Coordinated by the University of Maryland Center for Global Agricultural Monitoring Research
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Maryland, Department of Geographical Sciences
How I work with Harvest
Honglin Zhong is part of the University of Maryland Harvest Hub, providing support for Harvest activities and research. He mainly focuses his post-doctoral work on regional crop production prediction using remote sensing data and agronomy statistics.
Dr. Zhong focused his PhD on agricultural modeling and agricultural adaptations to balance food production and environmental sustainability. He formerly worked for Shanghai Climate Center from 2011-2013 as an assistant researcher, focusing on dynamic cross-scale agriculture modeling and assessment of climate change impacts on Chinese agriculture. He also worked with scientists in IIASA as a visiting scholar for Young Scientists Summer Program in 2016, focusing on agricultural adaptations for balancing grain production and local groundwater resources recovery in the semi-arid North China Plain. Dr. Zhong received his PhD from University of Maryland in 2018, his Master's degree from East China Normal University in 2011, and his Bachelor's degree from Shandong Jianzhu University in 2008.