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Name   Shi, Xiaonan Home Page      http://zhangfan.itpcas.ac.cn/en/index.php/player/xiaonan-shi/
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7115 Zip Code      100101
Fax      Email      shixiaonan@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

Professional Experience:

Jun. 2016-present, Associate Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS

Jul. 2012- Jun. 2016, Assistant Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS

Mar. 2010-Jun. 2012, Post doctor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS

Sep. 2007-Mar. 2009, Visiting Scholar, University of California, Riverside


Sept. 2006 to Jan. 2010, Ph.D, Agricultural Soil and Water Engineering, China Agricultural University

Sept. 2003 to Apr. 2006, M.E., Agriculture Soil and Water Engineering, Xi'an University of Technology

Sept. 1999 to Jul. 2003, B.E., Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering, Xi'an University of Technology

Research Interest:

Watershed hydrology and mass transport in water (including solution, sediment, and stable isotope), by focusing on the model theory, process and mechanism, and application

Public Services:

Selected Publications:
  1. Xiaonan Shi, Fan Zhang, Xixi Lu, Zhaoyin Wang, Tongliang Gong, Guanxing Wang, Hongbo Zhang. 2018. Spatiotemporal variations of suspended sediment transport in the upstream and midstream of the Yarlung Tsangpo River (the upper Brahmaputra), China. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 43(2): 432-443.
  2. Xiaonan Shi, Tingwu Lei, Yan Yan, Fan Zhang. Determination and Impact Factor Analysis of Hydrodynamic Dispersion Coefficient within a Gravel Layer Using an Electrolyte Tracer Method. International Soil and Water Conservation Research. 2016, 4, 87-92.
  3. Xiaonan Shi, Tingwu Lei, Fan Zhang, Yan Yan. Velocity Measurement of Water Flow within Gravel Layer with Electrolyte Tracer Method under Virtual Boundary Condition. Journal of Hydrology. 2015, 527, 387-393.
  4. Xiaonan Shi, Fan Zhang, Lide Tian, Daniel R. Joswiak, Chen Zeng, Dongmei Qu. Tracing contributions to hydro-isotopic differences between two adjacent lakes in the southern Tibetan Plateau. Hydrol. Process. 2014, 28, 5503–5512.
  5. Xiaonan Shi, Fan Zhang, Tingwu Lei. Measuring Shallow Water Velocity with Virtual Input Signal in the Electrolyte Tracer Method. Journal of Hydrology. 2012, 452-453: 172-179.
  6. Xiaonan Shi, Fan Zhang. A preliminary study on measurement of sediment concentration in hill-slope runoff with electrolyte tracer. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. 2012, 23(5): 597-604.
  7. Xiaonan Shi, Weiping Chen, Fan Zhang, Laosheng Wu. Simulating Bromide Transport from Soil to Overland Flow: Application and Evaluation of Interfacial Diffusion-controlled Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 2012, 17(5). 628-634.
  8. Xiaonan Shi, Laosheng Wu, Weiping Chen, Quanjiu Wang. Solute Transfer from the Soil Surface to the Overland Flow: A Review. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 2011, 75(4): 1214-1225.
  9. Hongbo Zhang, Fan Zhang, Xiaonan Shi, Chen Zeng, D.-S. Shih, G.T. Yeh, D.R. Joswiak. Influence of River Channel Geometry in Stream Flow Modeling and Guidelines for Field Investigation. Hydrological Processes. 2013, 28, 2630-2638.
  10. Fan Zhang, G.T. Yeh, J.C. Parker, Hongbo Zhang, Xiaonan Shi, C. Wang, A reaction based river/stream water quality model: reaction network decomposition and model application. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. 2012, 23(5): 605-620.
  11. Abbas E. Rahma, Tingwu Lei, Xiaonan Shi, Yuequn Dong, Shumei Zhou, Jun Zhao. Measuring flow velocity under straw mulch using the improved electrolyte tracer method. Journal of Hydrology. 2013, 495: 121-125.
  12. Tingwu Lei, Yan Yan, Xiaonan Shi, Ruiyuan Chuo, Jun Zhao. Measuring velocity of water flow within a gravel layer using an electrolyte tracer method with a Pulse Boundary Model. Journal of Hydrology. 2013, 500: 37-44.
  13. Tingwu Lei, Ruiyuan Chuo, Jun Zhao, Xiaonan Shi and Lin Liu. An Improved Method for Shallow Water Flow Velocity Measurement with Practical Electrolyte Input. Journal of Hydrology. 2010, 390(1-2): 45-56.

Supported Projects:
  1. National natural science fund project, Study on hill-slope runoff and sediment processes by meltwater and/or rainfall in the Tibetan Plateau and the model simulation, 2016/01-2019/12, PI;
  2. National natural science fund project, Study on the Mechanism of Soil Erosion by Snow-melting Runoff in the High Altitude and Cold Regions of China and the Processes Simulation, 2013/01-2017/12, Co-PI;
  3. National natural science fund project, Study on transport processes of hill-slope soil solution into surface runoff and the model simulation, 2012/01-2014/12, PI;
  4. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Measurement of sediment content in hill-slope shallow water flow using the electrolyte tracer method, 2012/01-2013/12, PI.
  5. National natural science fund project, Study on observation and simulation of hydrological and sediment processes under thawing erosion in Qugaqie catchment of Namco, Tibet, 2014/01-2017/12, Participant.
  6. National natural science fund project, Development of stable isotope and water cycle coupling model and its application to a basin in the Himalaya Mountains, 2011/01-2013/12, Participant.