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Yang Chen


Research Fellow

School of Environmental Science and Engineering

yangc3@sustech.edu.cn

Summary

My research mainly focuses on (1) The spatial scaling effect of biogeochemical reactions, (2) The spatiotemporal scaling effect of hydrological processes and variables, and (3) Multi-scale and multi-processes coupled modeling on hydrology, meteorology, and biogeochemistry: Program development, parallel computing, and applications


Present Employment
Research Associate, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology
 
Education
2010.9–2015.8, Nanjing University, Ph. D. in Hydrology and Water Resources

2006.9–2010.6, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), B. S. in Hydrology and Water Resource Engineering


Work Experience                                                
2017.5–2018.11, Visiting Scholar, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology

2015.11–2017.4, Visiting Scholar, Geochemistry Group, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 

Research Interests
(1) The spatial scaling effect of biogeochemical reactions

(2) The spatiotemporal scaling effect of hydrological processes and variables

(3) Multi-scale and multi-processes coupled modeling on hydrology, meteorology, and biogeochemistry: Program development, parallel computing, and applications

 

Research Projects

2019.1–2021.12, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Effect of spatiotemporal discretization scale in reactive transport modeling on the identification of biogeochemical transformation of chromium in a hyporheic zone, host

 

Publications

Yang C, Zhang Y-K, Liu YY, Yang XF, Liu CX, 2018. Model-Based Analysis of the Effects of Dam-Induced River Water and Groundwater Interactions On Hydro-Biogeochemical Transformation of Redox Sensitive Contaminants in a Hyporheic Zone. Water Resources Research, online.
Huang K, Liu YY, Yang C, Duan YH, Yang XF, Liu CX, 2018. Identification of Hydrobiogeochemical Processes Controlling Seasonal Variations in Arsenic Concentrations Within a Riverbank Aquifer at Jianghan Plain, China. Water Resources Research, online.
Yang C, Zhang Y-K, Liang XY, 2018. Analysis of temporal variation and scaling of hydrological variables based on a numerical model of the Sagehen Creek watershed. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 32: 357-368.
Yang C, Zhang Y-K, Liang XY, 2016. Effects of temporally correlated infiltration on water flow in an unsaturated-saturated system. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 30: 2009-2017.
Yang C, Zhang Y-K, Liang XY, 2015. The spatiotemporal variations of water flow in an unsaturated-saturated system under infiltrations of fractional Gaussian noise and fractional Brownian motion (Chinese with English abstract). Journal of Nanjing University (Natural Sciences), 51(6): 1279-1290.
Yang C, Zhang Y-K, Liang XY, 2015. Effects of heterogeneity on spatiotemporal variations of water flow in an unsaturated-saturated system (Chinese with English abstract). Geological Journal of China Universities, 21(3): 559-568.
Chen KP, Yang C, Jiao JJ, 2015. Rare Earth Elements Geochemistry and Provenance Discrimination of Sediments in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong. Marine Georesources & Geotechnology, 33(1): 51-57. (Mentor is the first author)
Liu W, Zhou CY, Liu Z, Yang C, Brancelj A, 2017. The temperature variation in an epikarstic cave and its impact factors: a case from Velika Pasica Cave, Central Slovenia. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 10(2):-.
Jing MM, Chen W, Zheng TT, Liao Y, Burnet EJ, Xu M, Yang C, Shen LN, Liang MZ, 2011. Water geochemical characteristic variations in and around a karst-dominated natural reserve area, southwestern China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 64(4): 1051-1058.
Chen W, Jing MM, Bu JW, Burnet EJ, Qi SH, Song Q, Ke YB, Miao JJ, Liu M, Yang C, 2011. Organochlorine pesticides in the surface water and sediments from the Peacock River Drainage Basin in Xinjiang, China: a study of an arid zone in Central Asia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 177(1-4): 1-21.

 

Research Fields

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