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Terrestrial ecosystems absorb roughly 30% of anthropogenic carbon emission. However, it is the least constrained component in the global carbon cycle budget. My general interest is to resolve ecosystem carbon cycle responses to the changing climate using modeling, remote sensing products, in-situ measurements, and data-model fusion. My current research seeks to (1) advance global estimates of wetland methane emissions and understand their underlying process controls by jointly using process-based models, satellite observations of methane emission, and eddy covariance data; (2) quantify the broader impact of wetland methane emissions on the global carbon cycle and global carbon-climate feedbacks.