LIU Ruimin

  • Curriculum Vitae

    RUIMIN LIU

    Associate Professor, State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, 100875

    Tel: 86-10-58800829

    Fax: 86-10-58800829

    E-mail:liurm@bnu.edu.cn

    Professional Memberships

    lExpert, National Natural Science Foundation of China

    lExpert, China urban development planning professional Steering Committee

    lMember, Chinese Society of Water Environment

    lMember, American Chemical Society

    Education

    lB.S.   Geography Science, Shandong Normal University, 1998.

    lPh.D.  Environment Science, Peking University, 2004.

    Research Interests

    lIntegrated Watershed Management–Watershed Quantity/Quality Modeling; Analysis and Design of BMPs; Integrated Watershed Protection;

    lSpatial Analysis for Environmental Protection–3S Technique and Geostatistics in Environment; Environmental Spatial Modeling;

    Current Research Projects and Completed Projects

    lNNSF Project: Study of watershed Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) for preventing water pollution based on the uncertainty, 2016-2019 (PI)

    lNNSF State key Project: Study on the respond of water environment to urban landscape and the regulation approach, 2016-2020 (Co-PI)

    lNNSF Project: Multi-Objective Optimization for BMPs of Agricultural NPS pollution in the Three Gorge Area, 2010-2013 (PI)

    lNational 973 Project –Water-environment process and effect at Yangtze River Estuary with impact of major water projects, 2010-2014 (Co-PI)

    lNational 973 Project – Typical Pollution Process and Environmental Action of SongLiao River Basin, 2005-2009 (Co-PI)

    lNational 973 Project - Effects of Runoff-sediment Yield and Transport on Water Quality in the Yangtze River Basin, 2004-2008 (Co-PI)

    Part of Publications

    l Liu R.M., Xu F., Zhang P.P., Yu W.W., Men C. Identifying non-point source critical source areas based on multi-factors at a basin scale with SWAT. Journal of Hydrology, 2016, 533: 379-388.

    lLiu R.M., Xu F., Liu Y.Y., Wang J.W., Yu W.W. Spatio-temporal Characteristics of Livestock and Poultry and Effect on Pollution in China Using Geographic Information System. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-016-6576-6.

    lYu W.W., Liu R.M.*, Xu F., Cong M., Shen Z.Y. Identifications and Seasonal Variations of Sources of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Yangtze River Estuary, China. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2016, 104: 347-354.

    lLiu R.M., Xu F., Yu W.W., Shi J.H., Zhang P.P., Shen Z.Y. Analysis of field-scale spatial correlations and variations of soil nutrients using geostatistics. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2016, 188(2): 1-10.

    lLiu R.M., Chen Y.X., Yu W.W., Xu F., Shen Z.Y. Spatial-temporal distribution and fuzzy comprehensive evaluation of TP and TN in the Yangtze River Estuary. Water Science & Technology, 2016, 73(4): 924-934.

    lWang J.W., Liu R.M.*, Wang H.T., Yu W.W., Xu F., Shen Z.Y. Identification and apportionment of hazardous elements in the sediments in the Yangtze River estuary. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, 22(24): 20215-20225.

    lYu W.W., Liu R.M.*, Xu F., Shen Z.Y. Environmental risk assessments and spatial variations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface sediments in Yangtze River Estuary, China. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2015, 100(1): 507-515.

    lLiu R.M., Dong G.X., Xu F., Wang X.J., He M.C. Spatial-temporal characteristics of phosphorus in nonpoint source pollution with grid-based export coefficient model and geographical information system. Water Science & Technology, 2015, 71(11): 1709-1717

    lYu W.W., Liu R.M.*, Wang J.W., Xu F., Shen Z.Y. Source apportionment of PAHs in surface sediments using positive matrix factorization combined with GIS for the estuarine area of the Yangtze River, China. Chemosphere, 2015, 134: 263-271.

    lWang H.T., Wang J.W., Liu R.M.*, Yu W.W., Shen Z.Y. Spatial variation, environmental risk and biological hazard assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments of the Yangtze River estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2015, 93(1-2): 250-258.

    lLiu R.M.*, Chen Y.X., Sun C.C., Zhang P.P., Wang J.W., Yu W.W., Shen Z.Y. Uncertainty analysis of total phosphorus spatial–temporal variations in the Yangtze River Estuary using different interpolation methods. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2014, 86: 68-75.

    lLiu R.M.*, Wang J.W., Shi J.H., Chen Y.X., Sun C.C., Zhang P.P., Shen Z.Y. Runoff characteristics and nutrient loss mechanism from plain farmland under simulated rainfall conditions. Science of the Total Environment, 2014, 468–469: 1069–1077.

    lLiu R.M.*, Zhang P.P., Wang X.J., Wang J.W., Yu W.W., Shen Z.Y. Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis of BMPs in controlling agricultural nonpoint source pollution in China based on the SWAT model. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2014, 186: 9011–9022.

    lWang J.W., Liu R.M.*, Zhang P.P., Yu W.W., Shen Z.Y., Feng C.H. Spatial variation, environmental assessment and source identification of heavy metals in sediments of the Yangtze River Estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2014, 87: 364-373.

    lZhang P.P., Liu R.M.*, Bao Y.M., Wang J.W., Yu W.W., Shen Z.Y. Uncertainty of SWAT model at different DEM resolutions in a large mountainous watershed. Water Research, 2014, 53: 132-144.

    lLiu R.M.*, Zhang P.P., Wang X.J., Chen Y.X., Shen Z.Y. Assessment of Effects of Best Management Practices on Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution in Xiangxi River Watershed. Agricultural Water Management, 2013, 117: 9-18.

    lChen L., Liu R.M.*, Huang Q., Chen Y.X., Gao S.H., Sun C.C., Shen Z.Y. Integrated Assessment of Nonpoint Source Pollution of a Drinking Water Reservoir in a typical acid-rain region. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 10(4): 651-664.

    lSun C.C., Shen Z.Y., Liu R.M., Xiong M., Ma F.B., Zhang O., Li Y.Y., Chen L. Historical trend of nitrogen and phosphorus loads from the upper Yangtze River basin and their responses to the Three Gorges Dam. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2013, 20(12): 8871-8880.

    lShen Z.Y., Chen L., Liao Q., Liu R.M., Huang Q. A comprehensive study of the effect of GIS data on hydrology and non-point source pollution modeling. Agricultural Water Management, 2013, 118: 93– 102.

    lShen Z.Y., Chen L., Ding X.W., Hong Q., Liu R.M. Long-term variation (1960–2003) and causal factors of non-point-source nitrogen and phosphorus in the upper reach of the Yangtze River. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2013, 252– 253: 45– 56.

    lShen Z.Y., Hong Q., Liao Q., Chen L., Liu R.M., Xie H. Uncertainty in flow and water quality measurement data: A case study in the Daning River watershed in the Three Gorges Reservoir region, China. Desalination and Water Treatment, 2013, 51(19-21): 3995-4001.

    lShen Z.Y., Chen L., Hong Q., Qiu J.L., Xie H., Liu R.M. Assessment of nitrogen and phosphorus loads and causal factors from different land use and soil types in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area. Science of the Total Environment, 2013, 454: 383-392.

    lShen Z.Y., Chen L., Hong Q., Xie H., Qiu J.L., Liu R.M. Vertical Variation of Nonpoint Source Pollutants in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region. PLOS ONE, 8(8): e71194.

    lSun C.C., Shen Z.Y., Xiong M., Ma F.B., Li Y.Y., Chen L., Liu R.M. Trend of dissolved inorganic nitrogen at stations downstream from the Three-Gorges Dam of Yangtze River. Environmental Pollution, 2013, 180: 13-18.