张增信

发布者:工程水文所发布时间:2019-02-28浏览次数:2394

 

Prof. Zengxin Zhang

School of hydrology and water resources,

Hohai University, Nanjing, 210009 , P. R. China

Mobile: (86) 13515105399 

E-mail: nfuzhang@163.com

 

Education

 

08/2005- 06/2008  Ph. D. in climate change and Its impact on water resource in the Yangtze River. Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.          Dissertation title: Atmospheric-hydrological Dynamics and Possible Impacts on Water Resources in the YangtzeRiver Basin, China

 

09/2001-06/2004  M. Sc. Application of Meteorology, College of Meteorology Sciences.

Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (former Nanjing Institute of Meteorology) Nanjing, China. Dissertation title: The spatial patterns of SSTA in Western Pacific warm pool and its impact on summer rainfall in China.

                                               

09/1997-07/2001   B.Sc. in Geography, Department of Geography.Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China. Dissertation title: The changes of drought in Yellow river basin since 1951.

 

Working Experience

 

12/2017-present     Professor in Hohai University

05/2016-11/2017    Professor in Nanjing Forest University

06/2010-04/2016    Associated Professor in Nanjing Forest University

07/2004-05/2010    Lecturer in Nanjing Forest University

 

Academic Research Experience

 

05/2011-2012-06    Postdoctoral research fellow in climate change and global water-balance modeling with WASMOD-M parameter estimation.  Department of Geosciences, Oslo University, Norway

 

05/2010-06/2010   Visiting scholar Research, Short-term Program on variation trends of the droughts in Sudan and associated atmospheric circulation. Department of Geosciences, Oslo University, Norway

 

06/2008- 05/2010   Postdoctoral research fellow in climate change and droughts in the Yangtze River.Hohai University

 

10/2007-03/2008   Visiting Scholar Research, DAAD Short-term Program on scenario-based modelling studies to assess the impact of climate change on water resource in the Yangtze  River, China.  Department of Hydrology, Kiel University, Germany

 

PROJECTS EXPERIENCES  

12/2019-05/2022    In charge of a sub project of China National Key R&D Program during the 13th Five-year Plan Period:Comprehensive Utilization of water resources and Water Environment protection in the Middle and lower Reaches of the Yangtze River (Grant No. 2019YFC0409000)

1/2020-12/2023    In charge of National Nature Science Foundation of China (Grangt No: 41971025): Study on the influence of large-scale vegetation restoration on precipitation and its transmission mechanism in eastern monsoon region of China.

5/2018-12/2020    In charge of a sub project of China National Key R&D Program during the 13th Five-year Plan Period (Grant No. 2017YFC0406101)

 1/2016-12/2018    In charge of the Peak Reinsurance Company Limited project: Online Tropical Cyclone Activity Tracking Platform Development.

12/2015-12/2018   In charge of the Six Talent Peaks project in Jiangsu Province (Grant no. 2015-JY-017): The trends of vegetation restore and its impacts on the low streamflow in the upper Yangtze River basin.

1/2009-12/2011    In charge of National Nature Science Foundation of China (Grangt No: 40801015): Changing Features of Extreme Dryness and Wetness in the Yangtze River basin during 1901-2008.

 6/2008-5/2010     In charge of the State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering fund from Hohai University (Project No. 2008zd07): Analysis and Simulation of the Influence of the Variability of Extreme Dry/Wet Events on Water Resource in the Poyang Lake Basin

10/2009-12/2010   In charge of China Post-doctor Fund (Grangt No: 20090460077): Projection of furture Variability of Extreme Dry/Wet Events and Its Impact on Water Resource in the Lake Poyang Basin (first class)

10/2009-12/2010   In charge of Institute of Jiangsu Post-doctor Fund (Grangt No: 0902021C):The Relationship between Extreme Dry Events and Jiangsu Water Resource

10/2009-12/2010   In charge of Institute of Desert Meteorology, China Fund (Grangt No: Sqj20080011): The temporal and spatial of Moisture transport In Tarim River Basin and Its Impact on Drought.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1.   Zhang, Z.X.,Tian, J.XHuang, Y.HChen, X.Chen, S. Duan, Z.2019. Hydrologic evaluation of TRMM and GPM IMERG satellite-based precipitation in a humid basin of China. Remote Sensing, 11(4), 431; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11040431

2.   Zhang F.Y., Zhang, Z.X., Kong R., et al. Changes in forest Net Primary Productivity in the Yangtze River Basin and its relationship with climate change and human activities. Remote Sens. 2019, 11, 1451; doi:10.3390/rs11121451.

   3.Tian J.X., Juan Chang, Zhang, Z.X., Yanjun Wang, Yifan Wu and Tong Jiang. Influence of Three Gorges Dam on Downstream Low Flow. Water 2019, 11(1), 65; https://doi.org/10.3390/w11010065.

4. YifanWu, Zhang, Z.X., Yuhan Huang, Qiu Jin, Xi Chen and Juan Chang. Evaluation of the GPM IMERG v5 and TRMM 3B42v7 Precipitation Products in the Yangtze River Basin, China. Water, 2019, 11, 1459; doi:10.3390/w11071459.

5.Zhang, Z.X., Chang, J., Xu, C-Y., Zhou, Y., Wu, Y.H., Chen, X., Jiang, S.S., Duan, Z. 2018. The response of lake area and vegetation cover variations to climate change over the Qinghai-Tibetan P lateau during the past 30 years. Science of Total Environment, 635:  443–451.

6. Chang J., Jiaxi Tian, Zhang, Z.X.,  Xi Chen, Yizhao Chen, Sheng Chen and Zheng Duan. Changes of Grassland Rain Use Efficiency and NDVI in Northwestern China from 1982 to 2013 and Its Response to Climate Change. Water 2018, 10(11), 1689; https://doi.org/10.3390/w10111689.

     7.  J, S.S., Zhang, Z.X., Huang, Y.H., Chen, X., Chen, S. Evaluating the TRMM precipitation for extreme precipitation and streamflow in Ganjiang River Basin, China. Advance in Meteology, 2017 (2017): 1-15

       8. Du, W.Li, Z, Q., Zhang, Z.X., Jin, Q. Composition and biomass of aquatic vegetation in the Poyang Lake, China, Scientifica, 2017 (2017): 1-10.

9.  Zhang, Z.X., HuangY.H., Xu, C-Y. 2016. Analysis of Poyang Lake water balance and its indication of river–lake interaction. SpringerPlus, (2016)5:1555.

10. Zhang, Z.X., Jin, Q., Chen, X., Xu, C-Y. 2016. Evaluation of TRMM Multi-satellite precipitation analysis (TMPA) in the Yangtze River basin with a typical monsoon climate. Advances in Meteorology, (2016): 1-12.

11.  Zhang, Z.X., Jin, Q., Chen, X., Xu, C-Y. 2016. On the Linkage between the Extreme Drought and Pluvial Patterns in China and the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation. Advances in Meteorology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/8010638.

12.  Zhang, Z.X., Chen, X., Xu, C.Y., Hong, Y., Hardy, J., Sun,Z.H., 2015. Examining the influence of river-lake interaction on the drought and water resources in the Poyang Lake basin. Journal of Hydrology, 522: 510-521.

13.  Zhang, Z.X., Xu, C.Y., Yong, B., Hu, J.J., Sun, Z.H., 2012. Understanding the Changing Characteristics of Droughts in Sudan and the Corresponding Components of the Hydrologic Cycle. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13(5): 1520-1535.

14.   Zhang, Z.X., Xu, C.Y., El-Tahir, M.E., Cao, J.R., Singh, V.P., 2012. Spatial and temporal variation of precipitation in Sudan and their possible causes during 1948-2005. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 26(3): 429-441.

15. Zhang, Z.X., Chen X, Xu C-Y, Yuan L, Yong B, Yan S. 2011. Evaluating the non-stationary relationship between precipitation and streamflow in nine major basins of China during the past 50 years. Journal of Hydrology, 409(1-2): 81-93.

16.  Zhang, Z.X., Zhang, Q., Chen, X., Zhang, J.C., Zhou, J.W., 2011. Statistical properties of moisture transport in East Asia and their impacts on wetness/dryness variations in North China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 104(3-4): 337-347.

17. Zhang, Z.X., Tao H, Zhang Q, Zhang J, Forher N, Hörmann G. 2010. Moisture budget variations in the Yangtze River Basin, China, and possible associations with large-scale circulation. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 24(5): 579-589.

18. Zhang, Z.X., Zhang, Q., Xu, C.Y., Liu, C.L., Jiang, T. 2009. Atmospheric moisture budget and floods in the Yangtze River basin, China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 95 (3-4): 331-340.

19.  Zhang, Z.X., Zhang Qiang, Jiang Tong. 2007. Changing features of extreme precipitation in the Yangtze River basin during 1961- 2002. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 1: 33-42.

20. Zhang, Z.X., Zhang, Q., Zhang, J.C. Observed dryness and wetness variability in Shanghai during 1873–2005. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 19: 143-152.