Tang Shouzheng, male, Han nationality, is a native of Shaodong, Hunan Province. He graduated from the Forestry Department of Beijing Forestry College in 1963 and obtained a doctorate degree from the Mathematics Department of Beijing Normal University in 1985. Tang completed postdoctoral research at New Brunswick University in Canada in 1986. He is an academician and forest manager scientist.
Tang directed research on forest resource monitoring, forest resource management, and biological statistics. He served as a researcher for the Resource Information Research Institute at the China Forestry Science Research Academy and later designed remote sensing data-based quantitative forest cumulative survey methods – this proved the average value of diameters at various directions of trees measured by caliper scales.
In the 1980s, he proposed a guanglin-age transfer matrix model predicting the trend of large-area forest resources. Tang deduced a self-sparse equation of same-age pure forests. In 1995, he was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
|1995—||Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences|
|Researcher, Chinese Academy of Forestry Sciences, Natural Resources Information Institute|
|1986—????||Postdoctorate Student, University of New Brunswick Canada, New Brunswick|
|1985||Graduate, Beijing Normal University, Mathematics Department Beijing Municipality (Received Doctorate)|
|1963||Graduate, Beijing Forestry College Beijing Municipality|