陈力
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姓 名
陈  力
性 别
   
民 族
 
出生日期
 1973.10
政治面貌
 
教 龄
 
学 历
 研究生
学 位
 博士
现任职务
 
技术职称
教授
通信地址
 南京市西康路1号河海大学水文水资源学院
邮 编
 210098
电 话
 025-83787079
Email
 lchen@hhu.edu.cn


研究方向:

研究方向包括流域水文及环境水文、河道水动力、侵蚀与泥沙输移的机理及数值模拟等。

主要研究地表及近地表的水流运动及其引起的物质传输 过程,以及其带来的环境和生态效应。在降雨-产流过程机理与模拟、河道水流动力学、侵蚀与泥沙输移等方面做出深入研究。代表性成果包括:国际上首次建立坡 面入渗模型并阐明坡面入渗规律;发展双层入渗加二维汇流的高精度降雨-产流模型;剖析产汇流过程与植物斑块相互作用机理;建立融合流体力学及材料力学的水 流-植物相互作用模拟方法;发展细沟不平衡输沙侵蚀模型;提出推移质输沙的空间非均质性概念及其对输沙不确定性的影响等。成果发表于 Water Resources Research、Advances in Water Resources、 Journal of Hydrology等国际权威水文期刊,SCI收录论文20余篇,引用260次。

“国家青年千人计划”特聘教授陈力带领的流域水文过程机理课题组欢迎相关专业的硕士、博士研究生报考或申请加入课题组!

教育经历

1990-1994   武汉水利电力大学 河流工程系   获工学学士学位

1994-1997   武汉水利电力大学 河流工程系   获工学硕士学位

1997-2001   中科院力学所 环境流体力学室   获理学博士学位

工作经历:

2001-2003   Visiting scientist, University of Georgia, U.S.

2003-2013   Postdoctoral Fellow/Assistant Research Professor/Associate Research Professor

                     Desert Research Institute, U.S.

2013-至今   河海大学水文水资源学院,国家青年千人计划特聘教授,博士生导师

学术任职:

学会会员:美国地球物理联合会(AGU)、美国土木工程师协会(ASCE)

学术期刊审稿人:Water Resource Research, Advances in Water Resources, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Journal of Hydrology, Hydrologic Science Journal, Vadose Zone Journal, Soil Sciences Society of American Journal, Journal of American Water Resources Association, Journal of Hydrological Engineering, International Journal of Wildland Fire

评审委员:George B. and Jane C. Maxey Research Paper AwardJudge of AGU Hydrology Session’s Outstanding Student Paper Award (OSPA)

科研项目:

1. 国家自然科学基金:概念模型的假设检验

2. 青年千人自由探索研究项目

3. 江苏省双创计划创新个人研究项目:地表-地下水文系统多尺度耦合机理及模拟方法研究

4. Collaborative Research: Predicting the Interactions between Flow, Sediment, and Riparian Vegetation, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

5. Evaluation of Floodplain Function for Flood Control and Stream Restoration, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

6. Modeling Soil-Water-Vegetation Response to Climate Change, International Arid Lands Consortium (IALC).

7. Wildfire impact on Virgin River water quality and fish population, Washington County Water Conservancy District

8. Rapid watershed characterization on Southwestern U.S.U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

9. Rawhide Watershed study, Flood Control District of Maricopa County

10. Rainbow Wash Watershed study, Flood Control District of Maricopa County

11. Post-Fire Debris Flow in the Southwestern US – An Increase in Risk due to Climate Change, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

12. Effect of sediment yield from tributary on sediment transport feature of mainstream Rio Grande. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

13. Estimation of short-duration volume-frequency relationships in arid/semi-arid watersheds- Phase IV, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

14. Wildfire Impact on watershed hydrological processes. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

15. Assess and Improve Infiltration Analyses to Support Estimates of Recharge and Initial Abstraction. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

16. Guidance for sedimentation modeling in stream restorations, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

17. Soil heterogeneity and moisture distribution due to rainfall events in vegetated desert areas: Potential impact on soil recharge and ecosystems. U.S. Geological Survey

主要论著

1. Chen, L., Xiang, L., Young, M.H., Yin, J., Yu, Z.B., van Genuchten, M.T. Optimal parameters for the Green-Ampt infiltration model under rainfall conditions. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics (in press).

2. Chen, L.,Acharya, K., andStone, M. (2014). Using a mechanical approach to quantify flow resistance by submerged, flexible vegetation - a revisit of Kouwen's approach.Advances in Water Resources. Vol.73, 198-202.

3. Sun, H., Chen, D., Zhang, Y., Chen, L. (2014). Understanding partial bed-load transport: experiments and stochastic model analysis. Journal of Hydrology. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.11.064

4. Zhang, Y., Chen, L., Reeves, D.M., Sun, H., (2014). A fractional-order tempered-stable continuity model to capture surface water runoff. Journal of Vibration and Control. doi:10.1177/1077546314557554.

5. Zhang, Y., Martin, R.L., Chen, D., Baeumer, B., Sun, H., Chen, L., (2014). A subordinated advection model for uniform bedload transport from local to regional scales. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf. 2014JF003145. doi:10.1002/2014JF003145.

6. Chen, X., Zhao, J., and Chen, L. (2014). Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Preferential Flow in Fractured Network with Clogging Process. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2014, Article ID 879189, 13 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/879189.

7. Thompson, S. E., Assouline, S., Chen, L., Trahktenbrot, A., Svoray, T., and Katul, G. G. (2014). Secondary dispersal driven by overland flow in drylands: Review and mechanistic model development. Movement Ecology, 2(1), 7.

8. Chen, L., S. Sela, T. Svoray, and S. Assouline, (2013) The role of soil surface sealing, microtopography and vegetation patches in rainfall-runoff processes in semiarid areas. Water Resources Research, 49, 55855599, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20360.

9. Chen, L. M. Berli and K. Chief (2013) Examining Modeling Approaches for the Rainfall-Runoff Process in Wildfire Affected Watersheds. Journal American Water Resources Association. DOI:10.1111/jawr.12043.

10. Stone, M.S., L. Chen, K. McKay, J. Goreham, K Acharya, C. Fischenich and A.B. Stone (2013). Bending of submerged woody riparian vegetation as a function of Hydraulic flow conditions. River Research and Application. 29(2), 195-205, DOI:10.1002/rra.1592.

11. Chen, L. R. Schumer, A. Knust and W. Forsee (2012) Impact of Temporal Resolution of Flow-Duration curve on Sediment Load Estimation. Journal American Water Resources Association, 48(1). DOI:10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00602.x.

12. Xiang L., Z. Yu, L. Chen, J. Mon, and H., Lü (2012) Evaluating coupled water, vapor and heat flows and their influence on the moisture dynamics in the arid region. Journal of Hydrological Engineering. 16(4), 565-577, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000474.

13. Chen, L. M.S. Stone, K. Acharya and K.A. Steinhaus (2011) Mechanical analysis for emergent vegetation in flowing fluids. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 49(6), 766-774.

14. Chen, L. (2010), An integral approach for large deflection cantilever beams. Int J. Nonlin Mech. 10.1016/j.ijnonlinmec.2009.12.004.

15. Chen, L., Zhu, J.; Young, M.H., Susfalk, R.B. (2009), An integrated approach to modeling solute transport in streams and canals with applications. Journal of Hydrology. v.378. n.1-2. pp.128-136. 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.09.012.

16. Chen, L. and M.C. Stone (2008) Heterogeneity of Bed Material Size Distribution and Bedload Transport Uncertainty. Water Resources Research, 44, W01405, doi:10.1029/2006WR005483.

17. Liu, Q.Q, L. Chen., J.C. Li, V.P. Singh (2007), A non-equilibrium sediment transport model for rill erosion. Hydrol. Process. 21, 1074-1084.

18. Chen, L. and M.H. Young (2006) Green-Ampt Infiltration Model on Sloping Surfaces. Water Resources Research, 42, W07420, doi:10.1029/2005WR004468.

19. Duan, J.G., L. Chen and S. Scott, (2006) Application of fractional bed load transport rate to a desert gravel-bed streams. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 44(5): 624-630.

20. Liu Q.Q., L. Chen., J.C. Li and V. P. Singh (2005) On roll waves in overland flow, Journal of Hydrological Engineering, 10(2): 110-117.

21. Liu Q.Q., L. Chen, J. C. Li and V. P. Singh. (2004) Two Dimensional Kinematic Wave Modeling of Overland flow, Journal of Hydrology, 291, 28-41.

22. Chen, L., Q.Q. Liu, J. C. Li, (2001) Runoff Generation Characteristics in Typical Erosion Regions on the Loess Plateau. International Journal of Sediment Research, 16(4). 473-485.