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王 磊 
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男 
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博士 
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010-8409 7107 
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 wanglei@itpcas.ac.cn
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简历:

  2011年8月8日至今:中国科学院青藏高原研究所,百人计划/研究员。

  2010年12月1日至2011年8月5日:日本东京大学土木系/东京大学地球观测数据统融合连携研究机构,副教授。

  2010年4月至2010年11月:日本东京大学土木系/东京大学地球观测数据统融合连携研究机构,助教。

  2008年4月至2010年3月:日本东京大学土木系,博士后。

  2007年10月至2008年3月:日本科学技术振兴机构,博士后。

    2007年:博士,日本东京大学土木系。

    2004年:硕士,清华大学水利系水文水资源研究所。

    2002年:学士,清华大学水利水电工程系水利水电建筑工程专业。

主要研究成果:

  开发了分布式陆面水文模型系统(Water and Energy Budget-based Distributed Hydrological Model; 简称WEB-DHM),该系统已作为主导水文模型应用于多个重大科研项目:

  2005年至今:GEOSS/AWCI (Asian Water Cycle Initiative);

  2004年至2010年:JICA中日政府间合作“气象灾害研究中心项目”;

  2011年:日本科学委员会土木建筑分会的洪水评价论证 (利根川流域);

  2010年至2015年:日本文部省气候变化适应研究推进项目(包括东京都和四国岛两个重大专项,每个专项约折合人民币640万/年)。

  2009年至今:GEOSS/AfWCCI (African Water Cycle Coordination Integrator)。

  另外,2007年至今,与东京大学土木系小池俊雄教授(Prof. Toshio Koike)共同指导了近20名本科/硕士/博士生。到目前为止,已有10篇东京大学的毕业论文使用了WEB-DHM模型(4名学士,5名硕士和1名博士), 现有9名研究生(6名博士生和3名硕士生)正在使用WEB-DHM模型开展毕业论文的研究。


研究方向:

分布式陆面水文模型(包括寒区水文过程)& 综合水资源管理(短期洪水预报,干旱的监测与季节性预报,水库的优化调度等)。


职务:

社会任职:

2010-2011 SCI期刊JMSJ “中日气象灾害研究中心项目”专刊编委。

2008-2010 JICA中日政府间气象灾害研究中心日方专家组成员。

2009.9 中国科学院寒旱所分布式陆面水文模型系统培训特邀讲师。

2009.1 中国气象局分布式陆面水文模型系统培训特邀讲师。

Reviewer for international journals: Journal of Hydrology, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Science in China (D), Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, Remote Sensing of Environment, Biogeosciences, Ecohydrology, etc.


承担项目:
项目来自中国科学院/国家自然基金委/科技部/中组部

获奖及荣誉:

(1)全国优秀科技工作者 (2016)

(2)中科院“百人计划”终期评估优秀 (2016)

(3)国家“万人计划”青年拔尖人才 (2015) 

(4)国家基金委优秀青年科学基金 (2013)

(5)日本文部省奖学金 (2004 - 2007)

(6)清华大学优良毕业生 (2002)

(7)清华大学“伍舜德”综合一等奖学金 (2001)


代表论著:
  1. X. Guo, L. Tian*, L. Wang, W. Yu, and D. Qu (2017), River recharge sources and the partitioning of catchment evapotranspiration fluxes as revealed by stable isotope signals in a typical high-elevation arid catchment, Journal of Hydrology (in press). (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  2. B. Ding, K. Yang*, W. Yang, X. He, Y. Chen, Lazhu, X. Guo, L. Wang, H. Wu, and T. Yao (2017), Development of a Water and Enthalpy Budget-based Glacier mass balance Model (WEB-GM) and its preliminary validation, Water Resources Research (in press). (SCI, IF = 3.792)
  3. X.P. Li*, L. Wang, X. Guo, and D. Chen (2017), Does summer precipitation trend over and around the Tibetan Plateau depend on elevation? International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.4978. (SCI, IF = 3.609)
  4. X. Guo, L. Wang*, L. Tian, X.P. Li (2017), Elevation-dependent reductions in wind speed over and around the Tibetan Plateau, International Journal of Climatology, 37, 1117-1126, DOI: 10.1002/joc.4727. (SCI, IF = 3.609)
  5. Lei Wang*, Litao Sun, Maheswor Shrestha, Xiuping Li, Wenbin Liu, Jing Zhou, Kun Yang, Hui Lu, Deliang Chen (2016b), . Improving Snow Process Modeling with Satellite-Based Estimation of Near-Surface-Air-Temperature Lapse Rate, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, 12005–12030, doi:10.1002/2016JD025506. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  6. L. Wang*, X.P. Li*, Y. Chen, K. Yang, D. Chen, J. Zhou, W. Liu, J. Qi, and J. Huang (2016a), Validation of the Global Land Data Assimilation System based on measurements of soil temperature profiles, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 218, 288–297. (SCI, IF = 4.461)
  7. Godfrey Ouma Makokha, Lei Wang*, Jing Zhou, Xiuping Li, Aihui Wang, Guangpeng Wang, David Kuria (2016), Quantitative Drought Monitoring in a Typical Cold River Basin over Tibetan Plateau: an integration of meteorological, agricultural and hydrological droughts, Journal of Hydrology, 543, 782–795. (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  8. Sichangi W. Arthur, Lei Wang*, Kun Yang, Deliang Chen, Zhongjing Wang, Xiuping Li, Jing Zhou, Wenbin Liu, David Kuria (2016), Estimating continental river basin discharges using multiple remote sensing data sets, Remote Sensing of Environment, 179, 36-53. (SCI, IF = 5.881)
  9. Wenbin Liu, Lei Wang*, Jing Zhou, Yanzhong Li, Fubao Sun, Guobin Fu, Xiuping Li, Yanfang Sang (2016), A worldwide evaluation of basin-scale evapotranspiration estimates against the water balance method, Journal of Hydrology, 538, 82-95, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.04.006. (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  10. X. Guo*, L. Wang, L. Tian (2016), Spatio-temporal variability of vertical gradients of major meteorological observations around the Tibetan Plateau, International Journal of Climatology, 36, 1901-1916, DOI: 10.1002/joc.4468. (SCI, IF = 3.609)
  11. Jing Zhou*, Lei Wang, Yinsheng Zhang, Yanhong Guo, Dan He (2016), Spatiotemporal variations of actual evapotranspiration over the Lake Selin Co and surrounding small lakes (Tibetan Plateau) during 2003–2012, SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences, 59(12), 2441-2453, DOI: 10.1007/s11430-016-0023-6. (SCI, IF = 1.655)
  12. Dong, W., Y. Lin*, J. Wright, Y. Ming, Y. Xie, B. Wang, Y. Luo, W. Huang, J. Huang, L. Wang, L. Tian, Y. Peng, F. Xu (2016), Summer rainfall over the southwestern Tibetan Plateau controlled by deep convection over the India, Nature Communications, 7:10925 doi: 10.1038/ncomms10925. (SCI, IF = 11.329)
  13. Huiyi Bao*, Toshio Koike, Kun Yang, Lei Wang, Maheswor Shrestha, Peter Lawford (2016), Development of an enthalpy-based frozen soil model and its validation in a cold region in China, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, 5259–5280, doi:10.1002/2015JD024451. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  14. Yoshihiro Shibuo*, Eiji Ikoma, Oliver Saavedra Valeriano, Lei Wang, Peter Lawford, Masaru Kitsuregawa, Toshio Koike (2016), Implementation of real-time flood prediction and its application to dam operations by data integration analysis system, Journal of Disaster Research, 11(6), 1-10, Dr11-6-8060.
  15. W. Liu*, L. Wang, D. Chen, K. Tu, C. Ruan, Z. Hu (2015b), Large-scale circulation classification and its links to observed precipitation in the eastern and central Tibetan Plateau, Climate Dynamics.46, 3481-3497, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-015-2782-z . (SCI, IF = 4.708)
  16. W. Liu*, A. Zhang, L. Wang, G. Fu, D. Chen, C. Liu, and T. Cai (2015a). Projecting the future climate impacts on streamflow in Tangwang River basin (China) using a rainfall generator and two hydrological models. Climate Research, 62, 79-97, DOI: 10.3354/cr01261. (SCI; IF = 1.690)
  17. Shrestha, M., T. Koike, Y. Hirabayashi, Y. Xue, L. Wang, G. Rasul, and B. Ahmad (2015), Integrated simulation of snow and glacier melt in water and energy balance-based, distributed hydrological modeling framework at Hunza River Basin of Pakistan Karakoram region, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 120, 4889–4919, doi:10.1002/2014JD022666. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  18. Z. Hu*, L. Wang, Z. Wang, Y. Hong, and H. Zheng (2015), Quantitative assessment of climate and human impacts on surface water resources in a typical semi-arid watershed in the middle reaches of the Yellow River from 1985 to 2006, International Journal of Climatology, 35: 97–113, DOI: 10.1002/joc.3965. (SCI, IF = 3.609)
  19. Zhou, J., L. Wang*, Y. Zhang, Y. Guo, X. Li, and W. Liu (2015), Exploring the water storage changes in the largest lake (Selin Co) over the Tibetan Plateau during 2003-2012 from a basin-wide hydrological modeling, Water Resources Research, 51, doi:10.1002/2014WR015846. (SCI, IF = 3.792)
  20. Hui Yang, Shilong Piao, Zhenzhong Zeng, Philippe Ciais, Yi Yin, Pierre Friedlingstein, Stephen Sitch, Anders Ahlstrom, Matthieu Guimberteau, Chris Huntingford, Sam Levis, Peter E. Levy, Mengtian Huang, Yue Li, Xiran Li, Mark R Lomas, Philippe Peylin, Ben Poulter, Nicolas Viovy, Soenke Zaehle, Ning Zeng, Fang Zhao, and Lei Wang (2015), Multicriteria evaluation of discharge simulation in Dynamic Global Vegetation Models, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 120, 7488–7505, doi:10.1002/2015JD023129. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  21. *Wang, L., T. Koike, M. Ikeda, C.T. Nyunt, D.N. Tinh, O. Saavedra, T.V. Sap, L.C. Nguyen, K. Tamagawa, and T. Ohta (2014), Optimizing multidam releases in large river basins by combining distributed hydrological inflow predictions with rolling-horizon decision making, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000452, 05014006. (SCI, IF = 2.521)
  22. X.-P. Li*, L. Wang, D.-L. Chen, K. Yang, A. Wang (2014), Seasonal evapotranspiration changes (1983-2006) of four large basins on the Tibetan Plateau, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 119,13,079–13,095, doi:10.1002/2014JD022380. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  23. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, T. Koike, H. Tsutsui, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2014), Correcting basin-scale snowfall in a mountainous basin using a distributed snowmelt model and remote sensing data, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18, 747–761. (SCI, IF = 3.990)
  24. Ding B., K. Yang, J. Qin, L. Wang, Y. Chen, and X. He (2014), The dependence of precipitation types on surface elevation and meteorological conditions and its parameterization, Journal of Hydrology, 513, 154-163. (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  25. Yang, K.*, H. Wu, Y. Chen, J. Qin, and L. Wang (2014), Toward a satellite-based observation of atmospheric heat source over land, , Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 119, 3124–3133, doi:10.1002/2013JD021091. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  26. 王磊*,李秀萍,周璟,刘文彬,阳坤(2014),青藏高原水文模拟的现状及未来,地球科学进展,29(6),674-682。
  27. M. Shrestha*, T. Koike, L. Wang, H. Tsutsui, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2014), Optimizing snowfall correction factor for Radar-AMEDAS precipitation using distributed snow model (WEB-DHM-S) and MODIS snow cover data, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 58. (Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 70(4), I_223-I_228.)
  28. Y. Shibuo*, , E. Ikoma, O. Saavedra, L. Wang, P. Koudelova, M. Kitsuregawa, and T. Koike (2014), Development of operational realtime ensemble flood forecast system, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 58.
  29. B.-L. Xue, L. Wang*, K. Yang, L. Tian, J. Qin, Y. Chen, L. Zhao, Y. Ma, T. Koike, Z. Hu, and X.-P. Li (2013b), Modeling the land surface water and energy cycles of a mesoscale watershed in the central Tibetan Plateau during summer with a distributed hydrological model, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118, 8857–8868, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50696. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  30. B.-L. Xue, L. Wang*, X.-P. Li, K. Yang, D.-L. Chen, and L.-T. Sun (2013a), Evaluation of evapotranspiration estimates for two river basins in Tibetan Plateau by a water balance method, Journal of Hydrology, 492, 290-297. (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  31. X.-P. Li, L. Wang*, D.-L. Chen, K. Yang, B.-L. Xue, and L.-T. Sun (2013), Near-surface air temperature lapse rates in the mainland China during 1962-2011, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118, 7505–7515, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50553. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  32. Y. Zhang*, G. Cheng, X. Li, X. Han, L. Wang, H. Li, X. Chang, G.N. Flerchinger (2013), Coupling of a simultaneous heat and water model with a distributed hydrological model and evaluation of the combined model in a cold region watershed, Hydrological Processes, 27, 3762-3776, doi:10.1002/hyp.9514. (SCI, IF = 2.768)
  33. M. Shrestha*, T. Koike, L. Wang, and K. Yoshimura (2013), Long-term (1948-2006) simulation of snow depth at Yagizawa dam site using JP10 reanalysis and energy balance snow model (WEB-DHM-S), Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 57.
  34. L. Wang*, T. Koike, M. Wang, J. Liu, J. Sun, H. Lu, H. Tsusui, K. Tamagawa, and X. Xu (2012), Use of integrated observations to improve 0-36h flood forecasting: development and application of a coupled atmosphere-hydrology system in the Nanpan River Basin, China, Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 90C, 131-144. (SCI, IF = 1.149)
  35. F. Wang*, L. Wang, H. Zhou, O. Saavedra, T. Koike, and W. Li (2012), Ensemble hydrological prediction based real-time optimization of multi-objective reservoir during flood season in a semiarid basin with global numerical weather predictions, Water Resources Research, 48, W07520, doi:10.1029/2011WR011366. (SCI, IF = 3.792)
  36. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, T. Koike, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2012), Modeling the spatial distribution of snow cover in the Dudhkoshi region of the Nepal Himalayas, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13, 204-222, DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-10-05027.1. (SCI, IF = 3.511)
  37. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, Y. Hirabayashi and T. Koike (2012), Simulation of forest snow processes at Fraser with an energy balance based snow melt model (WEB-DHM-S), Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_229-I_234.
  38. F. Mutua*, L. Wang, A. Yamamoto, T. Nemoto, M. Kitsuregawa, and T. Koike (2012), Regional climate change and its impacts on future discharges and flow characteristics of the Nyando Basin, Kenya, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_205-I_210.
  39. P.A.Jaranilla-Sanchez*, L. Wang, K. Tamagawa, I. Hasegawa, H. Yamatomo, and T. Koike (2012), Integrated Modeling of Climate change impacts in the Yoshino River Basin, Japan for Basin Management Planning, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_133-I_138.
  40. S.A. Duran-Ballen*, M. Shrestha, L. Wang, K. Yoshimura, T. Koike (2012), Snow Cover Modeling at the Puna Tsang River Basin in Bhutan with corrected JRA25 temperature, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_235-I_240.
  41. F. Wang*, L. Wang, T. Koike, H. Zhou, K. Yang, A. Wang, and W. Li (2011), Evaluation and application of a fine-resolution global dataset in a semiarid mesoscale river basin with a distributed biosphere hydrological model, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 116, D21108, doi:10.1029/2011JD015990. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  42. P.A. Jaranilla-Sanchez*, L. Wang, and T. Koike (2011), Modeling the hydrologic responses of the Pampangga River Basin in the Philippines: A quantitative approach for identifying droughts, Water Resources Research, 47, W03514, doi:10.1029/2010WR009702. (SCI, IF = 3.792)
  43. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, and T. Koike (2011), Simulation of interannual variability of snow cover at Valdai (Russia) using a distributed biosphere hydrological model with improved snow physics, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 55, 73-78. (Best Paper Award of International Session,每年仅1 篇论文获得该奖))
  44. T. Ueda*, T. Koike, and L. Wang (2011), Application of a distributed hydrological model and satellite observations for soil moisture and groundwater level simulation, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 55, 373-378.
  45. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, T. Koike, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2010), Improving the snow physics of WEB-DHM and its point evaluation at the SnowMIP sites, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 14, 2577-2594, doi:10.5194/hess-14-2577-2010. (SCI, IF = 3.990)
  46. O. Saavedra*,T. Koike, K. Yang, T. GRAF, X. Li, L. Wang, and X. Han (2010), Decision support for dam release during floods using a distributed biosphere hydrological model driven by quantitative precipitation forecasts, Water Resources Research, 46, W10544, doi:10.1029/2010WR009502. (SCI, IF = 3.792)
  47. O. Saavedra*, T. Koike, and L. Wang (2010), Multi-reservoir operation using a distributed biosphere hydrological model, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 103-108.
  48. P.A. Jaranilla-Sanchez*, L. Wang, and T. Koike (2010), ENSO influence on the 1982-2000 hydrological properties of the Pantabangan-Carranglan Watershed, Philippines, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 19-24.
  49. M. Shrestha*, L. Wang, and T. Koike (2010), Investigating the applicability of WEB-DHM to the Himalayan river basin of Nepal, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 55-60.
  50. Wang, L.*, C.T. Nyunt, T. Koike, O. Saavedra, L.C. Nguyen, T.V. Sap (2010c), Development of an integrated modeling system for improved multi-objective reservoir operation, Frontiers of Architecture and Civil Engineering in China, 4(1), 47-55.
  51. Wang, L.*, Z. Wang, T. Koike, H. Yin, D. Yang, and S. He (2010b), The assessment of surface water resources for the semi-arid Yongding River Basin from 1956 to 2000 and the impact of land use change. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1123-1132. (SCI, IF = 2.768)
  52. Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, R. Jin, and H. Li (2010a), Frozen soil parameterization in a distributed biosphere hydrological model, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 14, 557-571. (SCI, IF = 3.990)
  53. Wang, L.*, T. Koike, D. Yang, and K. Yang (2009c), Improving the hydrology of the Simple Biosphere Model 2 and its evaluation within the framework of a distributed hydrological model, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 54(6), 989-1006. (SCI, IF = 2.182)
  54. Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, and P. Yeh (2009b), Assessment of a distributed biosphere hydrological model against streamflows and MODIS land surface temperature in the upper Tone River Basin, Journal of Hydrology, 377, 21-34. (SCI, IF = 3.043)
  55. Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, T. Jackson, R. Bindlish, and D. Yang (2009a), Development of a distributed biosphere hydrological model and its evaluation with the Southern Great Plains Experiments (SGP97 and SGP99), Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 114, D08107, doi:10.1029/2008JD010800. (SCI, IF = 3.318)
  56. Wang, L.*, and T. Koike (2009), Comparison of a distributed biosphere hydrological model with GBHM, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 53, 103-108.
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