Da Huo is a postdoctoral researcher in Department of Earth System Science at Tsinghua University.
Da is investigating the temporal and spatial patterns of global green house gases and pollutant emissions using carbon emission accounting, remote sensing and GIS techniques.
Da holds a PhD in geography from Texas A&M University, his doctoral research focuses on understanding climate-glacier sensitivity through numerical modeling. He has improved existing models for more accurate simulation of glacier processes in the Himalayas. Da has also worked at the Center for Geospatial Sciences, Applications and Technology at Texas A&M University where he developed data processing and geospatial applications to support the carbon sequestration and bioenergy crop imaging projects funded by the Department of Energy.
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