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Chinese and Norwegian Scientists Investigate the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and Its Climate Impacts by Using CMIP5 models(2016.09.27)  
Scientists Find An Unusual Westward Extension of the Western Pacific Subtropical High in Late Summer(2016.08.23)  
Scientists Find Increasing Flash Droughts over China(2016.08.19)  
IAP Releases a New Gridded Ocean Temperature Dataset for 1940-2015(2016.07.25)  
Will Temperature Extremes Increase in Northeast Asia?(2016.07.22)  
[Seminar on 30 Sept.] Jet Streams, Vortices, and the Antarctic Ozon...(2016.09.27)  
[Seminar on 21 Sept.] Clouds after Paris: Why we must and how we ca...(2016.09.18)  
[Seminoar on 19 Sept.] Climate Feedbacks by Tropical Low Clouds: co...(2016.09.02)  
[Seminar on 7 Sept.] Understanding Black Carbon (BC) Atmospheric Ag...(2016.09.02)  
[Seminar on 12 Sept]How to get published – Nature Climate Change a...(2016.09.02)  
Special Issue: Aerosols, Clouds, Radiation, Precipitation,and Their...(2016.08.19)  
Call for Papers to Special Issue: Impact of a Rapidly Changing Arct...(2016.08.19)  
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Scientific conference looks at the ocean in a w... [2016.09.14]
CLIVAR.png New research into the complex interactions between the ocean and the global climate – as evidenced by the recent super El Nino - will be examined at the Open Science Conference of World Climate Re...
IAP conducted field campaign on the stratospher... [2016.09.09]
lhasa.jpg IAP/CAS collaborated with Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences (CAMS) to conduct field campaign on stratosphere-troposphere exchange over the Tibetan Plateau during 2016 summer. In this campa...
The 13th AOGS Annual Meeting is held in Beijing [2016.08.23]
20160805-11.jpg The 13th Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Annual Meeting was held in Beijing, China from July 31st to August 5th 2016.
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