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报告题目:Modeling Land Surface Hydrological Processes of Hydrometeorological Hazards
报  告  人:史晓刚 副教授(Senior Lecture) 英国格拉斯哥大学    

报告题目:Estimates and Controls of Large-scale Oceanic Net Community Production
报  告  人:李祖传 博士  美国伍兹霍尔海洋研究所       
邀  请  人:袁强强  副教授

    Dr Xiaogang Shi is a senior lecturer in hydrology at the University of Glasgow, which is the fourth oldest university in the UK and is now one of the world’s great broad-based, research-intensive universities. Dr Shi was awarded the Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada in 2012, and in 2015 received the Research Innovation Award of Australian Water Association. He is an expert on water resources and climate research, with interests on modeling and predicting the role of water resources in the climate system and understanding the nature of hydrologic variability and change under changing climate at local, regional, continental, and global scales. His research has been focused on land surface hydrologic model development, the analysis and modeling of hydrometeorological hazards (e.g. floods and droughts), hydrological forecasting, groundwater and surface-water interactions, snow and permafrost hydrology, and coupled modeling of land-atmosphere interactions in the context of climate variability and change by using remote sensing data, reanalysis products and in situ observations, as well as model outputs. He has been investigator on several grants (e.g. NSERC, Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and NNSF) over the past 5 years.
      Dr Zuchuan Li received B.S. degree in Geodesy and Geomatics of Wuhan University, and Ph.D.degree in Marine Biogeochemistry of Duke University. He now works as a postdoctoral scholar in department of applied ocean physics and engineering, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He mainly focuses on primary production and export production interaction between ocean physics and biogeochemistry, bio-optics and ocean color remote sensing. He has published more than 20 papers on Remote Sensing of Environment, JGR, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Biogeosciences, and Science of the Total Environment, and received NASA earth and space science fellowship in 2013.