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Name: ZHU A-Xing¡¡
Current Appointment: Professor
Education:
1989-1994¡¡Ph.D. (Geography), University of Toronto
1985-1987¡¡M.Sc. (Geography), University of Calgary.
1979-1983¡¡B.Sc. (Geography), Beijing Normal University, Beijing,¡¡P. R. C.
Areas of Specialization:
GIS/RS techniques, artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, and their application in natural resource management and environmental modeling.
Academic Awards£º
2003 Recipient of the ¡°One Hundred Talents¡± Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
1997 The ASPRS Intergraph Award for best scientific paper in spatial data standards.
Society Appointments:
2005-present, Chair of Sponsored Project Committee, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, 2005.
Editorial board member for Progress in Geographic Science
Representative Publications:
1. A.X. Zhu, T. Pei, J.P. Qiao, Y.B. Chen, C.H. Zhou, Q.G. Cai, 2006. ¡°A knowledge-based approach to landslide susceptibility assessment¡±, Progress in Geographic Science (Chinese), Vol. 25£¨4£©£º1-12.
2. M. Smith, A.X. Zhu*, J.E. Burt, C. Stiles, 2006, ¡°Effects of DEM resolution and neighborhood size on soil survey¡±, Geoderma, 137, pp. 58-69
3. A.X. Zhu, B. Hudson, J. E. Burt, and K. Lubich, 2001. ¡°Soil mapping using GIS, expert knowledge and fuzzy logic¡±, Soil Science Society of America Journal, Vol. 65, pp. 1463-1472.
4. A.X. Zhu and D.S, Mackay£¬2001. ¡°Effects of spatial detail of soil information on watershed modeling¡±, Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 248, pp. 54-77.
5. A.X. Zhu, 1997. ¡°Measuring uncertainty in class assignment for natural resource maps using a similarity model¡±. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, Vol. 63, pp. 1195-1202.
6. A.X. Zhu, 1997. ¡°A similarity model for representing soil spatial information¡±.¡¡Geoderma,¡¡Vol. 77, pp. 217-242.
Major Research Projects:
1. Quantification of detail geographic gradation using GIS/RS, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and fuzzy logic approaches
2. Development of GIS and quantitative modeling techniques for land use scenario analysis
3. Parameterization for hydro-ecological modeling using GIS/RS and fine grid analysis
4. Development of predictive approaches for mapping natural resources and natural hazards
Office Address:
Room 1313, Building No. 1
11A Da Tun Road
An Wai, Beijing 100101
People¡¯s Republic of China
Tel:¡¡¡¡86-10-6488-8961
Fax:¡¡¡¡86-10-6488-9630
Email: axing@lreis.ac.cn;¡¡zhuax@lreis.ac.cn

2007 Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS.