LIU Yanju

LIU Yanju(柳艳菊) Senior Researcher

National Climate Center
China Meteorological Administration
No.46 Zhongguancun Nandajie, Haidian, Beijing 100081, China
Tel: 0086-10-68409719
Cell: 0086-13520921596
E-mail: liuyanj@cma.gov.cn

Honors

2007 China Association for Science and Technology 4th Award of Outstanding Academic Papers
First prize of 2012 Marine Science and Technology Award by Chinese society of Oceanography, China Pacific Society and China Society of Marine Limnology
2014 ISTIC Frontrunner 5000 (Top Articles in Outstanding S&T Journals of China
2015 ISTIC Frontrunner 5000 (Top Articles in Outstanding S&T Journals of China
2016 ISTIC Frontrunner 5000 (Top Articles in Outstanding S&T Journals of China
Second prize of 2016 Science China Earth Sciences Award for Hot Papers
2019 Advance in Atmospheric Sciences(AAS) Esteemed Paper Prize
2019 Arid Area Research Award for Top 10 Excellent Papers

Education

Sept.1991-Jun.1995 B.S. in agricultural meteorology, Department of Applied Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology
Sept.1995-Jun.1980 M.S. in climatology, Department of Atmospheric Science, Nanjing University
Sept.1995-Jun.1998 Ph.D. in meteorology, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Work Experience

Jul.1998-Sept.2001 Project management, Science and Technology Department, National Climate Center
Oct.2001-Jul.2005 Climate and climate change research, National Climate Center
Apr.2004-Aug.2004 Simulation and prediction of monsoon research, Bureau of Australian Meteorology
Aug.2004-Sept.2004 International Workshop on Climate System and Climate Change Research, National Climate Center
Aug.2005-May2009 Climate and climate change research, National Climate Center
Aug.2006-Aug.2006 Tropical seasonal predictability research and application training, International Centre of Theoretical Physics
Aug.2006-Present Climate monitoring, diagnosis and prediction research, National Climate Center

Research Fields

1. Diagnosis and prediction of climate
2. Climate change
3. Atmospheric pollution

Recent Main Projects

1. Premier’s Fund-Special Project for Air Pollution Control (Grant No.DQGG0104)
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China project (Grant No.41790471)
3. Second Tibetan Plateau Scientific Expedition and Research (STEP) Program project (Grant No.2019QZKK0102)
4. Third Tibetan Plateau Scientific Experiment (TIPEX-III) project: Observations of Boundary Layer and Troposphere (Grant No.GYHY201406001)
5. Project supported by the National Basic Research Development (973) Program of China (Grant No. 2012CB417205)
6. The Strategic Priority Research Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Grant No. XDA20100304).
7. China Special Foundation for Meteorological Research (Grant No.GYHY201006038)
8. Project supported by National Science and Technology Support Program (Grant No. 2009BAC51B02)

Publications

In English:
1. Jing Wang#, Yanju Liu#, Yihui Ding*, Ping Wu, Zhiwei Zhu, Ying Xu, Qiaoping Li, Yingxian Zhang, Jinhai He, Julian X. L. Wang, and Li Qi (2020). “Impacts of climate anomalies on the interannual and interdecadal variability of autumn and winter haze in North China: A review.” International Journal of Climatology, 40 (10), DOI: 10.1002/joc.6471.
2. Liu Y. J., Ding Y. H., Zhang Y. X., et al. (2017). “Role of a warm and wet transport conveyor of Asian Summer Monsoon in a Beijing heavy rainstorm on July 21, 2012.” Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 23 (3), 302-313; DOI:1006-8775(2017)03-0302-12.
3. Liu Y. J., Ding Y. H., and Song Y. X. et al. (2011). “Relationship between the Meiyu over the Yangtze-Huaihe River Basins and the frequencies of tropical cyclone genesis in the Western North Pacific.” Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 89, 141-152; DOI: 10.2151/jmsj.2011-A09
4. Liu Y. J., Y. H. Ding, Y. F. Song, and J. Zhang (2009). “Climatological characteristics of the moisture budget and their anomalies over the joining area of Asia and Indian-Pacific Ocean.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 26 (4), 642-655; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-009-9010-x
5. Liu Y. J. and Y. H. Ding (2007). “Analysis of basic features of the onset of the Asian summer Monsoon.” Acta Meteor. Sinica, 21(3):257-276.
6. Liu Y. J. and Y. H. Ding (2007). “Sensitivity study of the South China Sea summer monsoon in 1998 to different cumulus parameterization schemes.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 24 (3), 360-376.
7. Liu Y. J. and Y. H. Ding and N. Zhao (2005). “A study on the meso-scale convective systems as well as their feedback effect during the summer monsoon onset over the South China Sea in 1998. Part I: effect of large-scale fields on meso-scale convective systems.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 21(3), 257-276.
8. Liu Y. J., and Y. H. Ding (2005). “A study on the Meso-scale convective systems as well as their feedback effect during the summer monsoon onset over the South China Sea in 1998. Part II: Effect of meso-scale convective systems on large-scale fields.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 21(3), 257-276.
9. Jing Wang, Yanju Liu*, and Yihui Ding (2020). “On the connection between interannual variations of winter haze frequency over Beijing and different ENSO flavors.” Science of the Total Environment, 740, 140109; DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140109.
10. Jing Wang, Yanju Liu*, and Yihui Ding (2020). “Interdecadal relationship between the wintertime haze frequency over Beijing and mega-ENSO.” Atmospheric Science Letters, DOI: 10.1002/asl.1007.
11. Ying Xu, Yanju Liu*, Zhenyu Han, Botao Zhou, Yihui Ding, Jie Wu, Tongfei Tian, Rouke Li, and Jing Wang (2020). “Influence of human activities on wintertime haze-related meteorological conditions over the Jing-Jin-Ji region.” Engineering, DOI: 10.1016/j.eng.2020.03.015.
12. Wu, P., Y. H. Ding, and Y. J. Liu*(2017). “Atmospheric circulation and dynamic mechanism for persistent haze events in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 34(4), 429-440; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-016-6158-z.
13. Song Y. F., Y. J. Liu*, and Y. Ding (2012). “A study of surface humidity changes in China during the recent 50 year.” Acta. Meteor. Sinica, 26 (5), 541-553.
14. Wu P., Ding Y., Liu Y.J., and Li X. (2019). “The characteristics of moisture recycling and its impact on regional precipitation against the background of climate warming over Northwest China.” Int J Climatol., 1-15. https://DOI.org/10. 1002/joc.6136.
15. Ding Y. H., Y. J. Liu, Y. Song, and J. Zhang (2015). “From MONEX to the global monsoon: Evolutionary monsoon systems.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 32(1); DOI: 10.1007/s00376-014-0008
16. Ding Y. H., and Y. J. Liu (2014). “Analysis of long-term variations of fog and haze in China in recent 50 years and their relations with atmospheric humidity.” Science China: Earth Sciences, 57, 1-6; DOI:10.1007/s11430-013-4792-1.
17. Ding Y., Y. Liu, S. Liang, et al. (2014). “Inter-decadal variability of the East Asian winter monsoon and its possible links to global climate change.” J. Meteor. Res., 28 (5), 693-713, DOI:10.1007/s13351-014-4046-y.
18. Ding Y.H, Y. J. Liu, Y. Sun, and Y. F. Song (2010). “Weakening of the Asian summer monsoon and its impact on the precipitation pattern in China.” Water Resources Development, 26 (3), 423-439.
19. Ding Y.H., and Y. J. Liu (2001). “Onset and the evolution of the summer monsoon over the South China Sea during the SCSMEX field experiment in 1998.” J. Meteor. Soc.Japan, 79 (1B), 255-276.
20. Ding, Y., Liang, P., Liu, Y., & Zhang, Y. (2020). “Multiscale variability of Meiyu and its prediction: A new review.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125, e2019JD031496.https://DOI.org/10.1029/2019JD031496.
21. Zhang X., Xu X., Ding Y., Liu Y., Zhang H., Wang Y., and Zhong J. (2019). “The impact of meteorological changes from 2013 to 2017 on PM2.5mass reduction in key regions in China.” Science China Earth Sciences, 62, https://DOI.org/10.1007/s11430-019-9343-3.
22. Hu Y., D. Si, Y. Liu, and L. Zhao (2016). “Investigation on moisture transports, budgets and sources responsible for the decadal variability of precipitation in southern China.” J. Meteorol, 22(3), 402-412.
23. Song Y., D. Chen, Y. Liu, and Y. Xu (2012). “The influence of climate change on winter wheat during 2012-2100 under A2 and A1B scenarios in China.” Adv. Clim. Res., 3(3), 138-146.
24. Ding Y.H., C.Y. Li, and Y.J. Liu (2004). “Overview of the South China Sea monsoon experiment.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 21(3), 343-360.
25. Li L., C. Wang, X. Fu, and Y.J. Liu (2015). “The possible influence of tropical subsurface temperature anomalies on summer precipitation in eastern China.” Int. J. Climatol., 35, 2441-2450.
26. Hu Y., P. Zhai, L. Liu, Y. Chen, and Y.J. Liu (2015). “Dominant large-scale atmospheric circulation systems for the extreme precipitation over the western Sichuan Basin in summer 2013.” Advances in Meteorology, 1-10.
27. Zhao L., Y. Zhu, H. Liu, X. Liu, and Y.J. Liu (2015). “A stable snow-atmosphere coupled mode.” Clim. Dyn. , DOI10.1007/s00382-115-2952-z.
28. Song Y., Wang C., W. Linderholm, Tian J., Shi Y., Xu J., and Liu Y.J. (2019). “ Agricultural adaptation to global warming in the Tibetan Plateau.” Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 16, 3686; DOI:10.3390/ijerph16193686.
In Chinese:
29. Liu Yanju, Yan Junyue, and Ding Yihui (2008). “South China Sea summer monsoon anomaly and its impact on atmospheric and marine elements in the South China Sea and its surrounding areas.” Acta Oceanographica Sinica, 30 (6), 39-50.
30. Liu Yanju, Yan Junyue, and Song Yanling (2008). “Characteristics of climate change in Xisha area of South China Sea in recent 50 years.” Geoscience, 28 (6), 804-808.
31. Liu Yanju, Ding Yihui, Keenan T., and Sun Aidong (2005). “Assessment of the prediction capability of the poama air sea coupled model for the South China Sea summer monsoon in 2003 and 2004.”Acta tropicalis Sinica, 24 (5), 19-30.
32. Liu Yanju, Ding Yihui, and Song Yanling (2005). “Water vapor transport and Water Vapor Budget in the South China Sea before and after the onset of the 1998 summer monsoon.” Acta Tropica Sinica, 21 (1), 55-62.
33. Liu Yanju, and Ding Yihui (2000). “Evolution characteristics of atmospheric stratification and mixing layer before and after the onset of South China Sea monsoon.” Climate and Environment Studies, 5 (4), 459-468.
34. Liu Yanju, Ma Kaiyu, and Lin Zhenshan (2000). “Estimation of climate noise of monthly precipitation in China.” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 11 (2), 165-172.
35. Liu Yanju, Ma Kaiyu, and Li Yongkang (1998). “Rainy season precipitation anomaly and drought/flood trend in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River.” Journal of Nanjing University, 34 (6), 701-711.
36. Liu Yanju, and Ma Kaiyu (1996). “Discussion on statistical interpretation and forecast method of typhoon rainstorm in the South China Sea.” Meteorological Science, 16 (2),173-177.
37. Li duo, Liu Yanju*, and Wang Zunya (2017). “Interannual variation of the beginning and ending dates of the first flood season in South China and its relationship with precipitation in the first flood season.” Geographic Sciences, 37 (1), 154-16.
38. Wu Ping, Ding Yihui, and Liu Yanju* (2017). “A new study on the impact of El Nino events on summertime water vapor transport and precipitation distribution in China.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 75 (3), 371-383.
39. Wu Ping, Ding Yihui, Liu Yanju *, and Li Xiucang (2016). “Relationship between the formation of winter haze days in central and eastern China and East Asian Winter Monsoon and atmospheric humidity.” Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 74 (3), 352-366.
40. Wang Mei, Zheng Youfei, Liu Yanju *, Li Qiaoping, and Ding Yihui (2019). “Variation characteristics of ozone and its relationship with meteorological factors in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei.” Chinese Environmental Science, 39 (7), 2689-2698.
41. Ding Yihui, Liu Yanju, and Song Yafang (2020). “East Asian summer monsoon water vapor transport belt and its impact on heavy rain and flood disasters in China.” Advances in Water Science, 5, 629-643.
42. Ding Yihui, Liu Yanju, and Song Yafang (2020). “East Asian summer monsoon water vapor transport belt and its impact on heavy rain and flood disasters in China.” Advances in Water Science, https://kns.cnki.net/kcms/detail/32.1309.P.20200615.1534.002.html
43. Ren Guoyu, Liu Yanju, Sun Xiubao, et al. (2016). “Temporal and spatial variation of precipitation in Mainland China.” Advances in water science, 27 (3), 327-348.
44. Ding Yihui, Liu Yanju, Liang Sujie, et al. (2014). “Interdecadal variation of East Asian Winter Monsoon and its possible relationship with global climate change.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 72 (5), 835-852.
45. Ding Yihui, and Liu Yanju (2014). “Long term variation characteristics of fog and haze and their relationship with atmospheric humidity in China in recent 50 years.” Chinese Science: Geoscience, 44 (1), 37-48.
46. Ren Guoyu, Yuan Jiangyu, Liu Yanju, et al. (2016). “Precipitation variation in arid areas of Northwest China.” Arid Area Research, 33 (1), 1-19.
47. Zhang Jingwen, Li Dongliang, and Liu Yanju (2015). “Relationship between North Pacific SST anomalies in early spring and polar vortices in winter.” Meteorological Science, 35 (1), 52-59.
48. Li Liping, Guan Yu, and Liu Yanju (2014). “Effects of low-frequency water vapor transport on low-frequency precipitation anomalies in the first flood season of South China in 2010.” ACTA Tropica Sinica, 30 (3), 423-431.
49. Zhang Jingwen, Li Dongliang, Liu Yanju (2014). “New features of polar vortex evolution in the northern hemisphere and its impact on winter temperature in China.” Plateau Meteorology, 33 (3), 721-732.
50. Song Yanling, Cai Wenyue, Liu Yanju, and Zhang cunjie (2014). “Drought changes in Southwest China and its impact on rice yield in Guizhou.” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 25 (5), 550-558.
51. Ding Yihui, Li Chongyin, and Liu Yanju (2002). “Experimental study on the South China Sea monsoon.” Climate and Environment Studies, 7, 202-208.
52. Chen Huaming, Zhou Bing, Zhong hailing, and Liu Yanju (2014). “Climate characteristics of the 2011 spring drought in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River.” Resources and Environment of the Yangtze River Basin, 23 (1), 139-145.
53. Ding Yihui, Li Yi, Wang Zunya, Si Dong, and Liu Yanju (2020). “Interdecadal variation of Afro-Asian summer monsoon: coordinated effect of AMO (Atlantic multi-decadal oscillation) and (PDO) Pacific decadal oscillation.” ACTA Atmospheric Sciences, 43 (1), 20-32.
54. Ren Guoyu, Ren Yuyu, Jun Yun Jian, Sun Xiubao, Liu Yanju, Chen Yu, and Wang Tao (2015). “Temporal and spatial variation of precipitation in Chinese mainland. II. Modern change trend.” Advances in Water Science, 26 (4), 451-465.
55. Li Liping, Xu Guanyu, Chen Liping, Zhang Kaimei, and Liu Yanju (2012). “Characteristics and variation analysis of extreme precipitation in South China after flood season.” ACTA Atmospheric Sciences, 35 (5), 570-577.
56. Ren Guoyu, Jun Yun Jian, Ren Yuyu, Chen Yu, Wang Tao, Liu Yanju, and Sun Xiubao (2015). “Temporal and spatial variation of precipitation in mainland China - I. climatological characteristics.” Advances in Water Science, 26 (3), 299-310.
57. Zhai Panmao, Yu Rong, Guo Yanjun, Li Qingxiang, Ren Xuejuan, Wang Yaqiang, Xu Wenhui, Liu Yanju, and Ding Yihui (2016). “2015/2016 strong El Nino process and its main impacts on global and Chinese climate.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 74 (3), 309-321.

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