NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences
People
HU ShiJian

2019-07-19

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Name:(姓名):Shijian Hu
Title:(职称):Professor
Research Field:(研究领域):Ocean circulation and climate
Tel/Fax:(电话/传真):+86 (532) 8289 6260
E-mail:(电邮): sjhu@qdio.ac.cn
Resume:(个人简历,总结性叙述、按时间排列均可)
? 2019 – present Professor, Institute of Oceanology of CAS
? 2018 – present Specially-appointed Professor, Institute of Oceanology of CAS
? 2016 – 2018 Associate Professor, Institute of Oceanology of CAS
? 2018 Visiting Scientist, CSIRO O&A, Crawley, Australia
Host: Dr. Ming Feng
? 2015 -2016 Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Supervisor: Dr. Janet Sprintall
? 2015 Visiting Scientist, NOAA/PMEL,
Host: Drs. William S. Kessler and Gregory C. Johnson
? 2013-2015 Research Associate, Institute of Oceanology of CAS

Education:(教育经历)
? Ph.D. 2008–2013 Physical Oceanography, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Institute of Oceanology of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Advisor: Professor Dunxin Hu
? B.S. 2004-2008 Physics, Northeast Normal University

Professional Memberships:(组织任职)
? Review Editor: Frontiers in Marine Science (2019-present)
? AGU member

Research Interests:(研究方向)
My main interest is in understanding dynamics of ocean and climate,particularly Indo-Pacific boundary currents, oceanic salinity, and tropical climate dynamics. I deploy mooring arrays and conduct field experiments with my colleagues to observe the ocean, and use basic physical theories and numerical models to understand the dynamics of oceanic variabilities. My current studies focus on (1) the Indo-Pacific boundary currents (Indonesian Throughflow, Mindanao Current/Undercurrent, New Guinea Coastal Current/Undercurrent) in terms of mean structure, variablity and dynamics, and their role in climate system; and (2) long-term change of global ocean circulation system under the background of global climate change.

Honors and Awards:(获得荣誉、获奖情况)
? Huiquan Young Scholar, IOCAS, 2018
? Member, Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS, 2018
? The CAS Outstanding Achievement Prize in Science and Technology, 2017
? CLIVAR Early Career Scientists Poster Award, CLIVAR/WCRP, 2016
? Outstanding Young Talents of Sciences & Technology Award, Shenyang Branch of CAS, 2016
Selected Publications:(发表论文、专利、出版书籍等):
1. Hu, S., Y. Zhang, M. Feng*, Y. Du, J. Sprintall, F. Wang, D. Hu, and Q. Xie (2019), Observed Interannual to Decadal Variability of Indian Ocean Salinity and the Role of Indonesian Throughflow, Journal of Climate, In press, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0056.1.
2. Sprintall J., A. G., S. Wijffels, M. Feng, S. Hu, A. Koch-Larrouy, H. Phillips, et al. (2019), Detecting Change in the Indonesian Seas, Frontiers in Marine Science, 6, 257, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00257.
3. Hu, S.* (2018), A Trend Estimation Method Considering Natural Climate Fluctuation and its Application in the Study of Multi-decadal Trend of Indonesian Throughflow, Marine Sciences, 42(10), 8-15, doi:10.11759/hykx20180723002.
4. Hu, S.*, J. Sprintall, C. Guan, B. Sun, F. Wang, G. Yang, F. Jia, J. Wang, D. Hu, and F. Chai (2018), Spatio-temporal Features of Intra-seasonal Oceanic Variability in the Philippine Sea from Mooring Observations and Numerical Simulations, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 123, doi: 10.1029/2017JC013653.
5. Hu, S.*, and J. Sprintall (2017), Observed Strengthening of Interbasin Exchange via the Indonesian Seas Due to Rainfall Intensification, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, 1448-1456, doi: 10.1002/2016GL072494.
6. Hu, S.*, D. Hu, C. Guan, N. Xing, J. Li, and J. Feng (2017), Variability of SST structure in the western Pacific warm pool and its relationship to El Ni?o, Climate Dynamics, 49, 2431-2449, doi: 10.1007/s00382-00016-03459-y.
7. Hu, S.*, and J. Sprintall (2017), Recent Strengthening of the Indonesian Throughflow and Tropical Inter-basin Exchange Related to Rainfall Intensification, CLIVAR Exchanges, 71, 21-25.
8. Hu, S.*, and J. Sprintall (2017), Salinity variability in the Indonesian seas contributes to modulating the Indonesian Throughflow, in Life-Supporting Asia-Pacific Marine Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Their Functioning edited by T. N. Dautova, X. Sun, S. Sun and A. V. Adrianov, p. 91-93, Science Press, Beijing.
9. Hu, S.*, and J. Sprintall (2016), Interannual Variability of the Indonesian Throughflow: the Salinity Effect, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 2596-2615, doi:10.1002/2015JC011495.
10. Hu, S., D. Hu, C. Guan, F. Wang, L. Zhang, F. Wang, and Q. Wang (2016), Interannual variability of the Mindanao Current/Undercurrent in direct observations and numerical simulations, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 46(2), 483-499, doi:10.1175/JPO-D-15-0092.1.
11. Hu, S.*, and D. Hu (2016), Review on Western Pacific Warm Pool Study, Studia Marina Sinica, 51, 37-48, doi:10.12036/hykxjk20160724001.
12. Hu, D, Wu L, Cai W, Gupta A S, Ganachaud A, Qiu B, Gordon A L, Lin X, Chen Z, Hu S, Wang G, Wang Q, Sprintall J, Qu T, Kashino Y, Wang F, Kessler W. (2015), Pacific western boundary currents and their roles in climate, Nature, 522, 299-308, doi:10.1038/nature14504.
13. Hu, S.*, and D. Hu (2014), Variability of the Pacific North Equatorial Current from repeated shipboard acoustic Doppler current profiler measurements, J. Oceanogr., 70(6), 559-571, doi:10.1007/s10872-014-0253-5.
14. Hu, D., S. Hu, L. Wu, L. Li, L. Zhang, X. Diao, Z. Chen, Y. Li, F. Wang, and D. Yuan (2013), Direct Measurements of the Luzon Undercurrent, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43, 1417-1425.
15. Hu, S.*, and D. Hu (2012), Heat center of the western Pacific warm pool, Chin. J. Oceanol. Liimol., 30(1), 169–176.

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