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495. W. Sun, D. Chen, G. Lü, L. Ning, C. Gao, R. Zhang, B. Wang, Liu J. 2023. Impacts of major volcanic eruptions over the past two millennia on both global and Chinese climates: A review. Science China Earth Sciences, 66, Full paper

494. Wang, Chao, Y. Wang, B. Wang, L. Wu, H. Zhao, and J. Cao, 2023: Opposite Skills of ENGPI and DGPI in Depicting Decadal Variability of Tropical Cyclone Genesis over the Western North Pacific. J. Climate, 36, 8713-,8721, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-23-0201.1. Full paper

493. Cao, Jian, X. Lian, M. Cao, B. Wang, H. Wang, X. Zhu, H. Zhao, 2023: Wetting of Southern Hemisphere land monsoon during 1901-2014. J. Climate, 8497-8512, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-23-0066.1. Full paper

492. Wang, Bin and Q. He, 2023: Global Monsoon Summary, [in “State of the Climate in 2022”, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 104 (8). S54-S58, Full paper

491. Jiang, Yeyan, J. Li, B. Wang, Y.-M. Yang, and Z Zhu, 2023: Weakening of Decadal Variation of Northern Hemisphere Land Monsoon Rainfall under Global Warming. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, in press. Full paper, part a.  Full paper, part b.

490. Wang, Bin, W. Sun, C. Jin, X. Luo, Y.-M. Yang, T. Li, B. Xiang, M. J. McPhaden, M. A. Cane, F. Jin, F. Liu & J. Liu, 2023: Understanding the recent increase in multiyear La Niñas. Nature Climate Change, Full paper

489. Dai, Lun, T. F. Cheng, B. Wang, and M. Lu, 2023: The Subseasonal Features of Indian Monsoon. J. Climate, 36, 7199-7211. DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-23-0099.1. Full paper

488. Zhu, Yanxin, Y. Sang, B. Wang, A. Lutz, S. Hu, D. Chen, and V. P. Singh, 2023: Heterogeneity in Spatiotemporal Variability of High Mountain Asia's Runoff and Its Underlying Mechanisms. Water Resources Research, 59, e2022WR032721. Full paper

487. Shankai, Tang, S. Qiao, B. Wang, F. Liu, Y. Jie, M. He, D. Chen, J. Cheng, G. Feng and W. Dong, 2023: Linkages of unprecedented 2022 Yangtze River Valley heatwaves to Pakistan flood and triple-dip La Niña. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, 6, 44, doi:10.1038/s41612-023-00386-3. Full paper

486. He, Jiazhi, W. Sun, J. Wang, B. Wang, and J. Liu, 2023: North African Monsoon in the Last Interglacial Warming Epoch could be substantially more vigorous than the Future Warming Scenario. Atmosphere-Ocean Sciences Letter, Full paper

485. Wang, Bin and T. Wang, 2023: How the 1999 Climate Shift Has Changed MJO Propagation Diversity. J. Climate, 36, 3523-3535, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-22-0749.1. Full paper

484. Wang, Bin, C. Jin, and J. Liu, 2023: Global monsoon: Concept and dynamic response to anthropogenic warming. MAUSAM, 74, 2, DOI : Full paper

483. Wang, Chao, M. Fu, B. Wang, L. Wu,& J.-J. Luo, 2023: Pacific Decadal Oscillation modulates the relationship between Pacific Meridional Mode and tropical cyclone genesis in the western North Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett., 50, e2022GL101710. Full paper

482. Zhu, Tao, J. Yang, B. Wang, and Q. Bao, 2023: Boreal Summer Extratropical Intraseasonal Waves over the Eurasian Continent and Real-Time Monitoring Metrics. J. Climate, 36, 3971-3991. DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-22-0788.1. Full paper


481. Shen, T., W. Sun, J. Liu, B. Wang, D. Chen, L. Ning, & K. Chen, 2022. Secular changes of the decadal relationship between the Northern Hemisphere land monsoon rainfall and sea surface temperature over the past millennium in climate model simulations. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 127, e2022JD037065. Full paper

480. Jin, Chunhan, B. Wang, and J. Liu, 2022: Why Pacific Quasi-Decadal Oscillation has emerged since the mid-20th century. Environ. Res. Lett., 17(2022) 124039. Full paper

479. Liu, Fei, C. Xing, L. Chen, C. Gao, T. Lian, S. Zhou, H. Wang, Bin Wang, and Wenjie Dong, 2022: Relative roles of land and ocean cooling in triggering an El Niño following tropical volcanic eruptions. Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, e2022GL100609. Full paper

478. Zhou, Xiao, B. Wang, and F. Huang, 2022: Evaluation of sea ice thickness simulation is critical for the projection of a summer ice-free Arctic Ocean. Environ. Res. Lett., Full paper

477. Wang, Bin, M.-Y. Lee, Z. Xie, M. Lu, and M. Pan, 2022: A new Asian/North American teleconnection linking clustered extreme precipitation from Indian to Canada. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science,5:90 ; Full paper

476. Cao, J., H. Wang, B. Wang, H. Zhao, C. Wang, & X. Zhu, 2022: Higher sensitivity of Northern Hemisphere monsoon to anthropogenic aerosol than greenhouse gases. Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, e2022GL100270. https://doi. org/10.1029/2022GL100270. Full paper

475. Wang, Bin and Q. He, 2022: Global monsoon summary [in “State of the Climate in 2021”]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 103 (8), S199–S203, https://doi. org/10.1175/BAMS-D-22-0069.1. Full paper

474. Dai, Zhangqi; B. Wang; L. Zhu; J. Liu; W. Sun; L. Li; G. Lü; L. Ning; M. Yan; K. Chen, 2022: Atlantic multidecadal variability response to external forcing during the Past two millenniums. J. Climate, 35,4503-4515. Full paper

473. Cao, Jian, H. Wang, H. Zhao, B. Wang, L. Wu, C. Wang, 2022: Reversed and comparable climate impacts from historical anthropogenic aerosol and GHG on global-scale tropical cyclone genesis potential. Environ. Res. Lett., 17 094027. Full paper

472. Dai, Yifei, B. Wang, N. Wei, J. Song, and Y. Duan, 2022 How North Pacific Gyre Oscillation affects the peak season tropical cyclone genesis over the western North Pacific from 1965 to 2020. Environ. Res. Lett., 17 (2022), 104016. Full paper

471. Xiang, B., B. Wang, W. Zhang, L. Harris, T. L. Delworth, G. Zhang, and W. F. Cooke, 2022: Subseasonal Controls of U.S. Landfalling Tropical Cyclones. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, 5:66; Full paper

470. Yang, M.-Y., J.-H. Park, S.-I An, S.-W. Yeh, Z. Zhu, F. Liu, J. Li, J.-Y. Lee, & B. Wang, 2022: Increased Indian Ocean-North Atlantic Ocean warming chain under greenhouse warming. Nat. Commun., Full paper

469. Sun, W., J. Liu, B. Wang, D. Chen, L. Wan, & J. Wang,2022: Holocene multi-centennial variations of the Asian summer monsoon triggered by solar activity. Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, e2022GL098625. Full paper

468 Liu, F., C. Gao, J., Chai, A. Robock, B. Wang, J. Li, X. Zhang, G. Huang &W. Dong, 2022: Tropical Volcanism Enhanced the East Asian Summer Monsoon during the Last Millennium. Nat. Commun., DOI10.1038/s41467-022-31108-7. Full paper

467. Sun W., B. Wang, J. Liu, and Y. Dai, 2022: Recent changes of Pacific decadal variability shaped by greenhouse forcing and internal variability. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 127, e2021JD035812. Full paper

466. Liu, F., B. Wang*, Y. Ouyang, H. Wang, S. Qiao, G. Chen, and W. Dong, 2022: Intraseasonal variability of global land monsoon precipitation and its recent trend. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 5:30; Full paper

465. Murakami, H., and B. Wang, 2022: Patterns and frequency of projected future tropical cyclone genesis are governed by dynamic effects. Communications Earth and Environmental Sciences, DOI: 10.1038/s43247-022-00410-z. Full paper

464. Wang, Chao, B. Wang, L. Wu, and J.J. Luo, 2022: A see-saw variability in tropical cyclone genesis between the western North Pacific and the North Atlantic shaped by Atlantic multidecadal variability. J. Climate, 35, 1-37. Full paper

463. Ren Qiaoling, F. Liu, B. Wang, S. Yang, H. Wang, and W. Dong, 2022: Origins of the intraseasonal variability of East Asian summer precipitation. Geophys. Re. Lett., doi: 10.1029/2021GL096574. Full paper

462. Sun, Weiyi, J. Liu, B. Wang, D. Chen, C. Gao, 2022: Pacific multidecadal (50-70 year) variability instigated by volcanic forcing during the Little Ice Age (1250-1850). Climate Dyn., Full paper

461. Chang, M-Y, B. Liu, B. Wang, C. Martinez-Villalobos, G. Ren, T. Zhou, 2022: Understanding future increases in precipitation extremes in global land monsoon regions. J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-21-0409.1. Full paper

460. Xiang, B., L. Harris, T. L. Delworth, B. Wang, G. Chen et al. 2021: S2S Prediction in GFDL SPEAR: MJO Diversity and Teleconnections. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Sci., doi: 10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0124.1. Full paper, part a.  Full paper, part b.

459. T. Li, Y. Wang, B. Wang et al., Distinctive South and East Asian monsoon circulation responses to global warming. Science Bulletin, Full paper


458. Cao, J., H. Zhao, B. Wang, L. Wu, 2021: Hemisphere-asymmetric tropical cyclones response to anthropogenic aerosol forcing. Nat Commun, 12:6787, | 11234567890. Full paper

457. He, Peng, J. Liu, B. Wang, and W-Y. Sun: 2021: Understanding global monsoon precipitation changes during the 8.2 ka event and the current warm period. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Full paper

456. Basconcillo, J., I-J Moon, B. Wang, M. Mistry, 2021: Possible influence of warm pool ITCZ to compound climate extremes during boreal summer. Environ. Res. Lett. 16 (2021) 114039. Full paper

455. Wang, B. and Q, He, 2021: Global monsoon summary [in “State of the Climate in 2020"]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Sci., 102 (8), 19-21, Full paper

454. Wang, H., F. Liu, B. Wang, G. Chen, and W. Dong, 2021: Diversity of intraseasonal oscillation over the western North Pacific. Climate Dyn., Full paper

453. Wang, B., X. Zhou, Q. Ding, and J. P. Liu, 2021: Increasing confidence in projecting the Arctic ice-free year with emergent constraints. Environ. Res. Lett. 16, 094016, Full paper

452. Wang, C. and B. Wang, 2021: Impacts of the South Asian high on tropical cyclone genesis in the South China Sea. Climate Dyn., 56:2279–2288, Full paper

451. Yang, Y. M., J.A. Cho, J.Y. Moon, K.Y. Kim, and B. Wang, 2021: Improved boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation simulations over the Indian Ocean by modifying moist parameterizations in climate models. Clim. Dyn., Full paper

450. Xie, Z.L. and B. Wang, 2021: Summer heat sources changes over the Tibetan Plateau in CMIP6 models. Environ. Res. Lett. 16 (2021) 064060 Full paper, part a.  Full paper, part b.

449. Qiao, S., Chen, D., Wang, B., Cheung, H.-N., Liu, F., Cheng, J., et al. 2021: The longest 2020 Meiyu season over the past 60 years: Subseasonal perspective and its predictions. Geophys. Res. Lett. 48, e2021GL093596. Full paper

448. Chen, G., and Wang, B. 2021: Diversity of the boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2020JD034137. Full paper

447. Dai, Y.F. and B. Wang, 2021: What drives the decadal variability of global tropical storm days from 1965 to 2019? Adv Atmos. Sci., Full paper

446. Chai, J., F. Liu, C. Xing, B. Wang, C. Gao, J. Liu, and D. Chen, 2020: A robust equatorial Pacific westerly response to tropical volcanism in multiple models. Climate Dyn.,, 55(11-12), 3413-3429. Full paper

445. Jin, C., B. Wang, and J. Liu, 2021: Emerging Pacific Quasi‐Decadal Oscillation Over the Past 70 Years. Geophys. Res. Lett., 48(2). Full paper

444. Cao, J., L. Ma, F. Liu, J. Chai, H. Zhao, Q. He, B. Wang, Y. Bao, J. Li, Y.-m. Yang, H. Deng, and B. Wang, 2021: NUIST ESM v3 Data Submission to CMIP6. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 38(2), 268-284. Full paper

443. Yan, H., Z. Zhu, B. Wang, K. Zhang, J. Luo, Y. Qian, and Y. Jiang, 2021: Tropical African wildfire aerosols trigger teleconnections over mid-to-high latitudes of Northern Hemisphere in January. Environ. Res. Lett., 16(1). Full paper

442. Huang, S., B. Wang, Z. Wen, and Z. Chen, 2021: Enhanced Tropical Eastern Indian Ocean Rainfall Breaks down the Tropical Easterly Jet-Indian Rainfall Relationship. J. Climate, 1-44. Full paper

441. Yang, Y.M., J.H. Park, S.I. An, B. Wang, and X. Luo, 2021: Mean sea surface temperature changes influence ENSO-related precipitation changes in the mid-latitudes. Nat Commun, 12(1), 1495. Full paper

440. Yue, S., B. Wang, K. Yang, Z. Xie, H. Lu, and J. He, 2020: Mechanisms of the decadal variability of monsoon rainfall in the southern Tibetan Plateau. Environ. Res. Lett., 16(1). Full paper

439. Sun, W., B. Wang, Q. Zhang, D. Chen, G. Lu, and J. Liu, 2021: Middle East Climate Response to the Saharan Vegetation Collapse during the Mid-Holocene. J. Climate, 34(1), 229-242. Full paper


438. Wang, B. and H. Murakami, 2020: Dynamic genesis potential index for diagnosing present-day and future global tropical cyclone genesis. Environ. Res. Lett., 15(11). Full paper

437. Yang, Y.M., J.Y. Lee, and B. Wang, 2020: Dominant Process for Northward Propagation of Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation Over the Western North Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47(22), 11. Full paper

436. Son, J.H., K.H. Seo, and B. Wang, 2020: How Does the Tibetan Plateau Dynamically Affect Downstream Monsoon Precipitation? Geophys. Res. Lett., 47(23). Full paper

435. Luo, X., B. Wang, A.G. Frazier, and T.W. Giambelluca, 2020: Distinguishing Variability Regimes of Hawaiian Summer Rainfall: Quasi‐Biennial and Interdecadal Oscillations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47(23). Full paper

434. Cao, J., B. Wang, B. Wang, H.K. Zhao, C. Wang, and Y. Han, 2020: Sources of the Intermodel Spread in Projected Global Monsoon Hydrological Sensitivity. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47(18), 10. Full paper

433. Liu, B., B. Wang, J. Liu, D. Chen, L. Ning, M. Yan, W. Sun, and K. Chen, 2020: Global and Polar Region Temperature Change Induced by Single Mega Volcanic Eruption Based on Community Earth System Model Simulation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47(18). Full paper

432. Sun, W., B. Wang, D. Chen, C. Gao, G. Lu, and J. Liu, 2020: Global monsoon response to tropical and Arctic stratospheric aerosol injection. Clim. Dyn., 55(7-8), 2107-2121. Full paper

431. Huang, S., B. Wang, and Z. Wen, 2020: Dramatic Weakening of the Tropical Easterly Jet Projected by CMIP6 Models. J. Clim., 33(19), 8439-8455. Full paper

430. Dai, Y., L. Cao, and B. Wang, 2020: Marine biogeochemical cycling and oceanic CO2 uptake simulated by the NUIST Earth System Model version 3 (NESM v3). Geosci. Model Dev., 13(7), 3119-3144. Full paper

429. Wang, B., Luo, X., Sun, W., Yang, Y.‐M., & Liu, J. 2020: El Niño diversity across boreal spring predictability barrier. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47, e2020GL087354. Full paper

428. Liu, F., O. Yu, B. Wang, J. Yang, J. Ling, and P.-C. Hsu, 2020: Seasonal evolution of the intraseasonal variability of China summer precipitation. Climate Dyn., Full paper

427. Jin, C., B. Wang, J. Liu, 2020: Future changes and controlling factors of the eight regional monsoons projected by CMIP6 models. J. Climate. Full paper

426. Wang, B., C. Jin, and J. Liu, 2020: Understanding future change of global monsoon projected by CMIP6 models. J. Climate, 33, 6471-6489. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0993.1. Full paper

425. Wang, B., M. Biasutti, M. P. Byrne, C. Castro, C.-P. Chang, K. Cook, R. Fu, A. M. Grimm, K.-J.Ha, H. Hendon, A. Kitoh, R. Krishnan, J.-Y. Lee, J.P. Li, J. Liu, A.Moise, S. Pascale, M. K. Roxy, A. Seth, C.-H. Sui, A. Turner, S. Yang, K.-S. Yun, L. Zhang, and T. Zhou, 2020: Monsoons climate change assessment. Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., doi: Full paper

424. Jin, C., B. Wang, Y.-M. Yang, and J. Liu, 2020: “Warm Arctic‐Cold Siberia” as an Internal Mode Instigated by North Atlantic Warming. Geophys. Res. Lett., 47, e2019GL086248. Full paper

423. Zhang, C., A.F. Adames, B. Khouider, B. Wang, and D. Yang, 2020: Four theories of the madden-Julian Oscillation. Reviews of Geophysics, doi:10.1029/2019RG000685. Full paper

422. Liu,F., Xing,C., Li, J.B.,Wang, B., Chai,J., Gao,C., Huang, G., Liu, J., and Chen, D.-L., 2020: Could the Recent Taal Volcano Eruption Trigger an El Niño and Lead to Eurasian Warming? Advance in Atmos. Sci., 37, 663-670. Full paper

421. Ma, LB, Wang, B., Cao, J., 2020: Impacts of atmosphere–sea ice–ocean interaction on Southern Ocean deep convection in a climate system model. Climate Dyn., https :// 2-020-05218 -1. Full paper

420. Yang, M.-Y., B. Wang, J. Cao, L. Ma and J. Li, 2020: Improved historical simulation by enhancing moist physical parameterizations in the climate system model NESM3.0. Climate Dyn., Full paper

419. Chen, G. and B. Wang, 2020: Circulation Factors Determining the Propagation Speed of the Madden–Julian Oscillation. J. Climate, 33, 3367-3380. Full paper

418. Wang, B., X. Luo, and J. Liu, 2020: How Robust is the Asian Precipitation–ENSO Relationship during the Industrial Warming period (1901-2017)? J. Climate, 33, 2779-2792. Full paper

417. Xing, C., F. Liu, B. Wang, D. Chen. J. Liu and B. Liu, 2020: Boreal Winter Surface Air Temperature Responses to Large Tropical Volcanic Eruptions in CMIP5 models. J. Climate., 33, 2407-2426. Full paper

416. Choi, J.-W., and B. Wang, 2020: Relationship between Antarctic Oscillation and the genesis activity of the yearly latest tropical cyclone in the western North Pacific. Int. J. Climatology, 40(9), 4228-4241. Full paper

415. He, H., H. Wang et al. 2020: Facilitating International 1 Collaboration on Climate Change Research. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-D-19-0320.1. Full paper

414. Li, J., B. Wang, and Y.-M. Yang, 2020: Diagnostic Metrics for Evaluating Model Simulations of the East Asian Monsoon. J. Climate, 33, 1777-1801. Full paper

413. Yang, M.-Y, S.-I. An, J.-H. Park, and B. Wang, 2020: A global-scale multidecadal variability driven by Atlantic multidecadal Oscillation. National Science Review, doi: 10.1093/nsr/nwz216. Full paper

412. Ma, L., B. Wang, and X. Zhang, 2020: Impact of seawater equation of state on the simulation of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. Climate Dyn., 54, 1161-1178, Full paper


411. Wang, C., B. Wang, and J. Cao, 2019: Unprecedented Northern Hemisphere tropical cyclone genesis in 2018 shaped by subtropical warming in the North Pacific and the North Atlantic. Geophys. Res. Lett. 46, 13,327–13,337. https://10.1175/10.1029/2019GL085406. Full paper

410. Yang, M.-Y., J.-Y. Lee, and B. Wang, 2019: The Tibetan Plateau Uplift is Crucial for Eastward Propagation of Madden-Julian Oscillation. Scientific Report, 9, 15478, Full paper

409. Wang, C., B. Wang, and L. Wu, 2019: A region-dependent seasonal forecasting framework for tropical cyclone genesis frequency in the western North Pacific. J. Climate, 32(23), 8415–8435, Full paper

408. Wang, B., X. Luo, Yang, M.-Y., W. Sun, M. A. Cane, W. Cai, S.-W. Yeh, and J. Liu, 2019: Historical change of El Niño properties sheds light on future changes of extreme El Niño. PNAS, 116(45), 22512-22517, Full paper, part a.  Full paper, part b.

407. Shi, H., B. Wang, J. Liu, and F. Liu, 2019: Decadal–Multidecadal Variations of Asian Summer Rainfall from the Little Ice Age to the Present. J. Climate, 32, 7663-7674. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0743.1. Full paper

406. Jin, C., B. Wang, J. Liu, N. Liang, and M. Yan, 2019: Decadal variability of northern Asian winter monsoon shaped by the 11 year solar cycle. Climate Dyn., 53(11), 6559–6568, Full paper

405. Choi, J.-W., H.-D. Kim, B. Wang, 2019: Interdecadal variation of Changma (Korean summer monsoon rainy season) retreat date in Korea. Int J Climatol. joc.6272. Full paper

404. Sun, W.-Y., B. Wang, Q. Zhang, F. S. R. Pausata, D. Chen, G. Lu, M. Yan, L. Ning, and J. Liu, 2019: Northern Hemisphere land monsoon precipitation increased by the Green Sahara during mid-Holocene. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 9870–9879, Full paper

403. Cao, J., B. Wang, and L. Ma 2019: Attribution of Global Monsoon Response to the Last Glacial Maximum Forcings. J. Climate, 32, 6589-6605. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0871.1. Full paper

402. Yang, M.-Y., B. Wang, and J.-Y. Lee, 2019: Mechanisms of northward propagation of boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation revealed by climate model experiments. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46(6), 3417-3425, doi: 10.1029/2018GL081612. Full paper

401. Lei, Y., Y. Zhu, B. Wang, T. Yao, K. Yang, X. Zhang, J. Zai, and N. Ma, 2019: Extreme Lake Level Changes on the Tibetan Plateau Associated With the 2015/2016 El Niño. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46(11), 5889-5898, doi: 10.1029/2019GL081946. Full paper

400. Wang, B., G. Chen, and F. Liu, 2019: Diversity of the Madden-Julian Oscillation. Science Advance, 5: eaax0220. Full paper

399. Son, J.-H., K.-H. Seo, and B. Wang, 2019: Dynamical Control of the Tibetan Plateau on the East Asian Summer Monsoon. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 7672–7679. doi:10.1029/2019GL083104. Full paper

398. Ma, L., K. Peters, B. Wang, and J. Li, 2019: Revisiting the impact of Stochastic Multicloud Model on the MJO using low-resolution ECHAM6.3 atmosphere model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 97(5), 977-993, doi: 10.2151/jmsj.2019-053. Full paper

397. Sun, W., B. Wang, J. Liu, D. Chen, C. Gao, N. Liang, and L. Chen, 2019: How Northern High-Latitude Volcanic Eruptions in Different Seasons Affect ENSO. J. Climate, 32, 3245-3262. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0290.1. Full paper

396. Cao, J., B. Wang, and J. Liu, 2019: Attribution of the Last Glacial Maximum climate formation. Climate Dyn., 53, 1661-1679. doi 10.1007/s00382-019-04711-6. Full paper

395. Zhou, X., F. Liu, B. Wang, B. Xiang, and Hui Wang, 2019: Different responses of East Asian summer rainfall to El Niño decays. Climate Dyn., 53(3–4), 1497–1515, doi:10.1007/s00382-019-04684-6. Full paper

394. Wang, C., and B. Wang, 2019: Tropical cyclone predictability shaped by western Pacific subtropical high: integration of trans-basin sea surface temperature effects. Climate Dyn., 53(5–6), 2697–2714, Full paper

393. Ning, L., J. Liu, B. Wang, K. Chen, M. Yan, C. Jin, and Q. Wang, 2019: Variability and mechanisms of Megadroughts over eastern China during the last millennium: A model study. Atmosphere, 10, 7. Full paper

392. Xie, Z.-L., B. Wang, 2019: Summer atmospheric heat sources over the western-central Tibetan Plateau: An integrated analysis of multiple reanalysis and satellite datasets. J. Climate, 32, 1181-1202. Full paper

391. Wang, C., B. Wang, and L. Wu, 2019: Abrupt breakdown of the predictability of early season typhoon frequency at the beginning of the 21st century. Climate Dyn., 52(7–8), 3809–3822, Full paper

390. Jin, C.-H., J. Liu, B. Wang, L. Ning, and M. Yan, 2019: Decadal variations of East Asian Summer Monsoon forced by 11-year insolation cycle. Climate Dyn., 32, 2735-2745. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0288.1. Full paper

389. Zhang, P., B. Wang, and Z. Wu, 2019: Weak El Niño and Winter Climate in the Mid- to High Latitudes of Eurasia. J. Climate, 32, 405-421, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0583.1. Full paper

388. He, S., J. Yang, Q. Bao, L. Wang, and B. Wang, 2019: Fidelity of the Observational/Reanalysis Datasets and Global Climate Models in Representation of Extreme Precipitation in East China. J. Climate, 32, 195-212, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0104.1. Full paper


387. Jin, C., J. Liu, B. Wang, Z. Wang, and M. Yan, 2018: A centennial episode of weak East Asian summer monsoon in the midst of the medieval warming. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 33(9), 1035-1048. 10.1029/2017PA003264. Full paper

386. Liu, F., C. Xing, L. Sun, B. Wang, D. Chen, and J. Liu, 2018: How do tropical, Northern Hemispheric, and Southern Hemispheric volcanic eruptions affect ENSO under different initial ocean conditions? Geophys. Res. Lett., 45, 13,041–13,049. https://doi. org/10.1029/2018GL080315. Full paper

385. Yan, M., B. Wang, J. Liu, A. Zhu, L. Ning, and J. Cao, 2018: Understanding the Australian Monsoon change during the Last Glacial Maximum with a multi-model ensemble. Clim. Past, 14, 2037-2052. Full paper

384. Yang, M.-Y, B. wang, and J. Li, 2018: Improving Seasonal Prediction of East Asian Summer Rainfall Using NESM3.0: Preliminary Results. Atmosphere, 9, 487, doi:10.3390/atmos9120487. Full paper

383. Li, J., Y.-M. Yang, and B. Wang, 2018: Evaluation of NESMv3 and CMIP5 Models’ Performance on Simulation of Asian-Australian Monsoon. Atmosphere 9, 327, doi:10.3390/atmos9090327. Full paper

382. Cao, J., B. Wang et al. 2018: The NUIST Earth System Model (NESM) version 3: Description and preliminary evaluation. Geoscientific Model Development, 11, 2975-2993. Full paper

381. Moon, J.-Y. and B. Wang, S.S. Lee, and K.-J. Ha, 2018: An intraseasonal genesis potential index for tropical cyclones during Northern Hemisphere summer. J. Climate., 31, 9055-9071. Full paper

380. Yang, J., T. Zhu, M. Gao, H. Lin, B. Wang, and Q. Bao, 2018: Late-July barrier for subseasonal forecast of summer daily maximum temperature over Yangtze River basin. Geophys. Res. Let., 45, 12,610-12,615. Full paper

379. Chen, G.-S. and B. Wang, 2018: Dynamic moisture mode versus moisture mode in MJO dynamics: importance of the wave feedback and boundary layer convergence feedback. Climate Dyn., 52(9–10), 5127–5143, Full paper

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148. Yang, B., Y. Wang, and B. Wang, 2007: The effect of internally generated Inner-Core asymmetries on tropical cyclone potential intensity. J. Atm. Sci., 64, 1165-1188. Full paper.

147. Wang, Zhuo, C.-P. Chang, and B. Wang, 2007: Impacts of El Niño and La Niña on the US Climate during Northern Summer. J. Climate, 20, 2165-2177. Full paper.

146. Wang, B., J.-G. Jhun, and B.-K. Moon, 2007: Variability and singularity of Seoul, South Korea, rainy season (1778-2004). J. Climate, 20, 2572-2580. Full paper.

145 Ventham, J. D., and B. Wang, 2007: Large Scale flow patterns and their influence on the intensification rates of Western North Pacific tropical storms. Mon. Wea. Rev., 135, 1110-1127. Full paper.


144. Fu, X., B. Wang, L. Tao, 2006: Satellite data reveal the 3-D moisture structure of Tropical Intraseasonal Oscillation and its coupling with underlying ocean. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L03705. Full paper.

143. Wang, B., P. Webster, K. kikuchi, T. Yasunari, and Y. Qi, 2006: Boreal summer quasi-monthly oscillation in the global tropics. Climate Dyn., 27, 661-675. Full paper.

142. Wang, B., Q. Ding, and J. Jhun, 2006: Trends in Seoul (1778-2004) summer precipitation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L15803, doi: 10.1029/2006GL026418. Full paper.

141. Zhang, C., B. Wang, G. Chen, 2006: Annual sea level amphidromes in the South China Sea revealed by merged altimeter data. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L14606, doi: 10.1029/2006GL026493. Full paper

140. Wang, B., and Q. Ding, 2006: Changes in global monsoon precipitation over the past 56 years. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L06711, doi: 10.1029/2005GL025347. Full paper.

139. T. Li, P. Liu, X. Fu, and B. Wang, 2006: Spatiotemporal structures and mechanisms of the tropospheric biennial oscillation in the Indo-Pacific warm ocean regions. J. Climate, 19, 3070-3087. Full paper.

138. Xin, X., R. Yu, T. Zhou, and B. Wang, 2006: Drought in late spring of south China in recent decades. J. Climate, 19 (13), 3197-3206. Full paper.

137.Tian, B., Duane E. Waliser, E. J. Fetzer, B. H. Lambrigtsen, Y. L. Yung, and B. Wang, 2006: Vertical Moist Thermodynamic Structure and Spatial-Temporal Evolution of the MJO in AIRS Observations. J. Atmos. Sci, 2462-2485. Full paper.

136. Li, T., X. Ge, B. Wang, and Y. Zhu, 2006: Tropical cyclogenesis associated with Rossby wave energy dispersion of a preexisting typhoon. Part II: Numerical simulations. J. Atmos. Sci., 63, 1390-1409. Full paper.


135. Li, Q., J. Jiang, D. Wu, W. G. Reed, N. J. Liversey, J. W. Waters, Y. Zhang, B. Wang, M. J. Philipiak, 2005: Convective outflow of South Asian pollution: A global CTM simulation compared with EOS MLS observations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L14826. Full paper.

134. Li, Jian, R. Yu, T. Zhou, and B. Wang, 2005: Why is there an early spring cooling shift downstream of the Tibetan Plateau? J. Climate, Vol. 18, 4660-4668. Full paper.

133. Wang, Zhuo, C.-P. Chang, B. Wang, and F.-F. Jin, 2005: Teleconnections from tropics to northern extratropics through a southerly conveyor. J. Atmos. Sci.,62, 4057-4070. Full paper.

132. Kwon, M.-H., J.-G. Jhun, B. Wang, S.-I. An, J.S. Kug, 2005: Decadal change in relationship between East Asian and WNP summer monsoons. Geophys. Res. Lett., 11132, L16790, doi: 10.1029/2005GL023026. Full paper.

131. Li, T., and B. Wang, 2005: A review on the western North Pacific monsoon: Synoptic-to-interannual variabilities. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, 16, 285-314. Full paper.

130. Wang, B., and S.-I. An 2005: A method for detecting season-dependent modes of climate variability: S-EOF analysis. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 32, L15710. Full paper.

129. Ding, Q. and B. Wang, 2005: Circumglobal teleconnection in the Northern Hemisphere Summer. J. Climate, 18, 3483-3505. Full paper.

128. Wu, L., B. Wang, and S. A. Braun, 2005: Impacts of air-sea interaction on tropical cyclone track and intensity. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 3299-3314. Full paper.

127. Liu, P., B. Wang, K. R. Sperber, T. Li, G. A. Meehl 2005: MJO in the NCAR CAM2 with the Tiedtke convective scheme. J. Climate, Vol. 18, No. 15, pp. 3007-3020. Full paper.

126. Wu, L., B. Wang, and S. Geng, 2005: Growing Typhoon influence on East Asia. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol 32, L18703, doi: 10.1029/2005GL022937. Full paper.

125. Wang, B., Q. Ding, X. Fu, I.-S. Kang, K. Jin, J. Shukla, and F. Doblas-Reyes, 2005: Fundamental challenge in simulation and prediction of summer monsoon rainfall. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 32, No. 15, L15711, doi: 10.1029/2005GL022734 12. Full paper.

124. Jiang, J. S., D. Eckermann, D. L. Wu, K. Hocke, B. Wang, J. Ma, and Y. Zhang, 2005: Seasonal variation of gravity wave sources from Satellite observation. Advances Space Research, 35, 1925-1932. Full paper

123. Wang, B., P. J. Webster, H. Teng, 2005: Antecedents and self-induction of active-break south Asian monsoon unraveled by satellites. Goephys. Res. Lett., 32, L04704. Full paper.

122. An, S.-I, and B. Wang, 2005: The forced and intrinsic low-frequency modes in the North Pacific. J. Climate, 18, 876-885. Full paper.

121. Drbohlav, H-K Lee, and B. Wang, 2005: Mechanism of the northward-propagating intraseasonal oscillation: Insights from a zonally symmetric model. J. Climate, 18, 952-972. Full paper.

120. Mullen, K. J., M. T. Montgomery, and B. Wang, 2005: Reexamining the near-core radial structure of the tropical cyclone primary circulation: Implications for vortex resiliency. J. Atmos. Sci., 62, 408-425. Full paper.

119. Wang, Y., Xie. S.-P., B. Wang, and H. Y., Xu, 2005: Large-scale atmospheric forcing by southeast Pacific boundary layer clouds: a regional model study. J. Climate, 18, 934-951. Full paper.


118. Yu, R., B. Wang, and T. Zhou, 2004: Tropospheric cooling and summer monsoon weakening trend over East Asia. Geophys. Res. Lett. Vol. 31, L22212, doi:10.1029/ 2004GL021270. Full paper.

117. Duan, W-S. Mu Mu, and Bin Wang, 2004: Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbations as the optimal precursors for El Nino-Southern Oscillation events. J. Geophys. Res., 109, D23105. Full paper.

116. Sen, O. L., B. Wang, Y. Wang, 2004: Impacts of Re-greening the desertified lands in northwestern China: Implications from a regional climate model experiment. J. Meteorol. Soc. Japan, 82, 1679-1693. Full paper.

115. Fu, X., and B. Wang, 2004: The boreal-summer intraseasonal oscillations simulated in a hybrid coupled atmosphere-ocean model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 2628-2649. Full paper.

114. Wu, L. and B. Wang, 2004: Assessing impacts of global warming on tropical cyclone tracks. J. Climate, 17, 1686-1698. Full paper.

113. Zhang, Y., T. Li, and B. Wang, 2004: Decadal Change of the Spring Snow Depth over the Tibetan Plateau: The Associated Circulation and Influence on the East Asian Summer Monsoon. J. Climate, 17, 2780-2793. Full paper.

112. Yu, R., B. Wang, and T. Zhou, 2004: Climate effects of the deep continental stratus clouds generated by the Tibetan Plateau. J. Climate, 17, 2702-2712. Full paper.

111. Sen, O. L., Y. Wang, and B. Wang, 2004: Impact of Indochina deforestation on the East Asian summer Monsoon. J. Climate, 17, 1366-1380. Full paper.

110. Fu,X. and B. Wang, 2004: Differences of Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillations Simulated in an Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled Model and an Atmosphere-Only Model. J. Climate, 17, 1263-1271. Full paper.

109. Jiang, X., T. Li, and B. Wang, 2004: Structures and Mechanisms of the Northward Propagating Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation. J. Climate, 17, 1022-1039. Full paper.

108. Wang, Y., M.T. Montgomery, and B. Wang, 2004: How much vertical shear can a well-developed tropical cyclone resist? Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 85, 661-662. Full paper.

107. Wang, B., I.-S. Kang, and J.-Y. Lee, 2004: Ensemble Simulations of Asian-Australian Monsoon Variability by 11 AGCMs. J. Climate, 17, 803-818. Full paper.

106. Wang, B., LinHo, Yongsheng Zhang, and M.-M. Lu, 2004: Definition of South China Sea Monsoon Onset and Commencement of the East Asia Summer Monsoon. J. Climate, 17, 699-710. Full paper.

105. Wang, Y., S. Xie, H. Xu, and B. Wang, 2004: Regional Model Simulations of Marine Boundary Layer Clouds over the Southeast Pacific off South America. Part I: Control Experiment. Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 274-296. Full paper.

104. Jiang, J., B. Wang., K. Goya, K. Hocke, S. D. Eckermann, J. Ma, D. L. Wu and W. G. Read, 2004: Geographical Distribution and InterSeasonal Variability of Tropical Deep Convection: UARS MLS Observations and Analyses. J. Geophys. Res., 109, D03111. Full paper.


103. Li, T.; Fu, B.; Ge, X.; B. Wang and Peng, Melinda, 2003: Satellite data analysis and numerical simulation of tropical cyclone formation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, 2122. Full paper.

102. Teng, H. and B. Wang, 2003: Interannual Variations of the Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation in the Asian-Pacific Region. J. Climate, 16, 3572-3584. Full paper.

101. Fu, X and B. Wang, 2003: Influences of Continental Monsoons and Air-Sea Coupling on the Climate of the Equatorial Pacific. J. Climate, 16, 3132-3152. Full paper.

100. Mu, M., W. Duan, and B. Wang, 2003: Conditional Nonlinear Optimal Perturbation and Its Applications. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 10, 493-501. Full paper.

99. Wang, B., S. C. Clemens, and P. Liu, 2003: Contrasting the Indian and East Asian monsoons: implications on geologic timescales. Marine Geology, 201, 5-21. Full paper.

98. Li, T., B. Wang, C.-P. Chang, and Y. Zhang, 2003: A theory for the Indian Ocean dipole-zonal mode. J. Atmos. Sci., 60, 2119-2135. Full paper.

97. Annamalai, H., R. Murtugudde, J. Potemra, S.-P. Xie, P. Liu, and B. Wang, 2003: Coupled dynamics over the Indian Ocean: Spring initiation of the zonal mode. Deep Sea Research II, Vol 50, Issues 12, pp. 2305-2330. Full paper.

96. Fu, X., B. Wang, T. Li, and J. McCreary, 2003: Coupling between Northward-Propagating, Intraseasonal Oscillations and Sea Surface Temperature in the Indian Ocean. J. Atmos. Sci., 60, 15, 1733-1753. Full paper.

95. Wang, Y., O. Sen, and B. Wang, 2003: A highly resolved regional climate model (IPRC-RegCM) and its simulation of the 1998 severe precipitation event over China. Part I: Model description and verification of simulation. J. Climate, 16, 1721-1738. Full paper.

94. Wang, B., R. Wu, and T. Li, 2003: Atmosphere-Warm Ocean interaction and its impacts on Asian-Australian Monsoon variation. J. Climate, 16, 1195-1211. Full paper.


93. Fu, X., B. Wang, and T. Li, 2002: Impacts of Air-Sea Coupling on the Simulation of Mean Asian Summer Monsoon in the ECHAM4 Model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 130, 2889-2904. Full paper.

92. Wu, R., and B. Wang, 2002: A Contrast of the East Asian Summer Monsoon-ENSO Relationship between 1962-1977 and 1978-1993. J. Climate, 15, 3266-3279. Full paper.

91. Wang, B., and Q. Zhang, 2002: Pacific-East Asian teleconnection. part II: How the Philippine Sea anomalous anticyclone is established during El Nino development. J. Climate, 15, 3252-3265. Full paper.

90. Zhang, Y., T. Li, B. Wang, and G. Wu, 2002: Onset of the summer monsoon over the Indochina Peninsula: Climatology and Interannual Variations. J. Climate, 15,3206-3221. Full paper.

89. LinHo and B. Wang, 2002: The time-space structure of the Asian-Pacific summer monsoon: A fast annual cycle view. J. Climate, 15, 2001-2019. Full paper.

88. Wang, B., and J. C. L. Chan, 2002: How strong ENSO events affect tropical storm activity over the Western North Pacific. J. Climate, 15,1643-1658. Full paper.

87. Kang, I.-S., K. Jin, B. Wang, K.-M. Lau, J. Shukla, V. Krishnamurthy, S. D. Schubert, D. E. Waliser, W. F. Stern, A. Kitoh, G. A. Meeh, M. Kanamitsu, V. Y. Galin, V. Satyan, C.-K. Park, and Y. Liu, 2002: Intercomparison of the Climatological variations of Asian summer monsoon precipitation simulated by 10 GCMs. Climate Dyn., 19, 383-395. Full paper.

86. Kemball-Cook, S., B. Wang, X. Fu, 2002: Simulation of the Intraseasonal Oscillation in the ECHAM-4 model: The impact of coupling with an ocean model. J. Atmos. Sci., 59, 1433-1453. Full paper.

85. Wang, B., and S.-I. An, 2002: A mechanism for decadal changes of ENSO behavior: Roles of background wind changes. Climate Dyn., 18, 475-486. Full paper.

84. Wang, B. and LinHo, 2002: Rainy season of the Asian-Pacific monsoon. J. Climate, 15, 386-398. Full paper.

83. Davey, M. K and co-authors, 2002: STOIC: A study of coupled model climatology and variability in tropical ocean regions. Climate Dyn., 18, 403-420. Full paper.


82. Latif, M. and co-authors: ENSIP, 2001: The El Niño simulation intercomparison project. Climate Dyn., 18,255-276. Full paper.

81. Tomita, T., B. Wang, T. Yasunari, and H. Nakamura, 2001: Global patterns of decadal scale variability observed in sea surface temperature and lower tropospheric circulation fields. J. Geophys. Res., 106, No11, 26,805-26,815. Full paper.

80. Wu, L. and B. Wang, 2001: Effects of convective heating on movement and vertical coupling of tropical cyclones: A numerical study. J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 3639-3649. Full paper.

79. Wang, B., R. Wu, K.-M. Lau, 2001: Interannual variability of the Asian summer monsoon: Contrasts between the Indian and the western North Pacific-East Asian monsoons. J. Climate, 14, 4073-4090. Full paper.

78. Wang, B. and S. -I. An, 2001: Why the properties of El Niño changed during the late 1970s? , Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 3709-3712. Full paper.

77. Li, T., Y. Zhang, C.-P. Chang, and B. Wang, 2001: On the relationship between Indian Ocean sea surface temperature and Asian summer monsoon. Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 2843-2846. Full paper.

76. Wu, L. and B. Wang, 2001: Movement and vertical coupling of adiabatic baroclinic tropical cyclones. J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 1801-1814. Full paper.

75. Kemball-Cook, S., and B. Wang, 2001: Equatorial waves and air-sea interaction in the boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation. J. Climate, 14,2923-2942. Full paper.

74. Wang, B. and X. Fu, 2001: Processes determining the rapid reestablishment of the equatorial Pacific cold tongue/ITCZ complex. J. Climate, 14,2250-2265. Full paper.

73. Fu, X., and B. Wang, 2001: A Coupled Modeling Study of the Seasonal Cycle of the Pacific Cold Tongue. Part I: Simulation and Sensitivity Experiments. J. Climate, 14, 756-779. Full paper.

72. Wu, R. and B. Wang, 2001: Multi-stage onset of the summer monsoon over the western North Pacific. Climate Dyn., 17, 277-289. Full paper.

71. Wang, Y.-F., B. Wang, and J.-H. Oh, 2001: Impact of the preceding El Niño on the East Asian summer atmosphere circulation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 79, 575-588. Full paper.

70. An, S.-I, and B. Wang, 2001: Mechanisms of locking of the El Niño and La Niña mature phases to boreal winter. J. Climate. 14, 2164-2176. Full paper.


69. An, S.-I., and B. Wang, 2000: Interdecadal change of the structure of the ENSO mode and its impact on the ENSO frequency. J. Climate, 13,2044-2055. Full paper.

68. Wang, R., and B. Wang, 2000: Phase space representation and characteristics of El Niño-La Niña. J. Atmos. Sci., 57, 3315-3333. Full paper.

67. Wang, B., and Z. Fang, 2000: Impacts of shortwave radiation forcing on ENSO: A study with a coupled tropical ocean-atmosphere model. Climate Dyn.16, 677-691. Full paper.

66. Wang, B., 2000: Reply to comments on "Choice of south Asian summer monsoon indices". Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 81, 822-824. Full paper.

65. Wu, L., and B. Wang, 2000: A potential vorticity tendency diagnostic approach for tropical cyclone motion. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 1899-1911. Full paper.

64. Wu, R., and B. Wang, 2000: Interannual variability of summer monsoon onset over the Western North Pacific and the underlying processes. J. Climate, 13, 2483-2501. Full paper.

63. Wang, B., R. Wu, and X. Fu, 2000: Pacific-East Asia teleconnection: How does ENSO affect East Asian climate? J. Climate, 13, 1517-1536. Full paper.

62. Wang, B., R. Wu, and R. Lukas, 2000: Annual adjustment of the thermocline in the tropical Pacific Ocean. J. Climate, 13, 596-616. Full paper.


61. Wang, B., and Z. Fan, 1999: Choice of South Asian Summer Monsoon Indices. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Sci., 80, 629-638. Abstract. Full paper.

60. Wang, B., and Y. Wang, 1999: Dynamics of the ITCZ-Equatorial Cold Tongue Complex and Causes of the Latitudinal Climate Asymmetry. J. Climate, 12, 1830-1847. Full paper.

59. Fu. X., and B. Wang, 1999: The Role of Longwave Radiation and Boundary Layer Thermodynamics in Forcing Tropical Surface Winds. J. Climate, 12, 1049-1069. Full paper.

58. Wang, B., R. Wu, and R. Lukas, 1999: Roles of the western North Pacific wind variation in thermocline adjustment and ENSO phase transition. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 77, 1-16. Full paper.

57. Wang, B., A. Barcilon, and Z. Fang, 1999: Stochastic Dynamics of El Nino-Southern Oscillation. J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 5-20. Full paper


56. Wang, B., R. Elsberry, Y. Wang, L. Wu, 1998: Dynamics in tropical cyclone motion: A review. Chinese J. of Atmos. Sci., 22, 535-547. 47. Full paper.

55. Wang, B., and X. Xie, 1998: Coupled Modes of the Warm Pool Climate System Part I: The Role of Air-Sea Interaction in Maintaining Madden-Julian Oscillation. J. Climate, 11, 2116-2135. Full paper.


54. Wang, B., and L. Wu, 1997: Sub-seasonal variations of the tropical storm track in the western North Pacific. MAUSAM Special Issue on Tropical Cyclone, 48, 189-194. Full paper.

53. Wang, B., and R. Wu, 1997: Peculiar temporal structure of the South China Sea summer monsoon. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 14, 177-194. Full paper.

52. Smith, R. B., X. Li, and B. Wang, 1997: Scaling Laws for Barotropic Vortex Beta-Drift. Tellus, 49A, 474-485. Full paper.

51. Wang, B., X. Li, and L. Wu, 1997: Direction of hurricane beta drift in horizontally sheared flows. J. Atmos. Sci., 54, 1462-1471. Full paper.

50. Wang, B., and X. Xu, 1997: Northern Hemisphere summer monsoon singularities and climatological intraseasonal oscillation. J. Climate, 10, 1071-1085. Full paper.

49. Wang, B. and X. Xie, 1997: A model for the boreal summer Intraseasonal Oscillation. J. Atmos. Sci., 54, 72-86. Full paper.


48. Li, T. and B. Wang, 1996: On the seasonal Sea surface temperature variations in the tropical Pacific. Theor. Appl. Climatology, 55, 113-120. Full paper.

47. Kawamura, R., T. Murakami, and B. Wang, 1996: Tropical and mid-latitude 45-day perturbations over the Western Pacific during the northern summer. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 74, 867-890. Full paper.

46. Xie, X. and B. Wang, 1996: Low-frequency equatorial waves in vertically sheared zonal flow. Part II: unstable waves. J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 3589-3605. Full paper

45. Wang, B. and Z. Fang, 1996: Chaotic Oscillations of tropical climate: A dynamic system theory for ENSO. J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 2786-2802. Full paper.

44. Wang, B., and Y. Wang, 1996: Temporal structure of the Southern Oscillation as revealed by waveform and wavelet analysis. J. Climate, 9, 1586-1598. Full paper.

43. Wang, B., and X. Xie, 1996: Low-Frequency equatorial waves in vertically sheared zonal flow. Part I: Stable waves. J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 449-467. Full paper

42. Li, X., and B. Wang, 1996: Acceleration of the hurricane beta drift by shear strain rate of an environmental flow. J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 327-334. Full paper.


41. Gao, Lei, W.-L. Li, and B. Wang, 1995: Numerical experiments on the formation of the eastern Pacific summer monsoon. Acta. Meteorol. Sinica., 257-266. Full paper.

40. Chao, J. P., Y. Lin, and B. Wang, 1995: The roles of boundary-layer dynamics on the development of Madden-Julian Oscillation. Acta. Meteorol. Sinica., 9, 169-183. Full paper.

39. B. Wang., T. Li, and P. Chang, 1995: An intermediate model of the tropical Pacific Ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 25, 1599-1616. Full paper.

38. Chang, P., L. Ji, B. Wang, and T. Li, 1995: Interactions between the seasonal cycle and El Niño-Southern Oscillation in an intermediate coupled ocean-atmosphere model. J. Atmos. Sci., 52, 2353-2372. Full paper.

37. Wang, B., and X. Li, 1995: Propagation of a tropical cyclone in a meridionally varying zonal flow: An energetics analysis. J. Atmos. Sci., 52, 1421-1433. Full paper.

36. Wang, B., 1995: Transition from a cold to a warm state of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation Cycle. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 56, 17-32. Full paper.

35. Wang, B., 1995: Interdecadal changes in El Nino onset in the last four decades. J. Climate, 8, 267-258. Full paper.


34. Wang, B., and Y. Wang, 1994: Development of El Ninos during 1971-1992. Transac. Oceanol. Limnol., 2, 26-40. Full paper.

33. Chang, P., B. Wang, T. Li, and L. Ji, 1994: Interactions between the seasonal cycle and the Southern Oscillation-Frequency entrainment and Chaos in a coupled ocean-atmospheric model. Geophys. Res. lett., 21, 2817-2820. Full paper.

32. Wang, B., 1994: On the annual cycle in the tropical eastern-central Pacific. J. Climate, 7, 1926-1942. Full paper.

31. Li, T., and B. Wang, 1994: The Influence of sea surface temperature on tropical intraseasonal oscillation: A numerical study. Mon. Wea. Rev., 122, 2349-2362. Full paper.

30. Wang, B. and Li. T., 1994: Convective interaction with boundary-layer dynamics in the development of a tropical intraseasonal system. J. Atmos. Sci., 51, 1386-1400. Full paper.

29. Li, T. and B. Wang, 1994: A thermodynamic equilibrium climate model for monthly mean surface winds and precipitation over the tropical Pacific. J. Atmos. Sci., 51, 1372-1385. Full paper.

28. Wang, B., 1994: Climatic regimes of tropical convection and rainfall. J. Climate, 7, 1109-1118. Full paper.

27. Li, X. and B. Wang, 1994: Barotropic dynamics of the beta-gyres and beta-drift. J. Atmos. Sci., 51, 746-756. Full paper.


26. Jury, M. R., B. Pathack, B. Wang, M. Powell, and N. Raholijao, 1993: A destructive tropical cyclone season in the SW Indian Ocean: January-February 1984. South African Geophys. J., 75(2), 53-59. Full paper.

25. Wang, B., 1993: Dynamics of Madden-Julian Oscillation. Trends in Atmos. Sci., 1, 349-373. Full paper.

24. Murakami, T. and B. Wang, 1993: Annual cycle of equatorial east-west circulation over the Indian and Pacific Oceans. J. Climate, 6, 932-952. Full paper.

23. Wang, B. and T. Li, 1993: A simple tropical atmosphere model of relevance to short-term climate variations. J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 260-284. Full paper.

22. Zhu, B. and B. Wang, 1993: The 30-60-day convection seesaw between the tropical Indian and western Pacific Oceans. J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 184-199. Full paper.


21. Wang, B. and Y.-H. Ding, 1992: An overview of the Madden-Julian Oscillation and its relation to Monsoon and mid-latitude circulation. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 698-712. Full paper.

20. Wang, B., 1992: The vertical structure and development of the ENSO anomaly mode during 1979-1989. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 698-712. Full paper.

19. Wang, B., and Y. Xue, 1992: Behavior of a moist Kelvin wave packet with nonlinear heating. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 549-559. Full paper.

18. Wang, B., and X. Li, 1992: The beta drift of three-dimensional vortices: A numerical study. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 579-593. Full paper.

17. Murakami, T., B. Wang, and S. W. Lyons, 1992: Contrasts between summer monsoons over the Bay of Bengal and the eastern North Pacific. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 70, 191-210. Full paper.


16. Jury, M., B. Pathack, G. Campell, B. Wang, and W. Landaman, 1991: Transient convective waves in the tropical SW Indian Ocean. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 47, 27-36. Full paper.


15. Wang, B., 1990: On the asymmetry of baroclinic instability between easterly and westerly shear. Tellus, 42A, 463-468. Full paper.

14. Wang, B., and H. Rui, 1990: Synoptic climatology of transient tropical intraseasonal convection anomalies: 1975-1985. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 44(1-4), 43-61. Full paper..

13. Wang, B., and H. Rui, 1990: Dynamics of the coupled moist Kelvin-Rossby wave on an equatorial beta-plane. J. Atmos. Sci., 47, 397-413. Full paper.

12. Rui. H., and B. Wang, 1990: Development characteristics and dynamic structure of tropical intraseasonal convection anomalies. J. Atmos. Sci., 47, 357-379. Full paper.


11. Wang, B., and J.-K. Chen, 1989: On the zonal-scale selection and vertical structure of equatorial intraseasonal waves. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 115, 1301-1323. Full paper.


10. Wang, B., 1988: Comments on "An air-sea interaction model of intraseasonal oscillation in the tropics". J. Atmos. Sci., 45, 3521-3525. Full paper.

9. Wang, B., 1988: Dynamics of tropical low frequency waves: An analysis of the moist Kelvin wave. J. Atmos. Sci., 45, 2051-2065. Full paper.


8. Wang, B., and I. Orlanski, 1987: Study of a heavy rain vortex formed over the eastern flank of the Tibetan Plateau. Mon. Wea. Rev., 115, 1370-1393. Full paper.

7. Wang, B., 1987: The development mechanism for Tibetan Plateau warm vortices. J. Atmos. Sci., 44, 2978-2994. Full paper.

6. Wang, B., 1987: Another look at CISK in polar oceanic air masses. Tellus, 39A, 179-186. Full paper.

5. Wang, B., 1987: The nature of CISK in a generalized continuous model. J. Atmos. Sci., 44, 1411-1426. Full paper.


4. Wang, B., and A. Barcilon, 1986: Moist stability of a baroclinic zonal flow with conditionally unstable stratification. J. Atmos. Sci., 43, 705-719. Full paper.

3. Wang, B., and A. Barcilon, 1986: Two dynamic regimes of finite amplitude Charney and Green waves. J. Atmos. Sci., 43, 1288-1296. Full paper.

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