题 目： 防护林带空气动力结构与边界层空气动力变量之间关系的流体力学描述
报 告 人： 周新华
题 目： History and New Development in Micrometeorological Instrumentation
报 告 人： Ryan Campbell
Brief Bio for Dr. Xinhua Zhou:
Dr. Zhou is an Application Scientist at the Micrometeorology Group in the Campbell Scientific, Inc., and an Adjunct Research Associate Professor in the University of Nebraska. His current research focuses on the instrumentation for eddy covariance, tree transpiration, and boundary-layer meteorology, the fluxes of CO2 and H2O as influenced by bio-environmental interactions in heterogeneous sites, the canopy structure and its influences on microclimate, and the scaling the functions and influences of woody plantations up to an agroecosystem.
Dr. Zhou has served as either PI/Project Leader or Co-PI for ~10 grants totaling ~1 million dollars. He has published ~20 peer-reviewed journal articles and ~10 other publications. He has also delivered or co-authored ~10 scientific presentations.
Publications in recent years
Zhou, X.H., M.M. Schoeneberger, J.R Brandle, T.N Awada, D.L. Martin, J.M. Chu, J. H. Li, Y.Q. Li, C.W. Mize. 2015. Analyzing the uncertainties in use of forest-derived biomass equations for open-grown trees in agricultural land. Forest Science In press.
Zhou, X.H., J. R. Brandle, T. N. Awada, M. M. Schoeneberger, D.L. Martin, Z.H. Tang, 2011. The use of forest-derived specific gravity for the conversion of volume to biomass for open-grown trees on agricultural land. Biomass and Bioenergy 35:1721-1731.
Zhou, X.H., J.R. Brandle, M.M. Schoeneberger, T. Awada. 2007. Developing above-ground woody biomass equations for open-grown, multiple-stemmed tree species: Shelterbelt-grown Russian-olive. Ecological Modelling 202: 311-323.
Zhou, X.H., J.R. Brandle, C.W. Mize, E.S. Takle. 2005. Three dimensional aerodynamic structure of a tree shelterbelt: Definition, characterization and working models. Agroforestry Systems 63: 133-147.
Zhou, X.H., J.R. Brandle, E.S. Takle, C.W. Mize. 2002. Estimation of the three-dimensional aerodynamic structure of a green ash shelterbelt. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 111: 93-108.