SHENG WU

Ph.D. Graduate Student, Visiting Scholar

Georgia Institute of Technology

Ford Environmental Science & Technology Building, Room 3178
311 Ferst Drive Atlanta, GA, 30332-0340, USA

Voice: 404-247-7583 | Email: swu385@eas.gatech.edu

EDUCATION

 

  • P.H.D., Climatology, 2015, Peking University, Beijing, China

  • B.Sc., Physical oceanography, 2011, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Ocean & Climate Dynamics

  • Low Frequency Ocean Variability

  • Ocean & Inverse Modeling

  • Coupled Ocean & Atmosphere Variability

  • Global warming & Climate Change

EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Climatology, 2015. Peking University, Beijing, China

  • B.Sc., Physical Oceanography, 2011. Xiamen University, Xiamen, China

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Ocean & Climate Dynamics

  • Low Frequency Ocean Variability

  • Ocean & Inverse Modeling

  • Coupled Ocean & Atmosphere Variability

  • Global warming & Climate Change

PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Wu, S. and Z. Y. Liu: Response of decadal variability in FOAM under three different 1.5°C warming scenarios. Advances in Climate Change Research, submitted.

  • Wu, S., E. Di Lorenzo and Z. Y. Liu: Mechanisms of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation in climate model ensembles. Geophysical Research Letters, submitted.

  • Wu, S. and Z. Y. Liu: Decadal variability in North Pacific and North Atlantic under global warming: The Weakening Response and its Mechanism. Journal of Climate, in press.

  • Wu, S.,  Z. Y. Liu, J. Cheng,  and C. Li:  Response of North Pacific and North Atlantic decadal variability to weak global warming. Advances in Climate Change Research, 2019.

 
 

LIM

Decompose the Pacific Decadal Oscillation in CESM large ensembles

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