Daojie WANG






No. 9, Block 4, Renminnanlu Road, Chengdu, 610041, People’s Republic of China 




Physical geography, and environmental engineering


2003.09-2009.07, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, PHD.

2000.09-2003.07, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, Master.

1989.09-1993.07, Agricultural University of Southwest, China, Bachelor.


Employment Record (including international working experience )

2011-, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, Research Professor.

2004-2011, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, Associate, Research fellow.

1998-2004, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, Research Assistant.

1993-1998, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, Chengdu, Research Apprentice.

Running Projects

Professor Daojie Wang is a senior professor of soil and water conservation in the Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on the disaster management and ecological restoration by ecological engineering, as well as marginal land use (e.g. debris flow waste-shoal land) in the degraded mountainous area, especially in the debris flow area. Up to now, he has successfully undertaken more than 10 scientific research projects including the National Natural Science Foundation of China: Study on the Mechanism of the Prevention and Control of the Debris Flow by the Nitrogen-fixing Plant (Grants No. 40771025), the Knowledge Innovation Project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences: Interaction Mechanism between debris flow and Environment and key techniques of sediment Control in Hydropower Project (Grants No. KZCX2-YW-302), the National 973 Project, the National Science and Technology Support Program of China: Key technology and demonstration of Ecological Protection and sediment Regulation in Jinsha River cascade hydropower development zone (Grants No. 2012BAC06B02), and the Western Action Plan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Meanwhile, he has published more than 80 scientific publications, mainly published on international journals and conference proceedings, co-authored 1 monograph, and obtained 2 patents of invention.

Academic Society Activities

Expert of Water and Soil Conservation Society in China;

Member of the Planning and Design Committee of the soil and Water Conservation Society in China;

Member of the Professional Committee of soil Geology in China;

Director of Sichuan Geographic Society (China);

Member of Sichuan soil and Water Conservation Society





[1] D.J. Wang, P. Cui, F.H. Su & Y.Y. Zhu. Sediment properties of hyperconcentrated flow and the potential for agricultural improvement of debris flow deposits— A case study on the Jiangjia Ravine, Yunnan Province. Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation. Millpress, 2007.09.725-733. (EI/ISTP)

[2] Weiqiong Yang, Daojie Wang* ,Guojie Chen. Corresponding Reconstruction Strategies After Wenchuan Earthquake in Sichuan, China. Tourism Management, 2011, (32): 949-956. (SCI)

[3] JIAO Zhen, WANG Daojie *, XIE Hong, ZHANG Jinshan, and Guo Linghui. Experimental Analysis of Shear Strength of Undisturbed Soil in Leucaena Forest in Jiangjia Ravine, Yunnan, China, Journal of Mountain Science, 2010, 7(4): 386-395. (SCI)

[4] GUO Ling-hui, WANG Dao-jie *, SUN Xiang-min, et al. Fine root distribution characteristics of different aged Leucaena leucocephala in debris flow source area in Jiangjia gully.  Journal of Mountain Science, 2014, 11(4): 941-949. (SCI)

[5] Song-Tang HE, Dao-Jie WANG*,Shun CHEN, Shu-Juan ZHANG, Shi-Qiu CHANG. Natural Consolidation Characteristics of Viscous Debris Flow Deposition: a preliminary study. Journal of Mountain Science, 2016,13(10): 1723-1734. (SCI)

[6] He, S. , Wang, D. *, Chang, S. , Fang, Y. , & Lan, H. Effects of the morphology of sediment-transporting channels on the erosion and deposition of debris flows. Environmental Earth Sciences, (2018), 77(14), 544. (SCI)

[7] He, S.; Wang, D.*; Li, Y.; Zhao, P. Land Use Changes and Their Driving Forces in a Debris Flow Active Area of Gansu Province, China. Sustainability 2018, 10 (8): 2759. (SCI)

[8] Songtang He, Daojie Wang*, Yong Li, Yingchao Fang, Huijuan Lan, Wenle Chen. Implementation of a landscape ecological use pattern model: Debris flow waste-shoal land use in the Yeyatang Basin, Yunnan Province, China. Land Use Policy, 2019, 81: 483-492. (SSCI)

[9] Songtang He, Daojie Wang*, Yingchao Fang, Huijuan Lan. Guidelines for integrating ecological and biological engineering technologies for control of severe erosion in mountainous areas – A case study of the Xiaojiang River Basin,China[J]. International Soil & Water Conservation Research, 2017, 5(4): 335-344. (CSCD)