研究员

王春在

  • 方  向:海洋-大气相互作用、气候变化、海洋灾害和极端天气气候事件
  • 行政职务:国重主任
  • 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

王春在博士主要从事海洋-大气相互作用、气候变化、海洋灾害和极端天气气候事件的研究。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海洋灾害和极端天气气候事件的影响。

个人简介

王春在博士,主要从事海洋-大气相互作用和气候变化的研究,与世界上100多名科学家合作研究,取得了丰富的创新学术成果。在《Nature》、《Nature Climate Change》、《Science Advances》、《Nature Communications》等国际学术期刊发表SCI论文160多篇,其中第一作者60篇,H-指数为53,入选ESI地球科学领域Top 1%高引用科学家。他最近的4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》。曾担任世界气候研究计划(WCRP)“气候变率及可预测性”研究计划泛美海区气候过程研究项目(CLIVAR/IASCLIP)的联合主席,现任国际“气候变率及其可预测性”研究计划热带洋盆相互作用(CLIVAR/TBI)委员会委员、ENSO理论概念模式(CLIVAR/ECM)工作组成员,曾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。是国家特聘专家、中国教育部“长江学者”、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, 青岛, 中国。
● 1983-1986:硕士, 海洋气象学, 中国海洋大学, 青岛, 中国。
● 1987-1991:硕士, 大气科学, 俄勒冈州立大学(Oregon State University), 科瓦利斯, 俄勒冈州, 美国。
● 1991-1995:博士, 物理海洋学, 南佛罗里达大学 (University of South Florida), 圣彼得堡, 佛罗里达州, 美国。

工作经历

● 1995-1999:博士后、助理研究员,南佛罗里达大学海洋学院,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

近三年发表论文:

●  Liao, H., C. Wang, and Z. Song, 2021: ENSO phase-locking biases from the CMIP5 to CMIP6 models and a possible explanation. Deep-Sea Research Part II, in press.
●  Liu, Y., C. Sun, F. Kucharski, J. Li, C. Wang, and R. Ding, 2021: The North Pacific blob acts to increase the predictability of the Atlantic warm pool. Environ. Res. Lett., 16, 064034.
●  Sun, S., C. Wang*, and G. Ren, 2021: Changes in the diurnal temperature range over East Asia from 1901 to 2018 and its dependence on precipitation. Climatic Change, in press.
●  Wang, C., Y. Yao, H. Wang, X. Sun, and J. Zheng, 2021: The 2020 summer floods and 2020/21 winter extreme cold surges in China and the 2020 typhoon season in the western North Pacific. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 38, 896–904.
●  Han, X., and C. Wang*, 2021: Weakened feedback of the Indian Ocean on El Niño since the early 1990s. Clim. Dyn., https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-021-05745-5.
●  Wang, J.-Z., and C. Wang*, 2021: Joint boost to super El Nino from the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. J. Climate, 34, 4937- 4954.
●  Liao, H., and C. Wang*, 2021: Sea surface temperature anomalies in the western Indian Ocean as a trigger for Atlantic Niño events. Geophys. Res. Lett., in press.
●  Zheng, J., and C. Wang*, 2021: Influences of three oceans on record-breaking rainfall over the Yangtze River Valley in June 2020. Sci. China Earth Sci., 64, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11430-020-9758-9.
●  Li, X., C. Wang*, and J. Lan, 2021: Role of the South China Sea in southern China rainfall: Meridional moisture flux transport. Clim. Dyn., 56, 2551–2568.
●  Wang*, C., S. Chen*, Z. Song, and X. Wang, 2021: Impacts of the Atlantic warm pool on North American precipitation and global sea surface temperature in a coupled general circulation model. Clim. Dyn., 56, 1163–1181.
●  An, S.-I., C. Wang, and C. R. Mechoso, 2020: Teleconnections in the atmosphere. Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins: Observations, Mechanisms, Predictability, and Impacts, C. R. Mechoso, Eds., Cambridge University Press, 54-88.
●  Fu, Y., F. Li, J. Karstensen, and C. Wang*, 2020: A stable Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation in a changing North Atlantic Ocean since the 1990s. Science Advances, 6, eabc7836.
●  Xie, M., and C. Wang*, 2020: Decadal variability of the anticyclone in the western North Pacific. J. Climate, 33, 9031-9043. DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-20-0008.1
●  Li, B., L. Zhou, C. Wang, C. Gao, J. Qin, and Z. Meng, 2020: Modulation of tropical cyclone genesis in the Bay of Bengal by the Central Indian Ocean mode. J. Geophy. Res: Atmospheres, 125, e2020JD032641. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JD032641
●  Li, C., C. Wang*, and T. Zhao, 2020: Seasonal co-variability of dryness/wetness in China and global sea surface temperature. J. Climate, 33, 727-747.
●  Zheng, J., and C. Wang*, 2019: Hot Summers in the Northern Hemisphere. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 10,891–10,900. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL084219
●  Wang, C., 2019: Three-ocean interactions and climate variability: A review and perspective. Clim. Dyn., 53, 5119–5136.
●  Wang, Q., J. Li, F.-F. Jin, J. Chan, C. Wang, R. Ding, C. Sun, F. Zheng, J. Feng, F. Xie, Y. Li, F. Li, and Y. Xu, 2019: Tropical cyclones act to intensify El Niño. Nature Communications, 10, 3793, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11720-w.
●  Fu, Y., C. Wang*, P. Brandt, R. J. Greatbatch, 2019: Interannual variability of Antarctic intermediate water in the tropical North Atlantic. J. Geophy. Res., 124, 4044–4057.
●  Shi, Y., Y. Du, Z. Chen, and C. Wang, 2019: Impact of the quasi-biweekly oscillation on the super typhoon tracks in winter over the western North Pacific. Clim. Dyn., 53, 793–804.
●  Yan, Y., L. Svendsen, C. Wang*, N. Keenlyside, and D. Xu, 2019: A north-south contrast of subsurface salinity anomalies in the northwestern Pacific from 2002 to 2013. J. Geophys. Res., 124, 1795-1806.
●  Chen, R., Z. Wen, R. Lu, and C. Wang, 2019: Causes of the extreme hot mid-summer in Central and South China during 2017: Role of the western tropical Pacific warming. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 36, 465-478.
●  Wang, X., M. Chen, C. Wang, S.-W. Yeh, and W. Tan, 2019: Evaluation of performance of CMIP5 models in simulating the North Pacific Oscillation and El Nino Modoki. Clim. Dyn., 52, 1383–1394.
●  Zhao, H., and C. Wang*, 2019: On the relationship between ENSO and tropical Cyclones in the western North Pacific during the boreal summer. Clim. Dyn., 52, 275-288.
●  Sun, C., J. Li, F. Kucharski, I.-K. Kang, F.-F. Jin, K. Wang, C. Wang, R. Ding, and F. Xie, 2019: Recent acceleration of Arabian Sea warming induced by the Atlantic-western Pacific trans-basin multidecadal variability. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 1662–1671. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL081175.

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获得专利情况

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.

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