Land Surface Hydrology Group | EEWR | Dept. CEE | Princeton University

Ming Pan

PhD, Research Scholar
Terrestrial Hydrology Group
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Princeton University, NJ 08544
Ph.D.2006/09, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA
M.A.2002/06, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA
B.E.2000/06, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R.China
Research Activities and Interests:
  • Hydrological Remote Sensing and Data Assimilation
    • Remote sensing of hydrologic parameters (soil moisture, rainfall, ET)
    • Assimilation of space-borne hydrologic observations
    • Multiscale data assimilation and multiscale statistical analysis
    • Constrained assimilation and global water cycle analysis
    • Dynamic inversions in surface hydrology (inverse rainfall-runoff-streamflow processes)
  • Land Surface Hydrologic Modeling and Forecasting
    • Land surface processes and hydrologic downscaling
    • Assimilation Algorithms with Equality Constraints
    • Short- and long-term hydrologic forecasts (drought and flood)
Current Research Grants (PI’ed):
  • NASA via the University of Michigan: Creating High Resolution Global Soil Moisture Estimates through Downscaling of CFS Reanalysis with High Resolution Remote Sensing Products; $103,940; 2013-2015
  • NASA: Deriving Global High Resolution Surface Runoff Fields from Space-borne Altimetry Measurements and Development of Precursor Product from River Gauges; $396,261; 12/22/2014-12/21/2017, current.
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