• 楊大文

    教授 博導
    Email: yangdw@tsinghua.edu.cn
    通信地址:北京市海淀區清華大學水利水電工程系
    郵編:100084
    電話:010-62796976
    傳真:010-62796971

    教育背景

    1983.09-1988.07  清華大學水利工程系水資源工程專業,本科

    1988.09-1990.07  清華大學水利工程系水力學及河流動力學專業,碩士

    1995.10-1998.09  日本東京大學土木工程系水文學及水資源專業,博士


    工作履歷

    1990.08-1992.12  鐵道部科學研究院西南研究所,助理工程師

    1993.01-1993.12  鐵道部科學研究院西南研究所,工程師

    1994.01-1995.09  鐵道部科學研究院西南研究所水工水文室副主任,工程師

    1995.10-1998.09  日本東京大學留學

    1998.10-2001.03  日本東京大學生產技術研究所,博士后研究員

    2001.04-2002.07  日本東京大學土木工程系,文部省教官、講師

    2002.08-2004.07  日本東京大學土木工程系,文部省教官、副教授

    2004.07-現在     清華大學水利系教授、博士生導師


    開設課程

    1)《水文學原理與應用》(1)(本科生課程)
    2)《水資源與水危機》(本科生課程)
    3)《生態水文學》(研究生課程)

    研究領域

    水文學及水資源

    科研項目


    序號

    項目類別

    項目/課題名稱(批準號)

    經費

    (萬元)

    起止年月

     

    1

    國家自然科學基金重大項目課題

    長江源及上游山區水循環

    演變及其驅動機制研究(41890821

    409.39

    2019.01-2023.12

    2

    國家自然科學基金重點項目

    黃河源凍土區生態水文過程對氣候變化的響應(41630856

    295

    2017.01-2021.12

    3

    國家自然科學基金國際合作項目

    氣候變化下流域水文過程及水文通量變化:九龍江和昭披耶河對比研究

    423

    2017.01-2020.12

    4

    國家自然科學基金重大研究計劃集成項目

    黑河流域上游生態水文過程耦合機理及模型研究(91225302

    1078

    2013.01-2016.12

    5

    國家杰出青年基金

    水文學及水資源(51025931

    200

    2011.01-2014.12

    6

    國家自然科學基金重點項目

    我國北方典型流域對氣候變化的生態水文響應研究(50939004

    190

    2010.01-2013.12

    7

    國家自然科學基金國際合項目

    黃河下游大型引黃灌區的生態水文問題研究(50811140089

    11.7

    2008.04-2010.12

    8

    國家自然科學基金面上項目

    基于水分與能量耦合循環機

    理的灌區分布式水文模型研究(50679029

    35

    2007.01-2009.12


    學術兼職

    2002-2005  世界氣候研究計劃(WCRP)聯合強化觀測項目“Coordinated Enhanced Observation Period (CEOP)”項目協調辦公室主任

    2005-2013  國際水文科學協會(IAHS)10年研究計劃“Prediction in Ungauged Basins (PUB)”科學委員會委員

    2007-2014  國際水文科學協會(IAHS)陸地與大氣耦合系統委員會 (ICCLAS)副主席

    2006至今  國際水文科學協會(IAHS)中國國家委員會副主席

    2006至今  《水文》編委

    2017至今  《水利學報》編委

    2008-2014  《Hydrological Science Journal》副編輯(Associate Editor)

    2016-2018  《Journal of Hydrology》副編輯(Associate Editor)

    2016至今  《Hydrological Research Letters》副編輯(Associate Editor)

    2018至今  《Watershed Ecology and the Environment Environment》副編輯(Associate Editor)

    獎勵與榮譽

    2003年  獲國際水文科學協會(IAHS)杰出青年水文學家獎(Tison Award)

    2009年  獲北京市教學成果二等獎(排名第4)

    2009年  北京市精品課程《水文學原理與應用》(課程負責人)

    2009年  國家精品課程《水文學原理與應用》(課程負責人)

    2010年  獲國家自然科學基金杰出青年基金資助

    2013年  獲教育部長江學者特聘教授稱號

    2015年  獲教育部自然科學一等獎(排名第1)

    2015年  獲大禹水利科學技術獎一等獎(排名第4)

    2016年  獲大禹水利科學技術獎二等獎(排名第3)


    學術成果

    TEXT BOOK

    楊大文, 楊漢波, 雷慧閩. 流域水文學,清華大學出版社,北京,2014.


    BOOK

    1. 楊大文, 鄭元潤, 高冰, 李弘毅, 于澎濤, 高寒山區生態水文過程與耦合模擬,科學出版社, 2020.

    2. 許迪, 劉鈺, 楊大文, 張寶忠, 蒸散發尺度效應與時空尺度拓展, 科學出版社, 2015.

    3. 叢振濤,楊大文,倪廣恒,蒸發原理與應用,:科學出版社,2013.

    4. 楊大文,叢振濤譯,生態水文學(Eagleson, P. S.著,劍橋大學出版社),水利水電出版社,2007.

    5. 楊大文,楠田哲也編著,水資源綜合評價模型及其在黃河流域的應用,水利水電出版社,213pp, 2005.

    6. 賈仰文,王浩,倪廣恒,楊大文,王建華,秦大庸著,分布式流域水文模型原理及實踐,水利水電出版社,283pp, 2005.


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    13. Wang, T., Yang, H., Yang, D., Qin, Y., and Wang, Y., 2018. Quantifying the streamflow response to frozen ground degradation in the source region of the Yellow River within the Budyko framework. Journal of Hydrology, 558: 301-313. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.01.050

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    20. Wang, Y., Yang, H., Yang, D., Qin, Y., Gao, B., and Cong, Z. (2017). Spatial Interpolation of Daily Precipitation in a High Mountainous Watershed based on Gauge Observations and a Regional Climate Model Simulation. Journal of Hydrometeorology. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-16-0089.1

    21. Gong T., Lei H., Yang D., Jiao Y., Yang H. (2017). Monitoring the variations of evapotranspiration due to land use/cover change in a semiarid shrubland, Hydrology & Earth System Sciences, 21: 863-877, doi:10.5194/hess-21-863-2017.

    22. Qin Yue, Lei Huimin, Yang Dawen, Gao Bing, Wang Yuhan, Cong Zhentao, Fan Wenjie. (2016). Long-term change in the depth of seasonally frozen ground and its ecohydrological impacts in the Qilian Mountains, northeastern Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Hydrology, 542C, 204-221. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.09.008

    23. Wang Ai, Tang Lihua, Yang Dawen, Lei Huimin, 2016, Spatial-temporal variation of net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs in the upper Yangtze River basin from 1990 to 2012. Science China: Earth Sciences, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11430-016-0014-6.

    24. Huang Zhongwei, Yang Hanbo, Yang Dawen (2016). Dominant climatic factors driving annual runoff changes at the catchment scale across China. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 2573-2587, DOI:10.5194/hess-20-2573-2016.

    25. Wang Siru, Lei Huimin, Duan Limin, Liu Tingxi, Yang Dawen. (2016). Attribution of the vegetation trends in a typical desertified watershed of northeast China over the past three decades, Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.1748.

    26. Miao Qinghua, Yang Dawen, Yang Hanbo, Li Zhe. (2016). Establishing a rainfall threshold for flash flood warnings in China’s mountainous areas based on a distributed hydrological model, Journal of Hydrology, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.04.054.

    27. Zhang Shulei, Yang Hanbo, Yang Dawen, Jayawadena AW. (2016). Quantifying the effect of vegetation change on the regional water balance within the Budyko Framework. Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1002/2015GL066952.

    28. Gao Bing, Qin Yue, Wang Yuhan, Yang Dawen, Zheng Yuanrun. (2016). Modeling Ecohydrological Processes and Spatial Patterns in the Upper Heihe Basin in China. Forests, 7(1), DOI:10.3390/f7010010.

    29. Zhang Shulei, Yang Dawen, Jayawardena, A. W., Xu Xiangyu, Yang Hanbo (2015). Hydrological change driven by human activities and climate variation and its spatial variability in Huaihe Basin, China. Hydrological Sciences Journal. DOI:10.1080/02626667.2015.1035657.

    30. Xu Kai, Yang Dawen, Xu Xiangyu, Lei Huimin (2015). Copula based drought frequency analysis considering the spatio-temporal variability in Southwest China. Journal of Hydrology. 527: 630-640. DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.05.030.

    31. Yang Dawen, Gao Bing, Jiao Yang, Lei Huimin, Zhang Yanlin, Yang Hanbo, Cong Zhentao (2015). A distributed scheme developed for eco-hydrological modeling in the upper Heihe River. Science China: Earth Sciences, 58: 36-45. DOI:10.1007/s11430-014-5029-7.

    32. Li Zhe, Yang Dawen, Gao Bing, Jiao Yang, Hong Yang, Xu Tao (2015). Multiscale Hydrologic Applications of the Latest Satellite Precipitation Products in the Yangtze River Basin using a Distributed Hydrologic Model. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 16(1): 407-426.

    33. Yang Hanbo, Li Zhe, Li Mingliang, and Yang Dawen (2015). Inconsistency in Chinese solar radiation data caused by instrument replacement: Quantification based on pan evaporation observations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere, doi: 10.1002/2014JD023015.

    34. Hanbo Yang, Dawen Yang and Qingfang Hu (2014), An error analysis of the Budyko hypothesis for assessing the contribution of climate change to runoff. Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2014WR015451.

    35. Huimin Lei, Dawen Yang, Hanbo Yang, Zaijian Yuan and Huafang Lv (2014), Simulated impacts of irrigation on evapotranspiration in a strongly exploited region: a case study of the Haihe River basin, China. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10402.

    36. Xu Kai, Dawen Yang, Hanbo Yang, Zhe Li, Yue Qin, Yan Shen (2015), Spatio-temporal variation of drought in China during 1961-2012: A climatic perspective, Journal of Hydrology, 526:253-264. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.09.047.

    37. Qin, Y., Yang, D., Lei, H., Xu, K., Xu, X., 2014. Comparative analysis of drought based on precipitation and soil moisture indices in Haihe basin of North China during the period of 1960-2010. Journal of Hydrology, 526:55-67. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.09.068.

    38. Gong, W., D. Yang, H. V. Gupta, and G. Nearing (2014), Estimating information entropy for hydrological data: One-dimensional case, Water Resour Res, 50(6), 5003-5018, doi:10.1002/2014WR015874.

    39. Yang Hanbo, Yang Dawen, Hu Qingfang, and Lv Huafang (2014). Spatial variability of the trends in climatic variables China during 1961-2010. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-014-1208-x

    40. Yang Hanbo, Qi Jia, Xu Xiangyu, Yang Dawen, and Lv Huafang (2014). The regional variation in climate elasticity and climate contribution to runoff across China. Journal of Hydrology. 517: 607-615.

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    43. Hu Qingfang, Dawen Yang (2013). Multi-scale evaluation of six high-resolution satellite monthly rainfall estimates over a humid region in China with dense rain gauges. International Journal of Remote Sensing, accepted.

    44. Li, Zhe, Dawen Yang, Yang Hong, Jian Zhang, Youcun Qi, 2014: Characterizing Spatiotemporal Variations of Hourly Rainfall by Gauge and Radar in the Mountainous Three Gorges Region. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 53, 873–889. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JAMC-D-13-0277.1

    45. Lei H., Yang D., Huang Maoyi,  2014, Impacts of climate change and vegetation dynamics on runoff in the mountainous region of the Haihe River basin in the past five decades, Journal of Hydrology, 511,786-799.

    46. Xu Xiangyu, Dawen Yang, Hanbo Yang, Huimin Lei, 2014. Attribution analysis based on the Budyko hypothesis for detecting the dominant cause of runoff decline in Haihe basin,Journal of Hydrology, 510:530–540.

    47. Zhao, T., Zhao, J., Lund, J., and Yang, D. (2014). Optimal Hedging Rules for Reservoir Flood Operation from Forecast Uncertainties. J. Water Resour. Plann. Manage., 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000432

    48. Xu X, Yang H, Yang D and Ma H(2013). Assessing the impacts of climate variability and human activities on annual runoff in the Luan River Basin, China. Hydrology Research, 44(5): 940-952. doi:10.2166/nh.2013.144.

    49. Li Zhe, Dawen Yang, Yang Hong (2013). Multi-scale evaluation of high-resolution multi-sensor blended global precipitation products over the Yangtze River. Journal of Hydrology, 500:157-169.

    50. Chen He, Yang Dawen, Hong Yang, JonathanJ. Gourley, Yu Zhang (2013). Hydrological data assimilation with the EnsembleSquare-Root-Filter: Use of streamflow observations to update model states for real-timeflash flood forecasting. Advances in Water Resources,59:209-220.

    51. Yang Dawen, Chen He, Lei Huimin (2013). Analysis of the diurnal pattern of evaporative fractionand its controlling factors over croplands in the Northern China. Journal of Integrative Agriculture,12(8):1316-1329.

    52. Zhao T. T. G., Zhao J. S., Yang D. W., and Wang H.(2013), Generalized marginale model of the uncertainty evolution of streamflow forecasts, Advances in Water Resources,57:41-51.

    53. Lei H M, Yang D W, Cai J F, et al. Long-term variability of the carbon balance in a large irrigated area along the lower Yellow River from 1984 to 2006. Science China: Earth Sciences, 2013, 56: 671–683, doi: 10.1007/s11430-012-4473-5.

    54. Gao Bing, Yang Dawen, Yang Hanbo (2013),Impact of the Three Gorges Dam on flow regime in the middle and lower Yangtze River. Quaternary International, 304: 43-50.

    55. QingFang Hu, DaWen Yang, YinTang Wang, HanBo Yang. Accuracy and spatio-temporalvariation of high resolution satellite rainfall estimate over the GanjiangRiver Basin, Science China Technological Sciences, 2013, 56(4):853-865.

    56. Zhang Quan, Lei Huimin, Yang Dawen, 2013, Seasonal variations in soil respiration, heterotrophic respiration and autotrophic respiration of a wheat and maize rotation cropland in the North China Plain, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 180: 34–43.

    57. Gong, W., H. V. Gupta, D. Yang, K. Sricharan, and A. O. Hero III (2013), Estimating epistemic and aleatory uncertainties during hydrologic modeling: An information theoretic approach, Water Resour. Res., 49, 2253–2273, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20161.

    58. Zhao T. T. G., Zhao J. S., and Yang D. W (2012)., Improved dynamic programming for reservoir operation optimization with a concave objective function, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management,138(6):590-596.

    59. Yang, H., Yang, D. and Lei, Z. (2012), Seasonal variability of the complementary relationship in the Asian monsoon region. Hydrol. Process. doi: 10.1002/hyp.9400.

    60. Li Mingliang, Dawen Yang, Jinsong Chen, and Susan S. Hubbard (2012), Calibration of a Distributed Flood Forecasting Model with Input Uncertainty Using a Bayesian Framework. Water Resources Research, 48, W08510, doi:10.1029/2010WR010062.

    61. Lei, H. and Yang, D(2012). Combining Crop Coefficient of Winter Wheat and Summer Maize with Remotely-Sensed Vegetation Index for Estimating Evapotranspiration in the North China Plain. J. Hydrol. Eng.. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000765.

    62. Gao B, Yang D, Zhao T, Yang H (2012), Changes in the eco-flow metrics of Upper Yangtze River from 1961 to 2008. J Hydrol. 448-449(2), 30-38.

    63. Zhao Tongtiegang, Yang Dawen, Cai Ximing, et. al., (2012). Identifying effective forecast horizon for real-time reservoir operation under a limited inflow forecast, Water Resources Research, 48, W01540, doi:10.1029/2011WR010623.

    64. Xu, X., D. Yang and M. Sivapalan (2012). Assessing the impact of climate variability on catchment water balance and vegetation cover. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 43–58, doi:10.5194/hess-16-43-2012.

    65. Yang HB and DW Yang (2012). Climatic factors influencing changing pan evaporation across China from 1961 to 2001. Journal of Hydrology, Journal of Hydrology, 414–415:184–193, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.10.043.

    66. Tang, LH, DW Yang, HP Hu, B Gao (2011), Detecting the effect of land-use change on streamflow, sediment and nutrient losses by distributed hydrological simulation. Journal of Hydrology, 409: 172-182.

    67. Yang, HB and DW Yang (2011), Derivation of climate elasticity of runoff to assess the effects of climate change on annual runoff. Water Resources Research, 47, W07526, doi:10.1029/2010WR009287.

    68. Yi, YH & DW Yang (2011), An operational method to estimate evapotranspiration using MODIS data during winter wheat growing season. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32(17): 4915-4932, DOI:10.1080/01431161.2010.492252.

    69. Huimin Lei, Dawen Yang, Yanjun Shen, Yu Liu and Yucui Zhang (2011), Simulation of evapotranspiration and carbon dioxide flux in the wheat-maize rotation croplands of the North China Plain using the simple biosphere model. Hydrological Processes, 25, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8026.

    70. Ma Huan, Dawen Yang, Soon Keat Tan, Bing Gao, Qingfang Hua (2010). Impact of climate variability and human activity on streamflow decrease in the Miyun Reservoir catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 389, 317–324. 

    71. Cong Zhentao, Jingjing Zhao, Dawen Yang, Guangheng Ni (2010). Understanding the hydrological trends of river basins in China. Journal of Hydrology, 388, 350–356. (IDS: 627FK)

    72. Lei Huimin, Dawen Yang, E. Lokupitiya, and Yanjun Shen (2010). Coupling land surface and crop growth models for predicting evapotranspiration and carbon exchange in wheat-maize rotation croplands. Biogeosciences, 7, 3363-3375.

    73. Yang, DW, H Chen & HM Lei (2010), Estimation of evapotranspiration using a remote sensing model over agriculture land in the North China Plain. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 31(14), 3783–3798.

    74. Lei, HM & DW Yang (2010), Seasonal and interannual variations in carbon dioxide exchange over a cropland in the North China Plain. Global Change Biology, 16, 2944–2957, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.02136.x.

    75. Lei HM & DW Yang (2010), Interannual and seasonal variability in evapotranspiration and energy partitioning over an irrigated cropland in the North China Plain. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150, 581-589

    76. Valeriano, OCS, T Koike, K Yang and DW Yang (2010), Optimal Dam Operation during Flood Season using a Distributed Hydrological Model and a Heuristic Algorithm. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, doi:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0000212.

    77. Wang, L., ZJ Wang, T Koike, H Yin, DW Yang and S. He (2010), 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, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7566.

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