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Detectable anthropogenic shift toward heavy precipitation over eastern China(2017.02.14)  
Beijing MST Radar detection of the lower, middle and upper atmosphere(2017.02.09)  
What’s Responsible for the Uncertainty of 2°C Threshold-crossing time over the China region?(2017.01.26)  
Why Has ENSO Been More Difficult to Predict since 2000?(2017.01.25)  
IAP Scientists Improve ensemble-mean forecasting of ENSO events(2017.01.24)  
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[Seminar on 22 Feb] Land Surface Role in Weather and Climate Predic...(2017.02.14)  
Call for papers to AAS Special Issue on Cloud (Deadline: 15 March 2...(2017.01.13)  
LASG Newsletter Vol. 1/No. 1 Dec 2016(2016.12.19)  
[Seminar on 17 Nov] Nonparametric and quantile regression approache...(2016.11.02)  
[Seminar on 7 Nov.] Precipitation response to a warming climate(2016.11.02)  
[Seminar on 4 Nov] Future increases in Arctic precipitation and pos...(2016.11.02)  
[Seminar on 8 Nov] Development of Resilient Design through the Unde...(2016.10.24)  
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What`s New
LASG High-resolution Atmospheric General Circul... [2017.01.18]
awarding ceremony.jpg At a recent National Supercomputer Centre in Guangzhou (NSCC-GZ) 2016 Users Group Annual meeting, high-resolution atmospheric general circulation model (GCMs) FAMIL (Finite volume Atmospheric Model...
Pave the Way for TanSat Carbon Data Processing [2016.12.27]
Tansat.png The TanSat mission is designed to retrieve the atmosphere column-averaged CO2 dry air mole fraction (XCO2) with precisions of 1% (4 ppm). “TanSat data will be used in CO2 detection and climate cha...
The 8th TEA Graduate Students Science Forum was... [2016.11.24]
graduate forum.jpg The 8th Graduate Students Science Forum of CAS key laboratory of regional climate-environment for East Asia (TEA) / START Regional Center for East Asia was held on November 16th, 2016 in Beijing.
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