Wang Zhou is a postdoctoral researcher focusing on water, carbon, and nitrogen modeling for agroecosystems in the US Corn Belt. He received his Ph.D. degree from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Cartography and Geography Information System with a dissertation on Remote sensing based hydrological forcing estimation and its application in runoff simulation over glacierized watershed, and B.S. degree from Beijing Normal University in Geography. His research interests are large scale crop productivity modeling, hydrological modeling, land surface energy balance estimation, and full-spectrum remote sensing application. He is postdoctoral research associate with Dr. Kaiyu Guan.