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2017/11/01     

Program

InternationalWorkshop on Tropical-subtropical Weather, Climate and Oceans

Date: November 18-20, 2017, Guangzhou, China

Conference Venue: 1. Meeting Venue (November 18-19,2017) : Kai Xuan Hall, 3rdFloor of Ramada Pearl Hotel Guangzhou; 2. Meeting Venue (November 20,2017) : Academic Hall on the 3rd Floor , Guangdong Emergency EarlyWarning Release Center

Saturday,  Nov. 18, 2017

Theme:  Tropical-subtropical climate variability/change and predictability

TIME

ACTIVITIES

08:30-08:40

Opening Ceremony

Chair: Song Yang

08:40-10:10

Chair: Song Yang

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

08:40-09:10

Inter-decadal  variability of the Afro-Asian summer monsoon and the AMO forcing

Yihui Ding

National  Climate Center, CMA, China

09:10-09:40

Societal benefits of advancing  earth system science and seamless prediction

Ghassem  Asrar

Pacific  Northwest National Laboratory,  DOE,  USA

09:40-10:10

Competing influences of greenhouse  warming and aerosols on circulation and rainfall characteristics in Asian  monsoon regions

William  Lau

University  of Maryland, USA

10:10-10:35

Group Photo & Tea  Break

10:35-12:05

Chair: Ming Cai

10:35-11:05

Towards  predicting changes in the land monsoon rainfall a decade in advance

Bin Wang

University  of Hawaii, USA

11:05-11:35

Role of seasonal  transitions and the westerlies on the rainfall climate of East Asia

John  Chiang

University  of California, Berkeley, USA

11:35-12:05

The Pacific-North-American teleconnection  in different climate states

Yongyun Hu

Peking  University, China

12:05-14:30

Lunch Buffet & Break

VenueCalifornia Café, 1st  Floor, Ramada

14:30-16:00

Chair: Yongyun Hu

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

14:30-15:00

An earth system model coupled with a simplified climate economy  model

Wenjie  Dong

Sun  Yat-sen University, China

15:00-15:30

BCC  climate system model development and applications

Tongwen Wu

Beijing  Climate Center, CMA, China

15:30-16:00

Feeling the pulse of the stratosphere:  An emerging opportunity for predicting continental-scale cold air outbreaks one  month in advance

Ming Cai

Florida  State University, USA

16:00-16:30

Tea Break

16:30-17:00

Changes in ENSO dynamics and  teleconnections

Jin-Yi Yu

University  of California, Irvine, USA

17:00-17:30

Tropical Indian ocean warming contributions  to China winter climate trends since 1960

Qigang Wu

Nanjing University, China

17:30-18:30

Poster Session  (Chairs: Bingqi Yi)

Sunday,  Nov. 19, 2017

Theme: Tropical-subtropical air-sea interaction and oceanic dynamics

TIME

ACTIVITIES

08:30-08:45

Opening Ceremony

Chairs:  Lixin Wu & Peter Webster

Speaker:  Si Zhang

08:45-10:25

Keynote  Speech

Chairs:  Dunxin Hu &  Yan Du

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

08:45-09:15

海洋信息感知与透明海洋

Lixin Wu

Ocean University of China

09:15-09:45

A spring view of El Nino diversity

Shangping Xie

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA

09:45-10:25

Group  Photo

Tea  Break & Poster Session

10:25-12:05

Chairs: Dake Chen & HuijieXue

10:25-10:45

Wintertime synoptic storm track and Greenland Blocking  influenced by interannual/decadal changes in Gulf Stream path

Terrence Joyce

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,  USA

10:45-11:05

Dynamical Links between the  Decadal Variability of the Oyashio and Kuroshio Extensions

Bo Qiu

University of Hawaii, USA

11:05-11:25

Decadal variations of the Indonesian through flow and  influences on the Indian Ocean heat balance and meridional overturning  circulation

Ming Feng

CSIRO, Australia

11:25-11:45

Modeling Carbon Cycle and  Marine Ecosystems in the Pacific Ocean

Fei Chai

University of Maine, USA/  SOED, Second Institute of Oceanography, SOA

11:45-12:05

Synthesize circulation and biogeochemical response in  estuary-shelf off Hong Kong

Jianping Gan

Hong Kong University of  Science and Technology

12:05-14:00

Lunch Buffet & Break

VenueCalifornia Café, 1st  Floor, Ramada

14:00-16:00

Chairs: Bo Qiu &  ShiqiuPeng

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

14:00-14:20

Radius of state-an index for ocean circulation

Ruixin  Huang

Woods  Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA

14:20-14:40

Cross Shelf Transport in a Macro Tidal Environment

Huijie Xue

LTO, SCSIO

14:40-15:00

Comparison of Indian summer and winter monsoon variability  during last 25ka  based on terrestrial  sedimentary records from Sri Lanka

Pradeep Nalaka Ranasinghe

University of Ruhuna, Sri  Lanka

15:00-15:20

Early 20th century Arctic warming intensified  by Pacific and Atlantic multidecadal variability

Hiroki Tokinaga

Kyoto University, Japan

15:20-15:40

A New Index for Identifying Different Types of E1 Niño  Modoki Events

Xin Wang

LTO, SCSIO

15:40-16:00

Tea Break & Poster  Session

16:00-18:00

Chairs: Ruixin Huang & WeiQiang Wang

16:00-16:20

Climate sensitivity to low-level cloud feedbacks

Roberto C. Mechoso

University  of California Los Angeles, USA

16:20-16:40

Air condition effects of regional climate change on global  water vapour plus lapse rate feedback

Jian Ma

Shanghai Ocean University

16:40-17:00

Is the observed poleward migration of maximum intensity  position of tropical cyclones linked with the natural variability or  anthropogenic warming?

Il-Ju Moon

Jeju  (Cheju) National University, South Korea

17:00-17:20

A trans-basin mode of interannual variability of the central  american gap winds: Seasonality and large-scale forcing

Xiaopei Lin

Ocean University of China

17:20-17:40

Tropical-dipole mode and its impact  on subtropics

Xichen Li

Institute  of Atmospheric Physics

17:40-18:00

Response of the equatorial Pacific thermocline to climate  warming

Yiyong Luo

Ocean University of China

Monday,  Nov. 20, 2017

Theme: Tropical-subtropical weather and forecast

TIME

ACTIVITIES

08:30-08:40

Opening Ceremony

Chair:  Dehui Chen

Speaker:  Cong Zeng

08:40-10:10

Chair:Dehui Chen

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

08:40-09:10

Effect of  ENSO on wintertime rainfall over southern China and atmospheric circulation  over western North Pacific: Modulation of PDO

Renhe  Zhang

Fudan  University, China

09:10-9:40

The  impact of upper- and lower-level processes on the intensity and structural changes  of Hurricane Sandy (2012)

Da-Lin  Zhang

University  of Maryland, USA

9:40-10:10

Influences  of the Pacific-Japan teleconnection pattern on synoptic-scale variability in  the western North Pacific

Wen Zhou

City  University of Hong Kong, China

10:10-11:30

Tea Break & Building Tour

11:30-13:00

Chairs: Donghai Wang

11:30-12:00

Advances  in understanding of tropical cyclone intensification

Yuqing  Wang

1State Key Laboratory of Severe  Weather, CAMS, China 2University of Hawaii, USA

12:00-12:30

Multi-week  prediction of tropical

cyclone  activity

Matthew Wheeler

Bureau of Meteorology, Australia

12:30-13:00

Recent  progress on the intraseasonal variability of monsoon systems and upcoming  field programs

Eric  Maloney

Colorado  State University, USA

13:00-14:00

Lunch Buffet & Break

VenueStaff Canteen, 1st Floor of Guangdong Emergency Early  Warning Release Center

14:00-15:30

Chair:Yerong Feng

TIME

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

14:00-14:30

Probable maximum  precipitation: It’s estimation and uncertainty quantification

Francis  Zwiers

University  of Victoria, Canada

14:30-15:00

Large-scale  atmospheric disturbances in the extra tropics: The pivot of a weather-climate  continuum

Yi Deng

Georgia  Institute of Technology, USA

15:00-15:30

Large  eddy simulation of tropical cyclone evolution

Liguang Wu

Nanjing  University of Information Science and Technology, China

15:30-16:00

Tea Break

16:00-18:30

Chair: Yi Deng

16:00-16:30

A  Global-China Sea Nested Atmospheric and Ocean Forecast System developed under  the Sun Yat-Sen Community Integrated Model (SYCIM)

Changsheng  Chen

1University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth USA 2Sun Yat-sen  University

16:30-17:00

Comparing  the urbanization and global warming impacts on extreme rainfall  characteristics in the Pearl River Delta based on dynamical downscaling

Francis Tam

The  Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

17:00-17:30

An  overview of the real time 2017 southern China heavy-rainfall prediction  experiment

Donghai Wang

Sun  Yat-sen University, China

17:30-18:30

Poster Session (Chairs: Yerong  Feng )