SE: Dr. MENG Xianyong
College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University (CAU)
Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)
2011: Ph.D, Xinjiang Institute of ecology and geography & Xinjiang University, Chinese Academy of Sciences. P.R. China.
2007: B.Eng, School of Computer Science & Technology, Xinjiang Normal University. P.R. China.
2019：Professor(Associate), College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University (CAU)
2018：Lecturer, College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University (CAU)
2018: Research Associate, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)
2017: Deputy Director & Senior Research Fellow, Key Laboratory of Sustainable Development of Water Environment for East Asia (WEEA), China.
2016: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, State Key Laboratory of Simulation and Regulation of Water Cycle in River Basin & China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR), China.
2014: Visited scholars. National Meteorological Information Center (NMIC) of China Meteorological Administration (CMA). Beijing, P.R. China.
Water resource research, Hydrological model improvement, 3S integration, Atmosphere assimilation, Land surface model simulation, Parameterization scheme, Water pollution, Non-point source pollution.
2017: Project ‘Study on snowmelt flood process, mechanism and prediction and warning in northern slope of Tianshan Mountains' -The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region science and Technology Progress Award (The third prize).
2016: Project ‘Study on snowmelt flood process, mechanism and prediction and warning in northern slope of Tianshan Mountains' -The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region achievements in 2016 (International leading).
2016: Project ‘Key technologies of meteorological and hydrological forecasting under changing environment' -Da Yu prize for water conservancy science and technology (The first prize).
2014: Paper ‘Research on Improvement and Application of Snowmelt Module in SWAT' - Xinjiang outstanding water conservancy science and technology thesis Award in 2014 (The first prize).
2014: Paper ‘Influence of Climate Change and Human Activities on Water Resources in Ebinur Lake in Recent 60 Years' - Xinjiang outstanding water conservancy science and Technology Thesis Award in 2014 (The second prize).
2014: Paper ‘Sensitive Analysis of Snowmelt Runoff on North Slope of Tianshan Mountains'- Xinjiang outstanding water conservancy science and Technology Thesis Award in 2014 (The second prize).
2014: Paper ‘Research on Improvement and Application of Snowmelt Module in SWAT' - The thirteenth Xinjiang autonomous region natural science excellent academic paper in 2014. (The first prize).
2013: Paper ‘Sandy Desertification Early-warning Model based on a 30 m×30 m Grid Scale: A case study on middle section of the lower reaches of Tarim River'-Xinjiang outstanding water conservancy science and Technology Thesis Award in 2013. (The first prize).
2012: Paper ‘Research and Application of Double-layer Snowmelt Runoff Model Based on Grid Scale' - The thirteenth Xinjiang autonomous region natural science excellent academic paper in 2012. (The first prize).
Meng, X.Y.; Wang, H.; Chen, J. (2019). Profound Impacts of the China Meteorological Assimilation Dataset for SWAT model (CMADS). Water 11, 832.
Meng, X.; Zhang, X.; Yang, M.; Wang, H.; Chen, J.; Pan, Z.; Wu, Y. (2019). Application and Evaluation of the China Meteorological Assimilation Driving Datasets for the SWAT Model (CMADS) in Poorly Gauged Regions in Western China. Water, 11, 2171.
Meng, X., Wang, H., Chen, J. et al. (2019) .High-resolution simulation and validation of soil moisture in the arid region of Northwest China. Sci Rep 9, 17227 doi:10.1038/s41598-019-52923-x
Meng, X.Y.; Wang, H.; Shi, C.; Wu, Y.; Ji, X(2018). Establishment and Evaluation of the China Meteorological Assimilation Driving Datasets for the SWAT Model (CMADS).Water,10,1555.
Meng,X.Y., Wang, H., Wu,Y. P., Long, A.H., Wang, J.H., Shi,C.X., Ji,X.N. (2017). Investigating spatiotemporal changes of the land surface processes in Xinjiang using high-resolution CLM3.5 and CLDAS: Soil temperature. Sci Rep. 7. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-10665-8.
Meng, X.Y., Wang, H., Lei, X.H., Cai, S.Y., Wu, H.J., Ji, X.N., and Wang, J.H. (2017). Hydrological Modeling in the Manas River Basin Using Soil and Water Assessment Tool Driven by CMADS. Tehnicki Vjesnik-Technical Gazette, 24(2), 525-534.
Meng,X.Y., Yu,D.L., LIU,Z.H. (2015). Energy BalanceBased SWAT Model to Simulate the Mountain Snowmelt and Runoff --Taking the Application in Juntanghu Watershed (China) as an Example. Journal of Mountain Sciences, 12(2), 368-381. DOI:10.1007/s11629-014-3081-6. WOS:000351664200009.
Meng, X.Y.*, Wang, H. (2017). Significance of the China Meteorological Assimilation Driving Datasets for the SWAT Model (CMADS) of East Asia. Water. 9, (10),765. doi:10.3390/w9100765.
Meng,X.Y., Che,L., Liu,Z.H., Che,N., Ji,X.N. (2017). Towards a Partial Differential Equation Remote Sensing Image Method Based on Adaptive Degradation Diffusion Parameter. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 76, (1): 17651–17667 DOI: 10.1007/s11042-015-2881-1.
Meng,X.Y*. (2016).Snowmelt Runoff Analysis Under Generated Climate Change Scenarios for the Juntanghu River Basin in Xinjiang, China. Tecnología y Ciencias del Agua,7(4),41-54.WOS:00038600990000.
Meng,X.Y. (2018).Spring Flood Forecasting Based on the WRF-TSRM mode. Tehnicki Vjesnik-Technical Gazette.25(1):27-37.
Meng, X.Y.; Wu, Y.; Pan, Z.; Wang, H.; Yin, G.; Zhao, H.(2019).Seasonal Characteristics and Particlesize Distributions of Particulate Air Pollutants in Urumqi. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 16, 396.
Deng, L.; Meng, X.; Yu, R.; Wang, Q. (2019). Assessment of the Effect of Mulch Film on Crops in the Arid Agricultural Region of China under Future Climate Scenarios. Water 11, 1819.
Guo, B., Zhang, J., Meng, X*. et al. Long-term spatio-temporal precipitation variations in China with precipitation surface interpolated by ANUSPLIN. Sci Rep 10, 81 (2020) doi:10.1038/s41598-019-57078-3
Yuan, Z.; Xu, J.; Meng, X*.; Wang, Y.; Yan, B(2019).Impact of Climate Variability on Blue and Green Water Flows in the Erhai Lake Basin of Southwest China.Water 11, 424.
Liu, X.; Yang, M.; Meng, X*.; Wen, F.; Sun, G(2019). Assessing the Impact of Reservoir Parameters on Runoff in the Yalong River Basin using the SWAT Model.Water11, 643.
Zhang, L.; Meng, X*.; Wang, H.; Yang, M(2019).Simulated Runoff and Sediment Yield Responses to LandUse Change Using the SWAT Model in Northeast China. Water,11, 915.
Dong, N.P., Yang, M.X., Meng,X.Y*.(2018).,Liu, X.et al. CMADS Driven Simulation and Analysis of Reservoir Impacts on the Stream flow with a Simple Statistical Approach. Water 11(1), 178
Di Long,Liangliang Bai,La Yan,Cai jin Zhang,Wenting Yang,Huimin Lei,Jinling Quan,Xianyong Meng,Chunxiang Shi(2019).Generation of spatially complete and daily continuous surface soil moisture of high spatial resolution,Remote Sensing of Environment,233.111364.DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2019.111364.
Shang Y.Z., Liu,R.H.,Yuntao Ye, Ronghua Liu,Ling Shang, Chunna Liu,Meng,X.Y.et al. (2017).China’s energywater nexus: Hydropower generation potential of joint operation of the Three Gorges and Qingjiang cascade reservoirs.Energy.142：14-32.
Xue,L.Q., Zhu,M.B., Yang,C.B., Zhang,L.C., Meng,X.Y. (2017). Study on the characteristics of future precipitation in response to external changes over arid and humid basins.Sci Rep.7,15148.
Qiu, L., Wu, Y., Wang, L., Lei, X., Liao, W., Hui, Y., Meng, X.Y(2017) Spatiotemporal response of the water cycle to land use conversions in a typical hillygully basin on the Loess Plateau, China, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss.,2017.1-30.doi:10.5194/hess-2017-343.
Guest editor of the journal, Water.
Scientific editor of the journal, Journal of Mountain Science (JMS).
Reviewer for the journal, Scientific Reports.
Reviewer for the journal, Waste Management & Research.
Reviewer for the journal, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment.
Contact Information: Dr.MENG Xianyong, Research associate, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) & College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agriculture University (CAU)
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