Welcome to the School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

WANG Yue

Time:2018-06-06Views:506

  Yue Wang Associate Professor

  

Office Ocean building 410B

Tel13761119153

Email: 163wangyue@tongji.edu.cn

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Mailing AddressSchool of Ocean and   Earth Science, Tongji   University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai   200092, China

 

  

  Education

2009.03 – 2013.03PhD Degree in Science:Marine Geology, Tongji University;PhD ThesisThe evolution of Asian-Pacific climate forced by transient solar insolation

2006.09 – 2009.03Master Degree in Science:Marine Geology, Tongji University;Master ThesisModeling the influences of Tropical Sea surface temperature on ITCZ and summer monsoon during the Last Glacial Maximum 

2002.09 – 2006.06Bachelor Degree in Science: Geophysics,Tongji University;Bachelor ThesisThe illumination analyzing of Seismic observation system based on Ray tracing methods 

  Employment

   2016.01 Now,Associate Professor, State Key Lab of Marine Geology, Tongji University

  2013.04 – 2016.01  Postdoc, Chinese Academic of Meteorological Science (CAMS), Beijing

  Research interests

        The simulation of Paleoceanographic and Paleoclimate at multiple timescales, including the Holocene, the LGM and at orbital timescales (especially precessional periods).

        Projects

        “Comparison of the tropical Pacific climatic evolution at the orbital timescales using multi-proxies and multi-models” (No.

10120172016KJ005), 2016 annual Young talent person of Tongji University, the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, Chaired

        “Precessional forced ENSO-like paleoclimate in the tropical Pacific” (No. 41606045), 2017.01 to 2019.12 NSFC (Young), Chaired

        The China Postdoctoral Science Foundation funded project (No.2014M550913), 2014.05 – 2015.12, Chaired 

       Publications

       [1] Wang, Y., Jian, Z. M., and Zhao P., Sensitivity of equatorial Pacific Convergence Zone to revised tropical sea surface temperature outside the warm pool during the Last Glacial Maximum, Quaternary Sciences (in Chinese), 2009, 29(2):221-231pdf

       [2] Wang, Y., Jian, Z. M., and Zhao P., Sensitivity of tropical precipitation caused by the low latitude sea surface temperature during the Last Glacial Maximum, Quaternary Sciences (in Chinese), 2011, 31(2):244-255.pdf

       [3] Wang, Y., Z. Jian, and Zhao P., Extratropical modulation on Asian summer monsoon at precessional bands, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2012, 39, L14803, doi:10.1029/2012GL052553.links

       [4] Wang Yue, Jian ZhiMin, Zhao Ping, Dang Haowen, Xiao Dong. Solar forced transient evolution of Pacific upper water thermal structure during the Holocene in an earth system model of intermediate complexity. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2013, 58 (15): 1832-1837. Doi:10.1007/s11434-012-5576-2.links

       [5] Xiao Dong, Zhao Ping, Wang Yue, and Zhou XiuJi. Modeling the climatic implications and indicative sense of the Guliya δ18O-temperature proxy record to the ocean-atmosphere system during the past 130ka. Climate of the Past, 2013, 9: 735-747. Doi:10.5194/cp-9-735-2013.links

       [6] Xiao Dong, Zhao Ping, Wang Yue, Tian Qinhua and Zhou XiuJi. Millennial-scale phase relationship between North Atlantic deep-level temperature and Qinghai-Tibet Plateau temperature and its evolution since the Last Interglaciation. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2014, 59(1): 75-81. doi: 10.1007/s11434-013-0028-1. links

       [7] Wang, Y., P. Zhao, Z.Jian, D. Xiao, and J. Chen (2014), Precessional forced extratropical North Pacific mode and associated atmospheric dynamics, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119(6), 3732-3745,  doi:10.1002/2013JC009765links

       [8] Wang, Y., Z. Jian, P. Zhao, J. Chen, and D. Xiao (2015), Precessional forced evolution of the Indian Ocean Dipole, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120(5), 3747-3760, doi:10.1002/2015JC010713.links

       [9] Wang, Y., Z. Jian, P. Zhao, D. Xiao, and J. Chen  (2016), Relative roles of land- and ocean-atmosphere interactions in Asian-Pacific thermal contrast variability at the precessional band, Scientific Reports, 6, 28349, doi:10.1038/srep28349links

       [10] Xiao D., P. Zhao, Y. Wang, X. Zhou. Responses of the summer Asian-Pacific zonal thermal contrast and the associated evolution of atmospheric circulation to transient orbital changes during the Holocene. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 35816; doi: 10.1038/srep35816.

       [11] Wang Yue, Jian Zhimin, Zhao Ping, Dang Haowen, Liu Zhongfang, Xiao Dong, Chen Junming. Two anomalous modes of the precessional modulated annual cycle in the tropical Pacific. 2017, Climate Dynamics, Under review,CLDY-D-17-00768.

  Awards

      2013Excellent PhD thesis, Tongji University

      2012  National Scholarship of PhD student 

      Serving on academic journal

2017.5 Reviewer of Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology

  Serving on academic organization

2017.01 Committee Member of Paleoclimate simulation, Chinese Association for Quaternary Research



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