東亞水環境可持續發展研究中心 (WEEA)

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Research Fellow (Binquan Li)
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Binquan Li

B.Eng.,Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Hydrology and Water Resources

Collegeof Hydrology and Water Resources

Hohai University

1Xikang Road, Nanjing, P. R. China

Tel:+86 13776619440

Email:libinquan@gmail.com, libinquan@hhu.edu.cn

Education

HohaiUniversity, China, Hydrology and Water Resources, Ph.D., 2014

HohaiUniversity, China, Hydrology and Water Resources, B.Eng., 2007

Professional interest

Dr.Li is a hydrologist and water resources engineer specializing in hydrological processes in Loess Plateau, hydrological uncertainty theory and applications.Dr. Li has good experience and published extensively especially on developmentof hydrological models in different climatic regions, and probabilistic flood forecasting. Recently, Dr. Li extends his focuses on ecological and environmental protection of rivers and lakes in the Tibetan Plateau. Dr. Li is also in teaching on Engineering Hydrology for undergraduateand Uncertainty Analysis for Hydrologyand Water Resouces for doctoral candidate.

Professional service

1. Committeemember, China National Commission on Statistical Hydrology-IAHS

2. Editorialboard member, Journal of Pearl River

3.Reviewers, more than 10 international journals (Global Planet Change, J Hydro Eng, Stoch Env Res Risk A, J Am Water ResourAs, J Climate, Hydrol Res…)

Selected Journal Publications

1. Li,B., Y. He, L. Ren. 2017. Multisource hydrologic modeling uncertainty analysisusing the IBUNE framework in a humid catchment. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, doi: 10.1007/s00477-017-1424-x

2. Li,B., Z. Liang, Y. He, et al. 2017. Comparison of parameter uncertainty analysistechniques for a TOPMODEL application. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 31: 1045-1059.

3. Li,B., J. Zhang, Z. Yu, et al. 2017. Climate change driven water budget dynamics of a Tibetan inland lake. Global and Planetary Change, 150: 70-80.

4. Li,B., Z. Liang, J. Zhang, et al. 2017. A revised drought index based on precipitation and pan evaporation. International Journal of Climatology, 37:793-801.

5. Li,B., Z. Liang, J. Zhang, et al. 2016. Attribution analysis of runoff decline ina semiarid region of the Loess Plateau, China. Theoretical and AppliedClimatology, doi: 10.1007/s00704-016-2016-2.

6.Li, B., Z. Liang, J. Zhang, et al. 2016. Risk analysis of reservoir flood routing calculation based on inflow forecast uncertainty. Water, 8(11), 486.

7. Li,B., K. Acharya, Z. Yu, Z. Liang, et al. 2015. The Mass and Energy Exchange of aTibetan Glacier: Distributed Modeling and Climate Sensitivity. Journal of The American Water Resources Association, 51(4), 1088-1100.

8. Li,B., W. Zhou, Y. Zhao, et al. 2015. Using the SPEI to Assess Recent Climate Change in the Yarlung Zangbo River Basin, South Tibet. Water, 7, 5474-5486.

9.Li, B., Z. Yu, Z. Liang, et al. 2014. Hydrologic response of a high altitude glacierized basin in the central Tibetan Plateau. Global and Planetary Change,118, 69-84.

10.Li, B., Z. Liang, Z. Yu, et al. 2014. Evaluation of drought and wetnessepisodes in a cold region (Northeast China) since 1898 with different droughtindices. Natural Hazards, 71(3), 2063-2085.

11.Li, B., Z. Yu, Z. Liang, et al. 2014. Effects of Climate Variations and Human Activities on Runoff in the Zoige Alpine Wetland in the Eastern Edge of the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 29, 1026-1035.

Funded Projects

1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51509067): 2016-2018, PrincipalInvestigator (PI)

2. ResearchFunds for Arid Meteorology (No. IAM201510): 2016-2017, PI

3. General Project Funded by China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (No. 2015M580450):2015-2017, PI

4.Special Project Funded by China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (No.2015M580450): 2017-2018, PI

5. Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China (No. 2015B00114): 2015-2017,PI

6. Special Fund for Public Welfare Industry of the Ministry of Water Resources of China (201501004):2015-2017, co-PI