- BS, Nanjing University (Atmospheric Sciences)
My research interest is regional water cycle observations and modeling. Using laser spectroscopy techniques, the source of water can be tracked by isotope composition analysis. My research goal is to use the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model and isotope numerical models to better understand the influences of land surface processes and agricultural activities on the regional water cycle.
Areas of Interest
Eddy covariance and isotope observations on water vapor, Land and atmosphere modeling, Boundary layer theories
- Xiao, Ke, Timothy J. Griffis, John M. Baker, Paul V. Bolstad, Matt D. Erickson, Xuhui Lee, Jeffrey D. Wood, Cheng Hu, and John L. Nieber. "Evaporation from a temperate closed-basin lake and its impact on present, past, and future water level." Journal of Hydrology 561 (2018): 59-75.
- Chen, Zichong, Timothy J. Griffis, Dylan B. Millet, Jeffrey D. Wood, Xuhui Lee, John M. Baker, Ke Xiao et al. "Partitioning N2O emissions within the US Corn Belt using an inverse modeling approach." Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30, no. 8 (2016): 1192-1205.
- Chen, Ming, Tim J. Griffis, John Baker, Jeffrey D. Wood, and Ke Xiao. "Simulating crop phenology in the Community Land Model and its impact on energy and carbon fluxes." Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120, no. 2 (2015): 310-325.