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李森

1986年1月

博士

副教授

环境规划与管理,地理信息系统,环境生态健康

senli@hust.edu.cn

个人简介

个人简介:

欢迎对环境模型,数据分析以及生态健康感兴趣的同学与我联系:senli@hust.edu.cn

职位信息

 

副教授 @ 华中科技大学 环境科学与工程学院

名誉研究员 @ 英国牛津大学 (University of Oxford) 环境变化研究所(Environmental Change Institute

客座研究员 @ 英国自然环境研究理事会(NERC 生态水文研究中心(Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

教育背景

2014年:博士,地理学专业,比利时法语鲁汶大学(Université catholique de Louvain

2008年:研究式硕士,地理信息科学专业,英国爱丁堡大学(University of Edinburgh

2007年:学士,地理信息系统专业,中山大学

工作/科研经历:

201710 今:副教授,华中科技大学 环境科学与工程学院 环境工程系

20145 20179月:博士后研究助理,英国牛津大学 (University of Oxford) 环境变化研究所 (Environmental Change Institute)

201010 20145月:Aspirant研究员,比利时国立科学研究基金委(Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique - FNRS

20093 20145月:研究助理,比利时法语鲁汶大学(Université catholique de Louvain)地球与生命研究所 (Earth and Life Institute) 乔治·勒梅特地球与气候研究中心 (Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research)

项目经历:

2014 2017年:“极端气候以及社会经济情况下的风险以及危害:通往革新解决方案的策略(IMPRESSIONS)” 欧盟第七框架计划(编号603416;资助金额1120万欧元),参与,匈牙利子项目主要技术负责人

2014 2017年:“自然资本以及生态系统功能的可操作性(OpenNESS)” 欧盟第七框架计划(编号308428,资助金额1150万欧元),参与

2014 2015年:“生物多样性以及生态系统功能:未来环境的逻辑论证(BESAFE)”,欧盟第七框架计划(编号282743,资助金额370万欧元),参与

2010 2014年:“蜱虫传染病的动态学以及风险模型研究”,比利时国立科学基金委Aspirant研究员启动项目(编号FC84648,资助金额12万欧元),项目负责人

2009 2010年:“欧洲莱姆病的多尺度空间-时间分析” 比利时政府以及法语鲁汶大学专项研究(FSR)基金(编号FSR2008,资助金额3万欧元),第一完成人

学术服务:  

项目评审专家:挪威研究理事会(The Research Council of Norway

期刊审稿人: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health; Environment International; Expert Systems with Applications; Environment and Planning B; Environmental Modelling & Software; Sustainability; Environment, Development and Sustainability; Journal of Environment Management; Health Informatics Journal; Ecological Modelling;

会议主题召集人/审稿人: Theme 'Urban, energy & infrastructure', 3rd European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA 2017, Glasgow, UK);

科研成果:

简介:

主要科研方向为环境规划与管理与地理信息科学,致力于开发、应用社会-环境交互模型方法,开展交叉学科研究,注重与人文社会科学的有效结合。现有成果涉及综合环境模型理论及应用,生态疾病模型开发,以及气候变化影响等领域。已发表各类论文20余篇,包括13篇一作SCI/SSCI期刊论文,2篇一作中文期刊论文。参与撰写了多篇欧盟第七框架项目报告以及环境、气候管理政策手册。拥有多次国际会议报告、公开演讲经历。研究成果多次被科学出版社(如The Royal Society英国皇家学会)推荐、被媒体转载。

代表性期刊论文: (*通讯作者;SCI/SSCI检索)

Li S*, Juhász-Horváth L, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, Harrison PA, 2017, Modelling regional cropping patterns under scenarios of climate and socio-economic change in Hungary, Science of the Total Environment, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.10.038 (SCI)

Li S*, Juhász-Horváth L, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, Harrison PA, 2017, Lifestyle, habitat and farmers’ risk of exposure to tick bites in endemic area of tick-borne diseases in Hungary, Zoonoses and Public Health, doi: 10.1111/zph.12413 (SCI)

Li S*, Juhász-Horváth L, Pedde S, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, Harrison PA, 2017, Integrated modelling of urban spatial development under uncertain climate futures: A case study in Hungary, Environmental Modelling & Software, 96: 251-264, doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.07.005 (SCI)

Smith A*, Harrison PA, Perez-Soba M, Archaux F, Blicharska M, Egoh B, Eros T, Fabrega N, Gyorgy AI, Haines-Young R, Li S, Lommelen E, Meiresonne L, Ayala LM, Mononen L, Simpson G, Stange E, Turkelboom F, Uiterwijk M, Veerkamp C, Wyllie de Echeverria V, 2017, How natural capital delivers ecosystem services: A typology derived from a systematic review, Ecosystem Services, 26(A):111-126, doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.06.006 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Juhász-Horváth L, Harrison PA, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, 2017, Relating farmer's perceptions of climate change risk to adaptation behaviour in Hungary, Journal of Environmental Management, 185: 21-30, doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.10.051 (SCI/SSCI)

Haslett J*, Garcia-Llorente M, Harrison P, Li S, and Berry P, 2016, Offshore renewable energy and nature conservation: The case of marine tidal turbines in Northern Ireland, Biodiversity and Conservation, doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1268-6 (SCI)

Li S*, Juhász-Horváth L, Harrison PA, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, 2016, Population and age structure in Hungary: A residential preference and age dependency approach to disaggregate census data, Journal of Maps, 12(S1):560-569, doi: 10.1080/17445647.2016.1237898 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Gilbert L, Harrison PA, Rounsevell MDA, 2016, Modelling the seasonality of Lyme disease risk and the potential impacts of a warming climate within the heterogeneous landscapes of Scotland, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13(116):20160140, doi: 10.1098/rsif.2016.0140 (SCI)

Li S*, Colson V, Lejeune P, Vanwambeke SO, 2016, On the distance travelled for woodland leisure via different transport modes in Wallonia, south Belgium, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 15:123-132, doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2015.12.007 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Colson V, Lejeune P, Speybroeck N, Vanwambeke SO, 2015, Agent-based modelling of the spatial pattern of leisure visitation in forests: A case study in Wallonia, south Belgium, Environmental Modelling & Software, 71: 111-125, doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2015.06.001 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Mackaness WA, 2015, A multi-agent-based, semantic-driven system for decision support in epidemic management, Health Informatics Journal, 21(3): 195-208, doi: 10.1177/1460458213517704 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Vanwambeke SO, Liccope AM, Speybroeck N, 2014, Impacts of deer management practices on the spatial dynamics of the tick Ixodes ricinus: A scenario analysis, Ecological Modelling, 276: 1-13, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.12.023 (SCI)

Li S*, Tao H, Xu Y, 2013, Abiotic determinants to the spatial dynamics of dengue fever in Guangzhou, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, 25(3):239-247, doi:10.1177/1010539511418819 (SCI/SSCI)

Li S*, Heyman P, Cochez C, Simons L, Vanwambeke SO, 2012, A multi-level analysis of the relationship between environmental factors and questing Ixodes ricinus dynamics in Belgium, Parasites & Vectors, 5:149, doi:10.1186/ 1756-3305-5-149 (SCI)

Li S*, Hartemink N, Speybroeck N, Vanwambeke SO, 2012, Consequences of landscape fragmentation on Lyme disease risk: A cellular automata approach, PLoS ONE, 7(6):e39612, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039612 (SCI)

国际会议报告:

Li S, Harrison PA, Rounsevell MDA, 2017, Predicting the spill-over risk of tick-borne pathogens at the human-tick interface in an uncertain climate future [发言], ECCA 2017: Our Climate Ready Future, the 3rd European climate change adaptation conference, 5-9 June 2017 Glasgow, UK

Li S, Juhász-Horváth L, Pedde S, Harrison PA, Pintér L, Rounsevell MDA, 2017, Predicting the future patterns of urban growth and population distribution in Hungary [墙报], ECCA 2017: Our Climate Ready Future, the 3rd European climate change adaptation conference, 5-9 June 2017 Glasgow, UK

Li S, 2015, Modelling the spatial risks of tick-borne zoonoses [发言], International workshop on agent-based modelling of land use, 4-5 May 2015, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2013, Modelling the risk of spillover of tick-borne zoonoses at the human-tick interface: an agent-based approach [墙报], Epidemics4 - Fourth international conference on infectious disease dynamics, 19-22 November 2013, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, Licoppe A, Speybroeck N, 2013, Modelling the impacts of deer management practices on spatial dynamics of ticks [发言], IUGB 2013: Diversity in Wildlife Management Objectives & Tools, the 31st biennial congress of the International Union of Game Biologists (IUGB), 28-30 August 2013, Brussels, Belgium

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2012, Landscape heterogeneity and tick-borne disease: understanding the spatial dynamics of vector-borne zoonoses using cellular automata models [发言], EcoHealth2012: Sustaining Ecosystems, Supporting Health, the 4th biennial conference of the International Association for Ecology & Health, 15-18 October 2012, Kunming, China

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2012, Agent-based modelling of tick-borne zoonoses [墙报], EcoHealth2012: Sustaining Ecosystems, Supporting Health, the 4th biennial conference of the International Association for Ecology & Health, 15-18 October 2012, Kunming, China

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2012, Spatial dynamics of ticks and the integration of climatic impacts in spatial tick transmission models [发言], Summer workshop Ecology and Evolution of Parasites and Infections, 21-23 August 2012, Antwerp University, Antwerp, Belgium

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2011, Modelling the spatial dynamics of pathogen transmission in tick-borne disease system [墙报], 2011 Belgian biodiversity - public health conference, 30 November 2011, Brussels, Belgium

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2010, Spatial heterogeneity and dynamics of pathogen transmission in tick-borne disease system [墙报], International conference EDEN2010 - Emerging vector-borne diseases in a changing European environment, 10-12 May 2010, Montpellier, France

Li S, Vanwambeke SO, 2009, A cellular automata approach to spatial dynamics of tick-borne disease [墙报], Organisms on the move: On the ecology and evolution of dispersal, the 4th meeting of the International Dispersal Workgroup, 14-15 September 2009, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium