张钰 / ZHANG Yu
• Wang, X., D. Jin*, Z. Guan*, Y. Zhang, and Q. Han, 2023: Different configurations of cross-equatorial flows over the Indian Ocean-western Maritime Continent and their implications for improving regional climate predictability. Journal of Climate, submitted.
• Lv, Z., J. -C. Yang*, Y. Zhang, and X. Lin, 2023: Model-dependent Atlantic Multidecadal Variability modulations on North Pacific sea surface temperature variability and decadal prediction. Geophysical Research Letters, accepted.
• Wang, X., R. Zhang*, D. Jin, and Y. Zhang, 2023: An intraseasonal dipole mode in summertime surface air temperature over Eurasia and its association with heat wave occurrence. Journal of Climate, accepted.
• Qu, Y., S. Wang*, Z. Jing, Y. Zhang, H. Wang, and L. Wu, 2023: Tropical Pacific quasi-decadal variability suppressed by submesoscale eddies. Journal of Climate, accepted.
• Jin, D., X. Wang*, Y. Zhang, S. Chen, Y. Xia, and J. Zhu, 2023: Interannual relationship between South Pacific meridional sea surface temperature dipole and rainfall anomalies over South China in late-spring to early-summer without ENSO impact. Climate Dynamics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-023-06852-1.
• Hu, X., J. Shi*, X. Ma, R. Ding, Z. Jing, and Y. Zhang, 2023: Distinct features of mid-winter North Pacific storm track suppression associated with central and eastern Pacific El Niños. Atmospheric Research, 289, 106769.
• Shu, Q., Y. Zhang*, D. J. Amaya, S. M. Larson, Y. Kosaka, J.-C. Yang, and X. Lin, 2023: Role of ocean advections during the evolution of the Pacific Meridional Modes. Journal of Climate, 36, 4327-4343.
• Yu, S.-Y., L. Fan*, X.-T. Zheng, Y. Zhang, Z.-Q. Zhou, and Z. Li, 2023: Sources of inter-model diversity in the strength of the relationship between the Indian summer monsoon rainfall and El Niño-Southern Oscillation. Geophysical Research Letters, 50, e2022GL101718.
• Wang, S., Z. Jing*, L. Wu, S. Sun, Q. Peng, H. Wang, Y. Zhang, and J. Shi, 2023: Southern hemisphere eastern boundary upwelling systems emerging as future marine heatwave hotspots under greenhouse warming. Nature Communications, 14, 28.
• Tang, C., J. Shi*, Y. Zhang, S. Wang, C. Li, R. Lu, T. Yu, R. Wang, and Z. Chen, 2023: Changes and mechanisms of long-lived warm blobs in the Northeast Pacific in low-warming climates. Journal of Climate, 36, 2277-2292.
• Shi, J.*, C. Tang, Q. Liu, Y. Zhang, H. Yang, and C. Li*, 2022: Role of mixed layer depth in the location and development of the Northeast Pacific warm blobs. Geophysical Research Letters, 49, e2022GL098849.
• Yang, J.-C.*, Z. Lv, I. Richter, Y. Zhang, and X. Lin, 2022: Inter-model spread of north tropical Atlantic trans-basin effect substantially biases tropical Pacific sea surface temperature multiyear prediction. Geophysical Research Letters, 49, e2022GL098620.
• Lv, Z., J.-C. Yang*, X. Lin, and Y. Zhang, 2022: Stronger North Atlantic than tropical Pacific effects on North Pacific decadal prediction. Journal of Climate, 35, 5773-5785.
• Zhang, Y.*, S.-Y. Yu, S.-P. Xie, D. J. Amaya, Q. Peng, Y. Kosaka, X. Lin*, J.-C. Yang, S. M. Larson, A. J. Miller, and L. Fan, 2022: Role of ocean dynamics in equatorial Pacific decadal variability. Climate Dynamics, 59, 2517-2529.
• Zhang, Y.*, S.-Y. Yu, D. J. Amaya, Y. Kosaka, M. F. Stuecker, J.-C. Yang, X. Lin*, and L. Fan, 2022: Atmospheric forcing of the Pacific Meridional Mode: Tropical Pacific-driven versus internal variability. Geophysical Research Letters, 49, e2022GL098148.
• Yang, J.-C.*, Y. Zhang, X. Lin*, and P. Chang, 2021: Optimal growth of IPV lags AMV modulations by up to a decade. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL096654.
• Wu, Y., X.-T. Zheng*, Q.-W. Sun, Y. Zhang, Y. Du, and L. Liu, 2021: Decadal variability of the upper-ocean salinity in the southeast Indian Ocean: Role of local ocean-atmosphere dynamics. Journal of Climate, 34, 7927-7942.
• Yu, S.-Y., L. Fan*, Y. Zhang, X.-T. Zheng, and Z. Li, 2021: Reexamining the Indian summer monsoon rainfall-ENSO relationship from its recovery in the 21st century: Role of the Indian Ocean SST anomaly associated with types of ENSO evolution. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL092873.
• Zhang, Y., S. Yu*, D. J. Amaya, Y. Kosaka, S. M. Larson, X. Wang, J.-C. Yang, M. F. Stuecker, S.-P. Xie, A. J. Miller, and X. Lin, 2021: Pacific Meridional Modes without equatorial Pacific influence. Journal of Climate, 34, 5285-5301.
• Yang, J.-C., Y. Zhang, I. Richter, and X. Lin*, 2021: Interannual variability of tropical Atlantic-to-Pacific moisture transport linked to ENSO, Atlantic Niño, and the freshwater budget in the northwestern tropical Atlantic. Journal of Climate, 34, 4625-4641.
• Yang, J.-C., X. Lin*, S.-P. Xie, Y. Zhang, Y. Kosaka, and Z. Li, 2020: Synchronized tropical Pacific and extratropical variability during the past three decades. Nature Climate Change, 10, 422-427.
• Amaya, D. J.*, Y. Kosaka, W. Zhou, Y. Zhang, S.-P. Xie, and A. J. Miller, 2019: The North Pacific pacemaker effect on historical ENSO and its mechanisms. Journal of Climate, 32, 7643-7661.
• Zhang, Y. *, S.-P. Xie, Y. Kosaka, and J.-C. Yang, 2018: Pacific Decadal Oscillation: Tropical Pacific forcing versus internal variability. Journal of Climate, 31, 8265-8279.