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Dr. Wen CHEN (Senior Scientist)
Email:  chenw .AT. mail.iap.ac.cn
Tel:  (86-10) 62551597
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Postal:  Center for Monsoon System Research, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.O. Box 2718, Beijing 100190, China
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Brief Experences:

EDUCATION
1994: Ph.D., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Beijing, China; in Meteorology
1988: B.S., Peking University, Beijing, China; in Meteorology

EMPLOYMENT
2000-present: Senior Scientist of Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1996-present: External professor of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences
1996-1999:  Associate scientist of Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1994-1996:  Assistant scientist of Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

VISITING EXPERIENCE

Dec. 1996 -Mar. 1998    Visiting scientist at Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
Apr. 2000 -July 2000    Visiting scientist at Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
Apr. 2002 -Oct. 2002     Visiting Professor at Center for Climate System Research, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Nov. 2006 -Jan. 2007     Visiting Professor at International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Monsoon dynamics; Atmospheric circulation and teleconnection patterns; Atmosphere-ocean-land interactions; Stratosphere-troposphere coupling; Climate variability and change; Effects of solar activity on climate.


ONGOING PROJECTS

1. National Natural Science Foundation of China – “Variability of East Asian winter monsoon and its internal dynamics”, 2011 - 2014.
2. National Key Basic Research and Development Project of China – “Stratospheric Processes and Their Roles in Weather and Climate in East Asia”, 2010 – 2014.
3. National Key Basic Research and Development Project of China – “Variability of the water and energy cycles and the impact on the extreme climate over China under the global warming background”, 2009 – 2013.
4. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Key Program) – “The influences and mechanism of the global warming on typhoons activities in the western North Pacific and landing typhoons in China”, 2010 - 2012.

Publications:

SELETED PAPERS IN JOURNAL

1. Yuan, F., W. Chen, and W. Zhou, 2012: Analysis of circulation for persistent precipitation over South China in June 2010. Adv. Atmos. Sci., in press.
2. Zhou, W., W. Chen, and D. Wang, 2012: The implications of ENSO signal for South China monsoon climate. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 15, in press.
3. Wang, L., K. Kodera, and W. Chen, 2012: Observed triggering of tropical convection by a cold surge: Implications for MJO initiation. Q. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc., doi: 10.1002/qj.1905, in press.
4. Wu, R., X. Cao, and W. Chen, 2012: Surface wind speed-SST relationship during the passage of typhoons over the South China Sea. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, in press.
5. Cao, X., P. Huang, G. Chen, and W. Chen, 2012: Modulation of the western North Pacific tropical cyclone genesis by the intraseasonal oscillation of the ITCZ: A statistical analysis. Adv. Atmos. Sci., in press.
6. Zhou Qun, Chen Wen, 2012. Influence of the 11-year solar cycle on the evolution of ENSO-related SST anomalies and rainfall anomalies in East Asia. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), in press.
7. Chen, W., and Q. Zhou, 2012: Modulation of the Arctic Oscillation and the East Asian winter climate relationships by the 11-year solar cycle. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 29(2), 217-226, doi: 10.1007/s00376-011-1095-3.
8. Wu, R., J.-L. Chen, and W. Chen, 2012: Different types of ENSO influences on the Indian summer monsoon variability. J. Climate, 25, 903-920.
9. Lan, X. Q., W. Chen, and L. Wang, 2012: Quasi-stationary planetary wave-mean flow interactions in the Northern Hemisphere stratosphere and their responses to ENSO events. Sci. China Earth Sci., 55, 405-417, doi: 10.1007/s11430-011-4345-4.
10. Liu Yuyun, Chen Wen. 2012. Variability of the Eurasian teleconnection pattern in the Northern Hemisphere winter and its influences on the climate in China. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 36(2): 423-432.
11. Ma Yin, Chen Wen, Fong Soikun, Leong Kacheng, and Leong Wengkun. 2012. Interannual and interdecadal variations of precipitation over eastern China during Meiyu season and their relationships with the atmospheric circulation and SST. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 36(2): 397-410.
12. Wei, K., and W. Chen, 2011: An abrupt increase in the summer high temperature extreme days across China in the mid-1990s. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 28(5), 1023-1029, doi: 10.1007/s00376-010-0080-6.
13. Feng, J., W. Chen, C.-Y. Tam, and W. Zhou, 2011: Different impacts of El Niño and El Niño Modoki on China rainfall in the decaying phases. Int. J. Climatol., 31, 2091-2101, DOI: 10.1002/joc.2217.
14. Wei, K., W. Chen, and W. Zhou, 2011: Changes in the East Asian cold season since 2000. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 28(1), 69-79, doi: 10.1007/s00376-010-9232-y.
15. Wang Lin, Chen Wen, Fong Soikun, and Leong Kacheng, 2011. The seasonal march of the North Pacific Oscillation and its association with the interannual variations of China’s climate in boreal winter and spring. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 35(3): 393-402.
16. Ma Yin, Chen Wen, Wang Lin, 2011. A comparative study of the interannual variation of summer rainfall anomalies between the Huaihe Meiyu season and the Jiangnan Meiyu season and their climate background. Acta Meteorologica Sinica (in Chinese), 69(2): 334-343.
17. Chen Shangfeng, Wen Zhiping, Chen Wen, 2011. Tropical low frequency oscillations with 30-60 day period and its possible influence on the South China Sea summer monsoon. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 35(5): 982-992.
18. Feng, J., L. Wang, W. Chen, S. K. Fong, and K. C. Leong, 2010: Different impacts of two types of Pacific Ocean warming on Southeast Asian rainfall during boreal winter. J. Geophys. Res., 115, D24122, doi:10.1029/2010JD014761.
19. Gu, Y., K. N. Liou, W. Chen, and H. Liao, 2010: Direct climate effect of black carbon in China and its impact on dust storms. J. Geophys. Res., 115, D00K14, doi:10.1029/2009JD013427.
20. Jadin, E. A., K. Wei, Y. A. Zyulyaeva, W. Chen, and L. Wang, 2010: Stratospheric wave activity and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 72, 1163-1170.
21. Wang, L., and W. Chen, 2010: Downward Arctic Oscillation signal associated with moderate weak stratospheric polar vortex and the cold December 2009. Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L09707, doi:10.1029/2010GL042659.
22. Wang, L., W. Chen, W. Zhou, J. C. L. Chan, D. Barriopedro, and R. Huang, 2010: Effect of the climate shift around mid 1970s on the relationship between wintertime Ural blocking circulation and East Asian climate. Int. J. Climatol., 30, 153-158, DOI: 10.1002/joc.1876.
23. Wang, L., and W. Chen, 2010: How well do existing indices measure the strength of the East Asian winter monsoon? Adv. Atmos. Sci., 27(4), 855-870, doi:10.1007/s00376-009-9094-3.
24. Yuan, F., K. Wei, W. Chen, S. K. Fong, and K. C. Leong, 2010: Temporal variations of the frontal and monsoon storm rainfall during the first rainy season in South China. Atmos. Oceanic Sci. Lett., 3, 243-247.
25. Chen Zeyu, Chen Hongbing, Lu Daren, Xu Jiyao, Chen Wen, Tian Wenshou, Ren Rongcai, Hu Yongyun, Huang Kaiming, 2010: Advances in researches on the middle and upper atmosphere in 2008-2010. Chinese Journal of Space Science, 30(5): 456-463.
26. Wei Zhigang, Chen Wen, Huang Ronghui, 2010. Vertical atmospheric structure and boundary layer height in the summer clear days over Dunhuang. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 34(5): 905-913.
27. Fang Yunlong, Sun shufen, Li Qian, Chen Wen, 2010. The optimization of parameters of land surface model in arid region and the simulation of land-atmosphere interaction. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 34(2): 290-306.
28. Cui, X., G. Huang, W. Chen, and A. Morse, 2009: Threatening of climate change on water resources and supply: Case study of North China. Desalination, 248, 476-478.
29. Zhou, W., J. C. L. Chan, W. Chen, J. Ling, J. G. Pinto, and Y. Shao, 2009: Synoptic-scale controls of persistent low temperature and icy weather over southern China in January 2008. Mon. Wea. Rev., 137, 3978-3991.
30. Wang, L., R. Huang, L. Gu, W. Chen, and L. Kang, 2009: Interdecadal variations of the East Asian winter monsoon and their association with quasi-stationary planetary wave activity. J. Climate, 22, 4860-4872.
31. Chen, W., D. Q. Zhu, H. Z. Liu, and S. F. Sun, 2009: Land-air interaction over arid/semi-arid areas in China and its impact on the East Asian summer monsoon. Part I: Calibration of the Land Surface Model (BATS) using multicriteria methods. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 26(6), 1088-1098, doi: 10.1007/s00376-009-8187-3.
32. Chen, W., L. Wang, Y. Xue, and S. Sun, 2009: Variabilities of the spring river runoff system in East China and their relations to precipitation and sea surface temperature. Int. J. Climatol., 29, 1381-1394, DOI: 10.1002/joc.1785.
33. Chen, W., and K. Wei, 2009: Interannual variability of the winter stratospheric polar vortex in the northern hemisphere and their relations to QBO and ENSO. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 26(5), 855-863, doi:10.1007/s00376-009-8168-6.
34. Wang, L., W. Chen, W. Zhou, and R. Huang, 2009: Interannual variations of East Asian trough axis at 500 hPa and its association with the East Asian winter monsoon pathway. J. Climate, 22, 600-614.
35. Wei, K., and W. Chen, 2009: Climatology and Trends of High Temperature Extremes across China in Summer, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, 2(3), 153-158.
36. Chen Wen, Wei Ke. 2009. Anomalous Propagation of the Quasi-stationary Planetary Waves in the Atmosphere and Its Roles in the Impact of the Stratosphere on the East Asian winter Climate.  Advances in Earth Science, 2009, 24: 272--285 (in Chinese).
37. Kang Lihua, Chen Wen, Wang Lin, Chen Lijuan, 2009. Interannual variations of winter temperature in China and their relationship with the atmospheric circulation and sea surface temperature. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 14(1): 45-53.
38. Zhou Changchun, Gao Xiaoqing, Chen Wen, Hui Xiaoying, Li Jie, 2009. The impact of sensible heat flux anomaly over Central Asia on temperature and precipitation in Northwest China. Plateau Meteorology (in Chinese), 28(2): 395-401.
39. Wang, L., W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2008: Interdecadal modulation of PDO on the impact of ENSO on the East Asian winter monsoon. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L20702, doi: 10.1029/2008GL035287.
40. Cui, X., G. Huang, and W. Chen, 2008: Notes of numerical simulation of summer rainfall in China with a regional climate model REMO. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 25(6), 999-1008, doi: 10.1007/s00376-008-0999-z.
41. Chen Zeyu, Chen Hongbin, Chen Wen, Lu Daren, 2008: Advances in the researches in middle and upper atmosphere in 2006-2008, Chin.. J. Space Sci., 28(5): 412-423.
42. Chen Wen, Gu Lei, Wei Ke, Huang Ronghui. Studies of the dynamical processes of East Asian monsoon system and the quasi-stationary planetary wave activities. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 2008, 32: 950-966 (in Chinese)
43. Wei Ke, Chen Wen, Huang Ronghui. Comparison of the roles of wave activities in the breakup of the stratospheric polar vortex between the Southern and Northern Hemispheres. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 2008, 32: 206-219 (in Chinese)
44. Wei, Z., W. Chen, and R. Huang (2008), Numerical simulation of the influence of the Tibetan Plateau winter-spring snow anomalies on the summer precipitation in China, Plateau and Mountain Meteorology Research, 28(1), 1-7. (in Chinese)
45. Qu, Y., X. Gao, W. Chen, X. Hui, and C. Zhou (2008), Comparison of surface air temperatures and precipitation in eastern and western China during 1951-2003, Plateau Meteorology, 27(3), 524-529. (in Chinese)
46. Zeng, Q., G. Zhou, Y. Pu, W. Chen, R. Li, H. Liao, Z. Lin, H. Liu, B. Wang, Z. Xie, Y. Xu, F. Xue, X. Zeng, and F. Zhang (2008), Research on the earth system dynamic model and some related numerical simulations, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 32(4), 653-690. (in Chinese)
47. Chen, W., and T. Li, 2007: Modulation of northern hemisphere wintertime stationary planetary wave activity: East Asian climate relationships by the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. J. Geophys. Res., 112, D20120, doi: 10.1029/2007JD008611.
48. Wei, K., W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2007: Dynamical diagnosis of the breakup of the stratospheric polar vortex in the Northern Hemisphere. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 50(9): 1369-1379.
49. Cui, X., H. -F. Graf, B. Langmann, W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2007: Hydrological Impacts of Deforestation on the Southeast Tibetan Plateau. Earth Interactions, 11, 1-18.
50. Wei, K., W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2007: Association of tropical Pacific sea surface temperatures with the stratospheric Holton-Tan Oscillation in the Northern Hemisphere winter. Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L16814, doi: 10.1029/2007GL030478.
51. Wang, L., W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2007: Changes in the variability of North Pacific Oscillation around 1975/1976 and its relationship with East Asian winter climate. J. Geophys. Res., 112, D11110, doi: 10.1029/2006JD008054.
52. Wang Lin, Chen Wen, Huang Ronghui and Huang Gang (2007), The climatology and annual cycle of meridional transport of westerly momentum by stationary waves in the northern hemisphere, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31, 377-388. (in Chinese)
53. Jian Maoqiu, Qiao Yunting, Luo Huibang and Chen Wen (2007), The relationship of the atmospheric heat sources in early summer over East Asia – Pacific to the abnormality of precipitation in the Yangtze River Basin and its vicinity in July and August, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31, 735-746. (in Chinese)
54. Jian Maoqiu, Chen Wen, Qiao Yunting and Luo Huibang (2007), Connections of monthly precipitation anomalous patterns in rainy seasons in China, Journal of Tropical Meteorology, 23, 333-340. (in Chinese)
55. Huang Rong-Hui, Wei Ke, Chen Ji-Long and Chen Wen (2007), The East Asian winter monsoon anomalies in the winters of 2005 and 2006 and their relations to the quasi-stationary planetary wave activity in the Northern Hemisphere, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 31, 1033-1048. (in Chinese)
56. Wen Zhiping, Dong Linying, Wu Liji and Chen Wen (2007), The characteristics of 30-60 day oscillation and its relation to the durative rainstorm in Guangdong. Acta Scientiarum Naturalum Universitatis SunYatSeni, 46, 98-103. (in Chinese)
57. Wei, K., W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2006: Long-term changes of the ultraviolet radiation in China and its relationship with total ozone and precipitation. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 23(5), 700-710.
58. Cui, X. F., H.-F. Graf, B. Langmann, W. Chen, and R. Huang, 2006: Climate impacts of anthropogenic land use changes on the Tibetan Plateau. Glob. Planet. Change, 54, 33-56.
59. Chen Zeyu, Liu Renqiang, Chen Hongbin, Chen Wen, Lu Daren, Xu jiyao, Hu Xiong, 2006: Advances in the studies of the middle and upper atmosphere in 2004-2006, Chin.. J. Space Sci., 26(supp): 61-70.
60. Chen Wen and Kang Li-Hua (2006), Linkage between the Arctic Oscillation and winter climate over East Asia on the interannual timescale: Roles of quasi-stationary planetary waves, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 30, 863-870. (in Chinese)
61. Yang Lei, Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (2006), The data analysis and numerical simulation of the climatology of quasi-stationary planetary waves in the northern hemisphere, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 30, 361-376. (in Chinese)
62. Chen Wen (2006), Decadal variations of quasi-stationary planetary wave propagation in the northern hemisphere winter, Progress in Natural Science, 16, 485-489. (in Chinese)
63. Chen Wen, Kang Li-Hua and Wang Ding (2006), The coupling relationship between summer rainfall in China and global sea surface temperature, Climatic and Environmental Research, 11, 259-269. (in Chinese)
64. Kang Li-hua, Chen Wen and Wei Ke (2006), The interdecadal variation of winter temperature in China and its relation to the anomalies in atmospheric general circulation, Climatic and Environmental Research, 11, 330-339. (in Chinese)
65. Zhu De-qin, Chen Wen, Liu Huizhi and Huang Ronghui (2006), The comparison of surface radiation budget between typical arid region in Northwest China and Plateau region, Climatic and Environmental Research, 11, 683-690. (in Chinese)
66. Zhu De-qin, Gao Xiao-qing and Chen Wen (2006), Validation of SSiB model over gobi in Dunhuang and its sensitivity to vegetation parameters, Journal of Desert Research, 26, 466-472. (in Chinese)
67. Wei Zhi-gang, Huang Rong-hui and Chen Wen (2006), Transfer coefficients of sensible heat under the atmospheric stability in near surface layer over Dunhuang gobi, Plateau Meteorology, 25, 834-839.  (in Chinese)
68. Wei Zhi-gang, Huang Rong-hui and Chen Wen (2005), The causes of the interannual variation of snow cover over the Tibetan Plateau, Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 27, 491-497. (in Chinese)
69. Chen, W., S. Yang, and R.-H. Huang, 2005: Relationship between stationary planetary wave activity and the East Asian winter monsoon. J. Geophys. Res., 110, D14110, doi: 10.1029/2004JD005669.
70. Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (2005), The three-dimensional propagation of quasi-stationary planetary waves in the northern hemisphere winter and its interannual variations, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 29, 137-146. (in Chinese)
71. Yang Lei, Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (2005), The data analysis and simulation of the interannual variation of quasi-stationary planetary wave in the northern hemisphere, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 29, 682-696. (in Chinese)
72. Huang, R., W. Chen, B. Yan, and R. Zhang, 2004: Recent advances in studies of the interaction between the East Asian winter and summer monsoon and ENSO cycle. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 21, 407-424.
73. Chen Wen, Yang Lei, Huang Ronghui and Qiu Qihong (2004), Diagnostic analysis of the impact of tropical QBO on the general circulation in the northern hemisphere winter, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 28, 161-173. (in Chinese)
74. Chen, W., M. Takahashi, and H.–F. Graf, 2003: Interannual variations of stationary planetary wave activity in the northern winter troposphere and stratosphere and their relations to NAM and SST. J. Geophys. Res., 108(D24), 4797, doi: 10.1029/2003JD003834.
75. Huang, R., L. Zhou, and W. Chen, 2003: The progresses of recent studies on the variabilities of the East Asian monsoon and their causes. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 20, 55-69.
76. Huang Ronghui, Chen Wen, Ding Yihui and Li Chongyin (2003), Studies on the monsoon dynamics and the interaction between monsoon and ENSO cycle, Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 27, 484~502. (in Chinese)
77. Chen, W., Hans-F. Graf, and M. Takahashi, 2002: Observed interannual oscillations of planetary wave forcing in the Northern Hemisphere winter.  Geophys. Res. Lett., 29(22), 2073, doi: 10.1029/2002GL016062.
78. Chen, W., and R. Huang, 2002: The propagation and transport effect of planetary waves in the Northern Hemisphere winter. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 19, 1113-1126.
79. Chen Wen (2002), Impacts of El Niño and La Niña on the cycle of the East Asian winter and summer monsoon. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 26, 595-610. (in Chinese)
80. Huang Ronghui and Chen Wen (2002), Recent propresses in the research on the interaction between Asian monsoon and ENSO cycle, Climatic and Environmental Research, 7, 146-159. (in Chinese)
81. Wei Zhigang, Huang Ronghui, Chen Wen and Dong Wenjie (2002), Spatial distributions and interdecadal variations of the snow at the Tibetan Plateau weather stations. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 26, 496-508. (in Chinese)
82. Chen, W., Hans-F. Graf, and R. Huang, 2000: The interannual variability of East Asian winter monsoon and its relation to the summer monsoon. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 17, 48-60.
83. Chen, W., and R.-H. Huang (1999), The modulation of planetary wave propagation by the tropical QBO zonal winds and the associated effects in the residual meridional circulation. Contr. Atmos. Phys., 72(2), 187-204.
84. Wen Chen and Hans-F. Graf, 1998: The interannual variability of East Asian winter monsoon and its relation to global circulation, Max-Planck-Institute of Meteorology Report No. 250, 1-35.
85. Cheng Anning, Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (1998), The sensitivity of numerical simulation of the East Asian monsoon to different cumulus parameterization schemes. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 15, 204-220.
86. Cheng Anning, Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (1998), Influences of convective parameterization schemes on climate numerical simulations. Scientia Atmospherica Sinica, 22, 814-824. (in Chinese)
87. Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (1996), A numerical study of seasonal and interannual variabilities of ozone due to planetary wave transport in the middle atmosphere Part II: The case of wave-flow interaction. Scientia Atmospherica Sinica, 20, 703-712. (in Chinese)
88. Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (1996), A numerical study of seasonal and interannual variabilities of ozone due to planetary wave transport in the middle atmosphere Part I: The case of steady mean flows. Scientia Atmospherica Sinica, 20, 513-523. (in Chinese)
89. Chen Wen and Huang Ronghui (1995), The dynamics of planetary wave transport on ozone in the atmosphere. Scientia Atmospherica Sinica, 19, 513-524. (in Chinese)


 
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