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Dr. Xiangzhou Xu is a Professor and PhD Supervisor at the School of Hydraulic Engineering, Dalian University of Technology. His expertise includes resource sustainability, soil and water conservation, rainfall resource utilization, and topography measurement. Most of his work time is spent on the physical experiments in the laboratory as well as in field. He is the principal investigator of two projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and a program for the Excellent Talents in the Universities of Liaoning Province. Presently Professor Xu has authored or co-authored fifty journal articles, and two books. Among the journal articles, twelve of them are published in the SCI international journals. Professor Xu is also the first author of twelve invention patents of China. The Topography Meter designed by him opened a new way for further development of landslide tracking and measuring.
Papers published in the international journals:
 Xu X-Z*, Song G-D, Dang T-M, Liu J-W, Zhang H-W, Gao H, Liu Y-K. 2017, Environment and sustainability of the Middle Route, South-to-North Water Transfer Project in China: a close look, Environment, Development and Sustainability, DOI 10.1007/s10668-017-9996-7
 Xu X-Z*, Guo W-Z, Liu Y-K, Ma J-Z, Wang W-L, Zhang H-W, Gao H. 2017, Landslides on the Loess Plateau of China: a latest statistics together with a close look, Natural Hazards, 86: 1393-1403. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000398519700021)
 Guo W-Z, Xu X-Z*, Wang W-L, Yang J-S, Liu Y-K, Xu F-L. 2016, A measurement system applicable for landslide experiments in the field. Review of Scientific Instruments, 87(4): (044501-1)-(044501-7). (Cited by SCI, WOS:000375842500044)
 Xu X-Z*, Song GD, Liu J, Dang WQ, Gao H, Liu ZY, Zhang HW. 2015, Avalanche in Tuban: a hazard with no defense. Natural Hazards, 79(3): 2181-2187. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000365016300038)
 Xu X-Z*, Liu Z-Y, Xiao P-Q, Guo W-Z, Zhang H-W, Zhao C, Yan Q. 2015, Gravity erosion on the steep loess slope: Behavior, trigger and sensitivity, Catena, 135: 231-239. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000366225900024)
 Xu X-Z*, Liu Z-Y, Wang W-L, Zhang H-W, Yan Q, Zhao C, Guo W-Z. 2015, Which is more hazardous: avalanche, landslide, or mudslide?, Natural Hazards, 76(3): 1939-1945. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000350663100025)
 Xu X-Z*, Zhang H-W, Wang W-L, Zhao C, Yan Q. 2015, Quantitative monitoring of gravity erosion using a novel 3D surface measuring technique: validation and case study, Natural Hazards, 75(2): 1927–1939. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000346407100045)
 Xu XZ*, Li MJ, Liu B, Kuang SF, Xu SG. 2012, Quantifying the effects of conservation practices on soil, water, and nutrients in the Loess Mesa Ravine Region of the Loess Plateau, China. Environmental Management, 49(5): 1092-1102. (Cited by SCI: WOS:000303477700013; Cited by EI, 20142517831938)
 Xu XZ*, Xu Y, Chen SC, Xu SG, Zhang HW. 2010, Soil loss and conservation in the black soil region of Northeast China: a retrospective study. Environmental Science and Policy, 13(8): 793-800. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000286365400014)
 Xu XZ*, Zhang HW, Wang GQ, Chen SC, Dang WQ. 2009, An experimental method to verify soil conservation by check dam on the Loess Plateau, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 159: 293-309. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000271530400023; Cited by EI, 200948122512684)
 Xu XZ*, Zhang HW, Wang GQ, Peng Y, Zhang OY. 2006, A laboratory study on relative stability of check dam on the Loess Plateau, China. Land Degradation & Development, 17: 629-644. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000242910900005; Cited by EI, 065110324428).
 Xu XZ*, Zhang HW, Zhang OY. 2004, Development of check-dam systems in gullies on the Loess Plateau, China. Environmental Science and Policy, 7(2): 79-86. (Cited by SCI, WOS:000220767600001 , Times Cited: 99).
- 1 Soil and water conservation, and watershed management
- 2 Theory and technolory for urban rainstorm utilization
- 3 Theory and technology for geomorphology observation