M. Chen, 2011. Spatially distributed modeling of the long-term carbon balance of a boreal landscape. Ecological Modeling, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.04.007 .

187. He, L., J. M. Chen, S. Zhang, G. Gomez, Y. Pan, K. McCullough, R. Birdsey, and J. Masek. 2011. Normalized Algorithm for Mapping and Dating Forest Disturbances and Regrowth for the United States. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 13: 236-245

186. Schwalm, C. R., et al. (J. M. Chen among 47 authors), 2011. A model-data intercomparison of CO2 exchange across North America: results from the North America Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 115, G00H05, doi:10.1029/2009JG001229.

185. Moorthy, I., J. R. Miller, J. A. J Berni, P. J Zarco-Tejada, B. Hu,and  J. M. Chen, 2011. Field characterization of olive (Olea europaea L.) tree crown architecture using terrestrial laser scanning data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 151: 204-214

184. Nassar, R., D. B. A. Jones, S. S. Kulawik, J. R. Worden, K. W. Bowman, R. J. Andres, P. Suntharalingam, J. M. Chen, C. A. M. Brenninkmeijer, T. J. Schuck, T. J. Conway, D. E. Worthy, 2011. Inverse modeling of CO2 sources and sinks using satellite observations of CO2 from TES and surface flask measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. doi:10.5194/acp-11-6029-2011

183. Huang, M., J. M. Chen, and F. Deng, 2011. Data-Model Fusion for Improving LAI Mapping: a Case Study over China's Landmass. International Journal of Remote Sensing doi:10.1080/01431161.2010.520347

182. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, and T. Nilson. 2011. Estimation of vegetation clumping index using MODIS BRDF products. IEEE Remote Sensing Letters, 32: 2645-2657.

181. Pan, Y., J. M. Chen, R. Birdsey, K. McCullough, L. He, and F. Deng. 2011. Age Structure and Disturbance Legacy of North American Forests. Biogeosciences, 8: 715-732.

180. Nassar, R., D.B.A. Jones, P. Suntharalingam, J.M. Chen, R.J. Andres, K.J. Wecht, R.M. Yantosca, S.S. Kulawik, K.W. Bowman, J.R. Worden, T. Machida and H. Matsueda, 2010. Modeling global atmospheric CO2 with improved emission inventories and CO2 production from the oxidation of other carbon species, Geoscientific Model Development, 3, 689-716.

179. Zhang, F. M., W. Ju., J. M. Chen, S. Q. Wang, G. Yu, Y. Li, S. Han, J. Asanuma, 2010. Simulations of Evapotranspiration in Southeast Asia using BEPS. Journal of Natural Resources, 25: 1598-1605.

178. Zhu, G., W. Ju, J. M. Chen, W. Fan, Y. Zhou, X. Li, M. Li. 2010. Leaf area index retrieval for forests in the Maoershan Mountain in northeast China. Chinese Applied Ecology, 21: 2117-2124.

177. Chen, B., T. A. Black, N. Coops, R. Jassal, J. M. Chen, and M. Johnson, 2010. Modeling to discern nitrogen fertilization impacts on carbon sequestration in a Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir forest in the first post fertilization year. Global Chang Biology, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02298.

176. Govind, A., J. M. Chen, J. McDonnell, J. Kumari, and O. Sonnentag, 2010. Effect of Lateral Hydrological Processes on Photosynthesis and Evapotranspiration. Ecohydrology, 3. (doi: 10.1002/eco.141)

175. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, K. Alikas, and F. Deng, 2010. Impact of including forest understory and foliage clumping information from multi-angular measurements in Leaf Area Index mapping over North America. Journal of Geophysical Research, VOL. 115, G03023, doi:10.1029/2009JG001138.

174. Carlson, M., J. M. Chen, S. Elgie, C. Henschel, ?. Montenegro, N. Roulet, N. Scott, C. Tarnocai, and J. Wells, 2010. Maintaining the Role of Canada's Forests and Peatlands in Climate Regulation. Forest Chronicle, 86: 1-10.

173. Ju, W., J. M. Chen, T. A. Black, A. G. Barr, H. McCaughey, and N. T. Roulet, 2010. Spatially explicit modelling of coupled water and carbon cycles in Canada's forests and wetlands. Tellus, DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0889.2010.00459.x.

172. Yi, C., et al. (J. M. Chen among 116 co-authors). 2010. Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/5/3/034007.

171. Wang, Z., and J. M. Chen. 2010. A greener future for China's cities. Science, 327:1199 (5 March)

170. Canisius, F., R. Fernandes and J. M. Chen. 2010. Comparison and evaluation of MERIS FR LAI products over mixed land use regions. Remote Sensing of Environment, 114: 950-960.

169. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, R. Lacaze, O. Sonnentag, and K. Alikas. 2010. Expanding global mapping of foliage clumping index with multi-angular POLDER 3 measurements: evaluation and topographic compensation. ISPRS Journal of Photgrammetry and Remote Sensing, 65:341-346.

168. Sonnentag, O., G. van der Kamp, A. Barr, J. M. Chen, 2010. On the relationship between water table depth and water vapor and carbon dioxide fluxes in a minerotrophic fen. Global Change Biology, 16:1762-1776, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.02032.x.

167. Simic, A., J. M. Chen, J. Freemantle, J. R. Miller, and J. Pisek, 2010. Improving clumping and LAI algorithms Based on Multi-angle Airborne Imagery and Ground Measurements. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 48: 1742-1759.

166. Wang, J., J. M. Chen, W. Ju, M. Li. 2010. IA-SDSS: a GIS-based land use decision support system with consideration of carbon sequestration. Environmental Management and Software, 25:539-553.

165. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, J. R. Miller, J. Freemantle, J. Peltoniemi, and A. Simic, 2010. Mapping forest background reflectance in a boreal region using multi-angle Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager (CASI) data. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 48:499-510.

164. Shi, X. Z., H.J. Wang, D.S. Yu, D. C. Weindorf, X.F. Cheng, X.Z. Pan, W.X. Sun, and J.M. Chen, 2009 Potential for soil carbon sequestration of eroded areas in subtropical China. Soil and Tillage Research, 105: 322-327.

163. Pisek, J. and J. M. Chen, 2009. Mapping of forest background reflectivity over North America with the NASA Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR). Remote Sensing of Environment, 113: 2412-2423.

162. El Maayar, M., D.T. Price and J.M. Chen, 2009. Simulating daily, monthly and annual water balances in a land surface model using alternative root water uptake schemes. Advances in Water Resources , 32: 1444-1459

161. Zhu, L. J. M. Chen, Q. Qin, J. Li, and L. Wang, 2009. Optimization of ecosystem model parameters using spatio-temporal soil moisture information. Ecological Modelling, 220: 2121-2136.

160 Govind, A., J. M. Chen, H. Margolis, W. Ju, O. Sonnentag, and M. Giasson. 2009, A Spatially Explicit Hydro-Ecological Modeling Framework (BEPS-TerrainLab V2.0), Part 1: Model Description and Test in a Boreal Ecosystem in Eastern North America., Journal of Hydrology, 367:200-216

159. Chen, J. M., Huang, S., W. Ju, D. Goumont-Guay, and T. A. Black. 2009, Daily heterotrophic respiration model considering the non-linear effect of diurnal temperature variability. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences , vol. 114, G01022, doi: 10.1029/2008JG000834.

158. Govind, A., J. M. Chen, and W. Ju. 2009, Spatially Explicit Simulation of Hydrologically Controlled Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles and Associated Feedback Mechanisms in a Boreal Ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 114 G02006, doi: 10.1029/2008JG000728

157. Mo, X., J. M. Chen, W. Ju, and T. A. Black. 2008. Optimization of ecosystem model parameters through assimilating eddy covariance flux data with an ensemble Kalman filter. Ecological Modelling, 217: 157-173.

156. Simic, A. and J. M. Chen. 2008. Refining a Hyperspectral and Multi-angle Measurement Concept for Vegetation Structure Assessment. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34: 174-171.

155. Chan, D., M. Ishizawa, K. Higuchi, S. Maksyutov, and J. M. Chen, Seasonal CO2 rectifyer effect and large scale extratropical atmospheric transport. Journal of Geophyiscal Research, 113, D17309, doi:10.1029/2007JD009443.

154. Moorthy, I., J. R. Miller, B. Hu, J. M. Chen, Q. Li. 2008. Retrieving crown structural properties from an individual tree using ground-based LiDAR data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34: 320-332.

153. Zhang Y., J. M. Chen, J. Miller, T. Noland, 2008. Retrieving chlorophyll content of needle leaves from hyperspectral measurements. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34: 287-295.

152. El Maayar, M., J.M. Chen, and D.T. Price, 2008. On the use of measurements of sensible and latent heat fluxes to evaluate land surface models. Ecological Modelling, 214: 293-304.

151. Ju, W., and Chen, J.M., 2008. Effects of past changes in climate, atmospheric composition, and disturbance on soil carbon in Canada's forests and wetlands. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, VOL. 22, GB3010, doi:10.1029/2007GB002935.

150. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, G. Mo, and T. A. Black, 2008. Comparison of regional carbon flux estimates from CO2 concentration measurements and remote sensing-based footprint integration. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, VOL. 22, GB2012, doi:10.1029/2007GB003024.

149. Zhang Y., J. M. Chen, J. Miller, T. Noland, 2008. Needle chlorophyll content retrieval from airborne hyperspectral imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112: 3234-3247.

148. Sonnentag, O., J. M. Chen, N. T. Roulet, W. Ju, and A. Govind, 2008. Spatially explicit simulation of peatland hydrology and carbon dioxide exchange: The influence of topography. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. Vol. 113, G02005, doi:10.1029/2007JG000605

147. Xu, C., M. Liu, C. Zhang, S. An, W. Yu, J. M. Chen, 2007. The spatiotemporal dynamics of rapid urban growth in the Nanjing metropolitan region of China. Landscape Ecology, 22: 925-937.

146. Pisek, J., and J. M. Chen, 2007. Comparison and validation of MODIS and VEGETATION global LAI products over four BigFoot sites in North America. Remote Sensing of Environment, 109: 81-94. Full pdf file

145. Chen, J. M., S. C. Thomas, Y. Yin, V. Maclaren, J. Liu, J. Pan, G. Liu, Q. Tian, Q. Zhu, J.-J. Pan, X. Shi, J. Xue, and E. Kang, 2007. Enhancing forest carbon sequestration in China: Toward an integration of scientific and socio-economic perspectives. Journal of Environmental Management, 85: 515-523

144. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, and W. Ju., 2007. Remote sensing based ecosystem-atmosphere simulation Scheme (EASS): model formulation and test with multiple-year data. Ecological modeling, 209: 277-300

143. Pisek, J., J. M. Chen, and F. Deng, 2007. Canada-wide validation of a new global leaf area index dataset from SPOT-4 VEGETATION data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 33: 1-16. Full pdf file

142. Sonnentag, O., J. M. Chen, D. A. Roberts, J. Talbot, A. Govind, and K. Halligan, 2007. Mapping tree and shrub leaf area indices of an ombrotrophic peatland using field measurements and multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment, 109: 342-360. Full pdf file

141. Sonnentag, O., J. Talbot, J. M. Chen, T. N. Roulet, 2007. Using direct and indirect measurements of leaf area index to characterize the shrub canopy of an ombrotrophic peatland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 144: 200-212. Full pdf file

140. Chen, B., and J. M. Chen, 2007. Interannual variation in carbon isotope discrimination in response to meteorological and physiological driving factors in a boreal forest ecosystem, Plant, Cell and Environment, 30: doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2007.01707.

139. Liu, R, J. M. Chen, J. Liu, F. Deng, and R. Sun, 2007. Application of a new leaf area index algorithm to China's landmass using MODIS data for carbon cycle research. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 649-658.

138. Zheng, G., J. M. Chen, Q. Tian, W.M. Ju, and X. Xia, 2007. Combining remote sensing imagery and forest age inventory for biomass mapping. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 616-623

137. Ju, W., J. M. Chen, D. Harvey, and S. Wang, 2007. Future carbon balance of China's forests under climate change and increasing CO2. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 538-562

136. Wang, S, J. M. Chen, W. Ju, X. Feng, M. Chen, P. Chen., and G..Yu, 2007. Carbon sinks and sources in China's forests during 1901-2001. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 524-537..

135. Chen, X, J. M. Chen, S. An., and W. Ju, 2007. Effects of Topography on Simulated Net Primary Productivity at Landscape Scale. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 585-596.

134. Tang, S, J. M. Chen, Q. Zhu, X. Li, M. Chen, R. Sun, Y. Zhou, F. Deng, and D. Xie, 2007. LAI inversion algorithm based on directional reflectance kernels. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 638-648.

133. Shao, Y, J. Pan, L.Yang, J. M. Chen, W. Ju, and X . Shi, 2007. Validation of soil organic carbon density using the InTEC model. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 696-701

132. Feng , X, Liu G, J. M. Chen, M. Chen, J. Liu, W. Ju, R. Sun, and W. Zhou, 2007. Simulating net primary productivity of terrestrial ecosystems in China using a process model driven by remote sensing. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 563-573.

131. Tian, Q, Z. Luo, J. M. Chen, M. Chen, and F. Hui, 2007. Retrieving LAI for coniferous forest in Xingguo County with Landsat ETM+ images. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 624-627

130. Zhou, Y, Q. Zhu, J .M. Chen, Y.Q. Wang, J. Liu, R. Sun., and S Tang, 2007. Observation and simulation of net primary productivity in Qilian mountain, Western China. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 574-584.

129. Jin, Z, Q. Tian, J. M. Chen, and M. Chen, 2007. Spatial scaling between leaf area index maps of different resolutions. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 628-637.

128. Xu, C, M. Liu, S. An, J. M. Chen, and P. Yan, 2007. Assessing the impact of urbanization on regional net primary productivity in Jiangyin County, China. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 597-606

127. Yu, D, X. Shi, H. Wang, W. Sun, J. M. Chen, Q. Liu, and Y. Zhao, 2007. Regional patterns of soil organic carbon storages in China. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 680-689

126. Caldwell, I., V. Maclaren, J. M. Chen, W. Ju., S. Zhou, and Y. Yin, 2007. An integrated assessment model of carbon sequestration benefits : a case study of Liping County, China. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 757-773

125. Wang, P, R. Sun, J. Hu, Q. Zhu, Y.Zhou, L. Li, and J. M. Chen, 2007. Measurements and simulation of forest leaf area index and net primary productivity in Northern China. Journal of Environmental Management 85: 607-615.

124. Zhang, Y., J. M. Chen, and S. Thomas. 2007. Retrieving seasonal variation in chlorophyll content of overstorey and understorey sugar maple leaves from leaf-level hyperspectral data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (in press).

123. Peddle, D.R., R.L. Johnson, J. Cihlar, S.G. Leblanc J.M. Chen and F.G. Hall, 2007. Physically-Based Inversion Modeling for Unsupervised Cluster Labeling, Independent Forest Classification and LAI Estimation using MFM-5-Scale. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 33(3): 214-225. Full pdf file

122. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, G. Mo, K. Yuan, K. Higuchi, and D. Chan. 2007. Modeling and scaling coupled energy, water, and carbon fluxes based on remote sensing: An application to Canada's landmass. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 8: 123-143. Full pdf file

121. Deng, F., J. M. Chen, C.-W. Yuen, M. Ishizawa, G. Mo, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, B. Chen, and S. Maksyutov, 2007. Global monthly CO2 flux inversion with focus over North America. Tellus, 59B: 179-190. Full pdf file

120. Canisius F., and J. M. Chen, 2007. Retrieving forest background reflectance in a boreal region from Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) Data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 107: 312-321. Full pdf file

119. Chen, J. M., B. Chen, and P. Tans 2007. Deriving daily carbon fluxes from hourly CO2 mixing ratios measured on the WLEF tall tower: an upscaling methodology. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 112, G01015, doi:10.1029/2006JG000280.
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118. Grant R.F., Zhang Y. , Yuan F., Wang S., Hanson P.J., Gaumont-Guay, D., Chen J., Black T.A., Barr A., Baldocchi D.D., Arain A. 2006. Modelling water stress effects on CO2 and energy exchange in temperate and boreal deciduous forests. Ecological Modelling. 196: 289-312.

117. Chen, X. F., J. M. Chen, S. Q. An, Y. H. Liu, X. Q. Fang, S. M. Wang, 2006. Comparing the estimates of forest leaf area index from Landsat TM data using different atmospheric correction methods. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 25: 269-773. Full pdf file

116. Ishizawa, M., D. Chan, K. Higuchi, S. Maksyutov3, C.-W. Yuen, J. M. Chen and D. Worthy, 2006. Rectifier effect in an atmospheric model with daily biospheric fluxes: impact on inversion calculation. Tellus, 58B, 467-462. Full pdf file

115. Baret, F., J. Morissette, R. Fernandes, J. L. Champeaux, R. Myneni, J. M. Chen, S. Plummer, M. Weiss, C. Becour, and G. Derive. 2006. Evaluation of the representativeness of networks of sites for the valiation of inter-comparison of global land biophysical products, Proposition of the CEOS-BELMANIP. IEEE Transactions on Geiscience and Remote Sensing, 44: 1794-1803. Full pdf file

114. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, L. Huang, and P. Tans, 2006. Simulating dynamics of 13CO2 in the planetary boundary layer over a boreal forest region: An approach to estimate carbon isotope rectification. Tellus 58B, 537-549. Full pdf file

113. Ju, W., J. M. Chen, T. A. Black, A. Barr, J. Liu, and B. Chen, 2006. Modeling coupled water and carbon fluxes in a boreal aspen forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 140: 136-151.

112. Gobron, N., B. Pinty, O. Aussedat, J. M. Chen, W. Cohen, R. Fensholt, V. Gond, K. F. Hummerich, T. Lavergne, F. Melin, J. L. Privette, I. Sandholt, M. Taberner, D. P. Turner, M. M. Verstraete, and J.-L. Widlowski. 2006. Evaluation of FAPAR products for different canopy radiation transfer regimes: methodology and results using JRC products derived from SeaWiFS against ground-based estimations. Journal of Geophysical Research 111, D13110, doi:10.1029/2005JD006511.

111. Chen, J. M., A. Govind, O. Sonnentag, Y. Zhang, A. Barr, and B. Amiro. 2006. Leaf area index measurements at Fluxnet Canada forest sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 140: 257-268. Full pdf file

110. Zhou, S, J. M. Chen, P. Gong, and G. Xue, 2006. Effect of heterogeneous vegetation on the surface hydrological cycle. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 23: 391-404

109. Chen, B, J. M. Chen, L. Huang L, and P. P. Tans, 2006. Modeling dynamics of stable carbon isotopic exchange between boreal ecosystems and the atmosphere. Global Change Biol. , 12: 1842-1867. Full pdf file

108. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, and M. Chen, 2006. Automated Erratic Cubic-Spline Capping Method for Reconstructing Seasonal Trajectories of a Surface Parameter Derived from Remote Sensing. IEEE Transactions of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44: 2230-2238 Full pdf file

107. Deng, F., J. M. Chen, S. Plummer, and M. Chen, 2006. Global LAI algorithm integrating the bidirectional information. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44: 2219-2229. Full pdf file

106. Chen, J. M., B. Chen, K. Higuchi, J. Liu, D. Chan, D. Worthy, P. Tans, and T. A. Black, 2006. Boreal ecosystems sequestered more carbon in warmer years. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 33, No. 10, L10803. Full pdf file

105. El Maayar, M., and J. M. Chen, 2006. Methodology for spatial scaling in ET under the influence of variable topography and vegetation. Remote Sensing of Environment, 102: 33-51. Full pdf file

104. Chen, X. F., S. Q. An, J. M. Chen, W. H., Liu, C. Xu, and H. B. Yang, 2006. A review of forest ecosystem biophysical parameter retrieval from remote sensing data. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 24(9): 1074-1079.

103. Coursolle, C., H. A. Margolis, A. G. Barr, T. A. Black, B. D. Amiro, J. H. McCaughey, L. B. Flanagan, P. M. Lafleur, N. T. Roulet, C. P.-A. Bourque, M. A. Arain, S. C. Wofsy, A. Dunn, K. Morgenstern, A. L. Orchansky, P. Y. Bernier, J. M. Chen, J. Kidston, N. Saigusa, and Newell Hedstrom. 2006. Late-summer carbon fluxes from Canadian forests and peatlands along an east-west continental transect. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36: 783-800. Full pdf file

102. Ju, W., J. M. Chen, T. A. Black, H. McCaughey, and N. Roulet, 2006. Hydrological Effects on Carbon Cycles of Canada's Forests and Wetlands. Tellus B, 58: 16-30 Full pdf file

101. Higuchi, K., A. Shashkov, D. Chan, N. Saigusa, S. Murayama, S. Yamamoto, H. Kondo, J. M. Chen, J. Liu and B. Chen, 2005. Simulations of Seasonal and Inter-annual Variability of Net CO2 Flux at Takayama with BEPS Ecosystem Model. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 134: 143-150. Full pdf file

100. Zhang Y., J. M. Chen, and John Miller, 2005. Determining exposure of digital hemispherical photographs for leaf area index estimation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 133: 166-181. Full pdf file

99. Leblanc, S. G., J. M. Chen, H. P. White, R. Latifvic, J. R. Roujean, and R. Lacaze, 2005. Canada-wide foliage clumping index mapping from multi-angular POLDER measurements. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 31: 364-376. Full pdf file

98. Chen, J. M., 2005. Satellite Imagery for Mapping the Carbon Source and Sink Distribution in Canada's Forests and Wetlands. Physics in Canada. (Invited featured article), 61: 19-26. Full pdf file

97. Grant R.F., A. Arain, V. Arora, A. Barr, T. A. Black, J. M. Chen, S. Wang, F. Yuan, Y. Zhang, 2005. Intercomparison of techniques to model high temperature effects on CO2 and energy exchange in temperate and boreal coniferous forests. Ecological Modelling, 188: 217-252. Full pdf file

96. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, and D. Worthy, 2005. Interannual variability in the atmospheric CO2 rectification over a boreal forest region. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 110 D16301 doi10.1029/2004JD005546.
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95. Chen, J. M., C. H. Menges, and S. G. Leblanc, 2005. Global derivation of the vegetation clumping index from multi-angular satellite data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 97: 447-457 Full pdf file

94. Liu, J. X., J. M. Chen, D. T. Price, and S. Liu, 2005. NCWin - A component object model (COM) for processing and visualizing NETCDF DATA. Cartographic Journal, 42: 69-77

93. Liu, J. X., D. T. Price, J. M. Chen, M. Siltanen, 2005. Nitrogen Budget and Nitrogen controls on Ecosystem Carbon Sequestration: A Model Implementation and Application to Saskatchewan, Canada. Ecological Modeling, 186: 178-195. Full pdf file

92. Latifovic, R., J. Fytas, J. M. Chen, and J. Paraszczak, 2005. Assessing landcover change resulting from large surface mining. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 7: 29-48. Full pdf file

91. Leblanc, S. G., J. M. Chen, R. Fernandes, D. W. Deering, and A. Conley, 2005. Methodology comparison for canopy structure parameters extraction from digital hemispherical photography in boreal forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 129:187-207. Full pdf file

90. Zhou, S. G. Peng, X. Genyuan, J. M. Chen, H. Zhang. 2005. The SIA method for the spatial analysis of precipitation resources in the upper-middle reaches of the Yangtze. Journal of Geographical Science, 15(2):223~238

89. Chen, J. M., X. Chen and W. Ju, X. Geng, 2005 A remote sensing-driven distributed hydrological model: mapping evapotranspiration in a forested watershed. J. Hydrology 305:15-39. Full pdf file

88. Ju, W., and J. M. Chen, 2005 Distribution of soil carbon stocks in Canada's forests and wetland simulated based on drainage class, topography and remote sensing. Hydrological Processes, 19:77-94. Full pdf file

87. Sun R., J. M. Chen, Y. Zhou, Q. Zhu, J. Liu, J. Li, S. Liu, G. Yan, S. Tang. 2004 Estimation of net primary productivity and evapotranspiration in Changbaishan, China using ETM data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 30:731-742. Full pdf file

86. Xu, S. J. M. Chen, R. Fernandes and J. Cihlar. 2004. Effects of subpixel water area fraction on mapping leaf area index and net primary productivity in Canada. Canadian Journal for Remote Sensing, 30: 797-804.

85. Zhou, S., X. Liang, J. M. Chen, 2004. A surface hydrological model based on remote sensing data and its evaluation, an example of Baohe Basin. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 30: 840-853 Full pdf file

84. Chan, D., K. Higuchi, C.W. Yuen, J. Liu, A. Shashkov, J. M. Chen, 2004. On the CO2 exchange be3ween the atmosphere and the biosphere: the role of synoptic and mesoscale processes. Tellus B. 56: 194-212. Full pdf file

83. Liu, J. Y., S. Wang, J. M. Chen, M. Liu, D. Zhuang, 2004. Storages of soil organic carbon and nitrogen and land use changes in China 1990-2000. Acta Geographica Sinica, 59: 483-496.

82. Simic A., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, F. Csillag, 2004. Spatial scaling of net primary productivity using subpixel information. Remote Sensing of Environment, 93:246-258. Full pdf file

81. Chen, B., J. M.Chen, J. Liu, D. Chan, K. Higutchi, and A. Shashkov, 2004. A Vertical Diffusion Scheme to Estimate the Atmospheric Rectifier Effect. J. Geophy. Res. 109, D04306, doi:10,1029 / 2003JD003925
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80. Gamon,J. A., K.F. Huemmrich, J. M. Chen, D. Fuentes, F.G. Hall, J.S. Kimball, S. Goetz, J. Gu, K.C. McDonald, J.R. Miller, M. Moghaddam, D.R. Peddle, A.F. Rahman, J.-L. Roujean, E. A. Smith, C.L. Walthall, P. Zarco-Tejada. 2004. Remote sensing in BOREAS: lessons learned. Remote Sensing of Environment 89:139-162. Full pdf file

79. Cihlar, J., R. Latifovic, J. M. Chen, A. Trishchenko, Y. Du, G. Fedosejevs, and B. Guidon, 2004. Systematic corrections of AVHRR image composites for temporal studies. Remote Sensing of Environment, 89:217-233. Full pdf file

78. Hu, B., J. R. Miller, J. M. Chen, and A. Hollinger, 2004. Retrieval of the Canopy Leaf Area Index in the BOREAS Flux Tower Sites Using Linear Spectral Mixture Analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment 89:189-199.
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77. Fernandes, R. A., J. R. Miller, J. M. Chen, and I. G. Rubinstein, 2004. Evaluating Image Based Estimates of Leaf Area Index in Boreal Conifer Stands over a Range of Scales using High-Resolution CASI Imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 89: 200-216. Full pdf file

76. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, and J. Cihlar, 2003. Mapping Evapotranspiration Based on Remote Sensing: An Application to Canada's Landmass. Water Resources Research 39:1189-1200. Full pdf file

75. Latifovic, R., J. Cihlar, and J. M. Chen, 2003. A comparison of BRDF models for the normalization of satellite optical data to a standard sun-target-sensor geometry. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 41(8):1889-1998. Full pdf file

74. Amiro, B. D., and J. M. Chen, 2003. Forest-fire-scar dating using SPOT-VEGETATION for Canadian ecoregions. Canadian Journal for Forest Research 33:1116-1125.

73. Amiro, B. D., J. I. MacPherson, R. L. Desjardins, J. M. Chen, and J. Liu, 2003. Post-fire carbon fluexes in the western Canadian boreal forest: evidence from towers, aircraft and remote sensing. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 115:91-107. Full pdf file

72. Chen, J. M., J. Liu, S. G., Leblanc, R. Lacaze, and J.-L. Roujean. 2003. Multi-angular optical remote sensing for assessing vegetation structure and carbon absorption. Remote Sensing of Environment 84: 516-525 Full pdf file

71. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, J. Cihlar, D. Price, J. Liu, W. Chen, J. Pan, T. A. Black, and A. Barr, 2003. Spatial distribution of carbon sources and sinks in Canada's forests based on remote sensing. Tellus B. 55(2): 622-642.
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70. Gong, P., M. Xu, J. Chen, J. M. Chen, Y. Qi, G. Biging, J. Liu, and S. Wang, 2002. A preliminary study on the carbon dynamics of China's terrestrial ecosystems in the past 20 years, Earth Science Frontiers, 9(1):55-61.

69. White, H. P., J. M. Chen, J. R. Miller, 2002. Four-Scale Linear Model for Anisotropic Reflectance (FLAIR), II. Partial Validation with Field Measurements. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 40(5): 1038-1046. Full pdf file

68. Chen, W, J. M. Chen, D. T. Price and J. Cihlar, 2002. Effects of stand age on net primary productivity of boreal black spruce forests in Canada. Canadian Journal for Forest Research, 32: 833-842.

67. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, W. Chen, 2002. Remote sensing based estimation of net primary productivity over Canadian landmass. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 11:115-129. Full pdf file

66. Cihlar, J., J. M. Chen, Z. Li, R. Latifovic, G. Fedosejevs, M. Adair, W. Park, R. Fraser, A. Trishchenko, B. Guindon, D. Stanley, and D. Morse, 2002. GeoComp - n, an advanced system for the processing of coarse and medium resolution satellite data. Part 2: biophysical products for northern ecosystems. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 28:21-44.

65. Lacaze, R., J. M. Chen, J.-L. Roujean, and S. G. Leblanc, 2002. Retrieval of vegetation clumping index using hot spot signatures measured by POLDER instrument. Remote Sensing of Environment, 79: 84-95.
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64. Chen, J. M., G. Pavlic , L. Brown, J. Cihlar, S.G. Leblanc, H. P. White, R. J. Hall, D. Peddle, D.J. King, J. A. Trofymow, E. Swift, J. Van der Sanden, and P. Pellikka, 2002. Validation of Canada-wide leaf area index maps using ground measurements and high and moderate resolution satellite imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 80:165-184 Full pdf file

63. Leblon, B., M. Alexander, J. M. Chen, and S. White. 2001. Monitoring fire danger of northern boreal forests with NOAA-AVHRR NDVI images. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 22:2839-2846. Full pdf file

62. Leblanc, S.G. and J. M. Chen, 2001. A practical method for correcting multiple scattering effects on optical measurements of leaf area index. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology., 110:125-139. Full pdf file

61. Miller, J. R., and J. M. Chen, 2001. Surface environment: Earth observations. Physics in Canada, 57: 287-296.

60. Amthor, J. S., J. M. Chen, J. S. Clein, S. E. Frolking, M. L. Goulden, R. F. Grant, J. S. Kimball, A. W. King, A. D. McGuire, N. T. Nikolov, C. S. Potter, S. Wang, and S. C. Wofsy, 2001. Boreal forest CO2 exchange and evapotranspiration predicted by nine ecosystem process models: Inter-model comparisons and relations to field measurements. J. Geophys. Res., 106: 33,623- 33,648. Full pdf file

59. Potter, C. S. , S. Wang, N. T. Nikolov, A. D. McGuire, J. Liu, A. W. King, J. S. Kimball, R. F. Grant, S. E. Frolking, J. S. Clein, J. M. Chen, and J. S. Amthor. 2001. Comparison of boreal ecosystem model sensitivity to variablity in climate and forest site parameters J. Geophys. Res., 106: 33,671- 33,688. Full pdf file

58. Cihlar, J., L. Tcherednichenko, R. Latifovic, Z. Li, and J. M. Chen. 2001. Impact of variable atmospheric water vapour content on AVHRR data corrections over land. IEEE Transactions for Geoscience and Remote Sensing 39:173-180. Full pdf file

57. White, P. H., J. R. Miller and J. M. Chen, 2001. Four-Scale Linear Model for Anisotropic Reflectance (FLAIR) for Plant Canopies. I: Model Description and Partial Validation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. 39, No. 5, May, pp.1073-1083. Full pdf file

56. Chen, J. M. and S. G. Leblanc, 2001. Multiple-scattering scheme useful for hyperspectral geometrical optical modelling. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing Vol. 39, No. 5, May, pp.1061-1071.
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55. Leblanc, S. G. and J. M. Chen, 2001. A Windows Graphic User Interface (GUI) for the Five-Scale model for fast BRDF simulations. Remote Sensing Reviews 19:293-305.

54. Chen, W., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, 2000. Integrated terrestrial ecosystem carbon-budget model based on changes in disturbance, climate, and atmospheric chemistry. Ecological Modelling 135: 55-79. Full pdf file

53. Chen, J. M., W. Chen, J. Liu, J. Cihlar, 2000. Annual carbon balance of Canada's forests during 1895-1996. Global Biogeochemical Cycle, Vol. 14 , No. 3 , Pp 839-850. Full pdf file

52. Chen, W.J., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, and J. Cihlar, 2000. Approaches for reducing uncertainties in regional forest carbon balance', Global Biogeochemical Cycle, Vol. 14 , No. 3 , Pp 827-838. Full pdf file

51. Chen, J. M., X. Li, T. Nilson, and A. Strahler, 2000. Recent advances in geometrical optical modelling and its applications. Remote Sensing Reviews, Vol 18, no. 2-4, Pp 227-262.

50. Chen, W. J., J. M. Chen, D. T. Price, J. Cihlar, and J., Liu, J. 2000. Carbon offset potentials of four alternative forest management strategies in Canada: A simulation study. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 5(2):143-169. Full pdf file

49. Amiro, B. D., J. M. Chen and J. Liu, 2000. Net primary productivity following forest fire for Canadian ecoregions. Canadian Journal for Forest Research, 30:939-947. Full pdf file

48. Brown, L. J., J. M. Chen, and S. G. Leblanc, 2000. Short wave infrared correction to the simple ratio: an image and model analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment, 71:16-25. Full pdf file

47. Cihlar, J., R. Latifovic, J. M. Chen, J. Beaubien, Z. Li, 2000. Selecting representative high resolution sample images for land cover studies. Part 1: methodology. Remote Sensing of Environment, 71:26-42. Full pdf file

46. Cihlar, J., R. Latifovic, J. M. Chen, J. Beaubien, Z. Li, 2000. Selecting representative high resolution sample images for land cover studies. Part 2: application to estimating land cover composition. Remote Sensing of Environment . 72:127-138. Full pdf file

45. Cihlar, J., R. Latifovic, J. M. Chen,. and Z. Li. 1999. "Testing near-real time detection of contaminated pixels in AVHRR composites," Canadian Journal for Remote Sensing, 25: 160-170.

44. Chen, J. M., S. G. Leblanc, J. R. Miller, J. Freemantle, S. E. Loechel, C. L. Walthall, K. A. Innanen, H. P.White, 1999. Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager (CASI) used for Mapping Biophysical Parameters of Boreal Forests. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere, 104 (D22):27,945-27,948. Full pdf file

43. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, and W. Chen. 1999. Net primary productivity distribution in the BOREAS study region from a process model driven by satellite and surface data. Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 104, No. D22, pages 27,735-27,754.

42. Chen, J. M., J. Liu, J. Cihlar and M. L. Guolden, 1999. Daily canopy photosynthesis model through temporal and spatial scaling for remote sensing applications. Ecological Modelling, 124:99-119. Full pdf file

41. Chen, J. M. 1999. Spatial scaling of a remotely sensed surface parameter by contexture. Remote Sensing of Environment 69:30-42.
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40. Chen, J. M., S. G. Leblanc, J. Cihlar, R. Desjardins and J. I. MacPherson, 1999. Extending aircraft and tower-based CO2 flux measurements to a boreal region using a Landsat TM landcover map. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere 104: 16859-16877. Full pdf file

39. Leblanc, S. G., P. Bicheron, J. M. Chen, M. Leroy, and J. Cihlar. 1999. Investigation of bidirectional reflectance of boreal forests using airborne POLDER and the 4-scale model. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 37:1396-1414. Full pdf file

38. Cihlar, J., J. M. Chen, Z. Li, F. Huang, and R. Latifovic, and R. Dixon. 1998. Can interannual land surface signal be discerned in composite AVHRR data? Journal of Geophysical Research 103: 23163-23172. Full pdf file

37. Cihlar, J., Q. Xiao, J. M. Chen, J. Beaubien, K. Fung, and R. Latifovic, 1998. Classification by progressive generalization: a new automated methodology for remote sensing multichannel data. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 19: 2685-2704. Full pdf file

36. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1997, A hotspot function in a simple bidirectional reflectance model for satellite applications. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102:25,907-25,913. Full pdf file

35. Chen, J. M. and S. Leblanc, 1997. A 4-scale bidirectional reflection model based on canopy architecture. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 35:1316-1337. Full pdf file

34. Chen, J. M., P. M. Rich, T. S. Gower, J. M. Norman, S. Plummer, 1997. Leaf area index of boreal forests: theory, techniques and measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research. 102:29,429-29,444. Full pdf file

33. Chen, J. M., P. Blanken, T. A. Black., M. Guilbeault, and S. Chen, 1997. Radiation regime and canopy architecture of a boreal aspen forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 86:107-125. Full pdf file

32. Cihlar, J., J. M. Chen, Z. Li, 1997. Seasonal AVHRR composite multichannel data sets for scaling up. Journal of Geophysical Research. 102:29,625-29,640.

31. Cihlar, J., J. M. Chen and Z. Li, 1997. On the validation of satellite-derived products for land applications. Canadian Journal for Remote Sensing 23:381-389.

30. Leblanc, S. G., J. M. Chen and J. Cihlar, 1997. Directionality of NDVI in boreal forests. Canadian Journal for Remote Sensing 23:369-380.

29. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, and W. Park, 1997, A process-based Boreal Ecosystems Productivity Simulator using remote sensing inputs. Remote Sensing of Environment 62:158-175. Full pdf file

28. Miller, J. R., H. P. White, J. M. Chen, G. McDermid, D. Peddle, R. Fournier, P. Shephard, I. Rubinstein, J. Freemantle, R. Soffer, E. LeDrew, 1997, Seasonal change in the mean understory reflectance at BOREAS flux-tower sites and its application to canopy vegetation index determination. Journal of Geophysical Research. 102:29,475-29,482. Full pdf file

27. Cihlar, J., J. Beaubien, Q. Xiao, J. M. Chen, Z. Li, 1997. Land cover of the BOREAS Region from AVHRR and Landsat data. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 23:163-175.

26. Cihlar, J. H. Ly, Z. Li, J. M. Chen, H. Pokrant, and F. Huang, 1997. Multitemporal, multichannel AVHRR data sets for land biosphere studies: artifacts and corrections. Remote Sensing of Environment 60:35-57. Full pdf file

25. Loechel, S. E., C. L. Walthall, E. Brown de Colstoun, J. M. Chen, B. L. Markham, and J. Miller, 1997. Model-based analysis of canopy and understory reflectances at BOREAS. Journal of Geophysical Research. 102:29,495-29,494.

24. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1996. Retrieving leaf area index for boreal conifer forests using Landsat TM images. Remote Sensing of Environment, 55:153-162. Full pdf file

23. Chen, J. M., 1996. Optically-based methods for measuring seasonal variation in leaf area index of boreal conifer forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 80:135-163. Full pdf file

22. Chen, J. M., 1996. Canopy architecture and remote sensing of the fraction of photosynthetically active radiation in boreal conifer stands. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 34:1353-1368. Full pdf file

21. Chen, J. M., 1996. Evaluation of vegetation indices and a modified simple ratio for boreal applications. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 22:229-242. Full pdf file

20. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, T. A. Black and M. D. Novak, 1996. E-e modeling of turbulent airflow downwind of a model forest edge. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 77:21-44.

19. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1995. Quantifying the effect of canopy architecture on optical measurements of leaf area index using two gap size analysis methods. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 33:777-787. Full pdf file

18. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1995. Plant canopy gap size analysis theory for improving optical measurements of leaf area index. Applied Optics, 34:6211-6222. Full pdf file

17. Chen, J. M. and T. R. Oke, 1994, Mixed-layer heat advection and entrainment during the sea breeze. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 68:139-158.

16. Chen, J. M., T. A. Black, D. T. Price and R. Carter, 1993. Model for calculating photosynthetic photon flux densities in forest openings on slope. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 32:1656-1665.

15. Smith, N. J., J. M. Chen, and T. A. Black. 1993. Effects of foliage clumping on estimates of stand leaf area density using the LICOR LAI-2000. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 23:1940-1943.

14. Chen, J. M. and T. A. Black, 1992. Foliage area and architecture of clumped plant canopies from sunfleck size distributions. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 60:249-266.

13. Chen, J. M. and T. A. Black, 1992. Defining leaf area index for non-flat leaves. Plant, Cell and Environment, 15:421-429.

12. Chen, J. M., T. A. Black and R. S. Adams, 1991. Evaluation of hemispherical photography for determining plant area index and geometry of a forest stand. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 56:129-143.

11. Chen, J. M. and T. A. Black, 1991. Measuring leaf area index of plant canopies with branch architecture. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 57:1-12.

10. Black, T. A., J. M. Chen, X. Lee and R. Sagar, 1991. Characteristics of shortwave and longwave irradiances under a Douglas-fir forest stand. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 21:1020-1028.

9. Yang, B. and J. M. Chen, 1990, Two-dimensional numerical analysis for evaporation process of bare soil. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 10:290-298.

8. Chen, J. M. and R. H. Zhang, 1989, Studies on the measurements of crop thermal emissivity and sky temperature. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 49:23-34.

7. Chen, J. M., B. J. Yang and R. H. Zhang, 1989, Soil thermal emissivity as affected by its water content and surface treatment. Soil Science, 148:433-435.

6. Chen, J. M., A. Ibbetson and J. R. Milford, 1988, Boundary layer resistances of artificial leaves in turbulent air, I: leaves parallel to the mean flow. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 45:137-156.

5. Chen, J. M., A. Ibbetson and J. R. Milford, 1988, Boundary layer resistances of artificial leaves in turbulent air, II: leaves inclined to the mean flow. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 45:371-390.

4. Chen, J. M., 1988, A critical fault in currently used remote-sensing evapotranspiration models and its correction. Chinese Science Bulletin, 33:454-457.

3. Chen, J. M., 1988, A model for angular distribution of sky longwave radiation. Chinese Science Bulletin, 33:1498-1501.

2. Chen, J. M. and D. Y. Yang, 1988, A comparison of evapotranspiration rates obtained from a remote sensing method and a lysimeter. Chinese Science Bulletin, 33:1577-1579.

1. Chen, J. M., 1988, Turbulent exchange between plants and atmosphere: a review of higher-order closure models and the turbulent trajectory theory. Geographical Research, 7:94-101.

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24. Chen, J. M., J. Whitney, J. Pan. 2016. Impact of Canada-China Environmental Research. Chapter in "Transforming Canada-China Educational Cooperation: Significant Legacies and Future Challenges" edited by R. Hayhoe, McGill University Press.

23. Liu, Y., R. Liu, and J. M. Chen, 2015. A long-term global leaf area index product retrieved using remote sensing data. Chapter 1, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 1-18. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

22. Chen, J. M., L. He, and R. Shang, 2015. Retrieval of vegetation clumping index using multi-angle remote sensing data. Chapter 2, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 19-47.. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

21. Jiao T., R. Liu, Y. Liu, and J. M. Chen, 2015. Retrieval of the reflectance of forest understorey using multi-angle remote sensing data. Chapter 3, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 48-68. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

20. Chen, J. M., and F. Jiang, 2015. Theory and methods of estimating the terrestrial carbon flux through atmospheric inversion. Chapter 13, In "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 246-253. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

19. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, and G. Mo, 2015. A nested atmospheric inversion system with a focus on North America and its results. Chapter 16, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 288-301. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

18. Jiang, F., H. Wang, J. M. Chen, 2015. A nested atmospheric inversion system centred on China and its results. Chapter 17, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 302-323. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

17. Chen, J. M., and F. Jiang, 2015. Improving and implementing a global carbon assimilation system. 2015. Chapter 18, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 324-326. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

16. Zhang, S., X. Zheng, J. M. Chen, Z. Chen, G. Wu., 2015. Global Carbon Assimilation System based on an improved Kalman Filter. Chapter 19, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 327-339. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

15. Li, Y., H. Zheng, J. M. Chen, W. Huang, B. Huang, L. Wang, S. Han, Y. Zhang, Y. Sheng, G. Wu. 2015. Global Carbon Assimilation System based on a dual optimization method. Chapter 20, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 340-358. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

14. Chen, Z., J. M. Chen, X. Zheng, Y. Qin, F. Jiang, S. Zhang, W. Ju, G. Mo., 2015. Ecosystem model parameter optimization based on atmospheric carbon flux inversion results. Chapter 21, in "Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods", edited by J. M. Chen et al., Pp. 359-367. China Science Press. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

13. Song C., J. M. Chen, T. Hwang, A.Gonsamo, H. Croft, Q. Zhang, M. Dannenberg, Y. Zhang, C. Hakkenberg, and J. Li. 2015. Ecological Characterization of Vegetation Using Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing in the Solar Reflective Spectrum. Chapter in "Remote Sensing Handbook" edited by P. S. Thenkabail, CRC Press. ISBN 9781482217957-CAT#K22130.

12. Chen, J. M., 2013. Remote sensing of the leaf area index of vegetation covers. Chapter in Remote Sensing of Natural Resources, CRC Press.

11. Chen, J.M. 2013. Introduction to global terrestrial carbon cycle and modeling and measurement techniques. Chapter in Review of Global Change Research (in Chinese), edited by P. Gong and S. Liang. Pp. 90-112. Higher Education Press, Beijing, ISBN978-7-04-033452-4.

10. Govind, A., and J. M. Chen, 2009. Mapping terrestrial carbon sources and sinks through remote sensing and modeling. Chapter in the book "Geomatics in Natural Resources Management". Eds: P. K. Joshi, P. Pani, S. N. Mohapatra. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN:978-160692-211-8.

9. Chen, J. M., 2009. Methods for simulating the spatiotemporal dynamics of the terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycle. Chapter in "Advanced Topics in Human Activity and Changes in Ecosystems" ed. by Dr. G. Yu et al., China High Education Press.

8. Cihlar, J. R. Latifovic, J. Beaubien, A. Trishchenko, J. M. Chen, and G. Fedosejevs, 2003. National scale forest information extraction from coarse and medium resolution satellite data. Part 1: data preprocessing and mapping land cover types. Chapter in "Methods and Applications for Remote Sensing of Forests: Concepts and Case Studies", Pp. 337-358, ed. by M. Wulder and S. Franklin, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston

7. Cihlar, J. R. Fernandes, R. Fraser, J. M. Chen, W. Chen, R. Latifovic, J. Liu, and Z. Li, 2003. National- scale forest information extraction from coarse resolution satellite data. Part 2: Forest biophysical parameters and processes. Chapter in "Methods and Applications for Remote Sensing of Forests: Concepts and Case Studies", Pp. 359-388, ed. by M. Wulder and S. Franklin, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston

6. Hall, F. G., A. K. Betts, S. Frolking, R. Brown, J. M. Chen, W. Chen, S. Halldin, D. Lettenmaier, and J. Schafer, 2004. The Boreal Climate. In Vegetation, Water, Humans and the Climate: A New Perspective on An Interactive System, Pp. 93-114, edited by Kabat et al. Springer, New York.

5. Chen, J. M., 1999. BOREAS RSS-07: Ground Measurements of LAI and FPAR. BOREAS Information System, DAAC CDROM. 22 Pages.

4. Chen, J. M., and J. Cihlar, 1999. BOREAS RSS-07: Regional LAI and FPAR Images From 10-day AVHRR-LAC Composites. BOREAS Information System, DAAC CDROM. 16 Pages.

3. Chen, J. M., and X. Geng, 1999. BOREAS RSS-07: LAI images from Landsat TM over Southern Study Area and Northern Study Area. BOREAS Information System, DAAC CDROM. 12 Pages.

2. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, and J. Cihlar, 1999. BOREAS RSS-16: regional net primary productivity map. BOREAS Information System, DAAC CDROM, 12 pages.

1. Chen, J. M., T. A. Black, and M. D. Novak, 1995. A wind-tunnel study of turbulent air flow in forest openings. Wind and Trees. ed. by M. P. Coutts and J. Grace. Chapter 4. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 71-87.

c. Books or Special Issue Edited

4. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, R. Liu, Y., Li, and F. Jiang, 2015. Terrestrial Remote Sensing and Global Carbon Assimilation Methods. Edited book, China Science Press. Pp. 371. ISBN 978-7-03-045959-6.

3. Chen, J. M., P. White, 2008. Quantitative retrieval of surface properties from optical remote sensing: Advancing applications with models. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Special issue.

2. Chen, J. M., S. Thomas, Y. Yin, 2007. Carbon Sequestration in China's Forest Ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Management. Special Issue.

1. Gong P., and J. M. Chen, 2004. Remote Sensing Applications to Hydrological Studies. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Special Issue.

 

Non-Refereed Publications

-Conference proceedings (partial list, stopped tracing after 2008)

55. Chen, J. M., 2008, Upscaling the carbon flux from tower to region using remote sensing imagery. Proceedings of the International Symposium on CO2 Flux Monitoring Technology, National University of Taiwan, December 15-19, 2008.

54. Deng F., J. M. Chen, C.-W. Yuen, M. Ishizawa1, G. Mo, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, B. Chen, and S. Maksyutov, 2005, Global Monthly CO2 Flux Inversion With Focus Over North America, ICDC7, Denver, CO, USA.

53. Plummer S., O. Arino, F. Fierens, J. M. Chen, G. Dedieu, D. Di Cola, and M. Simon, 2004. The GLOBCARBON initiative: multi-sensor estimation of global biophysical products for global terrestrial carbon studies. Proceedings, 2nd VEGETATION Users Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 24-26 May 2004, VITO.

52. Plummer S., A. Olivier, F. Fierens, J. M. Chen, G. Dedieu, S. Muriel, W. Cramer, C. Philippe, S. Quegan, S. Schultz, and J. Hoelzemann, 2004, The GLOBCARBON Initiative: multi-sensor estimation of global biophysical products for global terrestrial carbon studies. ENVISAT-ERS SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS, Salzburg, Austria, 6-10 Sept 2004, European Space Agency, SP-572-ENVISAT.

51. Chen, B., J. M. Chen, K. Higutchi, D. Chan, and A. Shashkov, 2002. A Model for Interpreting High-Tower CO2 Concentration Records for the Surface Carbon Balance Information, AGU 2002 Spring Meeting, Published as a supplement to Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 83, 19.p. 112.

50. Shen, S., J. M. Chen, L, Huang, B. Chen, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, A. Shashkov, 2002, Simulation of Carbon and Oxygen Isotopic Compositions of Air CO2 in a Black Spruce Stand, AGU 2002 Spring Meeting, Abstract Published as a supplement to Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 83, No.19, p.99

49. Leblanc, S. G., J. M. Chen , H. P. White, R. Latifovic, R. Fernandes, J.-L. Roujean and R. Lacaze.Mapping leaf area index heterogeneity over Canada using directional reflectance and anisotropy models.Proceedings of International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, 24-28 June 2002, Toronto.

48. Leblanc, S. G., R. Fernandes and J. M. Chen. Recent advancements in optical field leaf area index, foliage heterogeneity, and foliage angular distribution measurements. Proceedings of International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, 24-28 June 2002, Toronto

47. Zelic, A., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, F. Csillag. Algorithms for spatial scaling of net primary productivity using subpixel information. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Toronto, Canada, June 24-28, 2002.

46. Leblanc, S. G., S. Wang, R. Fernandes, H. Peter White, J. M. Chen. Implication of foliage spatial and angular distributions in environmental studies. Proceedings of 23rd Canadian Society of Remote Sensing Quebec City, August 21-24, 2001. 6 Pages

45. Fernandes, R., H.P. White, S. G. Leblanc, G. Pavlic, H. McNairn, J.M. Chen, D. King, E. Seed, I. Olthof, R. Hall. Examination of Error Propagation in Relationships between Leaf Area Index and Spectral Vegetation Indices from Landsat TM and ETM. Proceedings of 23rd Canadian Society of Remote Sensing, Quebec City, August 21-24, 2001. 6 Pages.

44. White, H. P., S. G. Leblanc, J. M. Chen, R. Lacaze, and J.-L. Roujean. Mapping biophysical parameters with modeled and inverted functions from directional satellite measurements. Proceedings of 23rd Canadian Society of Remote Sensing, Quebec City, August 21-24, 2001. 6 Page.

43. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, W. Chen, W. Ju, J. Liu, D. Price, B. Amiro, A. Black, A. Barr, and H. McCaughey, 2001 Spatial Distribution of Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks Based on Remote Sensing. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Carbon Dioxide. October 2001, Sendai, Japan. 4 Pages.

42. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J., and J. Cihlar, 2001. Estimating Canada-wide evapotranspiration based on remote sensing, The GEWEX workshop, Hamilton, Ontario, 7-9 November 2001. 6 pages

41. Chan, D., K. Yuen, J. Liu, A. Shashkov, K. Higuch, and J. M. Chen, J., 2001. Simulation of the exchange processes between the biosphere and atmosphere at the regional scale using a coupled atmosphere-ecosystem model. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Carbon Dioxide. October 2001, Sendai, Japan. 4 Pages.

40. Beaubien J. , D. Blain, J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, R. Fernandes, R. Fraser, R. Latifovic, D. Peddle, C. Tarnocai, D. Trant, M. Wulder Satellite Information for Landcover of Canada (SILC); Workshop Report, Ottawa, Ontario, August 14-15 , edited by: B. Guindon , 2000

39. Cihlar J., D. McKenney, A. Barr, P. Bernier, J. M. Chen, W. Chen, R. Desjardins, L. Flanagan, E. Gregorich, D. Harvey, S. Jones, R. Laprise, J. Liu, S. McGinn. CCOS-Terre Development: Needs, Initial Observing System, and Implementation Strategy; Report of a Workshop , 2000 , 59 p.

38. Chen, J. M., J. Liu, S. G. Leblanc, J.-L. Roujean, and R. Lacaze (2001) "Utility of Multi-angle Remote Sensing for Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Modeling." Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Physical Signatures and Measurements in Remote Sensing, Aussois, France, 8-13 January, 2001. 12 pages

37. Leblanc, S. G. J. M. Chen, P. H. White, J. Cihlar, R. Lacaze, J.-L. Roujean, R. Latifovic, (2001) "Mapping vegetation clumping index from directional satellite measurements". Proceedings of the Symposium on Physical Signatures and Measurements in Remote Sensing, Aussois, France, 8-13 January, 2001. 10 pages.

36. Peddle, D. R., R. L. Johnson, J. Cihlar, S. G. Leblanc, and J. M. Chen, 1999.MFM-5-Scale: A Physically-Based Inversion Modeling Approach for Unsupervised Cluster Labeling and Independent Landcover Classification and Description. Proceedings of 22nd Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. 6 pages.

35. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, W. Chen, and J. Liu, 1999. Assessing terrestrial carbon sinks using space-borne imageries, historical data and models: an example for boreal ecosystems. Proceedings of ALPS 99. In International Symposium on the Contribution New Generation Spaceborne Sensors to Global Change Studies (4 pages). Meribel, France, 18-22 January 1999.

34. Chen, J. M., J. Liu and J. Cihlar, 1999. A daily NPP model for temporal and spatial up-scaling for plant physiology using space-borne data. Proceedings of ALPS 99. In InternationalWorkshop on Remote Sensing and Vegetation Productivity (4 pages). Meribel, France, 18-22 January 1999.

33. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, and W. Chen, 1999. The role of remote sensing in determining multiple-year carbon absorption by Canadian forests. Abstract of IGARSS' 99, Hamburg, Germany, 28 June-02 July 1999.

32. Chen, J. M., L. Brown, J. Cihlar, S. G. Leblanc, R. J. Hall, D. Peddle, D. King, J. A. Trofymow, E. Swift, J. Verdersanden, J. Luther, M. Wulder, 1999. Validation of Canada-wide LAI/FPAR maps using satellite data. Proceedings of the Fourth International Airborne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition/21th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Canadian Remote Sensing Society and ERIM International, Inc., pp II-123-II-128, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 21-24 June 1999.

31. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, W. Chen, and G. Pavlic, 1999. Quantifying the spatial distribution of evapotranspiration with satellite data. Proceedings of the Fourth International Airborne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition/21th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Canadian Remote Sensing Society and ERIM International, Inc., pp I-730-I-736, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 21-24 June 1999.

30. Leblanc S. G. , J. M. Chen , J. R.Miller ,and J. Freemantle, 1999. Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager (CASI) Used for Mapping LAI of Cropland; Fourth International Airborne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition/21st Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 21-24 June, pp. I-297-303.

29. Chan D. , Yuen K. , Liu J. , Higuchi K. , Chen J. M. The Coupling of a Three-dimensional Regional Atmospheric Model to a Biospheric CO2 Flux Model; American Geographic Union Fall Conference, San Fancisco, California, USA, 13-17 December , 1999

28. Chen, J. M., R.L. Desjardins, S. G. Leblanc, J. Cihlar, J. I. MacPherson, P.H. Schuepp and E. Pattey. 1998. Estimating CO2 fluxes for a wide range of cover types. Proceedings of 23rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (4 pages), 2-7 November. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

27. Chen, J. M. J. Miller, J. Freemantle, S. G. Leblanc, M. Sarich, M. Beauchemin, P. White, K. Innanen., P. Shepherd. 1998. Radiometric and geometric analysis of airborne CASI measurements from boreal forests. Proceedings of 20th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. CDROM (4 pages). Calgary, May.

26. Leblanc, S. G. and J. M. Chen. 1998. LAI measurements in deciduous and coniferous forests with two optical instruments. Proceedings of International Workshop on Scaling and Modelling in Forestry: Applications in Remote Sensing and GIS. Montreal, Quebec. Pp119-125.

25. White, H. P., J. R. Miller and J. M. Chen. 1998. Inverse BRDF modeling of BOREAS conifer stands. Proceedings of IGARSS'98: Sensing and Manageing the Environment (3 pages). Seattle, USA. 6-10 July.

24. Leblanc, S. G. and J. M. Chen. 1998. Application of the 4-Scale radiative transfer model to remote sensing of boreal forests. Proceedings of IGARSS'98: Sensing and Manageing the Environment (3 pages). Seattle, USA. 6-10 July.

23. Liu, J., J. M. Chen, J. Cihlar, M. Goulden, W. Chen, M. Sarich, 1998. A Temporal Scaling Method for Quantifying Daily Photosynthesis Using Remote Sensing Data. Proceedings of the 20th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. CDROM (4 pages). Calgary, May 11-14.

22. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, L. Band, R. Desjardins, W. Gao, S. Goward, Z. Li, A. Royer, 1997. VEGETATION/SPOT for Northern Applications: Preliminary Results. Proceedings of 19th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. CDROM (6 pages). Ottawa.

21. Chen, J. M., S. G. Leblanc, J. Cihlar, P. Bicheron, M. Leroy, D. Deering and T. Eck, 1997. Studies of BRDF in conifer and deciduous boreal forests using the 4-Scale model and airborne POLDER and ground-based PARABOLA measurements. Proceedings of IGARSS'97. (3 Pages).

20. Walthall, C. L., S. E. Loechel, K. F. Huemmrich, E. Brown de Colston, J. M. Chen. B. L. Markham, J. Miller, E. A. Walter-Shea, 1997. Spectral information content of boreal forests. Proceedings of the seventh Internation Symposium on Physical Measurements and Signatures in Remote Sensing. Courchevel, France, April 7-11. (5 pages).

19. Beaubien, J. Cihlar, Q. Xiao, J. M. Chen, K. Fung and P. Harlburt, 1997. A new, nationally consistent, satellite-derived land cover of Canada: a comparison of two methodologies. Proceedings of International Symposium on Geomatics in the Era of RADARSAT, CDROM (6 pages). Ottawa.

18. Cihlar, J., Q. Xiao, J. M. Chen, J. Beaubien, K. Fung and F. Huang, 1997. A new digital methodology for classifying multispectral images. Proceedings of International Symposium on Geomatics in the Era of RADARSAT, CDROM (6 pages). Ottawa.

17. Li, Z., J. Cihlar, and J. Chen, 1997. A remote sensing system for northern ecosystem monitoring. Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Global Change (3 pages).

16. Staebler, R., J. Fuentes, H. Neumann, and J. Chen, 1997. Light interception by a temperate deciduous forest. Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation (3 pages).

15. Chen, J. M., Z. Li, and J. Cihlar, 1996. Remote Sensing for sustainable forest management. Proceedings of Eco-Informa'96: Global Networks for Environmental Information. Vol. 10, pp. 385-386.

14. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1996. Scaling effect on the retrieval of biophysical parameters using satellite-derived vegetation indices. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Astronautics: toward the next century in space. November 13-15, Appendix.

13. Chen, J. M., J. Liu, and J. Cihlar, 1996. Boreal Ecosystems Productivity Simulator (BEPS) using remote sensing, meteorological and soil data. Abstracts of 1996 Ecological Society of America, Vol. 77, pp. 77 (abstract).

12. Chen, J. M. and M. Guilbeault, 1996. Evaluation of vegetation indices for deriving biophysical parameters of boreal forests. Proceedings of 26th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment. Vancouver, Canada. Pp. 168-171.

11. Chen, J. M., 1996. A new optical instrument for measuring leaf area index based on a canopy gap size distribution theory. Preprints of 22nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Pp. 413-416. Atlanta, Georgia.

10. Chen, J. M. and S. Leblanc, 1996. A four-scale directional reflectance model based on plant canopy architecture and its inversion. Proceedings of IGARSS'96: Remote Sensing for Sustainable Future, Nebraska, USA. Vol. III, pp. 1651-1653

9. Leblanc, S. G. and J. M. Chen, 1996. Inversion of the 4-scale bidirectional reflectance model based on canopy architecture. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Astronautics: toward the next century in space. November 13-15, pp. 243-249.

8. Loechel, S. E., C. L. Walthall, E. B. de Colstoun, J. M. Chen, and B. L Markham, 1996. Spatial and temporal variability of surface cover at BOREAS using Reflectance from a helicopter platform. Proceedings of IGARSS'96: Remote Sensing for Sustainable Future, Nebraska, USA. Vol. I, pp. 586-590.

7. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, 1995. Algorithms for retrieving LAI and FPAR using Landsat TM data. Digest of 17th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Pp. 586-591. Saskatoon, Canada.

6. White, H. P., J. R. Miller, J. M. Chen, and D. R. Peddle, 1995. Seasonal change in mean understory reflectance for BOREAS sites: preliminary results. Digest of 17th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Pp. 182-187. Saskatoon, Canada.

5. Chen, J. M. and T. A. Black, 1991. Deriving foliage clumping index from sunfleck size distribution beneath plant canopies. Preprint of the 20th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Salt Lake City, USA. pp.127-130.

4. Lee, X., T. A. Black, J. M. Chen and R. M. Sagar, 1991. Turbulence fluxes above and within a Douglas-fir stand. Preprint of the 20th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Salt Lake City, USA. pp.143-146.

3. Sagar, R. M., T. A. Black, X. Lee and J. M. Chen, 1991. Heat transfer relationships for deer in Douglas-fir stands. Preprint of the 10th Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology, American Meteorological Society, Salt Lake City, USA. pp.129-132.

2. Chen, J. M., J. R. Milford and A. Ibbetson, 1987, Turbulent resonance in leaf boundary Layers. Preprint of the 18th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Purdue, USA. pp.8-9,

1. Chen, J. M., 1987, A theoretical study of an evapotranspiration model using remotely sensed plant canopy temperature. Preprint of the 18th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Purdue, USA. pp.134-135.

-Major Reports:

38. Chen, J. M., L. He, and J. Liu, 2016. Assimilation of Global Soil Moisture Data from SMAP in an Ecosystem model. First Progress Report to the Canadian Space Agency, 9 pages.

37. Chen, J. M., and A. Gonsamo, 2016. Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Carbon Cycles in Ontario's Far North. Phase 2 Progress. Report to Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. 23 pages.

36. Chen, J. M., L. He, and J. Liu, 2015. Assimilating Soil Moisture Data in an Ecosystem Model for SMAP Applications. Final Report to the Canadian Space Agency, 12 pages.

35. Chen, J. M., and A. Gonsamo, 2015. Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Carbon Cycles in Ontario's Far North. Progress. Report to Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. 16 pages.

34. Chen, J. M., C. Wu., A. Gonsamo, and K. Chang, 2014. Towards Developing the Next Generation of the Carbon Budget Model of the Canadian Forest Sector. Final Report to Natural Science and Engineering Council of Canada. 12 pages.

33. Birdsey, R. Y. Pan, M. Janowial, S. Stewart, S. Hines, L. Parker, S. Gower, J. Lichstein, K. McCullough, F. Zhang, J. M. Chen, David Mladenoff, C. Wayson and C. Swanston. Past and prospective carbon stocks in forests on northern Wisconsin: a report from the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Climate Change Response Framework. US Forest Service, USDA. 52 pages.

32. Chen, J. M., and A. Gonsamo, 2013. Forest carbon budget of far north Ontario under future climate change and fire disturbance scenarios results. Report to Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 13 pages.

31. Chen, J. M., and P. Czurylowizs, 2012. Mapping the forest carbon flux and stock in the Ontario far north using remote sensing and projecting their changes under future climate scenarios. Final report to Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 29 pages.

30. Chen, J. M., and P. Czurylowizs, 2011. Forest carbon cycle of Ontario far north: field measurements, remote sensing and modeling. Progress report to Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 26 pages.

29. Chen, J. M., 2011. Regional carbon cycle estimation using bottom-up and top-down approaches, as part of the Canadian Carbon Program. Final report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 17 pages.

28. Chen, J. M., 2010, Nested global inversion for North America carbon budget using 13C as an additional constraint. Final report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 29 pages.

27. Chen, J. M., 2010. Regional carbon cycle estimation using bottom-up and top-down approaches, as part of the Canadian Carbon Program. Progress report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 11 pages.

26. Chen, J. M., 2009, Regional carbon cycle estimation using bottom-up and top-down approaches, as part of the Canadian Carbon Program. Progress report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 11 pages.

25. Chen, J. M. and A. Simic, 2009, Refining the concept of combining hyperspetral and multi-angle sensors for land surface applications. Final report to the Canadian Space Agency and Technology Transfer Plan, 73 pages.

24. Chen, J. M., 2008, Nested global inversion for North America carbon budget using 13C as an additional constraint. Progress report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 10 pages.

23. Chen, J. M., 2008, Regional carbon cycle estimation using bottom-up and top-down approaches, as part of the Canadian Carbon Program. Progress report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 12 pages.

22. Chen, J. M., 2007, Nested global inversion for North America carbon budget using 13C as an additional constraint. Progress report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 14 pages.

21. Chen, J. M. and A. Simic, 2007, Refining the concept of combining hyperspetral and multi-angle sensors for land surface applications. Progress report to the Canadian Space Agency (Milestone 3), 33 pages.

20. Chen, J. M. and A. Simic, 2007, Refining the concept of combining hyperspetral and multi-angle sensors for land surface applications. Progress report to the Canadian Space Agency (Milestone 2), 28 pages.

19. Chen, J. M. and A. Simic, 2006, Refining the concept of combining hyperspetral and multi-angle sensors for land surface applications. Progress report to the Canadian Space Agency (Milestone 1), 26 pages.

18. Chen, J. M., and K. Higuchi, 2006. Ecosystem-coupled, nested atmospheric inversion for carbon cycle over Canada's landmass. Final report to Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, 8 pages

17. Chen, J. M. 2005. Tall tower CO2 measurements and modeling. Progress report to Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 4 pages

16. Chen, J. M., and K. Higuchi, 2005. Ecosystem-coupled, nested atmospheric inversion for carbon cycle over Canada's landmass. Progress report to Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, 8 pages

15. Chen J. M., and A. Simic, 2005. Hyperspectral retrieval of canopy structural and leaf chemical parameters. Final report to Canadian Forest Service, Victoria (scientific authority: Dr. D. Goodenough), 18 pages.

14. Chen J. M., and A. Simic, 2004. Hyperspectral retrieval of canopy structural and leaf chemical parameters. Progress report to Canadian Forest Service, Victoria (scientific authority: Dr. D. Goodenough), 5 pages.

13. Chen, J. M., and K. Higuchi, 2004. Ecosystem-coupled, nested atmospheric inversion for carbon cycle over Canada's landmass. Progress report to Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, 7 pages.

12. Chen, J. M., 2003. Retrieving carbon cycle information at the landscape level using air CO2 measurements. Final report to Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. 12 pages. 12/03

11. Chen, J. M., and F. Deng, 2003. Algorithms for Global LAI/FAPAR Estimation Using VGT and ATSR Satellite Imagery. Report to ESRIN, European Space Agency, GLBC/ESL-LAI-LUT, 81 pages. 02/10/03

10. Chen, J. M., M. Chen, F. Deng, 2003. Cubic Spline Smoothing (Modified LOESS) of the Seasonal Trajectory of Leaf Area. Report to ESRIN, European Space Agency, GLBC/ESL-LOESS, 21 pages. 30/08/03

9. Plummer, S., J. M. Chen., G.. Dedieu, and M. Simpson, 2002. GLOBCARBON Expert Support Laboratory Input and Output Definition, ESRIN, European Space Agency. GLBC/ESL/IODD version 1.0, 93 pages.

8. Cihlar,J., M. Heimann and R. Olson, G. Alexandrov, A. Belward, L. Brown, J. M. Chen, W. Chen, W. Cohen, R. Francey, J. Gosz, S. Gower, T. Igarashi, N. Jensen, P. Kabat, C. Liu, J. Morisette, F. Nachtergaele, S. Nilsson, D. Ojima, T. Parr, S. Plummer, M. Saket, R.Scholes, G. Seufert, J. Townshend, J. Tschirley, M. Wulder. "Terrestrial Carbon Observation" 5-8 June 2001, Frascati, Italy. Environment and Natural Resources Service Sustainable Development Department Food And Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, 2002. ISBN 92-5-104844-4.

7. Cihlar, J., A.S. Denning and J. Gosz. F. Ahern, F. Bretherton, J. M. Chen, C. Dobson, C. Gerbig, R. Gibson, R. Gommes, T. Gower, K. Hibbard, T. Igarashi, R. Olson, C. Potter, M. Raupach, S. Running, J. Townshend, D. Wickland, Y. Yasuoka. "Terrestrial Carbon Observation" The Ottawa assessment of requirements, status and next steps. 8-11 February 2000, Ottawa, Canada Environment and Natural Resources Service, Sustainable Development Department Food And Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, 2002. ISBN 92-5-104801-0

6. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, L. Band, R. Desjardins, W. Gao, S. Goward, Z. Li, and A. Royer, 2000. VEGETATION/SPOT for Northern Applications: Final Post-launch Report to International VEGETATION Users Committee, Toulouse, France. 42 pages.

5. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, L. Band, R. Desjardins, W. Gao, S. Goward, Z. Li, and A. Royer, 1998. VEGETATION/SPOT for Northern Applications: Final Pre-launch Report to International VEGETATION Users Committee, Toulouse, France. 38 pages.

4. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, L. Band, R. Desjardins, W. Gao, S. Goward, Z. Li, and A. Royer, 1997. VEGETATION/SPOT for Northern Applications: Second Progress Report to International VEGETATION Users Committee, Toulouse, France. 10 pages

3. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, L. Band, R. Desjardins, W. Gao, S. Goward, Z. Li, and A. Royer, 1996. VEGETATION/SPOT for Northern Applications: First Progress Report to International VEGETATION Users Committee, Toulouse, France. 27 pages.

2. Cihlar, J, L, Band, J. Beaubien, J. M. Chen, R. Dejardins, T. Fisher, C. Holling, Z. Li, A. Royer, B. Stocks, and P. Teillet, 1995. Northern Biosphere Observation and Modelling Experiment. Progress Report to NASA Mission to Planet Earth office.

1. Bunnell, F. L., T. A. Black, J. M. Chen, L. L. Kremsater, R. Sagar, X. Lee and R. J. Ketler, 1991. Managed stands for deer winter range program: final report. NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) File \#: 661-020/87.

Patents:

Patent (provisional): Chen, J. M. and A. Simic, 2008. Refining hyperspectral and multiangle remote sensing concept for vegetation assessment. Code US 61/126,413. 06/26/2008

Manuscripts/publications

Papers Submitted to Refereed Journals:
  1. Wang, R., J. M. Chen, and G. Pavlic, Winter leaf area index over evergreen coniferous forests and its impact on land surface albedo. Remote Sensing of Environment (submitted April 2015).
  2. Geng, J., J. M. Chen, L. Tu, Q. Tian, R. Yang, Y. Yang, C. Lv, W. Fan, and G. Zheng, Influence of exclusion distance among trees on gap fraction and foliage clumping index in forest plantations. Trees (submitted October 2015).
  3. Chen, Z., J. M. Chen, S. Zhang, X. Zheng, W. Ju, G. Mo, and X. Lu, Optimization of terrestrial ecosystem model parameters using atmospheric CO2 concentration data with a global carbon assimilation system (GCAS). Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences (submitted November 2015).
  4. Gonsamo, A. J. M. Chen, W. Ju. Ocean contributes to the increase in atmospheric CO2 amplitude. Geophysical Research Letters (submitted September 2016).
  5. Chen, J. M., G. Mo, and F. Deng. Global inversion of the surface CO2 flux with 13C constraint. Geoscientific Model Development (submitted December 2015).
  6. Luo, X., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, T. A. Black, H. Croft, R. Staefler, L. He, M. A. Arain, B. Chen, G. Mo, A. Gonsamo, H. McCaughey, Upscaling from leaf to canopy using a two-leaf scheme for evapotranspiration estimation through coupled carbon-water modeling. Water Resources Research (submitted January 2016).
  7. He, L., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, S. Belair, H McHaim and Aaron Berg, Diagnosis of the diurnal cycle of SMOS soil moisture at a tundra site. Remote Sensing Letters (submitted January 2016).
  8. Yu, Y., J. M. Chen, X. Yang, W. Fan, M. Li, and L. He. Influence of site index on the relationship between forest net primary productivity and stand age. iForest: Biogeosciences and Forestry (submitted February 2016).
  9. Peng, C., Q. Zhu, P. Ciais, H. Jiang, J. Liu, P. Bousquet, S. Li, J. Chang, X. Fang, X. Zhou, H. Chen, S. Liu, G. Lin, P. Gong, M. Wang, H. Wang, W. Xian, J. M. Chen, Interannual variation of methane emissions in tropical wetlands is triggered by repeated El Nino southern oscillation. Environmental Research Letters (submitted February 2016).
  10. He, L., J. M. Chen, K.-S. Chen, Simulation and SMAP observation of Sun-glint over the land surface at the L-band. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (submitted March 2016).
  11. Wang, B., M. Li, W. Fan, Y. Yu, and J. M. Chen, Relationships between net primary productivity and forest stand age under different site conditions and its implication for regional carbon cycle study. Forest Ecology and Management. (submitted April 2016).
  12. He, L., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, S. Belair, and X. Luo, Assessment of SMAP soil moisture for global simulations of gross primary production. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences (submitted May 2016).
  13. Zheng, T., J. M. Chen, Inverting the mansimum carboxylation rate (Vcmax) from the sunlit leaf photosynthesis rate derived from measured light response curves at tower flux sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (submitted June 2016)
  14. Gonsamo, A., D'Odorico, P., J. M. Chen, C. Wu, and N. Buchmann, Changes in vegetation phenology are not reflected in atmospheric CO2 and 13CO2 seasonality. Global Change Biology (submitted September 2016).
  15. Zhang, Q., F. Qiu, J. M. Chen, W. Ju, and W. Fan, Evaluating methods, for separating sunlit and shaded leaf light use efficiencies using mulit-anlge photochemical reflectance index measurements. IEEE Journal of Special Topics on Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing (submitted September 2016)
  16. He, L, J. M. Chen, J. Liu, S. Belair, H. Croft, X. Luo, G. Mo, and B. Chen, A Parallel Package for Data Assimilation of Soil Moisture into a Land Surface Model. Environmental Modelling & Software (submitted September 2016).
  17. Liu, Y., R. Liu, J. Pisek, and J. M. Chen, Separation of overstory and understory leaf area indices for global needleleaf and deciduous broadleaf forests by fusion of MODIS and MISR data. Biogeosciences (submitted October).
  18. Gonsamo, A., J. M. Chen, S. J. Colombo, M. T. Ter-Mikaelian, J. Chen, F. Zhang. Global change induced biomass growth offsets carbon releases through increased forest fire and respiration of the central Canadian boreal forest. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences (submitted October 2016).
  19. Luo, S., J. M. Chen, C. Wang, X. Xi, S. Nie, and H. Qin, Estimation of forest leaf area index using airborne LiDAR height and intensity data based on a random forest regression model. IEEE Journal of Special Topics on Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing (submitted October 2016).
  20. Luo, X., H. Croft, J. M. Chen, P. Bartlett, R. Staebler, and N. Froelich, Incorporating leaf chlorophyll content into a terrestrial biosphere model for estimating carbon and water fluxes at a forest site. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (submitted October 2016).
  21. Zou, J. Y. Zhuang, C. Macfarlane, A. Gonsamo, F. Chianucci, J. M Chen, C. Mai, W. Lin, Validating approaches and algorithms for canopy element and woody component clumping index estimation using explicit 3D forest scenes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (submitted November 2016).
  22. He L., J. M. Chen, J. Liu, and G. Mo. Angular Normalization of GOME-2 Sun-induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence Observation as a Better Proxy of Vegetation Productivity. Geophysical Research Letters (submitted November 2016).
  23. He L. J. M. Chen, J. Liu, and S. Belair, H. McNairn, and A. Berg, Assimilation and downscaling of the SMOS soil moisture into an ecosystem model at the AAFC monitoring network in Manitoba, Canada, in preparation.

Papers presented at meetings and symposia.

Most are given in the conference publication list above

Invited Lectures

a). Invited International and National Conference / Workshop Presentations:

92. Chen, J. M., "Mind the gaps: next steps in remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystems." Workshop on How FIFE and BOREAS Changed the World, NASA Headquarter, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, 6-7 October, 2016.

91. Chen, J. M., "Follow the photons: Importance of observed sunlit leaf fraction in interpreting remotely sensed photochemical reflectance index and chlorophyll fluorescence." Workshop on How FIFE and BOREAS Changed the World, NASA Headquarter, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, 6-7 October, 2016.

90. Chen, J. M., R. Liu, Y. Liu, and W. Ju, "Simultaneous retrieval of vegetation structural and physiological parameters". International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Beijing, 11-15 July 2016.

89. Chen, J. M., "Minimum number of vegetation structural parameters for scaling photosynthesis from leaf to canopy". International Conference on Quantitative Remote Sensing of Heterogeneous Land Surafaces. Beijing, 9-10 July 2016.

88. Chen, J. M., H. Croft, and T. Zheng, "A preliminary global vegetation chlorophyll map for terrestrial carbon cycle research". Fourth International Conference on Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Applications, Guangzhou, 4-9 July 2016.

87. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, and R. Liu, "Impacts of climatic and atmospheric changes on the terrestrial carbon cycle". World Meteorological Organization Workshop on Agricultural Meteorology and Climate Change, Nanjing, 4-5 May, 2016.

86. Chen, J. M., G. Mo, and F. Zhang, "Sunlit leaf GPP better correlated with chlorophyll fluorescence". American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 14-18 December 2015.

85. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, R. Liu, Y. Liu, "A New Global LAI Product 1981-2012 and Its Use for Carbon Cycle Research". American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 15-19 December 2014.

84. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, R. Liu, X. Zheng, F. Jiang, B. Chen, "Global Carbon Assimilation System and Preliminary Results". First Workshop of China Fluxnet Confederation, Beijing, China, 28-29 July 2014. Invited Keynote Presentation.

83. Chen, J. M., A. Gonsamo, C. Wu, G. Mo, A. Black, and G. Meyer, "Remote Sensing of the Impact of Mountain Pine Beetle on the Forest Carbon Cycle in British Columbia, Canada, from 1999 to 2012". 3rd International Workshop on Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Applications, Changsha, China, 11-14 June 2014. Invited plenary presentation.

82. Chen, J. M., "Coupling of Carbon and Water Cycles at the Landscape Level". Second International Forum Landscape Sustainability Science. Beijing, China. May 28-31. Invited plenary presentation.

81. Chen, J. M., W. Ju.,R. Liu, X. Zheng, Y. Li, "Global Carbon Assimilation System Based on Earth Observation: from LAI to Carbon Cycles", Fourth International Symposium of Integrated Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere Processes Study. Nanjing, China, 12-16 May 2014. Invited plenary presentation.

80. Chen, J. M., J. Whitney, and J. Pan. "Impacts of Canada-China Environmental Research". Workshop on China-Canada Research Cooperation. Beijing, China. 9-10 May 2014. Invited presentation.

79. Chen, J. M., P. Czurylowicz, Gang Mo, T. A. Black. "Impact of the Mountain Pine Beetle on Forest Carbon Cycle in British Columbia from 1999 to 2008". American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 9-13 December 2013.

78. Chen J. M., C. Wu, A. Gonsamo, W. A. Kurz, R. Hember, D. T. Price, C. Boisvenue, F. Zhang, and M. Chang. "Assessing Canada's Forest Carbon Sinks from 1901 to 2008 by Combining Inventory with Climate Data". American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 9-13 December 2013.

77. Chen, J. M., Ronggao Liu, Weimin Ju, Yong Li, and Xiaogu Zheng. "A Global Carbon Assimilation System based on Earth observation". Fourth International Conference on Earth Observation for Climate Change. Toronto, 5-7 June 2013. Keynote presentation.

76. Chen, J. M., "New Satellite Measurement Concept of Combining Hyperspectral with Multi-angle Sensors". Chinese Workshop on Satellite Measurements of Surface Parameters Sensitive to Climate Change. Beijing, January 18-19, 2013.

75. Chen, J. M., "Global Carbon Assimilation Systems and Preliminary Results". Second Canadian Workshop on Atmospheric Inversion and Carbon Assimilation. Toronto, April 9-10, 2013.

74. Chen, J. M., F. Zhang, R. Birdsey, and Y. Pan. "Relative contribution of climate change to conterminous US forest carbon sinks". American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 2012.

73. Chen, J. M., L. He, G. Mo, R. Liu, Y. Liu, and W. Ju. "Remote Sensing of Vegetation Structure for Regional and Global Carbon Cycle Estimation". International Symposium on Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Applications. Shanghai, China, 8-10 June 2012

72. Chen, J. M., G. Mo, F. Deng, and J. Fung. "Global atmospheric inversion for the surface carbon flux with 13 constraint". First Canadian Workshop on Atmospheric Inversion and Carbon Assimilation, University of Toronto, 12 April 2012.

71. Chen, J. M., Y. Li, W. Ju, R. Liu, F. Jiang, H. Wang, and X. Zheng, "Asia carbon cycle estimation using land remote sensing and atmospheric CO2 data". The 3rd Symposium of the Asian Heads of Research Councils on Global Change in Asia: A Perspective of Land Use Change. Beijing, China, 25-27 October 2011. Keynote plenary presentation.

70. Chen, J. M., "Global remote sensing of vegetation structural parameters and its productivity estimation". The 5th Symposium of China-Taiwan Remote Sensing Science, Harbin, China, 8-12 August 2011. Keynote presentation.

69. Chen, J. M., "Toward mutual constraint between top-down and bottom-up carbon cycle modeling", International Symposium on Forest Carbon Flux. Sitou, Taiwan. December 6-7, 2010. Plenary presentation.

68. Chen, J. M., "Carbon source and sink distribution in North America forests derived from tower flux, forest inventory, remote sensing data". Annual Symposium of Asia Flux Network. Guangdong, China, December 1-2, 2010. 40-minute plenary keynote speech.

67. Chen, J. M., "Coupling of carbon and water cycles at landscape and regional levels". Second Canadian SMAP workshop. Montreal, Canada, November 16-17, 2010.

66. Chen, J. M., "Biosphere observation from space for global carbon cycle research". The 4th Multi-disciplinary Symposium of Ontario Chinese Professors. Parry Sound, Ontario, 2 July 2010.

65. Chen, J. M., S. Shen, J. Kim, K. Ichii, and W. Ju, "Upscaling ET from tower to region: introduction to HydroEastAsia", The 2nd International Symposium on Hydrology Delivers Earth System Science to Society, Tokyo, Japan, 22-25 June 2010. Plenary.

64. Chen, J. M., "Coupling of water and carbon cycles at the landscape and regional levels", The 2nd International Symposium on Hydrology Delivers Earth System Science to Society, Tokyo, Japan, 22-25 June 2010. Plenary.

63. Chen, J. M., "North America forests: not too young and not too old for carbon uptake", Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Carbon Program Montreal, 26-28 February 2010

62. Chen, J. M. "Terrestrial carbon sinks estimated using surface remote sensing and atmospheric CO2 data". International Forum for Global Change Science, Tsinghua University, January 18-20, 2010.

61. Chen, J. M. "Outstanding issues in terrestrial carbon cycle research and the role of Earth observation". Workshop on Earth Surface-Atmosphere Interactions and Processes in Climate and Air Quality, Canadian Space Agency, Longueuil, Quebec, December 1-3, 2009. Plenary presentation (travel costs covered by CSA).

60. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, G. Mo, M. Ishizawa, D. Chan, Y. Pan, R. Birdsey, K. McCullough. "North America Carbon Budget from Bottom-up and Top-down Modelling". The Second Annual Meeting of the Canadian Carbon Program. Vancouver, B.C., February 27-March 1, 2009. Plenary presentation.

59. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, G. Mo, M. El Maayar M. Ishizawa, D. Chan, Y. Pan, R. Birdsey, K. McCullough. "Nest Inversion of the North America Carbon Budget using Forest Age and 13C as Additional Constraints". The Second All-Investigators Meeting of the North America Carbon Program, San Diego, USA, February 17-20, 2009. Plenary presentation.

58. Chen, J. M., "Upscaling the carbon flux from tower to region using remote sensing imagery". International Symposium on CO2 Flux Monitoring Technology. Taiwan, December 12-16, 2008. Plenary presentation (expenses covered by host).

57. Chen, J. M., S. Q. Wang, W. Ju, X. Feng, and J. Liu. "Carbon sinks in China forest ecosystems and their future projection". International Workshop on Human Activities and Ecosystem Services. Beijing, China, December 20-21, 2008. Plenary Presentation (expenses covered by host).

56. Chen, J. M., "Coupling between carbon and water cycles in boreal ecosystems". Annual Meeting of the AmeriFlux Network, Boulder, Colorado, October 15-17, 2008. Plenary presentation.

55. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, M. Ishizawa, D. Chan, et al., "New sources of information for inverse modeling of the North America carbon cycle". The First Annual Meeting of the Canadian Carbon Program. Calgary, Alberta, March 14-16, 2008. Plenary presentation.

54. Chen, J. M., F. Deng, M. Ishizawa, W. Ju, G. Mo, D. Chan, K. Higuchi and S. Maksyutov, "Nested Global Inversion for the Carbon Flux Distribution in Canada and USA from 1994 to 2003", Annual Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, December 10-14, 2007.

53. Chen, J. M., B. Chen, L. Huang, P. Tans, M. Ishizawa, and D. Chan, "Process Model for Studying Regional 13C Stable Isotope Exchange between Vegetation and Atmosphere", Annual Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, December 10-14, 2007.

52. Chen, J. M., "Carbon cycle and climate change economics". Joint Symposium of Chinese Canadian Association of Biomedical Professionals, Chinese Canadian Pharmacist Association, and Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals. Toronto, October 20, 2007.

51. Chen, J. M., "Convergence of current estimates for the carbon sink in Canada's forests and remaining issues". Workshop on The Role of Canadian Boreal Ecosystems in Climate Regulation, sponsored by non-government organizations, Ottawa, October 1-2, 2007.

50. Chen, J. M., "Terrestrial Carbon Cycle and Economics of Climate Change". International Conference on Atmospheric Information Science and Technology. Nanjing, July 15, 2007. Plenary presentation.

49. Chen, J. M., "Convergence of current estimates for the carbon sink in Canada's forests and remaining challenges". Workshop on Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Conserving Forests: Approaches to Stimulate Action, Sponsored by David Suzuki Foundation and non-government organizations, Toronto, 13-14 June 2007

48. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, and F. Deng, M. Ishizawa, K. Yuen, M. Gang, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, D. Worthy, L. Huang, 2006. "Edging closer toward the truth: Improvements of carbon budget estimation for Canada's forests and wetlands using FCRN site data". Annual General Meeting of Fluxnet Canada. Ottawa, Ontario, March 9-11, 2007. Plenary presentation. (All expenses covered).

47. Chen, J. M., "Estimating regional carbon budgets through ecosystem modeling and atmospheric inverse modeling". Workshop on Human Activities and Ecosystem Services, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resource Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, December 21-22, 2006.

46. Chen, J. M., "The utility of a combined hyperspectral and muli-angle remote sensing system and limitations of current satellite sensors". Workshop on Strategies for China's Remote Sensing Science and Development. Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, December 23-24, 2006.

45. Chen, J. M., B. Chen, W. Ju, D. Worthy, G. Mo, M. El Maayar, and A. Simic, 2006. "Upscaling carbon fluxes using remote sensing imagery and tall tower CO2 data". Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, China, July 25-28, 2006.

44. Chen, J. M., 2006. "Satellite imagery useful for mapping carbon source and sink distribution: methodology and a case study in Canada". The Croatia 21st Conference on Mathematics, Chemistry and Computers, Dubrovnic, Croatia, June 18-24, 2006. Plenary presentation. (Major expenses covered)

43. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, and F. Deng, M. Ishizawa, K. Yuen, G. Mo, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, D. Worthy, L. Huang, B. Chen, and M. Maksuytov. 2006. "Comparison of Canada's Terrestrial Carbon Budgets From Remote Sensing-Based Ecosystem Modeling and Nested Global Inverse Modeling". Annual Conference of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanography Society, Toronto, May 29-June 02, 2006.

42. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, and F. Deng, M. Ishizawa, K. Yuen, M. Gang, K. Higuchi, D. Chan, D. Worthy, L. Huang, 2006. "Bottom-up and top-down estimates of Canada's Carbon budgets". Annual Meetings of Fluxnet Canada. Victoria, B.C., February 24-26, 2006. Plenary presentation. (All expenses covered).

41. Chen, J. M., 2005. "Disturbance and its consideration in upscaling from flux towers to regions". 2005 Annual Meeting of the AmeriFlux Network, Boulder, Colorado, October 18-19, 2005. Plenary presentation.

40. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, S. Wang, J. Liu, and G. Liu, 2005. "Disturbance-Induced Forest Carbon Dynamics in Canada and China: A Comparison of Natural and Anthropogenic Influences". International Symposium on Frontiers of the Global and Urban Environment, Toronto, Canada, October 17, 2005, as part of the 55th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference. Plenary presentation.

39. Chen, J. M., 2005. "Multiple angle remote sensing for canopy structure and forest background". Workshop on Ecological Modeling using Multiangle Remote Sensing, sponsored by NASA, Washington D.C., September 20, 2005. Plenary presentation (all expenses covered).

38. Chen, J. M., and W. Ju, 2005. "Mapping Carbon Source and Sink Distributions in Canada's Forests and Wetlands Using Remote Sensing and Climate Data." Symposium of International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, Beijing, China, August 2-11, 2005. Session presentation.

37. Chen, J. M., 2005. "Comparison of disturbance-induced national forest carbon dynamics in Canada and China in the last 100 years". International Symposium on Ecosystem Carbon Budget and Cycle: Theories and Applications, Guangzhou, China, 1-3 July, 2005. Featured keynote presentation. (Partial expenses covered)

36. Chen, J. M., and K. Higuchi, 2005. "Carbon cycle science: combining remote sensing with atmospheric inversion." The First Canadian Workshop on Carbon Cycle and Climate Change". Toronto, May 16-17, 2005. Plenary presentation.

35. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, and M. El Maayar, 2005. "The real world is bumpy: scaling coupled water and carbon cycle models using topography at local and national scales." Fluxnet Canada Research Network annual meeting, Quebec City, February 24-26, 2005. Plenary presentation (All expenses covered).

34. Chen, J. M., L. Zhang, A. Simic, J. R. Miller, T. Noland. 2005. "Hyperspectral algorithms for forestry applications". Workshop on Resourc and Environmental Hyperspectral Monitoring Products. Natural Resources Canada, Victoria, January 24-26, 2005. Plenary presentation. (All expenses covered)

33. Chen, J. M., W. Ju, J. Cihlar and D. Price. "Carbon budget of Canada's forests considering both disturbance and non-disturbance factors". International Workshop on Regional Carbon Budgets, organized by Global Carbon Program, Beijing, China, November 15-18, 2004. Plenary presentation. (Partial expenses covered)

32. Chen, J. M., and K. Higuchi, "Methodologies for atmospheric inverse modeling for regional carbon balance". Annual workshop of Fluxnet Canada Research Network, Banff, February 27-29, 2004. Plenary presentation and discussion.

31. Chen, J. M., B. Chen, K. Higuchi, H. Lin, D. Chan, A. Shashnov, "Usefulness of high-frequency, high-precision CO2 measurements at a continental site". World Meteorological Organization Expert Meeting on Greenhouse and Trace Gas Measurements. Toronto, September 15-18, 2003. Plenary presentation.

30. Chen, J. M., "Scaling from tower to landscape and from landscape to region". One-hour plenary presentation at the International Workshop of Fluxnet 2003, Lake Tahoe, California, USA, August 12-15, 2003 (All expenses covered).

29. Chen, J. M., "Possible utilities of optical remote sensing for numerical weather forecast." International Workshop on Linking Remote Sensing to Land Surface Parameterization. Satellite Research Centre, Chinese Central Meteorological Bureau, Beijing, July 2002. (partial funds provided)

28. Chen, J. M., "Spatially explicit forest carbon cycle modeling using remote sensing and GIS database". GeoInformatics'2002, Nanjing, China. June, 2002. One-hour plenary keynote presentation (Partial funds provided)

27. Chen, J. M., Y. Li, and L. Zhang, "Preliminary evaluation of hyperspectral data compression algorithm for forestry applications". User and Science Team Meeting, April 15-16, 2002 Canadian Space Agency St. Hubert, Quebec (All expenses provided by CSA)

26. Chen, J. M., "Developing a national strategy for upscaling forest carbon balance using remote sensing, inventory and tower flux data". Workshop on Carbon Cycle and Climate Change, Climate Change Action Fund Project Evaluation, Environment Canada, Ottawa, March 17-18, 2002. (All expenses covered by EC).

25. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, B. Amiro, W. Ju, D. Price, J. Liu, and J. Pan, "Patterns of carbon source and sink distribution in Canada's forest resulting from disturbance and climate change". Annual Fall American Geophysics Union, San Francisco, December, 2001.

24. Chen, J. M., "Goemetric optical modeling and its implication on thermal directionality", International Workshop on Thermal Remote Sensing Science, Huangshang, China, July 17-20, 2001. (Partial funds provided by Beijing Normal University).

23. Chen, J. M., "LAI instruments and measurement protocols", plenary presentation, NASA-EOS Land Product Validation Workshop, Frascati, Italy, 8-9 June, 2001. (Partial funds provided)

22. Chen, J. M., "Large-area carbon cycle modeling", plenary presentation, BIOCAP Canada Fluxnet Workshop, Ottawa, Ontario, January 30-31, 2001. (All expenses covered by NSERC)

21. Chen, J. M. , J. Liu, S. G. Leblanc, J.-L. Roujean, and R. Lacaze "Utility of Multi-angle Remote Sensing for Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Modeling." Plenary presentation, the Symposium on Physical Signatures and Measurements in Remote Sensing, Aussois, France, 8-13 January, 2001.

20. Chen, J. M., "Models available for pixel-based carbon cycle modeling", Opening ceremony of International Institute of Earth System Science, Nanjing University, China, 2000. (All expenses covered by Nanjing University).

19. Chen, J, M., and J. Cihlar, "Pixel-based net ecosystem productivity of Canada's forests using historical climate and disturbance data". NASA EOS Interdisciplinary Working Group Meeting on Land Processes and Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Science, Plenary presentation. Tucson, Arizona, USA, April 11-14, 2000.

18. Chen, J. M., and J. Cihlar, "Canadian Terrestrial Carbon Research and Observation Requirements: A "Bottom-up" Perspective". International Workshop on Terrestrial Carbon Observation Systems, Ottawa, Canada, February, 8-11, 2000.

17. Chen, J. M. "Observation needs for ecosystem modelling and upscaling". Workshop on Canadian Terrestrial Carbon Observation System, Ottawa, Canada, March 7-9, 2000.

16. Chen, J. M. "Net primary productivity mapping and forest carbon sink estimation based on remote sensing" International Workshop on Harnessing Remote Sensing for Full Carbon Accounting. Vienna, December 8-12, 1999.

15. Chen, J. M. "Remote sensing methods for retrieving biophysical parameters and carbon cycle modelling". Six-hour keynote speech in International Forum on Remote Sensing Science. Nanjing, China, June 7-12, 1999. (All expenses from Ottawa covered).

14. Chen, J. M. "Response of Canada's forest carbon cycle to climate change: global implications". Canada Forest Advisers Network Technical Workshop on Climate Change and Forests. February 5, 1999, Hull, Canada.

13. Chen, J. M. "Climate change and ecosystem impacts". Canadian Forest Service Workshop on Earth Observation for Sustainable Development. March 10, 1999, Victoria, Canada.

12. Chen, J. M. "Estimation of forest carbon sinks and directions for improvements". Canada Natural

11. Chen, J. M. "Carbon cycle model comparison II". Plenary of BOREAS Follow-on Workshop, February 8, 1999, Tallahassee, USA.

10. Chen, J. M. and X. Li, "Recent advances in geometrical optics modelling and applications". International Forum for Directional Remote Sensing, December 11-12, 1998, San Francisco, USA.

9. Chen, J. M. and M. Barnsley, "Deriving biophysical parameters through model inversion" International Forum for Directional Remote Sensing, December 11-12, 1998, San Francisco, USA.

8. Chen, J. M. "VEGETATION/SPOT for northern applications: recent findings". VEGETATION Day: an international display of the utilities, sponsored by the European Commission. August 24, 1998, Brussels, Belgium.

7. Chen, J. M., S. G. Leblanc, J. Cihlar, J. Miller, C. Walthall, E. Middleton, "Understanding optical remote sensing measurements from boreal forests", BOREAS special session, AGU fall meeting, December 8-13, 1997. San Francisco.

6. Chen, J. M. "Deriving Biophysical Parameters from CASI images", Workshop of Canadian Remote Sensing Expert Systems, York University, April 1997.

5. Chen, J. M., J. Cihlar, "Northern Biosphere Observation and Modeling Experiment: Recent Results". Plenary of EOS Investigators Working Group workshop, November 4-6, 1997. Atlanta.

4. Chen, J. M. and J. Cihlar, "Simple and complex directional reflectance model for image processing". International Workshop on Multiangular Remote Sensing Progress and Advancing BRDF Usefulness in the EOS Era and Beyond. NASA, January 29-31, 1997. (Full funds provided by NASA).

3. Chen, J. M. "Scaling from leaf to tower". Plenary of BOREAS workshop, March 1997, Washington, D.C.

2. Chen, J. M., Z. Li, and J. Cihlar, "Remote sensing for sustainable forest management". Eco-Informa 1996, November 3-9, Orlando, Florida.

1. Chen, J. M. and T. A. Black, "Challenges in indirectly measuring leaf area index of plant canopies". The 3rd International Conference on Advances in Communication and Control Systems sponsored by the Natural Science Foundation, USA. In session: Environmental Systems: Prediction and Control. October 1991, Victoria, Canada. (Full funds provided.)

b). Invited Presentations (partial, lead author only):

70. Mapping leaf chlorophyll content using remote sensing techniques and its use in global carbon cycle research. State University of New York at Buffalo, 28 October 2016.

69. Methods for mapping leaf chlorophyll content and its use in global carbon cycle research. Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 15 July 2016.

68. Multi-angle remote sensing for assessing vegetation structure and carbon cycle. Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, Greece. 5 June 2016.

67. Impact of climatic and atmospheric changes on the terrestrial carbon cycle. Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academic of Science, Beijing, 11 May 2016.

66. Application of Multi-angle remote sensing to forest carbon cycle research. Nanjing University of Forestry. 19 April, 2016.

65. Multi-angle remote sensing for global carbon cycle research. Hong Kong Polytechnics University. November 25, 2011.

64. Global carbon cycle estimation using both land remote sensing and atmospheric CO2 data. Distinguished Seminar Series (open to all faculties), Chinese University of Hong Kong, November 24, 2011.

63. Vegetation structural parameters derived from multi-angle remote sensing and their use in global terrestrial carbon cycle research. Department of Geography and Resource Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong, November 22, 2011.

62. Forest growth remote sensing and modeling methods. Zhejiang University of Agriculture and Forestry, November 15, 2011.

61. Carbon sink and source distributions in North America and China. Institute of Qinghai and Tibet Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. October 24, 2011.

60. Carbon source and sink distribution in North American forests. Canadian Forest Service, Victoria, 12 September 2011.

59. Earth sciences at the University of Toronto. Part of seminars showcasing U of T space science and technology to the president Dr. Steve MacLean of the Canadian Space Agency, U of T, 1 March 2011.

58. Terrestrial Carbon Sink and Source Distribution Estimated from Surface Remote Sensing and Atmospheric CO2 Data. Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Jilin, China, 21 October 2010.

57. North America forest carbon cycle research based on forest inventories. Nanjing Forestry University, China, 16 June 2010.

56. North America sink estimation using surface remote sensing and atmospheric CO2 data. College of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University, 23 January 2010.

55. Terrestrial carbon cycle estimation through combination of ecosystem modeling and atmospheric inversion. Department of Geography , York University. 12 January 2010.

54. Simultaneous retrievals of vegetation structural and biochemical parameters using multi-angle and hyperspectral optical data. Tartu Observatory, Estonia, 20 December 2009.

53. Spatially explicit forest carbon sink and source estimation using remote sensing inputs. University of Helsinki, Finland, 17 December, 2009.

52. Remote sensing-based methods for forest carbon cycle estimation. Chinese Academy of Forest Sciences, Beijing, China, December 19, 2009.

51. A tour in China's forests and an assessment of their role in the global carbon cycle. University of Toronto China Conference, Toronto, 21 March, 2009

50. Coupling between carbon and water cycles in boreal ecosystems. Department of Geography, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, November 21, 2008.

49. Remote sensing of vegetation structure and its use for global carbon cycle modeling. University of Toronto, Center of Global Change Science Distinguished Seminar Series, September 16, 2008.

48. Remote sensing of vegetation structure and its use for global carbon cycle modeling and inversion. Max Planck Institute of Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany, August 19, 2008.

47. North America carbon budget inversion and the use of 13C as the additional constraint. School of Applied Meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, June 27, 2008.

46. Coupling of carbon and water cycles in boreal forests and wetlands. Department of Geography, University of North Carolina, April 9, 2008.

45. Boreal landscape and the carbon-water coupling. Department of Geography, McMaster University, March 26, 2008.

44. Have we done enough land remote sensing for climate research? Ontario Association of Remote Sensing. February 20, 2008.

43. Are Canada's forests a carbon sink or source? Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario. January 9, 2008.

42. Are Canada's forests a carbon sink or source?: the role of remote sensing in addressing climate change issues. Department of Geography, Guelph University. November 2, 2007.

41. Upscaling methods for regional carbon cycle estimation. Fudan University, Shanghai, China, May 28, 2007.

40. Regional Carbon Budget Estimation Using Remote Sensing Inputs. Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China, July 18, 2007.

39. Comparison of Canada's Terrestrial Carbon Sinks from Atmospheric Inverse Modeling and Ecosystem Modeling. Hubei Meteorological Bureau, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, July 27, 2007.

38. Climate Change and Challenges to China's Economic Development. 2nd Annual U of T China Conference: Stepping up to Global Challenges. March 24, 2007.

37. NSERC Strategic Grants Program: Suggestions for Proposal Preparation (from a past selection panelist). Research and Services, University of Toronto, February 21, 2007.

36. A new algorithm for global mapping of leaf area index and its applications. Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, December 25, 2006.

35. Comparison of upscaling methods for estimating regional carbon flux. National Bureau of Meteorology, Beijing, China, August 2006.

34. Hyperspectral and multiple angle remote sensing applications to forestry. Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. May 2006.

33. Regional carbon cycle modeling. Department of Geography, University of Toronto at Erindale. February 2005.

32. Carbon source and sink distribution in Canada's forests and wetland. Shangxi Bureau of Meteorology, Xian, China, July 2004.

31. Spatiotemporal carbon cycle dynamics simulated using remote sensing and climate data. National Bureau of Meteorology, Beijing, China, August 2004.

30. Applications of optical remote sensing to terrestrial water and carbon cycle modeling. Guangxi Bureau of Meteorology, Nanjing, China, August 2004.

29. Remote sensing of forest structure and fire scar age for carbon cycle modeling. Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, August 2004.

28. Carbon sequestration in reforested areas in China. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Toronto, April, 2004.

27. Carbon cycle information at the landscape level inferred from atmospheric CO2 measurements. Atmospheric Research Seminar Series, Environment Canada, Downsview, Ontario, March 2004

26. Deriving regional carbon fluxes from air CO2 mixing ratio at the Fraserdale site. Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, October 2003.

25. Mapping carbon sources and sinks in Canada's forests: usefulness and limitations of remote sensing. Colorado State University and US Department of Agriculture joint seminar, Fort Collins, October 2003.

24. Retrieving information on the ecosystem response to climate change from an 11-year CO2 record at a boreal site. Climate Monitoring and Diagnosis Laboratory, NOAA, Boulder, Colorado, September 2003.

23. A carbon-specific vertical diffusion scheme to study the atmospheric rectifier effect and landscape-level carbon cycle. Meteorological Service of Canada, Air Quality Branch, Downsview, February, 2003

22. A multilayer canopy stable isotope model for interpreting the Fraserdale intensive campaign data. Meteorological Service of Canada, Air Quality Branch, Downsview, October, 2002.

21. Spatially explicit carbon cycle modeling using remote sensing and GIS". University of California at Berkeley, Environmental Science, Policy and Management Colloquium Series, April 29, 2002. (All expenses provided by UCB)

20. Methods for retrieving biophysical parameters from remote sensing imagery. Jiangshu Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Nanjing, July, 2002.

19. Regional carbon cycle modeling with remote sensing inputs. Beijing Institute of Atmospheric Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, May 2002.

18. Carbon balance of Canada's forests: recent progress and unresolved science issues. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Toronto, December 2001.

17. Multiple-angle remote sensing of canopy architecture and its importance in terrestrial carbon cycle modelling. CAMFER Seminar Series, University of California at Berkeley, November 4, 1999. (All expenses covered).

16. Satellite-based estimation of forest carbon cycle. October 1999. Earth Science Sector Management Team, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa.

15. The usefulness of remote sensing for estimating carbon sink. June 1999. Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. (All expenses covered).

14. New geometrical optical model based on canopy architecture: 4-Scale. June 1999. Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

13. Coupled hydrological and carbon cycles based on remote sensing. June 1999. Department of Geography, Beijing Normal University, China

12. Introduction to vegetation monitoring methods in Canada and recent findings. September 1998. Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.

11. Methods for modeling net primary productivity and carbon cycle using remote sensing data. September 1998. Commission for Natural Resources Survey, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.

10. Problems with big-leaf models and their alternatives for remote sensing applications. October 1998. Centre d'Etudes Spatiales de la BIOsphere (CESBIO), Toulouse, France (expenses partially covered).

9. Are Canada's forests currently a carbon sink: preliminary estimation from satellites. May 1998. Assistant Deputy Minister's Office, Ottawa.

8. Fallacies of big-leaf photosynthesis models and their implications, May 1998. Canadian Forest Survice, Edmonton, Canada.

7. Estimating terrestrial carbon sink based on remote sensing. 1998. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. L.A. (All expenses from Ottawa covered).

6. Optical and microwave remote sensing: new ways to look at our changing world. 1996. Whitehorse and Faro, Yukon, Canada. In a public seminar series given by accomplished scientists invited by Yukon Science Institute. (All expenses covered).

5. Introduction to the new LAI instrument TRAC (Tracing Radiation and Architecture of Canopies). 1994. Remote Sensing Research Centre (CARTEL), University of Sherbrooke, Sherbooke, Canada.

4. Remote Sensing of Leaf Area Index of Plant Canopies: Gap Size vs. Gap Fraction Methods. 1993. Institute of Space and Terrestrial Science, North York, Canada.

3. Wind-Tunnel and Numeric and Field Studies of Microclimate in Forest Openings. 1993. Department of Geography, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

2. A GIS study of the spatial distribution of evapotranspiration in a watershed. 1992. Department of Geography, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

1. GIS applications in surface Climatology. 1992. Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada.

c). Training Corses (National/International)

23. Chen, J. M., "Scaling photosynthesis from leaf to canopy", "Principles for calculating observed sunlit and shaded leaf fractions", "Scaling sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence from leaf to canopy", and "Scaling the photochemical reflectance index from leaf to canopy". Summer School on Remote Sensing and Carbon Cycle, Nanjing University, 6-7 July 2016. 4-hour lectures for about 120 trainees.

22. Chen, J. M., "Terrestrial carbon cycle estimation based on remote sensing of vegetation structure and function" and "Geometrical optical modeling". Summer School on Remote Sensing, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chinia, Greece, 7 April 2016. 4-hour lectures for about 20 trainees.

21. Chen, J. M., "Multitemporal remote sensing of leaf area index for modeling ecosystem productivity". 2-h lecture at the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing annual conference at Quebec City, Canada, 13, July 2014.

20. Chen, J. M., "Optimization of ecosystem model photosynthesis and soil water uptake parameters using tower flux data". 2-h lecture in the Third Training Course of Land Surface Data Assimilation. Jilin, China, 17-18 August 2013.

19. Chen, J. M., "Avoiding common grammatical mistakes in scientific English writing", 6-hour lecture for graduate students (about 25 trainees), Nanjing University, China, October 2011

18. Chen, J. M., "Leaf area index measurement theory and techniques and remote sensing algorithms", 4-hour lectures for graduate students (about 30 trainees), Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, 18 August 2011

17 Chen, J. M., "Nested atmospheric inversion to estimate the carbon flux to and from the Earth's surface". The Third Summer Training School on Global Change and Carbon Cycle, 1-hour lecture, Beijing, China, 1-3 August 2011.

16. Chen, J. M., "Geometric optical modeling methods and its applications to hyperspectral and multi-angle remote sensing", 4-hour lectures for graduate students (about 35 trainees), Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, 17 December 2010.

15. Chen, J. M., "Terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycle and its observation and modeling methods". 3-hour lectures for graduate students (over 40 trainees), Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 8 October 2010.

14. Chen, J. M., "LAI measurement theory and techniques", "Upscaling from leaf to canopy", and "Upscaling from canopy to region". 6-hour lectures for graduate students and young faculty (over 50 trainees), China Northeast Forestry University. Harbin, China, 18-19 October 2010

13. Chen, J. M., "Estimation of regional carbon budget using surface remote sensing imagery and atmospheric CO2 data". 2-hour lectures as part of an Advanced Lectures in Global Change Science, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 3, 2008. (over 40 trainees).

12. Chen, J. M., "Multiangle and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Applications", 6-hour (2 days) lectures in "Selected Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing Science" organized by Beijing University, July 1-2, 2008. Beijing, China. (over 150 trainees).

11. Chen, J. M., "Airborne and Space-borne Image Spectrometry for Terrestrial Ecosystem Applications", 12 hour lectures with Prof. John Miller from York University, as part of a distinguished seminar series in Global Change and Environmental Remote Sensing at Nanjing University, June 12-14, 2008, Nanjing, China. (over 40 trainees).

10. Chen, J. M., "Vegetation Structure Measurement Techniques and Remote Sensing Methods and Their Use in Water and Carbon Cycle Modeling", 12 hour lectures (3 half days), in "Summer Training Course in Current Topics in Applied Meteorology", Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, July 9-11, 2007, Nanjing, China. (over 50 trainees)

9. Chen, J. M., "Optical Remote Sensing Application to Terrestrial Ecosystems", 12-hour (2 days) lectures in "Selected Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing Science" organized by Beijing University, July 5-6, 2007. Beijing, China. (over 120 trainees)

8. Chen, J. M., "Optical and Thermal Remote Sensing: Theories and Techniques", 12 hour lectures with Prof. John Norman from University of Wisconsin, Nanjing University, May 23-25, 2007, Nanjing, China. (over 50 trainees).

7. Chen, J. M., "Multiple Spectral, Hyperspectral and Multi-angle Remote Sensing: Theories and Applications", 15-hour (2.5 days) lectures in "Selected Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing Science" organized by Beijing University, July 31-August 2, 2006. Beijing, China. (over 100 trainees from various universities in China)

6. Chen, J. M., "Plant canopy structure: ground measurements and optical remote sensing", 16-hour (4 days) lectures to graduate students at Nanjing University, June 21-24, 2006 (about 60 attended).

5. Chen, J. M. "LAI measurement theories and techniques" (2 hours), "Modeling and scaling approaches" (2 hours), and "Field and laboratory demonstration and exercises" (4 hours). Carbon Cycle Training Course, Fluxnet Canada Research Network, May 8-19, 2005. Waskesiu, Saskatchewan. (Over 30 trainees, from Canadian universities)

4. Chen, J. M., "Remote sensing applications to terrestrial ecosystems", 12-hour (two-day) lectures in "Selected Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing Science" organized by Beijing University, July 10-11, 2004. Beijing, China. (about 90 trainees from most provinces of China)

3. Chen, J. M. "LAI measurement theories and techniques" (2 hours), "Ecosystem modeling and scaling" (2 hours), and "Optical instruments for canopy structural measurements-field training and data processing" (6 hours). Carbon Cycle Training Course, Fluxnet Canada Research Network, May 25-28, 2003. Waskesiu, Saskatchewan. (Over 30 trainees from Canadian universities)

2. Chen, J. M. "LAI measurements" (6 hours), "LAI remote sensing and land cover mapping" (6 hours), "Canopy radiation modeling" (6 hours), and "NPP and NBP modeling" (6 hours). Remote sensing and carbon modeling training workshop, Beijing Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, July 29- Aug 1, 2002. (Over 50 trainees from 10 institutions in China).

1. Chen, J. M. "Remote sensing for EMAN: a new optical instrument for measuring leaf area index and its application to remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystems". Three hour workshop in the National Science Meeting for Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network (EMAN), January 21-24, 1998, Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada.

 

 
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