NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences


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Name: Faming Wang

TitleSenior Research Scientist

Subject: Ocean & Climate Dynamics

Tel/Fax: +86-532-82898933


Address: 7 Nanhai Rd., Qingdao, 266071

 Key Laboratory of Ocean Circulation and Waves



2005Research ScientistInstitute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2003-2005, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin

1997-1998, Research Assistant, First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China



Ph.D. 2003, Texas A&M University

M.S., 1997, First Institute of Oceanography, SOA

B.S., 1994, Shandong University


Professional Memberships

Adjunct Professor of Oceanography, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences  


Research Interests:

Multi-scale air-sea interaction, climate variability and predictability


Academic Achievements

Identified the subtropical dipole modes in Southern Hemisphere; Found the direct evidence of inverse energy cascade in ocean eddies.


Honors and Awards:

One Hundred Talents Program of CAS, Outstanding Young Scholar of Shandong


Selected Publications:

Zheng, J., and F. Wang, 2021. Atmospheric response to the South Pacific subtropical dipole. Climate Dynamics, 56, 1753-1765.

Zheng, J., F. Wang, M.A., Alexander, and M. Wang, 2018, Impact of South Pacific subtropical dipole mode on the equatorial Pacific. Journal of Climate, 312197-2216.

Wang, F., 2010. Thermodynamic coupled modes in the tropical atmosphere-ocean: An analytical solution. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 67, 1667-1677.

Scott, R. and F. Wang, 2005. Direct evidence of an oceanic inverse kinetic energy cascade from satellite atlimetry. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 35, 1650-1666.

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