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Record-setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019(2020.01.14)  
ENSO Heat Engine Shifts Eastward under Global Warming(2020.01.13)  
Scientists Recommend a Customized Regional Climate model over Southeast Asia(2020.01.10)  
Global Arid Regions Become Wetter after Volcanic Eruptions(2019.12.31)  
Scientists Reveal Influence of Ice Particle Properties on Stratiform Cloud Precipitation(2019.12.31)  
LASG Newsletter (Dec 2019)(2019.12.31)  
[Seminar on Jan 7] An efficient reduced sampling Monte Carlo method...(2019.12.27)  
[Seminar on Dec 27] Thermodynamic and Dynamic Mechanisms for Hydrol...(2019.12.17)  
[Seminar on Dec 30] Development of Optimized Radar Data Assimilatio...(2019.12.17)  
[Seminar on Dec 19] Global climate impacts of the Indian Ocean warm...(2019.12.17)  
Call for papers: CMIP6 Experiments: Model and Dataset Description(2019.12.12)  
[Seminar on Dec 19] Global climate impacts of the Indian Ocean warm...(2019.12.12)  
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Research shows arid regions have more precipita... [2020.01.16]
volcano.jpg Chinese researchers have disclosed that arid regions become wetter after different types of volcanic eruptions
China-led Study Shows World's Oceans Hottest on... [2020.01.15]
ocean and human_s.jpg The world's oceans in 2019 were the warmest in recorded human history, a new article said Tuesday. Conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes worldwide, the study also f...
Xi honors ZENG Qingcun with China's top science... [2020.01.10]
证书.jpg President Xi Jinping presented China's top science award to Huang Xuhua and Zeng Qingcun on Friday for their outstanding contributions to scientific and technological innovation.
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