郑小童

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郑小童


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:+86-532-66782556

E-mailzhengxt@ouc.edu.cn


教育经历:

2000/09-2004/06中国海洋大学 大气科学 学士

2004/09-2010/06中国海洋大学 气象学 博士

2008/01-2010/01美国夏威夷大学国际太平洋研究中心 联合培养博士


工作经历:

2010/07-2012/12中国海洋大学 海洋环境学院 讲师

2013/01-2018/12中国海洋大学 海洋与大气学院 副教授

2019/01-至今        中国海洋大学 海洋与大气学院 教授


主要项目:

  1.  2018/05-2023/04,国家重点研发计划项目课题“南大洋表层增暖迟滞成因及对全球气候的影响”(2018YFA0605704),270万,主持

  2. 2015/01-2018/12,国家自然科学基金面上项目“多年代际自然变化和温室气体增加对热带海洋大气耦合主模态的影响研究”(41476003),93万,主持

  3. 2012/01-2014/12,国家自然科学基金青年项目“印度洋SST年际模态与ENSO的相互作用对全球变暖的响应”(41106010),25万,主持

  4. 2015/01-2019/08,国家重点基础研究发展计划(973)青年项目“全球变暖背景下南极绕极流区的子午向环流的变化及其气候效应”(2015CB954300),490万,骨干

  5. 2012/01-2016/08,国家重大科学研究计划项目 “太平洋印度洋对全球变暖的响应及其对气候变化的调控作用”(2012CB955600),2694万,骨干


代表文章:

  1. Zheng, X.-T.*, C. Hui, S.-P. Xie, W. Cai, and S.-M. Long, 2019: Intensification of El Nino rainfall variability over the tropical Pacific in the slow oceanic response to global warming. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 2253-2260.

  2. Huang, P., X.-T. Zheng, and J. Ying, 2019: Disentangling the changes in the Indian Ocean dipole-related SST and rainfall variability under global warming in CMIP5 models. J. Climate, in press.

  3. Peng, Q., S.-P. Xie, D. Wang, X.-T. Zheng, and H. Zhang, 2019: Coupled ocean-atmosphere dynamics of the 2017 extreme coastal El Nino. Nature Commun., 10, 298.

  4. Zheng, X.-T.*, C. Hui, and S.-W. Yeh, 2018: Response of ENSO amplitude to global warming in CESM large ensemble: Uncertainty due to internal variability. Clim. Dyn., 50, 4019-4035.

  5. Hui, C.,andX.-T. Zheng*, 2018: Uncertainty in Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming: the role of internal variability. Clim. Dyn., 51, 3597-3611.

  6. Xie, S.-P., Q. Peng, Y. Kamae, X.-T. Zheng, H. Tokinaga, and D. Wang, 2018: Eastern Pacific ITCZ dipole and ENSO diversity. J. Climate, 31, 4449-4462.

  7. Liang, Y., Y. Du, L. Zhang, X. Zheng, and S. Qiu, 2018: The 30-50-Day intraseasonal oscillation of SST and precipitation in the south tropical Indian Ocean. Atmosphere, 9, 69.

  8. Zhong, W., X.-T. Zheng*, and W. Cai, 2017: A decadal tropical Pacific condition unfavorable to central Pacific El Niño. Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, 7919-7926.

  9. Wang, C.Y., S.-P. Xie, Y. Kosaka, Q. Liu, and X.-T. Zheng, 2017: Global influence of tropical Pacific variability related to global warming hiatus. J. Climate, 30, 2679-2795.

  10. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, L.-H. Lv, and Z.-Q. Zhou, 2016: Inter-model uncertainty in ENSO amplitude change tied to Pacific ocean warming pattern.J. Climate, 29, 7265-7279.

  11. Zheng, X.-T. *, L. Gao, G. Li, and Y. Du, 2016: The southwest Indian Ocean thermocline dome in CMIP5 models: Historical simulation and future projection. Adv. Atmos. Sci.,33, 489-503.

  12. Qu, X., G. Huang, K. Hu, S.-P. Xie, Y. Du, X.-T. Zheng, and L. Liu, 2015: Equatorward shift of the South Asian high in response to anthropogenic forcing. Theor. Appl. Climatol.,119, 113-122.

  13. Hu, K., G. Huang, X.-T. Zheng, S.-P. Xie, X. Qu, Y. Du, and L. Liu, 2014: Interdecadal variations in ENSO influences on Northwest Pacific-East Asian summertime climate simulated in CMIP5 models. J. Climate, 27, 5982-5998.

  14. Liu, L., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, T. Li, Y. Du, G. Huang, and W.-D. Yu, 2014: Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble: The Zonal Dipole mode. Climate Dyn., 43, 1715-1730.

  15. Long, S.-M., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, and Q. Liu, 2014: Fast and slow response to global warming: Sea surface temperature and precipitation patterns. J. Climate, 27, 285–299.

  16. Zhou, Z.-Q., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, Q. Liu, and H. Wang, 2014: Global warming-induced changes in El Nino teleconnections over Pacific and North America. J. Climate, 27, 9050-9064.

  17. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, Y. Du, L. Liu, G. Huang, and Q. Liu, 2013: Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble. J. Climate, 26, 6067-6080.

  18. Cai, W., X.-T. Zheng, E. Weller, M. Collins, T. Cowan, M. Lengaigne, W. Yu, and T. Yamagata: Projected response of the Indian Ocean Dipole to greenhouse warming. Nature Geosci., 6, 999-1007.

  19. Du, Y., S.-P. Xie, Y.-L. Yang, X.-T. Zheng, L. Liu and G. Huang, 2013: Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble: The basin mode. J. Climate, 26, 7240-7266.

  20. Guo, F., Q. Liu, X.-T. Zhengand S. Sun, 2013: The role of barrier layer in Southeastern Arabian Sea during the development of positive Indian Ocean Dipole events. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 245-252.

  21. Liu, Q., F. Guo and X.-T. Zheng, 2013, Relationships of interannual variability between the equatorial Pacific and tropical Indian Ocean in 17 CMIP5 models. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 237-244.

  22. Ogata, T., S.-P. Xie, J. Lan, and X. Zheng, 2013: Importance of ocean dynamics for the skewness of the Indian Ocean Dipole mode. J. Climate, 26, 2145-2159.

  23. Zheng, J., Q. Liu, C. Wang, and X.-T. Zheng, 2013: Impact of heating anomalies associated with rainfall variations over the Indo-Western Pacific on Asian atmospheric circulation in winter. Climate Dyn., 40, 2023-2033.

  24. Zhou, Z.-Q., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng* and Q. Liu, 2013: Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming: a multi-member study with CCSM4. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 209-215.

  25. Chowdary, J. S., S.-P. Xie, H. Tokinaga, Y. M. Okumura, H. Kubota, N. C. Johnson, and X.-T. Zheng, 2012: Inter-decadal variations in ENSO teleconnection to the Indo-western Pacific for 1870-2007. J. Climate, 25, 1722-1744.

  26. Liu, Q. and X.-T. Zheng, 2012: Recent progress in China in the study of ocean’s role in climate variation. Acta Oceanol. Sin.,31(2), 1-8.

  27. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, and Q. Liu, 2011: Response of the Indian Ocean basin mode and its capacitor effect to global warming. J. Climate, 24, 6146-6164.

  28. Li, J., S.-P. Xie, E. R. Cook, G. Huang, R. D'Arrigo, F. Liu, J. Ma and X.-T. Zheng, 2011: Interdecadal modulation of El Nino amplitude during the past millennium. Nature Clim. Change, 1, 114-118.

  29. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, G. A. Vecchi, Q. Liu, J. Hafner, 2010: Indian Ocean dipole response to global warming: Analysis of ocean-atmospheric feedbacks in a coupled model. Journal of Climate, 23, 1240-1253.

  30. Xie, S.-P., Y. Du, G. Huang, X.-T. Zheng, H. Tokinaga, K. Hu, and Q. Liu, 2010: Decadal shift in El Nino influences on Indo-western Pacific and East Asian climate in the 1970s. J. Climate, 23, 3352-3368.


专利软件:

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科研奖励:

  1. 谢义炳青年气象科技奖,北京大学,2014

  2. 海洋领域优秀科技青年,国家海洋局,2015

  3. 广东省科学技术一等奖(第四完成人),广东省政府,2017


学术兼职:

贡献作者,联合国政府间应对气候变化委员会(IPCC)第五次报告。

工作委员,Science Bulletin(科学通报英文版)


讲授课程:

本科:海洋-大气相互作用

研究生:气候变化


研究兴趣:

大尺度海气相互作用;气候变化与全球变暖



Xiao-Tong Zheng


Professor

College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Ocean University of China

238 Songling Rd, Qingdao 266100, China

Tel: +86-532-66781305

Email:zhengxt@ouc.edu.cn


Education

09/2000-06/2004, B.S. in Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean University of China

09/2004-06/2010, Ph.D. inMeteorology, Ocean University of China

01/2008-01/2010, Joint Ph.D. candidate, International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii


EMPLOYMENT

07/2010-12/2012, Lecture, Ocean University of China

01/2013-12/2018, Associate Professor, Ocean University of China

01/2019-present, Associate Professor, Ocean University of China


Major PROJECTS

  1. 05/2018-04/2019National Key R&D Program of China “The delayed surface warming in the Southern Ocean and its climate effects” (2018YFA0605704), 2.7m, PI

  2. 01/2015-12/2018, NSFC project “Comparative analysis between the impacts of interdecadal natural variability and increased greenhouse gases on leading tropical coupled modes” (41476003), 930k, PI

  3.  01/2012-12/2014, NSFC project “The responses of interactions between interannual SST variability in tropical Indian Ocean and ENSO to global warming” (41106010), 250k, PI

  4.  01/2015-08/2019, National Basic Research Program of China (973) project “Response of the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current to global warming and its effect on climate change” (2015CB954300), 4.9m, Participant

  5.  01/2012-08/2016, National Basic Research Program of China (973) project “The responses of the Indo-Pacific Oceans to global warming and their role in climate change” (2012CB955600), 26.9m, Participant


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Zheng, X.-T.*, C. Hui, S.-P. Xie, W. Cai, and S.-M. Long, 2019: Intensification of El Nino rainfall variability over the tropical Pacific in the slow oceanic response to global warming. Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 2253-2260.

  2. Huang, P., X.-T. Zheng, and J. Ying, 2019: Disentangling the changes in the Indian Ocean dipole-related SST and rainfall variability under global warming in CMIP5 models. J. Climate, in press.

  3. Peng, Q., S.-P. Xie, D. Wang, X.-T. Zheng, and H. Zhang, 2019: Coupled ocean-atmosphere dynamics of the 2017 extreme coastal El Nino. Nature Commun., 10, 298.

  4. Zheng, X.-T.*, C. Hui, and S.-W. Yeh, 2018: Response of ENSO amplitude to global warming in CESM large ensemble: Uncertainty due to internal variability. Clim. Dyn., 50, 4019-4035.

  5. Hui, C.,andX.-T. Zheng*, 2018: Uncertainty in Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming: the role of internal variability. Clim. Dyn., 51, 3597-3611.

  6. Xie, S.-P., Q. Peng, Y. Kamae, X.-T. Zheng, H. Tokinaga, and D. Wang, 2018: Eastern Pacific ITCZ dipole and ENSO diversity. J. Climate, 31, 4449-4462.

  7. Liang, Y., Y. Du, L. Zhang, X. Zheng, and S. Qiu, 2018: The 30-50-Day intraseasonal oscillation of SST and precipitation in the south tropical Indian Ocean. Atmosphere, 9, 69.

  8. Zhong, W., X.-T. Zheng*, and W. Cai, 2017: A decadal tropical Pacific condition unfavorable to central Pacific El Niño. Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, 7919-7926.

  9. Wang, C.Y., S.-P. Xie, Y. Kosaka, Q. Liu, and X.-T. Zheng, 2017: Global influence of tropical Pacific variability related to global warming hiatus. J. Climate, 30, 2679-2795.

  10. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, L.-H. Lv, and Z.-Q. Zhou, 2016: Inter-model uncertainty in ENSO amplitude change tied to Pacific ocean warming pattern.J. Climate, 29, 7265-7279.

  11. Zheng, X.-T. *, L. Gao, G. Li, and Y. Du, 2016: The southwest Indian Ocean thermocline dome in CMIP5 models: Historical simulation and future projection. Adv. Atmos. Sci.,33, 489-503.

  12. Qu, X., G. Huang, K. Hu, S.-P. Xie, Y. Du, X.-T. Zheng, and L. Liu, 2015: Equatorward shift of the South Asian high in response to anthropogenic forcing. Theor. Appl. Climatol.,119, 113-122.

  13. Hu, K., G. Huang, X.-T. Zheng, S.-P. Xie, X. Qu, Y. Du, and L. Liu, 2014: Interdecadal variations in ENSO influences on Northwest Pacific-East Asian summertime climate simulated in CMIP5 models. J. Climate, 27, 5982-5998.

  14. Liu, L., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, T. Li, Y. Du, G. Huang, and W.-D. Yu, 2014: Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble: The Zonal Dipole mode. Climate Dyn., 43, 1715-1730.

  15. Long, S.-M., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, and Q. Liu, 2014: Fast and slow response to global warming: Sea surface temperature and precipitation patterns. J. Climate, 27, 285–299.

  16. Zhou, Z.-Q., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng, Q. Liu, and H. Wang, 2014: Global warming-induced changes in El Nino teleconnections over Pacific and North America. J. Climate, 27, 9050-9064.

  17. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, Y. Du, L. Liu, G. Huang, and Q. Liu, 2013: Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble. J. Climate, 26, 6067-6080.

  18. Cai, W., X.-T. Zheng, E. Weller, M. Collins, T. Cowan, M. Lengaigne, W. Yu, and T. Yamagata: Projected response of the Indian Ocean Dipole to greenhouse warming. Nature Geosci., 6, 999-1007.

  19. Du, Y., S.-P. Xie, Y.-L. Yang, X.-T. Zheng, L. Liu and G. Huang, 2013: Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble: The basin mode. J. Climate, 26, 7240-7266.

  20. Guo, F., Q. Liu, X.-T. Zhengand S. Sun, 2013: The role of barrier layer in Southeastern Arabian Sea during the development of positive Indian Ocean Dipole events. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 245-252.

  21. Liu, Q., F. Guo and X.-T. Zheng, 2013, Relationships of interannual variability between the equatorial Pacific and tropical Indian Ocean in 17 CMIP5 models. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 237-244.

  22. Ogata, T., S.-P. Xie, J. Lan, and X. Zheng, 2013: Importance of ocean dynamics for the skewness of the Indian Ocean Dipole mode. J. Climate, 26, 2145-2159.

  23. Zheng, J., Q. Liu, C. Wang, and X.-T. Zheng, 2013: Impact of heating anomalies associated with rainfall variations over the Indo-Western Pacific on Asian atmospheric circulation in winter. Climate Dyn., 40, 2023-2033.

  24. Zhou, Z.-Q., S.-P. Xie, X.-T. Zheng* and Q. Liu, 2013: Indian Ocean Dipole response to global warming: a multi-member study with CCSM4. J. Ocean University of China, 12, 209-215.

  25. Chowdary, J. S., S.-P. Xie, H. Tokinaga, Y. M. Okumura, H. Kubota, N. C. Johnson, and X.-T. Zheng, 2012: Inter-decadal variations in ENSO teleconnection to the Indo-western Pacific for 1870-2007. J. Climate, 25, 1722-1744.

  26. Liu, Q. and X.-T. Zheng, 2012: Recent progress in China in the study of ocean’s role in climate variation. Acta Oceanol. Sin.,31(2), 1-8.

  27. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, and Q. Liu, 2011: Response of the Indian Ocean basin mode and its capacitor effect to global warming. J. Climate, 24, 6146-6164.

  28. Li, J., S.-P. Xie, E. R. Cook, G. Huang, R. D'Arrigo, F. Liu, J. Ma and X.-T. Zheng, 2011: Interdecadal modulation of El Nino amplitude during the past millennium. Nature Clim. Change, 1, 114-118.

  29. Zheng, X.-T. *, S.-P. Xie, G. A. Vecchi, Q. Liu, J. Hafner, 2010: Indian Ocean dipole response to global warming: Analysis of ocean-atmospheric feedbacks in a coupled model. Journal of Climate, 23, 1240-1253.

  30. Xie, S.-P., Y. Du, G. Huang, X.-T. Zheng, H. Tokinaga, K. Hu, and Q. Liu, 2010: Decadal shift in El Nino influences on Indo-western Pacific and East Asian climate in the 1970s. J. Climate, 23, 3352-3368.


patentS& copyrightS

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Awards

  1. Xie Yibing Youth Meteorological Science and Technology Award, 2014

  2. Outstanding Young Scientist on Oceanic Science and Technology, 2015

  3. First prize in science and technology of Guangdong province (Rank 4th), 2017


Academic part-time

Contributing author, United Nations Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report

Executive Member, Science Bulletin


Courses

Undergraduate: Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction

Graduate: Climate Change


Research Interests

Large Scale Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions;

Climate Change and Global Warming