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Expert NameMr. Jianjun Li
TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
Telephone86 10 62338792
Work ExperienceFrom 1989 to 1995: I worked in the Soil and Water Conservation Training Center of Beijing Forestry University, engaged in the researching and lecturing of Remote Sensing, Mapping and Cartography. During this time, As the main participant, I took part in the key research project of Watershed Management of Forestry Ministry, majored in the work of landuse classification and the mapping of Natural Resource map. From 1995.3 to 1995.10, I went to Japan as the trainee of JICA, learning and working with GIS and Remote Sensing in the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute and Miei University of Japan. Recently, I am working in the Soil and Water Conservation College, Computer Network Center of Beijing Forestry University, taking part in key research projct of the national 9th five-year plan, in charge of the mapping of GIS and Remote Sensing system.
QualificationsMaster Degree, Watershed Management, Beijing Forestry University, 1989.
Number of Publications15
AwardsThe second class award of Science and Technology Progress by Science and technology council of Shaanxi Province.
Other ActivitiesThe member of the Soil and Water Conservation Society of China
Publications1. Li Jianjun, Wu Bin, 1996. The research of landuse classification mapping using the TM image changed with NDVI, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, Vol. 18, Supp. 2: p. 129-133. 2. Wu Bin, Li Jianjun, Hou XiaoLong, 1996. The ecological benefits evaluation of protection forest system in the watershed of Xin Shui River, Journal of Beijing Forestry University, Vol. 18, Supp.2: P. 110-115. 3. Li Jianjun, Wu Bin 1995. The research on using TM image to evaluate the ecological benefits of protection forest system in Loess Plateau, The symposium of 3 national workshop on woil and water conservation, P. 141-146, the Chinese Forestry Press. 4. Li Jianjun, Wu Bin, 1994, The research on relationship of Soil and Water Conservation to the economic construction on the poverty mountain area, The symposium of China-Japan cooperation project on watershed management, P. 324-317. The Chinese Forestry Press. 5. Lu Xiangxian, Li Jianjun, 1990, A Study of optimal structure modeled by enhan
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