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王春在
研究员
方向:热带海洋-大气过程与气候效应 行政职务:
学科专业:物理海洋学、气象学 导师:博士导师,硕士导师
办公电话:020-84450701
电子邮箱:cwang@scsio.ac.cn
通讯地址:广州市新港西路164号

研究方向

海洋-大气相互作用、气候变率和全球变暖、海洋对极端天气事件的影响。 王春在博士主要从事研究海洋-大气相互作用在全球和区域气候过程中的作用,气候变率和全球变暖对极端天气事件的影响以及海洋和大气环流。他分析大规模海洋和大气数据,使用海洋和大气数值模拟实验以及理论进行研究。他目前的研究方向包括(1)太平洋、印度洋、大西洋之间相互作用及其对全球气候的影响;(2)海洋环流对气候的影响及物理机制;(3)气候变率和全球变暖对极端天气事件(如台风、干旱、洪水等)的影响。

个人详细介绍

个人简介

王春在,博士,现受聘于中国科学院南海海洋研究所。主要从事研究海洋-大气相互作用在全球和区域气候过程中的作用,气候变率和全球变暖对极端天气事件的影响以及海洋和大气环流。共发表SCI学术论文130多篇,被SCI论文引用4400多次,3篇文章被Web of Science评为高引用文章(Highly Cited Papers),入选全球地学领域Top1%高引用科学家。论文包括发表在《Nature》、《Nature Climate Change》顶尖杂志和主要回顾论文。最近的三篇论文被《Science》、《Nature》、《Nature Geosciences》的主编作为重要成果专门介绍。有一本气候专著《Earth's Climate: The Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction》。在重要国际学术会议上作特邀报告18次,此外还担任多个国际著名学术刊物(如《Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans》、《Journal of Climate》)的主编或副编,是中国科学院率先行动百人计划学术帅才首批入选者,曾获中共中央组织部的千人计划,中国教育部长江学者,中国科学院海外评审专家,入选广东省“珠江人才计划”引进领军人才。

教育经历:

1978-1982: 学士, 海洋气象学, 中国海洋大学, 青, 中国。

1983-1986: 士, 海洋气象学, 中国海洋大学, 青, 中国。

1987-1991: 士, 大气科学, 俄勒州立大学(Oregon State University), 科瓦利斯, 俄勒州, 美国。

1991-1995: 博士, 物理海洋学, 南佛里达大学 (University of South Florida), 圣彼得堡, 里达州, 美国。

工作经历:

1995-1999: 博士后助理研究,南佛里达大学海洋学院,圣彼得堡,美国。

1999-2000: 助理研究员, 海洋和大气联合研究院/海洋和大气科学学院 (CIMAS/RSMAS), 迈阿密大学, 美国。

2000-2016: 助理研究员、副研究员、研究员,美国国家海洋大气管理局/大西洋海洋和气象研究所 (NOAA/AOML), 迈阿密, 美国。

2016-今:特聘研究员,中国科学院南海海洋研究所,广州,中国.

近期代表性论文(近三年)

Wang, X., W. Tan, and C. Wang, 2017: A new index for identifying different types of El Niño Modoki events.  Clim. Dyn., in press.

 Yan, Y., L. Li, and C. Wang, 2017: The effects of oceanic barrier layer on the upper ocean response to tropical cyclones.  J. Geophy. Res., in press.

 Wang, C., X. D. Wang, R. H. Weisberg, and M. L. Black, 2017: Variability of tropical cyclone rapid intensification in the North Atlantic and its relationship with climate variations.  Clim. Dyn.,doi:10.1007/s00382-017-3537-9.

 Fan, L., Q. Liu, C. Wang, and F. Guo, 2017: Indian Ocean dipole modes associated with different types of ENSO development.  J. Climate, 30, 2233-2249.

 Zhao, H., C. Wang, and R. Yoshida, 2016: Modulation of tropical cyclogenesis in the western North Pacific by the quasi-biweekly oscillation.  Adv. Atmos. Sci., 33 (12), 1361-1375.

 Zhang, M., L. Zhou, D. Chen, C. Wang, 2016: A genesis potential index for western North Pacific tropical cyclone by using oceanic parameters. J. Geophy. Res., 121 (9), 7176–7191.

 Wang, C., C. Deser, J.-Y. Yu, P. DiNezio, and A. Clement, 2016: El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO): A review.  Coral Reefs of the Eastern Pacific, P. Glymn, D. Manzello, and I. Enochs, Eds., Springer Science Publisher, 85-106.

 Wang, C., L. Wang, X. Wang, D. Wang, and L. Wu, 2016: North-south variations of tropical storm genesis locations in the Western Hemisphere.  Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 11,367–11,374, doi:10.1002/2016GL071440.

 Zhao, H., and C. Wang, 2016: Interdecadal modulation on the relationship between ENSO and typhoon activity during the late season in the western North Pacific.  Clim. Dyn., 47, 315–328.

 Lee, S.-K., A. T. Wittenberg, D. B. Enfield, S. J. Weaver, C. Wang, and R. Atlas, 2016:US regional tornado outbreaks and their links to spring ENSO phases and North Atlantic SST variability.  Environ. Res. Lett., 11 (2016) 044008.

 Wang, C., 2016: [The Tropics] Atlantic warm pool [in “State of the Climate in 2015”].  Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 97 (8), S123-S124.

 Tan, W., X. Wang, W. Wang, C. Wang, and J. Zuo, 2016: Different responses of sea surface temperature in the South China Sea to various El Niño events during boreal autumn.  J. Climate, 29, 1127-1142.

Song, Z., S.-K. Lee, C. Wang, B. Kirtman, and F. Qiao, 2015: Contributions of the atmosphere-land and ocean-sea ice model components to the tropical Atlantic SST bias in CESM1.  Ocean Modeling, 96, 280-290, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2015.09.008.

 Liang, Y.-C., J.-Y. Yu, M.-H. Lo, and C. Wang, 2015: The changing influence of El Niño on the Great Plains low-level jet.  Atmos. Sci. Let., 16, 512–517.

Moon, I.-J., S.-H. Kim, and C. Wang, 2015: El Niño and intense tropical cyclones.  Nature, 526, E4-E5.

 Wang, X. D., C. Wang, L. Zhang, and X. Wang, 2015: Multidecadal variability of tropical cyclone rapid intensification in the western North Pacific.  J.Climate, 28, 3806-3820.

 Karnauskas, M., M. J. Schirripa, J. K. Craig, G. S. Cook, C. R. Kelble, J. J. Agar, B. A. Black, D. B. Enfield, D. Lindo-Atichati, B. A. Muhling, K. M. Purcell, P. M. Richards, and C. Wang, 2015: Evidence of climate-driven ecosystem reorganization in the Gulf of Mexico.  Global Change Biol., 21, 2554-2568.

 Wang, C., 2015: [The Tropics] Atlantic warm pool [in “State of the Climate in 2014”].  Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96 (7), S123-S124.

 Ling, Z., G. Wang, and C. Wang, 2015: Out-of-phase relationship between tropical cyclones generated locally in the South China Sea and non-locally from the northwest Pacific Ocean.  Clim. Dyn., 45, 1129-1136.

 Yan, Y., G. Wang, C. Wang, and J. Su, 2015: Low salinity water off west Luzon Island in summer.  J. Geophys. Res., 120, 3011-3021, doi:10.1002/2014JC010465.

 Peng, S., Y. Li, X. Gu, D. Wang, H. Wang, C. Wang, D. Liu, W. Lai, B. Liu, S. Wang, Y. Feng, and J. Zhang, 2015: A real-time regional forecasting system established for the South China Sea and its performance in the track forecasts of tropical cyclones during 2011-2013.  Wea. Forecasting, 30, 471-485.

Yeh, S.-W., X. Wang, C. Wang, and B. Dewitte, 2015: On the relationship between the North Pacific climate variability and the Central Pacific El Niño.  J. Climate, 28, 663-677.

Yang, L., Y. Du, D. Wang, C. Wang, and X. Wang, 2015: Impact of intraseasonal oscillation on the tropical cyclone track in the South China Sea.  Clim. Dyn., 44, 1505–1519.

 Liu, H., C. Wang, S.-K. Lee, and D. B. Enfield, 2015: Inhomogeneous influence of the Atlantic warm pool on United States precipitation.  Atmos. Sci. Lett., 16, 63-69.

专著

    Wang, C., S.-P. Xie, and J. A. Carton, Eds., 2004: Earth’s Climate: The Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction.  Geophysical Monograph Series 147, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C., 414 pp.