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Scientists Find Reasons for the Biases in Modeling Variability of Tropical Pacific Air–sea CO2 Fluxes(2019.05.23)  
Scientists Find Possible Causes Leading to Seesaw Pattern of Intercontinental Precipitation(2019.05.23)  
Scientists Reveal Cause for Record-low Coastal Sea Levels in Northeast Pacific during 2013–2014 Winter(2019.05.17)  
Two Types of Mid-latitude Wave Trains Lead to Extreme Heat in South Korea and Southern-Central Japan(2019.05.10)  
Comparison of Global Climatologies Confirms Warming of the Global Ocean(2019.05.10)  
[Seminar on May 16] General circulation and thermodynamics of high ...(2019.05.13)  
[Seminar on May 25] Climate Extremes and Aerosols: attribution of t...(2019.05.13)  
[Seminar on May 31] Strategies for robust hydrological forecasting ...(2019.05.13)  
[Seminar on May 31] Modeling Groundwater Response to Climate Change...(2019.05.13)  
[Seminar on May 13] Investigating the Physical Nature of(2019.05.13)  
[Seminar on April 23] Evaluating and improving predictions of the e...(2019.04.22)  
[Seminar on April 19] Linkage between westerly wind bursts and trop...(2019.04.16)  
What`s New
Seminar on Using Python in Geophysical Applicat... [2019.05.05]
W020190429585412699540.jpg Dr. Kalli Furtado from the Met Office was invited to give a seminar entitled “Using Python in Geophysical Applications”.
University of Sussex Delegation Visits IAP [2019.04.16]
Sussex.jpg University of Sussex delegation visited the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on April 12, 2019.
Water Cycle in East Asia Workshop [2019.03.27]
20190327-1.jpg On March 19, 2019, a workshop on water cycle in East Asia was held in the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences。
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