LEI Huimin
Position:Lecturer
Address:No. 324, Xinshui Building, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 100084
Tel:86-10-62783383
Fax:86-10-62796971
E-mail: leihm@tsinghua.edu.cn
Educational Background
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BA: Sep.2001 – July.2005, Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University
PhD: Sep.2005 – Jun.2011, Hydrology & Water Resources, Tsinghua University
Work Experience
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2011~2013: Postdoc, Tsinghua University
2013-Present : Lecturer, Tsinghua University
Teaching Courses
1. Agro-hydrology and Irrigation & Drainage
Research Interests
1. Land-Surface Hydrological Processes and Modeling
2.Ecohydrology
Research Projects
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2015, The first prize of the Ministry of education natural science (Rank Fourth)
Professional Service
None
Honors and Awards
Mechanism and simulation of interactions between water-energy transfer and crop growth over typical croplands in northern China. National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2013~2015
Hydrological Processes and their ecological response in desertification region. National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2012~2016.
Educational Background
1. Yanlan Liu, Huimin Lei*, (2015). Responses of Natural Vegetation Dynamics to Climate Drivers in China from 1982 to 2011, Remote Sensing, 7, 10243-10268; doi:10.3390/rs70810243.
2. Lei, H, Yang, D, Yang, H, Yuan, Z, and Lv, H (2015), Simulated impacts of irrigation on evapotranspiration in a strongly exploited region: a case study of the Haihe River basin, China. Hydrol. Process., 29, 2704–2719. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10402.
3. Lei Huimin, Maoyi Huang, L. Ruby Leung, et al., (2014), Sensitivity of global terrestrial gross primary production to hydrologic states simulated by the Community Land Model using two runoff parameterizations, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 06, doi:10.1002/2013MS000252.
4. Lei Huimin, Yang Dawen, Huang Maoyi, (2014), Impacts of climate change and vegetation dynamics on runoff in the mountainous region of the Haihe River basin in the past five decades, Journal of Hydrology, 511,786-799.
5. Lei Huimin, Yang Dawen. 2014. Combining crop coefficient of winter wheat and summer maize with remotely-sensed vegetation index for estimating evapotranspiration in the North China Plain. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 19(1), 243–251.
6. Zhang, Q., Lei, H. M.*, & Yang, D. W. (2013). Seasonal variations in soil respiration, heterotrophic respiration and autotrophic respiration of a wheat and maize rotation cropland in the North China Plain. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 180, 34-43.
7. Lei, H., Yang, D., Cai, J., & Wang, F. (2013). Long-term variability of the carbon balance in a large irrigated area along the lower Yellow River from 1984 to 2006. Science China Earth Sciences, 56(4), 671-683.
8. Lei Huimin, Dawen Yang, Yanjun Shen, Yu Liu, and Yucui Zhang. 2011. Simulation of evapotranspiration and carbon dioxide flux in the wheat-maize rotation croplands of the North China Plain using the Simple Biosphere Model. Hydrological Processes, 25: 3107-3120.
9. Lei Huimin, Dawen Yang, E. Lokupitiya, and Yanjun Shen. 2010. Coupling land surface and crop growth models for predicting evapotranspiration and carbon exchange in wheat-maize rotation croplands. Biogeosciences, 7, 3363-3375.
10. Lei Huimin and Yang Dawen, 2010. Seasonal and interannual variations in carbon dioxide exchange over a cropland in the North China Plain. Global Change Biology, 16, 2944-2957.
11. Lei Huimin and Yang Dawen, 2010. Interannual and seasonal variability in evapotranspiration and energy partitioning over an irrigated cropland in the North China Plain. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 150, 581-589.
12. Lei Huimin, Yang Dawen, Stanislaus J. Schymanski and Murugesu Sivapalan, 2008. Modeling the crop transpiration using an optimality-based approach. Science in China Series E, 51, Supp. II, 60-75.
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