Short Biography

(Updated on 22 August 2013)





Guoping Li, Chengdu University of Information Technology (CUIT), China


Guoping Li received his B.S. degree in synoptic meteorology from Chengdu Institute of Meteorology (CIM, the former CUIT) in 1983, M.S. degree in climatic dynamics from Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) of the Chinese Academy of Science in 1988and Ph.D. degree in GPS meteorology from Southwest Jiaotong University in 2007. He has been a Professor of atmospheric science since 2000, his research interests are plateau weather climatic dynamics and GPS meteorology.

Scholarly Contributions

1.      Pengfei Zhang, Guoping Li, Xiouhua Fu, Yimin Liu, Laifang Li. Clustering of Tibetan Plateau vortices by 10-30-day intraseasonal oscillation,Monthly Weather Review, 2013, doi:

2.      Chen J, Li G*. Diurnal variation of ground-based GPS-PWV under different solar radiation intensity in Chengdu Plain. Journal of Geodynamics, 2013, doi: 10.1016/j.jog.2013.08.002

3.      Chen G, Li G*. Dynamic and numerical study of waves in the Tibetan Plateau vortex, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 2013, doi: 10.1007/s00376-013-1035-5

4.      Wang, H, Wei, M, Li, G, Zhou, S, Zeng, Q. Analysis of precipitable water vapor from GPS measurements in Chengdu region: Distribution and evolution characteristics in autumn, Advances in Space Research, 2013, 52(4):656- 667

5.      Wang Q, Li S, Fu J, Li G. Formation of the anomalous summer precipitation in east China in 2010 and 1998: A comparison of the impacts of two kinds of El Nino. Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2012,26(6):665-682

6.      Liu D, Song L, Li G, Qin P, Chen W, Huang H. Characteristics of the offshore extreme wind load parameters for wind turbines during strong typhoon Hagupit. Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 2011, 17(4):399-408

7.      Li G, Kimura F, Sato T, Huang D. A composite analysis of diurnal cycle of GPS precipitable water vapor in central Japan during calm summer days. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2008, 92(1-2):15-29

8.      Liu X, Li G*. Analytical solutions for the thermal forcing vortices in the boundary layer and its applications. Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 2007, 28(4) :429-439

9.      Li G, Lu J, Jin B, Bu N. The effects of anomalous snow cover of the Tibetan Plateau on the surface heating. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 2001, 18(6): 1206-1214

10.   Li G, Duan T, Haginoya S, Chen L. Estimates of the bulk coefficients and surface fluxes over the Tibetan Plateau using AWS data. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 2001, 79(2): 625-635

11.   Li G, Duan T, Gong Y. The bulk transfer coefficients and surface fluxes on the western Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2000, 45(13): 1221-1226