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Faculty

Heng Lü Professor

Research Interests: 
  • Remote sensing of water environment
  • Quantitative inversion of biogeochemical parameters in water using remote sensing
Bio: 

Educational Background

BA, Northwest A&F University (1994-1998)

MA, Nanjing Forestry University (1998-2001)

PhD, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology. Chinese Academy of Sciences (2001-2004)

Working in Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology. Chinese Academy of Sciences (2004-2007)

Visiting scholar, University of New Hampshire (2011-2012)

Working in Nanjing Normal University (2007-Present)

 

Research

Research Projects

  1. Research on the Remote Sensing Quantitative Estimation Model of Microcytis toxin for the outbreak of cyanobacteria during algae bloom, Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2015-2018, Host
  2. Research on Remote Sensing Quantitative recognition and bio-optical properties of Microcystis, Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China,2012-2015, Host
  3. Research on Dynamic Monitoring of Water Environment with Remote Sensing techniques. National Key Technology Project – Water Special sub-project,2009-2012, Host
  4. Remote Sensing monitor of inland lake cyanobacteria based on bio-optical models. Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2008-2010, Host
  5. Research on data assurance system and methods to measuring rice planting area with Remote Sensing. Sub-project of National 863 key project, 2006-2010, Deputy head of the project
  6. Monitoring and Evaluation for Potable Water Source District with Remote Sensing Technology, National Key Technology Project for High Resolution Earth Observation System,2012-2015, Technical Leader

 

Journal Articles

 

Lyu, H., Li, X.J., Wang, Y.N., Jin, Q., Cao, K., Wang, Q., & Li, Y.M. (2015). Evaluation of chlorophyll-a retrieval algorithms based on MERIS bands for optically varying eutrophic inland lakes. Science of the Total Environment, 530, 373-382

Lyu, H., Wang, Q., Wu, C.Q., Zhu, L., Li, Y.M., & Huang, J.Z. (2015). Variations in Optical Scattering and Backscattering by Organic and Inorganic Particulates in Chinese Lakes of Taihu, Chaohu and Dianchi. Chinese Geographical Science, 25, 26-38

Lyu, H., Zhang, J., Zha, G.H., Wang, Q., & Li, Y.M. (2015). Developing a two-step retrieval method for estimating total suspended solid concentration in Chinese turbid inland lakes using Geostationary Ocean Colour Imager (GOCI) imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36, 1385-1405

Pan, H., Lyu, H., Wang, Y., Jin, Q., Wang, Q., Li, Y., & Fu, Q. (2015). An Improved Approach to Retrieve IOPs Based on a Quasi-Analytical Algorithm (QAA) for Turbid Eutrophic Inland Water. Ieee Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 8, 5177-5189

Shi, K., Zhang, Y.L., Li, Y.M., Li, L., Lv, H., & Liu, X.H. (2015). Remote estimation of cyanobacteria-dominance in inland waters. Water Research, 68, 217-226

Huang, C.C., Yang, H., Zhu, A.X., Zhang, M.L., Lu, H., Huang, T., Zou, J., & Li, Y.M. (2015). Evaluation of the Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI) to monitor the dynamic characteristics of suspension sediment in Taihu Lake. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36, 3859-3874

Shi, K., Li, Y.M., Zhang, Y.L., Li, L., Lv, H., & Song, K.S. (2014). Classification of Inland Waters Based on Bio-Optical Properties. Ieee Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 7, 543-561

Shi, K., Li, Y.M., Zhang, Y.L., Li, L., Lv, H., & Song, K.S. (2014). Optical scattering properties of organic-rich and inorganic-rich particles in inland waters. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 40, 308-316

Lyu, H., Wang, Q., Wu, C.Q., Zhu, L., Yin, B., Li, Y.M., & Huang, J.Z. (2013). Retrieval of phycocyanin concentration from remote-sensing reflectance using a semi-analytic model in eutrophic lakes. Ecological Informatics, 18, 178-187

Dai, H.L., Lu, H., Li, Y.M., Zha, G.H., Li, X.J., & Wang, Y. (2013). A Theoretical Modeling of Light Absorption and Scattering Properties about Microcystis Aeruginosa. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 33, 1462-1467

Huang, C.C., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Lv, H., & Sun, D.Y. (2013). Suspended particle matter and chlorophyll-a universal bio-optical retrieval model. Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, 32, 462-467

Shi, K., Li, Y.M., Li, L., & Lu, H. (2013). Absorption characteristics of optically complex inland waters: Implications for water optical classification. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 118, 860-874

Shi, K., Li, Y.M., Li, L., Lu, H., Song, K.S., Liu, Z.H., Xu, Y.F., & Li, Z.C. (2013). Remote chlorophyll-a estimates for inland waters based on a cluster-based classification. Science of the Total Environment, 444, 1-15

Zha, Y., Gao, J., Jiang, J.J., Lu, H., & Huang, J.Z. (2012). Normalized difference haze index: a new spectral index for monitoring urban air pollution. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 33, 309-321

Huang, C.C., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Lv, H., Sun, D.Y., & Le, C.F. (2012). Bio-optical retrieval model of suspended particles in Tai Lake using MERIS image. Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, 31, 367-374

Sun, D.Y., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Le, C.F., Lv, H., Huang, C.C., & Gong, S.Q. (2012). A novel support vector regression model to estimate the phycocyanin concentration in turbid inland waters from hyperspectral reflectance. Hydrobiologia, 680, 199-217

Sun, D.Y., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Le, C.F., Lv, H., Huang, C.C., & Gong, S.Q. (2012). Specific inherent optical quantities of complex turbid inland waters, from the perspective of water classification. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 11, 1299-1312

Sun, D.Y., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Lu, H., Le, C.F., Huang, C.C., & Gong, S.Q. (2011). A neural-network model to retrieve CDOM absorption from in situ measured hyperspectral data in an optically complex lake: Lake Taihu case study. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32, 4005-4022

Sun, D.Y., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Lv, H., Le, C.F., Huang, C.C., & Gong, S.Q. (2010). Detection of Suspended-Matter Concentrations in the Shallow Subtropical Lake Taihu, China, Using the SVR Model Based on DSFs. Ieee Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 7, 816-820

Sun, D.Y., Li, Y.M., Wang, Q., Lv, H., Le, C.F., Huang, C.C., & Gong, S.Q. (2010). Partitioning particulate scattering and absorption into contributions of phytoplankton and non-algal particles in winter in Lake Taihu (China). Hydrobiologia, 644, 337-349

 

Honors and Awards

Outstanding young lecturer of Jiangsu ‘Qinglan Project’, 2010

 

Academic Title

(Unknown)

 

Contact

Tel:025-85898500

E-mail:Heng.Lyu@njnu.edu.cn  Or http://Heng.Lyu@gmail.com