Name: Yan Li Sex: Female Birth: Dec, 1983
Nationality: Chinese Email: email@example.com
Ph. D., 2010, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou
B. S., 2005, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou
Employment and Experience
July 2018~present: Professor, Lanzhou University, China.
June 2012~June 2018: Associate professor, Lanzhou University, China.
February 2016~February 2017: Visiting Scholar, The University of Utah, USA.
July 2010~June 2012: Lecturer, Lanzhou University, China.
September 2007~June 2010: Visiting researcher, National Meteorological Center (NMC), China Meteorological Administration (CMA), Beijing, China.
Extreme weather and climate;
Blocking highs and its relationship to extreme weather and climate events;
ENSO and its influence on weather and climate;
Monsoon in East Asia.
Principle of Synoptic Meteorology.
, MA Bai-sheng, FENG Juan et al. Influence of the strongest Central Pacific ENSO Events on
the precipitation in eastern China. International Journal of Climatology. 2019, DOI:10.1002/joc.6004.
2.*LI Yan, LU Yao, WANG Cheng-hai. Characteristics of thermal and momentum transport during the lifetime of Ural blocking highs. International Journal of Climatology. 2019, DOI: 10.1002/joc.6195.
3.*LI Yan, ZHANG Jin-yu, LU Yao et al. Characteristics of Transient Eddy Fluxes during Blocking Highs Associated with Two Cold Events in China. Atmosphere. 2019, 10, 235. DOI:10.3390/atmos10050235.
4.LI Yan, YE Pei-long, FENG Juan et al. Simulation and Projection of Blocking Highs in Key Regions of the Eurasia by CMIP5 Models. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 2017,95(2): 147?165
5.LI Yan, YE Pei-long, PU Zhaoxia et al. Historical statistics and future changes in long-duration blocking highs in key regions of Eurasia. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2017, 130:1195-1207.
6.LI Yan, JIN Rong-hua, WANG Shi-gong. Possible relationship between ENSO and blocking in key regions of Eurasia，J. Trop. Meteor., 2010,16(3): 210-230
7.Jin R.H, LI Yan, and Liu S. et al. The Temporal and Spatial Character of Perturbation of East Asian Subtropical Jet in Summer, Journal of Meteorological Research, 2018, 32(3), 491-502.
8.Feng Juan, Zhu Jianlei, Li Yan. Influences of the El Ni?o on the aerosol concentrations over eastern China. Atmospheric Science Letters. 2016, 17(3): 422–430
9.John C. Moore, Annette Rinke, Xiaoyong Yu, Duoying Ji, Xuefeng Cui, Yan Li, Kari Alterskj?r, Jón Egill Kristjánsson, Helene Muri, Olivier Boucher, Nicolas Huneeus, Ben Kravitz, Alan Robock, Ulrike Niemeier, Michael Schulz, Simone Tilmes, Shingo Watanabe, and Shuting Yang. Arctic sea ice and atmospheric circulationunder the GeoMIP G1 scenario. J. Geophys. Res. 2014, 119, 567-583
10.JIN Rong-hua, LI Wei-jing, YAN Cai-xia, LI Yan and ZHANG Bo. Variation of the East Asian Subtropical Westerly Jet and Associated Quantified Objective Indexes. J. Trop. Meteor., 2011, 17(4): 345-351.
11.LI Yan, WANG Shi-gong and JIN Rong-hua. Abnormal characteristics of blocking high during durative low temperature, snowfall and freezing weather in south China. Plateau meteorology, 2012, 31(1)：94-101.(in Chinese)
12.JIN Rong-hua, LI Yan and WANG Shi-gong. Comparison and Analysis among Four Objective and Quantificational Blocking Indexes. Plateau meteorology, 2009, 28(5):1121-1128.(in Chinese)
13.Zhang Yinghua，Li Yan，Li Deshuai，et al. 2016. Study on the space distribution and circulation pattern of extreme high temperature over Eastern China in Summer. Plateau Meteorology，35(2):469-483. (in Chinese)