Li Qiaoping
Contact Information:
Climate Modeling Division
National Climate Center(NCC)
China Meterorological Administration (CMA)
No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie
Haidian District, Beijing, 100081
Phone +86-10-68408726
1987-1991 Beijing Institute of Meteorology, Beijing (B.S.)
1998-2001 Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Jiangsu Province (M.S.)
2001-2004 Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Jiangsu Province (Ph.D.)
Work Experience
1991.7-2004.6 Engineer, Xinzhou Meteorology Bureau of Shanxi Province
2004.7-2006.6 Postdoctoral researcher, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2006.6-2008.6 Associate Professor, Climate Change Division, NCC, CMA
2008.7-2012.4 Associate Professor, Climate Modeling Division, NCC, CMA
2012.5-        Professor, Climate Modeling Division, NCC, CMA
Research Interests:
Regional climate change, climate modeling, dynamical seasonal prediction
Main Publications
1.  Li Qiaoping and Ding Yihui, 2012:Climate Simulation and Future Projection of Precipitation and the Water Vapor Budget in the Haihe River Basin, Acta Meteorological Sinica,26(3) ,345-361
2.  Zhang Yingxian, DingYihui, Li Qiaoping, 2012:Climatology of extratropical cyclone over East Asian -Based on a new statistics, Acta Meteorological Sinica,26(3),261-277
3. Yan Guanhua, Li Qiaoping, Xin Chao, 2011: Future Air Surface Temperature changes in China under Different Greenhouse Gas Emission Scenarios. Journal of Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology(Natural Science Edition), 3(1),36-46(in Chinese)
4.  Tu Gang, Li Qiaoping, Su Lixin, et al., 2010: Projection of Climate Change in Jilin Province and Its Possible Effects on Grain Yield Under IPCC SRES A2 Scenario. Journal of Jilin university(Earth Science Edition), 40(S1),146-153(in Chinese)
5. Zeng XiaoFang, Li Qiaoping, Su Buda, et al., 2009: Change and Projection of Climate in the Songhua River Basin. Advances in Climate Change Research, 5(4):215-219 (in Chinese)
6. Ding Yihui, Li Qiaoping, Liu Yanju, et al., 2009: Atmospheric Aerosols, Air Pollution and Climate Change, Meteorological Monthly, 35(3):3-14 (in Chinese)
7. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, Dong Wenjie, 2008: Summer precipitation change over Eastern China in future 30 years under SRES A2 Scenario, Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 19(6), 770-780 (in Chinese)
8. Yan Guanhua, Li Qiaoping, Lv Donghong, 2008: Analysis of climate change and future trends of the farming-grazing zone in Northern China, Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 31(5):671-678 (in Chinese)
9.  Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, Dong Wenjie, et al., 2007: A numerical study on the winter monsoon and cold surge over East Asia, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 24(4), 664-678
10. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, Dong Wenjie, 2007: A Numerical Simulation Study of Impacts of Historical Land-Use Changes on the Regional Climate in China Since 1700, Acta Meteorological Sinica, 21(1):9-23
11. Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, Dong Wenjie,2007:A Numerical Study on Effects of the Soil Moisture upon the Regional Short-term Climate, Journal of Applied Meteorological Science,18(1),1-11(in Chinese)
12. He Xicheng, Li Qiaoping, Ding Yihui, et al., 2007: Numerical simulation of East Asian winter monsoon with ENSO episodes using a regional climate model, Acta Meteorological Sinica, 65(1):18-28(in Chinese)
13. Ding,Yihui, Li Qiaoping, Dong Wenjie, 2005:A numerical simulation study of the impacts of vegetation changes on regional climate in China, Acta Meteorological Sinica,63(5),604-621(in Chinese)
14. Li Qiaoping and Ding,Yihui, 2005: Multi-year simulation of the East Asian Monsoon and Precipitation in China using a regional climate model and evaluation, Acta Meteorological Sinica,19(3),302-316
15. Li Qiaoping and Ding,Yihui, 2005:Multi-year simulations of East Asian winter Monsoon by using regional climate model, Journal of Applied Meteorological Science,16:30-40(in Chinese)
16. Li Qiaoping and Ding,Yihui, 2004:Research on the Effects of Vegetation Change on Regional Climate,Jounal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology,27(1),131-140(in Chinese)
17. Li Yafen, Li Qiaoping, Wang Panxing, et al., 2003: Seasonal variation and hemispherical difference of 500 hPa climate anomaly height field intensity and spectrum structure, Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 26(5):577-587(in Chinese)
18. Li Qiaoping and Ding,Yihui, 2002: Advances in Study of the Impacts of Vegetation Change on the Regional Climate Changes in China, Climate Change Newsletter, 1, 14-15(in Chinese)
19. Li Liping, Li Qiaoping, Wang Panxin, 2002: Preliminary Analysis of Anomalous Persistence of Mean Monthly Geopotential Height Fields, Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 25(3), 380-387. (in Chinese)
20. Li Qiaoping, Wang Panxin, 2003: Some circulation indices and their variation character of hemispherical mean monthly geopotetial height fields, Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology.26(3), 340-348(in Chinese)
21. Li Qiaoping and Wang Panxin, 2003: Time-lag Correlation Analysis of Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Anomaly Indexes of Hemispherical Monthly Geopotential Height Fields, Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 26(5), 638-645 (in Chinese)