Faculty and Research

Research has been central to the department’s activities since its inception. Despite the department’s modest size, an impressive array of research projects are being undertaken by our faculty and students involving field work, experimental work, computer modeling, and theoretical calculations. Our research interests have a primary focus on weather and climate of the tropics, but many projects have application to phenomena of global scope. [ More ]

Full-Time Graduate Faculty

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Gary M. Barnes

Department Chair
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Michael Bell

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Steven Businger

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Yi-Leng Chen

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Pao-Shin Chu

State Climatologist
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Kevin P. Hamilton

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Fei-Fei Jin

Graduate Chair
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Tim Li

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Thomas A. Schroeder

Emeritus
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Jennifer D. Small

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Duane E. Stevens

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Bin Wang

Ph.D., Florida State.  Climate dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics, and tropical meteorology.
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Yuqing Wang

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Shang-Ping Xie

Other Departmental Faculty

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Jingxia Zhao

Assistant Researcher

Cooperating Graduate Faculty

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H. Annamalai

Associate Researcher, International Pacific Research Center
  • Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Tropical climate dynamics, climate variability and prediction.
  • emailname hanna
  • IPRC Page
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Tiziana Cherubini

Associate Researcher, Institute for Astronomy
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Antony D. Clarke

Emeritus Researcher, Oceanography Dept., UH-Manoa
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John N. Porter

Associate Researcher, Hawaii Instit. of Geophysics & Planetology, UH-Manoa

Affiliate Graduate Faculty

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Jian Ping Li

Affiliate Professor
  • Ph.D., Lanzhou University, China. Nonlinear climatic dynamics and predictability, dynamics of annular modes and their impacts, monsoon and air-land-sea interaction, numerical methods.
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences web page

 

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