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Xiaoguang Xu

Asst Res Sci

Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology
Physics, Room 328
Ph D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2015)
MS, Lanzhou University (2008)
BS, Lanzhou University (2005)

I am an atmospheric scientist. I study the aerosol processes that control Earth climate and air quality with global models and remote sensing observations.

Research Interests

Chemistry transport modeling; atmospheric radiation; satellite remote sensing of aerosols

Teaching Interests

Climate modeling; Physical meteorology; atmospheric physics and chemistry; Remote Sensing

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Xu, Xiaoguang (Principal) Martins, Jose V. (Co-Principal) Remer, Lorraine A. (Co-Principal) Assimilating Radiometric and Polarimetric PACE Observations to Better Characterize the Emitting Sources, Distributions, and Depositions for the Global Aerosol System Grant (Not Funded) Sponsored by NASA

Xu, Xiaoguang (Co-Principal) Xu, Feng (Principal) Development of a Correlation-Based Inversion Approach for Four-Dimensional Aerosol Remote Sensing Grant (Currently Under Review) Sponsored by NASA

Martins, Jose V. (Principal) Xu, Xiaoguang (Co-Principal) Remer, Lorraine A. (Co-Principal) Implementation of an aerosol retrieval algorithm for the combined data sets from OCI, HARP2 and SPEXone instruments on PACE Grant (Not Funded) Sponsored by NASA

Martins, Jose V. (Principal) Xu, Xiaoguang (Co-Principal) The 3D Cloud Scanning System for Cloud Microphysics and Aerosol Measurements Grant (Not Funded) Sponsored by NASA