吴立新

院士


中国科学院院士
青岛海洋科学与技术试点国家实验室主任
中国海洋大学副校长


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电子邮箱:chenak@pku.edu.cn
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个人概况


吴立新长期致力于大洋环流与气候研究,在大洋环流基本理论和气候系统年代际变化方面取得了一批有重要国际影响力的原创性成果。在Science、Nature等国际权威杂志上发表论文百余篇,在跨尺度海洋动力过程及海气相互作用领域具有全球影响力。

吴立新作为首席科学家承担了多项科技部、基金委国家重大科研计划项目。依托海洋试点国家实验室,他领导发起了“透明海洋”重大研究计划,推动新一代全球海洋观测网、海洋超算等多项工程的实施,为海洋强国和海上丝绸之路建设提供有力的科技支撑。

 

教育经历


1991-1994,   博士:北京大学                专业:流体力学

1988-1991,   硕士:北京大学                专业:流体力学

1983-1988,   学士:清华大学                专业:流体力学

 

主要科研工作经历


2015-至今, 担任青岛海洋科学与技术试点国家实验室主任

2015-至今,担任中国海洋大学副校长

2005-至今, 进入中国海洋大学工作,担任教授

1995-2005, 在美国威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校大气海洋系从事研究工作

1994-1995,在美国新泽西州罗格斯大学航天与机械工程系做博士后研究

 

主要荣誉


中国科学院院士

发展中国家科学院院士

美国地球物理学会会士

获美国地球物理学会地球与空间科学领导力最高奖

获2018年度国家自然科学二等奖

获全国创新争先奖

 

主要论文列表


  1. Cai, W., M., McPhaden, A., Grimm, R., Rodrigues, A., Taschetto, R., Garreaud, B., Dewitte, G., Poveda, Y., Ham, A., Santoso, B., Ng, W., Anderson, G., Wang, T., Geng, H., Jo, J., Matengo, L., Alves, M., Osman, S., Li, L.-X. Wu, C., Karamperidou, K., Takahashi, and C., Vera, 2020: Impact of El Ni?o-Southern Oscillation on South America in a changing climate. Nature Reviews Earth& Environment, accepted.
  2. Shan, X., Z., Jing, B., Gan, L.-X. Wu, P., Chang, X., Ma, S., Wang, Z., Chen and H., Yang, 2020: Surface Heat Flux Induced by Mesoscale Eddies Cools the Kuroshio-Oyashio Extension Region. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, 2019GL086050.
  3. Gu, S., Liu, Z., and L.-X. Wu, 2020: Timescale Dependence of the Meridional Coherence of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 1-10.https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JC015838.
  4. Sun, B., Chen, Z., Wang, B., and L.-X.Wu, 2020: Seasonal Variation of the North Equatorial Current Bifurcation in Regional Model: Role of Open Boundary Conditions. Ocean Modelling, 145, 101528.
  5. Centurioni, LR., Turton, J., Lumpkin, R., Braasch, L., Brassington, G., Chao, Y., Charpentier, E., Chen, Z., Corlett, G., Dohan, K., Donlon, C., Gallage, C., Hormann, V., Ignatov, A., Ingleby, B., Jensen, R., Kelly-Gerreyn, BA., Koszalka, IM., Lin, X., Lindstrom, E., Maximenko, N., Merchant, CJ, Minnett, P., O’Carroll, A., Paluszkiewicz, T., Poli, P., Poulain, P-M., Reverdin, G., Sun, X., Swail, V., Thurston, S., L.-X. Wu, Yu, L., Wang, B., and Zhang, D., 2019: Global in situ Observations of Essential Climate and Ocean Variables at the Air–Sea Interface. Frontiers in Marine Science. 6:419. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00419.
  6. Li, S., L.-X.Wu *, Yang, Y., Geng, T., Cai, W.*, Gan, B., Chen, Z., Jing, Z., Wang, G., and Ma, X., 2019: The Pacific Decadal Oscillation less predictable under greenhouse warming. Nature Climate Change, doi:10.1038/s41558-019-0663-x.
  7. Wang, S., Jing, Z., Zhang, Q., Chang, P., Chen, Z., Liu, H., and L.-X.Wu, 2019: Ocean Eddy Energetics in the Spectral Space as Revealed by High-Resolution General Circulation Models. Journal of Physical Oceanography, https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-19-0034.1.
  8. Ruan, R. M., X. Y. Chen, J. P. Zhao, W. Perrie, R. Mottram, M. H. Zhang, Y. N. Diao, L. Du, and L.-X.Wu, 2019: Decelerated Greenland ice sheet melt driven by positive summer North Atlantic Oscillation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, DOI: 10.1029/2019JD030689.
  9. Zhang, X., X. Ma, L.-X.Wu, 2019: Effect of Mesoscale Oceanic Eddies on Extratropical Cyclogenesis: a Tracking Approach. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, doi.org/10.1029/2019JD030595.
  10. Jia, F., W. Cai*, L.-X. Wu*, B. Gan, G. Wang, F. Kucharski, P. Chang, N. Keenlyside, 2019: Weakening Atlantic Ni?o-Pacific connection under greenhouse warming. Science Advances, 5, eaax4111.
  11. Geng, T., Y. Yang, L.-X.Wu, 2019: On the mechanisms of Pacific Decadal Oscillation Modulation in Warm Climate. Journal of Climate, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0337.1.
  12. Wang, Q. , W. Cai, W. Zhong, L. Zeng, L.-X. Wu, and D. Wang, 2019: Response of southern china winter rainfall to el ni?o diversity and its relevance to projected southern china rainfall change. Journal of Climate, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0571.1.
  13. Geng, T., W. Cai, L.-X. Wu*, Y. Yang, 2019: Atmospheric Convection Dominates Genesis of ENSO Asymmetry, Geophysical Research Letters, DOI:10.1029/2019GL083213.
  14. Gu, S., Liu, Z., LynchStieglitz, J., Jahn, A., Zhang, J., Lindsay, K., L.-X. Wu. 2019: Assessing the Ability of Zonal d18 O Contrast in Benthic Foraminifera to Reconstruct Deglacial Evolution of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, DOI:10.1029/2019PA003564.
  15. Liu, Y., Cai, W., Sun, C., Song, H., Cobb, K. M., Li, J., S., Leavitt, L.-X.Wu, et al., 2019: Anthropogenic aerosols cause recent pronounced weakening of Asian Summer Monsoon relative to last four centuries. Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1029/2019GL082497. 
  16. Jing, Z., P. Chang, X.Shan, S.Wang, L.-X. Wu and J. Kurian, 2019: Mesoscale SST Dynamics in the Kuroshio-Oyashio Extension Region. Journal of Physical Oceanography, DOI:10.1175/JPO-D-18-0159.1.
  17. LIU, Y., Z. Jing, L.-X. Wu, 2019: Wind Power on Oceanic Near-Inertial Oscillations in the Global Ocean Estimated from Surface Drifters. Geophysical Research Letters, Doi:10.1029/2018GL081712.
  18. Gan, B., Y. Kwon, T. Joyce, K. Chen, L.-X.Wu, 2019: Influence of the Kuroshio interannual variability on the summertime precipitation over the East China and adjacent area. Journal of Climate, doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0538.1.
  19. Cai, W., L.-X.Wu* and coauthors, 2019: Pan-tropical climate interactions. Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.aav4236.
  20. Yu, X, S. Zhang, J. Li, L. Lu, Z. Liu, M. Li, H. Yu, G. Han, X. Lin, L.- X. Wu, P., Chang, 2019: A Multi-Timescale EnOI-like High-Efficiency Approximate Filter for Coupled Model Data Assimilation. Journal of Advances in Modelling Earth Systems, 11, 45-63.
  21. Song, Z., Z. Jing, and L.-X.Wu, 2019: Online Isolation of Near-Inertial Internal Waves in Ocean General Circulation Models. Ocean Model, 134, 30-41.
  22. Cai, W.*, G. Wang, B. Dewitte, L.-X.Wu*, A. Santoso, K. Takahashi, Y. Yang, A. Carreric, and M. J. McPhaden, 2018: Increased variability of Eastern Pacific El Ni?o under greenhouse warming. Nature, DOI: 10.1038/s41586-018-0776-9.
  23. Yang, H., Qiu, B., Chang, P., L. -X. Wu, Wang, S., Chen, Z., and Yang, Y., 2018: Decadal variability of eddy characteristics and energetics in the Kuroshio Extension: Unstable versus stable states. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 123. doi.org/10.1029/2018JC014081.
  24. Jing, Z., P. Chang, S. DiMarco and L. -X. Wu, 2018: Observed Energy Exchange between Low-Frequency Flows and Internal Waves in the Gulf of Mexico, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 48, 995-1008.
  25. Yang, P., Z. Jing, and L. -X. Wu, 2018: An Assessment of Representation of Oceanic Mesoscale Eddy-Atmosphere Interaction in the Current Generation of General Circulation Models and Reanalyses, Geophysical Research Letters, doi.org/10.1029/2018GL080678.
  26. Cai W.*, G. Wang, B. Gan, L. -X. Wu*, A. Santoso, X. Lin, Z. Chen, F. Jia, T. Yamagata, 2018: Stabilised frequency of extreme positive Indian Ocean Dipole under 1.5 °C warming, Nature Communications, DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-03789-6.
  27. Wang, S., Z. Jing, H. Liu, and L. -X. Wu, 2018: Spatial and Seasonal Variations of Submesoscale Eddies in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 48,101-116.
  28. Zhang, L., B. Gan, L. -X. Wu, W. Cai and H. Ma, 2018: Seasonal Dependence of Coupling between Storm Tracks and Sea Surface Temperature in the Southern Hemisphere Midlatitudes: A Statistical Assessment. Journal of Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0196.1
  29. CAI W. -J., G.-J Wang,Santoso, A.,X. -P. Lin, L. -X. Wu, 2017:Definition of extreme El Ni?o and its impact on projected increase in extreme El Ni?o frequency. Geophysical Research Letters,44:11184-11190, doi: 10.1002/2017GL075635.
  30. Wang G.-J, W. -J. Cai*, B. -L. Gan, L. -X. Wu*, Santoso, A., &X. -P. Lin, et al., 2017: Continued increase of extreme El Ni?o frequency long after 1.5 °C warming stabilization. Nature Climate Change, 7(8), doi: 10.1038/nclimate3351.
  31. CAI W. -J., K. Li, H. Liao, H. -J. Wang, and L. -X. Wu, 2017: Weather Conditions Conducive to Beijing Severe Haze More Frequent under Climate Change. Nature Climate Change7(4): 257–262, doi: 10.1038/NCLIMATE3249.

 

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