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IAP and UK Imperial College signed an MoU(2014.11.21)  
Cross strait workshop on air-sea multi-scale interaction and tropical cyclone over the western North Pacific (WNP) warm pool and cooperation prospect held in Yangzhou(2014.11.20)  
IAP and the Lancaster Environment Centre signed a Collaboration Agreement(2014.11.06)  
Thailand Research Fund delegation visited IAP(2014.11.06)  
Kick-off Meeting of the Academic Divisions of CAS (CASAD) Consultation Project on Sustainable Development(2014.10.31)  
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
     
Special Section to Commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Advances in ...(2014.11.15)  
[Seminar on 21 Nov., 2014]Phase and Acidity Regulate the Production...(2014.11.15)  
[Seminar on 18 Nov.]Towards understanding the effects of small-scal...(2014.11.15)  
Dr. DING Ruiqiang won the Early Career Scientist Award of IUGG(2014.11.06)  
Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters Vol.7 No.6 is now available...(2014.11.02)  
[Seminar on 3 Nov.]A new opportunity of investigating aerosol-land ...(2014.10.29)  
[Seminar on 23 Oct.]The LIDORT models: Linearized discrete ordinate...(2014.10.22)  
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RESEARCH EXPRESS
Anomaly of the moist potential vorticity substa... [2014.11.21]
fig.1b.png The effects of precipitation on the moist potential vorticity substance are investigated by analyzing the MPVS with precipitation mass forcing. It is found that torrential rain can cause an obvious...
How will the western North Pacific subtropical ... [2014.11.20]
hechao.png The results show that the projected changes in the WNPSH intensity is highly inconsistent among the models
IAP scientists reveal the topographic effects o... [2014.11.17]
yuan2.jpg It's found that the spatiotemporal features of rainfall events are highly correlated with the topography. The largest frequency of total and short-duration rainfall events locates in the southeaste...
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