Meng Li

Research Scientist

Regional Chemical Modeling

NOAA Chemical Sciences Laboratory
325 Broadway, R/CSL4
Boulder, CO 80305 USA

303-497-3855
Meng.Li@noaa.gov

Affiliation

CIRES

The major research interests of Meng Li are emissions, multiphase chemistry, atmospheric modeling and top-down evaluations. Meng has been working on the development of "MIX" anthropogenic emission inventory and the VOC speciation framework over Asia. Meng is now working on quantifying and evaluating the NOx emissions at a regional scale using satellite observations, and improvement of WRF-Chem performance based on multiple techniques.

Education


Tsinghua University, Ph.D of Environmental Science and Technology, Beijing, China (2011.09 – 2016.10)
Beihang Universit, Bachelor of Environmental Engineering, Beijing, China (2007.09 – 2011.07)

Research


Atmospheric Modeling, Top-down Evaluation and Air Quality Management
NMVOC Emissions, Trend, and Speciation
Development of Emission Inventory over Asia and the United States

Current Topics


a) Anthropogenic emissions evaluations over urban and background regions based on satellite and aircraft measurements
b) Ozone changes over the U.S. due to COVID-19
c) MICS-Asia emission inventory development

Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

last modified: February 9, 2021