2012-8-11学术报告

发布者:gjdq发布时间:2012-08-11浏览次数:13

题  目:  Development and applications of the Australian community land surface
model
报告人:  Ying-Ping Wang
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
时  间: 2012年8月11日下午16:00-17:30
地  点: 蒙民伟楼9楼913会议室

Ying-Ping Wang graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1988 with a PhD 
in plant physiology. After a n on-year postdoctoral research in Professor Paul
Jarvis lab, he joined CSIRO in 1990. 
Ying-Ping is a team leader in land surface modelling and carbon cycle in the 
earth system science program of the Centre for Australian weather and climate 
research, member of the national committee on earth system sciences in 
Australia, a adjunct professor of the University of Technology Sydney, South 
China Botanic Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, overseas assessor for 
Chinese Academy of Sciences, associate editor of Agricultural and Forest 
Meteorology, past member of the editorial board of Plant, Cell and Environment
, Tree Physiology. 
He is an theoretician in ecosystem modeling. He developed models for 
individual shoots to global biosphere. The best known models he developed 
include MAESTRO (a 3-dimensional canopy model), radiation transfer in shoot, 
grain growth, crop production, nitrogen fixation, two-leaf canopy model and 
global biogeochemical model of C, N and P cycles. He is a major contributor 
and leader of the Australian community land surface model (CABLE).