東亞水環境可持續發展研究中心 (WEEA)

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Senior Research Fellow (Yiping Wu)
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Personal Information

Current Position: Professor, School of Human Settlements& Civil Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China

Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, 710049, China
Email Address: yipingwu@mail.xjtu.edu.cn
Personal Webpage: http://gr.xjtu.edu.cn/web/yipingwu/2

Education

Ph.D. 2009   in Water &Environmental Engineering, The University of Hong Kong, HKSAR

M.E.   2004   inEnvironmental Engineering, Xi’an University of Arch. & Tech., Xi’an, China

B.E.   2001   inEnvironmental Engineering, Xi’an University of Arch. & Tech., Xi’an, China

Research and Work Experience

2015.9-now present: Professor, Departmentof earth environmental science, Xi'an Jiaotong University

2014.11-2015.8: Senior scientist, Arcticregional alliance, USGS Eros Center

2009.11-2014.11: scientists, Arcticregional alliance, USGS Eros Center

Interests: Watershed hydrology, Nonpointsource pollution, Climate change, Land-use change, Ecosystem Water-Carbon-Nitrogen cycle and coupling, Soil moisture, Soilorganic carbon, Agricultural management, Greenhouse gas emissions, Data assimiliation, Model development and integration

Peer Reviewed Papers

1.Tan Z*, Liu S*, Sohl T, Wu Y, and YoungC, 2015. Ecosystem carbon stocks and sequestration potential of federal landsacross the conterminous United States. Proceedings of the National Academy ofSciences of the United States of America, 112(41): 12723-12728.

2.Wu Y*, Liu S*, Young C, Dahal D, Sohl T,and Davis B, 2015. Projection of corn production and stover harvesting impactson soil organic carbon dynamics in the U.S. Temperate Prairies. ScientificReports, 5, 10830.

3.Wu Y, Liu S*, Yan W*, Xia J, Xiang W,Wang K, Luo Q, Fu W, and Yuan W, 2015. Climate change and consequences on thewater cycle in the humid Xiangjiang River Basin, China. StochasticEnvironmental Research and Risk Assessment.

4.Wu Y*, Liu S*, and Tan Z, 2015.Quantitative attribution of major driving forces on soil organic carbondynamics. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 7(1): 2134.

5.Wu Y*, Liu S*, and Yan W, 2014. Auniversal Model-R Coupler to facilitate the use of R functions for modelcalibration and analysis. Environmental Modelling & Software, 62: 6569.

6.Wu Y* and Liu S*, 2014. A suggestion forcomputing objective function in model calibration, Ecological Informatics, 24:107111.

7.Wu Y*, Cheng D, Yan W*, Liu S, Xiang W,Chen J, Hu Y, Wu Q, 2014. Diagnosing climate change and hydrological responsesin the past decades for a minimally-disturbed headwater basin in South China,Water Resources Management, 28(12): 43854400.

8.Wu Y*, Liu S*, Huang Z, Yan W, 2014.Parameter optimization, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of an ecosystemmodel at a forest flux tower site in the United States. Journal of Advances inModeling Earth Systems, 6(2). 405419.

9.Wu Y*, Liu S*, Li Z, Dahal D, Young C,Schmidt GL, Liu J, Davis B, Sohl TL, Werner J, and Oeding J, 2014. Developmentof a generic auto-calibration package for regional ecological modeling andapplication in the Central Plains of the United States, Ecological Informatics,19: 3546.

10.Wu Y* and Liu S*, 2014. Improvement ofthe R-SWAT-FME framework to support multiple variables and multi-objectivefunctions, Science of the Total Environment, 466467: 455466.

11.Wu Y*, Liu S*, Sohl T, and Young C,2013. Projecting the land cover change and its environmental impacts in theCedar River Basin in the Midwestern United States, Environmental ResearchLetters,8(2), 024025.

12.Wu Y* and Chen J*, 2013. Investigatingthe effects of point source and nonpoint source pollution on the water qualityof the East River (Dongjiang) in South China, Ecological Indicators, 32: 294304.

13.Wu Y* and Chen J*, 2013. Analyzing thewater budget and hydrological characteristics and responses to land use in a monsoonalclimate river basin in South China, Environmental Management, 51(6): 1174-1186.

14.Wu Y*, Li T*, Sun L, and Chen J, 2013.Parallelization of a hydrological model using the message passing interface,Environmental Modelling & Software, 43: 124132.

15.Wu Y and Chen J*, 2013. Estimatingirrigation water demand using an improved method and optimizing reservoiroperation for water supply and hydropower generation: a case study of theXinfengjiang reservoir in southern China, Agricultural Water Management, 116:110121.

16.Wu Y and Chen J*, 2012. Modeling ofsoil erosion and sediment transport in the East River Basin in southern China,Science of the Total Environment, 441: 159168.

17.Wu Y and Liu S*, 2012. Modeling of landuse and reservoir effects on nonpoint source pollution in a highly agriculturalbasin, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 14(9): 23502361.

18.Wu Y, Liu S*, and Gallant A, 2012.Predicting impacts of increased CO2 and climate change on the water cycle andwater quality in the semiarid James River Basin of the Midwestern USA, Scienceof the Total Environment, 430: 150160.

19.Wu Y, Liu S*, and Chen J, 2012.Urbanization eases water crisis in China, Environmental Development, 2: 142144.

20.Wu Y, Liu S* and Li Z, 2012. Identifyingpotential areas for biofuel production and evaluating the environmentaleffects: a case study of the James River Basin in the Midwestern United States,Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 4(6): 875888.

21.Wu Y and Liu S*, 2012. Automatingcalibration, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of complex models using the Rpackage Flexible Modeling Environment (FME): SWAT as an example, EnvironmentalModelling & Software, 31: 99109.

22.Wu Y and Liu S*, 2012. Impacts ofbiofuels production alternatives on water quantity and quality in the IowaRiver Basin, Biomass & Bioenergy, 36:182191.

23.Wu Y and Chen J*, 2012. Anoperation-based scheme for a multiyear and multipurpose reservoir to enhancemacro-scale hydrologic models, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13(1): 270283.

24.Wu Y, Liu S*, and Abdul-Aziz OI, 2012.Hydrological effects of the increased CO2 and climate change in the UpperMississippi River Basin Using a modified SWAT, Climatic Change, 110(34): 9771003.

25.Chen J* and Wu Y, 2012. Advancing representationof hydrologic processes in the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) throughintegration of the TOPographic MODEL (TOPMODEL) features, Journal of Hydrology,420421: 319328.

26.Zhou G*, Wei X, Wu Y, Liu S, Huang Y,Yan J, Zhang D, Zhang Q, Liu J, Meng Z, Wang C, Chu G, Liu SZ, Tang X, and LiuX, 2011. Quantifying the hydrological responses to climate change using anintact forested small watershed in Southern China, Global Change Biology,17(12): 37363746.

USGS Professionalpapers and open reports

1.Liu S, Liu J, Wu Y, Young C, Werner JM,Dahal D, Oeding J, and Schmidt GL, 2014. Baseline and Projected Future CarbonStorage, Carbon Sequestration, and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in TerrestrialEcosystems of the Eastern United States, Chapter 7 of Baseline and ProjectedFuture Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in Ecosystems of the EasternUnited States (eds Zhu Z and Reed B), U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper1804. pp.115156. Reston, Virginia.

2.Liu S, Wu Y, Young C, Dahal D, WernerJM, Liu J, Li Z, Tan Z, Schmidt GL, Oeding J, Sohl TL, Hawbaker TJ, and SleeterBM, 2012. Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes ofTerrestrial Ecosystems in the Western United States, Chapter 9 of Baseline andProjected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in Ecosystems of theWestern United States (eds Zhu Z and Reed B), U.S. Geological SurveyProfessional Paper 1797. pp. 109124. Reston, Virginia.

3.Liu S, Liu J, Young C, Werner JM, Wu Y,Li Z, Dahal D, Oeding J, Schmidt GL, Sohl TL, Hawbaker TJ, and Sleeter BM,2012. Baseline Carbon Storage, Carbon Sequestration, and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxesin Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Western United States, U.S. Geological SurveyProfessional Paper 1797. pp. 4563. Reston, Virginia.

4.Wu Y and Liu S, 2012. R-SWAT-FME Users Guide, U.S. Geological Survey Open-FileReport 2012-1071. pp. 5. Reston, Virginia.