Personal Information:
Famlily Name: Wang   Given Name: Fang
Date of Birth: February 20, 1974  Birth Place: Yichang,Hubei province
Sex: Male Marital Status: Married
Telephone: 010-58995335(O), 13520799920(M)
Work experience:
July 2005-present: Working for National Climate Center (NCC), China Meteorological Administration (CMA). Mainly in climate change and its simulation. Now my research is mainly on the development of radiative scheme of BCC AGCM, the simulation evaluation of cloud and radiative processes in BCC AGCMs, and the study on characteristics of extreme climate events over China and its future change.
July 1995-August 1999: worked in Hubei Bureau of Meteorology. Mainly engaged in climate analysis and short-term climate prediction.
September 2002-June 2005: Studying in Chinese Academy of Meteorology Science(CAMS) and Researching on climate change and simulation on cloud and radiation processes in climate models. Obtained doctor’s degree in June 2005.
September 1999-June 2002: studied in Graduate School of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology(NIM). Mainly went in for the study on parameterization scheme of regional evapotranspiration flux over heterogeneous land surface. Obtained master’s degree in June 2002.
September 1991-June 1995: studied in Department of Applied Meteorology in NIM, major in climatology. Graduated in June 1995.
Paper list:
Fang Wang, Yihui Ding. Trend of snow cover fraction over East Asia in the 21st century under different scenarios. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 2012, 4(2): 107-114
Wang Fang, Tian Hong. Characteristics of Extreme Precipitation Events in Huaihe River Basin in 1960-2007. Advances in Climate Change Research. 2010, 6(3):228-229(in Chinese)
Wang Fang, Ding Yihui. Validation of Simulation on Surface Shortwave Radiation over East Asia by Global Climate Models. Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 2008, 19(6):749-759(in Chinese)
Wang Fang, Ding Yihui, Xu Ying. Cloud and Radiation Processes Simulated by a Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Model. Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 2007, 21(4): 397-408
Wang Fang, Ding Yihui, Xu Ying. Sensitivity of NCC/IAP T63 Atmosphere-ocean Coupled Model to Cloud Droplet Effective Radius. Climatic and Environmental Research, 2007, 12(6): 761-772(in Chinese)
Wang Fang, Ding Yihui, Xu Ying. The Effects of Radiative Parameterization Scheme on Simulation of Cloud and Radiation in an AOGCM. Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 2007, 18(3): 257-265(in Chinese)
Wang Fang, Ding Yihui. An Evaluation of Cloud Radiative Feedback Mechanisms in Climate Models. Advance in Earth Sciences, 2005, 20(2): 207-215(in Chinese)
Wang Fang. Improvement on Cloud Radiative Parameterization Scheme of NCC/IAP T63 AOGCM and Its Impact on Climate Simulation. 2005. doctoral dissertation, CAMS(in Chinese)
Wang Fang. the study on parameterization scheme of regional evapotranspiration flux over heterogeneous land surface. 2002. masteral dissertation, NIM(in Chinese)
Wang Fang, Ding Yuguo, Fan Jinsong. the Diagnosis Research for Extremum Statistical Character of Summer’s Daily Precipitation in Jiangsu Province, Scientia Meteorologica Sinica, 2002, 22(4):435-443 (in Chinese)