Xuguang SUN

Professor


xgsun@nju.edu.cn
025-89681196

Education
 Sep. 2001 - Jun. 2005Nanjing University Ph. D. of atmospheric sciences.
 Sep. 1997 - Jun. 2001Nanjing University Undergraduate of atmospheric sciences.
Work Experience
 Dec. 2018 - currentNanjing University
School of Atmospheric Sciences
Professor
 Dec. 2008 - Dec. 2018Nanjing University
School of Atmospheric Sciences
Associate Professor
 Sep. 2013 - Aug. 2014CAPS, University of Oklahoma, USA
Visiting scholar
 Oct. 2009 - Jan. 2010CCSR, University of Tokyo, Japan
Visiting scholar
 Jul. 2009 - Oct. 2009IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany
Visiting scholar
 Jul. 2005 - Dec. 2008Nanjing University
School of Atmospheric Sciences
Lecturer
Research Interests

   multi-scale climate variability of East Asian summer monsoon
   extreme event and intraseasonal variability
   climate dynamics
   numerical modeling
   air-sea interaction

Teaching Interests

   Numerical Weather Prediction
   Methods for Climate Prediction
   Climate Dynamics
   Air-Sea interaction

Selected Publications
 1.Xuguang Sun, Guixiang Jiang, Xuejuan Ren, Xiu-Qun Yang, 2016: Role of intraseasonal oscillation in the persistent extreme precipitation over Yangtze River basin during June 1998. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121(18), 10453-10469, doi: 10.1002/2016JD025077
 2.Sun, X. G., Greatbatch, R. J., Park, W., Latif, M. 2010. Two major modes of variability of the East Asian Summer Monsoon. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 136: 829-841
 3.Xuguang Sun, Yiming Xu, Zhiqi Zhang and Xiu-Qun Yang, 2019: The tropical and extratropical-origin summer meridional teleconnections over East Asia. Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-018-04610-2
 4.Zhiqi Zhang, Xuguang Sun*, Xiu-Qun Yang*, 2018: Understanding the interdecadal variability of East Asian summer monsoon precipitation: Joint influence of three oceanic signals, Journal of Climate, 31, 5485–5506, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0657.1
 5.Sun, X., Tao, L., Yang, X.-Q., 2018: The influence of oceanic stochastic forcing on the atmospheric response to midlatitude North Pacific SST anomalies. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(17), 9297-9304. https:// doi.org/10.1029/2018GL078860
 6.Sun, X., M. Xue, J. Brotzge, R. A. McPherson, X.-M. Hu, and X.-Q. Yang, 2016: An evaluation of dynamical downscaling of Central Plains summer precipitation using a WRF-based regional climate model at a convection-permitting 4 km resolution, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 121(23), 13801–13825, doi:10.1002/2016JD024796.
 7.Wang, X.M., Sun, X. G.*, Tang, J.P., Yang, X.Q., 2015. Urbanization-induced regional warming in Yangtze River Delta: potential role of anthropogenic heat release. International Journal of Climatology, 35: 4417-4430. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4296.
 8.Wang Y.F., Sun, X.G.*, Yang, X.Q., 2017. Role of snow depth in the influence of El Nino on summer climate anomalies over East Asia. Journal of Geophysics-Chinese Edition, 60(9): 3325-3337. doi:10.6038/cjg20170905. (in Chinese with English abstract).
 9. Xia, Y., Sun, X.G.*, Yan Y., Feng, W.F., Huang, F., Yang, X.Q., 2017. Change of ENSO Characteristics in response to global warming, Chinese Science Bulletin, 62: 1738-1751. doi: 10.1360/N972016-01225. (in Chinese with English abstract).
Awards, Honors, Positions and Services

First prize in Natural Science Award of China’s Ministry of Education, 'El Nino related tropical air-sea interaction mechanism and seasonal climate predictability study', 5/6, 2007.

Committee member, Committee on Tropical and Oceanographic Meteorology, Chinese Meteorological Society.

Major Research Grants

1. National Key R,D Program of China (2018YFC1505803), Predictable assessment and predictability study on the extreme weather events at the 10-30-day time scale, 2018.12-2021.11, 3,520,000 yuan, ongoing, PINational Natural Science Foundation of China (Project of Free Application), 41775074, Diversity and mechanism of East Asian Summer precipitation anomalies in El Nino decaying summer, 2018/01-2021/12, 680,000 yuan, ongoing, PI

2. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project of Free Application), 41275069, Mechanism of impact of South Asian Summer Monsoon precipitation variation on that over East Asia at interannual time scale, 2013/01-2016/12, 760,000 yuan, concluded, PI  

3. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project for Young Scientists Fund), 40705028, Role of interdecadal Pacific SST change in the relationship between ENSO and East Asian summer monsoon, 2008/01-2010/12, 190,000 yuan, concluded, PI

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