CHEN Lijuan

CHEN Lijuan(陈丽娟) Professor / Chief Forecaster / Master Supervisor

Climate Prediction Division
Beijing Climate Center
China Meteorological Administration
No. 46 Zhongguangcun Nandajie, Beijing 100081, China
Tel:  86-10-68407427
Email: chenlj@cma.gov.cn

Honors

1. 2014 China Award for Excellent Meteorological Researchers
2. 2004, 2008, and 2018 CMA Awards for Distinguished Meteorological Service
3. 2004 and 2018 CMA Awards for Excellent Forecasters

Education

Sept.1988-Jul.1992    B.S. in meteorology, Lanzhou University, China
Sept. 1992-Jun.1995   M.S. in meteorology, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
Sept.2002-Jun.2008   PhD in meteorology, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Work Experience

Jul.1995-Aug.1998 Assistant Researcher, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration
Sept.1998-Aug.2002 Assistant Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration
Sept.2002-Apr.2008 Associate Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration
May 2008-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration

Research Fields

Climate prediction method
Climate dynamics
Climate application and service

Recent Main Projects

1. “Research on multi-scale features and prediction methods of summer drought/flood over Huang-Huai Region under global warming conditions”, a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.41275073).
2. “The integrated application of continuous abnormal signal recognition and forecasting technology”, a project supported by the National Key Technology Research and Development Program of China (Grant No.2009BAC51B05).
3. “The research on influence of intro-seasonal oscillation on china’s main low-frequency meteorological disasters and the methods of extended range forecasting”, a project supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program)(2015CB453203).
4. “The change of multi-factor interaction and its influence on the drought and flood disaster in southern China under global warming”, a project supported by the National Basic Research and Development Program of China (973 Program) (2013CB430203).

Publications

1. Wang Zunya, Ding Yihui, Zhou Botao *, and Chen Lijuan (2019). “Comparison of two severe low-temperature snowstorm and ice freezing events in China: role of Eurasian mid-high latitude circulation patterns.” International Journal of Climatology, 40, 3436-3450; DOI:10.1002/joc.6406.
2. Zhi Rong, Zhao Junhu, Zhou Jie, and Chen Lijuan* (2019). “Interdecadal variation of autumn rain of West China and its relationship with atmospheric circulation and sea surface temperature anomalies.” International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.6545.
3. Chen Lijuan, Gong Zhensong, Wu Jie, and Li Weijing (2019). “Extremely active tropical cyclone activities over the western North Pacific and South China Sea in summer 2018: joint effects of decaying La Niña and intraseasonal oscillation.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 33 (4), 1-18; DOI: 10.1007/s13351-019-9009-x.
4. Chen Lijuan, Gu Wei, and Li Weijing (2019). “Why is the East Asian summer monsoon extremely strong in 2018? –collaborative effects of SST and snow cover anomalies.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 33, 593-608; DOI: 10.1007/s13351-019-8200-4
5. Zhao Junhu, Chen Lijuan*, and Wang Dongqian (2018). “Characteristics and causes analysis of abnormal Meiyu in China in 2016 (in Chinese).” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 42 (5), 1055-1066; DOI:10.3878/j.issn.1006-9895. 1708.17170.
6. Zhao Junhu, Chen Lijuan*, and Xiong Kaiguo (2018). “Climate characteristics and influential systems of Meiyu to the south of the Yangtze River based on the new monitoring rules (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 76 (5), 680-698.
7. Liang Ping, Chen Lijuan, Ding Yihui, He Jinhai, and Zhou Bing (2018). “Relationship between long-term variability of Meiyu over the Yangtze River and ocean and Meiyu’s predictability study (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 76 (3), 379-393.
8. Zhao Shuyun, Chen Lijuan*, and Cui Tong (2017). “Effects of ENSO phase-switching on rainy-season precipitation in North China (in Chinese).” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 41 (4), 857-868, DOI :10.3878/j.issn.1006- 9895.1701.16226.
9. Chen Lijuan, Gu Weizong, Bo Zhongkai, and Liu Xiangwen (2017). “The statistical downscaling method of summer rainfall prediction over the Huang-Huai valley (in Chinese).” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 28(2), 129-141.
10. Chen Lijuan, Li Xiang, Li Weijing, and Li Jingxin (2016). “Analysis of different monthly prediction skills over China during the 2015/2016 super El Nino event (in Chinese).” Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 39 (6), 757-765; DOI : 10.13878/j.cnki. dqkxxb.20161007001.
11. Wu Jie, Ren Hong-Li, Zuo Jinqing, Zhao Chongbo, Chen Lijuan, and Li Qiaoping (2016). “MJO prediction skill, predictability, and teleconnection impacts in the Beijing Climate Center Atmospheric General Circulation Model.” Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 75, 78-90.
12. Liu Jingpeng, Li Weijing, Chen Lijuan, et al. (2016). “Estimation of the monthly precipitation predictability limit in China using the nonlinear local Lyapunov exponent.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 30 (1), 93-102; DOI : 10.1007/s13351-015-5049-z
13. Zhang Daquan, and Chen Lijuan (2016). “Bias correction in monthly means of temperature predictions of the dynamic extended range forecast model (in Chinese) .” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 40 (5), 1022-1032; DOI :10.3878/j.issn.1006-9895.1509.15228.
14. Gu Weizong, Chen Lijuan*, Zuo Jinqing, et al. (2016). “Combined effect of multiple factors on the summer rainfall anomalies over the Yellow-Huai River valley in 1992 and 1998 (in Chinese).” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 40 (4), 743-755; DOI :10.3878/j.issn.1006-9895.1510.15179.
15. Liu Jingpeng, Chen Lijuan*, Li Weijing, Zhang Peiqun, and Zuo Jinqing (2016). “ Credibility of monthly temperature predictability limit and its dependence on length of data.” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 26 (2), 151-159.
16. Ding Ting, Chen Lijuan, and Cui Dahai (2016). “Decadal variation of summer precipitation in Northeast China and the associated circulation (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 34 (1), 220-229
17. Ding Ting, and Chen Lijuan (2016). “Circulation pattern for summer precipitation in Northeast China and application of dynamical climate model information (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 34 (4), 1119-1130.
18. Jia Xiaolong, Chen Lijuan, and Luo Jingjia (2014). “Climate prediction experiment for tropical cyclone genesis frequency using the large-scale circulation forecast by a coupled global circulation model.” Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 20 (2), 103-111
19. Gu Wei, Wang Lin, Li Weijing, Chen Lijuan, Sun Chenhu (2014). “Influence of the tropical Pacific east-west thermal contrast on the autumn precipitation in South China.” International Journal of Climatology, 35 (7), DOI: 10.1002/joc.4075.
20. Chen Lijuan, Yuan, Yang Mingzhu, Zuo Jinqing, and Li Weijing (2013). “A review of physical mechanism of the global SSTA impact on EASM (in Chinese).” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 24 (5), 521-532.
21. Chen Lijuan, Gao Hui, Gong Zhensong, Ding Ting, Zhua Xiaying, and Zhang Daquan (2013). “Review of precursory signals of seasonal climate prediction and its application in summer 2012 (in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 39 (9), 1103-1110.
22. Gu Weizong, Chen Lijuan*, Li Weijing, and Chen Deliang (2012). “Development of a downscaling method in China regional summer precipitation prediction (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorological Sinica, 70 (2), 201-212.
23. Ke Zongjian, Zhang Peiqun, Chen Lijuan, et al. (2011). “An experiment of a statistical downscaling forecast model for summer precipitation over China.” Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, 4, 270-275.
24. Jia Xiaolong, Chen Lijuan, Ren Fumin, and Li Chongyin (2011). “Impacts of the MJO on winter rainfall and circulation in China.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 28 (3), 521-533.
25. Gu Weizong, Chen Lijuan*, Li Weijing, and Chen Deliang (2011). “Development of a downscaling method in China regional summer precipitation prediction.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 25 (3), 303-315; DOI : 10.1007/s13351-011-0306-2.
26. Jia Xiaolong, Chen Lijuan, Li Weijing, and Chen Deliang (2011). “Statistical downscaling based on BP-CCA: Predictability and application to the winter temperature and precipitation in China (in Chinese).” ACTA meteorological Sinica, 68(3), 398-410.
27. Chen Lijuan, Chen Deliang, Wang Huijun, and Yan Jinghui (2009). “Regionalization of precipitation regimes in China.” Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, 2 (5), 301-307.
28. Gu Weizong, Chen Lijuan*, Zhang Peiqun, Li Weijing, et al. (2009). “Downscaling precipitation prediction in China based on optimization information extracted from monthly dynamic extended range forecast (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 67 (2), 280-287.
29. Wang Huijun, Chen Lijuan*, Li Weijing et al. (2007). “Predictability of DERF on monthly mean temperature and precipitation over China in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 65, 725-732.
30. Chen Lijuan, Xu Li, and Wang Yongguang (2005). “Application of superensemble to precipitation prediction in China during the flood season (in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 31(5), 52-54.
31. Chen Lijuan, Xu Li, and Jiang Ying (2005). “General circulation over the Northern Hemisphere in 2004 and its impact on the climate in China (in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 31 (4), 27-31.
32. Chen Lijuan, Li Weijing, Zhang Peiqun, and Wang Jinghui, (2003). “Application of a new downscaling model to monthly precipitation forecast (in Chinese).” Quarterly Journal of Applied Meteorology, 14 (6), 648-655.
33. Chen Lijuan, and Li Weijing (1999). “The score skill and interpretation of monthly dynamic extended range forecast (in Chinese.” Quarterly Journal of Applied Meteorological, 10 (4), 486-490.
34. Li Weijing, and Chen Lijuan (1999). “Research on reexplanation and reanalysis method of dynamical extended range forecast products (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 57 (3), 338-345.

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