A research team led by Prof. HUANG Wenjiang and Dr. DONG Yingying from the Aerospace Information Research Institute has tracked the migration path of the Desert Locust and analyzed possibility of the desert locust invasion to China.
A study led by AN Zhisheng from the Institute of Earth Environment revealed a linkage between glacial cycles and inland Asian high-intensity wildfire events by analyzing high-resolution soot deposition over the last 2.6 million years.
A study carried out by researchers at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and their collaborators found that advanced leaf-out enhances annual surface warming in the Northern Hemisphere.
An international team led by scientists from the Institute of Oceanology found that the global mean ocean circulation has accelerated over the past two decades. The research team used ocean circulation and wind speed products from multiple sources to investigate the changes in the patterns of global mean ocean circulation and global mean sea surface wind speed.
A strong seesaw pattern exists between the interannual variability of upper- and lower-level cross-equatorial flows (CEFs) over the Maritime Continent and Indian Ocean in boreal summer, according to a study by PhD candidate ZHAO Xiaoxuan and Prof. LU Riyu from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics.
Major stratospheric sudden warmings (MSSW) affect all layers of the atmosphere. A new study seeks to verify multi-system MSSW forecasts. This study could be extended in a future line of research to better unravel the characteristics of MSSW forecasts.
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