Xiusheng Yang

Professor and Director
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of Connecticut
E-mail: xiusheng.yang@uconn.edu
Page: http://www.nre.uconn.edu/pages/people/bios/yang.php

Fields of interest: 

Natural resources engineering and modeling

Multimedia transport processes

Atmospheric-hydrologic-ecologic interactions

Soil-water interactions

Biometeorology, forest micrometeorology/microclimatology

Biomass feedstock and bio-energy

 

Recent publications:

Li, X., Q. Gao, T. Lei, and X. Yang, 2011:
Application of an integrative hydro-ecological model to study water resources management in the upper and middle parts of the Yellow River basin.
Front. Earth Sci. China 5: 45-55

Wang, J. and X. Yang, 2010:
Application of an atmospheric gene flow model for assessing environmental risks from transgenic corn crops.
International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering 3: 36-42

Wang, J. and X. Yang, 2010:
An atmospheric gene flow model for assessing environmental risks from transgenic corn crops.
International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering 3: 18-30

Li, Y., S. Dong, C. Wang, X. Deng, X. Li, Y. Luo andX. Yang, 2010:
Impact of irrigation and other inputs on farm productivity in the upper and middle parts of the Yellow River basin, China.
Frontiers of Earth Science in China: 4: 345-356

Wang, J. and X. Yang, 2009:
Improved method for nondestructive measurement of dynamic pollen source strength from transgenic crops using sonic anemometer.
International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering 2: 33-39.

Li, X., X. Yang, Q. Gao, Y. Li and S. Dong, 2009:
Integrative assessment of hydrological, ecological and economic systems for water resources management at river basin scale.
Frontiers of Earth Science in China 3: 198-207

Li, X., Y. Luo, Q. Gao, S. Dong and X. Yang, 2007:
Farm Production Growth in the Upper and Middle Parts of the Yellow River Basin, China, During 1980-1999.
Agricultural Sciences in China 7: 344-355

Luo, Y. Q. Gao and X. Yang, 2007:
Dynamic modeling of chemical fate and transport in multimedia environment at watershed scale, Part II.
Trichloroethylene test case. Environmental Management 83: 56-65

Luo, Y. Q. Gao and X. Yang, 2007:
Dynamic modeling of chemical fate and transport in multimedia environment at watershed scale, Part I.
Theoretical considerations and model implementation. Environmental Management 83: 44-55

Luo Y. and X. Yang, 2007: 
A multimedia environmental model of chemical distribution: fate, transport and uncertainty analysis.
Chemosphere 66: 1396-1407