The Meteorological Disaster Risk Management Division (RMD) was established in 2016. Its mandatory function covers meteorological disaster risk monitoring, (pre-) assessment, zoning, as well as sector-, industry- and project-specific impact assessment.
Currently, it has 21 full-time employees: 6 research professors and 12 research associate professors.
Major Operations and Research Orientations:
（1）Establishing identification index for regional meteorological disaster events and conducting integrated assessments on disaster events from the dimensions of disaster impact area, intensity and duration;
（2）Building disaster risk (pre-) assessment models based on historical disaster situations and disaster-causing factors, and conducting pre-assessment, process tracking, post-assessment for all disaster events by taking together forecast data on different time scales;
（3）Using impact assessment models to evaluate the impact of meteorological disaster events on specific sectors, industries and key projects.
Professor-Level Senior Engineer Director, Meteorological Disaster Risk Management Division, National Climate Center, CMA