Cao Fang

Job Title: 
Associate Professor
Research Interests: 
Remote sensing of aquatic environments
Chemical oceanography
Education Experience: 
2015 Ph.D. in Marine Sciences, University of Georgia, USA (Major Professor: Dr. William L. Miller)
Work Experience: 
2018-present, Assistant Professor, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
2015-2018, Postdoc Research Associate, City University of New York, USA (Advisor: Dr. Maria Tzortziou)
[7] Cao, F., Zhu, Y., Kieber, D. J., & Miller, W. L. (2019). Distribution and photo-reactivity of chromophoric and fluorescent  dissolved organic matter in the Northeastern North Pacific Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers,103168.
[6] Clark, J. B., Neale, P., Tzortziou, M., Cao, F., & Hood, R. R. (2019). A mechanistic model of photochemical transformation  and degradation of colored dissolved organic matter. Marine Chemistry, 103666. 
[5] Cao, F., Mishra, D. R., Schalles, J. F., & Miller, W. L. (2018). Evaluating ultraviolet (UV) based photochemistry in  optically complex coastal waters using the Hyperspectral  Imager for the Coastal Ocean (HICO). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 215, 199-206.
[4] Cao, F., Tzortziou, M., Hu, C., ... & Novak, M. (2018). Remote sensing  retrievals of colored dissolved organic matter and dissolved organic carbon dynamics in North American estuaries and their margins. Remote Sensing of Environment, 205, 151-165.
[3] Cao, F., Medeiros, P. M., & Miller, W. L. (2016). Optical characterization of dissolved organic matter in the Amazon River  plume and the Adjacent Ocean: Examining the relative role of mixing, photochemistry, and microbial alterations. Marine  Chemistry, 186, 178-188.
[2] Cao, F., & Miller, W. L. (2015). A new algorithm to retrieve chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) absorption spectra  in the UV from ocean color. Journal of  Geophysical Research: Oceans, 120(1), 496-516.
[1] Cao, F., Fichot, C. G., Hooker, S. B., & Miller, W. L. (2014). Improved algorithms for accurate retrieval of UV/visible diffuse attenuation coefficients in optically complex, inshore waters. Remote Sensing of Environment, 144, 11-27.