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姓 名:高雅
职 务
职 称:副研究员
研究方向:气候变化,短期气候预测
进所时间:2014-07-01
教育
2005-2009 南京大学 大气科学学院 大气科学系 2009-2014 中国科学院大气物理研究所 气象学
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任职经历
2014- 中国科学院大气物理研究所
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重要著作
1)高雅, 王会军. 2012. 泛亚洲季风区: 定义、降水主模态及其变异特征. 中国科学: 地球科学, 2012, 42: 1–9. ——(英文版)Gao Y, and Wang H J. 2012. Pan-Asian Monsoon and its definition, principal modes of precipitation, and variability features. Science China Earth Sciences, 55: 1–9. 2)Gao Y, Wang H J, and Li S L. 2013. Influences of the Atlantic Ocean on the summer precipitation of the southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research, 118: 1–11, doi: 10.1002/jgrd.50290. 3) Gao Ya, Wang Huijun, and Jiang Dabang, 2015: An intercomparison of CMIP5 and CMIP3 models for interannual variability of summer precipitation in Pan-Asian monsoon region. Int. J. Climatol., 35: 3770–3780, doi: 10.1002/joc.4245. 4) Gao Ya, Wang Huijun, and Chen Dong, 2015: The capability of ENSEMBLES models in predicting the principal modes of Pan-Asian monsoon precipitation. J. Climate, 28: 8486–8510, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0010.1. 5) Gao Ya, Chen Dong, 2017: A Dark October in Beijing 2016. Atmos. Ocean. Sci. Lett., 10(3): 206–213. 6) Gao Ya, 2017: Shift of the principal mode of Pan-Asian monsoon summer precipitation in terms of spatial pattern. Atmos. Ocean. Sci. Lett., 10 (3): 221–227. 7) Gao Ya, Wang Huijun and Chen Dong, 2017: Interdecadal changes in interannual variabity of the South Asian monsoon circulation. Adv. Atmos. Sci., 34(7), doi: 10.1007/s00376-017-6246-8.

代表著作:

1) Gao Ya, Wang Huijun, Chen Dong, 2017: Interdecadal variations of the South Asian summer monsoon circulation variability and the associated sea surface temperatures on interannual scales. 34, 7, 816-832 <摘要>

We investigated the interannual variability of the South Asian summer monsoon (SASM) circulation, which has experienced a significant interdecadal change since 2000. This change is primarily influenced by sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the tropical Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans. During the pre-2000 period examined in this study (1979‒1999), the SASM is negatively correlated with eastern Pacific SSTs (the canonical El Ni&ntilde;o-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) mode) and positively correlated with the negative phase of the North Atlantic SST tripole (NAT). During the post-2000 period (2000‒2014), the SASM is negatively correlated with central Pacific SSTs and positively correlated with the positive phase of the NAT pattern. The associated Pacific SSTs change from eastern to central region, leading to the rising (subsiding) branch of the Walker circulation moving westward to the Maritime Continent in the latter period, which can impact the interannual variability of the SASM through modulating the wind field in the troposphere. In addition to Pacific SSTs, the NAT SSTs can propagate energy from North Atlantic to South Asian High (SAH) region through the wave activity flux, then further impact the SASM via SAH.<br /> Because the SASM is intimately related with precipitation over the Asian region, we briefly discuss the features of the precipitation patterns associated with the SASM during the two periods. The westward shifting Walker circulation leads to the shrinking and weakened anomalous westerlies of SASM in the lower level, inducing the Maritime Continent rainfall location moving westward and more moisture from Pacific Ocean can arrive at the Southern China in the latter period.

2) Gao Ya, 2017: Shift of the principal mode of Pan-Asian monsoon summer precipitation in terms of spatial pattern. 10, 3, 221-227 <摘要>

In paper, it is documented that the principal mode of the Pan-Asian monsoon summer precipitation has experienced a prominent interdecadal shift around 1992/1993 in terms of spatial pattern and major driving factors. During 1979‒1992 (Period 1‒P1), Pan-Asian monsoon summer precipitation anomalies mainly display a meridional dipole pattern from north to south, whereas in the period 1993‒2016 (Period 2‒P2), it shows a meridional tripole pattern instead. The summer precipitation in P1 is primarily associated with a combination of the developing phase (central-eastern Pacific type) and decaying phase (eastern Pacific type) of El Ni&ntilde;o-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) mode; while in P2, it is mainly associated with the eastern Pacific type of ENSO decaying phase.<br />
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