GAO Hui(高辉) Chief Forecaster
Climate Prediction Division
Beijing Climate Center
No. 46 Zhongguangcun Nandajie Street, Beijing 100081, China
1. 2015 CMA Leading Talent (National Forecaster)
2. 2018 BCC Leading Talent
3. 2006, 2012, and 2019 China Award for Outstanding Weather Forecasters
Sept.1994-Jun.1998 B.S. in meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
Sept.1998-Jun.-2001 M.S. in meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
Sept.2001-Jun. 2004 PhD in meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
Jun.2004-Sept.2006 Engineer in short-term climate prediction, Climate Prediction Division, National Climate Center, China
Sept.2006-Jun.2012 Associated Professor in short-term climate prediction, Climate Prediction Division, National Climate Center, China
Jun.2012-Present Professor CPD in short-term climate prediction, Climate Prediction Division, National Climate Center, China
Climate prediction and services
Extreme climate events in China
1. National Key Technology Research and Development Program of China project (Grant number 2018YFC1505600).
2. Project supported by the International Cooperation Program of Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2009DFA23010)
3. Project supported by China Special Fund for Meteorological Research in the Public Interest (GYHY201306033)
1. Ding T., Gao H.* (2020). “The record-breaking extreme drought in Yunnan Province during spring and early summer of 2019 and possible causes.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 34(x), 997-1012; DOI: 10.1007/s13351-020-0032-8.
2. Ding T., Gao H.*, and Yuan Y. (2020). “Pre-signal and influencing sources of the extreme cold surges at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic competition zones.” Atmosphere, 11 (5), 436; DOI: 10.3390/atmos11050436.
3. Ding T., Gao H.*, and Li X. (2020). “Increasing occurrence of extreme cold surges in North China during the recent global warming slowdown and the possible linkage to the extreme pressure rises over Siberia.” Atmospheric Research, DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2020.105198.
4. Ding T., Gao H.*, and Yuan Y. (2020). “The dominant invading paths of extreme cold surges and the invasion probabilities in China.” Atmospheric Science Letters, DOI: 10.1002/asl.982.
5. Ding T., Yuan Y., Gao H.*, and Li W. (2019). “Impact of the North Atlantic sea surface temperature on the summer high temperature in northern China.” International Journal of Climatology, 40 (4), 1-14.
6. Ding T., Gao H.*, and Yuan Y. (2019). “The record-breaking northward shift of the western Pacific subtropical high in summer 2018 and the possible role of cross-equatorial flow over the Bay of Bengal.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 139, 701-710; DOI: 10.1007/s00704-019-02997-4.
7. Yuan Y., Gao H.*, and Ding T. (2019). “The extremely north position of the western Pacific subtropical high in summer of 2018: important role of the convective activities in the western Pacific.” International Journal of Climatology, 40(3), DOI: 10.1002/joc.6274
8. Ding T., Yuan Y., Zhang J.M., and Gao H.* (2018). “The hottest summer in China and possible causes. Journal of Meteorological Research, 33 (4), 577-592.
9. Ding T., Gao H.*, and Li W.J. (2018). “Extreme high temperature event in southern China in 2016 and the flows.” International Journal of Climatology, 38 (9), 3579-3594; DOI: 10.1002/joc.5518.
10. Gao J., and Gao H.* (2018). “Influence of the Northeast cold vortex on flooding in Northeast China in summer 2013.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 32, 172-180; DOI:10.1007/s13351-018-7056-3.
11. Gao H., Jiang W., and Li W.J. (2014). “Changed relationships between the East Asian summer monsoon circulations and the summer rainfall in eastern China.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 28 (6), 1075-1084.
12. Gao H., and Li X. (2014). “Influences of El Nino Southern Oscillation events on haze frequency in eastern China during boreal winters.” International Journal of Climatology, 35 (9), 2682-2688.
13. Gao H., Jiang W., Li W.J. (2013). “Transition of the annual cycle of precipitation from double-peak mode to single-peak mode in South China.” Chinese Science Bulletin, 58 (32), 3994-3999.
14. Gao H., Liu Y.Y., Wang Y.G., and Li W.J.(2013). “Precursory influence of the Antarctic Oscillation on the onset of Asian summer monsoon. Chinese Science Bulletin, 58 (6), 678-683.
15. Gao H., Song Y., Kumar A., et al. (2011). “Variations of the East Asian Meiyu and simulation and prediction by the NCEP climate forecast system.” Journal of Climate, 24 (1), 94-108.
16. Gao H., and Song Y. (2008). “A severe drought event in northern China in winter 2008-2009.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 114, D24104; DOI:10.1029.
17. Gao H. (2008). “China’s snow disaster in 2008, who is the principal player?” International Journal of Climatology, 29 (14); DOI: 10.1002/joc.1859.
18. Zhang F. H., Gao H.*, and Cui X. F.(2007). “Frequency of extreme high temperature days in China, 1961-2003.” Weather, 63 (2), 46-49.
19. Gao H., Wang Y. G., and He J. H. (2006). “Weakening significance of ENSO as a predictor of summer precipitation in China.” Geophysical Research Letters, 33 (9), https://doi.org/10.1029/2005GL025511