NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences
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XIE RuiHuang

2019-07-19

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Name:(姓名):XIE Ruihuang
Title:(职称):Associate Professor
Research Field:(研究领域):ENSO dynamics, tropical air-sea interaction
Tel/Fax:(电话/传真):+86-532-82898519
E-mail:(电邮): rhxie@qdio.ac.cn
Resume:(个人简历,总结性叙述、按时间排列均可)
After I received my Ph.D. in the Marine Meteorology from the Ocean University of China in 2013, I jointed the Key Laboratory of Ocean Circulation and Waves, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and worked as a postdoctoral researcher. Since then, I have been working in ENSO dynamics and also investigating the causes of ENSO complexity in its spatial pattern and frequency. I found that there are two types of intrinsic ENSO modes that differ in their patterns and periods, which matches the observed counterparts. The existence of two ENSO modes is possibly responsible for the emergence of two types of ENSO events.
Education:(教育经历)
2013 Ph.D., Marine Meteorology, Ocean University of China
2007 B. S., Atmosphere Sciences, Ocean University of China
Professional Memberships:(组织任职)
none
Research Interests:(研究方向)
1. Dynamics of ENSO and its spatiotemporal complexity
2. ENSO complexity and its response to climate change
Honors and Awards:(获得荣誉、获奖情况)
none
Selected Publications:(发表论文、专利、出版书籍等):
1). Xie, R., and F.-F. Jin, 2018: Two leading ENSO modes and El Ni?o Types in the Zebiak-Cane Model. Journal of Climate, 31: 1943–1962.
2). Timmermann, A., S.-I. An, J.-S. Kug, F.-F. Jin, W. Cai, A. Capotondi, K. M. Cobb, M. Lengaigne, M. J. McPhaden, M. F. Stuecker, K. Stein, A. T. Wittenberg, K.-S. Yun, T. Bayr, H.-C. Chen, Y. Chikamoto, B. Dewitte, D. Dommenget, P. Grothe, E. Guilyardi, Y.-G. Ham, M. Hayashi, S. Ineson, D. Kang, S. Kim, W.-M. Kim, J.-Y. Lee, T. Li, J.-J. Luo, S. McGregor, Y. Planton, S. Power, H. Rashid, H.-L. Ren, A. Santoso, K. Takahashi, A. Todd, Guoming Wang, Guojian Wang, R. Xie, W.-H. Yang, S.-W. Yeh, J. Yoon, E. Zeller, and X. Zhang, 2018: El Ni?o-Southern Oscillation complexity. Nature, 559: 535–545.
3). Yang, Y., R. Xie, F. Wang, and F. Huang, 2016: Impacts of decaying eastern and central Pacific El Nios on tropical cyclone activities over the western North Pacific in summer. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 125: 175–185.
4). Xie, R., F.-F. Jin, and F. Huang, 2015: An Improved Atmospheric Component of Zebiak-Cane Model for Simulating ENSO Winds. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 93: 535–550.
5). Xie, R., F. Huang, F.-F. Jin, and J. Huang, 2015: The impact of basic state on quasi-biennial periodicity of central Pacific ENSO over the past decade. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 120: 55–67.
6). Xie. R., and Y. Yang, 2014: Revisiting the latitude fluctuations of the eastern Pacific ITCZ during the central Pacific El Ni?o. Geophysical Research Letters, 41: 7770–7776.
7). Xie, R., F. Huang, and H.-L. Ren, 2013: Subtropical air-sea interaction and development of central Pacific El Ni?o. Journal of Ocean University of China, 12: 260–271.
8). Ren, H.-L., F.-F. Jin, M. F. Stuecker, and R. Xie, 2013: ENSO Regime Change since the Late 1970s as Manifested by Two Types of ENSO. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 91: 835–842.

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