My current research interests lie in the fields of fluvial geomorphology, remote sensing image classification. I am particularly interested in investigating how statistical methods, which are widly used in image classification work nowadays, can efficiently help to classify the riverscapes remote sensing image at a regional scale. My current research focuses on the channel patterns change in a tropical region. I am now working to solve the problems of geomorphological units defination in tropical cathchments, which can be very different from that in temperate regions. Some new statistical tools are expected to be applied to my research framework in the future.
PhD Candidate ”Channel Changes in Tropical Rivers”, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow, 2018-
MRes “Sediments grain size and its environment meanings of Xiaohai lagoon in Hainan island”, School of Geography, South China Normal University, 2015-2018.
BA Geographic Information System, School of Geography, South China Normal University, 2011-2015.
Active research projects:
Geographic Object Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA) in Tropical Rivers of Philippines.
Jibin X, Wei Z, Qing L, et al. (2018) Holocene fire history in eastern monsoonal region of China and its controls. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2018.01.029
Qing L, Jibin X. (2018) Reconstruction and Analysis of Historical Typhoon Activities in Coastal Areas of Guangdong over the Past 500 Years. Journal of South China Normal University(Natural Science Edition). doi: 10.6045/ j.jscnu.2018.02.000