Wang Tianhe, Ph.D., associate professor and master supervisor of College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, and he is also the core member of the semi-arid climate change fund committee innovation group. He graduated from the College of Atmospheric Sciences of Lanzhou University in 2004 with a bachelor's degree. He got a Ph.D. in science in 2009 from the College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, and he worked as a teacher in the same year. He went to the Atmospheric Science Research Center (ASRC) of the State University of New York at Albany twice (2006-2008, 2016-2017). He mainly engaged in remote sensing of dust aerosol characteristics and transmission characteristics, cloud climatology and cloud characteristics remote sensing, and aerosol-cloud-climate interactions. He has published 37 academic papers, including 24 SCI papers. He has presided over the completion of 3 National Natural Science Foundation Youth Projects and General Projects, and participated in many national major scientific research projects of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Innovation Groups of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and key projects. His related research results have won the first prize of Gansu Province Natural Science Award (ranking third, 2012), and the second prize of National Natural Science Award (ranking third, 2013). He was invited to serve as a reviewer for several international academic journals such as Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Remote Sensing of Environment, Science of the Total Environment, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Atmospheric Environment.
'Satellite Meteorology' (2013-present)
'Atmospheric Radiation and Remote Sensing' (2015-present)
'Radar Meteorology' (2011-2013)
Address: College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, 222 Tianshui South Road, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province
Zip code: 730000
1. Ground-based and satellite remote sensing of aerosols and clouds
2. The impact of aerosols on the climate of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
3. Aerosol-cloud-climate interaction
4. Application of deep learning in atmospheric remote sensing
1. General Fund Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China: Satellite Quantitative Remote Sensing Assessment of Sand and Dust Cycle in East Asia (41775022), 2018.01-2021.12, as the host.
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China Innovation Research Group Science Fund: Arid and Semi-arid Climate Change Mechanism (41521004), 2016.01-2021.12, as the core member.
3. Key Fund Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China: Using Advanced Cloud Radar and Raman Lidar to Observe and Study Cloud Characteristics and Radiation Effects in Semi-arid Areas (41430425), 2015.01-2019.12, as the core member.
4. National Natural Science Foundation of China, General Fund Project: Ground-based Cloud Radar and Lidar Observation Research on Sand-Dust-Cloud Interaction in Northwest China (41375031), 2014.01-2017.12, as the host.
5. National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Science Fund Project: Using Ground MFRSR and Lidar to Study the Indirect Effects of Dust Aerosols (40905007), 2010.01-2012.12, as the host.
1. In 2016, he was given the title of Lanzhou University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Advanced Individual and the Excellent Instructor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition.
2. In 2016, the work Road Meteorological Service System Combining Vehicle Navigation and Positioning and Meteorological Observation guided by him won the second prize of the first 'Lanjing Cup' Meteorological Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (ranked first, completed by: Huang Rui, Wang Wenjing, Liao Yating; Instructor: Wang Tianhe).
3. In 2013, Study on the Mechanism of Sand and Dust's Impact on the Arid Climate in Northwest China won the second prize of the National Natural Science Award (main authors: Huang Jianping, Wang Shigong, Wang Tianhe, Zhou Zijiang, Chen Bin).
4. In 2013, he won the honorary title of excellent instructor in the 'Ninth Challenge Cup Gansu Province College Students Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Competition'.
5. In 2013, the paper Comprehensive Evaluation of Economic Growth and Environmental Pollution in the Western Region guided by him was awarded the first prize of the 'Ninth Challenge Cup Gansu Province College Students Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Competition' (Completed by: Li Xiaofei, Shao Jingyuan, Cao Yueqian).
6. In 2012, 'Study on the Interaction of Dust and Cloud and Precipitation and Its Influence on the Arid Climate in Northwest China' won the first prize of Natural Science in Gansu Province (main authors: Huang Jianping, Wang Shigong, Wang Tianhe, Chen Bin, Wang Jinyan).
7. In 2012, the main course 'Radar Meteorology' was awarded as 'Gansu Excellent Course' (Lecturers: Zhang Wenyu, Yuan Tie, Wang Tianhe, Tong Jilong, Zhang Beidou).
8. In 2011, he was awarded the honorary title of excellent instructor in the 'Lanzhou University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Action Plan'.
Wang Tianhe, Huang Zhongwei, Shu Jianrong, etc.: Real-time monitoring software for the spatial distribution of PM2.5 and PM10 particulate matter concentration images, software copyright registration number: 2019SR1089298
Paper in English
 Tang, J., M. Sun, Wang, T.*, X. Liu, Y. Huang, Y. Han, J. Huang, 2020: The potential transport to Tibetan Plateau and synoptic causes of a typical dust storm case over South Asia. Submitted to Remote Sensing.
 Wang, T., Y. Han, J. Huang*, M. Sun, B. Jian, Z. Huang, H. Yan, 2020: Climatology of dust-forced radiative heating over the Tibetan Plateau and its surroundings, Accepted by Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
 Wang, T., Y. Chen, Z. Gan, Y. Han, J. Li, J. Huang*, 2020: Assessment of dominating aerosol properties and their long-term trend in the Pan-Third Pole region: A study with 10-year multi-sensor measurements, Atmospheric Environment, doi:10.1016/ j. atmosenv.2020.117738.
 Yan, H., and T. Wang*, 2020: Ten years of aerosol effects on single-layer overcast clouds over the US Southern Great Plains and the China Loess Plateau, Advances in Meteorology, 6719160.
 Li, J., T. Wang, and A. Habib, 2017: Observational characteristics of cloud radiative effects over three arid regions in north hemisphere, Journal of Meteorological Research, 31(4), 654-664, doi:10.1007/s13351-017-6166-7.
Lv, Q., J. Li, T. Wang, J. Huang, 2015: Cloud radiative forcing induced by layered clouds and associated impact on the atmospheric heating rate. Journal of Meteorological Research, 29(5), 779-792, doi:10.1007/s13351-015-5078-7.
 Huang, J., T. Wang, W. Wang, Z. Li, and H. Yan, 2014: Climate effects of dust aerosols over East Asian arid and semiarid regions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119, 11398-11416, doi:10.1002/2014JD021796.
 Wang, T., and J. Huang, 2009: A method for estimating optical properties of dusty cloud, Chinese Optics Letters, 7(5), 368-372.
 Wang, T., and Q. Min, 2008: Retrieving optical depths of optically thin and mixed-phase clouds from MFRSR measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 113, D19203, doi:10.1029/2008JD009958.
 Min, Q., T. Wang, C. N. Long, and M. Duan, 2008: Estimating fractional sky cover from spectral measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 113, D20208, doi:10.1029/2008JD010278.
Paper in Chinese
 Chen Yixuan, Wang Tianhe*, Han Ying, Qiao Hanyang, Sun Mengxian, Huang Zhongwei, 2020: Comparative analysis of aerosol optical properties in typical areas of mineral dust and salt dust, Plateau Meteorology, 39(3), 1-11, doi: 10.7522/j.issn.1000-0534.2019.00048.
 Wang Tianhe, Sun Mengxian, Huang Jianping*, 2020: A Review of Dust and Pollution Research by Spaceborne Lidar in China, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 2020, 43(1): 116-130.
 Hua Wenli, Han Ying, Qiao Hanyang, Wang Tianhe*, Huang Zhongwei, Bi Jianrong, Zhou Tian, 2018: A case analysis of the vertical distribution characteristics of aerosol mass concentration in Dunhuang, Plateau Meteorology, 37(5), 1428-1439.
 Ru Jianbo, Wang Tianhe*, Li Jiming, Han Ying, Zhang Beidou, 2018: Research on the characteristics of clear sky and cloud dust aerosol in the sand source area of East Asia, China Desert, 38(2), 372-383.
 Li Chenrui, Wang Tianhe*, Lv Qiaoyi, Li Jiming, 2018: Cloudsat-based analysis of precipitation cloud characteristics in East and South Asian monsoon regions, Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Science Edition), 54(3), 345-355.
 Ye Peilong, Wang Tianhe*, Shang Kezheng, Lu Qiaoyi, Wang Shigong, Li Jingxin, 2014: Analysis of cloud vertical structure in western China based on satellite data. Plateau Meteorology, 33(4), 977-987.
Chapters of his monograph
Huang, J., W. Wang, and T. Wang, 2017: Dust aerosols and aridity trends, in Fu C.B. Eds, Aridity Trend in Northern China (Chapter 9). World Scientific Series on Asia-Pacific Weather and Climate. World Scientific Publishing Company, pp. 183-210, doi:10.1142/9789814723541_0009.