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Dr. WONG Kwan Kit, Frankie (王君傑博士)

 
 

Senior Lecturer

BSSc, MPhil, PhD (CUHK)

(852)3943-6531

kkit@cuhk.edu.hk


Teaching Fields

Remote sensing
Geographic Information Systems

Research Interests

Digital image analysis 
Vegetation classification and mapping 
Spatial modeling

Services/ Posts

Assistant Dean (Student Affairs) of the Faculty of Social Science, CUHK
Chairman, IT and Equipment Committee, GRM, CUHK

Selected Publications

Wong, F. K. K. & Fung, T. (2015). Ecotourism Planning in Lantau Island using Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis with GIS. Environment and Planning B, Accepted.

Wong, F. K. K. & Fung, T. (2015). Habitat Modelling for Conservation Analysis Using GIS and Remote Sensing in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Universal Journal of Geoscience, 3(4), 146-169.

Wong, F. K. K. & Fung, T. (2014). Combining EO-1 Hyperion and ENVISAT ASAR Data for Mangrove Species Classification in Mai Po Ramsar Site, Hong Kong. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(23), 7828-7856.

Wong, F. K. K. & Fung, T. (2013). Combining Hyperspectral and Radar Imagery for Mangrove Leaf Area Index Modeling. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 79 (5), 479-490.

Bo, H., Wang, J., Song, H.-H., Fu, D.-J. & WONG, F. K. K. (2012). Generating High Spatiotemporal Resolution Land Surface Temperature for Urban Heat Island Monitoring, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 99, 1-5.

Fung, T. & Wong, F. K. K. (2007). Ecotourism planning using multiple criteria evaluation with GIS. Geocarto International, 22 (2), 87-105.

Research Projects

Principal Investigator:

"Estimation of canopy height model using 4K video camera onboard a lightweight unmanned airborne system", Direct Grant, CUHK Research Committee Funding, 07/2015-06/2016, HK$39,700

Co-Investigator:

"Combining Hyperspectral Data and Canopy Height Data from Unmanned Airborne System (UAS) for Mangrove Habitat Mapping and Monitoring", General Research Fund, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 01/2016-12/2017, HK$547,691