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Name: Suxia Liu
Current Appointment:Professor
Dr. Liu holds a PhD in Hydrology-Physical Geography (1993) from Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Science and Bachelor (1985) and Master (1988) in Hydrology and Water Resources from the Hohai University(formerly East China University of Water Resources). She did postdoctoral research in University of Maryland, US from 1994 to 1995 and cooperative research at the University of New South Wales, Australia, University of Waitago, New Zealandand Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany from 2000 to 2003.

Areas of Specialization
She is interested in the research of prediction and estimation of hydrological processes, especially in data-scarce catchments, focusing on interface hydrological processes, spatial-temporal variation pattern, the responses of hydrological to climate change and land use cover change.

Academic Awards
The second Awards of Hebei Science and Technology
Society Appointments
She is the Secretary General of the China National Working Group of the Program of Predictionsin Ungauged Basins (PUB) initiated by the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS).

Representative Publications:
[1] Preliminary study on the correspondence of turning points between global flood occurrences and polar motion, Proceeding of 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 1731~1737, 2017, 1st author.
[2] 澜沧江和怒江流域的气候变化及其对径流的影响, 气候变化研究进展. 13 (4): 356-365, 2017, 1st author.
[3] Responses of maize ecosystem to warming based on WATDPED experiment, Ecological Indicators. 81:390–400, 2017, corresponding author.
[4] The cost of ending groundwater overdraft on the North China Plain, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2016, corresponding author.
[5] 基于五水转化装置的玉米光合特性分析, 中国农业气象, 2016, corresponding author.
[6] Estimating water availability across upper Salween and Mekong River Basins.In:Remote Sensing and GIS for Hydrology and Water Resources, Remote Sensing and GIS for Hydrology and Water Resources, 2015, 1st author.
[7] Toward creating simpler hydrological models, Environmental Modelling & Software, 2015, corresponding author.
[8] Exploring spatiotemporal patterns and physical controls of soil moisture at various spatial scales, Theoretical & Applied Climatology, 2015, corresponding author.
[9] The need of the change of the conceptualisation of hydrologic processes under extreme conditions - taking reference evapotranspiration as an example, Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2015, 1st author.
[10] Hydroeconomic optimization of reservoir management under downstream water quality constraints, Journal of Hydrology, 2015, corresponding author.
[11] Evaluation of Remotely Sensed Precipitation and its Performance for Streamflow Simulations in Basins of the Southeast Tibetan Plateau, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 2015, corresponding author.
[12] Exploring spatiotemporalpatterns and physical controls of soil moisture at various spatial scales, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2014, corresponding author.
[13] 新乡试验农地的土壤分层研究, 地理研究, 2014, corresponding author.
[14] 地极移动与河川径流的关系研究, 气象科技进展, 2014, 1st author.
[15] On a PUBmethodology from Chinese lessons, Hydrological Science Journal, 2014, 1st author.
[16] Assessing the impact of climate change on potential evapotranspiration inAksu River Basin, JournalofGeographical Sciences, 2011, corresponding author.
[17] Crop yield responses to climate change in the Huang-Huai-HaiPlain of China, Agricultural Water Management, 2010, 1st author.

Major Research Projects
1. The frequency spectral of water use efficiency, 2017-2022sub-sub-project of National Key research project, precipal investigator.
2. The variation of key earth rotation factors and their effects to climate change, 2012-2016, National “973” subproject, Principal investigator.
3. Regional estimation of soil moisture for ungauged regions,2010-2013. National Science Foundation of China project, Principal investigator.

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