AI Wanxiu

AI Wanxiu(艾婉秀) Senior Research Engineer

Tel: 0086-10-68400427
E-Mail: Aiwx@cma.cn

Honors

2001 and 2009 CMA Excellent Forecaster on Duty
2009 CMA Award for Distinguished Meteorological Service
First batch of Chief Meteorological Service Experts, China Meteorological Administration, 2012

Education

Sept. 1983-Jul. 1987  Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Nangjing University, China
Sept.1990-May.1993   M.S., Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences

Work Experience

Sept. 1983-Jul. 1987 Meteorological Observatory, Guilin Airport, Guangxi
May.1993-Jan.1995 Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences
Jan.1995-Present National Climate Center

Research Fields

1. Climate prediction
2. Climate services

Recent Main Projects

2016 “Gender Differentiation Assessment and Adaptation Strategies for Impact of Meteorological Disasters”, a project supported by the China Meteorological Administration Climate Change Special Fund
2009-2010 “Development of Meteorological-Grade Forest Fire Hazard Forecasting Technology”, a project supported by State Forestry Administration of China

Publications

1. Ai Wanxiu, Wang Changke, Lv Minghui, and Zhao Lin (2018). “Gender differences in the perception of climate change and meteorological disasters in China.” Advances in Climate Change Research, 14 (3), 318-324.
2. Ai Wanxiu, Xiao Chan*, Zeng Hongling, Wang Ling, and Xiao Fengjin (2019). “Influence of climate change on urban constructions in Xiong'an New Area and countermeasures.” Science and Technology Review, 37(20), 12-18.
3. Ai Wanxiu, Wu Ying, Wang Changke, and Liang Li (2019). “Study of climate change impact on forest fire prevention and countermeasures”, in Xie Fuzhan and Liu Yaming (ed.) Green Book of Climate Change: 2019 Annual Report on Actions to Address Climate Change. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2019, pp259-27.
4. Ai Wanxiu, Sun Linhai, and Song Wenling (2010). “Downscaling interpretation of NCC_CGCM products for the summer precipitation over the mid-lower reaches of the Yangtze.” Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 21 (4), 484-489.
5. Ai Wanxiu, Sun Linhai, and Liu Lvliu (2008). “Evaluation and improvement of summer precipitation ensemble forecast by the NCC-CGCM model.” Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 24(3), 307-312.
6. Ai Wanxiu, Dong Wenjie, and Zhang Peiqun (2008). “A downscaling method based on the empirical orthogonal function (EOF) and its application in seasonal prediction.” Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 24(4), 320-326.
7. Ai Wanxiu, and He Min (2005 ). “Relationship between summer rainfall in the Yangtze River and shear of circulation on 850hpa and 200hpa over South and North Hemispheres.” Quarterly Journal of Applied Meteorology,16(B03), 48-55.
8. Ai Yuexiu, and Chen Xingfang (2000). “The primary analysis of climatic features of 50hpa mean circulation in NH and its relationship with the summer rainfall in China.” Plateau Meteorology, 19(1), 66-74.
9. Ai Wanxiu, Sun Linhai, and Song Wenlin (2010). “Ocean and atmospheric circulation anomalies in 2009 and their impacts on climate in China.” Meteorological Monthly, 36 (4), 101-106.
10. Ai Wanxiu (2002). “General circulation over the Northern Hemisphere in 2001 and its impact on the climate in China.” Meteorological Monthly, 28(4), 21-24.
11. Ai Wanxiu (2003). “General circulation over the Northern Hemisphere in 2003 and its impact on the climate in China.” Meteorological Monthly, 29(4), 24-27.
12. Ai Wanxiu, and Chen Xingfang (2000). “Assessment on summer flood caused by rainfall in the Yangtze River valley in 1998.” Meteorological Monthly, 26(2), 1-8.
13. Ai Wanxiu, and Chen Xingfang (2000). “Interactions between subtropical high and SST and prediction of subtropical high.” Meteorological Monthly, 6(2),185-193.
14. Ai Wanxiu, and Lin Xuechun (1995). “Climatic abrupt change in the Northern Hemisphere in the 1920’s and 1950’s.” Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 9(2), 190-198.
15. Ai Wanxu, Yang Yiwen, and Wu Kongrong (1998). “Assessment and analysis of chilling damage in South China.” Agricultural Meteorology, 19(1), 5-9.

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