Wang Yang, male, PhD, lecturer. He received a doctorate degree from Beijing Normal University in 2020 majoring in Global Environmental Change. From September 2017 to February 2019, he visited the Mesoscale Meteorological Research Institute (CIMMS) jointly led by the University of Oklahoma (OU) and NOAA, and went to Australia to participate in SOCRATES in February 2018. He mainly engaged in cloud aircraft observation technology and cloud-aerosol interaction, etc., and published more than ten related papers.
Cloud physics, aircraft observation, cloud remote sensing, cloud-aerosol interaction
September 2014-June 2020 Beijing Normal University Global Environmental Change Ph.D. (supervisor: Zhao Chuanfeng)
September 2017-February 2019 University of Oklahoma CIMMS (joint training, supervisor: McFarquhar, Greg)
September 2010-June 2014, China Agricultural University College of Resources and Environment, Department of Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science
1. Beijing Normal University Independent Scientific Research Fund, Excellent Graduate Project (2017STUD17), 2017/01-2017/12, 50,000 yuan, as the leader.
2. Major Research Projects Sponsored by China Ministry of Science and Technology (973 Program 2013CB955800), Observation and Simulation of Aerosol and Its Climate Effect, 2013/01-2017/12, as the participant.
3. National Key R&D Project, The Mechanism of Aerosol-radiation Interaction and Its Contribution to Local Convective Weather (2017YFC1501403), 2018/01-2021/12,
4. General Project of The National Natural Science Foundation of China,Assessment of Aerosol Climate Effects in Eastern China Based on Satellite and Terrestrial Observations, 2016/01-2019/12, as the participant.
1. Wang Y, C. Zhao, G. M. McFarquhar, W. Wu, (2020). Dispersion of droplet size distributions in supercooled liquid stratocumulus from aircraft observations over the Southern Ocean., Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Under review
2. Wang Y, G. M. McFarquhar, R. Robert, C. Zhao, W. Wu, Finlon J, Stechman D, Stith J, Jensen J, Schnaiter M, J?rvinen E, Wait F, Vivekanandan J, Dixon M, Toohey D, Rainwater B, (2020). Microphysical Properties of Generating Cells over the Southern Ocean: Results from SOCRATES., Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. DOI:10.1029/2019JD032237
3. Wang Y, Zhao C, Dong Z, Li Z, Hu S, Chen T, Tao F, Wang Y, (2018). Improved retrieval of cloud base heights from ceilometer using a non-standard instrument method [J]. Atmospheric Research, 202: 148-155.
4. Wang Y, Zhao C, (2017). Can MODIS cloud fraction fully represent the diurnal and seasonal variations at DOE ARM SGP and Manus sites? [J]. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122(1): 329-343.
5. Zhao, L., C. Zhao, Y. Wang, Y. Wang, Y. Yang, (2020). Evaluation of Cloud Microphysical Properties Derived from MODIS and Himawari-8 Using In-Situ Aircraft Measurements over the Southern Ocean, Earth and Space Science. DOI: 10.1029/2020EA001137
6. Zhao C, Y Lin, Wu F, Wang Y, Li Z, Rosenfeld D, Wang Y, (2018). Enlarging rainfall area of tropical cyclones by atmospheric aerosols [J]. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(16): 8604-8611.
7. Zheng C, Zhao C, Zhu Y, Wang Y, Shi X, Wu X, Chen T, Wu F, Qiu Y, (2017). Analysis of influential factors for the relationship between PM_ (2.5) and AOD in Beijing [J]. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17(21): 13473-13489.
8. Yang X, Zhao C, Zhou L, Wang Y, Liu X, (2016). Distinct impact of different types of aerosols on surface solar radiation in China [J]. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 21(11): 6459-6471.
9. Yang X, Zhao C, Guo J, Wang Y, (2016). Intensification of aerosol pollution associated with its feedback with surface solar radiation and winds in Beijing [J]. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121(8): 4093-4099.
10. Zhao, C, Liu L, Wang Q, Qiu Y, Wang Y, Wu X, (2017). 'MMCR-based characteristic properties of non-precipitating cloud liquid droplets at Naqu site over Tibetan Plateau in July 2014.' Atmospheric Research, 190: 68-76.
11. Yang Y, Zhao C, Dong X, Fan G, Zhou Y, Wang Y, Zhao L, Lv F, Yan F, (2019). Toward understanding the process-level impacts of aerosols on microphysical properties of shallow cumulus cloud using aircraft observations [J]. Atmospheric Research, 221: 27-33.
12. Zhao C, Qiu Y, Dong X, Wang Z, Peng Y, Li B, Wu S, Wang Y, (2018). Negative aerosol-cloud re relationship from aircraft observations over Hebei, China [J]. Earth and Space Science, 5(1): 19-29.
13. Wang Y, D?rner S, Donner S, B?hnke S, Smedt D, Dickerson R, Dong Z, He H, Li Z, Li Z, Li D, Liu D, Ren X, Theys N, Wang Y, Wang Y, Wang Z, Xu H, Xu J, Wagner T, (2019). Vertical profiles of NO2, SO2, HONO, HCHO, CHOCHO and aerosols derived from MAX-DOAS measurements at a rural site in the central western North China Plain and their relation to emission sources and effects of regional transport [J]. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19(8): 5417-5449.
1. April 2016: European Geoscience Union (EGU) Annual Meeting, Vienna, Austria, poster report
2. August 2016: Asian Oceania Geosciences (AOGS) Annual Conference, Beijing, China, oral presentation
3. June 2017: The Fifth International Conference on Atmospheric Light Scattering and Telemetry Technology, Hefei, China, oral presentation
4. June 2018: Asian Oceania Geosciences (AOGS) Annual Conference, Hawaii, USA, poster report
5. July 2018: Uncertainty Analysis Forum on Cloud Microphysical Observation, Vancouver, Canada, oral presentation
6. July 2018: The 15th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Cloud Physics Radiation Conference, Vancouver, Canada, poster report
7. November 2018: NCAR Southern Ocean Atmospheric Research (SOAR) Symposium, Colorado, USA, oral presentation