Liu Qianxia, female, Han nationality, was born in Xinxiang city of Henan Province in October 1970. In June 1991, graduated from Henan Normal University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Protection; 1999.9~2002.7, a graduate student in Henan Normal University and received a Master’s degree in Environmental Science; 2002.9~2005.7, a Ph. D. graduate student in Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, engaged in the coupling research and application of an atmospheric chemistry transport model and climate model and received Ph. D. in meteorology. From 2005 till now, working in National Climate Center of China Meteorological Administration, paying more attention to the coupling, evaluation and application of an aerosol atmospheric chemistry model with a global Atmospheric General Circulation Model.


  Liu Qianxia, Zhang Meigen, and Wang Bin. Simulation of Tropospheric Ozone with MOZART-2: An Evaluation Study over East Asia. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 2005, 22(4): 585-594. (SCIE)

  Liu Qianxia, Bin Wang, Meigen Zhang, 2006, A Simulation Study of Tropospheric Ozone over Europe with MOZART-2, Journal of the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 23(2): 221-230 (in Chinese)

  Zhang hua, Zhili Wang, Zaizhi Wang, Qianxia Liu, Sunling Gong, Xiaoye Zhang, Zhongping Shen, Peng Lu, Xiaodong Wei, Huizheng Che and Laurent Li Z., 2011: Simulation of direct radiative forcing of aerosols and their effects on East Asian climate using an interactive AGCM-aerosol coupled system,  Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/ s00382-011-1131-0