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Shahzad Ali

发布时间:2020-04-08 字体大小 T |T

1. Basic information

Shahzad Ali, male, born in April 1988, Peshawar City, KPK Province, Pakistan, PhD, Young Researcher, Master's degree supervisor and member of Grasslands livestock production system team.  

Research focus: Mainly engaged in research on water-saving practice and theory of crop, crop cultivation and dry-land farming system, dynamics of soil-plant-livestock interaction under rain-fed conditions, agricultural water management, grassland grazing management, remote sensing climate change and big data analysis.

Expertise: Agronomy, Crop cultivation and dry-land farming system, Remote sensing climate change and big data analysis, Grassland and grazing practices

2. Education and work experience

  1. 2020.4-present, Young Researcher, College of Grassland Agricultural Science and Technology, Lanzhou University, Research Institute of Grass and Livestock Production System Regulation, China
  2. 2018.6-2020.3: Postdoctoral Researcher, Remote Sensing, Climate Change and Big Data Analysis, Qingdao University, China
  3. 2015.6-2018.6: Ph.D degree in Crop Cultivation and Farming System, Northwest A&F University, China
  4. 2012.2-2014.1: Master's degree in Agronomy, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan
  5. 2008.2-2011.12: Bachelor Degree in Agronomy, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan

3. Scientific research projects

  1. China postdoctoral science foundation funding of China: A study on one belt and one road temporal and spatial characteristics of drought with multi-source satellite remote sensing and ground observation (2018M6414); Starting and ending years: 2018.11-2020.2, 50,000 Yuan.
  2. University-level Special fund for postdoctoral scientific research from Qingdao University: Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Drought in the Belt and Road Region Based on Big Data from Satellite Remote Sensing Information; beginning and ending years: 2018.12-2020.2, 50,000 Yuan.

4. Distinctions

1.     Win the Chinese government scholarship for Ph.D study.

2.     Silver medal in Master's Agronomy Department, The university of Agriculture, Peshawar.

3.     Browns medal in Bachelor Agronomy Department, The university of Agriculture, Peshawar.

5. Publications

More them 50 SCI academic papers has been published in various well-known academic journals, 17 papers have been published as the first author with total impact factor of 156, and served as a reviewer in more than 10 well-known journals.

  1. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., Kamran, M., & Dong, Z., et al. (2017). Planting patterns and supplemental irrigation strategies to improve wheat production and water use efficiency under simulated rainfall conditions. Front. Plant Sci. 8:1408. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01408.
  2. Ali, S., Jan, A., Zhang, P., Khan, M. N., Cai, T., & Wei, T., et al. (2016). Effects of ridge-covering mulches on soil water storage and maize production under simulated rainfall in semiarid regions of china. Agricultural Water Management, 178, 1-11.
  3. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Dong, Z., et al. (2018).Cultivation techniques combined with deficit irrigation improves winter wheat photosynthetic characteristics, dry matter translocation and water use efficiency under simulated rainfall conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 201, 207-218.
  4. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Dong, Z., et al. (2018). The ridge furrow cropping technique indirectly improves seed filling endogenous hormonal changes and winter wheat production under simulated rainfall conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 204, 138-148.
  5. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Dong, Z., et al. (2018). Interactive effects of planting models with limited irrigation on soil water, temperature, respiration and winter wheat production under simulated rainfall conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 204, 198-211.
  6. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Jia, Q., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Jia, Z., et al. (2018). Interactive effects of plastic film mulching with supplemental irrigation on winter wheat photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence and yield under simulated precipitation conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 207, 1-14.
  7. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Jia, Q., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Jia, Z., et al. (2018). Ridge-Furrow Mulched with Plastic Film Improve the Anti-oxidative Defence System and Photosynthesis in Leaves of Winter Wheat under Deficit Irrigation. PLOS ONE, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0200277.
  8. Ali, S., Jan, A., Manzoor, Sohail, A., Khan, A., Khan, M. I., Inamullah, Zhang, J., Daur, I. (2018). Soil amendments strategies to improve water-use efficiency and productivity of maize under different irrigation conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 210, 88-95.
  9. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Jia, Q., Ahmad, I., & Jia, Z., et al. (2018). Tillage and deficit irrigation strategies to improves winter wheat production through regulating root development under simulated rainfall conditions. Agricultural Water Management, 209, 44-54.
  10. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ahmad, I., Jia, Q., & Jia, Z., et al. (2018). The ridge-furrow system combined with supplemental irrigation strategies to improves radiation use efficiency and winter wheat productivity in semi-arid regions of China. Agricultural Water Management, 213, 76-86.
  11. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Henchiri, M., Cai, T., Ren, X., Zhang, J., Jia, Z. 2018. Cultivation modes and deficit irrigation strategies to improve 13C carbon isotope, photosynthesis and winter wheat productivity in semi-arid regions. Environmental Science & Pollution Research,  doi.org/10.1007/s11356-018-4036-1.
  12. Ali, S., Malak, H., Fengmei, Y., Jiahua, Z. 2019.  Analysis of vegetation dynamics, drought in relation with climate over South Asia from 1990 to 2011. Environmental Science & Pollution Research,  doi.org/10.1007/s11356-019-04512-8.
  13. Ali, S., Xu, Y., Ma, X., Ahmad, I., & Jia, Z., et al. (2019). Deficit irrigation strategies to improve winter wheat productivity and regulating root growth under different planting patterns. Agricultural Water Management, 219, 1?11.
  14. Ali, S., Tong, D., Xu, Z. T., Malak, H., Wilson, K., Siqi, S., Jiahua, Z. 2019.  Characterization of droughts monitoring events through MODIS and TRMM based DSI and TVDI over South Asia during 2001-2017. Environmental Science & Pollution Research,  doi. 10.1007/s11356-019-06500-4.
  15. Ali, S., Xu, Z. T., Malak, H., Wilson, K., Jiahua, Z. 2019.  Studying of drought phenomena and vegetation trends over South Asia from 1990 to 2015 by using AVHRR and NASA’s MERRA data. Environmental Science & Pollution Research,  doi.org/10.1007/s11356-019-07221-4.
  16. Ali, S., Ma, X., Jia, Q., Ahmad, I., Jia, Z., et al. (2019). Supplemental irrigation strategy for improving grain filling, economic return, and production in winter wheat under the ridge and furrow rainwater harvesting system. Agricultural Water Management, 226, 105842.
  17. Ali, S., Malak, H., Zhang, S., Kalisa, W., Bai, Y.,   Fengmei, Y., Jiahua, Z. 2020. A time series of land cover maps of South Asia from 2001 to 2015 generated using AVHRR GIMMS NDVI3g data. Environmental Science & Pollution Research,  doi.org/10.1007/s11356-020-08433-9.
  18. Jia, Q., Chen, K., Chen, Y., Ali, S., Manzoor, & Sohail, A., et al. (2018). Mulch covered ridges affect grain yield of maize through regulating root growth and root-bleeding sap under simulated rainfall conditions.  Soil & Tillage Research 175, 101?111.
  19. Jia, Q., Sun, L., Ali, S., Liu, D., Yan, Z., & Ren, X., et al. (2017). Deficit irrigation and planting patterns strategies to improve maize yield and water productivity at different plant densities in semi-arid regions: Scientific Reports, 7(1), 13881. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-14133-1.
  20. Keyuan, C., Ali, S., Yanyun, C., Manzoor, Amir, S., Amanullah, J., Inamullah, Shah, F. 2018. Effect of ridge-covering mulching materials on hormonal changes, antioxidative enzyme activities and production of maize in semi-arid regions of China. Agricultural Water Management, 204, 281-291.

Students from Grassland and Pastoral Science, Crop Cultivation and Farming System, Agronomy, Biology, Remote Sensing Big Data Analysis and other related professional backgrounds are welcome to apply for the Master's and Undergraduates degree.

Email: alis@lzu.edu.cn; shahzadali320@aup.edu.pk

Mailing address: College of Grassland Agricultural Science and Technology, Lanzhou University, No.768 Jiayuguan West Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou 730020, China

 

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