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Why Has ENSO Been More Difficult to Predict since 2000?
IAP Scientists Improve ensemble-mean forecasting of ENSO events
Does a Super El Nino Help the Forecasting of the 2015 Extreme S...
Applying Ocean Data Assimilation in a Coupled Model to Improve ...
Special Issue on the Forecast and Evaluation of Meteorological ...
Anthropogenic Groundwater Extraction Affects both Hydrology and...
IAP Scientists Find Heavy Air pollution in Beijing Originated f...
Quirky summer monsoon behaviors affect rainfall in East Asia
Scientists Present a New View on General Circulation Model Simu...
Scientists Revealed the Evolution of a typical Low-level Jet Ev...
The Impacts of East Asian Dust Deposition on Marine Biological ...
IAP Achieved New Understanding of Local Heavy Rainfall Events o...
Future PM2.5 air pollution over China
IAP Reveals Characteristics of Cloud-to-ground and Intracloud L...
IAP Scientists Depict South China Sea Summer Monsoon Onset duri...
Changes of the Transitional Climate Zone in East Asia
AAS Publishes Special Issue Research Collection on Severe Weath...
Asymmetrical Impact of AMO on Central Eurasian Winter Temperature
IAP Finds Strengthened Relationship between the AAO and ENSO
Scientists Identified Biases of the ENSO-the Northwest Pacific ...
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