Name: Na Liu 

Key Laboratory of Marine Science and Numerical Modeling
First Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources
No. 6 Xianxialing Road, Qingdao, P. R. China 266061


09/2003-07/2006: OCEAN UNIVERSITY OF CHINA, PhD of Science degree, in Physical Oceanography.
09/2000-07/2003: FIRST INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY, SOA, CHINA, Master of Science degree, in Physical Oceanography.
09/1996-07/2000: LIAO CHENG UNIVERSITY, Bachelor of Science degree, in Physical.

Working Experience
12/2020- Present: FIRST INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY, MNR, QINGDAO, CHINA, Professorate Senior Engineer
03/2009-04/2011: POLAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF CHINA, Postdoctoral

Research Interests 
The polar physical oceanography
The polar climate change

Research Projects
1.Physical Oceanography and Marine Meteorology Investigation in Arctic. Period covered: 01/2016-12/2020.
2.Arctic Drifting Ice Camp Project (MOSAiC Project) in 2019. Period covered: 01/2019-12/2020.
3.Study on excitation mechanism of Antarctic Circumpolar Wave (ACW) for circumpolar signal propagation. Period covered: 01/2008-12/2010.
4.The role of Arctic sea ice anomaly in the formation of winter extreme weather and climate events in China between 2007 and 2010. Period covered: 01/2012-12/2015.
5.Observation and correction of dissolved oxygen (hydrologic parameter) in polar region. Period covered:01/2014-12/2016.
6.Research on rapid variation of Arctic sea ice and its weather and climate effects. Period covered:01/2012-12/2015.
7.Seaworthiness assessment of the Arctic sea-route and development and demonstration of the sea-route forecast system. Period covered:01/2012-12/2015.
8.Study of key technology of numerical forecast for global ocean circulation and polar sea ice. Period covered:01/2011-12/2013.
9.Polar cooperation project of the State Oceanic Administration between China and Canada. Period covere:01/2011-12/2012.
10.Polar cooperation project of the State Oceanic Administration between China and the United States. Period covered:01/2014-12/2014.
11.Compilations of technical specifications for hydrometeorological, chemical and biological investigations on polar oceans. Period covered:07/2011-12/2012.
12.Sea-ice-air interaction in the Southern Ocean and its influence on the south Indian Ocean. Period covered:01/2010-12/2014.

1.Liu Na, Liu Jiping, Zhang Zhanhai, Chen Hongxia and Song Mirong, Is extreme Arctic sea ice anomaly in 2007 a key contributor to severe January 2008 snowstorm in China? Int. J. Climatol. 32, 2012, DOI: 10.1002/joc.2400.
2.Liu Na, Zhang Zhanhai, Chen Hongxia and Lin Lina. Western Indian Ocean SST signal and anomalous Antarctic sea-ice concentration variation, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2011, 30(2):9-13.
3.Wang Yingjie, Liu Na*, Zhang Zhanhai, Sea Ice Reduction During Winter of 2017 Due to Oceanic Heat Supplied by Pacific Water in the Chukchi Sea, West Arctic Ocean[J]. Frontiers in Marine Science, 2021, 8:650909.
4.Lv Xinyuan, Liu Na*, Yang Yongzeng, et al. Analysis on the characteristics of cyclones in the Sea of Japan from 1988 to 2017[J]. Advancesin Marine Science, 2021, 39(3): 364-378.
5.Yang Tinglong, Liu Na*, Fang Yue, Kong Bin, Wang Yingjie. Spatial distribution and seasonal variation of ocean fronts in the Sea of Japan[J]. Advances in Marine Science, 2021, 39(3): 379-392.
6.Yingjie Wang, Na Liu, Lina Lin, Yan He, Bin Kong & Zhanhai Zhang. Variation in Water Masses on Shelf of Northern Bering Sea in September 2016-2018. Marine Geodesy, 2020. 43(3): 258-301.
7.Haoyu Wu, Na Liu*, Jingping Peng, Yunzheng Ge, Bin Kong. Analysis and Modelling on Coring Process of Deep-Sea Gravity Piston Corer. The Journal of Engineering, 2020,2020(10):900-905.
8.Liu Na, Kong Bin, Lin Lina, He Yan, Liu Yanguang, et al. Chinese seventh Arctic scientific expedition. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2017,36(3):115-116.
9.Liu Na, Lin Lina, Wang Yingjie ,Kong Bin, Zhang Zhanhai ,Chen Hongxia. Arctic Autumn sea ice decline and Asian winter temperature anomaly. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2016, 35(7): 36-41.
10.Liu Na, Lin Lina, Kong Bin, Wang Yingjie, Zhang Zhanhai , Chen Hongxia. Association between Arctic Autumn sea ice concentration and early winter precipitation in China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2016, 35(5):73-78.
11.Liu Na, Lin Lina, Wang Yingjie, Chen Hongxia, He Yan. The Distribution and Inter-annual Variation of Water Masses on the Bering Sea Shelf in Summer. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2016,35(11):59-67.
12.Liu Na, Lin Lina, He Yan, et al. Distribution and interannual variation of water masses in the Bering Sea basin in summer (in Chinese). Chin Sci Bull,2016, 61: 1478–1487, doi: 10.1360/N972015-00852.
13.Liu Na, Pan Zengdi, Shen Quan, Lin Lina, et, al. Buoy Deployment on the “Xue Long” platform in the Polar Region,Coastal Engineering, 2015,34(4):77-88.1.
14.Liu Na , Chen Hongxia,Feng Ying,et al., Analysis of Problems in Ship-borne ADCP Current Measurements in the Southern Ocean, Advance in Marine Science, 2010,28(4), 523-530.
15.Min, J., and Na Liu, Teleconnection mode between IOD and Northern Hemisphere tropospheric circulation and its mechanism, Meteorol Atmos Phys, 2008, 100, 207–215 , DOI 10.1007/s00703-008-0304-9.
16.Liu Na, H. Chen, and L. Lv, Indian Ocean Dipole Mode Signal at upper Troposphere over Southern High Latitudes. J. Oceanography, 2007,63(N1): 155-157.
17.Liu Na and Chen Hong-xia, Southern Meridional Atmospheric Circulation Associated with IOD. Journal of Ocean University of China, 2006, 5(2):99-105.
18.Yu Weidong, Xiang Baoqiang, Liu Lin, Liu Na, Understanding the origins of interannual thermocline variations in the tropical Indian Ocean. Geophys Res Let, 2005, 32, L24706, doi:10.1029/2005GL024327.
19.Liu Na, Chen Hongxia, Chen Xianyao and Pan Zengdi, A dynamic view of the tropospheric teleconnection between IOD and the Pacific Ocean. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2005, 50(19): 2249-2252.
20.Liu Na, Chen Hongxia, Min Jinzhong, et al., Spatial teleconnection pattern between IOD and the southern high-latitude sea level pressure field. Progress in Natural Science, 2005, 15 (12):93-97.
21.Liu Na, Zhang Qinghua and Chen Hongxia, Correlation between ASO and AAO. Journal of Hydrodynamics, 2004,Ser.B, 16(5): 544-547.
22.Liu Na, Liu Lin, Chen Hongxia and Pan Zengdi, Climate Anomalies in the Southern High Latitudes Associated with the Subtropical Dipole Mode. Chinese Journal of Polar Science, 2004, 15 (2):143-148.