Free access to the Special Section commemorating the 30th anniversary of Advances in Atmospheric Sciences


To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Advances in Atmospheric Sciences (sponsored by the Chinese National Committee for IAMAS and IAP/CAS, published by Springer and Science Press), we invite you to freely read and download a special collection of invited papers to reflect the current and emerging hot topics in the field of Atmospheric Sciences until Jan 30th, 2015 (  


  • Special section to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Advances in Atmospheric Sciences  

           Daren Lü, Jiang Zhu, Ming Xue 

  • Potential vorticity and the PV perspective 

           Brian Hoskins 

  • From MONEX to the global monsoon: A review of monsoon system research   

           Yihui Ding, Yanju Liu, Yafang Song, Jin Zhang 

  • On the radiative properties of ice clouds: Light scattering, remote sensing, and radiation parameterization   

           Ping Yang, Kuo-Nan Liou, Lei Bi, Chao Liu, Bingqi Yi, Bryan A. Baum 

  • Light-absorbing particles in snow and ice: Measurement and modeling of climatic and hydrological impact   

           Yun Qian, Teppei J. Yasunari, Sarah J. Doherty, Mark G. Flanner, William K. M.Lau,Jing Ming, Hailong Wang, Mo Wang, Stephen G. Warren, Rudong Zhang 

  • Arctic sea ice and Eurasian climate: A review   

           Yongqi Gao, Jianqi Sun, Fei Li, Shengping He, Stein Sandven, Qing Yan, Zhongshi Zhang, Katja Lohmann, Noel Keenlyside, Tore Furevik, Lingling Suo 

  • Climatic effects of air pollutants over china: A review   

           Hong Liao, Wenyuan Chang, Yang Yang 

  • Climate change in the subtropical jetstream during 1950–2009   

           B. Abish, P. V. Joseph, Ola. M. Johannessen

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