WU Tongwen

WU Tongwen(吴统文) Professor / Doctoral Supervisor, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences / General-Director, Climate System Modeling Division

National Climate Center
China Meteorological Administration
No.46 Zhongguangcun Nandajie Street, Beijing 100081, China
Tel: 86-10-68406403
Fax: 86-10-68406403
E-Mail: twwu@cma.gov.cn

Honors

• State Council Special Allowance for Expert in Nature Science Research in 2012
• Leading Talent in China Meteorological Administration in 2014

Education

Sept. 1983-Jul. 1987 B.S. in Mathematics, Lanzhou University, China
Sept. 1996-May1998 M.S. in meteorology, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
Sept. 1998-Feb. 2001 Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Work Experience

Sept.1987-Mar.1997 Research Assistant in Meteorology, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, CAS
Apr.1997-Dec.1999 Associate Professor in Meteorology, Lanzhou Institute of Plateau Atmospheric Physics, CAS
Jan.2000- Jul.2001 Associate Professor in Meteorology, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, CAS
Aug.2001- May2003 Associate Professor, Post-doctoral research on atmospheric general circulation model development, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, CAS
Jun.2003-Present Professor, National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration

Research Fields

1. Climate system model development
2. Climate forecast methods
3. Climate dynamics

Recent Main Projects

1. “The Seasonal Climate Prediction Operational System Development Using BCC Climate System Model” Project.
2. “Key Technical for Climate System Model Development and Multi-Model Intercomparison”, a project supported by China Special Fund for Meteorology (Grant No. GYHY200806006).
3. “High-Resolution Climate System Model Development and Evaluations”, a project supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program)(2010CB951902)
4. “The Uncertainty of Key Model Physical Processes in BCC Climate System Model and Its Impacts on East Asian Climate”, a project supported by China Special Fund for Meteorology (Grant No. GYHY201306020).

Publications

1. Jie W., T. Wu*, J. Wang, W. Li, T. Polivka (2015). “Using a deterministic time-lagged ensemble forecast with a probabilistic threshold for improving 6-15 day summer precipitation prediction in China.” Atmospheric Research, 156, 142-159.
2. Jiang J. H.*, H. Su, C. Zhai, T. J. Shen, T. Wu, J. Zhang, A.N.S. Cole, K. V. Salzen, L. J. Donner, C. Seman, A. D. Genio, L. S. Nazarenko, J.-L. Dufresne, M. Watanabe, Y. Morcrette, T. Koshiro, H. Kawai, A. Gettelman, L. Millán, W. G. Read, N. J. Livesey, Y. Kasai, and M. Shiotani (2015). “Evaluating the diurnal cycle of upper tropospheric ice clouds in climate models using SMILES observations.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 72 (3), 1022-1044.
3. Jiang L., Y. Yan, O. Hararuk, N. Mikle, J. Xia, Z. Shi, J. Tjiputra, T. Wu, and Y. Luo (2015). “Scale-dependent performance of CMIP5 Earth System Models in simulating terrestrial vegetation carbon.” Journal of Climate, 28 (13), 5217-5232.
4. Jiang X. *, D. E. Waliser, P.K. Xavier, J. Petch, N. P. Klingaman, S.J. Woolnough, B. Guan, G. Bellon, T. Crueger, C. DeMott, C. Hannay, H. Lin, W. Hu, D. Kim, C. Lappen, M.-M. Lu, H.-Y. Ma, T. Miyakawa, J. A. Ridout, S. D. Schubert, J. Scinocca, K.-H. Seo, E. Shindo, X. Song, C. Stan, W.-L. Tseng, W. Wang, T. Wu, K. Wyser, X. Wu, G. J. Zhang, and H. Zhu, (2015). “Exploring key processes of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO): a joint WGNE MJO Task Force / GEWEX GASS project on the vertical structure and diabatic processes of the MJO-Part I. Climate Simulations.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120 (10), https://doi.org/10.1002/2014JD022375 (revised).
5. Yang B., Y. Zhang, Y. Qian, T. Wu, A. Huang, and Y. Fang (2015). “Parametric sensitivity analysis for the Asian summer monsoon precipitation simulation in the Beijing Climate Center AGCM version 2.1.” Journal of Climate, 28 (14), 5622-5644.
6. Wang F. *, S. Yang, and T. Wu (2015). “Radiation budget biases in AMIP5 models over the East Asian monsoon region.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 119 (23), DOI: 10.1002/2014jd022243.
7. Wu T. *, L. Song, W. Li, Z. Wang, H. Zhang, X. Xin, Y. Zhang, L. Zhang, J. Li, F. Wu, Y. Liu, F. Zhang, X. Shi, M. Chu, J. Zhang, Y. Fang, F. Wang, Y. Lu, X. Liu, M. Wei, Q. Liu, W. Zhou, M. Dong, Q. Zhao, J. Ji, L. Li, and M. Zhou (2014). “An overview of BCC climate system model development and application for climate change studies.” Journal of Meteorological Research, 28 (1), 34-56.
8. Jie W., T. Wu*, J. Wang, W. Li, and X. Liu (2014). “Improvement of 6-15 day precipitation forecasts using a time-lagged ensemble method.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 31(2), 293–304; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-013-3037-8.
9. Liu X. *, T. Wu, S. Yang, Q. Li, Y. Cheng, X. Liang, Y. Fang, W. Jie, and S. Nie (2014). “Relationships between interannual and intra-seasonal variations of the Asian-Western Pacific summer monsoon hindcasted by the BCC_CSM1.1(m).” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 31, 1051-1064.
10. Hoffman F. M. *, J. T. Randerson, V. K. Arora, Q. Bao, P. Cadule, D. Ji, C. D. Jones, M. Kawamiya, S. Khatiwala, K. Lindsay, A.Obata,E.Shevliakova, K. D. Six, J. F. Tjiputra, E. M. Volodin, and T. Wu (2014). “Causes and implications of persistent atmospheric carbon dioxide biases in Earth System Models.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 119 (2), 141-162; DOI:10.1002/2013JG002381.
11. Todd-Brown K.E.O. *, J.T. Randerson, F. Hopkins, V. Arora, T. Hajima, C. Jones, E. Shevliakova, J. Tjiputra, E. Volodin, T. Wu, Q. Zhang, and S. D. Allison (2014). “Changes in soil organic carbon storage predicted by Earth system models during the 21st century.” Biogeosciences, 10 (12), 18969-19004.
12. Wu T. *, W. Li, J. Ji, X. Xin, L. Li, Z. Wang, Y. Zhang, J. Li, F. Zhang, M. Wei, X. Shi, F. Wu, L. Zhang, M. Chu, W. Jie, Y. Liu, F. Wang, X. Liu, Q. Li, M. Dong, X. Liang, Y. Gao, and J. Zhang (2013). “Global carbon budgets simulated by the Beijing climate center climate system model for the last century.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118 (10), 4326-4347; DOI: 10.1002/jgrd.50320.
13. Jin X., T. Wu*, and L. Li (2013). “The quasi-stationary feature of nocturnal precipitation in the Sichuan Basin and the role of the Tibetan Plateau.” Climate Dynamics, 41, 977-994; DOI: 10.1007/s00382-012-1521-y.
14. Gao Y., T. Wu*, B. Chen, J. Wang, and Y. Liu (2013). “A numerical simulation of microphysical structure of cloud associated with the 2008 winter freezing rain over southern China.” Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 91(2), 101-117, DOI:10.2151/jmsj.2013-202.
15. Xin X.*, T. Wu, and J. Zhang (2013). “Introduction of CMIP5 experiments carried out with the climate system models of Beijing Climate Center.” Advances in Climate Change Research, 4(1), 41-49; DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1248.2013.041.
16. Qu W.*, J. Wang, S. Gao, and T. Wu (2013). “Effect of the strengthened western Pacific subtropical high on summer visibility decrease over eastern China since 1973.” Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, 118 (13), 7142-7156; DOI:10.1002/jgrd.50535.
17. Lu Y.*, M. Zhou, and T. Wu (2013). “Validation of parameterizations for the surface turbulent fluxes over sea ice with CHINARE 2010 and SHEBA data.” Polar Research, 32 (1), 20818; http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v32i0.20818.
18. Mora C.*, C.-L.Wei, A. Rollo, T. Amaro, A.R. Baco, D. Billett, L. Bopp, Q. Chen, M.Collier, R. Danovaro, A.J. Gooday, B.M. Grupe, P.R. Halloran, J. Ingels, D.O.B. Jones, L.A.Levin, H.Nakano, K.Norling, E.Ramirez-Llodra, M.Rex, H.A. Ruh, C.R. Smith, A.K. Sweetman, A.R.Thurber, J. F. Tjiputra, P. Usseglio, L.Watling, T. Wu, and M. Yasuhara (2013). “Biotic and human vulnerability to projected ocean biogeochemistry change over the 21st century.” PLoS Biol, 11(10), e1001682; DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001682
19. Xin X.*, L. Zhang, J. Zhang, T. Wu, and Y. Fang (2013). “Climate change projections over East Asia with BCC_CSM1.1 climate model under RCP scenarios.” J. Met. Soc. of Japan, 91 (4), 413-429.
20. Huang A.*, Y. Zhang, Z. Wang, T. Wu, D. Huang, Y. Zhou, Y. Zhao, Y. Huang, X. Kuang, L. Zhang, Y. Fang, Y. Guo (2013). “Extended range simulations of the extreme snow storms over southern China in early 2008 with the BCC_AGCM2.1 model.” J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 8253-8273; DOI:10.1002/jgrd.50638.
21. Arora V.*, G. Boer, P. Friedlingstein, M. Eby, C. Jones, J. Christian, G. Bonan, L.Bopp, V. Brovkin, P. Cadule, T. Hajima, T. Ilyina, K. Lindsay, J. Tjiputra, and T. Wu (2013). “Carbon-concentration and carbon-climate feedbacks in CMIP5 Earth system models.” J. Climate, 26, 5289-5314.
22. Xin X.*, T. Wu, J. Li, Z. Wang, W. Li, and F. Wu (2013). “How well does BCC_CSM1.1 reproduce the 20th century climate change over China?” Atmos.Oceanic Sci. Let., 6, 21-26.
23. Su H.*, J. H. Jiang, C. Zhai, V.S. Perun, J.T. Shen, A.D. Genio, L.S. Nazarenko, L.J. Donner, L.Horowitz, C. Seman, C.Morcrette, J.Petch, M. Ringer, J. Cole, M. D. S. Mesquita, T.Iversen, J.E. Kristjansson, A.Gettelman, L.Rotstayn, S.Jeffrey, J.-L. Dufresne, M.Watanabe, H. Kawai, T. Koshiro, T. Wu, E.M. Volodin, T.L’Ecuyer, J. Teixeira, and G.L. Stephens (2013). “Diagnosis of Regime-dependent Cloud Simulation Errors in CMIP5 Models Using “A-Train” Satellite Observations and Reanalysis Data.” J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 2762-2780; DOI:10.1029/2012JD018575.
24. Xin X.*, Y. Cheng, F. Wang, T. Wu, and J. Zhang (2013). “Asymmetry of surface climate change under RCP2.6 projections from the CMIP5 models.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 30 (3), 796-805; DOI:10.1007/s00376-012-2151-3.
25. Bao Q.*, P. Lin, T. Zhou, Y. Liu, Y. Yu, G. Wu, B. He, J. He,L. Li, J. Li, Y. Li, H. Liu, F. Qiao, Z. Song, B. Wang, J. Wang, P. Wang, X. Wang, Z. Wang, B. Wu, T. Wu, Y. Xu, H. Yu, W. Zhao, W. Zheng, and L. Zhou (2013). “The Flexible Global Ocean-Atmosphere-Land System model, Spectral Version 2: FGOALS-s2.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 30 (3), 561-576; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-012-2113-9.
26. Wu T.* (2012). “A mass-flux cumulus parameterization scheme for large-scale models: description and test with observations.” Climate Dynamics, 38, 725-744; DOI: 10.1007/ s00382-011-0995-3.
27. Chen H., R. Yu, J. Li, X. Xin, Z. Wang, and T. Wu (2012). “The coherent interdecadal changes of East Asia climate in mid-summer simulated by BCC_AGCM 2.0.1.” Climate Dynamics, 39, 155-163; DOI 10.1007/s00382-011-1154-6.
28. Jiang J.H., H. Su, C. Zhai, V.S. Perun, A.D.Genio, L.S. Nazarenko, L.J. Donner, L. Horowitz, C. Seman, J. Cole, A. Gettelman, M. Ringer, L. Rotstayn, S. Jeffrey, T. Wu, F. Brient, J.-L. Dufresne, H. Kawai, T. Koshiro, M. Watanabe, T. LÉcuyer, E.M. Volodin, T. Iversen, H.Drange, M. D. S. Mesquita, W.G. Read, J.W.Waters, B. Tian, J.Teixeira, and G.L. Stephens (2012). “Evaluation of cloud and water vapor simulations inCMIP5 climate models using NASA “A-Train” satellite observations.” J. Geophys. Res., 117 (D14), DOI: 10.1029/2011JD017237.
29. Ren G., Y. Ding, Z. Zhao, J. Zheng, T. Wu, G. Tang, and Y. Xu (2012). “Recent progress in studies of climate change in China.” Adv. Atmos. Sci., 29 (5), 958-977; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-012-1200-2.
30. Dong M., T. Wu, Z. Wang, Y. Cheng, and F. Zhang (2012). “A Simulation Study on the Extreme Temperature Events of the 20th Century by Using the BCC_AGCM.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 26(4), 489-507.
31. Zhang L., T. Wu, X. Xin, M. Dong, and Z. Wang (2012). “Projections of Annual Mean Air temperature and precipitation over the Globe and in China During the 21st century by the BCC Climate System Model BCC_CSM1.0.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 26 (3), 362-375.
32. Zhang L., M. Dong, and T. Wu (2011). “Changes in precipitation extremes over Eastern China simulated by the Beijing Climate Center Climate System Model (BCC_CSM1.0).” Climate Research, 50, 227-245.
33. Wu T.*, R. Yu, F. Zhang, Z. Wang, M. Dong, L. Wang, X. Jin, D. Chen, and L. Li (2010). “The Beijing Climate Center atmospheric general circulation model: description and its performance for the present-day climate.” Climate Dynamics, 34, 123-147; DOI: 10.1007/s00382-008-0487-2.
34. Dong M., T. Wu, Z. Wang, and F. Zhang (2010). “Simulations of the tropical intraseasonal oscillation by the atmospheric general circulation model of the Beijing Climate Center.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 24 (5), 1-23.
35. Jin X., T. Wu*, L. Li, and C. Shi (2009). “Cloudiness characteristics over Southeast Asia from satellite FY-2C and their comparison to three other cloud data sets.” J. Geophys. Res., 114, D17207; DOI: 10.1029/2008JD011422.
36. Wu T.*, R. Yu, and F. Zhang (2008). “A modified dynamic framework for atmospheric spectral model and its application.” J. Atmos. Sci., 65, 2235-2253.
37. Chen H., T. Wu*, and W. Dong (2008). “Middle-latitude land-sea thermal contrast and its connection to the East Asian summer precipitation.” J. Climate, 21, 4992-5007.
38. Liu Y., J. Yan, T. Wu, Y. Guo, L. Chen, and J. Wang (2008). “Prediction research of climate change trends over north China in the future 30 years.” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 22 (1), 42-50.
39. Wu T.*, Z. Wang, Y. Liu, R. Yu, and G. Wu (2004). “An evaluate the effects of cloud parameterization in the R42L9 GCM.” Adv.Atmos.Sci., 21, 153-162.
40. Wu T., and G. Wu (2004). “An empirical formula to compute snow cover fraction in GCMs.” Adv.Atmos.Sci., 21, 529-535.
41. Wang Z., G. Wu, T. Wu, and R. Yu (2004). “Simulation of Asian Monsoon Seasonal Variations with Climate Model R42L9/LASG.” Adv.Atmos.Sci., 21, 879-889.
42. Wu T.*, and Z. Qian (2003). “The relation between the Tibetan winter snow and the Asian summer monsoon and rainfall: an observational investigation.” J. Climate, 16, 2038-2051.
43. Wu T.*, P. Liu, Z. Wang, Y. Liu, R. Yu, G. Wu (2003). “The performance of atmospheric component model R42L9 Of GOALS/LASG.” Adv.Atmos.Sci., 20,726-742.
44. Wu T.*, G. Zheng, Z. Qu, and D. Wei (1992). “Meridional wind at 100 hPa level and the annual variation of total ozone over the northern hemisphere.” Chinese J. Atmos. Sci., 16 (3), 249-253.

Publications in Chinese
45. Zhang F., T. Wu*, J. Zhang, S. Li, J. Wang (2016). “Variations of tropospheric ozone in the 20th century simulated by BCC-AGCM-ChemO model (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 35 (1), 158-171; DOI: 10.7522/j.issn.1000-0534.2014.00118 .
46. Li S., T. Wu*, J. Zhang, F. Zhang, and J. Wang (2015). “The global O3 simulation in the 20th century from BCC_AGCM_ChemO model: climatological basic state and seasonal variations (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 34 (6), 1601-1615.
47. He H.*, Q. Li, T. Wu, H. Tang, and Z. Hu (2014). “Temperature and precipitation evaluation of monthly dynamic extended range forecast operational system DERF2.0 in China (in Chinese).” Journal of Meteorological Research and Application, 38 (5), 950-964.
48. Zhang, F.*, M. Dong, and T. Wu (2014). “Evaluation of the ENSO features simulations as done by the CMIP5 models (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 72(1), 30-48.
49. Wu T.*, X. Liu, X. Liang, Q. Li, Y. Chen, W. Zhou, S. Nie, L. Zhang, W. Jie, Y. Fang, Z. Wang, Y. Zhang, Y. Lu, M. Chu, and J. Li (2013). “Progress in developing the National Climate Center second-generation short-range operational climate prediction model system (in Chinese)” J. Applied Meteoro. Sci, 24 (5), 533-543.
50. Jia X., L. Chen, H. Gao, Y. Wang, Z. Ke, C. Liu, W. Song, T. Wu, G. Feng, Z. Zhao, and W. Li (2013). “Advanced of the short-range climate prediction in China (in Chinese).” J. Applied Meteoro. Sci., 24 (6), 641-655.
51. Zhang L., Y. Ding, T. Wu, X. Xin, Y. Zhang, and Y. Xu (2013). “The 21st century annual mean surface air temperature change and the 2 degree warming threshold over the globe and China as projected by the CMIP5 models (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 71 (6), 1047-1060.
52. Zhang L., T. Wu, X. Xin, J. Zhang, Y. Fang, Z. Wang, and M. Wei (2013). “The annual modes of tropical precipitation simulated by the Beijing Climate Center Climate System Model (BCC_CSM) (in Chinese).” Chinese J. of Atmos. Sci., 37 (5), 994-1012.
53. Dong M., T. Wu, Z. Wang, X. Xin, and F. Zhang (2013). “Simulation of the precipitation and its variation during the 20th century using the BCC Climate Model (BCC_CSM1.0) (in Chinese).” J. Applied Meteoro.Sci., 24 (1), 1-11.
54. Nie S., Y. Luo, W. Li, T. Wu, X. Shi, and Z. Wang (2012). “Quality Control and Analysis of Global Gauge-Based Daily Precipitation Dataset from 1980 to 2009 (in Chinese).” Advances in Climate Change Research, 3 (1), 45-53.
55. Gao F., X. Xin, and T. Wu (2012). “A study of the prediction of regional and global temperature on decadal time scale with BCC_CSM1.1 model (in Chinese).” Chinese J. of Atmos. Sci., 36 (6), 1165-1179.
56. Liu X., W. Li, T. Wu, and X. Xiao (2012). “The comparison of different inversion methods of background error covariance matrix in assimilation experiments of altimeter data (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 34 (5), 65-73.
57. Gao Y., T. Wu*, and B. Chen (2011). “Anomalous thermodynamic conditions for freezing rain in southern China in January 2008 and their cause (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, V30(6), 1526-1533.
58. Liu X., W. Li, T. Wu, and X. Xiao (2011). “A preliminary analysis of the quality control and assimilation of the ocean temperature and salinity data from the GTS in the BCC_GODAS2.0 (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 69 (4), 672-681.
59. Nie S., Y. Luo, W. Li, and T. Wu (2011). “A gauge-based global daily precipitation dataset from 1980 to 2009: quality control and evaluation (in Chinese).” Advances in Climate Change Research, 7 (4), 235-242.
60. Guo Z., C. Wu, T. Zhou, and T. Wu (2011). “A comparison of cloud radiative forcing simulated by LASG/IAP and BCC atmospheric general circulation models (in Chinese).” Chinese J. Atmos. Sci., 35 (4), 739-752.
61. Jie W., and T. Wu* (2010). “Hindcast for the 1998 summer heavy precipitation in the Yangtze and Huaihe river valleys using BCC_AGCM2.0.1 model (in Chinese).” Chinese J. Atmos. Sci., 34 (5), 962-978.
62. Liu X., W. Li, T. Wu, and X. Xiao (2010). “The assimilation results of ocean temperature and salinity data from GTS in BCC_GODAS2.0. (in Chinese).” J. Appli. Metero. Sci., 21 (5), 558-569.
63. Hao L., W. Yang, T. Wu, J. Zhao, and G. Shi (2010). “Optical properties and radiative forcing effect of dust aerosol (in Chinese).” J. Desert Res., 30 (6), 1477-1482.
64. Hao L., W. Yang, T. Wu, G. Shi, J. Zhao, and Y. Guo (2010). “Study on radiative property of soot-sulfate mixed aerosol (in Chinese).” Plateau meteorology, 29 (5), 1238-1245
65. Dong M., T. WU, Z. Wang, and F. Zhang (2009). “Simulations of the tropical intraseasonal oscillations by the AGCM of the Beijing Climate Center (in Chinese).” Acta Meteo.Sinica, 67(6), 912-922.
66. Xin X., T. Wu, Z. Wang (2009). “Numerical simulation of climate change in the 21 century under two different mitigation scenarios (in Chinese).”ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 67(6), 935-946.
67. Wang L., T. Zhou, T. Wu, and B. Wu (2009). “Simulation of the leading mode of Asian-Australian monsoon interannual cariability with the Beijing Climate Center atmospheric general circulation model (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 67 (6), 973-982.
68. Zhang Y., J. Huang, and T. Wu (2009). “A study on the boundary layer turbulence transfer over the Ejina oasis in the lower reach of the Heihe River (in Chinese).”ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 67 (3), 433-441.
69. Wang L., Q. Li, and T. Wu (2009). “Numerical Study on the Influence of Difference Interpolation Methods on the Stability of Coupled System Model (in Chinese).” J. of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, 32 (2), 230-238.
70. Chen B., Y. Yang, G. Dong, Y. Liu, Z. Wang, and T. Wu (2008). “An application of regional climate model (RegCM_NCC) in operation over the East China (I): A real-time run from December 2007 to February 2008 and hindcasting experiments (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 27 (Suppl.), 22-31.
71. Zhou T., Z. Wang, R. Yu, Y. Yu, Y. Liu, H. Liu, Q. Bao, P. Wang, W. Li, G. Wu, and T. Wu (2005). “The climate system model FGOALS-s using LASG/IAP spectral AGCM SAMIL as its atmospheric component (in Chinese).”ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 63 (5), 702-715.
72. Wang Z., G. Wu, P. Liu, and T. Wu (2005). “The development of GOALS/LASG AGCM and its global climatological features in climate simulation I: Influence of horizontal resolution (in Chinese).” J. Tropical Meteorology, 21 (3), 225-237.
73. Wu T., G. Wu, Z. Wang, and R. Yu (2004). “Simulation of the climate mean state in the GOALS/ LASG model (in Chinese).”ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 62 (1), 20-30.
74. Wu T., G. Wu, and R. Yu (2004). “The evaluation of the ENSO-like interannual variation in the GOALS/LASG model (in Chinese).”ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 62 (2), 154-166.
75. Wu T., Z. Qian, and M. Song (2004). “Improvement Study on Snow Scheme in LSM Scheme of NCAR CCM3 Model (I): Introduction to the Modified Snow Scheme and Its Single Station Tests (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 23 (4), 444-452.
76. Wu T., Z. Qian, and Y. Cai (2004). “Improvement study on snow scheme in LSM scheme of NCAR CCM3 model (II): the GCM simulation experiment analyses (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 23(5), 569-579.
77. Qian Z., T. Wu, M. Song, X. Ma, Y. Cai, and X. Liang (2001). “Arid Disaster and advances in arid climate researches over northwest China (in Chinese).” Advance in Earth Sciences, 16 (1), 28-38.
78. Qian Z., T. Wu, and X. Liang (2001). “Features of mean vertical circulation over the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and its neighborhood (in Chinese).” Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 25 (3), 237-249.
79. Wu T., and Z. Qian (2000). “Further analyses of linkage between Qinghai-Xizang Plateau snow cover anomaly and summer rainfall of Eastern China (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 58, 570-581.
80. Song M., T. Wu, and Z. Qian (2000). “The checking of NCEP reanalysis data for surface heat flux over Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and application to summer precipitation prediction (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 19 (4), 467-475.
81. Wu T., and Z. Qian (1999). “Differences between dry and wet summer in the vertical motion on north side of Qianghai-Xizang Plateau and the thermal impact of Plateau (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 13 (2), 175-187.
82. Wu T., Z. Qian, P. Li, M. Song, and X. Ma (1998). “Some Comparative Analyses of Subsequent Precipitation over Northwest China Drought Area in Winter Heavy-and Light-snow Years over Qinghai-Xizang Plateau (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 17 (4), 364-372.
83. Qian Z., T. Wu, S. Lu, and Y. Jiao (1998). “Numerical Simulation Studies of Northwest China Dry Climate Formation: Effects of Qinghai-Xizang Plateau Terrain and Circulation Fields (in Chinese).” Chinese J. Atmos. Sci., 22 (5), 753-763.
84. Wu T., and Z. Qian (1996). “The comparative analyses of differences between vertical circulation on north side of Tibetan Plateau in wet and dry summer and thermal effects of the Plateau (in Chinese).” ACTA Meteorologica Sinica, 54 (5), 558-568.
85. Wu T.*, and Z. Qian (1996). “Comparative Analyses of Differences between Circulation and Dynamical Effect of Qinghai-Xizang Plateau over Northwest China Drought Area in Dry and Wet Summer (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 15 (4), 387-396.
86. Wu T.*, and Z. Qu (994). “The response of total ozone to the long-term variation of solar activity (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 13 (2), 206-211.
87. Wu T.*, G. Zheng, Z. Qu, and X. Hui (1992). “The relationship between the atmospheric ozone and the temperature over the northern hemisphere (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 11 (2), 208-212.
88. Zheng G., T. Wu, H. He, and Z. Qu (1991). “The analysis of the relation between total ozone and the stratosphere circulation over the northern hemisphere (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 10 (3), 277-286.
89. Wu T.*, G. Zheng, Z. Qu, and H. He (1991). “The analysis of the oscillation of atmospheric total ozone during the period from Jan. 1958 to Dec. 1986 (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 1(4), 406-412.
90. Wang Q., G. Zheng, H. Zhang, T. Wu, and Z. Qu (1990). “The mean circulation characteristics during the pre-warming and post-stages of the sudden stratospheric warming (in Chinese).” Plateau Meteorology, 9 (1), 104-109.

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