CURRICULUM VITAE 31 May 2016
Name: Qiang Liu
Date of Birth: 15th May 1978
Work Address: Home Address:
School of Environment, Same “Above”
Beijing Normal University,
No. 19 Xinjiekouwai Street
Haidian District Beijing, 100875
Work 86-10-58802771 Home 86-13699127056
Fax 86-10-58802771 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
lPh. D. in Hydrological process and water resources management team. Northeast Institute of Geography and Agro-ecology (NEIAGE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), 2006.
lB.A. in Ludong University, China, 2001.
l2013 Prized by the Beijing Higher Education Young Elite Teacher Project: Response of water budget to the climatic and vegetation changes at basin scale (YETP0259, 2013-2015, Project leader);
lYang, Z.F., Cui, B.S., Sun, T., Bai, J.H., Chen, H., Yang, W., Yin, X.A., Liu, Q., Zhao, X., Li, Y., Wang, Q., Liu, X.H., Zhao, Y.W., Chen, B., 2012. Integrated assessment models, optimized allocations, and ecological operation technologies of environmental flows for wetlands, first prize of Ministry of education, science and technology progress.
Citations of Publications:
368 ISI Web of Science
10 ISI Web of Science h-index
532 Google Scholar (includes above and other sources including Chinese language journals)
l2013.9-Current: State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, Associate Professor, Ph.D. supervisor.
l2006.7-2013.8: State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, Post-Doc, Lecturer.
Journal Publications (Peer Reviewed):
Reviewer of the Journals: Journal of Hydrology, Water Resources Research, Hydrological Processes, Water Resources Management, Ecological Engineering, Agricultural Water Management, International Journal of Climatology, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Thoretical and Applied Climatology, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, and Climatic Changes.
·Member of IAHR (International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research);
·Member of the International Water Association (IWA);
·Member of the Geographical Society of China.
lThe Beijing Higher Education Young Elite Teacher Project: Response of water budget to the climatic and vegetation changes at basin scale (YETP0259, 2013-2015) (Project leader).
lThe Major State Basic Research Development Program of China (973 Program): Security evaluation of water resource and adaptive strategies in response to climate change (No. 2010CB951104, 2010-2014) (Academic Researcher);
lThe Major State Basic Research Development Program of China (973 Program): Ecological restoration and compensation for the damaged wetlands induced by reclamation (No. 2010CB951104, 2013-2017) (Academic Researcher);
lThe National Science Foundation for Innovative Research Group: water environment, water ecology and integrated management (No: 51121003, 2012-2017) (Academic Researcher);
lSpecial found of State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation of China: The response of hydrological processes to climate variability and vegetation changes in the basin scale (No. 11K02ESPCN, 2011-2013) (Academic Researcher);
lNational Science and Technology Special Project on Water Pollution Control and Management: “Technology and demonstration of ecological water requirement and integrated regulation of Aquatic ecosystem in the Baiyangdian watershed, China, (No. 2008ZX07209-009-03), (2008-2011) (Academic Researcher);
lThe National Natural Science Foundation of China: Hydrological process and its ecological effect on the restoration of wetland in the lower reach Yellow river (No. 40701189, 2008-2010) (Project leader).
Journal Publications (Peer Reviewed):
(21) Liu, Q., 2014. Effect of Groundwater Level Fluctuation on Phragmites australis Evapotranspiration in the Baiyangdian Lake. Wetland Science 12(5): 552-557
(20) Liu, Q., Mou, X., 2014. Interactions between surface water and groundwater: Key processes in ecological restoration of degraded coastal wetlands caused by reclamation. Wetland Doi: 10.1007/s13157-014-0582-6.
(19) Liu, Q., Liang, L.Q., 2014. Impacts of climate changes on water balance in the non-humid large basin. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. Doi: 10.1007/s00704-014-1255-3.
(18) Yang, Z.F., Xie, T., Liu, Q., 2013. Physiological responses of Phragmites australis to the combined effects of water and salinity stress. Ecohydrology Doi: 10.1002/eco.1361.
(17) Yan, Y., Yang, Z.F., Liu, Q., 2013. Nonlinear trend in streamflow and its response to climate change under complex ecohydrological patterns in the Yellow River Basin, China. Ecological Modelling 252, 220-227.
(16) Liang, L.Q., Liu, Q., 2013. Streamflow sensitivity analysis to climate change for a large water-limited basin. Hydrological Processes Doi: 10.1002/hyp.9720.
(15) Liu, Q., McVicar, T.R., 2012. Assessing climate change induced modification of Penman potential evaporation and runoff sensitivity in a large water-limited basin. Journal of Hydrology 464-465, 352-262.
(14) Wang, Q., Yang, Z.F., Liu, Q., 2012. Water preservation and the ecological effects of removing leaves from stalks for a reed dominant wetland. Ecological Engineering 49, 118-122.
(13) Yang, Z.F., Yan, Y., Liu, Q., 2012. Assessment of the flow regime alterations in the Lower Yellow River, China. Ecological Informatics 10, 56-64.
(12) Yang, Z.F., Liu, Q., 2011. Response of streamflow to climate changes in the Yellow River Basin, China. Journal of Hydrometeorology 12(5), 1113-1126.
(11) Liu, Q., Cui, B.S., 2011. Impacts of climate change/variability on the streamflow in the Yellow River Basin, China. Ecological Modelling 222, 268-274.
(10) Yang, Z.F., Liu, Q., Cui, B.S., 2011. Spatial distribution and temporal variation of reference evapotranspiration during 1961-2006 in the Yellow River Basin, China. Hydrological Science Journal 56(6), 1015-1026.
(9) Liang, L.Q., Li, L.J., Liu, Q., 2011. Precipitation variability in Northeast China from 1961 to 2008. Journal of Hydrology 404, 67-76.
(8) Liang, L.Q., Li, L.J., Liu, Q., 2011. Spatio-temporal variations of reference crop evapotranspiration and pan evaporation in the west Songnen Plain of China. Hydrological Sciences Journal 56(7), 1300-1313.
(7) Liu, Q., Yang, Z.F., 2010. Quantitative estimation of the impact of climate change on actual evapotranspiration in the Yellow River Basin, China. Journal of Hydrology 395, 226-234.
(6) Liu, Q., Yang, Z.F., Cui, B.S., Sun, T., 2010. The temporal trends of reference evapotranspiration and its sensitivity to key meteorological variables in the Yellow River Basin, China. Hydrological Processes 24, 2171-2181.
(5) Liang, L.Q., Li, L.J., Liu, Q., 2010. Temporal variation of reference evapotranspiration during 1961-2005 in the Taoer River basin of Northeast China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150, 298-306.
(4) Liang, L.Q., Li, L.J., Liu, Q., 2010. Saptial distribution of reference evapotranspiration considering topography in the Taoer river basin of Northeast China. Hydrology Research 41, 425-437.
(3) Liu, Q., Yang, Z.F., Cui, B.S., Sun, T., 2009. Temporal trends of Hydro-climatic variables and runoff response to climatic variability and vegetation changes in the Yiluo River basin, China. Hydrological Processes 23(21), 3030-3039.
(2) Liu, Q., Cui, B.S., Yang, Z.F., 2009. Dynamics of the soil water and solute in the sodic saline soil in the Songnen Plain, China. Environmental Earth Sciences 59, 837-845.
(1) Liu, Q., Yang, Z.F., Cui, B.S., 2008. Spatial and temporal variability of annual precipitation during 1961-2006 in Yellow River Basin, China. Journal of Hydrology 361,330-338.