孙福宝

中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所

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  • 孙福宝
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个人简况

研究员,博士生导师,国家万人计划青年拔尖人才,《Water Resources Research》2012年度最佳论文奖,欧洲地球科学联合会2014年度杰出青年科学家奖获得者。长期从事全球变化及陆地表层水热平衡格局研究。在Science, PNAS等地球科学领域高影响国际期刊发表SCI论文50余篇,第一或通讯作者SCI论文30余篇(含第一作者PNAS 研究论文1篇),均在影响因子大于3.5的一、二区期刊上;多次在AGU、EGU、AOGS等国际重要会议做特邀学术报告;担任Earth System Dynamics编辑,Environmental Research Letters编辑、Geo-environmental Disasters编辑等;多次组织Earth System Dynamics,Environmental Research Letter等专刊;组织并主持欧洲地球科学联合会年会分会场,中德前沿科学研讨会主会场等。兼任第十届中德前沿科学研讨会组委会主席,国际水文科学协会Panta Rhei中国工作委员会副秘书长,中国科学院水资源研究中心秘书长等。

主要工作经历

2014年至今 中国科学院地理科学与资源研究所“百人计划”研究员 2011年--2014年 澳大利亚国立大学 气候系统科学中心 区域气候与地表过程耦合模拟研究组 讲 师 2009年--2011年 澳大利亚国立大学 生物研究学院 Graham Farquhar环境生物学研究组 博士后 2007年--2009年 日本东京大学 生产技术研究所 冲-鼎全球水循环与水资源工程研究组 博士后

主要学习经历

2002年--2007年 清华大学 水利工程学 博士(直博)论文题目:基于Budyko假设的流域蒸散发研究 1998年--2002年 清华大学 水利水电建筑工程 工学学士

主要学术兼职

2019-:中国地理学会自然灾害风险与综合减灾专业委员会委员 2018-:《中国气候与生态环境演变:2021》章主要作者协调人(CLA)

2016-:Earth System Dynamics编辑 2016-:Environmental Research Letter编辑 2014-:Geo-environmental Disasters编辑 2017:第十届中德前沿科学研讨会组委会主席 2016-:国际水文科学协会Panta Rhei中国工作委员会副秘书长兼北京办公室主任 2017-:中国科学院水资源研究中心秘书长 2017-:中国冰冻圈科学学会理事 2017-:中国生态学会生态水文专业委员会委员 2016-:中国自然资源学会水资源专业委员会常务委员2017-:中国地理学会水文地理专业委员会委员

研究领域:

全球变化及陆地表层水热平衡格局研究,全球变化,地表水热平衡、统计水文气候学等。

主要荣誉与奖励

2019:中国科学院百人计划终期评估优秀获得者

2019:入选国家万人计划青年拔尖人才

2014:欧洲地球科学联合会(EGU)杰出青年科学家奖(Outstanding Young Scientists Award),维也纳

2012:AGU 《Water Resources Research》年度最佳论文奖(Editors’ Choice Award)(前1%),旧金山

2012:Sun et al. GRL美国地球物理联合会(AGU)研究亮点与特色论文(Featured Articles/Research Spotlight)

2011:Sun et al. WRR美国地球物理联合会(AGU)研究亮点与特色论文(Featured Articles/Research Spotlight)

2010:Sun et al. GRL美国地球物理联合会(AGU)最受欢迎论文之一

2007:清华大学优秀博士论文一等奖,清华大学优秀博士毕业生(前1%)

2004:清华大学“一二 九”优秀辅导员奖

2001:清华大学校运动会男子400米冠军

2007:东京国际马拉松赛

2003:北京国际马拉松赛

代表性学术成果

长期从事全球变化及其对区域水热格局影响机制研究,在以下三个方面取得初步研究进展:(1)基于传统区域水热平衡原理,以蒸散发机理为关键纽带,提出了区域水热格局在不同气候类型与下垫面条件下对气候变化响应的解析关系,揭示了陆地水热格局演变的控制机理。(2)发展了一种新的气候时空变异性解析理论方法,用于识别陆表水热平衡变量气候变化和气候变动影响的热点区域,为揭示水热关键变量的时空变异性特征解决了时空尺度不一致的问题。(3)解析全球变化下陆地表层干湿格局的形成机理,揭示全球升温1.5 度条件下全球干旱和洪涝风险的时空格局。

代表性学术论文

[1] Yang, Tao;Sun, Fubao*; Gentine, Pierre; Liu, Wenbin; Wang, Hong; Yin, Jiabo; Du, Muye; Liu, Changming (2019), Evaluation and machine learning improvement of global hydrological model-based flood simulations, Environmental Research Letters.

[2] Wenbin Liu*, Fubao Sun*, Shaobo Sun, Limai Guo, Hong Wang, Huijuan Cui (2019), Multi-scale assessment of eco-hydrological resilience to drought in China over the last three decades, Science of The Total Environment, 672, 201-211.

[3] Limai Guo, Nan Shan, Yongguang Zhang, Fubao Sun, Wenbin Liu, Zhongjie Shi, Qian Zhang (2019), Separating the effects of climate change and human activity on water use efficiency over the Beijing-Tianjin Sand Source Region of China, Science of The Total Environment, 690, 2019, 584-595.

[4] Limai Guo, Fubao Sun*, Wenbin Liu, Yongguang Zhang, Hong Wang, Huijuan Cui, Hongquan Wang, Jie Zhang and Benxu Du (2019), Response of Ecosystem Water Use Efficiency to Drought over China during 1982–2015: Spatiotemporal Variability and Resilience, Forests, 10(7), 598; https://doi.org/10.3390/f10070598.

[5] Zhang, J., F.Sun*, W. Lai et al. (2019), Attributing changes in future extreme droughts based PDSI in China, Journal of Hydrology. (In press)

[6] Liu, W. andF. Sun* (2019), Increased adversely-affected population from water shortage below normal conditions in China with anthropogenic warming, Science Bulletin. (In press)

[7] Yang, T., F. Sun*, W. Liu (2019), Using Geo-detector to attribute spatiotemporal variation of pan evaporation across China in 1961-2001,International Journal of Climatology, 1-9.(In press)

[8] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, & G. D. Farquhar (2018), Rainfall statistics, stationarity and climate change, PNAS, 110(10), 2305-2310.

[9] Liu,F., F. Sun*, W. Liu, T. Wang, H. Wang, X. Wang, W. H. Lim (2018), On wind speed pattern and energy potential in China, Applied Energy(Accepted).

[10] Wang, H., F. Sun*, W. Liu (2018), The dependence of daily and hourly precipitation extremes on temperature and atmospheric humidity over China, Journal of Climate, doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0050.1.

[11] Liu,W.*, L. Wang, F. Sun*, Z Li, H. Wang, T. Yang, J. Zhou and J. Qi (2018), Snow hydrology in the upper Yellow River basin under climate change: a modeling perspective, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, doi:10.1002/2018JD028984.

[12] Wang, T., F. Sun*, J. Xia, W. Liu, Y. Sang, H. Wang (2018), An experimental detrending approach to attributing change of pan evaporation in comparison with the traditional partial differential method, Journal of Hydrology, 564, 501-508, doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.07.021.

[13] Lim, W. H., Yamazaki, D., Koirala, S., Hirabayashi, Y., Kanae, S., Dadson, S. J., J.W. Hall, and F. Sun* (2018), Long-term changes in global socioeconomic benefits of flood defenses and residual risk based on CMIP5 climate models. Earth’s Future, 6.doi.org/10.1002/2017EF000671.

[14] Liu W., W. H. Lim, F. Sun*, D. Mitchell, H. Wang, D. Chen, I. Bethke, H. Shiogama and E. Fischer (2018), Global Freshwater availability below normal conditions and population impact under 1.5°C and 2°C stabilization scenarios, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1002/2018GL078789.

[15] Wang, T., F. Sun*, H. L. Wee, H. Wang, W. Liu, and C. Liu, 2018: The predictability of annual evapotranspiration and runoff in humid and non-humid catchments over China: comparison and quantification. Journal of Hydrometeorology 19, 533-545.

[16] Wang, T., Sun, F. *, Ge, Q., Kleidon, A., & Liu, W. (2018). The effect of elevation bias in interpolated air temperature data sets on surface warming in China during 1951–2015. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, 2141–2151.

[17] Liu, W., Sun, F.*, Lim, W. H., Zhang, J., Wang, H., Shiogama, H., and Zhang, Y. (2018), Global drought and severe drought-affected populations in 1.5 and 2°C warmer worlds, Earth System Dynamics, 9, 267-283.

[18] Liu, W., F. Sun*, Y. Li, G. Zhang, Y. F. Sang, W. H. Lim, J. Liu, H. Wang, and P. Bai (2018), Investigating water budget dynamics in 18 river basins across the Tibetan Plateau through multiple datasets, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22, 351-371.

[19] Wang, H., F. Sun*, T Wang, W Liu (2018), Estimation of Daily and Monthly Diffuse Radiation from Measurements of Global Solar Radiation a Case Study across China,Renewable Energy, 126 (2018) 226-241.

[20] Wang, H., F. Sun*, W. Liu (2018), Spatial and Temporal Patterns as well as Major Influencing factors of Solar and Diffuse Radiation over China: 1960-2014, Solar Energy, 159, 601-615.

[21] Sang, Y.-F.*, Sun, F.*, Singh, V. P., Xie, P., and Sun, J. (2018),A discrete wavelet spectrum approach for identifying non-monotonic trends in hydroclimate data, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22, 757-766.

[22] Liu, W., and F. Sun* (2017), Projecting and Attributing Future Changes of Evaporative Demand over China in CMIP5 Climate Models, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18 (4), DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-16-0204.1.

[23] Wang, H., F. Sun*, J. Xia, and W. Liu (2017), Impact of LUCC on streamflow based on the SWAT model over theWei River basin on the Loess Plateau in China, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, 1–17.

[24] Wang, T,J. Zhang, F. Sun*, and W. Liu (2017), Pan evaporation paradox and evaporative demand from the past to the future over China: a review, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Water, e1207. doi: 10.1002/wat2.1207.

[25] Zhang, Y., F. H. S. Chiew, J. Pea-Arancibia, F. Sun, H. Li, and R. Leuning (2017), Global variation of transpiration and soil evaporation and the role of their major climate drivers, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122, doi:10.1002/2017JD027025.

[26] Liu, F., G. Zhang, H. Wang, F. Sun and L. Sun (2017), Quantifying the Surface Covering, Binding and Bonding Effects of Biological Soil Crusts on Soil Detachment by Overland Flow, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42 (15), 2640–2648.

[27] Liu, W., and F. Sun* (2016), Assessing estimates of evaporative demand in climate models using observed pan evaporation over China, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121, doi:10.1002/2016JD025166.

[28] Zhang, J., F. Sun*, J. Xu, Y. Chen, Y.-F. Sang, and C. Liu (2016), Dependence of trends in and sensitivity of drought over China (1961–2013) on potential evaporation model, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 206–213, doi:10.1002/2015GL067473.

[29] Sang, Y.-F.*, V. P. Singh, T. Gong, K. Xu, F. Sun*, C. Liu, W. Liu, and R. Chen (2016), Precipitation variability and response to changing climatic condition in the Yarlung Tsangpo River basin, China, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121, doi:10.1002/2016JD025370.

[30] Du, C. Y., F. Sun*, J. Yu, X. Liu, and Y. Chen. New interpretation of the role of water balance in an extended Budyko hypothesis in arid regions, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2016, 20(1), 393-409.

[31] Liu, W. L. Wang, J. Zhou, Y. Li, F. Sun, G. Fu, X. Li, Y-F. Sang (2016), A worldwide evaluation of basin-scale evapotranspiration estimates against the water balance method, Journal of Hydrology, 538: 82-95.

[32] Roderick, M. L., Sun, F., Lim, W. H., and Farquhar, G. D.: A general framework for understanding the response of the water cycle to global warming over land and ocean, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 18, 1575-1589, doi:10.5194/hess-18-1575-2014, 2014.

[33] Yin D., M. L. Roderick, G. Leech, F. Sun (2014), On the relation between temperature and drought. Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2014GL061370.

[34] Zhan, C.S., S.S. Jiang, F. Sun, Y.W. Jia, C.W. Niu, and W. F.Yue, (2014), Quantitative contribution of climate change and human activities to runoff changes in the Wei River basin, China, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences,18,3069-3077.

[35] Wang, Y., Roderick, M. L., Shen, Y., and Sun, F. (2014), Attribution of satellite-observed vegetation trends in a hyper-arid region of the Heihe River basin, Western China, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 18, 3499-3509.

[36] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, and G. D. Farquhar (2012), Changes in the variability of global land precipitation, Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L19402, doi:10.1029/2012GL053369.

[37] Roderick, M. L., F. Sun, and G. D. Farquhar (2012), Water Cycle Varies over Land and Sea, Science, 336, 1230-1231.

[38] Zhang, Y., R. Leuning, F. Chiew, E. Wang, L. Zhang, C. Liu, F. Sun, M. Peel, Y. Shen, M. Jung (2012), Decadal trends in evaporation from global energy and water balances, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13, 379-391.

[39] Lim, W. H., M. L. Roderick, M. T. Hobbins, S. C. Wong, P. J. Groeneveld, F. Sun, G. D. Farquhar (2012), The Aerodynamics of Pan Evaporation, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 152, 31-43.

[40] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, W. H. Lim, and G. D. Farquhar (2011), Hydroclimatic projections for the Murray-Darling Basin based on an ensemble derived from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change AR4 climate models, Water Resources Research, 47, W00G02, doi:10.1029/2010WR009829.

[41] He, B*., T. Oki, F. Sun*, D. Komori, S. Kanae, Y. Wang, H. Kim, and D. Yamazaki (2011), Estimating monthly total nitrogen concentration in streams by using artificial neural network, Journal of Environmental Management. 92(1), 172-177.

[42] Sun,F., M. L. Roderick, G. D. Farquhar, W. H. Lim, Y. Zhang, N. Bennett, and S. H. Roxburgh (2010), Partitioning the variance between space and time, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L12704, doi:10.1029/2010GL043323.

[43] Yang, H., D. Yang, Z. Lei, and F. Sun (2008), New analytical derivation of the mean annual water-energy balance equation, Water Resources Research, 44, W03410, doi:10.1029/2007WR006135.

[44] Yang, D., F. Sun, Z. Liu, Z. Cong, G. Ni, and Z, Lei (2007), Analyzing spatial and temporal variability of annual water-energy balance in non-humid regions of China using the Budyko hypothesis, Water Resources Research, 43, W04426, doi:10.1029/2006WR005224.

[45] Yang, D., F. Sun, Z. Liu, Z. Cong, and Z, Lei (2006), Interpreting the complementary relationship in non-humid environments based on the Budyko and Penman hypotheses. Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L18402, doi:10.1029/2006GL027657.

代表性国际会议特邀报告

[11] Sun, F. et al. (2017), Atmospheric evaporative demand in climate models: an observed element relevant to drought projections (Invited), The Fourth Santa Fe Climate Conference, 5-10 Feb. 2017

[10] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, and G. D. Farquhar (2014), Changes in the variability of global precipitation (Invited Medal Lecture), EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 27 April-2 May.

[9] Roderick, M. L., F. Sun, S. I. Seneviratne, and G. D. Farquhar (2014), Measuring aridity: perspective from meteorology, agriculture and hydrology (Invited), EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 27 April-2 May.

[8] Farqhuar, G.D., F. Sun, and M.L. Roderick (2014), Predicted and observed multi-decadal changes in climate, with particular reference to precipitation and crop demand for water (Invited), Breeding plants to cope with future climate change, Association of applied biologists, University of Leeds, 16-18 June.

[7] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, and G. D. Farquhar (2013), Changes in the Global Land Precipitation Variability in Observations and in Climate Models (Invited), Asia Oceania Geosciences Society, the 10th Annual Meeting, June 23-28, Brisbane.

[6] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, and G. D. Farquhar (2013), Droughts and floods with global warming -- a perspective of surface water hydrology (Invited), EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 7-12 April.

[5] Farqhuar, G.D., F. Sun, and M.L. Roderick (2013), Relating variations in runoff to variations in climatic conditions and catchment properties (Invited), EGU General Assembly, 7-12 April, Vienna.

[4] Sun, F., M. L. Roderick, and G. D. Farquhar (2011), A new approach to evaluating precipitation projections (Invited), International Symposium on Environmental Changes and Efficient Use of Agricultural Resources, Shijiazhuang, China, 20-22 October.

[3] Roderick M.L., F. Sun, and G.D. Farqhuar (2011), Climate Variability versus Climate Change – How can you tell the difference? (Keynote address), IUGG General Assembly, Melbourne, 28 June.

[2] Roderick, M.L., F. Sun, W.H. Lim, and G.D. Farqhuar (2011), Robust responses of the terrestrial component of the hydrological cycle to global warming, (Invited), Memorial Session in Honour of Professor Jim Dooge (invited speakers only), EGU General Assembly, 3-8 April.

[1] Farquhar, G.D., F. Sun, M. L Roderick, and W. H. Lim (2010), Global change, soil water content, stomatal behavior and the statistics of rainfall (Invited), AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA- 13-17 Dec.