Jingyi Huang

Jingyi Huang – Assistant Professor

.UW-Madison, Department of Soil Science
1525 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1299, USA
Office: 71A Soils Building

Phone: 608.262.0221
Fax: 608.265.2595

Email: jhuang426@wisc.edu

Soil Sensing and Monitoring Lab Web site: http://soilsensingmonitoring.soils.wisc.edu/

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=ZEkcUDUAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra

Education

  • B.S. Biological Science, 2012, Central South University, China
  • M.Phil. Geoscience, 2014, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Ph.D. Environmental Management, 2017, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, 2017-2018, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, 2017-2018, University of Sydney, Australia I teach Physical Principles of Soil and Water Management (322, Spring Semester) for undergraduate students and Soil Physics (622, Fall Semester) for graduate students.

Teaching and Research Overview

I teach Physical Principles of Soil and Water Management (Soil Sci. 322, Spring Semester) for undergraduate students and Soil Physics (Soil Sci. 622, Fall Semester) for graduate students.

My main research interests are (1) use of proximal and remote soil sensing technology to improve our fundamental understanding of soil physical processes (e.g., soil water dynamics and nutrient cycles) at various spatial and temporal scales, and (2) use of soil sensing technology and digital soil mapping techniques to improve our ability to monitor, map, and forecast the dynamics of natural resources across Wisconsin and nation-wide for soil management and land conservation.

Selected Publications

Huang, J., B. Minasny, A.B. McBratney, J. Padarian, and J. Triantafilis. 2018. The location-and scale-specific correlation between temperature and soil carbon sequestration across the globe. Science of the Total Environment 615:540-548.

Huang, J., R. Purushothaman, A. McBratney, and H. Bramley. 2018. Soil water extraction monitored per plot across a field experiment using repeated electromagnetic induction surveys. Soil Syst. 2(1):11.

Martínez, G., Huang, J., Vanderlinden, K., Giráldez, J. V., & Triantafilis, J. (2018). Potential to predict depth‐specific soil–water content beneath an olive tree using electromagnetic conductivity imaging. Soil Use and Management.

Huang, J., A.B. McBratney, B. Minasny, and J. Triantafilis. 2017. Monitoring and modelling soil water dynamics using electromagnetic conductivity imaging and the ensemble Kalman filter. Geoderma 285:76-93.

Huang, J., A.B. McBratney, B. Minasny, and J.Triantafilis. 2017. 3D soil water nowcasting using electromagnetic conductivity imaging and the ensemble Kalman filter. J. Hydrol. 549:62-78.

Huang, J., E. Scudiero, W., Clary, D.L. Corwin, and J. Triantafilis. 2017. Time‐lapse monitoring of soil water content using electromagnetic conductivity imaging. Soil Use Mgmt. 33(2):191-204.

Huang, J., F.A. Monteiro Santos, and J. Triantafilis. 2016. Mapping soil water dynamics and a moving wetting front by spatiotemporal inversion of electromagnetic induction data. Water Resour. Res. 52(11): 9131-9145.

Zare, E., J. Huang, F.A. Monteiro Santos, and J. Triantafilis. 2015. Mapping salinity in three dimensions using a DUALEM-421 and electromagnetic inversion software. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 79(6):1729-1740.

Huang, J., R.M. Lark, D.A. Robinson, I. Lebron, A.M. Keith, B. Rawlins, and J. Triantafilis. 2014. Scope to predict soil properties at within-field scale from small samples using proximally sensed γ-ray spectrometer and EM induction data. Geoderma 232:69-80.

Gooley, L., J. Huang, D. Page, and J. Triantafilis. 2014. Digital soil mapping of available water content using proximal and remotely sensed data. Soil use and management, 30(1), 139-151.

Huang, J., G.B. Davies, D. Bowd, F.A. Monteiro Santos, and J. Triantafilis. 2014. Spatial prediction of the exchangeable sodium percentage at multiple depths using electromagnetic inversion modelling. Soil Use Mgmt. 30(2):241-250.