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Name   Zheng, Donghai Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      zhengd@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

Education

  • 2010.10 -2015.11 University of Twente (Netherlands), Hydrometeorology, Ph.D.
  • 2007.09 -2010.07 Beijing Normal University, Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing, M.S.
  • 2003.09 -2007.07 Fujian Normal University, National Geographic Science Talent Training Base, B.S.

Appointments

  • 2018.04 –present Associate Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2015.04 -2018.03 Researcher, ITC, University of Twente (Netherlands)

Research Interest:

Land Surface Modeling, Microwave Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture

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Honors:

Hundred Talent Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2018

Selected Publications:
  1. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, J. Wen, X. Wang, P. Ferrazzoli, M. Schwank, A. Colliander, R. Bindlish, and Z. Su (2018), Assessment of the SMAP Soil Emission Model and Soil Moisture Retrieval Algorithms for a Tibetan Desert Ecosystem, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, doi: 10.1109/TGRS.2018.2811318.
  2. Zheng, D., X. Wang, R. van der Velde, P. Ferrazzoli, J. Wen, Z. Wang, M. Schwank, A. Colliander, R. Bindlish, and Z. Su (2018), Impact of surface roughness, vegetation opacity and soil permittivity on L-band microwave emission and soil moisture retrieval in the third pole environment, Remote Sensing of Environment, 209, 633-647.
  3. Zheng, D., X. Wang, R. van der Velde, Y. Zeng, J. Wen, Z. Wang, M. Schwank, P. Ferrazzoli, and Z. Su (2017), L-Band Microwave Emission of Soil Freeze-Thaw Process in the Third Pole Environment, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 55(9), 5324-5338.
  4. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, J. Wen, X. Wang, and K. Yang (2017), Evaluation of Noah Frozen Soil Parameterization for Application to a Tibetan Meadow Ecosystem, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18(6), 1749-1763.
  5. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, J. Wen, and X. Wang (2017), Assessment of Noah land surface model with various runoff parameterizations over a Tibetan river, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere, 122, 1488–1504.
  6. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, J. Wen, X. Wang, M. J. Booij, A. Y. Hoekstra, S. Lv, Y. Zhang, and M. B. Ek (2016), Impacts of Noah model physics on catchment-scale runoff simulations, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere, 121, 807–832.
  7. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, X. Wang, J. Wen, M. J. Booij, A. Y. Hoekstra, and Y. Chen (2015), Augmentations to the Noah model physics for application to the Yellow River source area. Part I: Soil water flow, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 16(6), 2659–2676.
  8. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, X. Wang, J. Wen, M. J. Booij, A. Y. Hoekstra, and Y. Chen (2015), Augmentations to the Noah model physics for application to the Yellow River source area. Part II: Turbulent heat fluxes and soil heat transport, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 16(6), 2677–2694.
  9. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, J. Wen, M. J. Booij, A. Y. Hoekstra, and X. Wang (2015), Under-canopy turbulence and root water uptake of a Tibetan meadow ecosystem modeled by Noah-MP, Water Resources Research, 51, 5735–5755.
  10. Zheng, D., R. van der Velde, Z. Su, M. J. Booij, A. Y. Hoekstra, and J. Wen (2014), Assessment of roughness length schemes implemented within the Noah land surface model for high-altitude regions, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15(3), 921–937.

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