Book Chapters

  1. Fang, Xing, Peter C. Jacobson, Liping Jiang, William R. Herb, Heinz G. Stefan, Donald L. Pereira, and Lucinda B. Johnson, 2021. “Understanding Effects of Climate Change and Eutrophication on Fish Habitat in Glacial Lakes of the Midwest States and Management Strategies”, in "Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation", Third edition, Editors-in-Chief: Maximilian Lackner, Baharak Sajjadi, and Wei-Yin Chen.  DOI:, Springer, New York, NY.
  2. Vamsi K. Sridharan, Steven C. McCutcheon, Nigel W.T. Quinn, Harry X. Zhang, Saurav Kumar, Ebrahim Ahmadisharaf, Xing Fang, and Andrew Parker, 2021. “Chapter 11 Model Selection and Application for TMDL Development”. InTotal Maximum Daily Load Analysis and Modeling: Models, Methods, and Resources” edited by Harry X. Zhang, Nigel W.T. Quinn, Deva K. Borah, and G. Padmanabhan, ASCE TMDL Analysis and Modeling Task Committee under Watershed Management Technical Committee of Watershed Council. ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice (MOP 150). Related Book by the committe "Total Maximum Daily Load Analysis and Modeling: Assessment of the Practice " at and information for the book.    
  3. Fang, Xing, Heinz G. Stefan, Liping Jiang, Peter C. Jacobson, and Donald L. Pereira, 2015. “Projected Impacts of Climatic Changes on Cisco Oxythermal Habitat in Minnesota and Management Strategies”, in “Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Second edition, Volume 1 (part II), pages 657-722” Editors-in-Chief: Wei-Yin Chen, John M. Seiner, Toshio Suzuki, and Maximilian Lackner, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-14409-2, Springer.
  4. Heinz G. Stefan, Fang, Xing, and John S. Gulliver 2012.  “Chapter 11. Lake and Reservoir Fate and Transport of Chemicals”, in the volume of “Transport and Fate of Chemicals in the Environment”, pages 241–286, “Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology” Editor-in-Chief Dr. Robert A. Meyers, and Editor for the volume, Dr. John G. Gulliver, Springer.
  5. Fang, Xing, and Heinz G. Stefan, 2012.  “Chapter 16, Impacts of Climatic Changes on Water Quality and Fish Habitat in Aquatic Systems”,  in “Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation, Volume 1, pages 531-570” Editors-in-Chief : Wei-Yin Chen,  John M. Seiner, Toshio Suzuki, and Maximilian Lackner, Springer.
  6. Fang, Xing, Ni-Bin Chang, Ming-Kuo Lee, and Lorraine W. Wolf, 2009. “Chapter 3, Environmental Assessment of Using Stone Quarries as Part of Integrative Water Supply System in Fast Growing Urban Regions”   in “ Effects for Urbanization on Groundwater: An Engineering Case-based Approach for Sustainable Development” Editor Ni-Bin Chang, 2010, ASCE, p. 26-50.
  7. Xing Fang and Heinz G. Stefan, 2002. “Flow in Open Channels” in “Fluid Flow Handbook,” Editor Jamal Saleh, McGraw-Hill.

Invited Papers (Entries) for Books and Journals

  1. Jay H. Lehr (Chief Editor) and Jack Keeley, 2005 “Water Encyclopedia”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.  I contributed six entries (1000 to 4000 words for each) under Surface and Agricultural Water (Volume) in my specialized areas: (1) Culvert design, (2) Hydraulics of pressurized flow, (3) Open channel design, (4) Streamflow, (5) Water turbine, and (6) Storage and detention facilities.
  2. Su Dehui and Xing Fang, 2004.  “Estimating Traveling Time of Flat Terrain by 2-Dimensional Overland Flow Model”.  In “Shallow Flows,” Editors Gerhard Jirka and Wim Uijttewaal, Balkema Publishers.
  3. Fang X., R. Shrestha, A.W. Gorger, J. Lin, and M. Jao, 2007.  “Simulation of Impacts of Streamflow and Climate Conditions on Amistad Reservoir.”  Invited paper for the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education. Published by the Universities Council On Water Resources (UCOWR), USA, 137 (September, 2007):14-20.
  4. Jiliang Liu, Zhengzhong Wang, and Xing Fang, 2012. Closure to “Iterative Formulas and Estimation Formulas for Computing Normal Depth of Horseshoe Cross-Section Tunnel” by Jiliang Liu, Zhengzhong Wang, and Xing Fang. ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 138(8):787-790, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000473.
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