General

Name: Guanghua Chen

Position: Professor

Major: Atmospheric Sciences

Affiliation: Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Email: cgh@mail.iap.ac.cn 

Telephone: 86-10-82995380

Research Areas

Tropical cyclone

Severe Storm

Numerical Simulation

Education

B.D., Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Sep1997Jul2001

M.D., Chinese Meteorology Academy of Sciences, Sep2001~Jul2004

Ph. D.Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Sep2004Jun2007

Experience

   
Work Experience

  •  Research AssistantInstitute of Atmospheric Physics, Aug2007Dec2009

  •  Postdoc, Institute of Hydrological Sciences, National Central University, Taiwan, Aug2008~May2009

  •  Senior Research Assistant, City University of Hong Kong, Aug2009~Nov2009

  •  Postdoc Fellow, City University of Hong Kong, Sep2011~Dec2011

  •  Research AssociateInstitute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Jan2010Dec2013

  •  Visiting Associate Research Fellow, Research center for environmental change, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Feb2013~May2013

  •  Visiting Associate Professor, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), The University of Tokyo, Japan, Aug2013~Dec2013

  •  Visiting Scientist, International Center of Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy. Jun2014~Aug2014

  •  Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Apr2015~Jul2015

  •  Visiting Professor, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), The University of Tokyo, Japan, Jul2018~Dec2018

Publications

   
Papers

  1. Wang, K., G. H. Chen*, X. Bi, D. Shi, and K. Chen. 2020: Comparison of convective and stratiform precipitation properties in developing and nondeveloping tropical disturbances observed by the Global Precipitation Measurement over the western North Pacific. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan98, 1051-1067. (SCI)

  2. Shi, D. L., G. H. Chen*, K. Wang, X. X. Bi, and K. X. Chen. 2020: Evaluation of two initialization schemes for simulating the rapid intensification of Typhoon Lekima (2019). Adv. Atmos. Sci.37(9), 987-1006. (SCI)

  3. Bi X, G. H. Chen*, D. Shi, K. Wang, and W. Zhou. 2020: A Statistical Analysis of the Influences of Multi-Timescale Waves on Tropical Cyclone Sudden Track Changes Over the Western North Pacific. Front. Earth Sci. 8:309. doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.00309. (SCI)

  4. Chen, K. X., G. H. Chen*, C. Y., Xiang, X. L. Li, 2020: Statistical Characteristics of Wind Field Structures of Tropical Cyclones over the Western North Pacific Based on MTCSWA Data. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 25 (6): 588−600.

  5. Hai, Y., G. H. Chen*, 2019: Prediction of frequency of tropical cyclones forming over the western North Pacific using an artificial neural network model. Climatic and Environmental Research (in Chinese), 24(3): 324-332.

  6. Chen, G. H. 2018: Secondary eyewall formation and concentric eyewall replacement in association with increased low-level inner-core diabatic cooling. J. Atmos. Sci.75, 2659–2685. (SCI)

  7. Bian, J., J. Fang, G. H. Chen*, C. Liu. 2018: Circulation features associated with the record-breaking typhoon silence in August of 2014. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 35(10), 1321-1336. (SCI)

  8. Wang, L., and G. H. Chen. 2018: Relationship between South China Sea summer monsoon onset and landfalling tropical cyclone frequency in China. Int. J. Climatol., doi: 10.1002/joc.5485(SCI)

  9. Chen, G. H, and K. Wang. 2018: Why is the tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific so distinct in 2016 and 1998 following super El Niño events? J. Meteor. Soc. Japan96(2), 97-110. (SCI)

  10. Hu, K., J. C. Chan, G. Huang, G. H. Chen, and W. Mei, 2018: A train‐like extreme multiple tropical cyclogenesis event in the Northwest Pacific in 2004. Geophys. Res. Lett., 45. doi: 10.1029/2018GL078749. (SCI)

  11. Wang, L., and G. H. Chen. 2018: Impact of spring SST gradient between tropical Indian Ocean and western Pacific on landfalling tropical cyclone frequency in China. Adv. Atmos. Sci., doi: 10.1007/s00376-017-7078-2. (SCI)

  12. Chen, G., C.-C. Wu, and Y.-H. Huang. 2018: The Role of Near-Core Convective and Stratiform Heating/Cooling in Tropical Cyclone Structure and Intensity. J. Atmos. Sci.75, 297-326. (SCI)

  13. Zhou. X. Y., R. Y. Lu, and G. H. Chen. 2018: Impact of interannual variation of synoptic disturbances on the tracks and landfalls of tropical cyclones over the western North Pacific. Adv. Atmos. Sci.35(10), 1469-1477. (SCI)

  14. Zhou. X. Y., R. Y. Lu, G. H. Chen, and L. Wu. 2018: Interannual variations in the synoptic-scale disturbances over the western North Pacific. Adv. Atmos. Sci.35(5), 507-517. (SCI)

  15. Huang, R., J. Huangfu, L. Wu, T. Feng, G. Chen. 2018: Research on the interannual and interdecadal variabilities of the monsoon trough and their impacts on tropical cyclone genesis over the western north pacific ocean. J. Trop. Meteor.24(4): 395-420. (SCI)

  16. Bi, X., G. H. Chen*, W. Zhou. 2018. A mechanism study on the sudden track change of super typhoon Goni (2015). Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 42(1), 227-238.

  17. Liu, Y., P. Huang, and G. H. Chen, 2018: Impacts of the combined modes of the tropical Indo-Pacific SSTAs on the tropical cyclone genesis over the western North Pacific. Int. J. Climatol., doi: 10.1002/joc.5938(SCI)

  18. Liu, Y., G. H. Chen. 2018: Intensified influence of the ENSO Modoki on boreal summer Tropical Cyclone genesis over the western North Pacific since the early 1990s. Int. J. Climatol., doi: 10.1002/joc.5347. (SCI)

  19. Li, C. F., R. Y. Lu, and G. H. Chen. 2017: Promising prediction of the monsoon trough and its implication for tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific, Environ. Res. Lett., 12, 074027. (SCI)

  20. Chen, G. H., and X. Wang. 2017: Effect of the westward-propagating zonal wind anomaly on the initial development of quasi-biweekly oscillation over the South China Sea during early summer, Atmos. and Oceanic Sci. Lett.10(1), 89-95.

  21. Wang, X., and G. H. Chen*. 2017: Quasi-Biweekly Oscillation over the South China Sea in Late Summer: Propagation Dynamics and Energetics, J. Climate30, 4103-4112. (SCI)

  22. Bi, X., G. H. Chen*, W. Zhou, X. Shen and X. Cao. 2017: Research in Long-Term Tendency of Tropical Cyclone Position Reaching Different Intensities over the Western North Pacific. Advances in Climate Change Research (in Chinese), 13(1): 31-40.

  23. Cao, X., G. H. Chen, and X. Xiao. 2016, Simulation of tropical cyclogenesis associated with the large-scale cyclonic circulation over the western North Pacific, J. Meteor. Res.30(6), 897-914, doi: 10.1007/s13351-016-5086-2. (SCI)

  24. Chen, G. H. 2016: Determination of initial inner-core structure on tropical cyclone intensification and track on a beta plane. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 33(8): 945-954. (SCI)

  25. Cao, X., G. H. Chen*, T. Li and F. M. Ren. 2016: Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis Associated with Different Monsoon Trough Patterns over the Western North Pacific, Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 128(4), 491-511. doi: 10.1007/s00703-015-0428-7. (SCI)

  26. Cao, X., S. Chen, G. H. Chen, and R. Wu. 2016: Intensified impact of northern tropical Atlantic sea surface temperature on tropical cyclogenesis frequency over the western North Pacific after the late-1980s. Adv. Atmos. Sci.33(8): 919-930. (SCI)

  27. Wang, X., G. H. Chen*, R. H. Huang. 2016: Different characteristics of the quasi-biweekly oscillation over the South China Sea in two boreal summer stages. Theor. Appl. Climatol.126, 1-13, doi: 10.1007/s00704-015-1550-7. (SCI)

  28. Chen, G. H. 2015: Comments on “Interdecadal change of the South China Sea summer monsoon onset”. J. Climate28, 9029-9035. (SCI)

  29. Cao, X., S. Chen, G. H. Chen, W. Chen, and R. Wu. 2015: On the weakened relationship between spring Arctic Oscillation and following summer tropical cyclone frequency over the western North Pacific: A comparison between 1968–1986 and 1989–2007. Adv. Atmos. Sci.32(10): 1319-1328. (SCI)

  30. Cao, X., T. Li, M. Peng, W. Chen, G. H. Chen. 2014: Effects of Monsoon Trough Intraseasonal Oscillation on Tropical Cyclogenesis over the Western North Pacific. J. Atmos. Sci.71, 4639–4660. (SCI)

  31. Chen, G. H., and C. Chou. 2014: Joint contribution of multiple equatorial waves to tropical cyclogenesis over the western North Pacific. Mon. Wea. Rev.142, 79-93. (SCI)

  32. Chen, G. H., Y. N. Takayabu, C. Yokoyama. 2014: Synoptic-scale dual structure of precipitable water along the eastern Pacific ITCZ. J. Climate27, 6288-6304. (SCI)

  33. Cao. X, T. Li, M. Peng, W. Chen, G. H. Chen. 2014: Effects of Monsoon Trough Intraseasonal Oscillation on Tropical Cyclogenesis over the Western North Pacific. J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 4639–4660. (SCI)

  34. Cao, X., T. Li, M. Peng, W. Chen, and G. H. Chen. 2014: Effects of the monsoon trough interannual variation on tropical cyclogenesis over the western North Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett.41(12), 4332-4339, doi:10.1002/2014GL060307(SCI)

  35. Chen, G. H. 2013: A numerical study on the effect of an extratropical cyclone on the evolution of a midlatitude front. Adv. Atmos. Sci.30(5), 1433-1448. (SCI)

  36. Feng, T., G. H. Chen, R. H. Huang, and X. Y. Shen. 2014: Large-scale circulation patterns favorable to tropical cyclogenesis over the western North Pacific and associated barotropic energy conversions. Int. J. Climatol.34, 216-227. (SCI)

  37. Cao X, G. H. Chen, and W. Chen. 2013: Tropical cyclogenesis induced by ITCZ breakdown in association with synoptic wave train over the western North Pacific. Atmospheric Science Letters. doi: 10.1002/asl2.452. (SCI)

  38. Ying J., G. H. Chen, R. H. Huang and J. Cao. 2013: Comparison of Intensity Changes of Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones during Extratropical Transition. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 37(4), 773-785.

  39. Feng T., H. R. Huang, G. H. Chen, et al. 2013: Progress in recent climatological research on tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese), 37(2), 364–382.

  40. Chen, G. H. 2012: A comparison of the transition of equatorial waves between two types of ENSO events in a multilevel model. J. Atmos. Sci. 69, 2364–2378. (SCI)

  41. Chen, G. H., and C. Y. Tam. 2012: A new perspective on the excitation of low tropospheric MRG waves in association with energy dispersion. J. Atmos. Sci.69, 1397–1403. (SCI)

  42. Cao, X., P. Huang, G. H. 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., 29(4), 744-754. (SCI)

  43. Chen, G. H. 2011: How does shifting Pacific Ocean warming modulate on tropical cyclone frequency over the South China Sea? J. Climate. 24, 4695-4700. (SCI)

  44. Chen, G. H. 2011: A comparison of precipitation distribution of two landfalling tropical cyclones during the extratropical transition. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 28(6), 1390-1404. (SCI)

  45. Chen, G. H., and C. Sui. 2010: Characteristics and origin of quasi-biweekly oscillation over the western North Pacific during boreal summer, J. Geophys. Res.115, D14113, doi:10.1029/2009JD013389. (SCI)

  46. Chen G. H., and C. Y. Tam. 2010: The different impacts of two kinds of Pacific Ocean warming on tropical cyclone frequency over the western North Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L01803, doi:10.1029/2009GL041708(SCI)

  47. Chen, G. H., and R. H. Huang. 2009: Interannual variation of the mixed Rossby-gravity waves and their impact on tropical cyclogenesis in the western North Pacific. J. Climate22, 535-549. (SCI)

  48. Chen, G. H. 2009: Interdecadal variation of tropical cyclone activity in association with summer monsoon, sea surface temperature over the western North Pacific. Chinese Sciences Bulletin. 54, 1417-1421. (SCI)

  49. Chen G. H. 2009: Three types of tropical waves related to tropical cyclogenesis over the western North Pacific. Atmos. and Oceanic Sci. Lett., 2(6), 321-326.

  50. Chen, G. H., and R. H. Huang. 2009: The dynamical effects of low frequency oscillation on tropical cyclogenesis over the Western North Pacific and physical mechanisms. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese).33(2), 205-214.

  51. Wang, L., G. H. Chen, R. H. Huang. 2009: Quantitative analysis on large-scale circulation system modulating landfalling tropical cyclone activities in the diverse Chinese regions. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese)33(5), 916-922.

  52. Wang, L., G. H. Chen, R. H. Huang. 2009: Spatiotemporal distributive characteristics of tropical cyclone activities over the Northwest Pacific. Journal of Nanjing institute of meteorology (in Chinese). 32, 182-188.

  53. Wang, L., G. H. Chen, R. H. Huang. 2009: The modulation of quasi-biweekly oscillation on tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific. Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences (in Chinese). 33, 416-424.

  54. Chen, G. H., and R. H. Huang. 2008: Influence of monsoon over the warm pool on interannual variation of tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific. Adv. Atmos. Sci. 25, 319-328. (SCI)

  55. Chen, G. H., and R. H. Huang. 2008: Role of equatorial wave transitions in tropical cyclogenesis over the western north Pacific, Atmos. and Oceanic Sci. Lett. 1, 64−68.

  56. Huang, R. H. and G. H. Chen. 2007: Research on interannual variations of tracks of tropical cyclones over northwest Pacific and their physical mechanism. Acta Meteo. Sinica (in Chinese)65: 683-694.

  57. Chen, G. H. and R. H. Huang. 2007: The effect of warm pool thermal states on tropical cyclones in the western North Pacific. J. Tropical Meteorology13, 53-56.

  58. Chen, G. H. and R. H. Huang. 2006: Research on climatological problems of tropical cyclone and typhoon activity in Western North Pacific. Advances in Earth Science (in Chinese). 21, 610-616.

  59. Chen, G. H., and G. Q. Qiu. 2005: Progress in Researches on tropical cyclone intensity and structure. Meteo. Sci. and Tech (in Chinese). 33, 1-6.

  60. Chen, G. H., and G. Q. Qiu. 2005: A case Simulation study on offshore intensification mechanism of tropical cyclones in South China Sea. Acta Meteo. Sinica (in Chinese). 63: 359-364.

Students

已指导学生

王諝  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

王科  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

施东雷  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

现指导学生

饶晨泓  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

王紫清  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

赵宇慧  硕士研究生  070600-大气科学  

陈可鑫  博士研究生  070601-气象学  

方荻  博士研究生  070601-气象学