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Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University
232A Hutt Building
User interface programming, best management practices (BMPs) integrated modelling (environmental benefits and economic costs), hydrologic (flow, erosion and nutrients) modelling, wetland modelling and restoration
Postdoc fallow, Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph (2014.3- Present): My work mainly focuses on playing a leadership role in a CWN (Canadian Water Network) funded project to conduct GIS software design and development for integrated economic-hydrologic modeling of agricultural watersheds.
International SWAT-Asia Conference IV Scientific Committee (2015.10): I have been selected as the scientific committee member of the International SWAT-Asia Conference.
ASABE Publications Reviewer (2015.2 - Present): I have provided two reviews for Applied Engineering in Agriculture (peer review).
Journal of Environmental Informatics Reviewer (2015.6 - Present): I have provided one review for Journal of Environmental Informatics (peer review).
Shao, H., Baffaut, C., Gao, J. E. et al., 2013. Development and Application of Algorithms for Simulating Terraces within SWAT. Transaction of ASABE. 56(5): 1715-1730.
Shao H., Gao J. E., Zhang Y. X. 2013. Preliminary assessment of the human and natural contributions to the changes of Weihe River runoff using SWAT model. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment. 11(3&4): 2629-2633.
Shao, H., Baffaut, C. and Gao, J. E. A Process-Based Method for Evaluating Terrace Runoff and Sediment Yield. ASABE 2012 Annual International Meeting. Dallas, TX, the U.S. 2012. Paper No. 121341006.
Shao, H., Gao, J.E., Wang, F., et al., 2011. The GIS assessment of changes in land use covers and hillslope conversion potential in the Loess Plateau. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 6(18): 4199-4209.
Shao H., Gao J. E., Zhang Y. X., et al., 2011. Preliminary assessment of the human activity impact on Weihe River runoff using SWAT model. ISWREP, vol. 2. XI'AN CHINA: IEEE,. p.1136-1139.