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Expert NameProf. Wenzhao Liu
DivisionInstitute of Soil and Water Conservation-ISWC
InstitutionChinese Academy of Sciences
CityYangling, Shaanxi
Telephone86 29 87012307
Work ExperienceThe past and currenct research projects includes the Project of Major Research Plan of National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), the General Project of NSFC, the International Cooperation and Exchange Project of NSFC, the National Development Plan of Key Basic Research (973 Plan), the National Key Technology R&D Program; the Knowledge Innovation Program of CAS , and the West Light Foundation of CAS., etc. I has published more than ninety papers on domestic and international journals. My research interests are the correlations between crop-production and water consumption, optimal supplies of water and nutrients to crops, reasonable irrigation quota, watershed hydro-ecology and its responses to climate change.
QualificationsBachelor,Physical Geography, Northwest University,1982;Ph.D, Soil Science, Northwest A&F University,2000.
Number of Publications90
Awards1.Distinguished Scholar in Talents Training Plan of “the West Light”, Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC and CAS , 2006; 2.Special Government Allowance, State Council of China, 2006; 3.Advanced Individual of National Field S &T Works, Ministry of Science and Technology, China,2009;
Other Activities1. The Hydro-geography Committee, Geographical Society of China 2. The Mountain Science Committee, Geographical Society of China
Publications1.Liu, W. Z., X. C. Zhang, T. H. Dang, Z. Ouyang, Z. Li, J. Wang, R. Wang & C. Gao. 2010. Soil water dynamics and deep soil recharge in a record wet year in the southern Loess Plateau of China. Agricultural Water Management 97(8): 1133-1138. 2.Liu, W. Z. & X. C. Zhang. 2007. Optimizing water and fertilizer input using an elasticity index: A case study with maize in the loess plateau of china. Field Crops Research 100(2-3): 302-310. 3.Zhang, X. C. & W. Z. Liu. 2005. Simulating potential response of hydrology, soil erosion, and crop productivity to climate change in Changwu tableland region on the Loess Plateau of China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 131(3-4): 127-142. 4.Liu, W. Z., M. J. Hu, F. M. Li & X. C. Zhang. 2005. Ecological characteristics of soil water and its relations to landform and vegetation in a small semiarid watershed in a Loess hilly area of China. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 12(3): 326-333. 5.Liu, W. Z., D. J. Hunsaker, Y. S. Li, X. Q. Xie & G. W. Wall. 2002. Inter-relations of yield, evapotranspiration, and water use efficiency from marginal analysis of water production functions. Agricultural Water Management 56(2): 143-151.
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