Zhenghong Chen

Zhenghong Chen
China Meteorological Administration · Traing center

Doctor of Philosophy

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June 2009 - October 2017
China Meteorological Administration
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  • Professor (Associate)

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This chapter describes the evolution of China’s science and technology planning and philosophy from the Cultural Revolution to the end of the 20th century. The philosophy of planning in this period includes “technology comes first in S&T planning”, “utilitarianism tendency” and “strengthening economic function”. The Medium and Long-Term Science and...
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This chapter describes the development of science and technology in China before 1949, and its possible impact on science and technology planning after 1949. When the Communist Party of China was in the Revolutionary Base areas, it began to practice science and technology and trained a large number of senior scientific and technological cadres. The...
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This chapter expounds on the reasons for the historical evolution of the Medium and Long-Term Science and Technology Program and its philosophy, from politicization to utilitarianism, and then to humanization. Science and technology planning has a profound impact on contemporary Chinese academy. The Large Aircraft Project in Medium and Long-Term Sc...
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This chapter expounds the historical evolution and philosophy analysis of science and technology planning before China’s Reform and Opening-up, which including the Science and Technology Development Program (1956–1967), the Science and Technology Development Program (1963–1972), as well as the difficult development of science and technology in the...
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This chapter describes the development and changes of China’s Medium and Long-Term Science and Technology Program and philosophy in the twenty-first century. The Chinese government has a deeper understanding of the nature of science and technology, the advice from academic circle and the awareness of policy makers, which made basic research getting...
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This book conducts a panoramic study on the history of China’s Science and Technology which focuses on the Medium and Long-Term Science and Technology Program (MLSTP). In general these Programs have a duration of 5-30 year. This book provides an epochal assessment of the project’s conceptual context over the past 60 years.. The author shows that...
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Drainage network pattern preserves an important history of river activity in response to regional tectonics and morphologic evolution. Various drainage morphometric parameters in the Lishui River basin and their correlation with tectonics have long been a challenge. In this paper, a detailed morphometric analysis including drainage asymmetry and an...
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Nalin Lake from western Inner Mongolia of China is a shallow oxbow lake with a laminated sedimentary record. The distributions of glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers in lacustrine sediment core collected in Nalin Lake in June 2011 were examined in combination with other paleoclimate proxies. The cyclization index of branched tetraethers (CBTs)-in...
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Intrinsic uncertainties within geo-hazards affecting the source area of the Lishui River region exhibit chief challenges for environmental management and regional development. This study employs a fuzzy multiattribute approach to rank the eco-environmental vulnerability to geo-hazards for 38 given geographic units in the study area. The closeness c...
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Most Chinese metropolitan regions have experienced rapid urbanization. Cities lying in coastal areas are prone to severe weather events. The meteorological hazards expose greater numbers of developed areas a variety of inhabitants to increased risk. This paper attempts to characterize how urbanization process, as well as monsoon climatic oscillatio...
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This paper gives an account of some of the indigenous characteristics of China's atmospheric sciences. We use the contributions of Academician Shiyan Tao to demonstrate how scientific advances in an international context were adapted to the evolving field of meteorology in China. The article outlines the major scientific contributions of Shiyan Tao...
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Suspended particulate matter (SPM) was collected above and below the Three Gorges Dam (TGD) on the Yangtze River in May, July and December 2009, respectively, for a study of the spatial and temporal variation in glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (GDGTs) in the riverine system. The branched GDGTs (bGDGTs) were > 0.6 ng/l and isoprenoid GDGTs (iG...
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Inherent uncertainties in the range of hardware (or the physical parts or components of geoscience popularization within geoparks, including basic infrastructure and museums) and software (or associated interpretation service system and publicity style) conditions that affect geoscience popularization present major challenges for geopark management...
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The Zhangjiajie Sandstone Peak Forest Geopark in northwest Hunan Province, China, is a comprehensive geopark containing many spectacular quartz sandstone landforms, limestone karst landscapes and various other important geoheritage resources. It is listed as a UNESCO World Geopark and is also part of the World Heritage Wulingyuan Scenic and Histori...
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This paper examines the characteristics of historical meteorological hazards and associated natural-anthropogenic variations in China, with specific attention given to the meteorological drought hazards occurring at very high frequency and affecting social–economic development in North China. Owing to an increasing awareness of meteorological droug...
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Since the year 2000 China has created 139 National Geoparks; it started under the guidance of the former UNESCO's Division of Earth Science, and has therefore become one of the pioneers in this aspect. Many National Geoparks in China have been described over the past decade, but an understanding of the range of various landform features and their c...
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When development of China's large airplane, the YUN-10 (Y-10), began in the 1970s, disputes arose between those who supported imitation and those who espoused innovation. This paper discusses the three main stages of a debate that has endured almost four decades due to complex historical, political, technical, economic, public relations, and propri...

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