Name: MO Xingguo
Backgrounds: Professor of Hydrology at Key Laboratory of Water Cycles and Related Land Surface Processes, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Mo holds a PhD in Physical Geography (1993) from Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Science and Bachelor (1988) and Master (1990) in Atmospheric Sciences from the Nanjing University. He is the executive member of the Council of China Agro-meteorology Society, China Association of Agricultural Science Society. He is on the association editor board of Pedosphere (in Chinese)
Dr. Mo‘s research is Climate and Eco-hydrology, including:
- Key processes and the mechanism of energy and mass cycle on and across the interfaces among soil-vegetation-atmosphere transfer systems
- Integrated modelling of climate and eco-hydrological processes based on the VIP model
- The spatial variation pattern and temporal variation tendency of climate and eco-hydrological elements
- The response mechanism of eco-hydrological processes to climate change and environmental change and its adaptation and control
High cited Publications
1) Guo Ruiping, et al. 2010. Responses of crop yield and water use efficiency to climate change in the North China Plain，Agric.Water Manage. 97(8):1185-1194.
2) Mo Xingguo, et al. 2009. Regional crop productivity and water use efficiency and their responses to climate change in the North China Plain. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment, 134, 67-78.
3) Mo, X., et al., 2008. Optimization of ecosystem model parameters through assimilating eddy covariance flux data with an ensemble Kalman filter. Ecological Modelling, 217, 157-173.
4) Mo, Xingguo, et al., 2005. Simulation of winter wheat production and water use efficiency with GIS and RS Data in the North China Plain. Ecological Modelling, 183, 301-322.
5) Mo, Xingguo, Keith Beven, 2004. Multi-objective conditioning of a three-source canopy model for estimation of parameter sensitivity and prediction uncertainty. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 122:39-63.
6) Mo, Xingguo, Liu Suxia, Lin Zhonghui, Zhao Weimin, 2004. Simulation the spatial and temporal variation of evapotranspiration in the Lushi Catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 285:125-142
7) Mo, Xingguo, Liu Suxia, 2001. Simulating evapotranspiration and photosynthesis of winter wheat over the entire growing season. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 109,203-222.
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