Chinese
People
Home > People

Dr. Yihua LIN (Senior Scientist)
Email:  linyh .AT. lasg.iap.ac.cn
Tel:  (86-10) 82995178
Fax:  (86-10) 82995172
Postal:  P.O. Box 9804, Beijing, 100029
Web:
Brief Experences:

EDUCATION
1. Ph.D., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Sep., 1995
2. M.S., National Research Center for Marine Environment Forecasts, State Ocean Administration, China, Jan., 1992
3. B.S., Department of Atmospheric Science, Nanjing University, China, July, 1988
Professional Experiences

OVERSEA
1. Dec., 2005?Nov., 2006 AOPP, Department of Physics, The University of Oxford, Oxford, Visiting Scientist
2. Nov., 2001?Jun., 2002 Department of Meteorology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. Visiting Scientist

DOMESTIC
1. Jan.,2004—PRESENT Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Senior Scientist
2. Feb., 1998—Dec., 2003 Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Scientist
3. Oct. 1995—Jan., 1998 Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

 

Research interests:

Atmosphere-ocean interaction, Climate Dynamics and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

 

Ongoing Projects:

Title: Research on the Subtropical Cell of the Pacific Ocean
1. Agency: National Natural Science Foundation of China
2. Principal Investigator: Lin Yihua

 

Publications:
  1. Lin Yihua 2007, A Finite-Volume Semi-Lagrangian Regional Shallow-Water Model, Science in China, in prepare
  2. Mo Jiaqi, Lin Yihua and Wang Hui, 2005, The homotopic mapping method for sea-air oscillator model of interdecadal climate fluctutions, Chinese Physics, Vol. 14 (12), 2387-2390
  3. Lin Yihua, You Xiaobao, Guan Yuping, 2004, Interannual Variability of Mixed Layer Depth and Heat Storage of Upper Layer in the Tropical Pacific Ocean, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, Vol. 23(1), 31-40
  4. Lin Yihua, 2003, Slow Wave in Barotropic Atmosphere, China Sciences Bulletin, Vol 48, Supp II, 68-70
  5. Lin Yihua, 2003, On the Instability in the Tropical Atmosphere, International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Geophysics ?MMG-2003?, Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia, October 8-12, 2003
  6. Lin Yihua, You Xiaobao, 2003, The Seasonal Cycle of Heat Storage from Surface to 400m Depth in the Tropical Pacific Ocean, Chinese Journal of Geophysics, Vol. 46(5), 844-850.
  7. Lin Yihua, Fu Yunfei, 2001,Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Slow Disturbances in Simple Air-sea Coupled Model in the Tropics, Acta Meteorologica Sinica (in Chinese with English Abstract), Vol. 59(1), 1-9.
  8. Lin Yihua, Lian Shumin, Zeng Qingcun, 2001, Slow Tropical Disturbances in Simple Air-sea Coupled Model — Interaction Between the Different Type Disturbances, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 25(2), 129-136.
  9. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, Ji Zhongzhen, 2000, Slow Tropical Disturbances in Simple Air-sea Coupled Model, Acta Aerodynamica Sinica, Vol. 18(2), 138-145.
  10. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, 2000, Functions of the Different Type Disturbances in a Simple Air-sea Coupled Model in the Tropics, Chinese Journal of Geophysics, Vol. 43(3), 304-311.
  11. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, Ji Zhongzhen, 1999, Low Frequency Tropical Disturbances Forced by Meridional Wind Stress, Progress in Nature Science, Vol. 9(7), 532-538.
  12. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, 1999, Kelvin Waves in a Simple Air-sea Coupled Model in the Tropics, Progress in Nature Science, Vol. 9(3), 211-215.
  13. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, Fu Yunfei, 1998, Low Frequency Tropical Disturbances Forced by Zonal Wind Stress, Journal of China University of Science and Technology (in Chinese with English abstract), Vol. 28(6), 685-695.
  14. Lin Yihua, Zeng Qingcun, Ji Zhongzhen, 1997, The Ocean-atmosphere Coupled Disturbances with Different Time Scales in the Tropics, Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese with English abstract), vol. 2(2), 108-119.

 
  Home About Us Research Contact Us Sitemap
Copyright (c)2007-2012 LASG, All Rights Reserved.
Mail: P.O.Box 9804, Beijing, 100029, China
Questions or comments: lasg@lasg.iap.ac.cn