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Bin WANG (王彬)

 

 

School of Soil and Water Conservation          

Beijing Forestry University

P.O. Box 67, 35 Qinghua East Rd, Beijing, 100083 China

Mobile Phone: +86-18811799663

Work Phone: +86-10-62336635

Fax: +86-10-62338255

Email: wangbin1836@bjfu.edu.cnwangbin1836@gmail.com

 

Current Position

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center of Spatial Analysis, The University of Oklahoma

Lecturer, School of Soil and Water Conservation, Beijing Forestry University

Fields of Expertise

² Soil Erosion and Its Control (Process, model, monitoring and control)

² Assessment of On-site and Off-site effect by Soil Erosion, and Watershed Heath Evaluation

² Eco-environmental rehabilitation and evaluation in eroded region

² Potential impact assessment of climate change on water resources and soil erosion

Education

Ph.D.       Soil and Water Conservation, 2013, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, China

M.Sc.       Soil and Water Conservation, 2009, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, China

B.Sc.       Soil and Water Conservation, 2006, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, China

Professional Activities

² President of the WASWAC Youth Committee

² World Association of Soil and Water Conservation (WASWC)

² Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering (CSAE)

Current Research Projects

² Dynamic mechanism of soil erodibility and its quantification for the purple soil and yellow soil, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 2015-2017, Project leader.

² Potential impact of climate change on sediment delivery in the Yangtze River (1950–2012), supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, 2013-2015, Project leader.

² Gully erosion process and its dynamic simulation in Hilly-gully Loess Region of China, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 2013-2016, Project participant.

Teaching Responsibilities

² “Geomorphology” for undergraduate students

² “Rock and Soil Mechanics” for undergraduate students

Recent Awards

² The 2015 WASWAC International Outstanding Youth Paper Award

² The 2012 Doctoral graduate National Scholarship, form Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China

² The 2011 Best Paper Award, from the 3rd Ph.D. Students Academic Forum

² The 2006, 2009 Excellent Student of Shaanxi Province, from Education Department of Shaanxi Provincial Government

² The 2014 Young Educator Award, from Beijing Forestry University

Recent Publications (out of 30+ peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters)

Journal publications

² Bin Wang, Fenli Zheng, Frédéric Darboux, M.J.M. Römkens. 2013. Soil Erodibility in Erosion by Water: A Perspective and the Chinese Experience. Geomorphology, 187:1-10.

² Wang, B., Zheng, F.L., Römkens, M.J.M. 2013. Comparison of soil erodibility factors in USLE, RUSLE2, EPIC and Dg models based on a Chinese soil erodibility database. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B - Soil & Plant Science, 63(1):69-79.

² B. Algayer, B. Wang, H. Bourennane, et al. 2014. Erodibility of a crusted soil: assessment of controlling factors and consequences for erosion modelling: An example from the Loess Plateau of China. European Journal of Soil Science, 65(3):325-335.

² Wang Bin, Zheng Fenli, Wang Yuxi. 2012. Adaptability analysis on soil erodibility models in typical thin layer black soil area of Northeast China. Transactions of the CSAE, 28(6): 126-131.

² Juan An, Fenli Zheng, Bin Wang. 2014.Using 137Cs technique to investigate the spatial distribution of erosion and deposition regimes for a small catchment in the black soil region, Northeast China. Catena, 123:243-251.

² Yinghui Guan, Xunchang Zhang, Fenli Zheng, Bin Wang. 2015. Trends and variability of daily temperature extremes during 1960–2012 in the Yangtze River Basin, China. Global and Planetary Change, 124:79-94.

Book chapters

² Zheng Fenli, Wang Bin. 2014. Chapter 6 Soil Erosion in Loess Plateau area of China In: Atsushi Tsunekawa et al. (Ed.) Restoration and development of degraded Loess Plateau. Springer Japan. Doi: 10.1007/978-4-431-54481-4_6

² Römkens M J M, Wang Bin, Wells R R, Fenli Zheng, Hickey C J. 2014. Chapter 17A Soil erosion on upland areas, in gullies and of earthen water retaining structures. In: Yang C.T. and Wang L.K. (Ed.) Advances in Water Resources Engineering – Handbook of Environmental Engineering, Volume 16. Springer Science, Humana Press Inc. (in pressing)



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