Member Since 2000
Xiaohong Liu
Professor & Reta Haynes Chair in Geosciences, Texas A&M University College Station
Dr. Xiaohong Liu's research focuses on cloud-aerosol-precipitation-radiation interactions and effects on climate change; multi-scale modeling of clouds and aerosols and their interactions in the climate system; and developments of cloud and aerosol parameterizations for Earth System Models. https://atmo.tamu.edu/people/profiles/faculty/liuxiaohong.html
Professional Experience
Texas A&M University College Station
Professor & Reta Haynes Chair in Geosciences
2019 - Present
Education
Nanjing University
Doctorate
1992
Honors & Awards
Union Fellow
Received December 2023
Citation
For exceptional contributions to understanding the fundamental mechanisms of aerosol impacts on clouds and climate and advancing atmospheric models
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Outstanding Reviewer Award - JGR-Atmospheres
Received December 2018
Outstanding Reviewer Award - JGR-Atmospheres
Received December 2017
Current Roles
Associate Editor
JGR Atmospheres Section
Publications
Larger Dust Cooling Effect Estimated From Regionally Dependent Refractive Indices

The dust direct radiative effect (DRE) depends strongly on the dust particle size distribution (PSD) and complex refractive index (CRI). Although r...

April 26, 2024
AGU Abstracts
Hemispheric Comparisons of Ice and Mixed-Phase Cloud Microphysical Properties Using Airborne Observations and Climate Model Simulations
ONLINE POSTER SESSION FOR ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES: CLIMATE MODELING - PRECIPITATION V
atmospheric sciences | 23 january 2024
Ching A. Yang, Minghui Diao, Yang Shi, Xiaohong Li...
The radiative effects of clouds are largely influenced by cloud microphysical properties (such as ice water content, liquid water content) and cloud t...
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Ice nucleation representation and its impact on the anthropogenic aerosol forcing in E3SM
MICROPHYSICAL AND MACROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESSES OF ICE AND MIXED-PHASE CLOUDS: LINKING IN SITU AND REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS AND MULTISCALE MODELS I POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Kai Zhang, Xiaohong Liu
Ice-containing clouds play an important role in regulating the Earth's radiative budget. Ice nucleating particles (INPs) initiate ice crystal formatio...
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Prognostic impact of the Arctic glacier recession on ice-nucleating particle emission
MICROPHYSICAL AND MACROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESSES OF ICE AND MIXED-PHASE CLOUDS: LINKING IN SITU AND REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS AND MULTISCALE MODELS II ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Naruki Hiranuma, Emmanuel Oko, Francesca Pittino, ...
The Arctic is warming up to 6 times faster than the rest of the globe, and this phenomenon is known as Arctic amplification. While the role of aerosol...
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Volunteer Experience
2018 - 2026
Associate Editor
JGR Atmospheres Section
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