Name: SHAO Quanqin
Professor of GIS and Cartology
Director, Laboratory of Regional Environment Change Detection and Simulation, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR) of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
Enrollment specialty: GIS and cartology
Major Orientation: Application of GIS and ecological information
Comprehensive monitoring and evaluation of terrestrial ecosystem, detection and simulation of regional environment change, impact assessment of major national ecological engineering, integrated management planning for the western key ecological area and so on.
Prof. Shao has directed more than 20 scientific research projects and tasks, including National High-tech Research and Development Program of China (863), National Science-technology Support Plan Projects, National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program), Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and Action Plan in the West Area of Chinese Academy of Sciences and so on. Prof. Shao has published more than 100 journal articles, which contains more than 20 SCI articles. Besides, Prof. Shao has published 5 monographs and atlas, and she is the first author in three of these. In addition, Prof. Shao has gained more than ten software copyrights and she is the first participant in eight of these. Meanwhile, Prof. Shao keeps close cooperation relationships with Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Auburn University (America) and National Institute for Environmental Studies (Japan) and so on.
2012, the first prize of Scientific and Technological Progress Award honored by Qinghai government, second participant
2010, the second prize of Environmental Protection Science and Technology Award, second participant
2008, the second prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, fourth participant
2006, the first prize of Scientific and Technological Progress Award honored by Shanghai government, fifth participant
2004, Special Allowance from the State Council
2002, the second prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, first participant
 Chen Z Q, Shao Q Q, Liu J Y, et al. Analysis of net primary productivity of terrestrial vegetation on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, based on MODIS remote sensing data. Sci China Earth Sci, 2012, doi: 10. 1007/s11430-012-4389-0.
 BING Longfei1, SHAO Quanqin, LIU Jiyuan. Runoff characteristics in flood and dry seasons based on wavelet analysis in the source regions of the Yangtze and Yellow rivers. J. Geogr. Sci. 2012, 22(2):261-272.
 Shao Quanqin, Fan Jiangwen, et al. Integrated monitoring and evaluation of three rivers sources area ecosystem, Science Press, 2012(in Chinese).
 Shao Quanqin, Sun Chaoyang, Liu Jiyuan, He Jianfeng, Kuang Wenhui．Impact of urban expansion on meteorological observation data and overestimation to regional air temperature in China．J. Geographical Sciences, 2011, 21(6): 994 -1006．
 Shao Quanqin, Xiao Tong, Liu Jiyuan, Qi Yongqing．Soil erosion rates and characteristics of typical alpine meadow using 137Cs technique in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau．Chinese Science Bulletin, 2011, 56(16) : 1708-1713．
2010-2014, The National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program) , “The Impact of Large Scale Land Use Change on Globe Weather”, assistant of project's chief scientist.
2013-2016, National Key Technology R&D Program, “Application System Integration of Ecosystem Monitoring and Evaluation Technology in National Scale”, project director.
2012-2013, Specific Project of Investigation and Evaluation on National Ecological Environment Change By Remote Sensing During 2000-2010, “Investigation and Evaluation on Ecological Environment Change in Key Area of Ecological Protection and Construction Project During 2000-2010”, project director.
2012-2013, Project entrusted by National development and reform commission (NDRC) and Guizhou Province, “Development Plan for Building National Ecological Compensation Demonstration Area in the South Area of Guizhou Province”, project director.
11A, Da tun Road
Anwai, Beijing 100101
People’s Republic of China
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