Juying Warner received her BS in 1983 from the Nanjing University in China and her Ph.D. in 1997 from The University of Maryland, where she studied the radiative transfer theory and the modeling of the trace gases contributions to the atmospheric energy cycle. After graduation, she worked in the Atmospheric Chemistry Division at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) for five years. Dr. Warner began working in the Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) as an Assistant Research Scientist in 2004 and affiliated with the Department of Geography in 2009 as a Research Associate Professor. She transferred to the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science (AOSC) at University of Maryland College Park (UMD) in 2012, and has been a Research Professor since 2018. Dr. Warner has engaged in a wide range of studies concerning air quality, climate change, terrestrial and atmospheric environment, as well as atmospheric remote sensing techniques. She has, with her group, developed a suite of remote sensing algorithms and products (i.e., global distributions of atmospheric chemical species: CO, NH3, CH4, N2O, HNO3, etc.) using satellite instruments developed by NASA, NOAA, and ESA. Her work has led to new discoveries of information concerning earth’s environmental and climate changes, some of which are highlighted in the government and journal websites and in the news media. She has published 35 peer-reviewed journal articles in the world leading journals with over 2,300 citations and H-index of 24 by Google Scholar. She has received four scientific awards/medals from UCAR and NASA in the recent years. These awards illustrate a continuous period of her efforts of more than a decade and show the quality of the projects to which she has contributed.