XIN Xiaoge(辛晓鸽) Coupled Model
Climate Model Division
National Climate Center
Address: No. 46 Zhongguancun Nandajie Street, Haidian District, Beijing 100081, China
2002-2007 M.S.& Ph.D. in Meteorology, LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
Specialty: Climate change in East China and its physical mechanisms
1998-2002 B.S. in Meteorology, Lanzhou University, China
2007-Present Associate Researcher, Climate Modeling Division, National Climate Center
1. Xin Xiaoge, Yu Rucong, Zhou Tianjun, and Wang Bin (2006). “Late-spring Drought in South China in recent decades.” Journal of Climate, 19, 3197-3206.
2. Xin Xiaoge, Zhou Tianjun, and Yu Rucong (2008). “The Arctic Oscillation in coupled climate models.” Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 51 (2), 223-239.
3. Xin Xiaoge, Li Zhaoxin, Yu Rucong, and Zhou Tianjun (2008). “Impacts of upper tropospheric cooling upon late-spring drought in East Asia simulated by a regional climate model.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 25( 4), 555-562.
4. Xin Xiaoge, Zhou Tianjun, and Yu Rucong (2010). “Increased Tibetan Plateau snow depth: an indicator of the connection between enhanced winter NAO and late spring tropospheric cooling over East Asia.” Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 27 (4), 788-794.