Ph.D., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
M.Sc., Sun Yat-sen University, China
B.Sc., Sun Yat-sen University, China
Global Environmental Issues and Sustainability
Seminar in Environmental Planning and Management
Geography of Health and the Environment
Selected Topics in the Geography of China (Physical & Environmental Geography)
Associate Editor, Hydrological Processes (2017 -)
Hydrology and water resources
Climate extremes and water hazards
Regional water cycle
Compound floods from upstream river discharge, localized rainstorm and storm surge across the Pearl River Delta megacity region: Risks, Changes and Mechanisms, Principal Investigator, General Research Fund, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 1/2018-12/2020, HK$ 314,900
Characterizing changes in precipitation extremes induced by tropical cycles over the Southern China, Principal Investigator, Faculty Research Grant I, Hong Kong Baptist University, 1/2018-12/2018, HK$ 49,520
Co-occurrence of droughts and heat waves under the changing climate in the Pearl River Basin: Variations, interactions and impacts, Principal Investigator, Early Career Scheme, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 9/2016-8/2019, HK$ 611,985
Evaluation of variations of drought-heat wave coupling based on soil moisture in the Pearl River Basin, Principal Investigator, Faculty Research Grant II, Hong Kong Baptist University, 3/2016-8/2017, HK$ 99,860
Achieving sustainable urban park management in Hong Kong through the development of indicators, Co-Investigator, Public Policy Research Fund, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, 8/2016-7/2017, HK$ 340,786
Li J., Y.D. Chen, T.Y. Gan, and N.C. Lau (2018), Elevated increases in human-perceived temperature under climate warming. Nature Climate Change, 8, 43-47.
J Liu, Q. Zhang, Y. Zhang, X. Chen, J. Li, and S.K. Aryal (2017), Deducing climatic elasticity to assess projected climate change impacts on streamflow change across China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122(19), 10228-10245.
Li J., Y.D. Chen, L. Zhang, Q. Zhang, and F.H.S. Chiew (2016), Future changes in floods and water availability across China: Linkage with changing climate and uncertainties. Journal of Hydrometeorology, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JHM-D-15-0074.1
Chen Y.D., J. Li, and Q. Zhang (2016), Changes in site-scale temperature extremes over China during 2071-2100 in CMIP5 simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121(6), 2732-2749.
Li, J., Q. Zhang, Y. D. Chen, and V. P. Singh (2015), Future joint probability behaviors of precipitation extremes across China: Spatiotemporal patterns and implications for flood and drought hazards. Global and Planetary Change, 124, 107-122.
Zhang, Q., M. Xiao, J. Li, V. P. Singh, and Z. Wang (2014), Topography-based spatial patterns of precipitation extremes in the Poyang Lake basin, China: Changing properties and causes. Journal of Hydrology, 512, 229-239.
Li, J., Q. Zhang, Y. D. Chen, C.-Y. Xu, and V. P. Singh (2013), Changing spatiotemporal patterns of precipitation extremes in China during 2071-2100 based on Earth System Models. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(22), 12537-12555.
Li, J., Q. Zhang, Y. D. Chen, and V. P. Singh (2013), GCMs-based spatiotemporal evolution of climate extremes during the 21st century in China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(19), 11017-11035.
Zhang, Q., J. Li, V. P. Singh, C.-Y. Xu, and J. Deng (2013), Influence of ENSO on precipitation in the East River basin, South China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(5), 2207-2219.
Zhang, Q., J. Li, V. P. Singh, and C.-Y. Xu (2012), Copula-based Spatio-temporal Patterns of Precipitation Extremes in China. International Journal of Climatology, DOI:10.1002/joc.3499.
Li, J., Q. Zhang, and X. Chen (2012), Spatio-temporal Probability Behaviors of the Maximum Consecutive Wet Days in the Xinjiang, China. Acta Geographica Sinica, 67(3): 310-320. (In Chinese)
Li, J., Q. Zhang, X. Chen, and J. Tao (2011), Study of Ecological Instream Flow in Yellow River, Considering the Hydrological Change. Acta Geographica Sinica, 66(1): 99-110. (In Chinese)