Xubin Zeng
Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Agnese Nelms Haury Chair in Environment
Director, Climate Dynamics and Hydrometeorology Center
(520) 621-4782

Through over 130 peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Zeng's research interests include land-atmosphere-ocean interface processes, climate modeling, hydrometeorology, remote sensing, and nonlinear dynamics. He has given over 90 invited talks at conferences and institutions. His research products (including computer models, algorithms, and value-added global datasets) have been used by major national and international research centers and numerous groups worldwide. He also co-founded the Hydrometeorology M.S. and Ph.D. Program, which is the first such program in the U.S. He is a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), a Corresponding Member of the China Science Center of the International Eurasian Academy of Sciences, Agnese N. Haury Chair in Environment at UA, a Galileo Circle Fellow of the UA College of Science, and the Honorary Commander of the 25th Operational Weather Squadron, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson. Dr. Zeng also received the Special Creativity Award in 2014 from the National Science Foundation. He has held numerous leadership positions at national and international organizations and committees, including service on the National Academies Board on Atmospheric Science and Climate.

Research Themes: 
Modeling and simulation
Climate and Adaptation
Climate change
Climate variability
Climatology
Drought
Dynamics
Extreme events
Floods
Global warming
Land use
Meteorology
Phenology
Remote sensing
Water resources
Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing
Algorithm development
Data analysis
Data cleaning and information extraction
Data visualization
Data-fusion technology
Information theory
Mathematical and system dynamics modeling
Natural Environment and Biodiversity
Carbon cycling
Terrestrial ecology
Water
Climate change impacts
Ecohydrology
Hydrometeorology
Water-energy nexus

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