英文简历(English Resume)

                                                  

1Full Name: Huang    Gang           (Family)  (First)

2 Date and Place of Birth:

Nov, 1971 in Beijing

3 Sex:

 Male

4 Present Address:

State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics(LASG)

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

P.O.Box 9804, Beijing 100029, P.R.China

Telephone: +86-10-82995312

Fax: +86-10-82995135 & +86-10-62560390

E-mail: hg@mail.iap.ac.cn, hgiap@hotmail.com (permanent)

5 Academic Positions: Distinguished research fellow of CAS and Professor of UCAS, Ph.D course advisor, Outstanding Young Scientist Foundation of National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC)(2014), National young and middle-aged leading science and technology innovation talents (2016)

6 Short Scientific Biography

 

Graduated from Chengdu Meteorological Institute (B.S.) in July, 1994  

Major: atmospheric dynamics

Graduated from Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy Sciences, (Ph.D) in Sep.1999, major: Climatology (Research focus: monsoon dynamics), Ph.D degree

 

2016.4-present, LASG state key laboratory of monsoon and air-sea team leader

2015.9-present, Distinguished research fellow of Chinese Academy of Sciences(CAS)

2015.1-present, Professor at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences(UCAS)

2015.1-present, Professor, State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics(LASG), c/o Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2013.1-2014.9, vice dean of Research Institute of Huainan, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2006.7-2015.1, professor Key Laboratory of Regional Climate-Envirment for East Asia(RCE-TEA); c/o Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

2001.12-2006.7, associate professor, START Global Change Regional Research Center for Temperate East Asia; c/o Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

1999.9-2001.12, assistant professor, START Global Change Regional Research Center for Temperate East Asia; c/o Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

 

2019.10Senior Visiting Scientist at the university of Maryland ESSIC (Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center)

2018.4, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2016.4, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2016.1-2, Senior Visiting Scientist at the IPRC in the United States

2015.12, Senior Visiting Scientist at the UCLA and UCSD Scripps research institute in the United States

2015.4, Senior Visiting Scientist at the Curtin University of Technology and Bureau of  Meterology in Melbourne and give an Public Lecture

2015.2, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2014.3, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2013.2, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2013.1, Senior Visiting Scientist at Met Office Hadley Centre in UK and participate in the IAP, CAS-UKMO cooperation seminar

2012.11,Senior Visiting Scientist at ICTP (The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics) in Italy and also giving the oral conference report

2012.6, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2011.11, the Chinese University of Hong Kong graduate course teaching

2011.4 Senior Visiting Scientist at The Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG), Chinese University of HK and city University of HK

2010.2-2010.5, Senior Visiting Scientist at the IPRC(International Pacific Research Center) and COLA, U.S.A

2009.8        Senior Visiting Scientist at The Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG)

2007.6-2007.7  Senior Visiting Scientist at Liverpool University of UK

2005.1-2005.7  Senior Visiting Scientist at City University of Hong Kong

2004.3-2004.6  Senior Visiting Scientist Fellowship at Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany

2000.9-2001.1  Post doctor Fellowship, IPRC (International Pacific Research Center) , SOEST , University of Hawaii , U.S.A

1998.4-1998.5  Visiting Scholar at Department of Atmospheric Science, Pusan National University, Korea

 

Visit and attend the meeting of the countries and regions:the United States, Japan,South Korea, Thailand, Holland, Germany, Britain, Russia, Australia, Italy, New Zealand, Sri Lanka China Hong Kong, China Taiwan, China Macau)

 

7 Fields of Specialization:

 Climatological dynamics (Specialized in monsoon dynamics)

 

I mainly investigate climate dynamics, especially, the mechanism of variability of atmospheric circulation and monsoon system in East Asia. The study is systematic and original. I have done great amount of original studies on the observation analysis and simulation of the impacts of Indian Ocean long-term variability on Asia Monsoon, as well as the dynamics of extreme climate, ENSO dynamics and associated decadal climate variability. In addition, I have done great amount of research on dataset comparison, construction of database, design of model platform and model simulations (mainly on multi-model ensemble, ocean-atmosphere coupling model, its predictability and uncertainty) et cetera.

 

8 Honors and Services:

Honors:

2019I took charge of the application of "mechanism of influence of Indian Ocean basin mode on summer climate in east Asia" and won the first prize of the basic research award of atmospheric science of Chinese meteorological society (to be officially released).

Oct.2018, honored as an outstanding alumnus of the school of earth and planetary sciences, university of Chinese academy of sciences

Sep.2018, obtained Chinese academy of sciences in 2018 outstanding graduate student advisor

January 2018, "Marine dynamics mechanism of climate modality in the tropical Indian Ocean" won the first prize of natural science of Guangdong province in 2017, ranking second (Guangdong provincial science and technology department)

Dec 2017, elected to the 3th National million plan leader

June 2017, the national innovation talents promotion project in 2016 young and middle-aged leading science and technology innovation talents (National Ministry of Science and Technology)

January 2017, the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese academy of sciences, title of "advanced worker"

October 2016, the 70th anniversary of the founding by China Democratic League of Beijing’s activities, was awarded the service job title of "advanced individual"

October, 2014, “Lu Jia-xi” outstanding teacher of the year award

Agu.2014,obtained Outstanding Young Scientist Foundation of National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC)

Nov.2013, obtained Chinese academy of sciences in 2013 outstanding graduate student advisor

Oct. 2013, obtained the 2013 annual “Zhao Jiu-zhang” outstanding young and middle-aged scientists (biennial);

Dec.2012, obtained the 2012 annual scientific and technological innovation contribution award of Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP),CAS

Nov.2012, obtained Chinese academy of sciences in 2012 outstanding graduate student advisor

Jun.2012, obtained the Beijing meteorological society young and middle-aged best paper third prize

Jun.2012, obtained the third national youth science blog competition - best picture award

Nov.2012, obtained the Chinese Academy of Sciences "Zhu Li Yue Hua" excellent teacher award

Nov.2011, obtained "science and education combined with innovation and contribution project award” of CAS in 2011

Nov.2010, obtained the excellent apply case of scientific informatization of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the case name is "Atmospheric Science Data Integration Analysis Platform" (Project Leader)

Sep.2010, obtained the 7th excellent youth meterological scientist and technical worker of China Funded by Chinese Academy of Sciences Funded Overseas Study Plan "Advanced Researchers" in 2009;Scholarship (full funding) of Wang Kuan-cheng Education Fund for international conference program in 2008;

Oct.2005, obtained the Second Prize of "Chang-Wang Tu" Young Scientist of Meteorological and Technical Fellowship

Jan.2000, obtained "Xue Du Feng Zheng" Fellowship due to excellent Ph.D dissertation in China

Feb.1999, obtained "Xue Du Feng Zheng" Fellowship due to excellent paper of Atmospheric Science in China

 

Services:

Reviewer of International SCI-Journals(28):

Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan (IF=1.233,2012);

Journal of Climate (IF=4.097, 2012);

Monthly Weather Review (IF=2.688, 2012);

Climate Dynamics (IF=4.602 , 2012);

Journal of Geophysical Research—Atmospheres (IF=3.021, 2012);

Climate Research (IF=1.994, 2012);

Theoretical and Applied Climatology (IF=1.942, 2012);

Meteorological Applications (IF=1.411, 2012);

International Journal of Climatology (IF=2.906, 2012)

Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (IF=1.327, 2012);

Geophysical Research LettersIF=3.982, 2013);

Nature Communications(IF=10.742,2014);

Geophysical & Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics. (IF=1.062,2014) );

AtmosphereIF=0.226,2014);

Global and Planetary Change(IF=2.766,2014)

Scientific ReportsIF=5.578,2015

    SOLAIF=0.791,2015

    Hydrological Sciences Journal (IF=2.222,2016)

    Science of the Total Environment  (IF=4.9,2016)

Deep-Sea Research Part I (IF=2.48, 2016)

Atmospheric Research (IF=4.0343, 2017)

Renewable & sustainable energy reviews(IF=8.05, 2017)

PlOS One(IF=2.806,2017)

Atmospheric Science Letters(IF=1.198,2017)

Environmental Research LettersIF=6.096,2019

Advances in MeteorologyIF=1.577,2019

Ocean EngineeringIF=3.068, 2019

Weather and Climate ExtremesIF=4.698, 2019



 

Reviewers of Chinese Journals9SCI11CSCD:

Science in China series d-earth sciences, IF=1.588,2012

Chinese Science Bulletin, IF=1.321,2012;

Chinese Physics B,IF=1.376,2012;

Acta Physica Sinica, IF=1.016,2012;

Advances in Atmospheric Sciences(AAS), IF=1.338,2012

Journal of Tropical Meteorology, IF=0.313, 2012

Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, IF =0.498, 2012

Acta Oceanologica Sinica),IF=0.728,2017

Journal of Ocean University of China (JOUC),since 2012 SCIE;

Climatic and Environmental Research

Journal of Tropical Oceanography;

Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences

Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences;

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters(AOSL);

Resources and Environment in The Yangtze Basin;

Chinese Journal of Computational Physics;

Advances in Earth Science

Journal of the Meteorological Sciences;


 

Standing member and Editor of Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences;

Editor of Climatic and Environmental Research;

Member of the 6th and 7th CNC-WCRP (China Climate Research Council);

Member of development and strategy investigation group in Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; the 9th of the academic degree evaluation committee of IAP (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Now rename: University of Chinese Academy of Sciences) ;

Member of academic committee in Center for Plateau Atmosphere and Environment Research in Chengdu University of Information Technology;

Committee member of dynamical meteorology of Chinese Meteorological Society;

Adjunct professor and master teachers of Chengdu University of Information Technology;

Evaluation expert of NSFC fund; Evaluation expert of China Postdoctoral Science Foundation;

The Beijing natural Science foundation of evaluation experts and rate experts;

Adjunct Professor, Nanjing University of Information Science &Technology;

Adjunct Professor, Anhui University of Science and Technology, Master tutor;

The Beijing municipal commission of science and technology experts;

Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Cross Training Postgraduate Tutor

National ministry of science and technology major scientific research projects evaluation experts

National key research and development project review experts

AGU(American Geophysical Union)Member, Chinese Meteorological Society Member, AAAS(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Member;

Feb.2013, was invited to the third chapter 5 of the national assessment report on climate change's lead author and a specific written work

Nov.2013, Editorial Board of Frontiers in Atmospheric Science (Swiss, Gold open-access academic publisher)

Apr.2014, Lead Guest Editor of Advances in Meteorology (SCI, IF = 1.239, 2013)

Dec. 2014. The Editors of ACTA Meterologica Sinica

August 25-27, 2015, Scientific data assembly - data, science and the silk road economic belt program committee members

Since 2015, University of Chinese academy of sciences graduate program "climate dynamics" speaker teacher (40 hours ) (2015 - present); Scale of excellent courses

2016 scientific data assembly program committee, Shanghai, China

Dec. 2015, The first Editors of China Scientific DataCN11-6035/N

2017 scientific data assembly program committee, Kunming, China

Dec. 2016, The instructor of the youth talent collection project of China meteorological society

Mar. 2017, The first batch of experts invited to be the expert database on the “Liaowang Zhiku”

Sept. 2017, Editor of PeerJ (SCI, IF=2.1770,2016)

Nov. 2017, Member of the expert advisory committee of the institute of carbon emission and environmental data research institute of fudan university

Nov. 2018, The academic committee member of aviation meteorological laboratory of China civil aviation flight university

Apr. 2019,  IPCC AR6 Expert Reviewer

Mar. 2020, Member of the academic committee of the institute of atmospheric physics, Chinese academy of sciences

Mar. 2020, JMR reviewer award in August 2019

Mar. 2020, Part-time doctoral supervisor of hohai university



9 Publications:

By the Jan. 2020 Dr. Gang Huang has published 193 articles;

The first and corresponding author paper: 98. 123 are published in SCI journal, first author (including corresponding author) SCI: 69, 76 papers are published in 1 zone SCI Journals, (including 24 in Journal of Climate, 24 in Climate Dynamics, 4 Top Journals (including 2 in Nature Climate Change, 1 in Nature Geoscience, 1 in Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences etc.)); 58 are published in CSCD Journals, including 23 first and corresponding author papers, 3 in AOSL; 13 book chapters are published, including foreign publications section 2 piece, the domestic book chapter 10 articles. The first author and corresponding author’s book chapters: 6 papers.

The SCI journals published (123), impact factor and the list is as follows(The combined impact factor of 562.44):

Journal Title

impact factor (2019)

the number   of research papers published

Nature Climate Change

20.893

2

Nature Geoscience

13.566

1

Annual Review of Earth and   Planetary Sciences

9.089

1

Science BulletinSB

9.511

3

Desalination

7.098

1

Environmental Research Letters

6.096

3

Energy

6.082

2

Journal of ClimateJC

5.707

24

Geophysical   Research LettersGRL

4.497

4

Climate DynamicsCD

4.486

24

Atmospheric Environment

4.039

1

Scientific Reports

3.998

1

International Journal of   ClimatologyIJC

3.928

5

Journal of Geophysical   Research-Atmosphere

3.821

3

Quaternary   Science Reviews

3.803

1

Quarterly journal of the royal   meteorological society

3.471

1

Theoretical and Applied ClimatologyTAC

2.882

25

PLOS One

2.74

1

Advances in Atmospheric SciencesAAS

2.583

14

Journal of Meteorological Research (JMR) 

2.302

2

Journal of the Meteorological Society of JapanJMSJ

1.976

1

Atmospheric Sciences   LettersASL

1.879

2

Dynamics of Atmospheres and OceansDAO

1.592

1

*Major Publications:

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1)      Zhou, C., P. Liu, G. Huang,* J. Lin,**, K. Hu, L. Chen, J. Wang, S. Li, S. Wang and R. Ni, 2020: The impact of secondary inorganic aerosol emissions change on surface air temperature in the Northern Hemisphere, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-020-03249-6 (SCI)

2)      Miao, H., D. Dong, G. Huang*, K. Hu, Q. Tian and Y. Gong2020Evaluation of Northern Hemisphere surface wind speed and wind power density in multiple reanalysis datasetsEnergy200 (2020) 117382, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2020.117382 (SCI)

3)      Zhou, S., G. Huang* and P. Huang*2020A bias-corrected projection for the changes in East Asian summer monsoon rainfall under global warming, Climate Dynamics,54,1-16DOI:10.1007/s00382-019-04980-1(SCI)

4)      Li, S., L. Chen, G. Huang*, J. Lin*, Y. Yan, Y. Wang, Y. Huo and Z. Wang, 2020: Retrieval of surface PM2.5 mass concentrations using visibility measurements and GEOS-Chem simulations: application and validation in North China Plain,  Atmospheric Environment, ,222(2020):117121, https://doi.org/10.1016/ j.atmosenv.2019.117121 (SCI)

5)      Hu, L. and G. Huang* , 2020: The changes of high temperature extremes and its links with atmospheric circulation over Northern Hemisphere , Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 139,261-274,, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-019-02970-1 (SCI)

6)      Li, H. , K. Fang *, J. Du, F. Zhou, Z. Dong, P. Zhang and G. Huang *2020Modulations of the West Pacific Sea Surface Temperature on the covarying Eurasian droughts since the Little Ice AgeQuaternary 2020, 3(2), 16; 1-13https://doi.org/10.3390/quat3020016 (ESCI)

7)      Wang, S., G. Huang*, K. Hu and L. Wang.2020. An Analysis of the Multi-scale Variations of Persistent Haze Events in Central and Eastern China from 1980 to 2014 [J]. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 25(1): 103-112. doi:10.3878/j.issn.1006-9585.2019.19049 CSCD

8)      Qu,X* and G. Huang, 2020: CO2-induced heat source changes over the Tibetan Plateau in boreal summer-part II: the effects of CO2 direct radiation and uniform sea surface warming, ,Climate Dynamics, DOI :10.1007/s00382-020-05349-5 (SCI)

9)      Qu,X*,G. Huang and Li,Zhu,2020:CO2-induced heat source changes over the Tibetan Plateau in boreal summer-Part I:the total effects of the increased CO2,Climate Dynamics, http://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05353-9 (SCI)

10)   Liu, F*, X. Chen; J. Li; B. Wang, J. Chai, C. Gao, G. Huang, J. Liu and D. Chen, 2020Can Taal Volcano eruption trigger an El Niño and lead to Eurasian warming? Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 377:1-8doi: 10.1007/s00376-020-2041-z (SCI)

11)   Zhou, S., G. Huang, and P. Huang*, 2020: Excessive ITCZ but negative SST biases in the tropical Pacific simulated by CMIP5/6 models: The role of the meridional pattern of SST bias. J. Climate, 335305-5316doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0922.1. (SCI)

12)   Long, S., S-P Xie, Y. Du*, Q. Liu, X. Zheng, G. Huang, K. Hu, and J. Ying , 2020: Effects of ocean slow response under low warming targets, Journal of climate, 33(2):477-496, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0213.1 (SCI)

13)   HuK.*, Y. Liu, G. Huang, Z. He and S-M Long,2020: Contributions to the interannual summer rainfall variability in the mountainous area of central China, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 37(3), https://doi.org/10.1007/s00376-019- 9099-5. (SCI) 

14)   Tao, W., G. Huang*, William K. M. Lau, D. Dong, P. Wang and G. Wen,2020: How can the resolution and biases of CMIP5 AGCMs influence precipitation in mountain areas—the Hengduan Mountains? ,54(1):159-172, Climate Dynamics, https://doi.org/ 10.1007/s00382-019-04993-w (SCI)

15)   Zhou, S., P. Huang*,G. Huang* and K. Hu, 2019: Leading source and constraint on systematic spread of the changes in East Asian and western North Pacific summer monsoon, Environmental Research Letters,14(2019)124059,  https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab547c (SCI)

16)   HuL.J. Luo*G Huang* and M. Wheeler, 2019: Synoptic features responsible for Heat waves in Central-Africa, a region with strong multi-decadal trend, Journal of climate, 32(22):7951-7970, https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0807.1  (SCI)

17)   Hu, L., Gang Huang* and K. Hu, 2019: The changes of high temperature extremes and its links with atmospheric circulation over Northern Hemisphere , Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI:10.1007/s00704-019-02970-1 (SCI)

18)   Tao, W. and G. Huang*, P. Wang, Y. Liu, G. Wen and D. Dong,2019: Dominant modes of CMIP3/5 models simulating northwest Pacific circulation anomalies during post-ENSO summer and their SST dependence, Theoretical and applied Climatology,138(3-4),1809-1820,DOI:10.1007/s00704-019-02936-3 (SCI)

19)   Chen, L. X. Qu, G. Huang* and Y. Gong, 2019: Projections of East Asian summer monsoon under 1.5°C and 2°C warming goals, Theoretical and Applied Climatology137(3-4):2187-2201, DOI : 10.1007/s00704-018-2720-1 (SCI)

20)   Wang, S., G. Huang*, J. Lin, K. Hu*, L. Wang and H. Gong, 2019: Chinese Blue Days: A novel index and spatiotemporal variations, Environmental Research Letters,14(2019)074026, DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab29bb (SCI)

21)   Wen,G.*, G. Huang*, H. Huang, C. Liu and X. Bi, 2019Observed rainfall asymmetry of Tropical cyclone in the process of making landfall in Guangdong, South China, International Journal of Climatology, 39(7):3379-3395, DOI: 10.1002/joc.6027 (SCI)

22)   Jiang,W., G. Huang*, P. Huang*, R. Wu, K. Hu and W. Chen, 2019: Northwest Pacific anticyclone anomalies during post-El Niño summers determined by the pace of El Niño decay, Journal of climate, 32(12): 3487-3503, https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-18- 0793.1  (SCI)

23)   Wang, L., G. Huang* and W. Chen, 2019: Towards a theoretical understanding of multiscalar drought indices based on the relationship between precipitation and standardized precipitation index, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 136(3):1465-1473, DOI : 10.1007/s00704-018-2578-2 (SCI)

24)   Zhu, L., G. Huang*, G. Fan, X. Qu, Z. Wang and W. Hua, 2019: Elevation-dependent sensible heat flux trend over the Tibetan Plateau and its possible causes, Climate Dynamics,52(7):3997-4009, DOI:10.1007/s00382-018 -4360-7 (SCI)

25)   Tian,Q.G. Huang, K. Hu and D. Niyogi, 2019: Observed and global climate model based changes in wind power potential over the Northern Hemisphere during 1979-2016, Energy,167(2019),1224-1235,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy. 2018.11. 027 (SCI)

26)   Hu, K.*, G. Huang ,S-P Xie, and S-M Long, 2019Effect of the mean flow on the anomalous anticyclone over the Indo-Northwest Pacific in post-El Niño summers, Climate Dynamics,53(9-10),5725-5741,DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/ s00382-019-04893-z (SCI)

27)   Qu, X.*, G. Huang, L. Zhu, 2019: The CO2-induced sensible heat changes over the Tibetan Plateau from November to Apri. Climate Dynamics,53(9-10): 5623-5635 , DOI:10.1007/ 2-019-04887-x (SCI)

28)   Zhang, C., C. Hu*, G. Huang, C. Yao, Z. Zheng, T. Wang, S. Yang and D. Chen, 2019:Perspective on Landfalling Frequency and Genesis Location Variations of Southern China Typhoon during Peak Summer, Geophysical Research Letters, 466830-6838,https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL083420 (SCI)

29)   Fang, K.*, D. Chen, L. Ilvonen, L. Pasanen, L. Holmström, H. Seppä, G. Huang, T. Ou and H. Linderholm,2019: Oceanic and atmospheric modes in Pacific and Atlantic Oceans since the Little Ice Age (LIA): towards a synthesis, Quaternary Science Review,215(1):293-307, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.05.014 (SCI)

30)   Dong, D., W. Tao*, W.K.M. Lau, Z. Li, G. Huang and P. Wang, 2019: Interdecadal variation of precipitation over the Hengduan Mountains during rainy seasons, Journal of Climate, 32(12):3743-3760, https://doi.org/10.1175/ JCLI-D-18 -0670.1 (SCI) 

31)   Li,G.*, Y. Jian, S. Yang, Y. Du, Z. Wang, Z. Li, W. Zhuang, W. Jiang and G. Huang,2019: Effect of excessive equatorial Pacific cold tongue bias on the El Niño-Northwest Pacific summer monsoon relationship in CMIP5 multimodel ensemble, Climate Dynamics,52(9-10):6195-6212, https://doi.org/10.1007/ s00382-018-4504-9(SCI)

32)   Qu,X.* and G. Huang, 2019: Global monsoon changes under Paris Agreement temperature goals in CESM1-CAM5, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences36(3):279-291,DOI: 10.1007/s00376-018-8138-y (SCI)

33)   Hu, K.*, G. Huang and S-P, Xie, 2019Assessing the internal variability in multi-decadal trends of summer surface air temperature over East Asia with a large ensemble of GCM simulations, Climate Dynamics,52(9-10):6229-6242, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-018-4503-x (SCI)

34)   TangH., K. Hu*, G. Huang. 2019. Characteristics and mechanisms of sub-seasonal evolution of Northwest Pacific anomalous anticycloneduring the El Niño decaying summer [J]. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 24(4): 525−536. doi:10.3878/j.issn.1006-9585.2019.18156(CSCD)

35)   Wang, P.*, J. Li, G. Huang. 2019. High order Runge-Kutta-Li scheme to solve two-dimensional linear advection equations. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 24(4): 417-429. doi:10.3878/j.issn.1006 -9585.2019.18169(CSCD)

36)   Wang, P*, P. Chu, L. Wang, R.Zhou and G. Huang. 2019. A study on the precision of Runge-Kutta method with various orders of Li difference scheme. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 43 (1): 99−106, doi:10.3878/j.issn.1006-9895.1805.17238. (CSCD)

37)   Liu, B., G. Huang*, K. Hu, R. Wu, H. Gong, P. Wang  and G. Zhao,2018: The multidecadal variations of the interannual relationship between the East Asian summer monsoon and ENSO in a coupled model, Climate Dynamics, 51:1671-1686, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3976-3 (SCI)

38)   Wang, L., G. Huang*, W. Chen, W. Zhou and W. Wang, 2018: Wet-to-Dry shift over Southwest China in 1994 tied to the warming of tropical warm pool, Climate Dynamics, 51(7-8):3111-3123, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-018-4068-8 (SCI)

39)   GongZ., G. Feng, M. Dogar and G. Huang*, 2018: The possible physical mechanism for the EAP–SR co-action, Climate Dynamics, 514):1499-1516DOI:10.1007/s00382 -017-3967 -42016(SCI)

40)   Tao, W., G. Huang*, R. Wu, K. Hu, P. Wang and H. Gong, 2018: Origins of biases in CMIP5 models simulating northwest Pacific summertime atmospheric circulation anomalies during the decaying phase of ENSO, Journal of Climate,31(14): 5707-5729, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0289.1 (SCI)

41)   Liu, B. G. Zhao, G. Huang*, P. Wang and B. Yan, 2018: The Dependence on Atmospheric Resolution of ENSO and Related East Asian-Western North Pacific Summer Climate Variability in a Coupled Model, Theoretical and Applied Climatology,133(3-4):1207-1217,DOI:10.1007/s00704-017-2254-y(SCI)

42)   Zhang, S., G. Huang*, Y. Qi and G. Jia, 2018: Impact of Urbanization on Summer Rainfall in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Metropolis under Different Climate backgrounds, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 133(3-4):1093-1106, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-017-2225-3  (SCI)

43)   Hu, L., G. Huang* and K. Hu, 2018:The performance of multiple datasets in characterizing the changes of extreme temperature over China during 1979 to 2012, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 133(1),619-632, DOI: 10.1007/ s00704-017-2215-5 (SCI)

44)   Qu, X. and G. Huang*, 2018: Different multi-year mean temperature in mid-summer of South China under different 1.5 °C warming scenarios, Scientific Report8:13794, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-32277-6 (SCI)

45)   Liu, F., J. Zhao, X. Fu and G. Huang*, 2018:The role of shallow convection in promoting the northward propagation of boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 131(3), 1387-1395, DOI:10.1007/ s00704 -017-2064-2 (SCI)

46)   Dong, D., G. Huang*, W. Tao, R. Wu, K. Hu and C. Li, 2018: Interannual variation of precipitation over the Hengduan Mountains during rainy season,  International Journal of Climatology, 38(4):2112-2125, DOI: 10.1002/joc.5321 (SCI)

47)   Hu, K., G. Huang*, R. Wu and L. Wang,2018, Structure and dynamics of a wave train along the wintertime Asian jet and its impact on East Asian climate, Climate Dynamics, 514123-4137DOI: 10.1007/s00382-017-3674-1  (SCI)

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80)   Wang, L., G. Huang*, W. Zhou and W. Chen, 2016: Historical change and future scenarios of sea level rise in Macau and the adjacent waters. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 33(4), 462-475, DOI:10.1007/s00376-015-5047-1 (SCI)

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84)   Zhao,W., K. Hu and G. Huang*,2016: Establishing, maintaining, and fading processes of summer pollution in urban Beijing, Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), DOI: 10.3878/j.issn.1006-9585.2016.15242 (CSCD)

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113)           Wang, P., G. Wen and G. Huang, 2014: An approach for analyzing the ensemble mean from a dynamic point of view, Trans. Atmos. Sci, 37(6):723-731, DOI:10.13878/j.cnki.dqkxxb.20131030001.(in Chinese) (CSCD)

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128)           Zhou, D, G. Huang and Y. Ma, 2012: Summer heat transfer over a Gobi underlying surface in the arid region of Northwest China. Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 35(5):541-549. (in Chinese) (CSCD)   

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144)           Huang, G.*,X. Qu and P. Wang, 2010: Design of meteorological data analysis and diagnosis visualization system and its realization on the internet. Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 33(2):153-159( in Chinese) (CSCD)

145)           Xie, S.-P., Y. Du, G. Huang, X. Zheng, H. Tokinaga, K. Hu and Q. Liu, 2010: Decadal Shift in El Niño Influences on Indo–Western Pacific and East Asian Climate in the 1970s. Journal of Climate, 23(12):3352-3368, DOI: 10.1175/ 2010JCLI3429.1 (SCI)

146)           Matsumura, S.G. HuangS.-P. Xie and K. Yamazaki, 2010: SST-forced and internal variability of the atmosphere in an ensemble GCM simulation. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 88(1):43-62, DOI:10.2151/jmsj.2010-104 (SCI)

147)           Liu, H.,Z. Yan, X. Dai and G. Huang, 2010: Extreme Precipitation and circulation background analysis of the four flood discharge events at Xin'an jiang reservoir in the 20th century. Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 33(2):198-204. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

148)           Du, Z., R. Huang and G. Huang, 2010: A weighting ensemble method by pattern correlation coefficients in sliding windows and its application to ensemble simulation and prediction of Asian summer monsoon precipitation by IPCC-AR4 multi-models. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Science, 34(6):1168-1186. (in Chinese) (CSCD) 

149)           Huang, G.* and K. Hu, 2009: Influence of Round-off Error on Simulation of Summer Climate in the Northwestern Pacific and East Asia in an AGCM. Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 32(2):155-163 ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

150)           Huang, G.* and X. Qu, 2009: Merdional Location of West Pacific Subtropical High in Summer in IPCC AR4 Simulation. Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 32(3):351-359 ( in Chinese) (CSCD)   

151)           Xie, S.-P., K. Hu, J. Hafner, H. Tokinaga, Y. Du, G. Huang and T. Sampe, 2009: Indian Ocean Capacitor Effect on Indo–Western Pacific Climate during the Summer following El Nino. Journal of Climate, 22(3):730–747, DOI: 10.1175/ 2008JCLI2544.1  (SCI)

152)           Du, Y., S. -P. Xie, G. Huang and K. Hu, 2009: Role of Air–Sea Interaction in the Long Persistence of El Niño–Induced North Indian Ocean Warming. Journal of Climate, 22(8):2023–2038, DOI: 10.1175/2008JCLI2590.1 (SCI)

153)           Ren, D., J. Wang, R. Fu, D. J. Karoly, Y. Hong, L. M. Leslie, C. Fu and G. Huang, 2009: Mudslide-caused ecosystem degradation following Wenchuan earthquake 2008. Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L05401, DOI: 10.1029 /2008GL036702. (SCI)

154)           Cui, X., G. Huang, W. Chen and A. Morse, 2009: Threatening of climate change on water resources and supply: Case study of North China. Desalination, 248 (2009): 476-478, DOI:10.1016/j.desal.2008.05.090 (SCI)

155)           Zhang, Z., R. Zhang and G. Huang, 2009: Simulation of Different Categories of El Nino Events by Global Oceanic General Circulation Model OPA9. Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 32(2):164-171.(in Chinese) (CSCD)

156)           Zhou, D., Huang R. and G. Huang, 2009: Variations of Climate and Vegetation Cover over the Upper Reaches of Yangtze River in the Past Decades. Transactions of Atmospheric Sciences, 32(3):377-385. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

157)           Ye, D., Z. Yan and G. Huang, 2009: How should we address climate change? Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 23(4):208-211. (CSCD)

158)           Li, S., J. Lu, G. Huang and K. Hu, 2008: Tropical Indian Ocean basin warming and East Asian Summer Monsoon: a multriple AGCM study. Journal of Climate, 21(22):6080-6088, DOI: 10.1175/2008JCLI2433.1 (SCI)

159)           Huang, G.* and K. Hu, 2008: Impact of North Indian Ocean SSTA on Northwest Pacific Lower Layer Anomalous Anticyclone in Summer. Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 31(6):749-757 ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

160)           Cui, X., G. Huang and W. Chen, 2008: Notes of Numerical Simulation of Summer Rainfall in China with a Regional Climate Model REMO. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 25(6):999-1008, DOI: 10.1007/s00376-008-0999-z. (SCI)

161)           Huang, R., L. Gu, J. Chen and G. Huang, 2008: Recent Progresses in Studies of the Temporal-Spatial Variations of the East Asian Monsoon System and Their Impacts on Climate Anomalies in China. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 32(4):691-719. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

162)           Zhang, Z. and G. Huang, 2008: Different Types of El Nino Events and Their Relationships with China Summer Climate Anomaly. Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 31(6):782-789. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

163)           Wang, P., Z. Wang and G. Huang, 2007: The Influence of Round-off Error on the Atmospheric General Circulation Model. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31(5):815-825. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

164)           Wang, L., W. Chen, R. Huang and G. Huang, 2007: The Climatology and Annual Cycle of Meridional Transport of Westerly Momentum by Stationary Waves in the Northern Hemisphere. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31(3):377-389. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

165)           Huang, R., J. Chen and G. Huang, 2007: Characteristics and Variations of the East Asian Monsoon System and Its Impacts on Climate Disasters in China. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 24(6):993-1023,DOI: 10.1007/s00376-007 -0993-x (SCI)

166)           Huang, G.*, 2006: Global Climate change Phenomenon Associated with the droughts in North China. Climatic and Environmental Research, 11(3):270-279. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

167)           Huang, G.* and W. Zhou, 2006: PCA Stepwise Regression Forecasting Model of Climatic Filed of North China summer rainfall. Climatic and Environmental Research, 11(3):296-301. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

168)           Huang, G.*, 2006: The Assessment and Difference of the Interdecadal Variations of climate change in Northern Part of China with the NCEP/NCAR and ERA-40 Reanalysis Data. Climatic and Environmental Research, 11(3):310-320. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

169)           Wang, P. and G. Huang, 2006: A study on the Dependency of Maximum Prediction Time on Computation Precision and time step-size in Numerical Model. Climatic and Environmental Research, 11(3):395-403. (in Chinese) (CSCD) 

170)           Gao, X., G. Huang and Y. Qu, 2006: Rational Distribution of Water Resources within North China under the Background of China's South to North Water Transfer Project. Climatic and Environmental Research, 11(3):354-361. (in Chinese) (CSCD)

171)           Wang, P., G. Huang and Z. Wang, 2006: Analysis and Application of Multiple Precision Computation and Round-off Error for Nonlinear Dynamic Systems. Advances in Atmospheric Science, 23(5):758-766,DOI: 10.1007/s00376-006 -0758-y (SCIE)

172)           Huang, R., J. Chen, G. Huang and Q. Zhang, 2006: The Quasi-Biennial Oscillation of Summer Monsoon Rainfall in China and Its Cause. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 30(4):545-561. (in Chinese) (CSCD) 

173)           Huang, R., G. Huang and Z. Wei, 2005: Climate Variations of the Summer Monsoon over China, Chang, C.-P.,ed.,2005.East Asian Monsoon. World Scientific Series on Meteorology of East Asia, Vol. 2, World Scientific, 600pp. (est.) (SCI)

174)           Ma, Z., G. Huang, W. Gan and M. Chen, 2005: Multi-Scale Temporal Characteristics of the Dryness/Wetness over Northern China During the Last Century. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 29(5)671-682. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

175)           Huang, G.*, 2004: An Index Measuring the Interannual Variation of the East Asian Summer Monsoon-The EAP Index. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 21(1):41-52 (SCIE)

176)           Huang, G.* and L. Zhou, 2004: The Variability of the Wind System Circulating round the West Side of the Tibetan Plateau and Its Relation to the East Asian Summer Monsoon and Summer Rainfall in North China. Climatic and Environmental Research, 9(1):316-331. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

177)           Huang Gang *,2000A good representative of the east Asian summer climate change index - East Asia Pacific index (EAP) and the interannual variation, National key scientific research projects of the ninth five-year plan "96-908" interannual climate trend prediction method of research papers, Meteorological Pressin Chinese

178)           Huang, R., B. Ren and G. Huang, 2000: Further Investigation on the Impact of the Tropical Western Pacific on the East Asian summer Monsoon, No.3, P 107- 117, Climate System Research, Japan

179)           Huang, G.* and Z. Yan, 1999: The East Asian Summer Monsoon Circulation Anomaly Index and the Interannual Variations of the East Asian Summer Monsoon. Chinese Science Bulletin, 44(4):1325-1329 (SCI)  

180)           Huang, G.*, 1999: Study on the relationship between summer monsoon circulation anomaly index and the climatic variations in East Asia. Journal of Applied Meteorological Science, 10:61-69. ( in Chinese) (CSCD)

181)           Huang, R., G. Huang and B. Ren, 1999: Advances of the Studies on the East Asian Summer Monsoon and Problems to Be Studied Further. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 23(2):122-138. (CSCD)

182)           Ren, B., R. Huang and G. Huang, 1999: Temporal Structure of the Western Pacific Warm Pool SST and Its Comparison with Nino3 SST. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 23(4):367-376. (CSCD)

183)           Huang, R., Z. Zhang, G. Huang and B. Ren, 1998. Characteristics of the Water Vapor Transport in East Asian Monsoon Region and its Differences from that of South Asian Monsoon Region in Summer. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 22(4):368-379. (CSCD)

 

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Copyright of Computer software:3 items

1 Huang Gang*,Wang Pengfei, Liu Bo, Hu Kaiming, Tao weichen and Huang Yong: CIESM earth system model coupling prediction software V1.0, Registration number: 2019SR0970428 (the first persons involved)

2 Huang Gang*, Wang Pengfei, Liu Bo, Hu kaiming, Tao weichen and Huang Yong: CIESM earth system model of ENSO prediction system V1.0, Registration number: 2019SR0971354(the first persons involved)

3 Huang Gang*, Wang Su and Hu Kaiming: The definition and application software of China blue index V1.0, Registration number: 2019SR1184690 ( the first persons involved)

Patent: 1 item

1 Huang Gang*, Wang Su: A method and system for determining the sky blue index based on meteorological elements, 2019, China, P201906071.

**International Conference Paper List 38

1.      Distinct global warming rates tied to multipleocean surface temperature changes, Huang Gang* etc, The 5th China-Thailand Joint Conference on Climate change,27-29 Nov,2017, Chiangmai, Thailand

2.      A New Circulation Index for the East Asian Summer Monsoon Variability, Huang Gang* etc, The 13th ‘General Circulation Model Simulations of the East Asian Climate' (EAC) workshop’- East Asian Climate under Global Warming: Understanding and Projection, 24-25 March, 2016,Beijing,China  (Invited Speakers )

3.      A New Dynamical Index for the East Asian Summer Monsoon, Huang Gang* etc, Second International Symposium on Climate and Earth System Modeling, Oct.15-16, 2015, Nanjing  (Invited)

4.      The impact of ENSO on Northwest Pacific summer climate simulated in CMIP5 models, Huang Gang*, Ocean-atmospheric dynamics in the changing climate, 2015.12.10-12.12 , Climate Atmosphere Science and Physical Oceanography (CASPO), Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA

5.      A New Upper-level Circulation Index for the East Asian Summer Monsoon Variability, Huang Gang* etc, 'Recent and expected climate change along the Chinese coastal zones’ workshop, Sept.10-11, 2015,Qingdao (Invited)

6.      Indian Ocean air-sea interaction and its climate effectsHuang Gang*Public Seminar, Curtin University Australia, 9 April 2015, Perth, Australia (invited talk)

7.             Coupled ocean-atmosphere dynamics of global warming, Huang Gang*,The 12th NIMR-IAP Joint Research Workshop, 1-5 Apr.2014, Jeju-do, Korea (Invited)

8.      Spatial and temporal variations of light rain events over China and the mid-high latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, Huang Gang*, Workshop on Climate Change and Urban Adaptation Science and Practice: Exploring the Challenges8-15 December 2013Raglan, New Zealand (Invited)

9.      Ocean’s Role in Regional Climate Change under Global Warming, Huang Gang*, Beijing Symposium on Global Change 2013(Global Change and Sustainable Development),23-25 Sept,2013,Beijing ,China

10.   Equatorward shift of the South Asian high in response to anthropogenic forcing,Gang Huang* and Xia Qu, Physical Processes in outer and near-earth space and XII Young scientists’ Conference (BSFP-2013), Sep 9 – 14, 2013, Irkutsk,Russia (Invited)

11.   Equatorward shift of the South Asian high in response to anthropogenic forcing, Gang Huang* etc, the Third Korea-China Joint Symposium,2-6 May 2013 in Guilin, China (Invited)

12.   An Enhanced Influence of Tropical Indian Ocean on the South Asia High after the Late 1970sGang Huang* etc, International Workshop on Seasonal to Decadal Prediction, 13-16 May 2013 in Toulouse, France.

13.   The Decadal Change in the Relation Between ENSO and WNP/EA Summer Climate in CMIP5 Simulation, Gang Huang* etc, Workshop on IAP and Met-office Jan15-Jan182013, UK  (Invited)

14.   Decadal change in the impact of summer Indian Ocean SST anomaly on the western North Pacific summer monsoons in the late 1970s,Gang Huang*, Workshop on Variability in the Western Tropical Pacific: Mechanisms, Teleconnectio-ns and Impacts on Sub-Seasonal, Inter-Annual and Inter-Decadal Time Scales, Nov. 12 – Nov.16., ICTP, Italy, 2012

15.   An enhanced influence of tropical Indian Ocean on the South Asia High after the late 1970s, Gang Huang*, The first workshop of the weather and climate in East-south Asia, Aug.2012,chuxiong,Yunnan Province, China

16.   Interannual variability in East Asian climate and its association with tropical Indian Ocean conditions in CMIP5 models, Gang Huang*, The 11th IAP-NIMR Joint Research Workshop, Beijing, May2012,China (Invited)

17.   Interannual variability in East Asian climate and its association with tropical Indian Ocean conditions in CMIP5 modelsGang Huang*, Kaiming Hu, Xia Qu, WCRP Workshop on Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase5 (CMIP5) Model Analysis, Mar5-9, 2012, Hawaii, IPRC,U.S.A

18.   The Impact of Indian Ocean variability on high temperature extremes across south of Yangtze River Valley in late summer: Gang Huang*, Kaiming Hu, The China-Korea Joint Workshop on the East Asian Monsoon Variability, Apr. 4- 8 ,2011,Guangzhou (Invited)

19.   Strengthening of tropical Indian Ocean teleconnection to the Northwest Pacific since the mid-1970s:An atmospheric GCM study: Gang Huang*, Kaiming Hu, Shang-ping Xie, Proceedings of the 10th NIMR-IAP Joint Research Workshop, Oct.28-29 ,2010, ByeonSan, Jeolla-do,Korea,PP59 (Invited)

20.   Threatening of climate change on water resources and supply: case study of northwest China: Cui, X.; Huang, G.; Chen, W.; Morse, A.EGU2008-A-01959, EGU General Assembly 2008

21.   Impact of Summer Indian Ocean SST variability on Asian Monsoon: Gang Huang*, Kaiming Hu, 2008 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Number: 49, Cairns, Australia, 29 July - 1 August 2008

22.   Long persistence of El Nino-induced Indian Ocean warming: Role of air-sea interaction: Yan Du, Shang-ping Xie, G. Huang, K.M.Hu, 2008 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Number: 263, Cairns, Australia, 29 July - 1 August 2008

23.   Indian Ocean capacitor effect: El Nino's long grip on the Asian-western Pacific summer monsoon, Shang-Ping Xie, K.M.Hu, J.Hafner, Y.Du, G. Huang, H.Tokinaga, 2008 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Number: 261(invited), Cairns, Australia, 29 July - 1 August 2008

24.   Impact of Summer Indian Ocean SST variability on Asian Monsoon: Differences between North and South, Huang Gang* and Hu kaiming,42, Joint Conference on the 6th International Symposium on Asian Monsoon System (ISAM6) and the 9th East Asian Climate Workshop (EAC9), 10-13 December,2007 ACROS Fukuoka, Japan

25.   Differences between the NCEP/NCAR and ERA-40 reanalysis data over East Part of ChinaHuang Gang*The 5th International Symposium on Asian Monsoon System (ISAM5),11-15 october,2005, Korea

26.   The Variability of the Wind System Circulating round the West Side of the Tibetan Plateau and Its Relation to the Asian-African Summer MonsoonHuang Gang* and Johnny C.L .Chan, IAMAS 2005, Beijing

27.   An Index meansuring the international variation of the East Asian summer monsoon-The EAP index, Gang Huang*, The Fourth International Symposium on Asian Monsoon System(ISAM4),Kunming,China,2004, 24-29May

28.   Interannual Variations of the Summer Monsoon over China, Huang Gang*, International workshop on climate variability in Asian Monsoon Region: Past to Future, 2-4 Dec 2003, Bangkok, Thailand (Invited report)

29.   The Climate Background of the Drought in North China and Dry in Yellow River, Huang Gang*, The meeting of “The Climate and the Continual Development”; Taipei, Taiwan, 1999.6, 51-55

30.   The study of NAO by using a 20-member Ensemble Simulation by CCSR/NIES AGCM, Huang Gang*, The Fifth Atmospheric Dynamics academic meeting, April, 2001. Yang Zhou

31.   The Study of East Asian Summer Monsoon strength index and the relationship with East Asian summer monsoon interannual variability, Huang Gang*, The fourth Atmospheric Dynamics academic meeting, Sept.1997, WuYi Mountain, Fujian

32.   Interannual Variability of the East Asian Summer Monsoon associated with the thermal states of the tropical Pacific, Ren Baohua, Huang Ronghui, Huang Gang, Proceedings of International Conference on the Variability and Predictability of the Asian Monsoon (ICAM), September 22-26,1998, XiAn, China, 258-262

33.   Further Study about A 20-member Ensemble Simulation with An AGCM forced by Observed SSTs, Huang Gang*, Shang-Ping, Xie and Shinji Matsumura ,The Third International Symposium on Asian Monsoon System(ISAM3) ,December 11-14, 2001, Nago, Okinawa, Japan

34.   A 20-members ensemble simulation using CCSR/NIES AGCM forced by observed SST, Huang Gang* etc. Challenges of A Changing Earth, 10-13 July,2001 Amsterdam, Netherlands

35.   About Ensemble simulation using CCSR/NIES AGCM, Huang Gang*, International Pacific Research Center (IPRC) seminarHawaii, USA, Dec30,2000

36.   North China and North Africa Drought in Global Viewpoint, Huang Gang*, The Second International Symposium on Asian Monsoon System (ISAM2), Cheju, Korea, March 27-31, 2000

37.   The Relationship between the East Asian Summer Monsoon Circulation Anomaly and the climatic Variation over China and Korea. Huang Gang*, Yan Zhongwei, Baek-Jo Kim, Proceedings of International Conference on the Variability and Predictability of the Asian Monsoon (ICAM), September22-26, 1998, Xian, China, 26-29

38.   The East Asian Summer Monsoon Circulation Anomaly Index and the Interannual Variation of the East Asian Summer Monsoon, Huang Gang*, Yan Zhongwei, International Conference on Monsoon and hydroloic Cycle, Kyongju, Korea, 22-25, April, 1998, 236-241

** Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan report

1.     Huang Gang, A new East Asian summer monsoon index, 2016 The typhoon rainstorm weather cooperation symposium on both sides of China, held on January 20 to 22, Taiwan kaohsiung (30 minutesinvited talk)

2.     Huang Gang etcOrographically Anchored El Nino Effect on Summer Rainfall in Central China, the 2019 cross-strait academic seminar on typhoon Rainfall and short-term climate, January 19-23, 2019, (invited report)

** Public Report

1 Huang GangGlobal warming is a flicker?  The 11th Public Science Day, Chinese Academy of Sciences--- On May 17, 2015  Beijing

**Media with the introduction of my achievements and articles

http://www.escience.cn/people/hg/mtdcghwzdjs.html

Published several articles and results by

Foreign media: Nature Climate Change. A team; NBC news; The Discovery; Yahoo; PlanetSave; Daily India; Science daily;Star advertiser; Hawaii Public Radio; Tusco Citizen; Scripps Magazine; ClimateWire; South China Morning Post etc.

and Other Domestic media: the people's Daily, Guang-ming Daily, China Daily, Oriental Morning Post, Beijing times, the Beijing news, Xinhua net, Phoenix net, Sina; Proceedings of China, the scientific network, China meteorological news, CAS news  (both in English and Chinese) (CAS- Chinese academy of sciences), reports and interviews

To participate in the Beijing TV station life: 2016Experts decodehow long farewell haze (March 31, 2016, 20:25)

To participate in Guangming Net(founded by guangming daily) :Mr Du-zheng ye one hundred commemorative feature program (on April 22, 2016)

*Teaching Course

1 “The latest progress on climate change study” - the summer semester of graduate university of Chinese academy of sciencesteacher and course organizer (20 hours) (2009 - present); Every year ratings are A;

2"Advanced environmental planning techniques the MSC programs" - invited instructor at the Chinese university of Hong Kong, from 2011 - present);

3"Climate dynamics" - spring semester teaching teachers university graduate school, Chinese academy of sciences (50 hours) (-) in the spring of 2015

To participate in courses:

4 "Tropical Marine climate and air-sea interaction" workshops, on November 10-21, 2014, Speaker: Huang Gang; lecture: the Indian Ocean Warming and its influence on east Asian summer climate; Guangzhou, China, South China sea institute of academy of sciences, Chinese academy of sciences university courses, 3 credits

5 "Ocean's influence on the arid and semi-arid climate" workshop, on April 19, 2016, Speaker: Huang Gang; Lecture: Tropical air-sea interaction on the influence of the east Asian summer climate; Lanzhou, Lanzhou university

6. Workshop on "effects of oceans on arid and semi-arid climate" (2nd session), 23 April 2018, report by: huang gang; Lecture content: Effects of ENSO on topographic precipitation in China; Lanzhou, Lanzhou university

7 "tropical Marine climate and air-sea interaction" workshops, November 18, 2019,  Huang Gang, content of the lecture: under the background of global warming in the northwestern Pacific summer wind response to ENSO change and influence of simulation error analysis; South China sea institute of academy of sciences, Guangzhou, China

 

*Scientific Data Platform:

1.      Atmospheric Scientific Database since 1990,1995,2000,2005 major participantsince 1990

http://data.iap.ac.cn

2.      Atmospheric Science Data Integration Analysis PlatformLeadersince 2009

http://adoap.csdb.cn

If you have any suggestion or advice, please send email to hg@mail.iap.ac.cn

 

*Technical Research Report:

1.      Huang Gang*, 2002:The Manual of East Asian Monsoon System Database, IAP website, http://data.iap.ac.cnhttp://hg.iap.ac.cn/data.htm

2.      Huang Gang*2002:In Common use of atmospheric science dataset, Model and Academic institute unit: Classification and Link, http://hg.iap.ac.cn/mylink.htm

3.      Huang Gang* and Wang Lin2004:ERA-40 Reanalysis dataset and Its manuals, Data center of IAP internal Material,1-50

4.      Wang Pengfei, Xu Yuhong, Ma Xiaoguang, Jian Wensheng and Huang Gang etc2005:Design and Realization of Atmospheric Science Data management System, IAP(Institute of Atmospheric Physics) internal manual of dataset,1-122

 

*PhD Thesis (1999) of Dr. Gang Huang

Title “Anomalous Meridional Activity Of the East Asian Summer Monsoon In Regional and Global Viewpoint”, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences outstanding doctoral dissertation & National excellent doctoral dissertation nomination

AdvisorProf. Ye Duzheng Academicians,

 

10 Projects

Finished Projects

(1) Key scientific project in the 9th Five-Year Plan “96-908” project “National short-term climate prediction”, (1996-2000), backbone.
(2) Major Program of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) “Asia monsoon climate shift and global change” (1997-2000), backbone
(3) Pre-selected project in n the 9th Five-Year Plan “the projection of national living environment in future”, (1997-2000)participator.
(4) Key innovation Project of Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) “Decadal variability of the North Pacific and East Asia”, (1999-2000), major participator.
(5) General program of IAP “The evolution feature of Asia-Africa monsoon and the trend of China monsoon under global warming”(1999-2000), PI.

(6) The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) for Young Scholar “the impacts of the Arctic sea ice on Asia monsoon” (2000-2002), backbone.
(7) CAS Knowledge Innovation Major Project “The evolution regulation of ecological environment in western China and sustainable utilization of land and water resources” KZCX1-10-07, (2000-2003), major backbone.
(8) Major State Basic Research Development Program “The evolution of living environment and aridification projection in North China”, (1999-2004), backbone & program contact.
(9) IAP Major innovation Project “the response/adaption of transition zone to global warming”, (2001-2006)backbone.
(10) CAS Knowledge Innovation Project—Scientific database and its application—atmospheric sciences and environment database NF105-SDB-1-25 (2001.1-2005.12), backbone.
(11) NSFC for Young Scholar “The decadal evolution and trends of Asia-Africa monsoon under global warming” (2004.1-2006.12), PI.
(12) CAS Knowledge Innovation Project “The theory of water resources optimal allocation under South water to north background” KZCX3-SW-218, (2003—2006), PI of subprogram.
(13) Open fund of Key laboratory of Meteorological Disaster of Ministry of Education (Nanjing University of Information Sciences & Technology) “The influences of round-off errors on climate model long-time integration” KLME0601, (2007.1-2008.12), PI.
(14) Major State Basic Research Development Program “The monitor/forecast theory and method study of severe storm rain in South China” 2004CB418300, (2004-2008), PI of a topic.
(15) Key Program of atmospheric physics of Knowledge Innovation Project of CAS “The application of computation instability theory in climate models” (2007-2009).
(16) Youth Program of atmospheric physics of Knowledge Innovation Project of CAS “The role of Pacific decadal signal tunnel on Asia monsoon-ENSO decadal relationship” IAP07314, (2007-2009), co-PI.  
(17) Major State Basic Research Development Program “Aridification over North China and human adaption” 2006CB400500, (2006-2010), backbone.
(18) National Marine Enviromental Forecasting Center-IAP joint project “The development of global ocean-atmosphere coupled model” (2008-2010), PI.
(19) General Program of NSFC “Indian Ocean long-term variability on the decadal evolution of Asia-Africa monsoon” 40775051/ D0507 (2008-2010), PI.
(20) CAS Knowledge Innovation Project (3rd phase) “Mechanisms, models design and simulation of land-atmosphere interaction in aid and semi-aid regions” KZCX2-YW-220, (2007-2010), PI of subprogram.
(21) CAS information specific fund—Atmospheric science database INFO-115-C01-SDB4-07, (2009-2010)backbone.
(22) Key Program of NSFC “the responses/influences of South China Sea oceanic environment to/on the summertime weather and climate over South China” U0733002 (2008-2011), PI of its subprogram.  
(23) National Key Technology R&D Program “The synthetical evaluation technique of major natural disaster classification” 2008BAK50B02 (2008.9-2011.12), backbone
(25) CAS Knowledge Innovation Project “Tropical Indian Ocean basin warming and its impacts on East Asia summer climate”, (2009-2011), PI of subprogram.
(26) Major Projects of International Cooperation and Exchanges NSFC “climate change over East Asia and the Northwestern Pacific and its simulation” 40810059005 (2009-2011), backbone.

(27) Major Program of NSFC “The boundary currents in lower latitude of the Pacific and low frequent anomalies in warmpool”40890155, (2009-2012), backbone.

(28) Special Scientific Research Project for Public Interest “The Influences of the western Pacific warmpool and near China seas on seasonal-interannual variability over East Asia” GYHY201006021, (2010-2012), PI of sub-project.
(29)Hong Kong RGC joint project "" Roles of Tropical Indian and Pacific -oceans Summertime in the South China Sea Climate Variability"; co-PI (project leader); 2013-2015.
(30)Major State Basic Research Development sub-program “High-performance algorithm in climate system models and its application” 2011CB309704, (2011-2015), vice PI.

(31)Plateau atmosphere and environment key laboratory of Sichuan Province open project "The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and The Tropical Indian Ocean Thermal Contrast the impact on the Climate of East Asia", the project number: PAEKL - 2014 - K2, PI; 2014-2015.

(32) Sub-program of CAS Strategic Priority Research Program “The Thermal Contrast Variability of East Asia and Surrounding Areas and Its Impacts” XDA05090402, (2011-2015), Backbone.

(33)Major State Global change Research Development sub-program “The Inhomogeneity of Indian-Pacific oceans to global warming and its influences on East Asia Climate” 2012CB955604, (2012-2016), PI.

(34) Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Severe Weather in South China project "under the background of global warming the climate change characteristics and causes of shenzhen heavy rain disaster analysis", project director, 2015-2016

(35)General Program of NSFC “Indian Ocean on East Asia summer climate and relevant predict skill” 41275083 (2013-2016), PI.

(36)Major Research Plan Breeding Project of NSFC “Synergistic effects of Tibetan Plateau and Indian Ocean on East Asia summer monsoon” 91337105 (2014-2016), PI.

(37) National outstanding youth fund project "tropical air-sea interaction and the east Asian monsoon system", the project number: NSFC. 41425019; PI; 2015.01 to 2019.12

(38)Public science and technology research funds projects of ocean (201505013), "the global ocean climate sets prediction model application system development and business model", PI of sub-project., 2015-2018

(39)International cooperation and exchanges of national natural science fund project NSFC"the decadal variability of southeast Asia monsoon climate and recent forecasts", project number: NSFC. 41422501; Project backbone; 2016.09 to 2019.08

 

Projects on study2020--):

(1)  National natural science foundation key project "rapid and slow ocean response process and impact on east Asian regional climate in the context of global warming", project no. : NSFC 41831175, project leader;

(2)  National natural science foundation innovation group project "east Asia monsoon variation characteristics and mechanism", project number: NSFC41721004, project backbone; 2018.01 to 2023.12

(3)  Key project of ocean research center, Chinese academy of sciences: "study on the coupling process between ocean in indo-pacific convergence area and east Asian summer monsoon and long-term climate change in qinghai-tibet plateau under the background of climate warming", project leader, 2019.11-2022.11

(4)  Subproject "impact of Indian Ocean - third pole thermal differences on monsoons and their meridional transport effects ", funded by cas strategic pilot science and technology project no. : XDA20060501; Subtopic backbone; 2018-2022

(5)  National key research and development plan for global change and response key project "research and development of high-resolution sea ice model" (2018YFA0605900), project backbone; 2018.9 to 2023.12

(6)  National natural science foundation of China (NSFC) major research program "multi-layer interaction on the qinghai-tibet plateau and its climate impact" integrated project, project approval no. 91937302, project leader, 2019.9-2022.9

 **Underline means PI or co-pi projects

 

11 The Mentor Team Introduced:

Note: My tutor team including overseas cooperation mentors: Professor Shang-Ping Xie and Professor Renguang Wu;

Since 2010, with the famous meteorologist, Thousands of people plan in China, Professor Shang-ping Xie joint admissions.

Professor Shang-ping Xie’s Resume:

http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/~xie/  (Professor of the university of Hawaii, IPRC),

http://scrippsscholars.ucsd.edu/sxie/  (UCSD Scripps honorary Professor, USA)

http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=vGEx6O0AAAAJ&hl=en

Since 2015with the famous researcher, Dr. Jing-jia Luo, Senior Scientist , CAWCR, Bureau of Meteorology, GPO Box 1289, Melbourne, VIC 3001, Australia.

Dr. Jing-jia Luo’s Resume:

http://cawcr.gov.au/staff/jluo/

https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=WT6Zn94AAAAJ&hl=en

 

Welcome to join our group!

 

12 My Contact Information:

Gang Huang

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