Profile for Lihua Li

Title: Engineer
Contact: E-mail
Office Phone: 301-614-6356
Fax: 301-614-5492


Updates to our publications records have been put on hold until a new storage and delivery system has been put in place. As a result, this information is currently out of date and does not include the most recent publications. For a more complete listing of publications, please visit the Sciences and Exporation Directorate.

Ferraro, R., C. Peters-Lidard, C. Hernandez, F. J. Turk, F. Aires, C. Prigent, X. Lin, S. Boukabara, K. Gopalan, K. Harrison, F. Karbou, L. Li, C. Liu, H. Masunaga, L. Moy, S. Ringerud, G. Skofronick-Jackson, Y. Tian, and N.-Y. Wang (2013). An Evaluation of Microwave Land Surface Emissivities over the Continental United States to Benefit GPM-Era Precipitation Algorithms IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 51(1), 378-398

Heymsfield, G. M., L. Tian, L. Li, M. McLinden, and J. I. Cervantes (2013). Airborne Radar Observations of Severe Hailstorms: Implications for Future Spaceborne Radar Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 52(8), 1851-1867

McLinden, M., J. Carswell, L. Li, G. M. Heymsfield, A. Emory, J. I. Cervantes, and L. Tian (2013). Utilizing Versatile Transmission Waveforms to Mitigate Pulse-Compression Range Sidelobes with the HIWRAP Radar IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 10(6), 1365-1368

Evans, K. F., J. R. Wang, D. O'C Starr, G. Heymsfield, L. Li, L. Tian, R. P. Lawson, A. J. Heymsfield, and A. Bansemer (2012). Ice hydrometeor profile retrieval algorithm for high-frequency microwave radiometers: Application to the CoSSIR instrument during TC4. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 5, 2277-2306

Heymsfield, G.M., L. Tian, A.J. Heymsfield, L. Li, and S.R. Guimond (2010). Characteristics of deep convection from nadir viewing high-altitude airborne radar J. Atmos. Sci., 67(2), 285–308

Tian, L., G.M. Heymsfield, A.J. Heymsfield, L. Li, and R. Srivastava (2010). A study of cirrus ice particle size distribution using TC4 observations J. Atmos. Sci., 67(1), 195–216

Sayres D.S., J.B. Smith, J.V. Pittman, E.M. Weinstock, J.G. Anderson, G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, A.M. Fridlind, and A.S. Ackerman (2008). Validation and determination of ice water content - radar reflectivity relationships during CRYSTAL-FACE: Flight requirements for future comparisons J. Geophys. Res., 113(D05208).

Tian, L., G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, and R. Srivastava (2008). Properties of Light Stratiform Rain Derived from 10 and 94 GHz Airborne Doppler Radars Measurements J. Geophys. Res., 112(D11211).

Tian, L., G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, and R. Srivastava (2007). Properties of light stratiform rain derived from 10- and 94GHz airborne Doppler radars measurements J. Geophys. Res..

Tian, L., G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, and R. C Srivastava (2007). Retrieval of raindrop size distribution, vertical air velocity and water vapor attenuation using dual-wavelength Doppler radar observations J. Geophys. Res., 112(D11), D11211

Heymsfield, G.M., and L. Li (2005). Development of high altitude UAV weather radars for Hurricanes Interagency Hurricane Conference

Li, L., G.M. Heymsfield, L. Tian, and P.E. Racette (2005). Measurements of ocean surface backscattering using an airborne 94-Ghz cloud radar-implication for calibration of the airborne and spaceborne W-band radars J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 22, 1033-1045

Wang Z., G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, and A. Heymsfield (2005). Retrieving optically thick ice cloud microphysical properties by using Airborne Dual-wavelength Radar Measurements J. Geophys. Res., 110(D19201).

Li, L., G.M. Heymsfield, P.E. Racette, L. Tian, and E. Zenker (2004). A 94 Ghz cloud radar system on a NASA High-altitude ER-2 aircraft J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 21, 1378-1388

McGill, M., D. Hlavka, G.M. Heymsfield, L. Li, M.A. Vaughan, L. Tian, P.E. Racette, D.M. Winker, and W. Hart (2004). Combined lidar-radar remote sensing: Initial results from CRYSTAL-FACE and Implications for Future Spaceflight Missions J. Geophys. Res., 109.

Ridley B., L. Ott, L. Emmons, D. Montzka, A. Weinheimer, D. Knapp, F. Grahek, L. Li, M. McGill, P. Kucera, M.J. Mahoney, G.M. Heymsfield, and G. Brasseur (2004). Florida Thunderstorms: A faucet of reactive nitrogen to the upper troposphere J. Geophys. Res., DI7305