Dr. Jiangnan Li

Research Scientist - Radiation process in climate modeling
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Current research and/or projects

  • Atmospheric radiation model
  • Radiative transfer theory and method
  • Light scattering
  • Parameterization of optical properties for cloud and aerosol
  • Cloud & aerosol radiative treatment
  • Non-equlibrium thermodynamics and its application to atmosphere
  • Land and ocean albedo

Education and awards

  • BSc (Applied Physics) - Chongqing University, China (1982)
  • MSc (Theoretical Physics) - Sichuan University, China (1986)
  • Ph.D (Atmospheric Physics) - Dalhousie University, Canada (1994)
  • Postdoctoral - GFDL / Princeton University, USA (1994-1996)

Key publications

2016

2015

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2006

2005

before 2005

Scattering

Radiative Transfer

Cloud/Aerosol radiative treatment

Climate model

  • McFarlane, N.A., J. F. Scinocca, M. Lazare, R. Harvey, D. Verseghy, and J. Li, 2005: The CCCma third generation atmospheric general circulation model. CCCma Internal Rep., 25 pp.

  • Evans, W.F.J., E. Puckrin and J. Li and H. Lavoie, 2004: Comparison of clear-sky surface radiative fluxes simulated with radiative transfer models, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 30, 903-912.

  • Fomichev V., P. Forster etc, J. Li, etc. Chapter 3 / SPARC CCMVal assessment report

Radiative entropy