WANG, Bin

Bin Wang

Research interests

  • Modelling impact of climate change and variability on cropping systems
  • Understanding and assessing the variability of climate extremes
  • Analysis and mapping of areas of wheat crop using machine learning methods

Background

Bin Wang joined NSW DPI in October 2013 to conduct his PhD work under co-supervision of Professor Qiang Yu (UTS) and Dr De Li Liu (NSW DPI). He is good at computer programming and crop simulation model with experience of data analysis using different tools. His PhD project is on simulating changes in wheat yield and water use efficiency using APSIM model based on statistical downscaling climate data under two future projection scenarios RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 and developing adaptation strategies to climate change in the New South Wales wheat belt.

Qualifications

  • BSc Nanjing Agricultural University
  • PhD candidate UTS
  • Current projects
  • Enhanced Drought Information System

Recent publications

Du Y, X Guo, G Cao, B Wang, G Pan, DL Liu 2016. Simulation and prediction of nitrous oxide emission by the water and nitrogen management model on the Tibetan plateau. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 65 49-56.

Wang B, DL Liu, I Macadam, LV Alexander, G Abramowitz, Q Yu 2016. Multi-model ensemble projections of future extreme temperature change using a statistical downscaling method in south eastern Australia. Climatic Change 1-14.

Wang B, C Chen, DL Liu, S Asseng, Q Yu, X Yang 2015. Effects of climate trends and variability on wheat yield variability in eastern Australia. Climate Research 64 173-186.

Wang B, DL Liu, S Asseng, I Macadam, Q Yu 2015. Impact of climate change on wheat flowering time in eastern Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 209 11-21.

Anwar MR, DL Liu, R Farquharson, I Macadam, A Abadi, J Finlayson, B Wang, T Ramilan 2015. Climate change impacts on phenology and yields of five broadacre crops at four climatologically distinct locations in Australia. Agricultural Systems 132 133-144.

Wang B, DL Liu, I Macadam, LV Alexander, G Abramowitz, Q Yu 2015.  Multi-model ensemble projections of future extreme temperature change using a statistical downscaling method in eastern Australia. MODSIM2015, Gold Coast; 11/2015.

Fields of research

  • 070103 Agricultural Production Systems Simulation
  • 070105 Agricultural Systems Analysis and Modelling

Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC)

Keyword/phrase list of research interests

  • Crop modelling
  • Climate change and variability
  • Climate extremes
  • Adaptation options

Contact details

Email: bin.a.wang@dpi.nsw.gov.au
Location: Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute