李春

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李春


教授

中国海洋大学 海洋与大气学院

青岛市松岭路238号,266100

电话:

E-maillichun7603@ouc.edu.cn


教育经历:

1995/09-1999/06  南京气象学院(南京信息工程大学) 气象学 学士

1999/09-2002/06  南京气象学院(南京信息工程大学) 气象学 硕士

2006/09-2010/06  中国海洋大学 物理海洋学 博士


工作经历:

2002/07-2004/11     中国海洋大学 海洋环境学院 助教

2004/12-2010/11     中国海洋大学 海洋环境学院 讲师

2010/12-2014/11     中国海洋大学 海洋环境学院 副教授

2014/12-今          中国海洋大学 海洋与大气学院 教授


主要项目:

  1. NSFC面上项目(青年-面上连续资助项目,2013.01—2016.12)北太平洋风生环流对全球变暖的响应及其对大气环流反馈效应(41276002),83万元

  2. NSFC青年项目(2010.01-2012.12):风应力强迫下北太平洋副热带环流与大气环流耦合调整的过程与机理(40906003)23.0万元

  3. 国家重大科学研究计划课题(2013.01—2017.08):西北太平洋中小尺度过程及其对大尺度环流的影响(2013CB956201),70万元/1066万元,骨干

  4. NSFC重点项目(2012.01—2016.12):太平洋年代际涛动的机理与可预测性研究(41130859),30万元/310万元,骨干

  5. 国家重大科学研究计划课题(2012.01—2016.08):全球变暖对太平洋印度洋海洋-大气耦合模态变异的调节过程及机理(2012CB955603),70万元/350万元,骨干

  6. NSFC重点项目(2009.01—2012.12):北太平洋中纬度海洋-大气耦合系统近50 年演变特征与机制(40830106)30万元/160万元,骨干

  7. 973计划课题(2007.08—2011.7):北太平洋副热带内区环流变异及调整机理(2007CB411801)27万元/176万元,骨干


代表文章:

  1. Wang J. and C. Li, 2017: Low-frequency Variability and Possible Changes in the North Pacific Simulated by CMIP5 Models. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Doi: 10.2151/jmsj.2017-011

  2. Li C. and J. L. Sun, 2015: Role of the subtropical westerly jet waveguide in a southern China heavy rainstorm inDecember 2013. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 32(5), 601-612.

  3. Li C. and G. Zeng, 2013: Impacts of ENSO on autumn rainfall over Yellow River loop valley in observation: possible mechanism and stability. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118(8), 3110–3119.

  4. Li, C., and L. Wu, 2013: Dynamic linkage between the North Pacific and the Tropical Pacific: Atmosphere–ocean coupling. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 30(2), 306—314.

  5. Li C., L. Wu and S.-P. Xie, 2013: Impacts of interhemispheric asymmetric thermal forcing on tropical Pacific climate: Air-sea coupling and subduction. J. Climate, 26(2): 575-582.

  6. Li C. and H. Ma, 2012: Relationship between ENSO and winter rainfall over Southeast China and its decadal variability. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 29(6), 1129-1141.

  7. Li C. and H. Ma, 2011: Coupled Modes of Precipitation over China and the Pacific Sea Surface Temperature in boreal summertime. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 28(5): 1201-1214.

  8. Li C., L. Wu and P. Chang, 2011: A Far-Reaching Footprint of Tropical Pacific Meridional Mode on the summer rainfall over the Yellow River Loop.J. Climate, 24(10): 2585–2598.

  9. Ma H., L. Wu and C. Li, 2010: The Role of Southern High Latitude Wind Stress in Global Climate. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 27(2): 371-381.

  10. Li C, L. Wu, Q. Wang, L. Qu and L. Zhang, 2009: An intimate coupling of ocean-atmospheric interaction over the extratropical Atlantic and Pacific. Climate Dynamics. 32(6):753-765.

  11. Wu L., C. Li, C. Yang and S-P Xie. 2008: Global Teleconnections in Response to a Shutdown of the Atlantic MeridionalOverturning Circulation. J. Climate, 21(12):3002-3019.

  12. Wu L.and C. Li. 2007, Warming of the North Pacific Ocean:Local Air-Sea Coupling and Remote Climatic Impacts. J. Climate, 20(11):2581–2601.

  13. Wu L., F. He, Z. Liu and C. Li. 2007, Atmospheric teleconnection of tropical Atlanticvariability: Interhemispheric, tropical-extratropical and cross-basin interaction. J. Climate, 20(5):856-870.

  14. Wu L., Z. Liu,C. Li and Y. Sun. 2007, Extratropical control of recent tropical Pacific decadal climatevariability: a relay teleconnection. Clim. Dyn., 28(1): 99-112.


学术兼职:

中国气象学会动力气象专业委员会委员


讲授课程:

本科生:大气探测;天气学

研究生:气候动力学;


研究兴趣:

海洋-大气相互作用;东亚季风气候及其可预测性;极端天气气候




ChunLi


Professor

College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Ocean University of China

238 Songling Rd, Qingdao 266100, China

Email: lichun7603@ouc.edu.cn


Education

09/1995-06/1999, B.S. in Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology

09/1999-06/2002, M.S. in Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology

09/2006-06/2010, Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography, Ocean University of China


EMPLOYMENT

07/2002-11/2004, Assistant, Ocean University of China

12/2004-11/2010, Lecture, Ocean University of China

12/2010-11/2014, Associate Professor, Ocean University of China

12/2014-present, Professor, Ocean University of China


Major PROJECTS

  1. 01.2013-12/2016, NSFC Project “Responses of North Pacific wind-driven circulation to global warming and its feedback to atmospheric circulation”41276002),830kPI

  2. 01/2010-12/2012, NSFC Project “Coupling Adjustment Process and mechanism of Oceanic Subtropical Circulation in the North Pacific and Atmospheric Circulation under wind stress forcing” (40906003)230kPI

  3. 01/2013-08/2017, National Major Scientific Research Program, “Processes and mechanisms of multi-scale marine variability in the Northwest Pacific and its predictability”  2013CB956201),700k/26mParticipant

  4. 01/2012-12/2016, NSFC Project “Research on Mechanism of Pacific Decadal Oscillation and its predictability”41130859),300k/3.1mParticipant

  5. 01/2012-08/2016, National Major Scientific Research Program, “The response of the Indo-Pacific Oceans to global warming and their role in climate change”2012CB955603),700k/26mParticipant

  6. 01/2009-12/2012, NSFC Project “Recent 50-year Evolution Characteristics of mid-latitude Ocean-Atmospheric Coupling System in the North Pacific and its Mechanism” (40830106)300k/1.6mParticipant

  7. 08/2007-07/2011, National Basic Research Program of China (973) project “Variability of Subtropical North Pacific Ocean Circulation and its impacts on dynamic environment of China Marginal Seas” (2007CB411800)270k/30mParticipant


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Wang J. and C. Li, 2017: Low-frequency Variability and Possible Changes in the North Pacific Simulated by CMIP5 Models. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Doi: 10.2151/jmsj.2017-011

  2. Li C. and J. L. Sun, 2015: Role of the subtropical westerly jet waveguide in a southern China heavy rainstorm inDecember 2013. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 32(5), 601-612.

  3. Li C. and G. Zeng, 2013: Impacts of ENSO on autumn rainfall over Yellow River loop valley in observation: possible mechanism and stability. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118(8), 3110–3119.

  4. Li, C., and L. Wu, 2013: Dynamic linkage between the North Pacific and the Tropical Pacific: Atmosphere–ocean coupling. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 30(2), 306—314.

  5. Li C., L. Wu and S.-P. Xie, 2013: Impacts of interhemispheric asymmetric thermal forcing on tropical Pacific climate: Air-sea coupling and subduction. J. Climate, 26(2): 575-582.

  6. Li C. and H. Ma, 2012: Relationship between ENSO and winter rainfall over Southeast China and its decadal variability. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 29(6), 1129-1141.

  7. Li C. and H. Ma, 2011: Coupled Modes of Precipitation over China and the Pacific Sea Surface Temperature in boreal summertime. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 28(5): 1201-1214.

  8. Li C., L. Wu and P. Chang, 2011: A Far-Reaching Footprint of Tropical Pacific Meridional Mode on the summer rainfall over the Yellow River Loop.J. Climate, 24(10): 2585–2598.

  9. Ma H., L. Wu and C. Li, 2010: The Role of Southern High Latitude Wind Stress in Global Climate. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 27(2): 371-381.

  10. Li C, L. Wu, Q. Wang, L. Qu and L. Zhang, 2009: An intimate coupling of ocean-atmospheric interaction over the extratropical Atlantic and Pacific. Climate Dynamics. 32(6):753-765.

  11. Wu L., C. Li, C. Yang and S-P Xie. 2008: Global Teleconnections in Response to a Shutdown of the Atlantic MeridionalOverturning Circulation. J. Climate, 21(12):3002-3019.

  12. Wu L.and C. Li. 2007, Warming of the North Pacific Ocean:Local Air-Sea Coupling and Remote Climatic Impacts. J. Climate, 20(11):2581–2601.

  13. Wu L., F. He, Z. Liu and C. Li. 2007, Atmospheric teleconnection of tropical Atlanticvariability: Interhemispheric, tropical-extratropical and cross-basin interaction. J. Climate, 20(5):856-870.

  14. Wu L., Z. Liu,C. Li and Y. Sun. 2007, Extratropical control of recent tropical Pacific decadal climatevariability: a relay teleconnection. Clim. Dyn., 28(1): 99-112.


Academic part-time

Committee member, Dynamic meteorology Committee, Chinese Meteorological Society


Courses

Undergraduate: Atmospheric Observation; Synoptic Meteorology

Graduate: Climate Dynamics


Research Interests

Ocean-Atmospheric Interaction;

East Asian Monsoon and its Predictability;

Extreme Weather and Climate.