孙德征(Dezheng Sun)


孙德征

特聘教授/博士生导师

dezhengsun@fudan.edu.cn



研究兴趣

气候动力学, 包括水汽和云在气候变迁中的反馈,大尺度海气相互作用, 和全球气候模拟及预测


教育背景

学士学位(1985年),气候学,南京大学

硕士学位(1987年),天气动力学,中国科学院大气物理研究所

博士学位(1992年),气象学,麻省理工学院

  

研究经历

1992年 — 1995年,博士后, 普林斯顿大学

1995­ 1997年,研究员,美国国家大气研究中心

1997­ 2016年,研究员,美国国家海洋大气局-卡罗拉多大学联合环境科学研究所

2016­ 2018年,研究员,卡罗拉多大学大气与海洋科学系

2019­— 至今,特聘教授,复旦大学大气与海洋科学系

  

承担课题

19985月 — 20014,NOAA, The Role of Water Vapor in the Large-scale Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction in the Tropical Pacific Region, USA$143,722,主持

20006月 — 20046月,NSFEl Niño and the Tropical Maximum SSTUSA$199,894,主持

20032月 — 20061月,NSFThe Influence of the Warm-pool SST over the Magnitude of El Niño Warming, USA$197,943,主持

200312月 — 20075月,NSFUnderstanding the Causes of the Excessive Cold-tongue in the NCAR CCSM, USA$131,056,主持

20064月 — 20093,NSF, The Role of Extratropical Cooling in Determining the Level of ENSO Activity, USA$365,029,主持

20096月 — 20135月,NSFThe Effects of ENSO on the Mean Climate State of the Tropical PacificUSA$410,736,主持

20109月 — 20138月,NOAADecadal Variability in the Tropical Pacific SST: A Consequence of Scale Interaction, USA$361,054,主持

20119月 — 20148月,NOAANonlinearity of Tropical Convection and the Asymmetry of the El Nino Southern Oscillation, USA$362,993,主持

20149月 — 20178月,NOAAExcessive Cold-tongue and Weak ENSO Asymmetry: Are These Two Tropical Biases Linked?, USA$376,061,主持

20156月 — 20185月,NSFRectification of El Nino-Southern Oscillation as a Mechanism for the Tropical Pacific Decadal Variability: A Diabatic and Time-Dependent View, USA$486,044,主持

  

教学经历

20028月 — 200212月,Our Changing Environment, 本科生,University of Colorado

20068月 — 200612月,Climate Dynamics Seminar,研究生,University of Colorado

20088月 — 200812月,Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary? 研究生,University of Colorado

20186月 — 20187月,厄尔尼诺, 研究生,复旦大学


发表论文

1Wallace J.M., X. Cheng, and D.-Z. Sun, 1991: Does low-frequency atmospheric variability exhibit regime-like behavior? Tellus43 AB, 16-26.

2, Sun, D.-Z. and R.S. Lindzen, 1993: Water vapor feedback and the ice age snowline record. Ann. Geophys.11, 204-215.

3Sun, D.-Z. and R.S. Lindzen, 1993 : Distribution of tropical tropospheric water vapor. J. Atmos. Sci.50, 1643-1660.

4Sun, D.Z. and R.S. Lindzen, 1994 : A PV view of the zonal mean distribution of temperature and wind in the extratropical troposphere. J. Atmos. Sci.51, 757-772.

5, Sun, D.-Z. and A.H. Oort, 1995 : Humidity-temperature relationships in the tropical troposphere. J. Climate8, 1974-1987.

6, Sun, D.-Z. and I.M. Held, 1996 : A comparison of modeled and observed relationships between interannual variations of water vapor and temperature. J. Climate9, 665-675.

7. Sun, D.-Z. and Z. Liu, 1996 : Dynamic ocean-atmosphere coupling: a thermostat for the tropics. Science272, 1148-1150.

8. Sun, D.-Z., 1997: El Niño: a coupled response to radiative heating? Geophys. Res. Lett.24, 2031-2034.

9, Sun, D.-Z. and K.E. Trenberth, 1998 : Coordinated heat removal from the equatorial Pacific during the 1986-87 El Niño. Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 2659-2662

10, Sun, D.-Z., 2000: Global climate change and ENSO: a theoretical framework. El Niño: Historical and Paleoclimatic Aspects of the Southern Oscillation, Multiscale variability and Global and Regional Impacts .443-463. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, edited by Diaz H. F. and V. Markgraf, 476 pp. 

11, Sun, D.-Z., 2000b: The heat sources and sinks of the 1986-87 El Niño, J. Climate13, 3533-3550.

12, Fasullo, J., and D.-Z. Sun , 2001: Radiative sensitivies to tropical water vapor under all-sky conditions. J. Climate14, 2798-2807

13, Sun, D.-Z., C. Covey, and R.S. Lindzen, 2001: Vertical correlations of water vapor in GCMs. Geophys. Res. Lett.28 , 259-262.

14, Sun, D.-Z., 2003:A Possible Effect of An Increase in the Warm-pool SST on the Magnitude of El Niño Warming. J. Climate16, 185-205

15, Sun, D.-Z., J. Fasullo, T. Zhang, and A. Roubicek, 2003:On the Radiative and Dynamical Feedbacks over the Equatorial Cold-tongue. J. Climate16. 2425-2432

16, Sun, D.-Z., T. Zhang, and S.-I. Shin, 2004 : The effect of subtropical cooling on the amplitude of ENSO: a numerical study. J. Climate 17, 3786-3798.

17, Sun, D.-Z., 2004: The Control of Meridional Differential Heating Over the Level of ENSO activity: A Heat-Pump Hypothesis. page 71--83. InEarth's Climate: The Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, AGU Geophysical Monograph, Vol. 147, 414 pages. Edited by C. Wang, S.-P. Xie, and J. Carton.

18, Zhang, T. and D.-Z. Sun 2006: Response of water vapor and clouds to El Nin˜ o warming in three National Center for Atmospheric Research atmospheric models. J. Geophys. Res.,111 , D17103, doi:10.1029/2005JD006700 

19,Sun, D.-Z., T. Zhang, C. Covey,S. Klein, W.D. Collins, J.J. Hack, J.T. Kiehl, G.A. Meehl, I.M. Held, and M. Suarez, 2006 : Radiative and Dynamical Feedbacks Over the Equatorial Cold-tongue: Results from Nine Atmospheric GCMs. J. Climate , 19 , 4059-4074.

20, Sun, D.-Z. and T. Zhang 2006: A Regulatory Effect of ENSO on the Time-Mean Thermal Stratification of the Equatorial Upper Ocean. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L07710, doi:10.1029/2005GL025296.

21, Sun, D.-Z., 2007: The Role of ENSO in Regulating its Background State. In Nonlinear Dynamics in Geosciences, pages 537-555, Springer New York, 604 pages, Edited by J. Elsner and A. Tsonis.

22, Zhang, T., and D.-Z. Sun, 2008: What Causes the Excessive Response of the Clear-Sky Greenhouse Effect to El Nino Warming in the NCAR Community Atmosphere Models? J. Geophys. Research, 113, D02108, doi:10.1029/2007JD009247. 

23, Sun, D.-Z., Y. Yu, and T. Zhang, 2009: Tropical Water Vapor and Cloud Feedbacks in Climate Models: A Further Assessment Using Coupled Simulations. J. Climate22, 1287-1304.

24, Yu, Y., and D.-Z. Sun, 2009: Response of ENSO and the Mean State of the Tropical Pacific to Extratropical Cooling/Warming: A Study Using the IAP Coupled Model. J. Climate, 22 , 5902-5917

25, Zhang,T., ,D.-Z. Sun, R. Neal, and P. Rasch, 2009: An Evaluation of ENSO Asymmetry in the Community Climate System Models: A View from the Subsurface. J. Climate, 22, 5933-5961.

26, Sura, P. and D.-Z. Sun, 2009: Ocean-Atmosphere Coupling-Preface. Special Issue on Ocean-Atmosphere Coupling, Atmospheric Research, 94 , 1-2(doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2009.07.003)

27, Penland C., D.-Z.Sun, and A. Capontondi, 2010: An Introduction to El Nino and La Nina. page 53--64. Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary?. AGU Geophysical Monograph, Edited by D.-Z. Sun and F. Bryan, AGU.

28, Wu, C., T. Zhou, R. Yu, and D.-Z.Sun, 2010: Regime behavior in the SST-cloud forcing relationships over the Pacific cold-tongue region. Atmos. Oceanic Sci. Lett.3, 271-276.

29, Sun, D.-Z., 2010: The Diabatic and Nonlinear Aspects of El Nino Southern Oscillation: Implications for its Past and Future Behavior. page 79-104. Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary?. AGU Geophysical Monograph, Edited by D.-Z. Sun and F. Bryan, AGU.

30, Sun, D.-Z. and F.O. Bryan, 2010: Introduction. page 1-2, Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary?. AGU Geophysical Monograph, Edited by D.-Z. Sun and F. Bryan, AGU.

31, Sun, D.-Z., and F.O. Bryan, 2010: Preface. Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary?. AGU Geophysical Monograph, Edited by D.-Z. Sun and F. Bryan

32, Zhang, T., M.P. Hoerling, J. Perlwitz, D.-Z. Sun, and D. Murray, 2010 Physics of U.S. surface temperature response to ENSO. J. Climate, 24, 4874-4887.

33, Wu, C., T.Zhou, D.-Z.Sun, Q.Bao, 2011,Water vapor and cloud radiative forcings over the Pacific Ocean simulated by the LASG/IAP AGCM: Sensitivity to convection schemes Advances in Atmospheric Sciences28, 809-98.

34, Eric Guilyardi, Wenju Cai, Mat Collins, Alexey Fedorov, Fei-Fei Jin, Arun Kumar, De-Zheng Sun, Andrew Wittenberg, 2011: New strategies for evaluating ENSO processes in climate models. BAMS, 236, 235-238.

35, Liang, J., X.-Q. Yang, and D.-Z. Sun, 2012: The effect of ENSO events on the Tropical Pacific Mean Climate: Insights from an Analytical Model. J. Climate25 , 7590-7606.

36, Sheffield, J., S.J. Camargo, R. Fu, Q. Hu, X. Jiang, N. Johnson, K.B. Karnauskas, J. Kinter, S. Kumar, B. Langenbrunner, E. Maloney, A.a Mariotti, J. E. Meyerson, D. Neelin, Z. Pan, A. Ruiz-Barradas, R Seager; Y. L Serra, D.-Z. Sun, C. Wang, S.-P. Xie, J.Y. Yu, T. Zhang, M. Zhao, 2013: North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments. Part II: Evaluation of 20th Century Intra-Seasonal to Decadal Variability. J. Climate, 26 (23), 9247-9290.

37, Sun, Y., D.-Z. Sun, F. Wang, and L. Wu, 2013: The Western Pacific Warmpool and ENSO Asymmetry in CMIP3 Models. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 30, 940-953doi: 10.1007/s00376-012-2161-1.

38, Ogata, T., S.-P. Xie, A. Wittenberg, and D.-Z. Sun, 2013: Interdecadal amplitude modulation of El Nino/Southern Oscillation and its impacts on tropical Pacific decadal variability. J. Climate, 26, 7280-7297.

39, Chen, L., Y. Yu, and D.-Z. Sun, 2013: Cloud and Water Vapor Feedbacks To El Nino Warming: Are They Still Biased in CMIP5 Models? J. Climate26, 4947-4961.

40, Shuai, J., Z. Zhang, D.-Z. Sun, F. Tao, and P. Shi, 2013: ENSO, climate variability and crop yields in China. Clim. Res., 58, 133-148.

41, Sun, D.-Z., T. Zhang, Y. Sun, and Y. Yu, 2014: Rectification of El Nino-Southern Oscillation into Climate Anomalies of Decadal and Longer Time-scales: Results from Forced Ocean GCM Experiments. J. Climate, 27 , 2545-2561.

42, Zhang, T. and D.-Z. Sun, 2014: ENSO Asymmetry in CMIP5 models. J. Climate, 27, 4070-4093.

43, Hua, L., Y. Yu, and D.-Z. Sun, 2015: A Further Study of ENSO Rectification: Results From an OGCM With a Seasonal Cycle. J. Climate28, 1362-1382.

44, Sun, Y., F. Wang, and D.-Z. Sun, 2016: Weak ENSO asymmetry due to weak nonlinear air-sea interaction in CMIP5 climate models. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 33(3), 352-364.

45, Liang, J., X.-Q. Yang, and D.-Z. Sun, 2017: Factors Determining the Asymmetry of ENSO. J. Climate30, 6097-6106. DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0923.1

46, Yang, M., G. J. Zhang, and D.-Z. Sun, 2018: Precipitation and Moisture in Four Leading CMIP5 Models: Biases across Large-scale Circulation Regimes and Their Attribution to Dynamic and Thermodynamic Factors. J. Climate31, 5089--5016.

47, Chen, L., L. Wang, T. Li, D.-Z. Sun, 2018: Contrasting cloud radiative feedbacks during warm pool and cold tongue El Nino, Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, 14, 126-131.

48, Chen, L., D.-Z. Sun, L. Wang, T. Li (2018): A further study on the simulation of cloud radiative feedbacks in the ENSO cycle in the tropical Pacific with a focus on the asymmetry, Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, doi:10.1007/s13143-018-0064-5

49, Hua, L., D.-Z. Sun, and Y. Yu, 2018: Why Do We Have El Niño: Quantifying A Diabatic and Nonlinear Perspective Using Observations. Climate Dynamics, DOI : 10.1007/s00382-018-4541-4.

50, Zhang, L., D.-Z. Sun,, and K.B. Karnuskas, 2019: The role of the Indian Ocean in determining the tropical pacific SSTresponse to radiative forcing in an idealized model. Dynamics of the Atmosphere and Oceans, 86, 1-9.


出版书籍

Sun, D.-Z. and F. Bryan (eds), 2010: Climate Dynamics: Why Does Climate Vary?. AGU Monograph, 216 pages, AGU.


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