General

Dr. LENG Guoyong is a professor at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences. Before joining IGSNRR, he has worked as a senior research associate at University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute (ECI), and postdoctoral researcher at US’ Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). His research focuses on the modeling and analysis of hydrological and agricultural responses to climate change/variability and human activities. He has developed a dynamic irrigation scheme considering irrigation water source (surface water and/or groundwater) and irrigation techniques (drip, flood and sprinkler irrigation), and a diagnostic fertilization scheme within the earth system modeling framework. He has authored more than 80 refereed journal articles in the fields of water use, climate change, agricultural production, water-food nexus, droughts/floods, land-atmosphere interaction using process-based models and statistical models.

Email: lenggy@igsnrr.ac.cn

Phone: 86-10-64880842

部门/实验室:水文研究室

Publications

   
Papers

Google Scholar Profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=QDhIjBoAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra

Leng, G. 2019. Uncertainty in assessing temperature impact on US maize yield under global warming: the role of compounding precipitation effect, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JD029996

X Liu, Q Tang, W Liu, H Yang, PY Groisman, G Leng, P Ciais, X Zhang (2019) The asymmetric impact of abundant preceding rainfall on heat stress in low latitudes, Environmental Research Letters, 14 (4), 044010  

Fang, W., Huang, S., Huang, Q., Huang, G., Wang, H., Leng, G., Wang, L., Guo, Y. 2019. Probabilistic assessment of remote sensing-based terrestrial vegetation vulnerability to drought stress of the Loess Plateau in China, Remote Sensing of Environment, in press  

Leng, G., & Hall, J. (2019). Crop yield sensitivity of global major agricultural countries to droughts and the projected changes in the future. Science of the Total Environment, 654, 811-821.  

Hall., J., Leng, G. 2019. Can we calculate drought risk… and do we need to? Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1349, in press  

Zhou, Q., Leng, G.*, Su, J., & Ren, Y. (2019). Comparison of urbanization and climate change impacts on urban flood volumes: Importance of urban planning and drainage adaptation. Science of The Total Environment, 658, 24-33.  

Han, Z., S Huang, Q Huang, G Leng, H Wang, L He, W Fang, P Li, 2019. Assessing GRACE-based terrestrial water storage anomalies dynamics at multi-timescales and their correlations with teleconnection factors in Yunnan Province, China, Journal of Hydrology, 574, 836-850

Huang, S., Wang, L., Wang, H., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Fang, W., & Zhang, Y. (2019). Spatio-temporal characteristics of drought structure across China using an integrated drought index. Agricultural Water Management, 218, 182-192.

Peng, J., Dadson, S., Leng, G.*, Duan, Z., Guo, W., Jagdhuber, T., Ludwig, R. 2019. The impact of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on hydrological extremes, Journal of Hydrology, 571, 142-149

Ren, K., Huang, S., Huang, Q., Wang, H., Leng, G., Cheng, L., ... & Li, P. (2019). A nature-based reservoir optimization model for resolving the conflict in human water demand and riverine ecosystem protection. Journal of Cleaner Production, 231, 406-418.

Yang, Q., X Zhang, JE Almendinger, M Huang, X Chen, G Leng, Y Zhou, et al. 2019 Climate change will pose challenges to water quality management in the st. Croix River basin, Environmental Pollution, 251, 302-311.

Zhang, X., Su, Z., Lv, J., Liu, W., Ma, M., Peng, J., & Leng, G.*, (2019). A Set of Satellite-Based Near Real-Time Meteorological Drought Monitoring Data over China. Remote Sensing, 11(4), 453.

Leng, G., Peng, J., & Huang, S. (2019). Recent changes in county-level maize production in the United States: Spatial-temporal patterns, climatic drivers and the implications for crop modelling. Science of The Total Environment, 686, 819-827.

Liu, S., Huang, S., Xie, Y., Wang, H., Huang, Q., Leng, G., ... & Wang, L. (2019). Spatial-temporal changes in vegetation cover in a typical semi-humid and semi-arid region in China: Changing patterns, causes and implications. Ecological Indicators, 98, 462-475.

Zhang, X., Tang, Q., Liu, X., Leng, G., & Di, C. (2018). Nonlinearity of runoff response to global mean temperature change over major global river basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(12), 6109-6116.

Liu, S., Huang, S., Xie, Y., Wang, H., Leng, G., Huang, Q., ... & Wang, L. (2019). Identification of the non-stationarity of floods: Changing patterns, causes, and implications. Water Resources Management, 33(3), 939-953.

Leng, G. 2018. Keeping global warming within 1.5 C reduces future risk of yield loss in the United States: A probabilistic modeling approach. Science of the Total Environment, 644, 52-59.

Yang, Q., Zhang, X., Almendinger, J. E., Huang, M., Leng, G., Zhou, Y., ... & Qiu, J. (2018). Improving the SWAT forest module for enhancing water resource projections: A case study in the St. Croix River Basin. Hydrological Processes, 33 (5), 864-875

Qiu, J., Shen, Z., Leng, G., Xie, H., Hou, X., Wei, G. 2018. Impacts of climate change on watershed systems and potential adaptation through BMPs in a drinking water source area, Journal of Hydrology, 573, 123-135.

Yang, Q., Almendinger, J. E., Zhang, X., Huang, M., Chen, X., Leng, G., ... & Li, X. (2018). Enhancing SWAT simulation of forest ecosystems for water resource assessment: A case study in the St. Croix River basin. Ecological Engineering, 120, 422-431.  

Zhou, Q., Leng, G.*, & Peng, J. (2018). Recent Changes in the Occurrences and Damages of Floods and Droughts in the United States. Water, 10(9), 1109.

Huang, Z., Tang, Q., Luo, M., Liu, X., Lu, H., Zhang, X., Leng, G. 2018. The influence of groundwater representation on hydrological simulation and its assessment using satellite-based water storage variation, Hydrological Processes, 33, 1218-1230

Huang, Z., Hejazi, M., Li, X., Tang, Q., Leng, G., D?ll, P., Eisner, S., Gerten, D., Hanasaki, N., Wada, Y. (2018) Reconstruction of global gridded monthly sectoral water withdrawals for 1971-2010 and analysis of their spatiotemporal patterns, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22, 2117-2133

Zaherpour, J., Gosling, S., Mount, N., Gerten, D., Müller Schmied, H., Kim, H., Haddeland, I., Schewe, J., Liu, J., Leng, G., Gudmundsson, L., Hanasaki, N., Dankers, R., Eisner, S., Oki, T., Veldkamp, T., Pokhrel, Y., Wada, Y; Masaki, Y., Satoh, Y. 2018. Worldwide evaluation of mean and extreme runoff from six global-scale hydrological models that account for human-influences, Environmental Research Letters, 13 (6), 065015.

Wartenburger, R., Seneviratne, S., Hirschi, M., Schmid,E., Khabarov, N., Liu, J., Folberth, C., Wang, X., Elliott, J., Deryng, D., Yang, H., Pugh, T., Ciais, P., Henrot, A., Morfopoulos, C., Ito, A., Nishina, K., Hickler, T., Schaphoff, S., Chang, J., Leng, G., Tang, Q., Liu, X., Gosling, S., Satoh, Y., Pokhrel, Y., Stacke, T., Wada, Y; Orth, R., Zhou, T.,; Müller Schmied, H., Masaki, Y., Kim, H., Weedon, G., Müller, C., Steinkamp, J. 2018. Evapotranspiration simulations in ISIMIP2a - Evaluation of spatio-temporal characteristics with a comprehensive ensemble of independent datasets, Environmental Research Letters, 13 (7), 075001

Liu, S., Huang, S., Xie, Y., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Hou, B., Zhang, Y., Wei, X. 2018. Spatial-temporal changes of maximum and minimum temperatures in the Wei River Basin, China: Changing patterns, causes and implications, Atmospheric Research, 204, 1-11

Liu, S., Xie, Y., Leng, G., Huang, Q., Wang, L., Xue, Qi. 2018. Spatial-temporal changes of rainfall erosivity in the Loess Plateau, China: Changing patterns, causes and implications, Catena, 166, 279-289

Zhang, X., Tang, Q., Leng, G., Liu, X., Li, Z., Huang, Z. 2017. On the dominant factor controlling seasonal hydrological forecast skill in China. Water 9 (11), 902

Zhou, T., Voisin, N., Leng, G., Huang, M., Kraucunas, I. 2017. Sensitivity of regulated flow regime to climate change in the Western United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19 (3), 499-515

Chen, M., Rafique, R., Asrar, G., Zeng, N., Zhao, F., Kalnay, E., Leng, G., Reyer, C., Ostberg, S., Francois, L., Tian, H., Chang, J., and Nishina, K., 2017. Relative contribution of major eco-regions to inter-annual and seasonal variability of GPP fluxes, Environmental Research Letters, 12 (10), 105005

Liu, Y., Hejazi, M., Li, H., Zhang, X., and Leng, G. 2017. A Hydrological Emulator for Global Applications, Geoscientific Model Development, 11, 1077-1092. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2017-113

Huang, S., Leng, G.*, Huang, Q., Xie, Y. and Liu, S. 2017. The asymmetric impact of global warming on drought distribution in the Conterminous United States. Scientific Reports, 7: 5891.

Zhou, Q., Leng, G.*, Feng, L. 2017. Predictability of regional Flood damage at the state level in US: the role of physical hazards, vulnerability, exposure and defensive capabilities, Scientific Reports, 7 (1), 5354.

Huang, S., Ming, B., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Hou, B. (2017). A Case Study on a Combination NDVI Forecasting Model Based on the Entropy Weight Method, Water Resources Management, 31, 3667–3681.  

Leng, G., Leung, L. R. and Huang, M. 2017. Significant impacts of irrigation water sources and methods on modeling irrigation effects in the ACME Land Model, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 9, 1665-1683.

Leng, G. 2017. Evidence for a weakening strength of temperature-corn yield relation in the United States, Science of the Total Environment, 605, 551-558.

Leng, G. 2017. Recent changes in county-level corn yield variability in the United States from observations and crop models, Science of the Total Environment, 607, 683-690.

Leng, G., Huang, M. 2017. Crop yield response to climate change varies with crop spatial distribution pattern in the Conterminous United States. Scientific Reports, 7, 1463,

Liu, S., Huang, S., Huang, Q., Xie, Y., Leng, G., Luan, J., Song, X., Wei, X., Li, X. Identification of the non-stationarity of extreme precipitation events and correlations with the large-scale ocean-atmospheric circulation: A case study in the Wei River Basin, China, Journal of Hydrology, 548, 184-195.

Zhao, F., Veldkamp, T., Gosling, S. N., Huang, M., Leng, G., Tang, Q., Liu, X., Hanasaki, n., Biemans, H., Ostberg, S., Satoh, Y., Stacke, T., Pokhrel, Y., Stacke, T., Ciais, P., Guimberteau, M., Chang, J., Ducharne, A., Wada, Y., Mueller, H., Portmann, F., Frieler, K., Schewe, J., Willner, S., Schauberger, B., Kim, H., Yamazaki, D. 2017. The critical role of the routing scheme in simulating peak river discharge in global hydrological models. Environmental Research Letters, 12, 075003

Huang, S., Li, P., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Hou, B., Ma, L. 2017. The propagation from meteorological to hydrological drought and its potential influence factors, Journal of Hydrology, 547, 184-195    

Gu, D., Guenther, A., Yu, H., Shilling, J., Yang, Q., Huang, M., Zhao, C., Shrivastava, M., Martin, S., Artaxo, P., Longo, K., Kim, S., Seco, R., Tóta, J., Augusto Ferreira de Souza, R., Vega, O., Alves, E., Cavalcante, F., Liu, Y., Leng, G., and Hu, Z. 2017. Airborne observations reveal elevational gradient in tropical forest isoprene emissions. Nature Communications, 8, 15541

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Zhao, M. and Meng, E. 2017. Variations in annual water-energy balance and their correlations with vegetation and soil moisture dynamics: A case study in the Wei River Basin, China, Journal of Hydrology, 546, 515–525.

Hattermann, F.F., Krysanova, V., Gosling, S., Dankers, R., Daggupati, P., Donnelly, Ch., Fl?rke, M., Huang, S., Motovilov, Y, Buda, S, Yang, T., Müller, C., Leng, G., Tang, Q., Portmann, F.T., Hagemann, S., Gerten, D., Wada, Y., Masaki, Y., Alemayehu, T., Satoh, Y., Samaniego, L. 2017. Cross-scale intercomparison of climate change impacts simulated by regional and global hydrological models in eleven large river basins. Climatic Change, 141, 561-576.

Zhang, X., Tang, Q., and Liu, X. Leng, G., Li, Z. 2017. Soil Moisture Drought Monitoring and Forecasting Using Satellite and Climate Model Data over Southwestern China. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18(1), 5-23.  

Zhou, Q., Leng, G.*, Huang, M. 2017. Impacts of future climate change on urban flood volumes in Hohhot in northern China: benefits of climate change mitigation and adaptations, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences., 22, 305-316.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Leng, G., Liu, S. 2016. A nonparametric multivariate standardized drought index for characterizing socioeconomic drought: A case study in the Heihe River Basin. Journal of Hydrology, 542, 875–883.

Leng, G., Zhang, X., Huang, M., Yang, Q., Rafique, R., Asrar, G., Leung, L. R. 2016. Simulating County-Level Crop Yields in the Conterminous United States Using the Community Land Model: the Effects of Optimizing Irrigation and Fertilization. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 8, 1912-1931.

Leng, G., Huang, M., Voisin, N., Zhang, X., Asrar, G., and Leung, L. R., 2016. Emergence of new hydrologic regimes of surface water resources in the Conterminous United States under future warming. Environmental Research Letters, 11, 114003.

Leng, G., Zhang, X., Huang, M., Asrar, G., Leung, L. R. 2016. The Role of Climate Covariability on Crop Yields in the Conterminous United States. Scientific Reports, 6, 33160.

Leng, G., Tang, Q., Huang, S., Zhang, X. 2016. Extreme hot summers in China in the CMIP5 climate models. Climatic Change, 135, 669–681.

Rafique, R., Xia, J., Hararuk, O., Asrar, G., Leng, G., Wang, Y., & Luo, Y. (2016). Divergent predictions of carbon storage between two global land models: attribution of the causes through traceability analysis. Earth System Dynamics, 7, 649-658

Huang, S., Chang, J., Huang, Q., Chen, Y., Leng, G. (2016). Quantifying the relative contribution of climate and human impacts on runoff change based on the Budyko hypothesis and SVM model, Water Resources Management, 30, 2377–2390 

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Leng, G.*, Chang, J. 2016. A hybrid index for characterizing drought based on a nonparametric kernel estimator. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55, 1377–1389.

Rafique, R., Xia, J., Hararuk, O., Leng, G.*, Asrar, G., Luo, Y. 2016. Comparing the performance of three land models in global C cycle simulations: A detailed structural analysis. Land Degradation & Development, 28: 524–533.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Leng, G.*, Chang, J. 2015. Integrated indicator for drought assessment based on variable fuzzy set theory: a case study in the Yellow River basin, China. Journal of Hydrology, 527, 608-618.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Chang, J., and Leng, G., Xing, Li. 2015. Drought structure based on a nonparametric multivariate standardized drought index across the Yellow River basin, China, Journal of Hydrology, 530, 127–136    

Leng, G., Huang, M., Tang, Q., and Leung, L. R., 2015. A modeling study of irrigation effects on global surface water and groundwater resources under a changing climate. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 7, 12851304.

Leng, G., Tang, Q., Huang, S., Zhang, X., Cao, J. 2015. Assessments of joint hydrological extreme risks in a warming climate in China. International Journal of Climatology, 36: 1632–1642.

Leng, G., Tang, Q., and Rayburg, S., 2015. Climate change impacts on meteorological, agricultural and hydrological droughts in China. Global and Planetary Change, 126, 23-34.

Leng, G., Tang, Q., Huang, M., Hong, Y., and Leung, L. R., 2015. Projected changes in mean and interannual variability of surface water over continental China. Science China Earth Sciences, 58, 739-754.

Leng, G., Tang, Q., Huang, M., and Leung, L. R., 2015. A comparative assessment of the impacts of climate change and irrigation on land surface and subsurface hydrology in the North China Plain. Regional Environment Change, 15(2), 251-263.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Chang, J., Leng, G., and Li Xing. 2015. The response of agricultural drought to meteorological drought and the influencing factors: a case study in the Wei River Basin, China. Agricultural Water Management, 159, 45-54.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Zhang, H., Chen, Y., Leng, G., 2015. Spatial-temporal changes in precipitation, temperature and their possibly changing relationship: a case study in the Wei River Basin, China. International Journal of Climatology, 36: 1160–1169

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Chang, J., and Leng, G. 2015. Linkages between hydrological drought, climate indices and human activities: a case study in the Columbia River basin. International Journal of Climatology, 36: 280–290.

Huang, S., Huang, Q., Chen, Y., Xing, L., and Leng, G. 2015. Spatial-temporal variation of precipitation concentration and structure in the Wei River Basin, China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 125, 67–77

Ye, S., Li H., Huang, M., Ali, M., Leng, G., Leung, L. R., Wang, S., Sivapalan,M., 2014. Regionalization of Subsurface Stormflow Parameters of Hydrologic Models: Derivation from Regional Analysis of Streamflow Recession Curves. Journal of Hydrology, 519, 670-682.

Guo, L., Wu S., Zhao D., Yin, Y., Leng, G., Zhang Q., 2014. NDVI-based vegetation change in Inner Mongolia from 1982 to 2006 and its relationship to climate at the biome scale. Advances in Meteorology, 692068.

Leng, G., and Tang, Q., 2014. Modeling the impacts of future climate change on irrigation over China: sensitivity to adjusted projections. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 2085-2103.

Leng, G., Huang, M., Tang, Q., Gao, H., and Leung, L. R., 2014. Modeling the effects of groundwater-fed irrigation on terrestrial hydrology over the conterminous United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 957-972.

Leng, G., Huang, M., Tang, Q., Sacks, W. J., Lei, H., and Leung, L. R., 2013. Modeling the effects of irrigation on land surface fluxes and states over the conterminous United States: Sensitivity to input data and model parameters. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere, 118, 17, 9789-9803.

Tang, Q., Leng, G., 2013. Changes in cloud cover, precipitation, and summer temperature in North America from 1982 to 2009, Journal of Climate, 26(5), 1733-1744.

Tang, Q., Leng, G., and Groisman P. Y., 2012. European hot summers associated with a reduction of cloudiness. Journal of Climate, 25(10), 3637-3644.

Tang, Q., Leng, G., 2012. Damped summer warming accompanied with cloud cover increase over Eurasia from 1982 to 2009. Environmental Research Letters, 7, 014004.