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Model Development Is Crucial in Understanding Climate Change[Jul 16, 2019]

Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics are in charge of the development of CAS FGOALS-f3-L climate model's atmospheric model. They recently completed the Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project simulations in the sixth phase of Coupled Model Intercomparison Project.

loess deposit;atmospheric dynamics;Tajikistan;

Researchers Reveal New Perspective on Atmospheric Dust Dynamics in Southern Central Asia[Jul 12, 2019]

A research group led by Prof. SONG Yougui from Institute of Earth Environment of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the collaborators clarified the potential links between the atmospheric circulation patterns, aeolian dust transport and deposition and formation of loess sediments in Tajikistan.

volcano;ozone recovery;climate model

Super Volcanic Eruptions Interrupt Ozone Recovery[Jul 12, 2019]

Recently, scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics found that strong volcanic eruptions, especially when a super volcano erupts, would have a strong impact on ozone, and might interrupt the ozone recovery processes.

urbanization;eco-environment;coupling

Scientists Develop a New Tool to Simulate Urbanization and Eco-environment Coupling[Jul 11, 2019]

A research team led by Prof. FANG Chuanglin from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research designed and developed the Urbanization and Eco-environment Coupler (UEC) to simulate urbanization and eco-environment coupling. They chose the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei urban agglomeration as a case study research area.

global warming;East Asian summer monsoon;rainfall;Tibetan Plateau

Why East Asian Summer Monsoon Circulation Enhanced under Global Warming?[Jul 05, 2019]

A collaborated study, conducted by Dr. HE Chao and Prof. ZHOU Tianjun from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and their collaborators, shows that the Tibetan Plateau plays an essential role in enhancing the East Asian summer monsoon circulation under global warming through enhanced latent heating over the Tibetan Plateau.

monsoon;East Asia;winter monsoon;latitude;orbital timescale

Scientists Reveal Latitude Dependence of East Asian Winter Monsoon Variations on Orbital Timescales[Jul 05, 2019]

Dr. LIU Xiaodong from the Institute of Earth Environment and his colleagues made new progress in the study of latitude dependence of EAWM variations at orbital scale. Long-term transient simulations for the last 300,000 years indicated that the variations of the EAWM at orbital scales showed significant periodicity, and the periodicity was distinct for the northern and southern EAWM.

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