Shibiao Bai Professor
- Giant Landslide processes using OSL and TCN dating
- Landslide hazard and risk mapping
Dr. Sc. (Cartography and Geographical Information Systems) Nanjing Normal University, P. R. China (2005)
M.Sc. (Physical Geography) Nanjing Normal University, P. R. China (2002)
B.Sc. (Physical Geography) Lanzhou University, P. R. China (1999)
• Giant Landslide processes using OSL and TCN dating
• Landslide hazard and risk mapping
1. 2015 Jiangsu provincial key R & D Program (Social Development) “The key Tech. research for the flood and geohards in city” (BE2015704). 2015-2018.
2. The European Space Agency (ESA) and Ministry of Science and Technology of China (MOST) Dragon 4 Cooperation Program " Spatio-temporal landslide identification and activity assessment for hazard and risk investigations in Longnan region, Northwest China "(ID: 32365_3). 2016-2020.
3. The European Space Agency (ESA) and Ministry of Science and Technology of China (MOST) Dragon 3 Cooperation Program "Landslide identification, movement monitoring and risk assessment over rugged mountain area using advanced earth observation technique"(ID: 10606). 2012-2016
4. The France- China Égide Project Funding "Estimation of global change impacts on landslide hazards in a dynamic mountain environment".2012.1-2012.12.
5. The Sino Swiss Science and Technology Cooperation Program, “Intelligent analysis of environmental data and landslides risk mapping triggered by Wenchuan earthquake” (NO. EG42-032010).2010-2011.
6. The Eurasia-Pacific Uninet Scholarship Program of Post-Doc Scholarships, Landslide Hazard and Risk Management. 2010-2011.
7. The Opening Fund of State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection of Chendu University of Technology, China (SKLGP2012K012), 2012-2013
8 National Natural Science Foundation of China, “The comprehensive spatial-temporal prediction study of the landslide hazards in Zhouqu-Wudu section along the Bailong River Basin” (No. 40801212).2008-2011.
9 The Opening Fund of State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection of Chendu University of Technology, China, “Regional scale landslide risk assessment model research” (No. GZ2007-11). 2008-2011.
11. The Opening Fund of State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection of Chendu University of Technology, China, “Dating the giant paleo-landslide and spatiotemporal distribution Characteristics in the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau, China” (No. GZ2013-10). 2013-2015.
12. The Opening Fund of Key Laboratory for Geo-hazards in Loess area. “Landslide movement monitoring over rugged mountain area using advanced earth observation technique”. (GLA2014005). 2012-2014.
1. Liu G, Guo HD, Perski Z, Fan J.H., Bai SB, Yan SY, Song R, (2016) Monitoring the slope movement of the Shuping landslide in the Three Gorges Reservoir of China, using X-band time series SAR interferometry, Advances in Space Research 57:2487–2495
2. Ping Lu, Shibiao Bai* and Nicola Casagli，(2015)，Spatial relationships between landslide occurrences and land cover across the Arno river basin (Italy)，Environmental Earth Sciences
3. Bai SB, Lu P*, Wang J (2015) Landslide susceptibility assessment of the Youfang catchment using logistic regression. Journal of Moutnain Science 11(6). DOI: 10.1007/s11629-014-3171-5
4. Ping Lu, Shibiao Bai* and Nicola Casagli，(2014) Investigating Spatial Patterns of Persistent Scatterer Interferometry Point Targets and Landslide Occurrences in the Arno River Basin. Remote Sens. 2014, 6, 6817-6843; doi:10.3390/rs6086817
5. Bai SB, Wang J, Thiebes B, Cheng C, Yang YP. （2014）. Analysis of the relationship of landslide occurrence with rainfall: a case study of Wudu County, China. Arabian Journal of Geosciences. 7:1277–1285.
6. Bai SB, Wang J, Thiebes B, Cheng C, Chang ZY. （2014）. Susceptibility assessments of the Wenchuan earthquake-triggered landslides in Longnan using logistic regression. Environmental Earth Sciences. 71:731–743
7. Bai S.B., Wang J., Zhou P. G. （2013）. Pre-conditioning factors and susceptibility assessments of Wencuan earthquake landslide at the Zhouqu segment of Bailongjiang Basin, China. Journal of the Geological Society of India. 11(82):1-8.
8. Bai S.B., Cheng C.,Wang J, Thiebes B., Z.G. Zhang. （2013）. Regional scale rainfall- and earthquake-triggered landslide susceptibility assessment in Wudu County, China. Journal of Mountain Science. 10(5):743–753.
9. Bai S. B., Wang J., Zhang Z,G., Chen C., (2012). Combined landslide susceptibility mapping after WenChuan Earthquake at the Zhouqu segment in the Bailongjiang Basin, China, Catena, 99:18-25.
10. Bai S. B., Lu G.N., Wang J., L. Ding, Zhou, P. G. (2011). GIS-based rare events logistic regression for landslide susceptibility mapping of Lianyungang, China. Environmental Earth Sciences. 62:139-149.
11. Bai S. B., Wang J., Lu G.N., Zhou, P. G.., Hou, S. S., Xu S.N. (2010). GIS-based and logistic regression for landslide susceptibility mapping of Zhongxian segment in the Three Gorge area, China. Geomorphology. 115: 23-31.
12. Bai S. B., Wang J., Lu G.N., Zhou, P. G., Hou, S. S., Xu S.N. (2009). GIS-based and data-driven bivariate landslide susceptibility mapping in the Three Gorges area, China. Pedosphere. 2009, 19(1): 14-20.
13. Thiebes B., Wang J., Bai S. B., Li J.B. (2013). Terrestrial laserscanning of tidal flats—a case study in Jiangsu Province, China. Journal of Coastal Conservation. (2013) 17:813–823
14. Zhang F. Y., Liu G., Chen W. W, Han W. F., Bai S. B. (2010). Engineering geology and stability of the Jishixia landslide, Yellow River, China. Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment. 69(1):99-103.
15. Wang J., Bai C.G., Xu Y. H., Bai S. B. (2010). Tidal Couplet Formation and Preservation, and Criteria for Discriminating Storm-Surge Sedimentation on the Tidal Flats of Central Jiangsu Province, China, Journal of Coastal Research. 26(5): 976-981.
16. Wang J , Bai S. B., Liu P. (2009). Channel sedimentation and erosion of the Jiangsu reach of the Yangtze River during the last 44 years, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 34 (12): 1587-1593.
17. Wang J., Raisbeck G., Xu X. B., Yiou F., Bai S. B. (2006). In situ cosmogenic 10Be dating of the Quaternary glaciations in the southern Shaluli Mountain on the Southeastern Tibetan Planeau. Science in China D: Earth Sciences. 49(12):1291-1298.
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