Chong-Yu Xu

Bilde av Chong-Yu Xu
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Besøksadresse Sem Sælands vei 1 Geologibygningen 0371 OSLO
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Se også Xu`s personlige websider; folk.uio.no/chongyux/

Faglige interesser

  • Hydrologisk modellering på global, regional og lokal skala
  • Regional evapotranspiration og dens rolle knyttet til klimatiske og hydrologiske systemer
  • Modellering av effekter av klima- og miljøendringer på global, regional og lokal skala
  • Usikkerhetsanalyse og tidsserieanalyse

Undervisning

Bakgrunn

Tidligere arbeidserfaring

  • 4/2005–nå: Professor i Hydrologi, Institutt for geofag, Universitetet i Oslo.
  • 10/1998–3/2005: Associate Professor i hydrologi, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Uppsala Universitet
  • 4/94–9/98: Assisterende professor i hydrologi, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Uppsala Universitet
  • 11/92–12/93: Postdoktor, Avdeling for hydrologi og vannressurser Ingeniør, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
  • 8/82–9/86: Assisterende sivilingeniør, Departementet for vann ressurser, Kina.

Høyere utdanning

  • B.S.c 1978–1982: Nanjing University, Kina.
    Spesialitet: Hydrologi med vekt på overflaten vann
  • M.S.c 1986–1988: Free University Brussels, Brussel, Belgia
    Spesialitet: Regionale Hydrologisk Modellering.
  • Ph.D. 1988–1992: Free University Brussels, Brussel, Belgia
    Spesialitet: Hydrologisk Modellering i ulike klimatiske regioner.

Priser og vitenskaplige utnevninger

Redaksjonelle verv

Redaktør for det vitenskaplige tidsskriftet:

Assosiert redaktør for det vitenskaplige tidsskriftet:

  • 2008 – nå; Journal of Hydrology

Redaksjonsmedlem i tidsskriftene:

  • Water Sciences and Engineering
  • Advances in Climate Chang Research
  • Journal of Lake Sciences
  • Journal of Ecology and Rural Environment
  • Journal of Water Resources Research.

Æresprofessorat

  • Hohai University, Kina

Gjesteprofessor

  • Hohai University, Kina; siden 2008 – present
  • Uppsala University, Sverige, siden 2006 – present
  • Wuhan University, Kina, siden 2003 – present
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kina, siden 2003 – present
  • Nanjing University, Kina; siden 2002 – present
Emneord: Hydrologi, Hydrologiske modeller, Klimaendringer

Publikasjoner

Xu, C-Y , Gong, L., Jiang, T., Chen, D. and Singh, VP, 2006. Analysis of spatial distribution and temporal trend of reference evapotranspiration in Changjiang (Yangtze River) catchment. Journal of Hydrology 327, 81-93.

Xu, C-Y, Tunemar, L., Chen, Y.D. and Singh, V.P., 2006. Evaluation of seasonal and spatial variations of conceptual hydrological model sensitivity to precipitation data errors. Journal of Hydrology 324, 80-93.

Xu, C-Y, Widén, E. and Halldin, S., 2005. Modelling hydrological consequences of climate change - progress and challenges. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences 22(6), 789-797.

Xu, C-Y and D Chen, 2005. Comparison of seven models for estimation of evapotranspiration and groundwater recharge using lysimeter measurement data in Germany. Hydrological Processes, 19, 3717-3734.

Xu, C-Y , Gong, L., Jiang, T. and Chen, D., 2006. Decreasing reference evapotranspiration in a warming climate – a case of Changjiang (Yangtze River) catchment during 1970-2000. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences 23(4), 513-520.

Xu, C-Y and V P Singh, 2005. Evaluation of three complementary relationship evapotranspiration models by water balance approach to estimate actual regional evapotranspiration in different climatic regions. Journal of Hydrology, 308: 105-121. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles within J Hydrol!)

Widén-Nilsson, E., Gong, L., Halldin, S. and Xu, C-Y, 2009 Model performance and parameter behavior for varying time aggregations and evaluation criteria in the WASMOD-M global water-balance model, Water Resources Research, 45, W05418, doi:10.1029/2007WR006695.

Widén, E., Halldin, S. and Xu, C-Y, 2007. Global water-balance modelling with WASMOD-M: Parameter estimation and regionalisation. Journal of Hydrology, 340, 105-118.

Gong, L, Widén-Nilsson, E., Halldin, S. and Xu, C-Y, 2009. Large-scale runoff routing with an aggregated network-response function. Journal of Hydrology, 368, 237–250.

Li, L., Xia, J., Xu, C-Y, Singh, VP, 2010. Evaluation of the subjective factors of the GLUE method and comparison with the formal Bayesian method in uncertainty assessment of hydrological models. Journal of Hydrology 390, 210–221. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles of the season!)

Jin, X-L, Xu, C-Y, Zhang, Q., Singh, VP., 2010. Parameter and modeling uncertainty simulated by GLUE and a formal Bayesian method for a conceptual hydrological model. Journal of Hydrology, 383, 147-155. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles of the season!)

Chen, H, Guo, S.L., Xu, C-Y, Singh, V.P., 2007. Historical temporal trends of hydro-climatic variables and runoff response to climate change and their relevance in water resource management in the Hanjiang basin. Journal of Hydrology, 344, 171– 184. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles within J Hydrol!)

Zhang, Q., Xu, C-Y, Chen, Y.D., 2008. Spatial and temporal variability of extreme precipitation during 1960-2005 in the Yangtze River basin and possible association with large-scale circulation. Journal of Hydrology, 353, 215-227, 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2007.11.023. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles within J Hydrol!)

Du, JK, Xie, H., Hu, YJ., Xu, YP, and Xu, C-Y, 2009. Development and testing of a new storm runoff routing approach based on time variant spatially distributed travel time method. Journal of Hydrology, 369, 44-54. (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles of the season!)

Jiang, T., Chen, Y.D., Xu, C-Y, Chen, X.H., Chen, X., Singh, V.P., 2007. Comparison of hydrological impacts of climate change simulated by six hydrological models in the Dongjiang Basin, South China. Journal of Hydrology, 336, 316– 333 (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles within J Hydrol!)

Du, J.K, Xie, S.P., Xu, Y.P. and Xu, C-Y, V.P. Singh, 2007. Development and testing of a simple physically-based distributed rainfall-runoff model for storm runoff simulation in humid forested basins. Journal of Hydrology, 336, 334– 346 (In TOP 25 Hottest Articles within J Hydrol!)

Se alle arbeider i Cristin

  • Li, Hong; Xu, Chong-Yu; Sæthun, Nils Roar; Braskerud, Bent Christen & Volden, Erland Per (2019). Identification of floodways by four approaches.
  • Teweldebrhan, Aynom Tesfay; Burkhart, John; Schuler, Thomas & Xu, Chong-Yu (2019). Assimilation of MODIS fractional snow cover area into a hydrological model using fuzzy-logic based ensemble smoother data assimilation frameworks.
  • Teweldebrhan, Aynom Tesfay; Burkhart, John; Schuler, Thomas & Xu, Chong-Yu (2019). Fuzzy-logic based ensemble smoother data assimilation frameworks for improving the informational value of the assimilated data.
  • Teweldebrhan, Aynom Tesfay; Burkhart, John; Schuler, Thomas & Xu, Chong-Yu (2019). Snow data assimilation into a hydrological model using fuzzy logic based ensemble smoothers.

Se alle arbeider i Cristin

Publisert 10. des. 2013 21:17 - Sist endret 17. sep. 2020 10:11