Associate Research Fellow, Key Laboratory of Marine Geology and Environment (MAGE), Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS)
Qingdao, China 266071
Research interests and objects
Dr. Haibo Bi has been mainly engaged in the research of Arctic sea ice variability using a wide variety of remote sensing observations from multiple satellite platforms. The coupling mechanism between atmospheric activity and Arctic sea ice variability is identified. To be specific, he examined the relative role of different large-scale atmospheric circulation, including Arctic Oscillation (AO), North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), and the Arctic Diploe (AD), on sea ice export via Fram Strait. Also, he conducted the study of Baffin Bay sea ice export and assessed the modulation mechanism due to synoptic weather forcing such as cyclones. For the first time, the coupling association between winter clouds and summer sea ice in Antarctic was outlined. Recently, Dr. Bi made an attempt to investigate the annual cycles of multiyear sea ice coverage in Arctic Ocean from spaceborne scatterometer observations, with a further aim to identify the linkage with large-scale atmospheric circulations and cyclones. Besides, the influences of different PDO phases on the variability in recent popular Arctic summer anticyclones and the satellite-observed sea ice extent in the Pacific side of the Arctic Ocean are explored.
In past five years (2016-2020), more than 20 papers related to the study of Dr. Bi were published in peer-reviewed international journals, including Cryosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere, IEEE JSTARS, et al. Meanwhile, Dr. Bi serves as one of the reviewers for some international journals (such as Journal of Climate, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, Remote Sensing, Geophysical Research Letters, et al.). Additionally, Dr. Bi leads the international cooperation with Prof. Jinlun Zhang from the Polar Science Center, University of Washington.
2010-2013 Ph.D. (Geographical Information System and Remote Sensing), Institute of Remote Sensing Application, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
2007-2010 M.S. (Marine Geology), Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao, China.
2003-2007 B.S. (Remote Sensing), Shandong University of Science and technology, Qingdao, China.
2017- Present, Associate Researcher, MAGE, IOCAS;
2015-2016, Assistant Researcher, MAGE, IOCAS
2013-2014, Postdoc Researcher, MAGE, IOCAS
2016-2017, Visiting Scholar in Polar Science Center, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
Some Relevant Journal Publications
（1）Bi Haibo, Yang Q, Liang X, et al. (2019), Contributions of advection and melting processes to the decline in sea ice in the Pacific sector of the Arctic Ocean. The Cryosphere, 2019, 13(5): 1423-1439. （TOP 5%期刊，中科院一区，IF=4.8）.
（2）Bi Haibo, Zhang Z, Wang Y, et al. (2019), Baffin Bay sea ice inflow and outflow: 1978–1979 to 2016–2017. The Cryosphere, 2019, 13(3): 1025-1042. （TOP 5%期刊，中科院一区，IF=4.8）
（3）Wang Y, Yuan X, Bi Haibo*, et al. (2019), The Contributions of Winter Cloud Anomalies in 2011 to the Summer Sea‐Ice Rebound in 2012 in the Antarctic. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2019, 124(6): 3435-3447. （TOP期刊，JCR一区，IF=3.6）.
（4）Bi Haibo, Zhang Jinlun, Wang Yunhe, Fu Min, Huang Haijun, Xu Xiuli. (2018) Arctic sea ice volume changes in terms of age as revealed from satellite observations, IEEE journal of selected topics on remote sensing application, 11(8):3123-3134.
（5）Bi Haibo，Sun Ke, Zhou Xuan, Huang Haijun, Xu Xiuli. (2016) Arctic Sea Ice Area Export Through the Fram Strait Estimated From Satellite-Based Data: 1988-2012, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9(7)：3144~3157
（6）Bi Haibo，Huang Haijun，Fu Min，Fu Tengfei，Zhou Xuan，Xu Xiuli. (2016) Estimating sea-ice volume flux out of the Laptev Sea using multiple satellite observations, Polar Research, 2016, 35, doi:10.3402/polar.v35.24875
（7）Bi Haibo, Wang Yunhe. (2018). Recent satellite-derived sea ice volume flux through the Fram Strait: 2011-2015, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 37(9): 107-115.
（8）Bi Haibo, Fu Min, Sun Ke, Liu Yilin, Xu Xiuli. Huang Haijun. (2016) Arctic sea ice thickness changes in terms of sea ice age, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 35(10)：1~10
（9）Bi Haibo, Wang Yunhe et al. (2018). Recent satellite-derived sea ice volume flux through the Fram Strait: 2011-2015, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 37(9）:107-115
（10）Bi Haibo, Huang Haijun, Su Qiao; Yan Liwen; Liu Yanxia; Xu Xiuli. (2014) An Arctic sea ice thickness variability revealed from satellite altimetric measurements. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 33(11): 134-140。
（11）Wang Yunhe, Bi Haibo*, Huang Hhaijun, et al. （2019） Satellite-observed trends in the Arctic sea ice concentration for the period 1979–2016[J]. Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 2019, 37(1): 18-37.
（12）Zehua Zhang，Haibo Bi*, Ke Sun, Haijun Huang, Liu Yanxia, Yan liwen. (2017) Arctic sea ice volume export through the Fram Strait from combined satellite and model data: 1979–2012, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 36(1)：44~55.