ZUO Jinqing(左金清) Ph.D / Professor
Sept. 2002-Jun. 2006 B.S., College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University
Sept. 2006-Jun.2011 Ph.D., College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University
Jul. 2011-Jun. 2013 Postdoc, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences
Jul. 2013-Oct. 2013 Research Assistant, Laboratory for Climate Studies, National Climate Center
Nov. 2013-Nov.2019 Associate Professor, Laboratory for Climate Studies, National Climate Center
Dec. 2019-Present Professor, Laboratory for Climate Studies, National Climate Center
Climate dynamics and climate impact
1. “Eastward propagation of North Atlantic sea surface temperature anomaly signals and their impact on the interannual variability of East Asian summer climate”, a project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 41975102)
2. “Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO) and its impact on the interannual variability of East Asian climate”, a project supported by CMA National Key Technology Research and Development Program (Grant No. 2018YFC1506003)
1. Jinqing Zuo, Weijing Li, Chenghu Sun, and Hongchang Ren (2019). “Remote forcing of the northern tropical Atlantic SST anomalies on the western North Pacific anomalous anticyclone.” Climate Dynamics, 52, 2837-2853.
2. Jinqing Zuo, Hongli Ren, Weijing Li, and Lei Wang (2016). “Interdecadal variations in the relationship between the winter North Atlantic Oscillation and temperature in South-Central China.” Journal of Climate, 29 (20), 7477-7493.
3. Jinqing Zuo, Hongli Ren, Jie Wu, Yu Nie, and Qiaoping Li (2016). “Subseasonal variability and predictability of the Arctic Oscillation /North Atlantic Oscillation in BCC_AGCM2.2.” Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 75, 33-45.
4. Jinqing Zuo, Hongli Ren, Bingyi Wu, and Weijing Li (2016). “Predictability of winter temperature in China from previous autumn Arctic sea ice.” Climate Dynamics, 47 (7-8), 2331-2343.
5. Jinqing Zuo, Hongli Ren, and Weijing Li (2015). “Contrasting impacts of the Arctic Oscillation on surface air temperature anomalies in Southern China between early and middle-to-late winter.” Journal of Climate, 28 (10), 4015-4026.
6. Jinqing Zuo, Weijing Li, Chenghu Sun, Li Xu, and Hongli Ren (2013). “Impact of the North Atlantic sea surface temperature tripole on the East Asian summer monsoon.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 30(4), 1173-1186.
7. Jinqing Zuo, Jianping Huang, Jiemin Wang, Wu Zhang, Jianrong Bi, Guoyin Wang, Weijing Li, and Peijian Fu (2009). “Surface turbulent flux measurements over the Loess Plateau for a semi-arid climate change study.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 26(4), 679-691.
8. Jinqing Zuo, Weijing Li, and Hongli Ren (2013). “Representation of the Arctic Oscillation in the CMIP5 Models.” Advances in Climate Change Research, 4(4), 242-249.
9. Jinqing Zuo, Weijing Li, Hongli Ren, and Lijuan Chen (2012). “Change of the relationship between spring NAO and East Asian Summer Monsoon and its possible mechanism.” Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 55(1), 23-34.
10. Jinqing Zuo, Hongli Ren, Weijing Li, Peiqun Zhang, and Mingzhu Yang (2009). “Intra-seasonal characteristics of the water vapor transport associated with the low-frequency rainfall regimes over Southern China in summer.” Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 52(5), 922-935.
11. Jinqing Zuo, Jiemin Wang, Jianping Huang, Weijing Li, Guoyin Wang, and Hongli Ren (2011). “Estimation of ground heat flux and its impact on the surface energy budget for a semi-arid grassland.” Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 3(1), 41-50.
12. Hongli Ren, Jinqing Zuo*, Yi Deng (2019). “Statistical predictability of Nino indices for two types of ENSO.” Climate Dynamics, 52, 5361-5382.