FAN Jianrong  

Prof.and Dr., Institute of Mountain Hazards & Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences​

Address: No. 9, Block 4, South Renmin Road, Chengdu, Sichuan 610041, P.R. China.

Research Areas

Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System


2004: Ph D in Physical Geography at Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS

1993: Master in Forest Management at Southwest Forestry University

1990: Bachelor degree, Forestry at Southwest Forestry University


FAN Jianrong, ZHANG Ziyu, LI Lihua. (2015) Mountain demarcation and mountainous area divisions of Sichuan Province. GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH 34(3):65-73 (in Chinese)

ZHANG Huaizhen, WANG Xiaomeng, FAN Jianrong, CHI Tianhe, YANG Shun and PENG Ling. (2015) Monitoring Earthquake-Damaged Vegetation after the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake in the Mountainous River Basins, Dujiangyan County. Remote Sensing 7, 6808-6827.

GUO Fenfen, FAN Jianrong, TANG Xuguang, CHEN Yang, LIU Qing, LI Jinyang. (2013) Comparison of Methods for Grassland Classification Based on HJ-1A Hyperspectral Image Data in North Tibet. Remote Sensing Information 28(1): 77-82, 88 (in Chinese)

FAN Jianrong, CHEN Yang, YAN Dong, GUO Fenfen. (2013) Characteristics of Rainfall Erosivity Based on Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission Data in Tibet, China. Journal of Mountain Science 10(6): 1008-1017

FAN Jianrong, LIU Fei, GONG Kuifang, GUO Fenfen, GUO Xiang, ZHANG Dingrong. (2012) Spatial characteristics of soil erosion in Hengduan Mountain region, eastern Tibet based on GIS. Journal of Arid Land Resources and Environment 26(4):144-149 (in Chinese)

FAN Jianrong, LI Xiuzhen, GUO Fenfen, GUO Xiang. (2011) Empirical-Statistical Models Based on Remote Sensing for Estimating the Volume of Landslides Induced by the Wenchuan Earthquake. Journal of Mountain Science 8(5):711-717

FAN Jianrong, LIU Fei, GUO Fenfen, ZHANG Huaizhen. (2011) Soil Erosion Assessment and Cause Analysis in Three Gorges Reservoir Area Based on Remote Sensing. Journal of Mountain Science 29(3): 306-311 (in Chinese)

FAN Jianrong, CHEN Jim X., TIAN Bingwei, et al. (2010) Rapid Assessment of the Secondary Disasters Induced by the Wenchuan Earthquake. IEEE--Computing in Science & Engineering 12(1): 10-19

J.R. Fan, J.H. Zhang, X.H. Zhong, et al. (2004) Monitoring of soil erosion and assessment for contribution of sediments to rivers in a typical watershed of the Upper Yangtze River Basin. Land Degradation & Development Vol.15(1)411-421

FAN Jianrong, LIU Shuzhen, ZHOU Congbin, WANG Xiaodan, ZHU Hongye, ZHU Bo. (2004) Impacts of LUCC on Gully Erosion in Yuanmou Basin of Jinshajiang Arid-hot Valley. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 18(2): 130-132 (in Chinese)

FAN Jianrong, CHAI Zongxin, LIU Shuzhen, TAO Heping, GAO Pan. (2001) Dynamical Changes of Soil Erosion in Lizixi Catchment of Sichuan Province by Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 15(4): 25-28 (in Chinese)

Research Interests

Specializes in environmental remote sensing, soil and water conservation



杨阿强  02  19146  

聂勇  02  19144  

田兵伟  02  19146  

严冬  02  19144  

郭祥  02  19146  

张怀珍  02  19146  

刘飞  02  19146  

刘青  02  52398  

陈阳  02  19146  

郭芬芬  01  19144  

曾珍  02  19146  

李磊磊  02  19146  

李炫  02  19146  


夏颖  02  19146  

彭玉芝  02  19146  

张茜彧  01  19144  

安淳淳  01  19144  

Honors & Distinctions

2015: The First Class Award for Sci-tech of Chinses Society of Soil and Water Conservation

2014: awarded the Second Class (China) Sichuan Province Sci-tech Progress Prize with the research on “The Planning and Implementation Innovation of the Main Function Area in Sichuan Province”

2011: awarded the Second Class (China) Tibet Autonomous Region Sci-tech Progress Prize with the research on “Study on early warning technology of ice lake debris flow dam outburst on Ranwu - Peilong section of Sichuan - Tibet highway”

2009: Medal award of The 10th Sichuan Youth Science and Technology Award

2002: awarded the Second Class (China) Yunnan Province Sci-tech Progress Prize with the research on “Land degradation and control measures in Jinsha River’s dry-hot valley typical region”