WANG Zaizhi

WANG Zaizhi(王在志) Atmospheric Model

Climate System Modeling Division
National Climate Center
Post Address: No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie Street, Haidian District, Beijing 100081, China
Telephone: 0086-10-68406946
E-Mail: wzz@cma.gov.cn

Education

Sept. 2000-Jul. 2005 PhD., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P. R. China
Sept. 1990 - Jun. 1993 Master of Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, P. R. China
Sept. 1986 - Jul. 1990 Bachelor of Math, Nanjing Normal University, P. R. China

Work Experience

Aug. 2005-Present Climate System Modeling Division, BCC, CMA
Development and evaluation of Atmosphere General Circulation Model
Jun. 1993-Jul. 2005 Guangzhou Institute of Tropical & Marine Meteorology, CMA.
Data assimilation in limited-area numerical weather prediction model
Sept. 2000-Jul. 2005 PhD, LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS.

Publications

1. Wang Zaizhi, Wu Guoxiong, Wu Tongwen, and Yu Rucong (2004). “Simulation of Asian monsoon seasonal variations with climate model R42L9/LASG.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 21 (6), 879-889.
2. Wu Tongwen, Wang Zaizhi, Liu Yimin, Yu Rucong, and Wu Guoxiong (2004). “An evaluation of the effects of cloud parameterization in the R42L9 GCM.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 21 (2), 153-162.
3. Wang Pengfei, Huang Gang, and Wang Zaizhi (2006). “Analysis and application of multiple precision computation and round-off error for nonlinear dynamical systems.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 23, 758-766.
4. Wang Zaizhi, Mao Jiangyu, and Wu Guoxiong (2008). “The wavenumber-frequency characteristics of the tropical waves in an aqua-planet GCM.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 25 (4), 541-554.
5. Zeng Hongling, Wang Zaizhi, Ji Jinjun, and Wu Guoxiong (2008). “An updated coupled model for land-atmosphere interaction. Part I: Simulations of physical processes.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 25 (4), 619-631.
6. Mao Jiangyu, and Wang Zaizhi (2008). “Actual tropical waves identified by the wavenumber-frequency spectrum analysis during boreal summer.” Chinese Physics Letters, 25 (4), 1506-1509.
7. Zhang Hua, Wang Zhili, Guo Pinwen, and Wang Zaizhi (2009). “A modeling study of the effects of direct radiative forcing due to carbonaceous aerosol on the climate in East Asia.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 26 (1), 57-66.
8. Wu Tongwen, Yu Rucong, Zhang Fang, Wang Zaizhi, Dong Min, Wang Lanning, Jin Xia, Chen Deliang, Li Laurent (2010). “The Beijing Climate Center atmospheric general circulation model: description and its performance for the present-day climate.” Climate Dynamics, 34 (1), 123-147.
9. Zhang Hua, Wang Zhili, Wang Zaizhi, et al. (2012). “Simulation of direct radiative forcing of aerosols and their effects on East Asian climate using an interactive AGCM-aerosol coupled system.” Climate Dynamics 38, 1675-1693; DOI:10.1007/s00382-011-1131-0.
10. Chen Haoming, Yu Rucong, Li Jian, Xin Xiaoge, Wang Zaizhi, and Wu Tongwen (2012). “The coherent interdecadal changes of East Asia climate in mid-summer simulated by BCC_AGCM 2.0.1.” Climate Dynamics, 39, 155-163; DOI: 10.1007/s00382-011-1154-6.

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