Prof. Wang Lei

Name: Wang, Lei

Highest Education: Ph.D.

Office: Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China

Phone: 010-8409 7107

Zip Code: 100101

Fax: 010-8409 7079


Education and Appointments:


2011.08.08~now:  Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.  

2010.12.01~2011.08.05: Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering /Earth Observation Data Integration & Fusion Research Initiative, The University of Tokyo. 

2010.04~2010.11:  Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering /Earth Observation Data Integration & Fusion Research Initiative, The University of Tokyo. 

2008.04~2010.03:  Postdoc Researcher, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Tokyo. 

2007.10~2008.03: Postdoc Researcher, Japan Science and Technology Agency.


Ph.D., Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 2007. 

M.S., Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2004. 

B.S., Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2002. 

Research Interest:

Distributed land surface hydrological modeling (including the cold region hydrological processes)

 Integrated Water Resources Management (Flood prediction, drought monitoring and seasonal forecasts, reservoir optimization, etc.).

Public Services:

Reviewer for international journals: Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Journal of Hydrology, Remote Sensing of Environment, Nature Scientific Reports, Earth System Science Data, The Cryosphere, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Science of Total Environment, Earth and Space Science (AGU), International Journal of Climatology, Water Resources Management, Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, Biogeosciences, Atmosphere Research, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Science China (Earth Sciences), PLOSone. Journal of Mountain Science, Ecohydrology, Remote Sensing, Sensors, Water, etc.

Reviewer for National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), and so on

Organizers of the 11th Sino-German Frontiers of Science Symposium 2018; Organizers of the 12th Sino-German Frontiers of Science Symposium 2019

Council member, China Society of Cryospheric Science

Council member, Working Group of Hydrography, the Geophysical Society of China

Expert Committee member, Research Center of Water Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Editorial Member, the JICA special issue in Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan.

Topic Editor of special issul ----- "Climatic and Associated Cryospheric and Hydrospheric Changes on the Third Pole",  Frontiers in Earth Science.(Submission Deadlines : 10 January 2020 Abstract,  06 May 2020 Manuscript,


 (1)   Wang, L.*, H. Liu, X. Zhong, J. Zhou,L. Zhu, T. Yao, C. Xie, J. Ju, D. Chen, K. Yang, L. Zhao, S. Lu, S.Khanal, J. Jin, W. Liu, B. Liu, Y. Du, X. Yao, Y. Lei, G. Zhang, and S.Nepal (2022), Domino effect of a natural cascade alpine lake system on the Third Pole, PNAS-Nexus, (SCI)

(2)   Wang, L.*, L. Cuo, D. Luo, F. Su, Q.Ye, T. Yao, J. Zhou, X. Li, N. Li, H. Sun, L. Liu, Y. Wang, T. Zeng, Z.Hu, R. Liu, C. Chai, G. Wang, X. Zhong, X. Guo, H. Zhao, H. Zhao, and W.Yang (2022). Observing multi-sphere hydrological changes in the largest river basin of the Tibetan Plateau. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Published-online: 11 Apr 2022. (SCI).

(3)   Zhou, J.*, Wang, L.*, X. Zhong, T. Yao, J. Qi, Y. Wang, and Y. Xue (2022), Quantifying the major drivers for the expanding lakes in the interior Tibetan Plateau, Science Bulletin. (SCI)

(4)   An, B.*, W. Wang*, W. Yang*, G. Wu, Y. Guo, H. Zhu, Y. Gao, L. Bai, F. Zhang, C. Zeng, L. Wang, J. Zhou, X. Li, J. Li, Z. Zhao, Y. Chen, J. Liu, J. Li, Z. Wang, W. Chen, and T. Yao (2021),Process, mechanisms, and early warning of glacier collapse-inducedriver blocking disasters in the Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon,southeastern Tibetan Plateau, Science of the Total Environment. (SCI)

(5)   Wang, Y., Wang, L.*, J. Zhou, T. Yao, W. Yang, X. Zhong, R. Liu, Z. Hu, L. Luo, Q. Ye, N. Chen, and H. Ding (2021). Vanishing glaciers at southeast Tibetan Plateau have not offset the declining runoff at Yarlung Zangbo. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL094651. (SCI).

(6)   Xue, B., D. Helman, G. Wang*, C. Xu, J. Xiao, T. Liu, L. Wang, X. Li, L. Duan, H. Lei (2021), The low hydrologic resilience of Asian Water Tower basins to adverse climatic changes, Advances in Water Resources, 155, 103996. (SCI)

(7)   Y. Yin, D. Lin, L. Wang*, J. Wang* (2021), Mapping the Global-Scale Maize Drought Risk under Climate Change Based on the GEPIC-Vulnerability-Risk Model, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, DOI: 10.1007/s13753-021-00349-3. (SCI)

(8)   Wang, L*, Yao, TD, Chai, CH, Cuo, L, Su, FG, Zhang, F, Yao, ZJ, Zhang, YS, Li, XP, Qi, J, Hu, ZD, Liu, JS, and Wang, YW (2021). TP-River: Monitoring and quantifying total river runoff from the Third Pole, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 102(5), E948-E965. (SCI).

(9) Wang, L.*, C. Song, T. Conradt, M.Rasmy, X. Li, Editorial: Climatic and Associated Cryospheric andHydrospheric Changes on the Third Pole (2021), Frontiers in Earth Science. doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.638371 (SCI).

(10) Hu, B., L. Wang*, X. Li, J. Zhou, Y. Pan (2020), Divergent changes in terrestrial water storage across global arid and humid basins, Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL091069. (SCI).

(11) Yuanwei Wang, Lei Wang*, Xiuping Li, Jing Zhou, Zhidan Hu (2020), An integration of gauge, satellite and reanalysis precipitation datasets for the largest river basin of the Tibetan Plateau, Earth System Science Data, 12, 1789–1803, (SCI)

(12) Song, L., L. Wang*, X. Li, J. Zhou, D. Luo, H. Jin, T. Zeng, and Y. Yin (2020),Improving permafrost physics in a distributed cryosphere-hydrologymodel and its evaluations at the upper Yellow River Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125, e2020JD032916.

(13) Yufeng Dai*, Deliang Chen, Tandong Yao, Lei Wang* (2020), Large lakes over the Tibetan plateau may boost snow downwind: Implications for snow disaster, Science Bulletin, 65, 1713-1717. (SCI)

(14) Yuanyuan Yin, Lei Wang*,Zhongjing Wang, Qiuhong Tang, Shilong Piao, Deliang Chen, Jun Xia,Tobias Conradt, Junguo Liu, Yoshihide Wada, Ximing Cai, Zhenghui Xie,Qingyun Duan, Xiuping Li, Jing Zhou, Jianyun Zhang (2020), QuantifyingWater Scarcity in northern China within the context of Climatic andSocietal Changes and South-to-North Water Diversion, Earth’s Future. 8, e2020EF001492. (SCI)

(15) Liu, L., D. Luo*, L. Wang, Y. Huang, F. Chen (2020), Dynamics of frozen groundfrom 1900 to 2017 in the upper Brahmaputra RiverBasin, Tibetan Plateauas indicated by freezing and thawing indices, Advances in Climate Change Research, 12, 6-17., 2021 (SCI).

(16) GiriKattel, Jessica Reeves, Andrew Western, Wenjing Zhang, Wei Jing,Suzanne McGowan, Lan Cuo, Peter Scales, Kim Dowling, Qiang He, Lei Wang,Samantha Capon, Zenghui Pan, Jiansheng Cui, Lulu Zhang, Luo Xiao, ChunLiu, Ke Zhang, Chuanyu Gao, Zaifeng Tian, Yongding Liu (2020), Healthywaterways and ecologically sustainable cities in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebeiurban agglomeration (Northern China): Challenges and future directions, WIRES Water, e1500, (SCI).

(17) Dai, Y.*, T. Yao, L. Wang*, X. Li, X. Zhang (2020). Contrasting roles of a large alpine lake on Tibetan Plateau in shaping regional precipitation during summer and autumn. Frontiers in Earth Science. 8:358. doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.00358 (SCI)

(18) Tian Zeng, Lei Wang*,Xiuping Li, Lei Song, Xiaotao Zhang, Jing Zhou, Bing Gao, Ruishun Liu(2020), A new and simplified approach for estimating daily riverdischarge of the Tibetan Plateau using satellite precipitation: aninitial study at the upper Brahmaputra River, Remote Sensing, 12, 2103; doi:10.3390/rs12132103 (SCI)

(19) Lei Liu, Dongliang Luo*, Lei Wang, Yadong Huang, Fangfang Chen (2020),Variability of soil freeze depth in association with climate changefrom 1901 to 2016 in the upper Brahmaputra River Basin, Tibetan Plateau,Theoretical and Applied Climatology. (SCI)

(20) Xiaoyang Zhong, Lei Wang*,Jing Zhou, Xiuping Li, Jia Qi, Lei Song, Yuanwei Wang (2020),Precipitation Dominates Long-Term Water Storage Changes in Nam Co Lake(Tibetan Plateau) Accompanied by Intensified Cryosphere Melts Revealedby a Basin-Wide Hydrological Modelling, Remote Sensing, 12(12), 1926; doi:10.3390/rs12121926. (SCI)

(21) Xin Li*, Tao Che, Xinwu Li, Lei Wang, Anmin Duan, Donghui Shangguan, Xiaoduo Pan, Miao Fang, Qing Bao (2020), CASEarth Poles: Big Data for the Three Poles. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, E1475, (SCI)

(22) Kebede, M.G., L. Wang*; K. Yang, D. Chen, X. Li, T. Zeng, Z. Hu(2020),Discharge Estimates for Ungauged Rivers Flowing over ComplexHigh-Mountainous Regions Based Solely on Remote Sensing-DerivedDatasets. Remote Sensing, 12, 1064, doi:10.3390/rs12071064. (SCI)

(23) Dibit A., L. Wang*, Tirthal R A, J. Zhou, X. Li, Maheswor S, Y. Wang, D. Chen (2020). Model-Based Flood Hazard Mapping on the Southern Slope of Himalaya.Water, 12(2). 540; (SCI)

(24) Kebede, M. G., L. Wang*, X. Li, Z. Hu(2020). Remote sensing-based river discharge estimation for a small river flowing over the high mountain regions of the Tibetan Plateau. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 41(9):3322-3345. (SCI)

(25) Wang, L.*, A.W. Sichangi, T. Zeng, X. Li, Z. Hu, M. Genanu (2019), New methods designed to estimate the daily discharges of rivers in the Tibetan Plateau, Science Bulletin, 64, 418-421. (SCI)

(26) Qi J., L. Wang*, J. Zhou, L. Song, X. Li, T. Zeng (2019). CoupledSnow and Frozen Ground Physics Improves Cold Region HydrologicalSimulations: An Evaluation at the Upper Yangtze River Basin (TibetanPlateau). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124(33): 12985-13004. (SCI)

(27) Mao R J., L. Wang*, J Zhou, X. Li, J Qi, X T Zhang (2019). Evaluation of Various Precipitation Products Using Ground-Based Discharge Observation at the Nujiang River Basin, China. Water, 11(11), 2308.

(28) Bibi, S., L. Wang*, X. Li, X. Zhang, D. Chen (2019). Responses of groundwater storage and recharge in the Qaidam Basin (Tibetan Plateau) to climate variations from 2002 to 2016. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 123, (SCI)

(29) Zeng, T., L. Wang*,Z. Zhang, Q. Wen, X. Wang, L. Yu (2019), An integrated land covermapping method suitable for low-accuracy areas in global land covermaps. Remote Sensing, 11, 1777. (SCI)

(30) Zhang, X., L. Wang*, D. Chen (2019). How does temporal trend of reference evapotranspiration over the Tibetan Plateau change with elevation? International Journal of Climatology, 39, 2295-2305. (SCI)

(31) Sichangi, A.W., L. Wang*, Z. Hu (2018). Estimation of river discharge solely from remote-sensing derived data: an initial study over the Yangtze River. Remote Sensing, 10, 1385. (SCI)

(32) Wang, Y., L. Wang*, X. Li, D. Chen (2018). Temporal and spatial changes in estimated near-surface air temperature lapse rates on Tibetan Plateau. International Journal of Climatology, 38, 2907-2921. (SCI)

(33) Bibi, S., L. Wang*, X. Li, J. Zhou, D. Chen, and T. Yao (2018). Climatic and associated cryospheric, biospheric, and hydrological changes on the Tibetan Plateau: a review. International Journal of Climatology, 38 (Suppl.1): e1-e17. (SCI)

(34) Yao,T., Y. Xue*, D. Chen, F. Chen, L. Thompson, P. Cui, T. Koike, W. Lau,D.Lettenmaier, V. Mosbrugger, R. Zhang, B. Xu, J. Dozier, T. Gillespie,Y. Gu, S.Kang, S. Piao, S. Sugimoto, K. Ueno, L. Wang,W. Wang, F. Zhang, Y. Sheng, W. Guo, W. Ailikun, X. Yang, Y. Ma, S.Shen, Z. Su, F. Chen, S. Liang, Y. Liu, V. Singh, K. Yang, D. Yang, X.Zhao, Y. Qian, Y. Zhang, Q. Li (2018). RecentThird Pole’s rapid warming accompanies cryospheric melt and water cycleintensification and interactions between monsoon and environment:  multi-disciplinary approach with observation, modeling and analysis. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 100(3), 423-444. (SCI)

(35) Liu, W., Wang, L., Sun, F., Li, Z., Wang, H., Liu, J., et al (2018). Snow hydrology in the upper Yellow River basin under climate change: A land surface modeling perspective. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123., in press. (SCI)

(36) Lei, Y.*, T. Yao, K. Yang, B.W. Bird, L. Tian, X. Zhang, W. Wang, Y. Xiang, Y. Dai, L. Zhu, J. Zhou, L. Wang (2018), An integrated investigation of lake storage and water level changes in the Paiku Co basin, central Himalayas, Journal of Hydrology, 562, 599-608 . (SCI)

(37) Dong,W., Y. Lin, J.S. Wright, Y. Xie, Y. Ming, H. Zhang, R. Chen, Y. Chen,F. Xu, N. Lin, C. Yu, B. Zhang, S. Jin, K. Yang, Z. Li, J. Guo, L. Wang, G. Lin (2018). Regional disparities in warm season rainfall changes over arid eastern-central Asia. Scientific Reports, 8, 13051. (SCI)

(38) Dai, Y., L. Wang,T. Yao*, X. Li, L. Zhu, X. Zhang (2018). Observed and simulated lakeeffect precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau: An initial study at NamCo Lake. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, 6746–6759. (SCI)

(39) Guo, X., L. Wang*, L. Tian, X. Li (2017). Elevation-dependent reductions in wind speed over and around the Tibetan Plateau. International Journal of Climatology, 37, 1117-1126. (SCI)

(40) Wang, L.*,J. Zhou*, J. Qi, L. Sun, K. Yang, L. Tian, Y. Lin, W. Liu, M. Shrestha,Y. Xue, T. Koike, Y. Ma, X. Li, Y. Chen, D. Chen, S. Piao, and H. Lu (2017). Development of a land surface model with coupled snow and frozen soil physics. Water Resources Research, 53, 5085–5103. (SCI)

(41) Zhang, G.*, T. Yao, C.K. Shum, S. Yi, K. Yang, H. Xie, W. Feng, T. Bolch, L. Wang, A. Behrangi, H. Zhang, W. Wang, Y. Xiang, J. Yu (2017). Lake volume and groundwater storage variations in Tibetan Plateau’s endorheic basin. Geophysical Research Letter, 44, 5550–5560. (SCI)

(42) Li, J., D. Liu, T. Wang*, Y. Li*, S. Wang, Y. Yang, X. Wang, H. Gao, S. Peng, J. Ding, M. Shen, and L. Wang (2017). Grassland restoration reduces water yield in the headstream region of Yangtze River. Scientific Reports, 7(0), 2162. (SCI)

(43) Guo, X., L. Tian*, L. Wang, W. Yu, D. Qu (2017).River recharge sources and the partitioning of catchmentevapotranspiration fluxes as revealed by stable isotope signals in atypical high-elevation arid catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 549, 616–630. (SCI)

(44) Ding, B.*, K. Yang*, W. Yang, X. He, Y. Chen, Lazhu, X. Guo, L. Wang, H. Wu, T. Yao (2017). Development of a Water and Enthalpy Budget-based Glacier mass balance Model (WEB-GM) and its preliminary validation. Water Resources Research, 53, 3146–3178. (SCI)

(45) Li, X.*, L. Wang, X. Guo, D. Chen (2017). Does summer precipitation trend over and around the Tibetan Plateau depend on elevation? International Journal of Climatology, 37 (Suppl.1): 1278–1284. (SCI)

(46) Wang, L.*, L. Sun, M. Shrestha, X. Li, W. Liu, J. Zhou, K. Yang, H. Lu, D. Chen (2016b). Improving Snow Process Modeling with Satellite-Based Estimation of Near-Surface-Air-Temperature Lapse Rate. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, 12005–12030. (SCI)

(47) Makokha, G.O., L. Wang*, J. Zhou, X. Li, A. Wang, G. Wang, D. Kuria (2016).Quantitative Drought Monitoring in a Typical Cold River Basin overTibetan Plateau: an integration of meteorological, agricultural andhydrological droughts. Journal of Hydrology, 543, 782–795. (SCI)

(48) Sichangi, A. W., L. Wang*, K. Yang, D. Chen, Z. Wang, X. Li, J. Zhou, W. Liu, D. Kuria (2016). Estimating continental river basin discharges using multiple remote sensing data sets. Remote Sensing of Environment, 179, 36-53. (SCI)

(49) Liu, W., L. Wang*, J. Zhou, Y. Li, F. Sun, G. Fu, X. Li, Y. Sang (2016). A worldwide evaluation of basin-scale evapotranspiration estimates against the water balance method. Journal of Hydrology, 538, 82-95,  doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.04.006. (SCI)

(50) Wang, L.*, X. Li*, Y. Chen, K. Yang, D. Chen, J. Zhou, W. Liu, J. Qi, J. Huang (2016a). Validation of the Global Land Data Assimilation System based on measurements of soil temperature profiles. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 218, 288–297. (SCI)

(51) Guo, X.*, L. Wang, L. Tian (2016). Spatio-temporal variability of vertical gradients of major meteorological observations around the Tibetan Plateau. International Journal of Climatology, 36, 1901-1916. (SCI)

(52) Zhou, J.*, L. Wang, Y. Zhang, Y. Guo, D. He (2016).Spatiotemporal variations of actual evapotranspiration over the LakeSelin Co and surrounding small lakes (Tibetan Plateau) during 2003–2012. Science China-Earth Sciences, 59(12), 2441-2453. (SCI)

(53) Dong, W., Y. Lin*, J. Wright, Y. Ming, Y. Xie, B. Wang, Y. Luo, W. Huang, J. Huang, L. Wang, L. Tian, Y. Peng, F. Xu (2016). Summer rainfall over the southwestern Tibetan Plateau controlled by deep convection over the India. Nature Communications, 7, 10925. (SCI)

(54) Bao, H.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, L. Wang, M. Shrestha, P. Lawford (2016). Development of an enthalpy-based frozen soil model and its validation in a cold region in China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121, 5259–5280. (SCI)

(55) Y. Shibuo*, E. Ikoma, O.S. Valeriano, L. Wang, P. Lawford, M. Kitsuregawa, T. Koike (2016). Implementation of real-time flood prediction and its application to dam operations by data integration analysis system. Journal of Disaster Research, 11(6), 1-10.

(56) W. Liu*, L. Wang, D. Chen, K. Tu, C. Ruan, Z. Hu (2016). Large-scale circulation classification and its links to observed precipitation in the eastern and central Tibetan Plateau. Climate Dynamics, 46, 3481–3497. (SCI)

(57) Zhou, J., L. Wang*, Y. Zhang, Y. Guo, X. Li, and W. Liu (2015). Exploring the water storage changes in the largest lake (Selin Co) over the Tibetan Plateau during 2003-2012 from a basin-wide hydrological modeling. Water Resources Research, 51, 8060–8086. (SCI)

(58) W. Liu*, A. Zhang, L. Wang, G. Fu, D. Chen, C. Liu, and T. Cai (2015). Projecting the future climate impacts on streamflowin Tangwang River basin (China) using a rainfall generator and twohydrological models. Climate Research, 62, 79-97. (SCI)

(59) Shrestha, M., T. Koike, Y. Hirabayashi, Y. Xue, L. Wang, G. Rasul, and B. Ahmad (2015),Integrated simulation of snow and glacier melt in water and energybalance-based, distributed hydrological modeling framework at HunzaRiver Basin of Pakistan Karakoram region, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 120, 4889–4919. (SCI)

(60) Z. Hu*, L. Wang, Z. Wang, Y. Hong, and H. Zheng (2015).Quantitative assessment of climate and human impacts on surface waterresources in a typical semi-arid watershed in the middle reaches of theYellow River from 1985 to 2006. International Journal of Climatology, 35, 97–113. (SCI)

(61) Yang,H., S. Piao, Z. Zeng, P. Ciais, Y. Yin, P. Friedlingstein, S. Sitch, A.Ahlstrom, M. Guimberteau, C. Huntingford, S. Levis, P.E. Levy, M.Huang, Y. Li, X. Li, M.R. Lomas, P. Peylin, B. Poulter, N. Viovy, S.Zaehle, N. Zeng, F. Zhao, Lei Wang (2015). Multicriteria evaluation of discharge simulation in Dynamic Global Vegetation Models. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 120, 7488–7505. (SCI)

(62) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, M. Ikeda, C.T. Nyunt, D.N. Tinh, O. Saavedra, T.V. Sap, L.C. Nguyen, K. Tamagawa, T. Ohta (2014).Optimizing multidam releases in large river basins by combiningdistributed hydrological inflow predictions with rolling-horizondecision making. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management,140(10), (SCI)

(63) Li, X.*, L. Wang, D.-L. Chen, K. Yang, A. Wang (2014). Seasonal evapotranspiration changes (1983-2006) of four large basins on the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 119,13079–13095. (SCI)

(64) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, T. Koike, H. Tsutsui, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2014). Correcting basin-scale snowfall in a mountainous basin using a distributed snowmelt model and remote sensing data. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18, 747–761. (SCI)

(65) Ding, B., K. Yang, J. Qin, L. Wang, Y. Chen, X. He (2014). The dependence of precipitation types on surface elevation and meteorological conditions and its parameterization. Journal of Hydrology, 513, 154-163. (SCI)

(66) Yang, K.*, H. Wu, Y. Chen, J. Qin, L. Wang (2014), Toward a satellite-based observation of atmospheric heat source over land, , Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 119, 3124–3133. (SCI)

(67)   Shrestha, M.*, T. Koike, L. Wang, H. Tsutsui, Y. Xue, Y. Hirabayashi (2014). Optimizing snowfall correction factor forRadar-AMEDAS precipitation using distributed snow model (WEB-DHM-S) andMODIS snow cover data. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 70(4), I_223-I_228.

(68) Shibuo, Y.*, E. Ikoma, O. Saavedra, L. Wang, P. Koudelova, M. Kitsuregawa, T. Koike (2014), Development of operational realtime ensemble flood forecast system, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 58.

(69) Xue, B., L. Wang*, K. Yang, L. Tian, J. Qin, Y. Chen, L. Zhao, Y. Ma, T. Koike, Z. Hu, X. Li (2013b),Modeling the land surface water and energy cycles of a mesoscalewatershed in the central Tibetan Plateau during summer with adistributed hydrological model, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118, 8857–8868. (SCI)

(70) Xue, B., L. Wang*, X. Li, K. Yang, D. Chen, L. Sun (2013a). Evaluation of evapotranspiration estimates for two river basins in Tibetan Plateau by a water balance method. Journal of Hydrology, 492, 290-297. (SCI)

(71) Li, X., L. Wang*, D. Chen, K. Yang, B. Xue, L. Sun (2013). Near-surface air temperature lapse rates in the mainland China during 1962-2011. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118, 7505–7515. (SCI)

(72) Zhang, Y.*, G. Cheng, X. Li, X. Han, L. Wang, H. Li, X. Chang, G.N. Flerchinger (2013).Coupling of a simultaneous heat and water model with a distributedhydrological model and evaluation of the combined model in a cold regionwatershed. Hydrological Processes, 27, 3762-3776. (SCI)

(73) Shrestha, M.*, T. Koike, L. Wang, K. Yoshimura (2013).Long-term (1948-2006) simulation of snow depth at Yagizawa dam siteusing JP10 reanalysis and energy balance snow model (WEB-DHM-S). Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 57.

(74) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, M. Wang, J. Liu, J. Sun, H. Lu, H. Tsusui, K. Tamagawa, X. Xu (2012).Use of integrated observations to improve 0-36h flood forecasting:development and application of a coupled atmosphere-hydrology system inthe Nanpan River Basin, China. Journal of Meteorological Society of Japan, 90C, 131-144. (SCI)

(75) Wang, F.*, L. Wang, H. Zhou, O. Saavedra, T. Koike, W. Li (2012). Ensemblehydrological prediction based real-time optimization of multi-objectivereservoir during flood season in a semiarid basin with global numericalweather predictions. Water Resources Research, 48, W07520. (SCI,)

(76) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, T. Koike, Y. Xue, and Y. Hirabayashi (2012). Modeling the spatial distribution of snow cover in the Dudhkoshi region of the Nepal Himalayas. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13, 204-222. (SCI)

(77) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, Y. Hirabayashi T. Koike (2012). Simulation of forest snow processes at Fraser with an energy balance based snow melt model (WEB-DHM-S). Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_229-I_234.

(78) Mutua, F.*, L. Wang, A. Yamamoto, T. Nemoto, M. Kitsuregawa, T. Koike (2012). Regional climate change and its impacts on future discharges and flow characteristics of the Nyando Basin, Kenya. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_205-I_210.

(79) Jaranilla-Sanchez, P.A.*, L. Wang, K. Tamagawa, I. Hasegawa, H. Yamatomo, T. Koike (2012). Integrated Modeling of Climate change impacts in the Yoshino River Basin, Japan for Basin Management Planning. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_133-I_138.

(80)  Duran-Ballen, S.A.*, M. Shrestha, L. Wang, K. Yoshimura, T. Koike (2012). Snow Cover Modeling at the Puna Tsang River Basin in Bhutan with corrected JRA25 temperature. Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (B1), 68(4),I_235-I_240.

(81) Wang, F.*, L. Wang, T. Koike, H. Zhou, K. Yang, A. Wang, W. Li (2011). Evaluation and application of a fine-resolution global dataset in a semiarid mesoscale river basin with a distributed biosphere hydrological model. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 116, D21108. (SCI)

(82) Jaranilla-Sanchez, P.A.*, L. Wang, T. Koike (2011). Modelingthe hydrologic responses of the Pampangga River Basin in thePhilippines: A quantitative approach for identifying droughts. Water Resources Research, 47, W03514. (SCI)

(83) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, T. Koike (2011).Simulation of interannual variability of snow cover at Valdai (Russia)using a distributed biosphere hydrological model with improved snowphysics. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 55, 73-78. (Best Paper Award of International Session)

(84) Ueda, T.*, T. Koike, L. Wang (2011).Application of a distributed hydrological model and satelliteobservations for soil moisture and groundwater level simulation. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 55, 373-378.

(85) Wang, L.*, C.T. Nyunt, T. Koike,  O. Saavedra, L.C. Nguyen, T.V. Sap (2010c). Development of an integrated modeling system for improved multi-objective reservoir operation. Frontiers of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 4(1), 47-55.

(86) Wang, L.*, Z. Wang, T. Koike, H. Yin, D. Yang, S. He (2010b).The assessment of surface water resources for the semi-arid YongdingRiver Basin from 1956 to 2000 and the impact of land use change. Hydrological Processes, 24, 1123-1132. (SCI)

(87) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, R. Jin, H. Li (2010a). Frozen soil parameterization in a distributed biosphere hydrological model. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 14, 557-571. (SCI)

(88) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, T. Koike, Y. Xue, Y. Hirabayashi (2010). Improving the snow physics of WEB-DHM and its point evaluation at the SnowMIP sites. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 14, 2577-2594. (SCI)

(89) Saavedra, O.*,T. Koike, K. Yang, T. GRAF, X. Li, L. Wang, X. Han (2010).Decision support for dam release during floods using a distributedbiosphere hydrological model driven by quantitative precipitationforecasts. Water Resources Research, 46, W10544. (SCI)

(90) Saavedra, O.*, T. Koike, L. Wang (2010). Multi-reservoir operation using a distributed biosphere hydrological model. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 103-108.

(91) Jaranilla-Sanchez, P.A.*, L. Wang, T. Koike (2010). ENSO influence on the 1982-2000 hydrological properties of the Pantabangan-Carranglan Watershed, Philippines. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 19-24.

(92) Shrestha, M.*, L. Wang, T. Koike (2010). Investigating the applicability of WEB-DHM to the Himalayan river basin of Nepal. Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-JSCE, 54, 55-60.

(93) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, D. Yang, K. Yang (2009c). Improving the hydrology of the Simple Biosphere Model 2 and itsevaluation within the framework of a distributed hydrological model. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 54(6), 989-1006. (SCI)

(94) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, P. Yeh (2009b). Assessmentof a distributed biosphere hydrological model against streamflows andMODIS land surface temperature in the upper Tone River Basin. Journal of Hydrology, 377, 21-34. (SCI)

(95) Wang, L.*, T. Koike, K. Yang, T. Jackson, R. Bindlish, D. Yang (2009a).Development of a distributed biosphere hydrological model and itsevaluation with the Southern Great Plains Experiments (SGP97 and SGP99).Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 114, D08107. (SCI)

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