東亞水環境可持續發展研究中心 (WEEA)

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Senior Research Fellow (Guoqing Wang)
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   Dr. Guoqing Wang, professor of Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute (NHRI), chief engineer of Research Center for Climate Change (RCCC), Ministry of Water Resources (MWR), has more than 20-year experience of research in climate change, hydrology and water resources. He has been leading over 20 national scientific and technical programs, was awarded 5 times with China’s Ministerial Scientific and Technological Progress Awards. Dr. Wang has patented 5 China’s national inventions, published 4 academic books and over 150 research papers (>40 SCI indexed papers). His study areas include but not limit followings: hydrological modeling, climate change impact and adaptation, vulnerability and risk analysis, etc. He is one of the leading authors of China’s national climate change assessment reports and expert reviewers of IPCC –AR4 and IPCC-AR5.

Email: gqwang@nhri.cnTele: 86-25-85828531

Address: No.25, Guangzhou road, Nanjing, 210029, China


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Feb 2003~Dec 2006Hohai University, Nanjing, China, Ph.D. in hydrology and water resources

Sep 1998~ May 2001Hefei University of Technology, Heifei, China; MSc. in hydraulic engineering

Sep 1989~ Jul 1993Chengdu University of Science and Technology, Chendu, China, BSc. in terrestrial hydrology


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

July 2007—   Professor, Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute / Research Center for Climate Change, Ministry of Water Resources.

May 2005—June 2007Senior Engineer, Flood Control Office, Yellow River Conservancy Commission (YRCC), Ministry of Water Resources (MWR). P.R. China

Aug.1993~Apr. 2005Assistant Engineer, engineer, Senior engineer. Yellow River Institute of Hydraulic Research, YRCC, MWR, P. R. China


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

March ~April, 2009Sweden Meteorology and Hydrology Institute, Norkoping, Sweden, advanced training course of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

Jan 2004~Jun 2005University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia, MSc, hydrology and water resources

March~ June 2002Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; training course on hydrologic modeling


RESEARCH, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (Since 2010)

2016-2021China National key Scientific Program on Global Change, “Impacts of natural environmental change and intensive human activities on global terrestrial hydrological cycle”Team leader

2013-2017China National Natural Scientific Fund project, “Coupling responses and simulation of hydrological cycle process at different scale catchments to changes in climate and vegetation coverage”Team leader

2013-2018The Key China National Natural Scientific Fund project “Identifying attribution of runoff variation for climatically different catchments in a  changing environment”Team leader

2012-2015National key research project for the 12th 5-year plan, “Development and intergradations for adaptation measures to climate change (sea level rise ) in coastal areas of China”Team leader

2010-2014National Basic Research Program on Global Change (973 GC Program), “The impact of climate change on the hydrologic cycle and assessment of water resource security in the Region of Yellow River, Huaihe River and Hai River”Team leader

2010-2012ACCC (Adapting Climate Change in China) project, “Water resources assessment at China national level and adaptation to climate change”Team leader

2010-2012International Cooperation Project under ISTP between Sino-EU, “Impact of climate change on extreme hydrological events in the typical catchments of the Loess Plateau, China ”Team leader

2011-2013 National non-profit basic research program, “Key technical issues for water resources assessment in response to environmental change in the Haihe River Basin”Team leader


INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES (Since 2012)

2016.10.25-28Workshop on Hydrological Services (WGHS) of the WMO Regional Association II (Asia), Seoul, Republic of Korea. Keynote speech

2016. 7.31 - 8.5Hs16 - Uncertainties In Climate Change Impacts On Hydrology And Extreme Events. 13th Annual Meeting of AGOS. Beijing, P.R. China. Co-Convener and Session Chair, oral presentation

2015.6.22 - 7.2Hw2 - Hydrological Model inter - comparison for climate impact assessments. 26th IUGG General Assembly 2015. Prague, Czech Republic. Co-convener, oral presentation

2015.10.26-28 International Session of 2015 CHES Annual Conference on Water Sciences and Water Security in a Changing Environment. Nanjing, China. Secretary General and Session Chair. Oral presentation

2015.11.30-12.11The 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21). Paris, France, Observer

2014.12.1-12.8The twentieth session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 20). Lima, Peru. Observer

2014.9.30-10.3First Session of WMO RA-II Working Group on Hydrological Services (WGHS). Seoul, Republic of Korea. Oral presentation

2013.11.11-18The 19th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 19). Warsaw, Poland. Observer and oral presentation at China Pavilion

2013.1.21-23Technical visit to UCD Dooge Centre for Water Resources Research at University College of Dublin, National University of Ireland for cooperation on climate change and hydrology

2012.11.25-30The 18th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 18). Doha, Qatar. Observer and oral presentation at China Pavilion

2012.7.18-20UNFCCC technical workshop on water and climate change impacts and adaptation strategies. Mexico City, Mexico.

2011.6.28-7.72011 International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly. Melbourne, Australia. Oral presentation

2011.10.11-1413th River Symposium. Perth, Australia. Oral presentation


THE SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (Since 2010)

Wang, G. Q., Zhang, J.Y., He, R.M, et al. 2016. Runoff sensitivity to climate change for hydro-climatically different catchments in China. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. DOI 10.1007/s00477-016-1218-6

Wang, G.Q., Zhang, J.Y., Yang, Q.L. 2016. Attribution of Runoff Change for the Xinshui River Catchment on the Loess Plateau of China in a Changing Environment. Water. 2016, 8(267): doi:10.3390/w8060267

Wang, G.Q., J.Y. Zhang. 2015. Variation of water resources in the Huang-huai-hai areas and adaptive strategies to climate change. Quaternary International 380-381:180-186.

Wang, G..Q, Zhang, J.Y., Jin, J.L., et al. 2015. Simulating the hydrological responses to climate change of the Xiang River basin, China. Theor. Appl Climatol. DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1467-1

Wang, G.Q. Zhang, J.Y., Jin, J.L, Josh Weinberg, etc. 2015. Impacts of climate change on water resources in the Yellow River basin and identification of global adaptation strategies. Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change. DOI 10.1007/s11027-015-9664-x

Wang, G. Q., J. Y. Zhang, T. C. Pagano, Y. L. Liu, C. S. Liu, Z. X. Bao, J. L. Jin and R. M. He. 2015. Using hydrological simulation to detect human-disturbed epoch in runoff series. Water Science & Technology. 71(5):691-700. doi: 10.2166/wst.2014.526

Wang, G.Q., Zhang, J.Y., Xuan, Y.Q., et al. 2013. Simulating the Impact of Climate Change on Runoff in a Typical River Catchment of the Loess Plateau, China. Journal of Hydrometeorology, DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-12-081.1

Wang, G.Q., Zhang, J.Y., Jin, J.L., etal. 2013. Regional calibration of a water balance model for estimating stream flow in ungauged areas of the Yellow River Basin, Quaternary International, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2013.08.051

Wang, G.Q., Yan, X.L., Zhang, J.Y., Liu, C.S., Jin, J.L., Bao, Z.X., 2013. Detecting evolution trends in the recorded runoffs from the major rivers in China during 1950–2010. Journal of Water and Climate Change, doi: 10.2166/wcc.2013.021

Wang, G.Q., Zhang, J.Y., Thomas C. Pagano, Jin, J.L., Liu, C.S., 2013. Identifying Contributions of Climate Change and Human Activity to Changes in Runoff Using Epoch Detection and Hydrologic Simulation, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering,Vol. 18, No. 11, ASCE, 1084-0699/ 2013/11-0-0/

Wang, G.Q., Zhang, J.Y., Jin, J.L., et al. 2012. Assessing water resources in China using PRECIS projections and VIC model, Hydrology and Earth System Science, doi:10.5194/ P16-231

Wang, G.Q., Cuishan Liu, Sicheng Wan, Zhenxin Bao and Yanli Liu. 2016. Variability in stream flows of the Xiang River in a changing climate. Int. J. Global Warming.

Jianyun Zhang, Guoqing Wang, 2007. Impacts of climate change on hydrology and water resources. Science Press, Beijing. (in Chinese)

Meixiu Yu, Xiaolong Liu, Li Wei, Qiongfang Li, Jianyun Zhang and Guoqing Wang. 2016. Drought assessment by a short-/long-term composited drought index in the upper Huaihe River basin, China. Advances in Meteorology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/7986568

Ye Tian, Yueping Xu, Martijn Booij, Guoqing Wang. 2015. Uncertainty in Future High Flows in Qiantang River Basin, China. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16:363-380. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-13-0136.1

Song Xiaomeng, Zhang Jianyun, AghaKouchak Amir, Sen Roy S., Xuan Yunqing, Wang Guoqing, He Ruimin, Wang Xiaojun, Liu Cuishan. 2014. Rapid urbanization and changes in spatio-temporal characteristics of precipitation in Beijing metropolitan area. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere, 119(19): 11250-11271,

Zhang, JY, GQ. Wang, T. C. Pagano, JL. Jin, CS. Liu, RM. He, YL. Liu. 2013. Using hydrologic simulation to explore the impacts of climate change on runoff in the Huaihe River basin of China. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 18(11), pp1393-1399

Y.L Liu, J.Y Zhang, G.Q. Wang, J.F.Liu, R.M. He, H,J, Wang, C.S. Liu, J.L. Jin. 2012. Quantifying Uncertainty in Catchment-scale Runoff Modeling under Climate Change (Case of the Huaihe River, China), Quaternary International, 282, pp130-136.