School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof. Liang CHENG
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Department of Geographic Information Science
Email: lcheng@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

 LiDAR, 3D GIS, Remote Sensing (http://gis.nju.edu.cn/rs.asp?ID=74)

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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof.Peijun DU
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Department of Geographic Information Science / Key Laboratory for Satellite Mapping Technology and Applications of State Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation of China /Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Geographic Information Sci
Email: dupjrs@126.com, peijun@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

Remote sensing image processing and pattern recognition, hyperspectral remote sensing, urban remote sensing, resources and environmental remote sensing and information engineering, applications of geospatial information technologies. 

 
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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof. Shu GAO
Title: Professor
Affiliation: The MOE Key Laboratory of Coast and Island Development, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences
Email: shugao@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

 Marine sediment dynamics; Coastal and continental shelf morphodynamics; Land-ocean interaction and environmental dynamics; Modeling of the formation of Holocene sedimentary records; Shallow marine processes for material cycling.

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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof. Shugui HOU
Title: Professor
Affiliation: The MOE Key Laboratory of Coast and Island Development, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences
Email: shugui@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

Cryosphere and global change.

 

Education:

September, 1992, B.S. in Structure Geology and Geophysics, Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University, China.

October, 1997, Ph.D. in Glaciology, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 

Experience:

 

October, 1997-July, 2009, assistant professor (1997), associate professor (2000), and professor (2003), successively in the Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 

2002-2003, Post-doc in the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (LSCE), CEA/CNRS, France, and the Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l’Environnement (LGGE), CNRS, France.

 

Visiting Scholar to various oversea research units (i.e., Climate Change Research Center, University of New Hampshire, USA for 3-month in 1997 and 1999, respctively; Naval Postgraduate School, USA for 3-month in 2004; LGGE for 3-month in 2005, 1-month in 2008, 1-month in 2009, and 2-month in 2011, respectively; LSCE for 3-month in 2006 and 1-month in 2010, respectively; Climate Change Institute, University of Maine, USA for 1-month in 2006; Korea Polar Research Institute, Korea for 6-month in 2007).

 

32 expeditions to Antarctica, Alaska, Himalayas, Tibetan Plateau, Tienshan Mts, Altai Mts for a total period of >5 years.

 

PI of 7 fundings from the National Natural Scientific Foundation of China (including one of the most recognized fundings: the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars).

 

Committee member of the International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS).

 

Selected papers in peer-reviewed journals (* standing for correspondging author).

 

1. H. Pang, S. Hou*, A. Landais, V. Masson-Delmotte, F. Prie, H. Steen-Larsen, C. Risi, Y. Li, J. Jouzel, Y. Wang, J. He, B. Minster, S. Falourd. Spatial distribution of 17O-excess in surface snow along a traverse from Zhongshan station to Dome A, East Antarctica. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 414, 126-133, 2015, 10.1016/j.epsl.2015.01.014.

2. W. An, S. Hou*, W. Zhang, Y. Wang, Y. Liu, S. Wu, H. Pang. Significant recent warming over the northern Tibetan Plateau from
ice core δ18O records. Climate of the Past Discussion, 11, 2701–2728, 2015. doi:10.5194/cpd-11-2701-2015.

3. Y. Tang, H. Pang*, W. Zhang, Y. Li, S. Wu, and S. Hou*. Effects of changes in moisture source and the upstream rainout on stable isotopes in summer precipitation – a case study in Nanjing, East China. Hydrology and Earth System Science Discussion, 12, 3919-3944, 2015. doi:10.5194/hessd-12-3919-2015.

4. Y. Wang, S. Hou, W. Sun, J. T. M. Lenaerts, M. R. van den Broeke & J. M. van Wessem. Recent surface mass balance from Syowa Station to Dome F, East Antarctica: comparison of field observations, atmospheric reanalyses, and a regional atmospheric climate model. Climate Dynamics, 2015. doi: 10.1007/s00382-015-2512-6.

5. S. Zhang, S. Hou, X. Qin, W. Du, F. Liang, Z. Li. Preliminary Study on Effects of Glacial Retreat on the Dominant Glacial Snow Bacteria in Laohugou Glacier No.12, Geomicrobiology Journal, 2015, 32(2), 113-118. doi: 10.1080/01490451.2014.929761.

6. C. Li, C. Xiao, G. Shi, M. Ding, S. Kang, L. Zhang, S. Hou, B. Sun, D. Qin, J. Ren. Spatiotemporal variations of monocarboxylic acids in snow layers along a transect from Zhongshan Station to Dome A, eastern Antarctica. Atmospheric Research, 2015, 158–159: 79–87.

7. C. Li, J. Ren, C. Xiao, S. Hou, M. Ding, D. Qin. A 2680-year record of sea ice extent in the Ross Sea and the associated atmospheric circulation derived from the DT401 East Antarctic ice core. Science China Earth Sciences, 2015. doi: 10.1007/s11430-015-5125-3.

8. H. Pang, S. Hou*, S. Kaspari, and P. A. Mayewski. Influence of regional precipitation patterns on stable isotopes in ice cores from the central Himalayas. The Cryosphere, 2014, 8, 289–301. doi:10.5194/tc-8-289-2014.

9. H. Pang, S. Hou*, S. Kaspari, and P. A. Mayewski. Influence of regional precipitati !E opes in ice cores from the central Himalayas. The Cryosphere Discussion, 7, 1871–1905, 2013.

10. H. Xu, S. Hou*, H. Pang. Asian-Pacific Oscillation signal from a Mt. Qomolangma (Everest) ice core chemical record. Annals of Glaciology, 2014, 55(66) , 121-128. doi: 10.3189/2014AoG66A121.

11. C. Wang, S. Hou*, H. Pang, Y. Liu, H. Gaeggeler, L. Tobler, S. Szidat, E. Vogel. 210Pb dating of the Miaoergou ice core from the eastern Tien Shan Mountains, China. Annals of Glaciology, 2014, 55(66), 105-110. doi: 10.3189/2014AoG66A151.

12. L. Burn-Nunes, P. Vallelonga, K. Lee, S. Hong, G. Burton, S. Hou, A. Moy, R. Edwards, R. Loss, K. Rosman. Seasonal variations in the sources of natural and anthropogenic lead deposited at the East Rongbuk Glacier in the high-altitude Himalayas. Science of the Total Environment, 2014, 487, 407–419. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.03.120.

13. C. Li, S. Kang, G. Shi, J. Huang, M. Ding, Q. Zhang, L. Zhang, J. Guo, C. Xiao, S. Hou, B. Sun, D. Qin, J. Ren. Spatial and temporal variations of total mercury in Antarctic snow along the transect from Zhongshan Station to Dome A. Tellus B, 2014, 66, 25152.

14. C. Li, X. Qin, M. Ding, R. Guo, C. Xiao, S. Hou, L. Bian, D. Qin, J. Ren. Temporal variations in marine chemical concentrations in coastal areas of eastern Antarctica and associated climatic causes. Quaternary International, 2014, 352, 16-25. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.03.016

15. X. Qin, C. Li, C. Xiao, S. Hou, M. Ding, J. Ren, D. Qin. Spatial distribution of marine chemicals along a transect from Zhongshan Station to the Grove Mountain area, Eastern Antarctica. Science China: Earth Sciences, 2014, 57(10): 2366–2373 doi: 10.1007/s11430-014-4907-3.

16. S. Hou, J. Chappellaz, D. Raynaud, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Jouzel, P. Bousquet, D. Hauglustaine. A new Himalayan ice core CH4 record: possible hints at the preindustrial latitudinal gradient. Climate of the Past, 2013, 9, 2549–2554.

17. S. Hou, J. Chappellaz, D. Raynaud, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Jouzel, P. Bousquet, and D. Hauglustaine. A new Himalayan ice core CH4 record: possible hints on the preindustrial latitudinal gradient. Climate of the Past Discussion, 9, 1–17, 2013.

18. S. Hou, Y. Wang, H. Pang. Climatology of stable isotopes in Antarctic snow and ice: current status and prospects. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2013, 58(10), 1095-1106. doi: 10.1007/s11434-012-5543-y.

19. Y. Wang*, H. Sodemann, S. Hou*, H. Pang, J. Jouzel, V. Masson-Delmotte. Snow accumulation and its moisture origin over Dome Argus, Antarctica. Climate Dynamics, 2013, 40(3-4), 731-742. doi: 10.1007/s00382-012-1398-9.

20. T. Yao, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Gao, W. Yu, X. Yang, C. Risi, C. Sturm, M. Werner, H. Zhao, Y. He, W. Ren, L. Tian, C. Shi, S. Hou. A review of climatic controls on δ18O in precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau –observations and simulations. Reviews of Geophysics 51, 2013. doi: 10.1002/rog.20023.

21. C. Li, J. Ren, D. Qin, C. Xiao, S. Hou, Y. Li, M. Ding. Factors controlling the nitrate in the DT-401 ice core in eastern Antarctica. Science China-Earth Sciences, 2013, 56(9), 1531-1539. doi: 10.1007/s11430-012-8888-9.

22. P. Yan, S. Hou*, T. Chen, X. Ma, S. Zhang. Culturable bacteria isolated from snow cores along the 1300 km traverse from Zhongshan Station to Dome A, East Antarctica. Extremophiles, 2012, 16, 345–354. doi: 10.1007/s00792-012-0434-3.

23. H. Pang, S. Hou*, S. Kaspari, P. Mayewski, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Jouzel, Z. Li, Y. He, S. Hong, D. Qin. Change of atmospheric circulation in the late 1960s indicated by a Himalayan ice core deuterium excess record. Climatic Research, 2012, 53(1), 1–12. doi: 10.3354/cr01090.

24. J. Xu, G. Yu, S. Kang, S. Hou, Q. Zhang, J. Ren, D. Qin. Sr-Nd isotope evidence for modern aeolian dust sources in mountain glaciers of western China. Journal of Glaciology, 2012, 58(211), 859-865.

25. X. Liu, W. An, K. Treydte, X. Shao, S. Leavitt, S. Hou, T. Chen, W. Sun, D. Qin. Tree-ring δ18O in southwestern China linked to variations in regional cloud cover and tropical sea surface temperature. Chemical Geology, 2012, 291, 104-115. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2011.10.001.

26. C. Shi, V. Daux, Q. Zhang, C. Risi, S. Hou, M. Stievenard, M. Pierre, Z. Li, V. Masson-Delmotte. Reconstruction of southeast Tibetan Plateau summer climate using tree ring δ18O: moisture variability over the past two centuries. Climate of the Past, 2012, 8, 205–213. doi:10.5194/cp-8-205-2012.

27. C. Shi, V. Daux, C. Risi, S. Hou, M. Stievenard, M. Pierre, Z. Li, V. Masson-Delmotte. Reconstruction of southeast Tibetan Plateau summer cloud cover over the past two centuries using tree ring δ18O. Climate of the Past Discussion, 2011, 7, 1825-1844.

28. H. Pang, Y. He, S. Hou, N. Zhang. Changes of ionic and oxygen isotopic composition of the snow-firn pack at the Baishui glacier No. 1, southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2012, 67(8), 2345-2358. doi: 10.1007/s12665-012-1681-4.

29. C. Li, C. Xiao, S. Hou, J. Ren, M. Ding, R. Guo. Dating a 109.9m ice core from Dome A (East Antarctica) with volcanic records and a firn densification model. Science China –Earth Science, 2012, 55(8), 1280-1288. doi: 0.1007/s11430-012-4393-4.

30. Y. Liu, S. Hou*,  S. Hong, S. D. Hur, K. Lee, Y. Wang. High resolution trace element records of an ice core from the eastern Tien Shan, Central Asia, since 1953AD. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 2011, 116, D12307, doi:10.1029/2010JD015191.

31. Y. Liu, S. Hou*, S. Hong, S. Hur, K. Lee, Y. Wang. Atmospheric pollution indicated by trace elements in snow from the northern slope of Cho Oyu range, Himalayas. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2011, 63, 311–320. doi:10.1007/s12665-010-0714-0.

32. K. Lee, S. D. Hur, S. Hou, S. Hong, C. Barbante, C. F. Boutron, K. Rosman. Isotopic signatures for natural versus anthropogenic Pb in high-altitude Mt. Everest ice cores during the past 800 years. Science of the Total Environment, 2011, 412-413, 194-202. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.10.002.

33. X. Liu, L. Zhao, T. Chen, X. Shao, Q. Liu, S. Hou, D. Qin, W. An. Combined tree-ring width and δ13C to reconstruct snowpack depth: a pilot study in the Gongga Mountain, west China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2011, 103(1-2), 133-144. doi: 10.1007/s00704-010-0291-x.

34. M. Ding, C. Xiao, Y. Li, J. Ren, S. Hou, B. Jin, B. Sun. Spatial variability of snow accumulation along a traverse route from Zhongshan to Dome A, Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology, 2011, 57(204), 658-666.

35. S. D. Kaspari, M. Schwikowski, M. Gysel, M. G. Flanner, S. Kang, S. Hou, P. A. Mayewski. Recent increase in black carbon concentrations from a Mt. Everest ice core spanning 1860–2000 AD. Geophysical Research Letters, 2011, 38, L04703. doi:10.1029/2010GL046096.

36. Y. Wang and S. Hou. Spatial distribution of 10 m firn temperature in the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Science China-Earth Sciences, 2011, 54(5), 655–666. doi: 10.1007/s11430-010-4066-0.

37. J. Xu, S. Hou*, D. Qin, S. Kaspari, P. Mayewski, J. Petit, B. Delmonte, S. Kang, J. Ren, J. Chappellaz, S. Hong. A 108.83 m ice core record of atmospheric dust deposition at Mt. Qomolangma (Everest), central Himalaya. Quaternary Research, 2010, 73, 33-38. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2009.09.005.

38. Y. Wang, S. Hou*, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Jouzel. A generalized additive model for the spatial distribution of stable isotopic composition in Antarctic surface snow. Chemical Geology, 2010, 271, 133–141. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.01.004.

39. Y. Liu, Z. Geng, S. Hou*. Spatial and seasonal variation of major ions in Himalayan snow and ice: A source consideration. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2010, 37, 195-205. doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2009.08.006.

40. S. Zhang, S. Hou*, G. Yang, J. Wang. Bacterial community in the East Rongbuk Glacier, Mt. Qomolangma (Everest) by culture and culture-independent methods. Microbiological Research, 2010, 165, 336-345. doi:10.1016/j.micres.2009.08.002.

41. S. Zhang, G. Yang, Y. Wang, S. Hou*. Abundance and community of snow bacteria from three glaciers in the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Environmental Sciences -China, 2010, 22(9), 1418–1424.

42. S. Zhang, G. Yang, S. Hou*, Y. Wang. Abundance and diversity of glacial bacteria on the Tibetan Plateau with environment. Geomicrobiology Journal, 2010, 27, 1–7.

43. J. Ren, C. Li, S. Hou, C. Xiao, D. Qin, Y. Li, M. Ding. A 2680 year volcanic record from the DT-401 East Antarctic ice core. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2010, 115, D11301. doi:10.1029/2009JD012892.

44. S. Hou, Y. Li, C. Xiao, H. Pang, J. Xu. Preliminary results of the close-off depth and the stable isotopic records along a 109.91 m ice core from Dome A, Antarctica. Science China-Earth Sciences, 2009, 52(10), 1-8. doi: 10.1007/s11430-009-0039-6.

45. Y. Wang, S. Hou*, V. Masson-Delmotte, J. Jouzel. A new spatial distribution map of δ18O in Antarctic surface snow. Geophysical Research Letters, 2009, 36, L06501. doi:10.1029/2008GL036939.

46. J. Xu, S. Kaspari, S. Hou*, S. Kang, D. Qin, J. Ren, P. A. Mayewski. Records of volcanic events since AD 1800 in the East Rongbuk ice core from Mt. Qomolangma. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2009, 54(8), 1411-1416. doi: 10.1007/s11434-009-0020-y.

47. J. Xu, S. Hou*, F. Chen, J. Ren, D. Qin. Trace the sources of particles in the East Rongbuk ice core from Mt. Qomolangma. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2009, 54(10), 1781-1785. doi: 10.1007/s11434- 009-0050-5.

48. Y. Wang, S. Hou*, Y. Liu. Glacier change in the Karlik Shan, Eastern Tien Shan during 1971/72-2001/02. Annals of Glaciology, 2009, 50(53), 39-45.

49. Y. Wang, S. Hou*. A new interpolation method for Antarctic surface temperature. Progress in Natural Science, 2009, 19, 1843-1849. doi:10.1016/j.pnsc.2009.07.012.

50. S. Hong, K. Lee, S. Hou, S. Hur, J. Ren, L. Burn, K. Rosman, C. Barbante, C. Boutron. An 800-year record of atmospheric As, Mo, Sn, and Sb deposition in central Asia in high-altitude ice cores from Mt. Qomolangma (Everest), Himalayas. Environmental Science and Technology, 2009, 43, 8060–8065.

51. Y. Liu, S. Hou, Y. Wang and L. Song. Distribution of borehole temperature at four high-altitude alpine glaciers in Central Asia. Journal of Mountain Science, 2009, 6(3), 221-227.

52. Y. Wang, S. Hou, B. Grigholm, L. Song. An improved method for modeling the spatial distribution of δD in Antarctic surface snow. Chinese Geographical Science, 2009, 19(2), 120–125. doi: 10.1007/s11769-009-0120-2.

53. J. Ren, C. Xiao, S. Hou, Y. Li, B. Sun. New focuses of polar ice-core study: NEEM and Dome A. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2009, 54(6), 1009-1011. doi: 10.1007/s11434-009-0012-y.

54. Kaspari, S., P. Mayewski, M. Handley, S. Kang, S. Sneed, S. Hou, D. Qin. Recent increases in atmospheric concentrations of Bi, U, Cs, S and Ca from a 350-Year Mt. Everest ice core record. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2009, 114, D04302. doi: 10.1029/2008JD011088.

55. Kaspari, S., P. Mayewski, M. Handley, S. Kang, S. Hou, S. Sneed, K. Maasch, D. Qin. A high-resolution record of atmospheric dust composition and variability since 1650 AD from a Mt. Everest ice core. Journal of Climate, 2009, 22, 3910-3925. doi: 10.1175/2009JCLI2518.1.

56. Q. Zhang, S. Kang, S. Kaspari, C. Li, D. Qin, P. Mayewski, S. Hou. Rare earth elements in an ice core from Mt. Everest: Seasonal variations and potential sources. Atmospheric Research, 2009, 94(2), 300-312. doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.06.005.

57. G. Xu, X. Liu, T. Chen, W. An, S. Hou, Z. Li. Temperature variations recorded in tree-ring width at timberline forest in Hami Badashi, Xinjiang. Journal of Mountain Science, 2009, 6(4).

58. S. Zhang, S. Hou*, Y. Wu, D. Qin. Bacterial diversity in Himalayan glacial ice and its relationship to dust. Biogeosciences, 2008, 5, 1741–1750.

59. Y. Wang, S. Hou*, S. Hong, S. Hur, Y. Liu. Glacier extent and volume change (1966~2000) on the Su-lo Mountain in Northeastern Tibetan Plateau, China. Journal of Mountain Science, 2008, 5, 299-309.

60. V. Masson-Delmotte, S. Hou, A. Ekaykin, J. Jouzel, A. Aristarain, D. Bromwhich, O. Cattani, M. Delmotte, S. Falourd, M. Frezzotti, H. Gallée, A. Lanais, M. Helsen, G. Hoffmann, V. Morgan, H. Motoyama, D. Noone, H. Oeschger, J.R. Petit, A. Royer, R. Ruemura, G. Schmidt, E. Schosser, E. Steig, B. Stenni, F. Vimeux, J.W.C. White. A review of Antarctic snow isotopic composition: traverse data, atmospheric circulation and isotopic modeling. Journal of Climate, 2008, 21, 3359-3387.

61. K. Lee, S. Hur, S. Hou, S. Hong, X. Qin, J. Ren, Y. Liu, J. Rosman, C. Barbante, C. Boutron. Atmospheric pollution for trace elements in the remote high altitude atmosphere in central Asia as recorded in snow from Mt. Qomolangma (Everest) of the Himalayas. Science of the Total Environment, 2008, 404, 171–181.

62. C. Xiao, Y. Li, S. Hou, I. Allison, L. Bian, J. Ren. Preliminary evidences indicate Dome A (Antarctica) satisfying preconditions for drilling the oldest ice core. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2008, 53(1), 102-106.

63. C. Xiao, Y. Li, I. Allison, S. Hou, G. Dreyfus, J. Barnola, J. Ren, L. Bian, S. Zhang, T. Kameda. Surface characteristics at Dome A (Antarctica): first measurements and a guide to future ice-coring sites. Annals of Glaciology, 2008, 48, 82-87.

64. Q. Zhang, S. Kang, Z. Cong, S. Hou, Y. Liu. Elemental composition in surface snow from the ultra-high elevation area of Mt. Qomolangma (Everest). Chinese Science Bulletin, 2008, 53(2), 289-294.

65. S. Kaspari, R. Hooke, P. A. Mayewski, S. Kang, S. Hou, D. Qin. Snow accumulation rate on Mt. Everest: synchroneity with sites across the Tibetan Plateau on 50-100 year timescales. Journal of Glaciology, 2008, 54(185), 343–352.

66. J. Ming, H. Cashier, C. Xiao, D. Qin, S. Kang, S. Hou, J. Xu. Black carbon record based on a shallow Himalayan ice core and its climatic implications. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2008, 8, 1343–1352.

67. S. Hou, J. Chappellaz, J. Jouzel, P. C. Chu, V. Masson-Delmotte, D. Qin, D. Raynaud, P. A. Mayewski, V. Y. Lipenkov, S. Kang. Summer temperature trend over the past two millennia using air content in Himalayan ice. Climate of the Past, 2007, 3, 89-95.

68. S. Hou, J. Chappellaz, J. Jouzel, P. C. Chu, V. Masson-Delmotte, D. Qin, D. Raynaud, P. A. Mayewski, V. Y. Lipenkov, S. Kang. Summer temperature trend over the past two millennia using air content in Himalayan ice. Climate of the Past Discussion, 2005, 1, 155-168.

69. S. Hou, Y. Li, C. Xiao, J. Ren. Recent accumulation rate at Dome A, Antarctica. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2007, 52(3), 428-431.

70. J. Xu, S. Hou*, D. Qin, S. Kang, J. Ren, J. Ming. Dust storm activity over the Tibetan Plateau recorded by a shallow ice core from the north slope of Mt. Qomolangma (Everest), Tibet–Himal region. Geophysical Research Letters, 2007, 34, L17504. doi:10.1029/2007GL030853.

71. J. Xu, S. Hou*, J. Ren and J. R. Petit. Insoluble dust from a new firn core from Dome Argus, central East Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology, 2007, 53(180), 154-156.

72. S. Zhang, S. Hou*, X. Ma, D. Qin, T. Chen. Culturable bacteria in the East Rongbuk Glacier, Mt. Qomolangma (Everest) in response to atmospheric circulation. Biogeosciences, 2007, 4, 1-9.

73. S. Kaspari, P. Mayewski, S. Kang, S. Sneed, S. Hou, R. Hooke, K. Kreutz, D. Introne, M. Handley, K. Maasch, D. Qin, J. Ren. Reduction in northward incursions of the South Asian monsoon since 1400 AD inferred from a Mt. Everest ice core. Geophysical Research Letters, 2007, 34, L16701. doi:10.1029/2007GL030440.

74. A. Xie, D. Qin, J. Ren, X. Qin, C. Xiao, S. Hou, S. Kang, X. Yang, Y. Jiang. Meteorological observations on Mount Everest in 2005. Progress in Natural Science, 2007, 17(7), 828-837.

75. S. Kang, D. Qin, J. Ren, Y. Zhang, S. Kaspari, P. A. Mayewski, S. Hou. Annual accumulation in the Mt. Nyainqentanglha ice core, southern Tibetan Plateau, China: relationships to atmospheric circulation over Asia. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 2007, 39(4), 663-670.

76. S. Hou, J. Ren, D. Qin. Modification of three ice core δ18O records from area of high melt. Annals of Glaciology, 2006, 43, 172-176.

77. D. Zhang, D. Qin, S. Hou, S. Kang, J. Ren, P. A. Mayewski. Climatological significance of 18O record of an 80.36m ice core from the East Rongbuk Glacier, Mt. Qomolangma (Everest). Science China, 2005, 48(2), 266-272.

78. S. Hou, D. Qin, J. Jouzel, V. Masson-Delmotte, U. von Grafenstein, A. Landais, N. Caillon, J. Chappellaz. Age of Himalayan bottom ice cores. Journal of Glaciology, 2004, 50(170), 467-468.

79. J. Ren, D. Qin, S. Kang, S. Hou, J. Pu, Z. Jing. Glacier variations and climate warming and drying in the central Himalayas. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004, 49(1), 65-69.

80. S. Hou, D. Qin, D. Zhang, S. Kang, P. A. Mayewski, C. P. Wake. A 154a high resolution ammonium record from the Rongbuk Glacier, north slope of Mt. Qomolangma (Everest), Tibet-Himal region. Atmospheric Environment, 2003, 37(5), 721-729.

81. S. Hou, V. Masson-Delmotte, D. Qin, J. Jouzel. Modern precipitation stable isotope vs. elevation gradients in the High Himalaya: Comment on “A new approach to stable isotope-based paleoaltimetry: implications for paleoaltimetry and paleohypsometry of the High Himalaya since the Late Miocene” by David B. Rowley, Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, Brian S. Currie [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 188 (2001) 253-268]. Earth Planetary Science Letters, 2003, 209(3-4), 395-399.

82. S. Hou, D. Qin, D. Zhang, J. Ren, S. Kang, P. A. Mayewski, C. P. Wake. Comparison of two ice core chemical records recovered from the Mt. Qomolangma (Everest) region. Annals of Glaciology, 2002, 35, 266-272.

83. S. Hou, D Qin. The effect of post-depositional process on the chemical profiles of snow pits in the percolation zone. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 2002, 34 (2), 111-116.

84. S. Hou, D. Qin, T. Yao, D. Zhang, T. Chen. Recent change of the ice core accumulation rates on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2002, 47(20), 1746-1749.

85. D. Qin, S. Hou, D. Zhang, J. Ren, S. Kang, P. A. Mayewski, C. P. Wake. Preliminary results from the chemical records of an 80m ice core recovered from the East Rongbuk Glacier, Mt. Qomolangma (Everest). Annals of Glaciology, 2002, 35, 278-284.

86. S. Kang, P. A. Mayewski, D. Qin, Y. Yan, S. Hou, D. Zhang, J. Ren, K. Kruetz. Glaciochemical records from a Mt. Everest ice core: relationship to atmospheric circulation over Asia. Atmospheric Environment, 2002, 36(21), 3351-3361.

87. S. Kang, Paul A Mayewski, D. Qin, Y. Yan, S. Hou, D. Zhang. Twentieth century increase of atmospheric ammonia recorded in Mt. Everest ice core. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2002, 107(D21), ACL 13-1 to ACL 13-9.

88. X. Lee, D. Qin, S. Hou, J. Ren, K. Duan, H. Zhou. Changes in chemical and isotopic properties near infiltrated cracks in an ice core from Ürümqi glacier No.1, Tien Shan, China. Annals of Glaciology, 2002, 35, 162-166.

89. S. Hou, D. Qin, C. P. Wake, P. A. Mayewski, J. Ren, Q. Yang. Climatological significance of ice core net-accumulation record at Mt. Qomolangma (Everest). Chinese Science Bulletin, 2000, 45(3), 259-264.

90. S. Hou, D. Qin. Re-examination on the climatological significance of the ice core δ18O records from No. 1 glacier at the head of Ürümqi River. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 2000, 19(3), 233-237.

91. D. Qin, Paul A. Mayewski, Cameron P. Wake, S. Kang, J. Ren, S. Hou. Evidence for recent climate change from ice cores in the central Himalaya. Annals of Glaciology, 2000, 31, 153-158.

92. S. Hou, D. Qin, P. A. Mayewski, Q. Yang, J. Ren, Z. Li, C. Xiao. Climatological significance of δ18O in precipitation and ice core: A case study at the head of the Urumqi River, Tien Shan, China. Journal of Glaciology, 1999, 45(151), 517-523.

93. S. Hou, D. Qin, C. P. Wake, P. A. Mayewski. Abrupt decrease in recent snow accumulation at Mt. Qomolangma (Everest), Himalayas. Journal of Glaciology, 1999, 45(151), 585-586.

94. S. Hou, D. Qin, J. Ren. Different post-depositional processes of NO3- in snow layer in East Antarctica and on the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Annals of Glaciology, 1999, 29, 73-76.

95. D. Qin, P.A. Mayewski, W. B. Lyons, J. Sun, S. Hou. Lead pollution in Antarctica surface snow revealed along the route of the International trans-Antarctic Expedition (ITAE). Annals of Glaciology, 1999, 29, 94-98.

96. C. Huang, Z. Li, S. Hou, J. Pu. Effects of ion elution on formation of ice core record. Chinese Science Bulletin, 1997, 42(3), 236-239.

 
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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof. Chang-Qing KE
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Department of Geographic Information Science
Email: kecq@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

Remote Sensing of Hydrology & water resource,  cryosphere (snow, glacier and sea ice)

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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof. Huayu LU
Title: Professor
Affiliation: The MOE Key Laboratory of Coast and Island Development, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences
Email: huayulu@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:

 Climatic and environmental changes at 100-106 year timescales; Surface process of loess deposit and deserts; Land-sea interaction; Hominid environment and the dating.

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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof.Yaping WANG
Title: Professor
Affiliation: The MOE Key Laboratory of Coast and Island Development, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences
Email: ypwang@nju.edu.cn
Research Interests:
Marine Sediment Dynamics (tidal flat and saltmarsh processes; coastal and continental shelf sediment transport); Benthic Boundary Layer Processes (wave-current interaction; sediment resuspension; hydrodynamic and turbulence measurements); Estuarine and Coastal Morphodynamics
 
 
 
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School of Geographic & Oceanographic Sciences

Name: Prof.Jie ZHANG
Title: Professor, Head of the University Institute for Tourism Research
Affiliation: School of Geography
Email: jiezhangnju@sina.com
Research Interests:

 

Tourism geography and tourism planning: tourism and place attachment, destination image, tourist satisfaction, tourist flow and tourist congestion monitoring. 

 

Natural and cultural heritages and landscape: Calligraphic landscape, soundscape and other multi-sensory scape, Outstanding Universal Value of Natural heritage and assessment

 

Karst geomorphology and biokarst

 

Aesthetics evaluation on  nature, landscape and calligraphy, as well as Cross-culture communication and national identity.

                            

Dr. Jie ZHANG, professor of geography and tourism, is acting as the Director of University Institute for Tourism Research, Nanjing University, China. Dr. Zhang has studied geomorphology and later transferred his interests into tourism and heritage research. Zhang was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China. He received his B. Sc and M. Sc in 1982, 1987 from Nanjing University. He was the joint-Ph.D. student in School of Geography, Oxford, U.K. in 1988-1989 by SBFS, and obtained doctoral degree from Nanjing University, China in 1990.

 

Zhang’s research interests include tourist and allied flows, regional impacts and tourism planning, Chinese cultural and art heritages, geomorphologic heritage and its evaluation, empiric aesthetics of calligraphic art, and tourism and the Internet, as well as cross-culture communication and national identity. 

 

Zhang is the author and co-author of more than 200 refereed papers published in scholarly journals or book chapters in the fields of geography and tourism either in Chinese and English, as well as in Japanese. According to Chinese academic searching website, CNKI (in 2014), the total number of citation of Zhang’s papers is more than 6000 times, and his H-index is 44and ranks 96-106 among all the academic authors in China. In 2014, Zhang was awarded by Chinese Geographical Society (CGS) as the National Outstanding Geographical Researcher, and the one of the winner of the Top Paper Contribution Author Award by Acta Geographica Sinica. Two of his paper was awarded as Most cited Paper Award by CGS. His research paper on calligraphic aesthetics and culture was awarded as various outstanding paper several times by national China Calligrapher’s Association, and still keep the top 1 position in the most cited author according to CNKI system.

 

Zhang’s finished research projects include five projects supported by the National Science Foundation of China, three by the National Ministry of Construction, one by the National Ministry of Education, four provincial tourism planning projects, and dozens of regional tourism master planning projects either invited by local governments or won by bidding, and also a research project supported by UESCO (2014) and a joint-research project supported by British Academy (2007). His last finished NSFC project was titled as “Calligraphy Landscapes in China: Processes of Geographical Differentiation and Sense of Place”. His newly approved NSFC project (2016-2019) is titled as “Natural soundscape: its type classification, spatial structure and resource evaluation model”.

 

Zhang’s awarded research projects include: Spatial connectivity of Chinese Internet (2nd Class Award of Outstanding Youth Geographical Paper, Geographic Society of China, 1997 ), Tourist Flow to Chinese National Park (Best China paper Awards by APTA, 1999), National Pilot Evaluation System for Historic Township (3rd Class Provincial Scientific Progress Awards of Jiangsu, 2007), National Pilot Guidelines for Conservation Planning of Historic Township and Village (3rd-Class Provincial Soft Science Awards), Town Planning projects with 2nd class Municipal Awards of Best Tourism Planning of Nanjing (2005), and three 1st Class Awards of the Outstanding Tourism Planning of Jiangsu Province, as well as many outstanding paper awards by various academic organizations. Zhang is also active in public service and popularization of geography and traditional Chinese culture. 

 

Zhang’s research and practice in art include traditional Chinese landscape painting, Chinese calligraphy (Seal script, Oracle inscription script, Standard script), Seal engraving, traditional poem and couplet, and music of traditional Chinese vertical flute.

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

1. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

1. 2013-: Chairman, Commision of Tourism Geography, Geographical Society of China

2. 2012: Vice Chairman, National Consultative Committee for Tourism Education, National Ministry of Education, P.R. of China

3. 2008-2016: Commission Board Member, Commission of the Geography of Tourism, Leisure and Global Changes, International Geographical Union

4. 2012-2016: Vice Chairman, International Tourism Study Association

5. 2008-: Vice Chairman, Commission of Speleology, Geological Society of China

6. 2007-: Member, Karst Commision, Geological Society of China

7. 2006-: Formal Member of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics

8. 2010-: Member of the International Association of Aesthetics

9. 2010: Member, National Association of Calligrapher of China

 

2. EDITORSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

1. 2014: Member of the editorial board, Progress in Chinese Geographical Science (Chinese)

2. 2012-  Member of the editorial board, Tourism Geographies (United State)

3. 2004-: Member of the editorial board of Carsologica Sinica (Chinese)

 

3. TEACHING COURSES

Courses for Undergraduates

Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology, 1983-1984

Regional analysis on Tourism Economics, 1994-1998

Aesthetics in Tourism:1993-1999,

Finance of Real Property:1994-1998

Introduction to tourism,1999- till present.

Geography of leisure and tourism:1999-till present

Globalization and Chinese tourism, University Freshman Seminar, 2008-

Courses for postgraduate for Master degree:

Issues on Human Geography, 2008-

Issues on tourism and leisure research: 1996.9-

Course for Ph. D candidate

Progress in Human Geography

 

4. PUBLICATIONS 

Book Contributions

1. Zhang J. Tourism Landscape. In Jafar Jafari, Honggen Xiao [Eds.]: Encyclopedia of Tourism. Wiener, New York and London: Springer. 2015 (in press)

2. Gao S Zhang J. A Contemporary introduction to Geomorphology. Beijing: China High Education Press. 2005.

Selected Conference Presentations

1. Zhang J et al. Geographical analysis on urban tourist flow and congestion with big data in China. IGU regional conference 2015, Moscow, 17-21 Aug.2015

2. Zhang J. et al. Formation of large constructive waterfall by mixed corrosion. IGU regional conference 2015, Moscow, 17-21 Aug.2015

3. Zhang J. et al. Writings in city writing places – a Sina-Europe comparative research. 4ème colloque sino-européen « Épistémologie et recherche en tourisme », ANGERS,1er – 3 juillet 2015.

4. Zhang J et al. Listening to the Nature- natural soundscape, type and the related geographical background. National Conference of Geographic Society of China, Chengdu, Sept, 2015

5. Zhang J et al. Soundscape of a traditional Chinese Garden. In Global Tourism & Hospitality Conference And Asia Tourism Forum, by Taylor & Francis Group and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May, 2014

6. Zhang J et al. Tradition and history of the soundscape in Europe and China. Workshop on Multi-Sensory Landscape  Research,Xi’an Jiaotong & Liverpool University, SuZhou China July, 2014,

7. Zhang J et al. A geographical analysis on sonudscape architecture of traditional Chinese garden。IGU Regional Conference,Krakow, Poland. Aug. 2014,

8. Zhang J et al. Soundscape as human – nature relation. ITSA Biannual Conference, PertH Australia Nov.2014,

9. Zhang J et al. Constructing Mega-Cultural Industrial Chain of calligraphy based on Cultural Chain of Chinese calligraphy. First National Congress on Calligraphic cultural Industry. HangZhou China, May, 2014 (in Chinese)

10. Zhang J et al. Evolution and Social Change relating the Calligraphic landscape in Chinese tourism destination. The 1st National Symposium of Tourism Development and social Changes, Shanghai, China, July, 2014(in Chinese)

11. Zhang J et al. Cave tourism evolution revealed by calligraphic landscape. Aug. 2014, IGU Regional Conference,Krakow, Poland.

12. Zhang J et al. Tourist flow & congestion monitoring, Aug, 2014, Preconfernce Symposium of IGU,Pinie Mount. Poland

13. Zhang J et al. Tourism Impacts on World Heritage Sites and Local Community. UNESCO World Heritage Serial Forum:Tourism and Rural Soci-Economic Prosperity in World Heritage Sites, June 2014, Shilin, China

14. Zhang J et al. Analysis on Kyoto’s calligraphic landscape as tourist attractions:tradition, adoption, and modernity -with comparison to calligraphic landscape in Tokyo and Beijing. Tourism between Tradition and Modernity:Pre-Conference Meeting of International Geographical Union Regional Congress July 31-August 4, 2013, Beppu/Miyajima (Japan) 

15. Zhang J et al. Karst landforms as symbolic nature in Chinese traditional cultures. (sn: 00755) IGU 2013-Kyoto Regional Conference, Aug. 5-9. 2013, Kyoto.

16. Zhang J et al. From Landscape (landform) to Shan-shui image: Geomorphology, landscape painting, tourism interpretation and destination image. (会议编号00444) IGU 2013-Kyoto Regional Conference, Aug. 5-9. 2013,Kyoto.

17. ZHANG J et al. The acoustic mechanism, construction and outstanding universal value of Bayinjian, Jichangyuan Garden, China. International Conference on Tourism Landscapes and Tourism in Marginal Areas, Sep 20-22, 2013, Kanas, China

18. Zhang J et al. A Comparison of the Trait of Tourism flows before and after Natural Disaster-case of the tourist flow to Jiuzhaigou before and after 8.0Ms Wenchuan Earthquake, China. Transforming and Managing Destinations: Tourism and Leisure in a Time of Global Change and Risks Mannheim, Trier, Germany, Aug, 2012

19. ZHANG J et al. Writings as cultural symbols writing the place in China’s tourist destinations-cases of calligraphic landscape. The 32nd International Geographical Congress, Cologne, Germany, Aug. 2012 

20. Zhang J. A micromorphological approach to deterioration of speleothem of show cave. The 32nd International Geographical Congress, Cologne, Germany, Aug. 2012

 

Selected Refereed Papers

1. Zhang Y Zhang H Zhang J Cheng S. Predicting residents' pro-environmental behaviors at tourist sites: The role of awareness of disaster's consequences, values, and place attachment. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2014, 40:131-146 (SCI)

2. Sun J  Zhang J et al. Total Factor Productivity Assessment of Tourism Industry: Evidence from China. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 2014, online(SSCI)

3. Guo Y Zhang J  et al. Modeling the Fluctuation Patterns of Monthly Inbound Tourist Flows to China: A Complex Network Approach. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 2014, online(SSCI)

4. Zhang J et al. Chinese Calligraphy and Tourism: From Cultural Heritage to Landscape Symbol and Media of the Tourism Industry. Current Issues in Tourism, 2008, 11(6): 529-548. (SSCI)

5. Zhang J Huang ZM. A case study on aesthetic assessment of Chinese calligraphy with psychological experimental approach. International Journal of Psychology, 2004, 39(5-6, S): 499-499. (SSCI). 

6. Zhang J et al:Regional Differentiation of Chinese Tourism Web sites. In Frew A (ed): Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2004 (Springer Computer Sciences). Wien & New York:Springer. 391- 400. 

7. Zhang H  Zhang J et al. Role of Constraints in Chinese Calligraphic Landscape Experience: An Extension of a Leisure Constraints Model. Tourism Management, 2012, 33(6):1398–1407. (SSCI)

8. Zhou Q Zhang J. (Corresponding author), Edelheim, J. R. Rethinking Traditional Chinese Culture: A Consumer-based Model Regarding the Authenticity of Chinese Calligraphic Landscape. Tourism Management, 2013, 36(3):99-112. (SSCI)

9. Qi Q Yang Y  Zhang J. (Corresponding author). Attitudes and experiences of tourists on calligraphic landscapes: A Case study of Guilin, China. Landscape and Urban Planning, 2013, 113:128–138. (SSCI)

10. Zhang H Zhang J et al. Modeling hotel room price with geographically weighted regression. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2011. 30(4): 1036-1043. (SSCI)

11. Yang Y Fik T Zhang J. Modeling sequential tourist flows: where is the next destination? Annals of Tourism Research  2013, 43:297–320. 

12. Yang Y Wong K Zhang J. Determinants of Length of Stay for Domestic Tourists: Case Study of Yixing. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 2011, 16(6): 619-633. (SSCI)

13. Zhong S  Zhang J Li X. A Reformulated Directional Bias of Tourist Flow. Tourism Geographies, 2010, 12(4): 607-626. (SSCI)

14. Cheng S Xu F Zhang J Zhang Y. Tourists’ Attitudes Toward Tea Tourism: A Case Study in XinYang  China. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2010, 27(2):211-220. (SSCI)

15. Liu J Zhang J Wall G The Geographical Space of China’s Tourism Websites. Tourism Geographies, 2008, 10(1):66-80. (SSCI)

16. Zhang C  Zhang J. Analyzing Chinese citizens' intentions of outbound travel: A machine learning Approach. Current Issues in Tourism, 2013, . 

17. Cheng  S  Zhang J et al. Influence of tourists’ environmental tropisms on their attitudes to tourism and nature conservation in natural tourist destinations: A case study of Jiuzhaigou National Park in China. Chinese Geographical Science, 2011, 21(3): 377-384. (SCI-E)

18. Liu FJ  Zhang JH  Zhang J. Roles and functions of tourism destinations in tourism region of south Anhui: A tourist flow network perspective. Chinese Geographical Science, 2012, 22(6): 755-764. (SCI-E)

19. Dong X Zhang J et al. Measuring recreational value of world heritage sites based on contingent valuation method: A case study of Jiuzhaigou. Chinese Geographical Science, 2011, 21(1):119-128. (SCI-E)

20. Zhong J  Zhang J  Li D H. Nodes and field of tourist origins to ancient village - A case study of Huangcheng Village in Shanxi Province of China. Chinese Geographical Science, 2007, 17(3):280-287. (SCI-E)

21. Shi C Y  Zhang J  Yang Y. Shift-share analysis on international tourism competitiveness - A case of Jiangsu Province. Chinese Geographical Science, 2007, 17(2): 173-178. (SCI-E)

22. Li Y B  Zhang J  Chen Y J. Image of Landscapes in Ancient Water Towns-Case Study on Zhouzhuang and Tongli of Jiangsu Province. Chinese Geographical Science, 2006, 16(4): 371-377. (SCI-E)

23. WANG FB, LI SF SHEN XH ZHANG J: FORMATION, EVOLUTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES OF THE GYIRONG BASIN AND UPLIFT OF THE HIMALAYA, SCIENCE IN CHINA(Series D), 1996, 39(4): 401-409 (SCI)

24. Mao D Q  Zhang J; Bao H S. Correspondence analysis on images of Jiangxi Province as a tourist destination. Chinese Geographical Science, 2005, 15(3): 275-280. (SCI-E)

25. Tian Y P, Zhang J  Song L H  Bao H S. The role of aerial algae in formation of the landscape of the Yunnan Stone Forest, Yunnan Province, China. Science in China Ser. D Earth Sciences, 2004, 47(9): 846-864 (SCI)

26. Zhang J  Zhong S , Lu,SJ.  The generality and diverse gambling in the tourism planning---a few thinking in the countryside tourism planning. Tourism Tribune,2014,29(06):10-11(in chinese)

27. Zhang J Cheung XH. High Pitch Hole Fingering and cultural exploration of traditional Chinese vertical bamboo flute. Journal of Aesthetic Education, ,2011,2(4):85-92 (In Chinese)

28. Li Y Zhang J Liu ZH Wu JL Xiong J. The structure relationship of The resident's perception  of destination  -- a case of world nature heritage. Geographic science progress, 2014, 33(4):584-592) (in Chinese)

29. Zhang J  Guo Y. From the academic system establishing to discipline knowledge outlet. Tourism Tribune,,2014, 29(6):127-128(in Chinese)

30. Chen X Zhang J et al. Research on Natural disaster sites based black tourist visitors motivation  - Wenchuan earthquake in Beichuan Ruins Park as an example. Geographic science progress. 2014, 33(07):979-989 (in Chinese)

31. Zhang  J Lu SJ Du GQ . Research and compare different cultural identities between Chinese and Japanese calligraphy urban tourism landscape spatial neighborhoods - Nanjing Xin Jie Kou, Liulichang Beijing, Wangfujing and Tokyo Ginza, Shinjuku, Sensoji Temple, as example, Geographic science, 2014, 34(7):831-839. (in Chinese)

32. Guo Y Zhang  J et al. Tourists recovery environment perception and perceptual differences between the structure of the model.Tourism Tribune,2014, 29(02): 93-102.

33. Tang HJ Zhang J et al. Influence of May 12 Earthquake on the Tourism Development Characteristics of Sichuan Province. Economic Geography, 2013,33(3): 180-186. (in Chinese)

34. Xiao X Zhang J et al. Assessing recreational value of place attachment based on ITCM:A case study in Jiuzhaigou Scenic AreaGeography Research   2013, 32(03): 570-579.

35. Zhou QL Zhang J Prospect on information geography in the era of Internet of Things. Geography Research 2013, 32(8): 1508-1516. 

36. Dong, XW, Zhang   J Liu CH et al:Bias Analysis and Reliability and Validity Test in Contingent Valuation Method:A Case Study of Assessment of Jiuzhaigou's Recreational Value. Acta Geographica Sinica,2011,66(2):267-278 .(In Chinese with English summary)

37. Zhang J: Evolution of the concept of space: Physical, geographical or spiritual? –Mechanism of the historical evolution and the modern transformation of the concept of Space. In Tao DF(ed): Cultural Studies (Vol. 10). Beijing: China Social Science Documentary Press. 2010:pp68-84。(In Chinese)

38. Zhang J:  Evolution of cave tourism revealed by statistic of cave calligraphic landscape of inscriptions. Human Geography, 2010, 25(06): 98-103.(in Chinese)

39. Zhang J: Tales of Calligraphy, succeed of local cultural context and the production of space with calligraphic landscape. In Tao DF(ed): Cultural Studies (Vol. 10). Beijing: China Social Science Documentary Press. 2010:pp245-260 (In Chinese)

40. Cheng S Xu FF Zhang J et al. (2010). Tourists' Attitudes Toward Tea Tourism: A Case Study in XinYang China. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 27(2), 211-220.

41. Cheng S Zhang J et al. Study on CTW's Distribution and Online Marketing Effects. Journal of China Tourism Research 2010, 6:307–321.

42. Cheng S Zhang   J Zhu, Z & Xu, F. (2010). On Internationally Marketing Jiuzhaigou National Park After Wenchuan Earthquake. Journal of China Tourism Research 6(3), 310-324.

43. Liu F Zhang J et al. (2010). Geostatistical analysis of China inbound tourism spatial distribution structure. In Geoinformatics, 2010 18th International Conference on (pp. 1-4). IEEE. (EI-index).

44. Chen SW Zhang J et al:Effect of residents' tourism development expectation and tourism impacts perception on their attitude towards tourism in natural tourist destination:A comparative study between China's Jiuzhaigou and the UK's New Forest National Parks. Geographical Research 2010, 29(12):2179—2188.(In Chinese)

45. Liu FJ Zhang J et al:The Characteristics and Dynamical Factors of Chinese Inbound Tourist Flow Network. Acta Geographica Sinica,2010,65(8):1013-1024.(In Chinese)

46. Liu FJ Zhang J et al:Roles and functions of provincial destinations in Chinese inbound tourist flow network. Geographical Research2010,29(6):1141-1152.(In Chinese)

47. Liu ZH Zhang   J Wu XG, et al:A Comparative Study on Impact of Tourist Flows in Special-Term on Regional Tourism Structure—As Illustrated by Tourist Flows of Beijing, Huangshan and Xi'an in Golden Weeks. Human Geography, 2010, 25(1):129-133.(In Chinese)

48. Wang, L, Zhang   J Cao, J et al:A Study on the Evaluation of the Accessibility of a Tourist Destination from the Perspectives of Tourists' Perception——A Case Study of Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve. Human Geography, 2010 , 25(2):144-148.(In Chinese)

49. Wu TH Zhang J Li WJ:The Impact of Regional Cultural Differences on Tourists' Perception of Tourism Destination Image. Tourism Tribune, 2010, 28(6):66-72.(In Chinese)

50. Zhong SE Zhang J Han GS, et al:Spatial Patterns of Tourist Flow: Problems and Prospects. Human Geography,2010,25(2):31-36.(In Chinese)

51. Zhong SE  Zhang J et al:On the Progress of Foreign Study on Tourism in Peripheral Areas and Its Enlightenment to China. Tourism Tribune, 2010, 28(8):81-88.(In Chinese)

52. ZHANG J et al: Spatial differentiation and transformation of urban calligraphic landscapes in China and globalization. In ZHOU JY(ed): Urban culture and Humanistic perspective (ISBN978-962-441-580-3). Hong Kong: Asia-Pacific Institute of Hong Kong Chinese University.27-38. (In Chinese)

53. Zhang J Huang ZM. Public aesthetics assessment on Official Script of Han Dynasty Tablet Inscription and its implication in modern creation of calligraphic artwork. In Chinese National Association of Calligrapher (ed): Proceedings of 2nd National Forum of Official Script Calligraphy. Beijing: Chinese National Union of Artist and Literature Press. 2009: p214-231(In Chinese)

54. Zhang J. Landscape traits and exploration of living space of modern calligraphic inscription artworks. In Chinese National Association of Calligrapher (ed): Proceedings of 3rd National Forum of modern calligraphic inscription artworks. Beijing: Chinese National Union of Artist and Literature Press. 2009: p37-44 (In Chinese)

55. Xu ZX Zhang J Geoffrey Wall, et al:Research on Influence of Residents' Place Attachment on Positive Attitude to Tourism with A Mediator of Development Expectation: A Case of Core Tourism Community in Jiuzhaigou. Acta Geographica Sinica,2009,64(6):736-744.(In Chinese)

56. Yang XZ Zhang J Wu TH:Social Network Structure and Cooperation Model of Cross-border Tourism Region: A Case Study of Tiantangzhai in DabiesHanActa Geographica Sinica,2009,64(8):978-988.(In Chinese)

57. Lu ,S, Zhang   J Su ,Q:The Temporally Comparative Study of Residents' Perceptions and Attitudes in Ancient Villages: A case Study of Xidi Village,one of the world cultural heritage sites,Geographical Research2009,28(2):536-548.(In Chinese)

58. Zhong SE Zhang J Zhou Q et al:Spatial concentration of domestic tourist flow of Chinese rural residents,Geographical Research2009,28(6):1562-1571.(In Chinese)

59. Tian CJ Zhang J et al:Spatial Behavior Characteristics of Urban Plaza Users——A Case Study of Taihui Lake Plaza,Wuxi City,Human Geography,2009,107(3):49-53.(In Chinese)

60. Zhong SE Zhang J et al:A study of the provincial emissiveness in china based on the socio-economic properties——with contrast between china and other countries, Economic Geography,2009,29(1):153-159.(In Chinese)

61. Wu TH Zhang J  et al:On the Relationship between Tourism Destination Attributes and Tourists' Perceived Attitude, Post-purchase Behavior——A Case of Jiuzhaigou Landscape Area, Tourism Tribune,2009,24(5):36-42.(In Chinese)

62. Jiang ZJ Zhang J et al:A Study Review of Cognitive Maps of Tourists, Tourism Tribune,2009,24(1):77-85.(In Chinese)

63. Chen SW, Zhang J  et al:Study on the Spatial Disturibution and Dynamic Mechanism of China's Tourism Websites,2009,24(2):75-80.(In Chinese)

64. Qi ,QY, Zhang J Yang ,Y, et al:On Environmental Attitudes and Behavior Intention of Tourists in Natural Heritage Site——A Case Study of Jiuzhaigou, Tourism Tribune,2009,24(11):41-46.(In Chinese)

65. Li DH Zhang J:Progress and prospect about domestic research on spatial differentiation of tourism phenomena,Human Geography,2009,24(5):96-100,70.(In Chinese)

66. Lu ,S, Zhang   JLi ,DH et al:Comparison of Resort Residents' Perceptions and Attitudes: Case Studies in Xidi Village and Jiuzhaigou,Acta Geographica Sinica,2008,63(6):646-656.(In Chinese)

67. ZhangJH Zhang J Wang Q.Measuring the ecological security of tourist destination: Methodology and a case study of Jiuzhaigou,Geographical Research, 2008, 27(2):449-458.(In Chinese)

68. Tang WY Zhang J Luo H Lu S Yang XZ:Relationship between the Place Attachment of Ancient Village Residents and Their Attitude towards Resource Protection,Tourism Tribune,2008,23(10):87-92.(In Chinese)

69. Yang XZ, Zhang   J Tang WY Lu S: Relationship between the Place Attachment of Ancient Village Residents and Their Attitude towards Resource Protection——A Case Study of Xidi,Hongcun and Nanping Villages,Acta Geographica Sinica, 2008,28(3):445-451.(In Chinese)

70. Zhang HL, Zhang   J Cao Jet al:A Study on Random Coefficient Logit Model about Tourists' Destination Choice Based on Their Travel Motivation,Tourism Tribune,2008,23(6):43-47.(In Chinese)

71. Li DH Zhang   J Zhang SZ,Fang C:Study on spatial differentiation of residents'perceptions and attitudes to tourism impacts:A case study of Huangshan Scenic Area,Geographical Research2008,27(4):963-972.(In Chinese)

72. Wu TH Zhang   J Yang XZ,et al:Perceptive difference of tourism destination image along with time:A case study of Tiantangzhai scenic spot,Anhui Province,Geographical Research ,2008,27(5):1078-1086.(In Chinese)

73. Yang Y, Zhang   J Zhao NX:A Study on Tourists' Traveling Experience in Tourist Destinations and Revisit Intention——A Case Study of Yixing,Tourism Tribune,2008,23(5):42-48.(In Chinese)

74. Shi CY Zhang   J You HH:Structural Equation Model for tourism destination competitiveness from tourists' perception perspectives,Geographical Research2008,27(3):703-714.(In Chinese)

75. Li DH Zhang   J Zhao YZ,Shi CY:Spatial Differentiation of Tourism Impact Based on Residents' Perception and Attitude——A Case Study of Sanhe Town, Anhui Province of China, Scientia Geographica Sinica,2007,27(4):602-608.(In Chinese)

76. Yang GL, Zhang   J ,Liu B,et al:Zipf Structure Development of Tourist Flow Based on the Distribution of Scenic Spots of Sichuan Province,Tourism Tribune,2007,22(8):17-23.(In Chinese)

77. Zhong J Zhang J Li DH et al:A comparative research on seasonality characteristics of tourist flows to the historic culture village(town)——Examples of Xidi and Zhouzhuang,Human Geography,2007,96(4):68-71.(In Chinese)

78. Shi CY Zhang J You H et al:Core-periphery Spatial Structure and Its Evolution of Tourism Region in Sichuan Province. Acta Geographica Sinica,2007,62(6):631-639.(In Chinese)

79. Yang GL Zhang J Ai NS Liu B:Zipf Structure and Difference Degree of Tourist Flow Size System:A Case Study of Sichuan Province, Acta Geographica Sinica, 2006,61(12):1281-1289.(In Chinese)

80. Shi CY Zhang   JYou HH et al:Spatial Disparities of Latent Emissiveness of Urban Residents in China, Scientia Geographica Sinica,2006,26(5):622-628. (In Chinese)

81. Shi CY Zhang J Shen ZP et al:An overview of quantitive evaluation of the tourist destination competitiveness, Human Geography,2006,3:72-77. (In Chinese)

82. Zhang JH Zhang J Li N et al:An analysis on spatial field effect of domestic tourist flows in China. Geographical Research. 24(2):292-303. (In Chinese)

83. Zhang JH Zhang J:Tourism Ecological Footprint Model and Analysis of Huangshan City in 2002. Acta Geographica Sinica.59(5):763-771. (In Chinese)

84. Zhang J Liu ZH:On Types of the Spacial Distribution of Chinese Tourist Website. Scientia Geographica Sinica.24(4):493-499.(In Chinese)

85. Zhang J et al:Information technology and travel tourism research. Tourism Tribune,19(3):93-94.(In Chinese) 

86. Huang T Zhang J et al:On spatial organization of tourism destination system with special referrence to regional urban system. Human Geography.2003,18(2):49-54. (In Chinese)

87. Zhang J et al : The Travel Patterns and Travel Distance of Tourists to National parks in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. 1999, 4(2): 27-34

88. Zhang J Zhou YK Du JK et al:Spatial Structure of Tourist Source Areas for the Naturally Scenic Sightseeing Places. Acta Geographica Sinica, 1999, 54(4):357-364.1/5. (In Chinese)

89. Zhang J Zhou YK Du JK, et al:A Comparison Approach to Temporal Characteristics of Tourist Flows to Sightseeing Destinations. Scientia Geographica Sinica, 1999, 19(1):49-54. (In Chinese)

90. Zhang  J et al:Urban Leisure Industry of its Sustainable Development. Journal of Nanjing University (philosophy and social science),1998,2:171-178,1/3.(In Chinese) 

91. Zhang J et al:Quantitative Evaluation of Tourist Resources of Regional Folklore .Human Geography,13(1):59-62.1/1. (In Chinese)

92. Zhang J et al:A Geographical Approach to a Descriptive Evaluation of Tourist Values and Resources of Regional Folklore. Human Geography,12(3):20-24.(In Chinese) 

93. Qin Z Zhang   J:Soil Loss and Karst Desertification Control in the Beipanjiang Basin. Carsologica Sinica.24(1):51-55. (IN CHINESE)

94. Tian YP Zhang J Song LH Bao HS: A Study on Aerial Algae Communities on the Surface of Carbonate Rock of the Yunnan Stone Forest . Carsologica Sinica, 22(3):203-211 . (In Chinese)

95. Tian YP Zhang J Song LH  Bao HS:A Study on Aerial Algae Communities on the Surface of Carbonate Rock of the Yunnan Stone forest. Phytoecologica Sinica,2002,22(11):1793~1802.(In Chinese) 

96. Zhang J Du JK Li S:On Bio-effects on Karst Landscape in Jiuzhaigou Conservation,Sichuan Province, China - with Special Reference to a Micromorphological Approach. Journal of Chinese Geography. 7(3):1-15.(In Chinese)

97. Zhang J et al:On Bacterial and Fungal Effects on Karst Process and its Application. Carsologica Sinica,16(4):362-369. (In Chinese)

98. Zhang J Wang FB, Li SF, et al:Wind-oriented Solutional Micro-karrens on Limestone Surface in Alpine & Arid Regions in Tibet and the Neighbouring Areas, China. Journal of Naijing University (natural sciences),31(2):290-300. (In Chinese)

99. Zhang J Li SF:A Study on Micro-erosion of the Stone Sculptures of the Liang Dynasty (522-526 AD) in Nanjing. Acta Geographica Sinica, Geographica Sinica,49(5):418-428. (In Chinese)

100. Zhang J:On lichen karst erosion -a micromorphological approach. Acta Geographica Sinica,48(5):437-446. (In Chinese)

101. Zhang J:Micro-morphological Approach to Algal Effects on Karst Erosion. Acta Geographica Sinica,48(3):236-243. (In Chinese) 

102. Zhang J:Observation on Algal Effects on Subaerial Karst Sedimentation. Geographical Research11(2):26-33. (In Chinese)

103. Zhang J Li SF Chen SF:Observation on lichen pin-pricks on limestone from nw sichuan, China and Postojna and Plitvice, Yugoslavia. Carsologica Sinica, 1991, 10(2):151-161.(In Chinese) 

104. Zhang J Lu SJ Jiang ZJ. Public perception of geographic landscape features of Chinese calligraphy – Dimension of calligraphy landscape perception. Acta Geographica Sinica, 2012, 67(2): 230-238. (In Chinese)

105. Zhang J Zhang H Tang WY. Spatial differentiation of Chinese urban calligraphic landscape and its significance as sense of place. Acta Geographica Sinica, 2012, 67(12): 1675-1685. (In Chinese)

106. Zhang H Zhang J. Factors limiting the experience of Chinese traditional cultural landscape - the landscape, for example calligraphy,Tourism Tribune,2012,27(7):28-34. (In Chinese)

107. Xiao X Zhang J  Lu J. Degree of residents agreement of Zunyi tourism commercial street in red calligraphy landscape.Progress in Geography, 2012,58(08):1080-1086. (In Chinese)

108. Xiao,X Zhang  J Sun SQ. The factor of Calligraphy Landscape tourists'  Sense of Place - A Case Study of Shaanxi Hanzhong Shimen. Human Geography, 2012, 27(6): 130-136. (In Chinese)

109. Zhang J:On establishment of an objective model of calligraphy critique. Journal of Southeast University(Philosophy and Social Science Edition). 2005, 6(6):78-82. (In Chinese)

110. Zhang J:Research on Oracle Bone Inscription and Landscape of Yin Dynasty. Human Geography, 2004,19(1):47-51.(In Chinese) 

111. Zhang J: Geographical Research on Chinese Calligraphy with Special Reference to Man and Land Relationship. Human Geography,18(6):1-6(In Chinese)

112. Zhang J Xu YX Zhou YK:The Chaotic Problems in calligraphy research with Chaotic theory. Chinese Calligraphy, 2002,,112(8):61-63. (In Chinese)

 

5. Social activities, public service and popularization of geography and traditional Chinese culture

In recent years, Zhang took part in many important social activities and the popularization of the geography and traditional Chinese culture in mainland of China, Hong Kong, U.K United State of America and Japan.

1. Travel in Nanjing and the related historic geography. Civil Lecture of Nanjing Municipal Hall, and broadcasted in 10 episodes by Nanjing Broadcasting Radio Station:. June, 2014

2. In 2011 Zhang was invited by the central government of China as consultant experts member of the “Academician and Scientific experts Consulting Group organized by Central Government”, assigned to visit Shan’xi Province, and presented a consultant lecture on  Regional tourism planning for Yanan Municipal Government

3. Civil Lecture in Hall of the Nanjing Civil Library: Discovering the miracle of natural wonder of Jiuzhaigou, world heritage site. Jan, 2012 

4. Civil Lecture in Hall of the Nanjing Civil Library: Local cultural context and legend of Calligraphy in Nanjing City. Sept 2010

5. Calligraphic landscape and tourism in China. Invited Lecture in Bournemouth University, U.K.; May, 2007

6. Calligraphic landscape in China. Invited  Lecture University of South Carolina, Oct 2008。

7. Calligraphic landscape in China and Japan. Invited lecture in Rekyu (St. Paul’s) University, Tokyo, Mar, 2010

8. Natural he !E pe in Huangshan. Consultant lecture to Local Authority and Management Committee of HuangsHan a World heritage site, Nov, 2012

9. Donated a self-compiled and written calligraphic couplet art works on behalf of Chinese Geographical Society to the local government of Kanas, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Sept, 2013. The couplet is in seal script, and connotes of local place names and geographic knowledge with traditional style.

10. Donated a self-compiled and written calligraphic couplet art works on behalf of Chinese Geographical Society and UNESCO to the local government of Sanqinshan National Park, Jiangxi, a world heritagesite. The couplet is in seal script, and connotes of local place names and geographic knowledge with traditional style.(see Photo) 

 

 

6. ART PRACTICE AND RESEARCH

Zhang’s research and practice in art include traditional Chinese landscape painting, Chinese calligraphy (Seal script, Oracle inscription script, standard script), Seal engraving, traditional poem and couplet, and music of traditional Chinese vertical flute. Zhang is also acting as the executive head of the University Research Centre of Oriental Calligraphy and Painting, Nanjing University. He wrote poems in traditional Chinese poem style and published some on newspapers like People’s Daily (overseas edition) etc. Zhang reported a hole-fingering model in high pitch for Xiao (a traditional Chinese musical instrument, the bamboo vertical flute). Zhang has published many papers either in Chinese and English on aesthetics research on calligraphy, won several academic awards of outstanding calligraphic research paper from national Chinese Calligrapher’s Association. Zhang developed the evolutionary model of natural image and calligraphic aesthetic.

Table. Zhang’s artistic works of paintings, seal engraving.

 

 

 
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