Dr Weidong Xu
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Weidong's research interests focus on monitoring land surface dynamics with thermal remote sensing. More recently my research has involved applying thermal remote sensing techniques to address key questions regarding fire impact and effects. This research has involved the development of a global fire detection and characterisation algorithm on geostationary satellite including SEVIRI, GOES, MTSAT and FY2.
Weidong Xu is a research associate in the Department of Geography, King’s College London. He carried out my PhD degrees in remote sensing in Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Integration of geostationary FRP and polar-orbiter burned area datasets for an enhanced biomass burning inventory Roberts, G., Wooster, M. J., Freeborn, P. H. & Xu, W. 15 Aug 2011 In : REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT. 115, 8, p. 2047 - 2061
High-frequency thermoelectric response in correlated electronic systems Xu, W., Weber, C. & Kotliar, G. 11 Jul 2011 In : Physical Review B. 84, 3, 035114
New GOES imager algorithms for cloud and active fire detection and fire radiative power assessment across North, South and Central America Xu, W., Wooster, M. J., Roberts, G. & Freeborn, P. Sep 2010 In : REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT. 114, 9, p. 1876 - 1895