Zhao Qingyun

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       Zhao Qingyun, female, born in March 1962, a professor-level senior engineer, mainly engaged in research on severe weather and climate change. In 2007, she was selected as one of the first batch of experts in the 'Double Hundred Plan' of the China Meteorological Administration and one of the country's top 100 chief forecasters. In 2010, she was selected as the first batch of national-level expert forecasters innovation team of China Meteorological Administration-the core member of the Northern Rainstorm Team.
E-mail: qyzhao@lzu.edu.cn
Address: No. 222, Tianshui South Road, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province
Zip code: 730000 Contact:
E-mail: qyzhao@lzu.edu.cn
Address: No. 222, Tianshui South Road, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province
Zip code: 730000
Education and Working Experience
1978.9-1982.7, Bachelor of Meteorology, Lanzhou University
2002.7-2005.5, Nanjing University of Information Technology, Master's degree
1982.7-2018.4, Lanzhou Central Meteorological Observatory of Gansu Meteorological Bureau
2018.5-now, College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University
In 2017, the National Outstanding Weather Forecaster
In 2015, the advanced worker of Gansu Province
In 2012, she was awarded the advanced individual of Gansu Emergency Rescue and Relief
In 2011, the National Outstanding Weather Forecaster
1. He is the core member participating in the National Natural Science Foundation of China Major Research Program —— Integration Project: Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Multi-layer Interaction and Its Climate Impact (91937302)
2. He presided over the National Public Welfare Industry (Meteorology) Scientific Research Project: Research on the Key Technologies of Forecast and Early Warning of Thunderstorms and Short-term Heavy Rainfall under Complicated Terrain in Northwest China (GYHY201306006)
3. He presided over 3 special projects for forecasters of China Meteorological Administration (CMAYBY2018-077), (CMAYBY2013-070), (CMAYBY2011-055)
4. He is the core member that completed the Major Project of Scientific and Technological Innovation Project in Colleges and Universities: Research on the Formation Mechanism of Typical Extreme Weather Events in Arid and Semi-arid Areas (708088)
She published more than 30 papers and participated in the compilation of 2 monographs.
1. Huang J, Chen W, Wen Z, Zhang G, Li Z, Zuo Z, Zhao Q. 2019. Review of Chinese atmospheric science research over the past 70 years: Climate and climate change. Science China Earth Sciences, 62: 1514–1550
2. Zhao Qingyun, Zhang Wu, Chen Xiaoyan, Gou Shang. Propagation characteristics of a mesoscale convective system of a severe convective rainstorm on both sides of Liupan Mountain. Plateau Meteorology, 2018, 37 (3): 767-776
3. Zhao Qingyun, Fu Chao, Liu Xinwei, Chen Xiaoyan. The evolution characteristics of the mesoscale system of heavy rainstorms in the warm region of eastern Northwest China. Plateau Meteorology, 2017, 36 (3): 697-704
4. Zhao Qingyun, Song Songtao, Yang Guiming, Song Linlin, Kong Xiangwei. Temporal and Spatial Variation of Heavy Rain in Northwest China and Characteristics of Abnormal Annual Summer Circulation. Journal of Lanzhou University, 2014, 50 (4): 517-522
5. Zhao Qingyun, Zhang Wu, Lu Ping, Shu Jianrong, Di Xiaohong, Huang Jianping. Analysis of the characteristics of the extremely strong sandstorm on April 24, 2010 in the Hexi Corridor. Plateau Meteorology, 2012, 31 (3): 688-696
6. Zhao Qingyun, Huang Jianping, Lu Ping, Zhang Wu, Cheng Peng. The abnormally high temperature in the northern hemisphere in summer 2010 and its causes. Journal of Lanzhou University, 2011, 47 (1): 52-56
7.Huang J., J. Su, Q. Tang, P. Minnis, Y. Hu, Y. Yi, and Q. Zhao, 2009: Taklimakan dust aerosol radiative heating derived from CALIPSO observations using the Fu-Liou radiation model with CERES constraints, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 4011-4021.