吴立广(Liguang Wu)


吴立广

特聘教授/博士生导师

liguangwu@fudan.edu.cn



研究兴趣

研究兴趣主要包括:热带气旋(台风)动力学、热带气旋活动气候变化和热带气旋活动短期气候预测。热带气旋动力学主要研究热带气旋生成过程中多尺度环流相互作用、移动路径的振荡和突然变化、强度和结构的变化机理。热带气旋活动气候变化主要研究年际、年代际振荡和全球气候变化对热带气旋活动的影响。热带气旋短期预测主要利用动力和统计相结合预测季节内和季节尺度台风活动。研究方法主要包括多平台观测资料诊断分析、全球模式和中尺度模式数值模拟。


教育背景

学士学位(1984年),天气动力学,南京大学气象系

硕士学位(1990年),热带气象,国家海洋局海洋环境预报中心

博士学位(1999年),大气科学,夏威夷大学气象系

  

研究经历

1984年 — 1994年,预报员,国家海洋局海洋环境预报中心

1994­2000年,研究助理、博士后,夏威夷大学

2000­2008年,助理研究员、副研究员,NASA/GSFC和马里兰大学

2008­2019年,教授,南京信息工程大学

2019­— 至今,教授,复旦大学

  

承担课题

20041月 — 200612月,NRA03-OES-02Simulation and Validation of Tropical Cyclogenesis with AQUA Multi-sensor Data Products,美国宇航局,$37.5万,主持

20071月 — 200812月,NNH05ZDA001N-NAMMAAnalysis and Simulation of the Influence of the Saharan Air Layer on Tropical Cyclogenesis Using Data from NAMMA-06 and A-Train Satellites,美国宇航局,$33.5万,主持

20081月 — 201012月,NNH06ZDA001N-EOSStudy of the Influence of the Saharan Air Layer on Tropical Cyclone Intensity Using Data from Aqua Multi-Sensors and other “A-Train” Satellites,美国宇航局,$44.53,主持

20091月 — 201212月,公益性行业(气象)科研专项,全球变暖背景下台风季节动力预测和变化趋势预估技术研究,中国科技部,¥430万,主持

20091月 — 201112月,自然科学基金面上项目,热带气旋生成过程中多尺度相互作用研究,基金委,¥44万,主持

20091月 — 201312月,国家重点基础研究发展规划973项目,台风登陆前后异常变化及成灾机理研究,中国科技部,¥400万,第三课题组长

20111月 — 201412月,江苏省特聘教授研究基金,台风动力学研究,江苏省人民政府,¥100万,主持

20131月 — 201612月,自然科学基金面上项目,全球变暖影响西北太平洋热带气旋生成研究,基金委,¥80万,主持

20141月 — 201612月,江苏省特聘教授研究基金,台风动力学研究,江苏省人民政府,¥100万,主持

20151月 — 201912月,国家重点基础研究发展规划973项目,台风精细结构机理研究,中国科技部,¥423万,第三课题组长

20151月 — 201912月,公益性行业(海洋)科研专项,发展全球大洋多模式集合预报系统,中国科技部,¥350万,第三课题组长

20161月 — 201912月,自然科学基金面上项目,利用大涡技术研究台风内核结构及其演变,基金委,¥68万,主持

20181月 — 202212月,自然科学基金重点项目,青藏高原热力强迫对西北太平洋热带气旋活动研究,基金委,¥305万,主持

  

教学经历

20162月 — 20167月,台风诊断分析,本科生,南京信息工程大学

  

学术兼职

2017年5月 —现在世界气象组织气候变化影响热带气旋活动专家组(WMO Expert Team on Climate Change Impacts on Tropical Cyclones),成员

20101月 —现在 ,中国气象学会台风委员会,委员

20172月 — 现在,Advances in Atmospheric Sciences (China), editor

2018年1月— 现在,Weather and Forecasting (USA), Associate editor

20171月—现在,中国气象学会“气象学报”,编委

  

获奖情况

2013年,江苏省教学成果奖(高等教育类),二等奖,江苏省教育厅

  

发表论文

1.Wu, L., Q. Liu, Y. Li, 2018: Prevalence of tornado-scale vortices in the tropical cyclone eyewall. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115 (33), 8307-8310.

2. Wang, C., L. Wu, H. Zhao, J. Cao, W. Tian, 2018: Is there a quiescent typhoon season over the western North Pacific following a strong El Niño event? International Journal of Climatology

3.Cao, J., B. Wang, Y. Young-Min, L. Ma, J. Li, B. Sun, Y. Bao, J. He, X. Zhou, L. Wu, 2018:  The NUIST Earth System Model (NESM) version 3: description and preliminary evaluation. Geoscientific Model Development, 11 (7), 2975-2993.

4.Wang, C., L. Wu, 2018:  Future Changes of the Monsoon Trough: Sensitivity to Sea Surface Temperature Gradient and Implications for Tropical Cyclone Activity. Earth's Future, 6 (6), 919-936.

5.Qiu, W., F. Ren, L. Wu, L. Chen, C. Ding, 2018: Characteristics of tropical cyclone extreme precipitation and its preliminary causes in Southeast China, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 1-14.

6.Zhao, H., L. Wu, G. B. Raga, 2018: Inter-decadal change of the lagged inter-annual relationship between local sea surface temperature and tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 1-14.

7.Wang, C. B. Wang, L. Wu, 2018: Abrupt breakdown of the predictability of early season typhoon frequency at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Climate Dynamics, 1-14.

8.Zhao, H., X. Jiang, L. Wu, P. J. Klotzbach, 2018: Multi-scale interactions of equatorial waves associated with tropical cyclogenesis over the western North Pacific. Climate Dynamics, 1-16.

9.Zhao, H., L. Wu, 2018: Modulation of convectively coupled equatorial Rossby wave on the western North Pacific tropical cyclones activity, Int. J. Climatol., DOI: 10.1002/joc.5220, 38, 932-948.

10.Liang, J., L. Wu, G. Gu, 2018: Rapid Weakening of Tropical Cyclones in Monsoon Gyres over the Tropical Western North Pacific,  J. Climate, 31, 1015-1028.

11.Liang, J., L. Wu, G. Gu, 2018: Numerical Study of the Influences of a Monsoon Gyre on Intensity Changes of Typhoon Chan-Hom (2015), Adv. Atmos. Sci., 35, 567-579.

12.Wang, C., and L. Wu, 2018: Projection of North Pacific Tropical Upper Tropospheric Trough in CMIP5 Models: Implications for Changes in Tropical Cyclone Formation Locations. J. Climate. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0292.1, 31,761-774.

13.   He, H., J. Yang, L. Wu, D. Gong, B. Wang, and M. Gao, 2017: Unusual growth in intense typhoon occurrences over the Philippine Sea in September after the mid-2000s, Climate Dynamics, in press.

14.   Wu, L., and X. Feng, M. Liang, 2017: Insensitivity of the Summer South Asian High Intensity to a Warming Tibetan Plateau in Modern Reanalysis Datasets, J. Climate, 30, 3009-3024.

15.   Wu, L., and X. Chen, 2016: Revisiting the steering principal of tropical cyclone motion in a numerical experiment, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16 (23), 14925-14936.

16.   Zhan, R., Y. Ding, L. Wu, and X. Lei, 2016: Role of ENSO in the interannual relationship between Tibetan Plateau winter snow cover and Northwest Pacific tropical cyclone genesis frequency, Science China Earth Sciences, 59 (10), 2009-2021.

17.   Chen, X., L. Wu, 2016: Topographic Influence on the Motion of Tropical Cyclones Landfalling on the Coast of China, Weather and Forecasting, 31 (5), 1615-1623.

18.   Liang, J., L. Wu, G. Gu, and Q. Liu, 2016: Rapid weakening of Typhoon Chan‐Hom (2015) in a monsoon gyre, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121 (16), 9508-9520.

19.   Zhao, H., X. Jiang, and L. Wu, 2016: Boreal summer synoptic-scale waves over the western North Pacific in multimodel simulations, J. Climate, 29, 4487-4508.

20.   Wang, C., and L. Wu, 2016: Interannual shift of the tropical upper-tropospheric trough and its influence on tropical cyclone formation over the western North Pacific, J. Climate, 29, 4203-4211.

21.Cao, J., and Coauthors, 2015: Major modes of short-term climate variability in the newly developed NUIST Earth System Model (NESM). Adv. Atmos. Sci.,32(5), 585600.

22.Wu, L., W. Tian, Q. Liu, J. Cao, and J. A. Knaff, 2015: Implications of the observed relationship between tropical cyclone size and intensity over the western North Pacific. J. Climate, 28, 9501-9506.

23.Wu, L., and J. Duan, 2015: Extended simulation of tropical cyclone formation in the western North Pacific monsoon trough. J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 44694485.

24.Zhao, H., X. Jiang, and L. Wu, 2015: Modulation of northwest Pacific tropical cyclone genesis by the intraseasonal variability. J. Meteor. Res. Japan, 93, 81-97.

25.Wu, L., C. Wang, and B. Wang, 2015: Westward shift of western North Pacific tropical cyclogenesis. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 2015GL063450.

26.Liang, J., and L. Wu, 2015: Sudden Track Changes Of Tropical Cyclones In Monsoon Gyres: Full-Physics, Idealized Numerical Experiments. J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 1307-1322.

27.Wang, C., and L. Wu, 2015: Influence of future tropical cyclone track changes on their basin-wide intensity over the western North Pacific: Downscaled CMIP5 projections. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 32, 613-623.

28.Zong, H., and L. Wu, 2015: Re-examination of tropical cyclone formation in monsoon troughs over the western North Pacific. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 32, 924-934.

29.Wu, L., and C. Wang, 2015: Has the western Pacific subtropical high extended westward since the late 1970s? J. Climate, 28, 5406-5413.

30.Ni, X., Q. Zhang, D. Ma, L. Wu, and F. Ren, 2015: Climatology and trends of tropical cyclone high wind in mainland China: 19592011, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120, 12,37812,393, doi:10.1002/2015JD024031.

31.Zong, H., and L. Wu, 2015: Synoptic-scale influences on tropical cyclone formation within the western North Pacific Monsoon Trough. Mon. Wea. Rev., 143, 3421-3433.

32.Zhao, H., X. Jiang, and L. Wu, 2015: Modulation of Northwest Pacific Tropical Cyclone Genesis by the Intraseasonal Variability, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 93, 1, DOI:10.2151/ jmsj.2015-006.

33.Zhao, H., L. Wu, and R. Wang, 2014: Decadal Variations of Intense Tropical Cyclones over the Western North Pacific during 19482010. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences31, 57-65.

34.Liang, J., L. Wu, and H. Zong, 2014: Idealized Numerical Simulations of Tropical Cyclone Formation associated with Monsoon Gyres. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences31, 305-315.

35.Zhao, H., and L. Wu, 2014:  Inter-decadal Shift of the Prevailing Tropical Cyclone Tracks over the Western North Pacific and its Mechanism Study. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, 125, 1-13.

36.Zhang J., L. Wu, F. Renand X. Cui, 2013: Changes in Tropical Cyclone Rainfall in China. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 90, 585-595, 2013.

37.Wu, L., Z. Ni, J. Duan and H. Zong, 2013:  Sudden Tropical cyclone track changes over western North Pacific: A Composite study. Monthly Weather Review,141, 25972610.

38.Wu, L., H. Zong, and J. Liang, 2013: Observational Analysis of Tropical Cyclone Formation Associated with Monsoon Gyres.  Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences,70, 10231034.

39.Wang, R. and L. Wu, 2013: Climate changes of Atlantic tropical cyclone formation derived from twentieth-century reanalysis, Journal of Climate,26, 8995~9005.

40.Wang, C., L. Wu, 2012: Tropical Cyclone Intensity Change in the Western North Pacific: Downscaling from IPCC AR4 Experiments. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 90, 223-233.

41.Wang, B., S. Xu, L. Wu, 2012: Intensified Arabian Sea tropical storms. Nature, 489 (7416): E1 DOI: 10.1038/nature11470.

42.Tao, L., L. Wu, Y. Wang, J. Yang, 2012: Influence of Tropical Indian Ocean Warming and ENSO on Tropical Cyclone Activity over the Western North Pacific. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 90, 127-144.

43.Wu, L., and H. Zhao, 2012: Dynamically-Derived Tropical Cyclone Intensity Changes over the Western North Pacific. J. Climate, 25, 89-98.

44.Song, J., J. Han, S. J. Li, Y. Wang, L. Wu, 2011: Re-examination of Trends Related to Tropical Cyclone Activity over the Western North Pacific Basin. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 28, 699-708.

45.Wu, L., J. Liang, and C.-C. Wu, 2011: Monsoonal Influence on Typhoon Morakot (2009). Part I: Observational Analysis. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 68, 2208-2221.

46.Liang, J., L. Wu, X. Ge, and C.-C. Wu, 2011: Monsoonal Influence on Typhoon Morakot (2009). Part II: Numerical Simulation. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 68,2222-2235.

47.Wu, L., H. Zong, and J. Liang, 2011: Observational Analysis of Sudden Tropical Cyclone Track Changes in the Vicinity of the East China Sea. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 68, 30123031.

48.Wang, R., L. Wu, and C. Wang, 2011: Typhoon track changes associated with global warming.J. Climate, 24, 3748-3752.

49.Zhao, H., L. Wu, and W. Zhou, 2011: Interannual Changes of Tropical Cyclone Intensity in the Western North Pacific. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 89, 243-254.

50.Chen, X., L. Wu, and J. Zhang, 2011:  Increasing duration of tropical cyclones over China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L02708, doi:10.1029/2010GL046137.

51.Pan, W., L. Wu, and C.-L. Shie, 2011: Influence of Saharan Air Layer on Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Formation during 1-12 September 2003. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 28, 16-32.

52.Song, J., J. Han,   S. J. Li, Y. Wang, L. Wu, 2011: Re-examination of Trends Related to Tropical Cyclone Activity over the Western North Pacific Basin. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 28, 699-708.

53.Wu, L., L. Tao, and Q. Ding, 2010: Influence of Sea Surface Temperature Warming on Atlantic Tropical Cyclones Formation. Journal ofClimate, 23, 5978-5989.

54.Zhao, H., L. Wu, and W. Zhou, 2010: Assessing the Influence of ENSO on Tropical Cyclone Prevailing Tracks in the Western North Pacific, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 27,  1-11.

55.Song, J., Y. Wang and L. Wu, 2010: Trend Discrepancies in Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones. J. Geophys. Res., 115, D12128, doi:10.1029/2009JD013058.

56.Wu, L., and L. Tao, 2010: A Mechanism for Long-Term Changes of Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Intensity, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-010-0768-4.

57.Zhao, H, L. Wu, and W. Zhou, 2009: Observational Relationship of Climatologic Beta Drift with Large-Scale Environmental Flows. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L18809, doi:10.1029/2009GL040126.

58.Wu, L., 2009: Comparison of Atmospheric Infrared Sounder Temperature and Relative Humidity Profiles with NAMMA Dropsonde Observations. J. Geophys. Res., 114, D19205, doi:10.1029/2009JD012083.

59.Shu, S., and L. Wu, 2009, Analysis of the influence of Saharan air layer on tropical cyclone intensity using AIRS/Aqua data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L09809, doi:10.1029/2009GL037634.

60.Zhang, Q., L. Wu, and Q. Liu 2009: Tropical Cyclone Damages in China: 1983-2006, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90, 489-495.

61.Wang, X., L. Wu, Ren Fumin, Wang Yongmei, and Li Weijing, 2008: Influence of Tropical Cyclones On China During 1965-2004, Advanced in Atmospheric Sciences, 25417-426.

62.Wu, L., B. Wang, and S. A. Braun, 2008: Implications of tropical cyclone power dissipation index (PDI). International Journal of Climatology, 28727-731.

63.Wu, L., B. Wang, 2008: What changed the proportion of intense hurricanes in the last 30 years? Journal of Climate,21, 1434-1441.

64.Wu, L., 2007: Impact of Saharan Air Layer on hurricane peak intensity. Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L09802, doi:10.1029/2007GL029564.

65.Braun, S. A., and L. Wu, 2007: A numerical study of Hurricane Erin (2001). Part II: Shear and the organization of eyewall vertical motion. Monthly Weather Review, 135, 1179-1194.

66.Wu, L. Qiang Zhang and Zhihong Jiang, 2006: Three Gorges Dam affects regional precipitation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L13806. doi:10.1029/2006GL026780.

67.Wu, L., S. A. Braun, J. J. Qu, and X. Hao, 2006: Simulating the formation of Hurricane Isabel (2003) with AIRS data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L04804, doi:10.1029/2005GL024665.

68.Wu, L.,S.A. Braun, J. Halverson, and G. Heymsfield, 2006: A numerical study of hurricane Erin (2001). Part I: Model verification and storm Evolution.  Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 63, 65-86 .

69.Wu, L., B. Wang, and S. Geng, 2005: Growing typhoon influence on East Asia.  Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 32, No. 18, L18703 10.1029/2005GL022937.

70.Wu, L.,Bin Wang, and S. A. Braun, 2005:Impacts of air-sea interaction on tropical cyclone track and intensity. Monthly Weather Review, 133, 3299-3314.

71.Wu, L., S. A. Braun, 2004: Effects of Environmentally Induced asymmetries on hurricane intensity: A numerical study. Journal of the Atmospheric Science, 61, 3065-3081.

72.Wu, L., Bin Wang, 2004: Assessing impacts of global warming on tropical cyclone tracks. Journal of Climate, 17, 1686-1698.

73.Wu, L., and B. Wang, 2001: Effects of convective heating on movement and vertical coupling of tropical cyclones: A numerical study, Journal of the Atmospheric Science, 58, 3639-3649.

74.Wu, L., and B. Wang, 2001: Movement and vertical coupling of adiabatic baroclinic tropical cyclones, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58, 1801-1814.

75.Wu, L., and B. Wang, 2000: A potential vorticity tendency diagnostic approach for tropical cyclone motion. Monthly Weather Review, 128, 1899-1911.


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