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Observed Past Half-degree Warming Rise Serves as Analogues for Future Projections in China Heat extremes(2019.09.05)  
The State of China's Climate in 2018: More Extreme Events, but Less Loss(2019.09.05)  
Air pollution under clear skies reduces sunlight reaching the Earth's surface(2019.08.30)  
Convection-Permitting Models Better Depict the Heavy Rainfall Events in 2016 Eastern China Flooding(2019.08.30)  
Scientists Measure Summertime Aerosol Volatility in Beijing(2019.08.20)  
[Seminar on Sept 10] Survey of TLE observations from Space(2019.09.09)  
[Seminar on Sept 9] Review of Planetary Lightning(2019.09.09)  
[Seminar on Sept 16] From aquaplanets to the South China Sea monsoo...(2019.09.05)  
[Seminar on Sept 12] Impact of Interactive Ozone Chemistry on Surfa...(2019.09.05)  
[Seminar on Sept 10] The Mechanism of the Madden-Julian Oscillation...(2019.09.05)  
[Seminar on Sept 4] Modeling of Extreme Precipitation(2019.08.28)  
[Seminar on Aug 30] Various New Climate Modes and Resulting Extreme...(2019.08.16)  
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Dr. LI Xichen Elected ICPM member [2019.09.17]
QQ截图20190917104931.jpg Dr. LI Xichen is elected member of the International Commission of Polar Meteorology.
AAS Special Issue Selected into Springer [2019.09.05]
W020190904345363506238.jpg The special issue on the National Report to IUGG Centennial by CNC-IAMAS (2011-2018) published by Advances in Atmospheric Sciences is selected into Springer Environmental Sciences Special Issues.
Chinese Scientists Submit National Report to th... [2019.07.08]
special issue.jpg To prepare a progress report for the upcoming IUGG General Assembly in 2019, which happens to be centennial anniversary of IUGG, CNC-IAMAS invited some senior scientists from China to review advanc...
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