WANG Yanjiao

WANG Yanjiao(王艳姣) Professor

Eco-Climate Assessment Division
Beijing Climate Center
No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie, Haidian District, Beijing 100081, China
Tel: +86 10 68408141
Em-Mail: wangyj@cma.gov.cn

Education

Sept.2003-Jun.2006 Ph.D. in Physical Geography, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China
Sept.2000-Jun.2003 M.S. in Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing, China
Sept.1996-Jun.2000 B.S. in Climatology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing, China

Work Experience

Jul.2006-Jun.2008 Postdoc, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Research field: extreme weather and climate events and remote sensing applications
Jun.2008-Nov.2008 Assistant Research Scientist, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China
Dec.2008-Nov.2017 Associate Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China
Dec.2017-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China

Research Fields

Climate change and extreme events: Monitoring and diagnosis of short-term climate variability in China; study of regional extreme weather and climate events.
Remote sensing applications: Focused on agricultural drought monitoring, applications of FY Satellite

Recent Main Projects

1. “Uncertainty and error transfer of sensitive parameters in drought remote sensing monitoring model”, a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.41301458)
2. “Climate and climate change operational application system of FY-3 satellite”, a project supported by the China Meteorological Administration Satellite Fund.
3. “Application demonstration subsystem of earth radiation budget and soil moisture assimilation analysis by FY-3”, , a project supported by the China Meteorological Administration Satellite Fund.
4. “Changes of drought and flood disasters in southern China under the background of climate warming”, a project supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program) (No. 2013CB430201).
5. “Establishment of operational system for monitoring, diagnosis and prediction of extreme weather and climate events”, a project supported by China Ministry of Science and Technology (No. 2007BAC29B04).

Publications

1. Yanjiao Wang, Zengzhen Hu, and Feng Yan (2017). “Spatiotemporal variations of differences between surface air and ground temperatures in China.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122 (15), DOI:10.1002/2016JD026110.
2. Yanjiao Wang, Feng Yan (2017). “Spatial and temporal variations of regional drought events in southern China.” Meteorological Applications, 24, 481-490.
3. Yanjiao Wang, Xianyan Chen, and Feng Yan (2015). “Spatial and temporal variations of annual precipitation during 1960-2010 in China.” Quaternary International, 380-381, 5-13.
4. Feng Yan, Bo Wu, and Yanjiao Wang* (2015). “Estimating spatiotemporal patterns of aboveground biomass using Landsat TM and MODIS images in the Mu Us Sandy Land, China.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 200, 119-128 (corresponding author).
5. Yanjiao Wang, Fumin Ren, and Xuebin Zhang (2014). “Spatial and temporal variations of regional high temperature events in China.” International Journal of Climatology, 34, 3054-3065.
6. Yanjiao Wang, Peiqun Zhang, Wenjie Dong, et al. (2007). “Experimental research on quantitative inversion models of suspended sediment concentrations using remote sensing technology.” Chinese Geographical Science, 17 (3), 243- 249.
7. Yanjiao Wang, and Feng Yan (2014). “Regional differentiation and decadal change of precipitation in China 1960-2010 (in Chinese).” Progress in Geography, 33 (10), 1354-1363.
8. Yanjiao Wang, and Feng Yan (2014). “Application of thermal inertia model in high vegetation coverage area for drought monitoring.” Arid Land Geography, 37 (3), 539- 547 (in Chinese)
9. Yanjiao Wang, Bei Gao, Bin Zhou, et al. (2014). “Global significant weather and climate events in 2013 and the possible causes (in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 40 (6), 759- 768.
10. Yanjiao Wang, and Feng Yan (2014). “Analysis of rainfall anomaly and its cause in November 2011 in China (in Chinese).” Journal of Natural Disasters, 23 (1), 100- 107.
11. Feng Yan, and Yanjiao Wang* (2014). “Diversities of drought monitoring based on temperature-vegetation index featured spaces with multi-time scale (in Chinese).” Scientia Geographica Sinica, 34 (8), 987-993 (corresponding author).
12. Yanjiao Wang, Fumin Ren, and Feng Yan (2013). “Study on temporal and spatial variations of regional continual high temperature event in china(in Chinese).” Scientia Geographica Sinica, 33 (3), 314- 321.
13. Yanjiao Wang, Bin Zhou, Dong Si, et al. (2013). “Analysis of rainfall anomalies in China in summer 2012(in Chinese).” Meteorological Monthly, 1 (39), 118- 122.
14. Feng Yan, Bo Wu, and Yanjiao Wang* (2013). “Spatial and temporal variations of vegetation growth status in Mu Us sandy land in 2000-2011(in Chinese).” Scientia Geographica Sinica, 33 (5), 602 -608 (corresponding author).
15. Feng Yan, Yanjiao Wang*, and Bo Wu (2010). “Spatial and temporal distributions of drought in Hebei Province over the past 50 years (in Chinese).” Geographical Research, 29 (3), 423- 430 (corresponding author).
16. Yanjiao Wang, Feng Yan, Peiqun Zhang, et al. (2009). “Study on urban heat island changes in Beijing using normalized difference vegetation index and albedo data(in Chinese).” Research of Environment Sciences, 22 (2), 215- 220.
17. Feng Yan, Yanjiao Wang*, Jianjun Wu, et al. (2009). “Extracting winter wheat area using temporal sequence of Ts-EVI (in Chinese).” Transactions of the CSAE, 25 (4), 135-140 (corresponding author).
18. Feng Yan, and Yanjiao Wang* (2009). “Estimation of soil moisture from Ts-EVI feature space (in Chinese).” ACTA Ecologica Sinica, 29 (9), 4884-4891 (corresponding author).

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