Gensuo Jia mostly deals with Arctic, Vegetation, Climatology, Climate change and Tundra. His Arctic study introduces a deeper knowledge of Oceanography. His work in the fields of Normalized Difference Vegetation Index overlaps with other areas such as Latitude and Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer.
His Climatology research includes themes of Urban climate and Shrub. His Tundra study combines topics in areas such as Biomass and Physical geography. The concepts of his Physical geography study are interwoven with issues in Greening and Vegetation types.
Gensuo Jia mainly focuses on Climatology, Vegetation, Climate change, Precipitation and Physical geography. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Urbanization and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. Gensuo Jia has included themes like Tundra, Arctic, Biomass, Land cover and Transect in his Vegetation study.
His study in the field of Arctic vegetation is also linked to topics like Advanced very-high-resolution radiometer, Latitude and Report card. His studies examine the connections between Climate change and genetics, as well as such issues in Land use, with regards to Cumulative effects. His study in Precipitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Steppe, Atmospheric sciences, Ecosystem, Global change and Arid.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Atmospheric sciences, Physical geography, Climatology and Precipitation. His Climate risk management study in the realm of Climate change connects with subjects such as Earth. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Eddy covariance, Ecosystem, Terrestrial ecosystem and Grassland.
His studies deal with areas such as Urban heat island, Land use, Phenology and Amazon rainforest as well as Physical geography. Gensuo Jia combines subjects such as Extreme climate, Vegetation, Temperate climate and Temporal scales with his study of Climatology. His Soil horizon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tundra and Arctic.
Gensuo Jia mainly investigates Urban heat island, Precipitation, Urbanization, Atmospheric sciences and Physical geography. His study on Urban heat island is covered under Meteorology. His work carried out in the field of Precipitation brings together such families of science as Canopy, Grassland, Carbon sink, Arid and Microwave.
His studies in Urbanization integrate themes in fields like Climatology, Temperate climate, Wet season, Beijing and Dry season. His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Subtropics, Microwave remote sensing, Water content and Ecosystem. His work in Physical geography tackles topics such as Urban agglomeration which are related to areas like Climate change.
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Role of Land-Surface Changes in Arctic Summer Warming
F. S. Chapin;M. Sturm;Mark C. Serreze;J.P. McFadden.
Remote sensing of vegetation and land-cover change in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
Douglas A. Stow;Allen Hope;David McGuire;David Verbyla.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2004)
Circumpolar Arctic Tundra Vegetation Change Is Linked to Sea Ice Decline
Uma S. Bhatt;Donald A. Walker;Martha K. Raynolds;Josefino C. Comiso.
Earth Interactions (2010)
Greening of arctic Alaska, 1981-2001
Gensuo J. Jia;Gensuo J. Jia;Howard E. Epstein;Donald A. Walker.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Monitoring meteorological drought in semiarid regions using multi-sensor microwave remote sensing data
Anzhi Zhang;Gensuo Jia.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2013)
Vegetation-Soil-Thaw-Depth Relationships along a Low-Arctic Bioclimate Gradient, Alaska: Synthesis of Information from the ATLAS Studies
D. A. Walker;G. J. Jia;H. E. Epstein;M. K. Raynolds.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2003)
Recent changes in phenology over the northern high latitudes detected from multi-satellite data
Heqing Zeng;Gensuo Jia;Howard Epstein.
Environmental Research Letters (2011)
Climate change reduces extent of temperate drylands and intensifies drought in deep soils.
Daniel R. Schlaepfer;Daniel R. Schlaepfer;John B. Bradford;William K. Lauenroth;William K. Lauenroth;Seth M. Munson.
Nature Communications (2017)
Environmental variation, vegetation distribution, carbon dynamics and water/energy exchange at high latitudes
AD Mcguire;C Wirth;M Apps;Jason Beringer.
Journal of Vegetation Science (2002)
Vegetation greening in the Canadian Arctic related to decadal warming.
Gensuo J. Jia;Howard E. Epstein;Donald A. Walker.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring (2009)
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