Xianwu Xue (薛显武), PhDDr_Xianwu_Xue_2010

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
National Weather Center (NWC)
120 David L. Boren Blvd, Rm. 4640
Norman OK 73072

Email: xuexianwu@ou.edu
Phone: +1 405 325 3650

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

  1. Distributed Hydrological Modeling and Flood Forecasting
  2. Global/Regional Climate Change and Hydrological Cycle
  3. Groundwater Modeling
  4. Surface Water and Groundwater Interactions
  5. Remote Sensing Image Analysis
  6. GIS/Spatial Analysis
  7. GIS Applications in Water Resources Research

SKILLS or Tools I used in this work:

 

Surface Water Modeling:

TOPMODEL
Xinanjiang Watershed Model
VIC Model
(Variable Infiltration Capacity Macroscale Hydrologic Model)
USGS Thornthwaite Model
Karst Daily/Monthly Hydrological Model (Lumped & Sub-basin Based)
DHSVM (Distributed Hydrological-Soil-Vegetation Model)
CREST (Coupled Routing and Excess Storage)

Groundwater Numerical Modeling:

Visual MODFLOW,
GMS
MODFLOW-2000 & 2005
SUTRA(Saturated Unsaturated Transport)

Statistics Methods and Software:

SPSS
Excel
Geostatistical Analysis Extension of ArcGIS

Linear and nonlinear regression
Multivariate statistics
Geostatistics

Programming Skills and Languages:

Matlab, Linux/Unix Shell, HTML, Java Script, IDL
FORTRAN,
C#, Visual Basic 6.0
Visual Basic .NET
C
C++

Graphics Softwares:

GRDAS
Excel
Origin
Visio, Photoshop, Surfer, Grapher.

System:

Windows, Linux/Unix

RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS

  1. NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center SERVIR Program: “Quantitative Assessment of Scenario-based Climate Change Impact on Water Availability and Hydrologic Flows in the Wangchu Basin of Bhutan”, 06/2011-3/2012
  2. NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center SERVIR Program: “Implement High-resolution CREST Hydrologic Model for Africa and Central America using Satellite Remote Sensing Technology”, 02/2011-3/2012
  3. Project Title: SERVIR-DEWS: A Flood and Landslide Disaster Early Warning System for Mesoamerica and the Himalaya RegionAmount, Period & Status: $ 374K (01 / 01 / 2013 12 / 31 / 2015), Not funded.
  4. Source of Support NASA ROSES-2011
  5. Effort: Co-Investigator.
  6. OKlahoma Department of Transportation: “Black Ice Detection and Road Closure and Warning Control System for Oklahoma”, 2012-2014
  7. DOI/USGS and South-Central Climate Science Center: “Impacts of Climate Change on Flows in the Red River Basin”, 09/2013-09/2015

Professional experience

2010 – Present Postdoctoral Research Scientist

HyDROS-Lab – Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Norman, OK, USA
OU – The University Of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA

Education

2007.3 – 2010.6 Ph.D. degree in Hydrology and Water Resources

College of Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University, Nanjing, China
Hydro-Lab (State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering), Nanjing, China
Scientific advisors: Prof. Xi Chen
Subject: Study of Karstic Watershed Hydrological Model and Parameters Regionalisation in Southwest China.

2004.9 – 2007.3 M.S. degree in Hydrology and Water Resources

College of Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University, Nanjing, China
Hydro-Lab (State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering), Nanjing, China
Scientific advisors: Prof. Xi Chen
Subject: GIS-based Visualized Numerical Modeling System for Seawater Intrusion in Weihai City, Shandong Province, China.

2000.9 – 2004.7 B.S. degree in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering

School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Chang’an University, Xi’an, China

PUBLICATIONS IN RECENT

Journal Papers

    1. Xue, X., Y. Hong, A. S. Limaye, et al. 2013, Statistical and hydrological evaluation of TRMM-based Multi-satellite Precipitation Analysis over the Wangchu Basin of Bhutan: Are the latest satellite precipitation products 3B42V7 ready for use in ungauged basins?, Journal of Hydrology, 499, 91-99.
    2. Meng, X., H. Hu, and X. Xue. 2013, Influencing Factors Analysis and Assessment Model of Confined Aquifer Vulnerability in Leakage Area: A Case Study of Jining, China, Journal of Natural Resources, 28(9), 1615-1622.
    3. Chen, S., Hong, Y., Gourley, J. J., Huffman, G. J., Tian, Y. D., Cao, Q., Yong, B., Kirstetter, P. E., Hu, J. J., Hardy, J., Li, Z., Khan, S. I. and Xue, X. W. 2013. Evaluation of the successive V6 and V7 TRMM multisatellite precipitation analysis over the Continental United States. Water Resources Research. 49(12), 8174-8186.
    4. Chen, S., Kirstetter, P. E., Hong, Y., Gourley, J. J., Tian, Y. D., Qi, Y. C., Cao, Q., Zhang, J., Howard, K., Hu, J. J. and Xue, X. W. (2013). Evaluation of Spatial Errors of Precipitation Rates and Types from TRMM Spaceborne Radar over the Southern CONUS. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14(6), 1884-1896.
    5. Meng, X., B. Yang, and X. Xue. 2012, Advancement in Research of Hydrological Processes Simulation for Karst Region and Future Challenges, Advanced Materials Research, 518 – 523, 4104-4110.
    6. Chen, X., Zhang, Y.-f., Xue, X., Zhang, Z. and Wei, L., 2011. Estimation of baseflow recession constants and effective hydraulic parameters in the karst basins of southwest China. Hydrology Research, 43(1-2): 102-112.
    7. Xue, X.W., Chen, X., Qin, N.X., Zhao, X.S. and Shi, P. (2011). Correlation analysis between low-flow recession coefficient and surface landform characteristics in karst basin. Carsologica Sinica, 30(1): 41-46.
    8. Zhang, Z.C., Chen, X., Wei, L.N., Xue, X.W., Qin, N.X. and Cheng, Q.B. (2011). Effect of forest vegetation on soil moisture in sloping land with red soil. Water Resources Protection, 27(1): 15-19.
    9. Qin, N.X., Chen, X., Fu,G.B., Zhai, J.Q. and Xue, X.W. (2010). Precipitation and temperature trends for the Southwest China: 1960-2007. Hydrological Processes, 24(25), 3733-3744. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7792
    10. Qin, N.X., Chen, X., Xue, X.W., Ling, M.H. and Zhang, Z.C., (2010). An applicability study of potential evapotranspiration models in Guizhou province Advances in Water Science, 21(3): 357-363.
    11. Xue, X.W., Chen, X., Zhang, Z.C. and Wei, L.N., (2009). Effect of Karst Fracture on Saturated Subsurface Flow Confluence. Water Resources and Power, 27(6): 20-23, 82.
    12. Xue, X.W., Chen, X., Zhang, Z.C. and Qin, N.X., (2009). Categorization of karst landform on the basis of landform factor eigenvalue. Carsologica Sinica, 28(2): 175-180.
    13. Qin, N.X., Chen, X., Xue, X.W. and Zhang, Z.C., (2009). Analysis of pan evaporation trend and its impact factors in Guizhou Province. Journal of Lake Sciences, 21(3): 434-440.
    14. Xue, X.W., Chen, X., Wei, L. N., Qian, Y. X., Lv, Y. M. and Sun, N. B. (2007). GIS-based Visualized Numerical Modeling System for Seawater Intrusion. Ground Water, 29(1), 35-39.
    15. Xue, X.W. (2006). Modified Saturated-Unsaturated Transport Model. Sciencepaper Online, (http://www.paper.edu.cn).
    16. Wei, L. N., Chen, X., Fu, N. and Xue, X.W. (2006). Analysis of Seawater Intrusion Interface Movement by Using Potential Function Method. Sciencepaper Online, 1(2), 129-134.

Conference Presentations

  1. Xianwu Xue, Yang Hong,Jonathan J Gourley, Robert F Adler and Yu Zhang. HydroXtreme-MaP: A Global Real-time Hydrological Modeling System for Flood and Drought Monitoring and Prediction. Poster presentation in American Meteorological Society, 93rd American Meteorological Society Annual Metting. Jan. 7th 2013, Austin: AMS.
  2. Yu Zhang, Universtiy of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and Y. Hong, J. J. Gourley, X. Wang, and X. Xue. Development and Evaluation of a Global Hydrological Ensemble Forecasting System. Oral presentation in American Meteorological Society, 93rd American Meteorological Society Annual Metting. Jan. 7th 2013, Austin: AMS.
  3. Yang Hong, Xianwu Xue, Jonathan J Gourley, Robert F Adler. DFL-MaP: A Global Real-time Hydrological Modeling System for Drought-Flood-Landslide Monitoring and Prediction. Invited oral presentation in American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012. 2012. Dec. 5th 2012, San Francisco: AGU.
  4. Yang Hong, Yu Zhang, Xianwu Xue, Xuguang Wang, Jonathan J. Gourley and Pierre-Emmanuel Kirstetter. A Global Hydrological Ensemble Forecasting System: Uncertainty Quantification and Data Assimilation. Invited oral presentation in American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012. 2012. Dec. 6th 2012, San Francisco: AGU.
  5. Xue Xianwu, Hong Yang, Gourley Jonathan, et al. Evaluation of Satellite-based Global Hydrologic Simulation using the Distributed CREST Model and Global Runoff Data Centre Archives. Poster presentation in American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011. 2011. Dec. 8th 2011, San Francisco: AGU.
  6. Xue Xianwu, Hong Yang, Gourley Jonathan, et al. Evaluation of Satellite-based Global Hydrological Simulation using Distributed CREST Model. Poster presentation in International Symposium on Earth-Science Challenges, September 15, 2011; Norman, OK.
  7. Wen, Y., Y. Hong, J. J. Gourley, Z. Flamig, X. Xue and S. Chen, (2011). The Coupled routing and excess storage (CREST) distributed hydrologic model sensitivity to rainfall spatiotemporal resolution. in The 19th International Conference on GeoInformatics: Shanghai, China, Jun 24-27.

Conference proceedings

  1. Xue, X. W., Chen, X., Ling, M.H., (2009). ArcEngine-based Assignment Method of Hydrological Parameters. in Proceedings of Chinese Water Forum No. 7 (Sustainable Management of Water Systems and Water Resources), Chinese Water Forum No. 7: Beijing, China WaterPower Press, 322-326.
  2. Xue, X. W., Chen, X. and He, H. (2008). A Visualized Numerical Modeling System for SUTRA Based on ArcGIS Engine. in 2008 Proceedings of Information Technology and Environmental Systems Sciences, International Conference on Information Technology and Environmental Systems Sciences 2008: Jiaozuo; Vol. 2, pp 761-765.
  3. He, H., Zhang, X. N. and Xue, X. W. (2008). Water body extraction using MODIS data in the Yangtze River. in 2008 Proceedings of Information Technology and Environmental Systems Sciences, International Conference on Information Technology and Environmental Systems Sciences 2008: Jiaozuo; Vol. 2, pp 1232-1237.

Book or Book Chapter

  1. Hong, Yang, S. Chen, X. Xue and G. Hodges. “Global Precipitation Estimation and Applications”, book chapter for Ni-Bin Chang and Yang Hong (eds.), Multi-scale Hydrologic Remote Sensing: Prospects and Applications, Taylor & Francis, 2012, Publication Date: March 23, 2012, ISBN-10: 1439877459, ISBN-13: 978-1439877456

Technique Reports and Software Package

  1. Hong, Yang and Xue, Xianwu. 2011. NASA-OU CREST (v2.0) Distributed Hydrologic Model Software Package and User Manual

AWARDS AND HONORS

  1. The Outstanding Graduate Award in 2010, 2010.6
  2. The Excellent Graduate Student Leader (as Class President and Commissary in Charge of Subsistence), awarded by Hohai University, 2009.4.
  3. The Three Good Student, awarded by Chang’an University, 2002.12.
  4. The Third Prize winner in “1st Program Designing Contest of Chang’an University”, awarded by Chang’an University, 2002.11.
  5. The Excellent Member of Campus Computer Association, awarded by Chang’an University, 2002.5
  6. The Second-Class Campus Scholarship of Three Good Student in Department , 2 times, awarded by Chang’an University, 2001 & 2002.
  7. The Second Prize Winner in “2nd Mathematical Modeling Contest of Chang’an University”, awarded by Chang’an University, 2001.12.

Languages

Chinese (native)
English