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Yonggen Zhang
Subsurface Hydrology Computational Group

News:


  • [December 10-15, 2017] Yonggen attended ISMC pre-AGU meeting and AGU Fall Meeting 2017 in New Orleans and gave an oral and poster presentation entitled "Parameter Estimation for Vadose Zone Using Pedotransfer Functions and Inverse Modeling".

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  • [December, 2016] Yonggen attended AGU Fall Meeting 2016 in San Francisco and gave a presentation entitled "Evaluation of soil pedotransfer functions in earth system models".


  • [July 19-25, 2016] Yonggen drove from Princeton University, NJ to Flagstaff, AZ crossing 13 States in the US with Bo.




  • [June, 2016] Yonggen attended 2016 Chinese Environmental Scholars Forum at Princeton University.


  • [December, 2015] Yonggen attended AGU Fall Meeting 2015 in San Francisco and gave a poster presentation entitled "Data Assimilation for Vadose Zone Flow Modeling Using the Ensemble Kalman Filter".


  • [July, 2015] Yonggen drove from from Tucson to Grand Canyon National Park (NP), Bryce Canyon NP, Arches NP, Salt Lake City, Grand Teton NP, Yellowstone NP, Yosemite NP, and Los Angeles crossing 6 States with his friends.



  • [May 4-8, 2015] Marcel attened the 3rd Brazilian Soil Physics Meeting and gave an invited keynote presentation entitled "Pedotransfer Functions Assisted Inversion of Vadose Zone Flow Models" in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil. Yonggen is the second author.



  • [December, 2014] Yonggen attended AGU Fall Meeting 2014 in San Francisco and gave a poster presentation entitled "Improved Rosetta Pedotransfer Estimation of Hydraulic Properties and Their Covariance".


  • [December, 2013] Yonggen attended AGU Fall Meeting 2013 in San Francisco and gave a poster presentation entitled "Evaluation of a Heterogeneity Preserving Inversion Method for Subsurface Unsaturated Flow".



  • [December, 2012] Yonggen attended AGU Fall Meeting 2012 in San Francisco and gave a poster presentation entitled "Effectiveness of Hydraulic Parameterization Strategies for Simulating Moisture Dynamics in a Deep Semi­Arid Vadose Zone".