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Researches in PTRC focus on the mechanisms for tropical cyclone formation, motion,structure and intensity change on various time scales,the impacts of global climate change on tropical cyclone activity, and societal and economic imapcts associated with typhoon activity. Our members  are both of the scientists in PTRC and the faculty of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology.

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Prof. Yan Li
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Lecturer of Meteorology
Pacific Typhoon Research Center
School of Atmospheric Science
Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
Nanjing, 210044, China
Phone: (+86) 25-58731578
Address: No. 219, Ningliu Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210044
Email: yanlee@nuist.edu.cn




1998–B.S. (Meteorology) Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, Nanjing, China
2007–Ph.D. (Meteorology) Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
Research Interests
The assessment of wind energy
The influence of anthropogenic land cover/use change on the regional climate
Tropical cyclone in outflow, intensity, genesis

Professional Experience
Visiting Assistant Researcher, International Pacific Research Center (IPRC), University of Hawaii, USA (2/2012–1/2013)
Lecturer, University Of Information Science and Technology, China (9/2007–Present)
Refereed Publications
Liyan, Wang yuan, Chu huiyun, Tang jianping, 2009: The climate influence of anthropogenic land-use changes on near-surface wind energy potential in China. Chinese science bulletin, 53(18):2859-2866.
Liyan, Binwang, Liguang Wu, 2013: Multi-scale interactive genesis of TC05A (2011) over the equatorial Indian Ocean: an observational analysis in the tropical weather and climate dynamics workshop”, 9-12 October, Honolulu, USA
Funding History
2009-2011, PI, “The influence of anthropogenic land cover/use change on the near-surface wind”, Supported By National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC).
2009-2011, PI, “The influence of Three Gorges Dam on the local climate”, Support by the Chinese Post-Doctoral Fund.
2010-2013, Co-PI, “Wind energy forecast for the complex terrain”, Support by the Public Scientific Research project (Meteorology).
2014-2016, PI, “The influence of the land cover change in Yangzi River coupling the complex topography on the regional climate”, Supported by the Key Laboratory Of Meteorological Disaster Of Ministry Of Education.
2013-2017, Co-PI, “The impact of the land use change associated with the development of hydropower station in Daduhe River on regional climate change”, Supported by the Daduhe River Houziyan Hydropower Construction Co. Ltd.
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