Xiongqing Zhang  

                             

Date of Birth: 5th July, 1985              Major: Forest biometrics

E-mail: xqzhang85@yahoo.com

Address: Research Institute of Forest Resource Information Techniques,

            Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing, China. 100091     

 

Education:

 

2011.09-2011.12: Visiting sholar in Institute of Environment Science, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada.

2007.09-2012.07: I cumulatively took my master’s and doctoral program for forest biometrics in Research Insititute of Forest Resource Information Techques, Chinese Academy of Forestry

2003.09-2007.06: Bachelor of Forestry in Central South University of Forestry

and Technology (CSUFT).

 

Field work:

 

2009.03-2009.04: Field forest sample survey on tropical forest for close-to-nature forest management in Hainan Province.

2008.08-2008.09: Field forest sample survey on tree growth and yield, spatial structure, regeneration and soil carbon in Wangqing forestry bureau, Jilin Province.

2005.05-2005.06: Field forest sample survey on tree growth and yield, soil survey in Daweishan mountains, Hunan Province.

 

Participated in Research project:

 

l  Natural forest protection and sustainable management in northeast of China, National Key Technology R&D Program in the 11th Five year Plan of china.

l  Monitoring Technology of Forest Resource, National Key Technology R&D Program in the 11th Five year Plan of china (2006BAD23B02)

l  Data analysis of Close-to-nature forest data and decision-making analysis, Project of Chinese Academy of forestry (IFRIT200901).

l  Relationships between on forest fire and snow based on data mining in Qiannan, Guizhou Province, Project of Chinese Academy of forestry (IFRIT200804).

 

Publications:

1) Zhang, X., Lei, Y., and Cao, Q.V. 2010. Compatibility of stand basal area predictions based on forecast combination. Forest Science, 56(6): 552-557.

2) Zhang, X., Lei, Y., Cao, Q.V., et al., 2011. Improving tree survival prediction with forecast combination and disaggregation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 41: 1928-1935.

3) Zhang, X., and Lei, Y. 2010. A linkage among whole-stand model, individual tree model and diameter-distribution model. Journal of Forest Science, 56(12): 600-608.

4) Zhang, X., and Lei, Y. 2009. Studies on diameter distribution of Oak Plants in Beijing. Journal Northwest Forestry University. 24(6): 1-5. [In Chinese].

5) Zhang, X., and Lei, Y. 2009. Comparison of annual individual-tree growth models based on variable rate and constant rate method. Forest Research. 6: 824-828. [In Chinese].

6) Zhang, X., Lei, Y., Chen, X., and Wang, J. 2010. Prediction of stand basal area with forecast combination. Journal of Beijing Forestry University. 32(4): 6-11. [In Chinese].

7) Zhang, X., and Lei, Y. Annual whole-stand growth prediction model based on periodic inventory data. Journal of Central South University & Technology. 30(4): 69-74.[In Chinese].

8) Zhang, X., and Lei, Y. 2010. Comparison of weight computation in stand basal area combined model. Scientia Silvae Sinicae. 47(7): 36-41. [In Chinese].

9) Liu, X., Lu, Y., Zhou, Y., Lei, X., Zhang, X., et al., 2011. The influence of soil conditions on regeneration establishment for degraded secondary forest restoration, Southern China. Forest Ecology and Management, 261(11): 1771-1780.

10) Xiao Y., Ju H., Zhang X., Ji P. 2011. The Relationship between Fire-danger Weather and Forest Fire in Qiannan Area. Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 47(10): 128-133. [In Chinese].

11)Chen X., Lei Y., Zhang X. Effects of sample size on accuracy and stability of Maximum Entropy model in predicting species distribution. Scientia Silvae Sinicae. In press. [In Chinese].

 

Honors and Awards:

 

2009: Excellent student of CAF.

2007: Excellent Graduate of CSUFT.

2005, 2006: Excellent Students of CSUFT.

2004-2007: Scholarship of Forestry.

 

Statistic Software

Use SAS and R statistic software to work.