Junming Wang

Junming Wang
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences

Dr. Wang's Laboratory Page

Contact Information:

Office Location: 113 Farrell-Westbrook
Telephone:  615-963-5017
FAX: 615-963-1557
Email: Jwang2@tnstate.edu

Research Areas:

Remote Sensing, Air Quality, Agricultural Meteorology, Plant Growth Modeling, etc.


Refereed Journal Articles -23
Intl. Conference Proceedings -13
Extension publications-1
Technical reports-1
Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures-16

Most Significant Publications:

Wang, J., D. R. Miller, T. W. Sammis, A. L. Hiscox, W. Yang, and B. A. Holmén. Simulate Regional PM10 Dispersion from Agricultural Tilling Operations Using Hysplit4.ASABE Transaction. 2011. 54 (5): 1659-1667.

Sammis T. W., M. K. Shukla, J. Wang, and D. R. Miller. 2011. Pecan Research and Outreach in New Mexico: Logic Model Development and Change in Communication Paradigms. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement.

Kasumba, J.,  B. Holmén, A. Hiscox, J. Wang, and D. Miller. 2011. Agricultural PM10 Emissions from Cotton Field Disking in Las Cruces, NM. Atmospheric Environment. Atmospheric Environment 45 (2011) 1668e1674. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.01.004.

Sammis T. W., J. Wang, and D. R. Miller. 2011. The Transition of the Blaney-Criddle formula to the Penman-Monteith equation in the Western United States. Journal of Service Climatology. 5 (1): 1-11.

Wang, J., D. R. Miller, T. W. Sammis, A. L. Hiscox, W. Yang, and B. A. Holmén. 2010. Local Emission Factors for Agricultural Tilling Operations. Journal of Soil Science. 175(4): 194-200.

Wang, J. and X. Yang. 2010. Development and Validation of Atmospheric Gene Flow Model for Assessing Environmental Risks from Transgenic Corn Crops. Int J Agric & Biol Eng, 2010; 3(2): 18-30.

Wang, J., T. W. Sammis, V. P. Gutschick, M. Gebremichael, and D. R. Miller. 2009. Sensitivity Analysis of the Surface Energy Balance Algorithm for Land (SEBAL). ASABE Transactions. 52 (3)-801-811.

Gebremichael M., J. Wang, and T.W. Sammis. 2009. Dependence of Remote Sensing Evapotranspiration Algorithm on Spatial Resolution. Atmospheric Research. In press. doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.12.003.

Wang, J., A. L. Hiscox, D. R. Miller, and T. W. Sammis. 2009. A Comparison of Lagrangian Model Estimates to LIDAR Measurements of Dust Plumes from Field Tilling. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association. 59:1370–1378.

Wang, J. and T. W. Sammis. 2008. New Automatic Band and Point Dendrometers for Measuring Stem Diameter Growth. Applied Engineering in Agriculture Vol. 24(6): 731-742.

Holmén, B., D. Miller, A. Hiscox, W. Yang, J. Wang, T. Sammis and R. Bottoms. 2008. Near-source Particulate Emissions and Plume Dynamics from Agricultural Field Operations. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry. 59 (2), 117-134.

Wang, J., T. W. Sammis, A. A. Andales, L. Simmons, and V.P. Gutschick. 2007. Crop Coefficients of Open-canopy Pecan Orchards. Agricultural Water Management. 88:253-262.

Wang, J., D.R. Miller, T.W. Sammis, V.P. Gutschick, L.J. Simmons, and A.A. Andales. 2007. Energy Balance Measurements and a Simple Model for Estimating Pecan Water Use Efficiency. Agricultural Water Management 91:92-101.

Wang, J., X. Yang, Y. Li, and P. F. Elliot. 2006. Pollination Competition Effects on Gene-flow Estimation: Using Regular vs. Male-Sterile Bait Plants. Agronomy Journal 98:1060-1064

Andales, A., J. Wang, T. W. Sammis, J. G. Mexal, L. J. Simmons, and D. R. Miller, 2006. Pecan Tree Growth-irrigation-pruning Management Model. Agricultural Water Management . Volume 84, Issues 1-2 , Pages 77-88.


AGSC 3600-Image Analysis and Remote Sensing


Online Tools of Plant Water Use, Biomass growth, and Air Quality (Remote Sensing Algorithms)

Recent Honors and Awards:

Approved National/State Competitive Grant Proposals (over 1 million US dollars)


M.Sc (Computer Science) - University of Connecticut
Ph.D. (Natural Resources Engineering and Management) – University of Connecticut

Date joined staff: 2010

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