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Chunqiao Song


 

PERSONAL DETAILS


  Name: Chunqiao Song

  Position:  Professor, Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  Postal Address: 73 East Beijing Road, Nanjing 210008, China 

  Telephone:  +86-25-86882010

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  E-mail: cqsong@niglas.ac.cn 

   


Education

Aug 2011-Jul 2014, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Ph.D.

Sep 2008-Jun 2011, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), M.S.

Sep 2004-Jun 2008, Wuhan University, B.S.

 


Employment 

Dec 2017 --: Professor, Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

Oct 2014-Nov 2017: Postdoc researcher, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)  

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Remote sensing of lake hydrology,

Remote sensing of environment and global change impacts,

High mountain environment changes

 


AWASRDS

Elected in “Thousand Youth Talents Plan" programme

 

 

AFFILIATIONS AND FELLOWSHIP 

The “Thousand Youth Talents Plan" Startup Project

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

Journal articles:

1. Song, C., Huang, B., & Ke, L. (2013). Modeling and analysis of lake water storage changes on the Tibetan Plateau using multi-mission satellite data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 135, 25-35.(ESI)

2. Song, C., Huang, B., Ke, L., & Richards, K.S. (2014). Remote sensing of alpine lake water environment changes on the Tibetan Plateau and surroundings: A review. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 92, 26-37.

3. Song, C., Huang, B., Richards, K., Ke, L., & Hien Phan, V. (2014). Accelerated lake expansion on the Tibetan Plateau in the 2000s: Induced by glacial melting or other processes? Water Resources Research, 50, 3170-3186.

4. Song, C., Huang, B., Ke, L., & Richards, K.S. (2014). Seasonal and abrupt changes in the water level of closed lakes on the Tibetan Plateau and implications for climate impacts. Journal of Hydrology, 514, 131-144.

5. Ke, L., & Song, C *. (2014). Remotely sensed surface temperature variation of an inland saline lake over the central Qinghai–Tibet Plateau. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 98, 157-167.

6. Song, C., Ke, L., Huang, B., & Richards, K.S. (2015). Can mountain glacier melting explains the GRACE-observed mass loss in the southeast Tibetan Plateau: From a climate perspective? Global and Planetary Change, 124, 1-9.

7. Song, C., Sheng, Y., Ke, L., Nie, Y., & Wang, J. (2016). Glacial-hydrogeomorphic Processes of Rapid Glacial Lake Expansion in the Southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Hydrology

8. Song, C., & Sheng, Y. (2016). Contrasting evolution patterns between glacier-fed and non-glacier-fed lakes in the Tanggula Mountains and climate cause analysis. Climatic Change, 1-15.

9. Sheng, Y., Song, C., Wang, J., Lyons, E.A., Knox, B.R., Cox, J.S., & Gao, F. (2016). Representative lake water extent mapping at continental scales using multi-temporal Landsat-8 imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment.

10. Song, C., Sheng, Y., Wang, J., Ke, L., Madson, A., & Nie, Y. (2017). Heterogeneous glacial lake changes and links of lake expansions to the rapid thinning of adjacent glacier termini in the Himalayas. Geomorphology, 280, 30-38.

Books:

Co-Editor for Comprehensive Geographic Information Systems Volume 2: GIS applications (bio-physical and environmental)


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