Talent details

Name:Xiaonan Shi
Title & Affiliation:Ph.D, Associate Professor
Homepage in Chinese:http://zhangfan.itpcas.ac.cn/chs/?sp_player=%E5%8F%B2%E6%99%93%E6%A5%A0
Address:Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China

Education and Appointments


Ph.D. in Agricultural Soil and Water Engineering, China Agricultural University, China, 2006 

M. S. in Agriculture Soil and Water Engineering, Xi'an University of Technology, China, 2003 

B. S. in Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering, Xi'an University of Technology, China, 1999 


2016.06-present Associate Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China  

2012.07-2016.06 Assistant Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China 

2010.03-2012.06 Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China  

2007.09-2009.03 Visiting Scholar, University of California, Riverside, USA 

Research Interest

Research Interests: Riverine sediment load and change in response to climatic and environmental factors, soil erosion mechanism driven by snowmelt runoff and affected by soil freeze and thaw, electrolyte tracer method of erosion parameters measurement

Research Fields: Riverine sediment load, snowmelt erosion, parameter measurement method

Selected Publications

Publications in the recent 5 years (2016-2020)
(* corresponding author; # joint first authors; Including books and book chapters)
Part 1: 5 representative publications 
1. Fan Zhang*, Xiaonan Shi*, Chen Zeng, Li Wang, Xiong Xiao, Guanxing Wang, Yao Chen, Hongbo Zhang, Xixi Lu, Walter Immerzeel. Recent stepwise sediment flux increase with climate change in the Tuotuo River in the Central Tibetan Plateau. Science Bulletin, 2020, 65(5): 410-418. 
2. Xiaonan Shi*, Fan Zhang, Li Wang, Muhammad Dodo Jagirani, Chen Zeng, Xiong Xiao, Guanxing Wang. Experimental study on the effects of multiple factors on spring meltwater erosion on alpine meadow slope. International Soil and Water Conservation Research, 2020, 8: 116-123. 
3. Fan Zhang*, Xiaonan Shi, Chen Zeng, Guanxing Wang, Yao Chen, Li Wang, Hongbo Zhang, Zhongbo Yu. Variation and influence of riverine sediment transport from Tibetan Plateau, China. Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2019, 34(11): 1274-1284. (in Chinese)
4. Xiaonan Shi, Fan Zhang*, Xixi Lu, Zhaoyin Wang, Tongliang Gong, Guanxing Wang, Hongbo Zhang. 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. 2018, 43(2): 432-443. 
5. 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. 
Part 2: all other publications (exclude part 1)
6. Xiong Xiao, Fan Zhang*, Xiaoyan Li, Chen Zeng, Xiaonan Shi, Huawu Wu, MD Jagirani, Tao Che. Using stable isotopes to identify major flow pathways in a permafrost influenced alpine meadow hillslope during summer rainfall period. Hydrological Processes. 2020, 34:1104-1116. 
7. Xiong Xiao, Fan Zhang, Xiaoyan Li, Guanxing Wang, Chen Zeng, Xiaonan Shi. Hydrological functioning of thawing soil water in a permafrost-influenced alpine meadow hillslope. Vadose Zone J. 2020, 19: e20022.
8. Xiong Xiao, Fan Zhang*, Tao Che, Xiaonan Shi, Chen Zeng, Guanxing Wang. Changes in plot-scale runoff generation processes from the spring summer transition period to the summer months in a permafrost-dominated catchment. Journal of Hydrology. 2020, 124966.
9. Li Wang, Fan Zhang*, Shuhua Fu, Xiaonan Shi, Yao Chen, MD Jagirani, Chen Zeng. Assessment of Soil Erosion Risk and Its Response to Climate Change in the Mid-Yarlung Tsangpo River Region. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2020, 27, 607-621. 
10. Li Wang, Fan Zhang*, Hongbo Zhang, Christopher A. Scott, Chen Zeng, Xiaonan Shi. Intensive precipitation observation greatly improves hydrological modelling of the poorly gauged high mountain Mabengnong catchment in the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Hydrology. 2018, 556: 500-509. 
11. Lijie Wang, Chen Zeng, Guanxing Wang, Xiaonan Shi*, Fan Zhang. Chemical characteristics and impact factors of the Drem-tso Lake and supplying runoff in the Southern Tibet. Arid Land Geography. 2017, 40(4): 737-745. (in Chinese)