宋丰飞 / SONG Fengfei

教授,博士生导师

出生年月:1987.10

研究方向:海气相互作用与气候动力学

联系方式:songfengfei@ouc.edu.cn

个人履历:

2010年本科毕业于中山大学应用气象学专业,2015年获得中国科学院大学大气物理研究所气象学博士学位; 2015-2017年,美国加州大学圣地亚哥分校,斯克里普斯海洋研究所,博士后;2017-2021年,美国西北太平洋国家实验室博士后,二级研究员;2021年11月起,任职于中国海洋大学深海圈层与地球系统前沿科学中心/物理海洋教育部重点实验室,教授。

2019年入选中组部国家海外引才计划青年项目;2017年获美华大气海洋学会(COAA)“宇翔青年学者奖”(Yuxiang Young Scholar Award)2015年获得中国科学院院长优秀奖。


研究方向及成果:

目前研究领域主要围绕(1)海洋在气候变率和气候变化中的作用;(2)全球变暖以及气候变化;(3)季风、热带辐合带(ITCZ)和中尺度对流系统(MCS)的观测、理论和模拟研究。这三个方面是有机融合在一起的。比如,季风和ITCZ的年际、年代际和长期变化都离不开海洋的驱动。海洋的主要气候变率模态,如年际尺度上的厄尔尼诺-南方涛动(ENSO)和年代际尺度上的太平洋年代际振荡(PDO),均对季风和ITCZ产生重要影响,但许多具体物理过程仍不清楚。除了年际和年代际尺度上的气候变率,当前气候变化和全球变暖正在发生。如何更为全面的衡量全球变暖及气候变化?季风、ITCZMCS在全球变暖下会有哪些改变?海洋在其中扮演着什么角色?这些问题也亟待解决。

围绕着上述研究领域,一直与国内外的许多著名学者保持合作和联系,如加州大学圣地亚哥分校的V. Ramanathan(美国科学院院士)和 Guang Zhang研究员、美国西北太平洋国家实验室的L. Ruby Leung(美国工程院院士)和Jian Lu研究员以及中国科学院大气物理研究所的周天军研究员等。

针对上述问题,利用观测、模式以及理论推导等多种手段,目前已取得以下几方面研究成果:(1)全球变暖下,热带降雨年循环会出现延迟(Song et al. 2018 NCC),且主要出现在陆地上,即热带季风降雨爆发偏晚(Song et al. 2020 GRL)。这主要是因为全球变暖导致了大气有效比容增加所致,即大气水汽含量增加,从而对太阳辐射的季节变化响应变慢(Song et al. 2018 NCCSong et al. 2020 GRL)。并首次在观测中检测到降雨季节延迟信号(Song et al. 2021 NCC)。(2)论证了地表相当位温是更为全面的衡量全球变暖及其引起的极端天气事件的指标(Song et al. 2022 PNAS;3)发现气候模式中的“双赤道辐合带”偏差主要表现在春季中的ITCZ北边偏弱,南边偏强。通过一系列数值模拟实验,发现这与东南太平洋暖海温偏差、热带北大西洋冷海温偏差以及模式分辨率均有密切关系(Song and Zhang 2016, 2017, 2020 JC)。(4)阐明了气候系统内部变率对东亚夏季风在20世纪后半叶的减弱起着主导作用,而外强迫起着辅助作用。在外强迫中,气溶胶强迫最为关键(Song et al. 2014 GRL)。(5)系统论述了印度洋-西北太平洋遥相关型和海气相互作用在东亚夏季风模拟中的关键作用(Song and Zhou 2014a, b JC)。(6)发现北美大平原MCS的触发在春季更多依赖于大尺度环境场,但在夏季,大尺度环境场的作用大幅度减弱,热力强迫及小尺度动力强迫起着同等重要的作用(Song et al. 2019 JC, 2021 JGR)。(7)基于观测资料,系统评估了气候模式中大气对流参数化方案触发函数的优劣(Song and Zhang 2017 JC,并基于大涡模拟数据,发现当前气候模式中所使用的对流参数化方案的触发函数均存在尺度依赖特征,即随着分辨率提高,对流参数化方案的模拟技巧大幅降低。这对在当前发展高分辨率大气模式时,如何开发有效的对流参数化方案提出了严峻的挑战(Song and Zhang 2018 JC)。

已在Nature Climate ChangePNASNature CommunicationsJournal of ClimateGeophysical Research Letters等国际权威期刊发表SCI论文40余篇,其中第一作者论文20篇,包括1篇高被引论文、2Nature Climate Change文章和1PNAS。现主持国家自然科学基金面上项目1项。




代表性论著:


Submitted or under review

47. Lu, J., W. Zhou, H. Kong, L. R. Leung, B. Harrop and F. Song, 2021: On the Diffusivity of Moist Static Energy and the Implication on Polar Amplification, Journal of Climate, submitted.


2022

46. Song, F., Guang Zhang, V. Ramanathan, L. R. Leung, 2021: Trends in Surface Equivalent Potential Temperature: A better metric linking global warming with weather extremes, PNAS, 119 (6), e2117832119.

45. Song, F., L. Wu, 2022: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021: discussion on the contributions of Klaus Hasselmann, Science Bulletin, in press (in Chinese).  

宋丰飞,吴立新,2022: 解读 2021 年诺贝尔物理学奖:浅谈 Klaus Hasselmann 的科学贡献,科学通报,已录用。

44. Yang, Y., L. Ren, M. Wu, H. Wang, F. Song, L. Leung, J. Li, H. Li, L. Zeng, Y. Zhou, P. Wang, H. Liao, J. Wang and Z. Zhou, 2022: Abrupt emissions reductions during COVID-19 contributed to record summer rainfall in China, Nature Communications, 13, 959.


2021

43. Song, F., Feng, Z., Leung, L. R., Pokharel, B., Wang, S.-Y. S, Chen, X., et al. (2021). Crucial roles of eastward propagating environments in the summer MCS initiation over the U.S. Great Plains. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2021JD034991.

42. Song, F., L. R. Leung, J. Lu, L. Dong, W. Zhou, B. Harrop, Y. Qian, 2021: Emergence of seasonal delay of tropical rainfall during 1979-2019, Nature Climate Change, 11, 605-612.

41. Dong, L., Leung, L.R., Song, F. et al. Uncertainty in El Niño-like warming and California precipitation changes linked by the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation. Nature Communications, 12, 6484 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-26797-5

40. Chen, X., L. R. Leung, Z. Feng and F. Song, 2021: Crucial Role of Mesoscale Convective Systems in the Vertical Mass, Water, and Energy Transports of the South Asian Summer Monsoon, Journal of Climate, 35(1), 91-108.

39. Yang, Q., Leung, L. R., Feng, Z., Song, F., & Chen, X. (2021). A Simple Lagrangian Parcel Model for the Initiation of Summer-time Mesoscale Convective Systems over the Central United States, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, in press.

38. Wang, L., Qian, Y., Leung, L. R., Chen, X., Sarangi, C., Lu, J., Y. Gao, G. Lin, F. Song, and Y. Zhang (2021). Multiple metrics informed projections of future precipitation in China. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL093810.

37. Chen, X., Leung, L. R., Feng, Z., Song, F., & Yang, Q. (2021). Mesoscale convective systems dominate the energetics of the South Asian summer monsoon onset. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL094873.

36. Cheng, Y., M. Huang, B. Zhu, G. Bisht, T. Zhou, Y. Liu, F. Song, X. He, 2021: Validation of the Community Land Model Version 5 over the Contiguous United States (CONUS) using in-situ and remote sensing datasets, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2020JD033539.

35. Dong, L., L. R. Leung, Y. Qian, Y. Zou, F. Song, and X. Chen, 2021: Meteorological environments associated with California wildfires and their role in wildfire changes during 1984-2017, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2020JD033180.

34. Dong, L., Leung, L. R., Lu, J., and Song, F. 2021: DoubleITCZ as an emergent constraint for future precipitation over Mediterranean climate regions in the North Hemisphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL091569. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL091569.

33. Lu, J., Xue, D., Leung, L. R., Liu, F., Song, F., Harrop, B. and Zhou, W. 2021: The leading modes of Asian summer monsoon variability as pulses of atmospheric energy flow. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL091629. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL091629.

32. Feng, Z., F. Song, K. Sakaguchi, and L. R. Leung, 2021: Evaluation of Mesoscale Convective Systems in Climate Simulations: Methodological Development and Results from MPAS-CAM over the U. S., Journal of Climate, 34(7), 2611-2633.


2020

31. Song, F., J. Lu, L.R. Leung, F. Liu, 2020: Contrasting phase changes of precipitation annual cycle between land and ocean under global warming, Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL090327.

30. Song, F., and G. Zhang, 2020: The impacts of horizontal resolution on the seasonally-dependent biases of the northeastern Pacific ITCZ in coupled climate models, Journal of Climate, 33, 941-957.

29. Zhou, W., Leung, L. R., Song, F., & Lu, J. (2020). Future changes in the Great Plains Low-Level Jet governed by seasonally dependent pattern changes in the North Atlantic Subtropical High. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL090356. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL090356

28. Zhou, W., Leung, L. R., Lu, J., Yang, D., & Song, F. (2020). Contrasting recent and future ITCZ changes from distinct tropical warming patterns. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL089846.

27. Liu, F., J. Lu, Y. Luo, Y. Huang, and F. Song, 2020: On the oceanic origin for the enhanced seasonal cycle of SST in the midlatitudes under global warming. Journal of Climate, doi: https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-20-0114.1.

  

2019

26. Song, F., Z. Feng, L.R. Leung, R.A. Houze, J. Wang, J. Hardin, C. Homeyer, 2019: Contrasting spring and summer large-scale environments associated with mesoscale convective systems over the U.S. Great Plains, Journal of Climate, 32, 6749-6767.

25. Feng, Z., R.A. Houze, L.R. Leung, F. Song, J. Hardin, J. Wang, William I. Gustafson, C. Homeyer, 2019: Spatiotemporal Characteristics and Large-scale Environments of Mesoscale Convective Systems East of the Rocky Mountains, Journal of Climate, 32, 7303-7328.

24. Wang, P., L.R. Leung, J. Lu, F. Song and J. Tang, 2019: Extreme Wet Bulb Temperatures in China: the Significant Role of Moisture, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD031477.

23. Yang, B., Y. Zhang, Y. Qian, F. Song, L.R. Leung, P. Wu, Z. Guo, Y. Lu and A. Huang, 2019: Better monsoon precipitation in coupled climate models due to bias compensation. NPJ Climate and Atmospheric Science, 2, 43, doi:10.1038/s41612-019-0100-x.

22. Dong, L., L.R. Leung, J. Lu and F. Song, 2019: Mechanisms for an amplified precipitation seasonal cycle in the US West Coast under global warming, Journal of Climate, 32, 4681-4698.

  

2018

21. Song, F., L.R. Leung, J. Lu and L. Dong, 2018: Future changes in seasonality of the North Pacific and North Atlantic subtropical highs, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 11,959-11,968.

20. Song, F., L.R. Leung, J. Lu and L. Dong, 2018: Seasonally-dependent responses of subtropical highs and tropical rainfall to anthropogenic warming, Nature Climate Change, 8, 787-792.

19. Song, F., and G. Zhang, 2018: Understanding and improving the scale-dependence of trigger functions for convective parameterization using cloud-resolving model data, Journal of Climate, 31, 7385-7399.

18. Dong, L., L.R. Leung and F. Song, 2018: Future changes of subseasonal precipitation variability in North America during winter under global warming, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL079900.

17. Dong, L., L.R. Leung, F. Song and J. Lu, 2018: Roles of SST versus Internal Atmospheric Variability in Winter Extreme Precipitation Variability along the US West Coast, Journal of Climate, 31, 8039-8058.


2017

16. Song, F., and G. Zhang, 2017: Improving trigger functions for convective parameterization schemes using GOAmazon observations, Journal of Climate, 30, 8711-8726.

15. Song, F., and G. Zhang, 2017: Impact of tropical SSTs in the North Atlantic and southeastern Pacific on the eastern Pacific ITCZ, Journal of Climate, 30, 1291-305.


2016

14. Song, F., and G. Zhang, 2016: Effects of southeastern Pacific sea surface temperature on the double-ITCZ bias in NCAR CESM1, Journal of Climate, 29, 7417–7433.

13. Dong, L., T. Zhou, A. Dai, F. Song, B. Wu, and X. Chen, 2016: The Footprint of the Inter-decadal Pacific Oscillation in Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperatures, Scientific Reports, 6: 21251, DOI:10.1038/srep21251.


2015

12. Song, F., and T. Zhou, 2015: The dominant role of internal variability in modulating the decadal variation of the East Asian summer monsoon–ENSO relationship during the 20th century, Journal of Climate, 28, 7093-7107.

11. Wu, B., X. Chen, F. Song, Y. Sun, and T. Zhou, 2015: Initialized Decadal Predictions by LASG/IAP Climate System Model FGOALS-s2: Evaluations of Strengths and Weaknesses, Advances in Meteorology, Volume 2015, Article ID 904826, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/904826.


2014

10. Song, F., and T. Zhou, 2014: The climatology and inter-annual variability of East Asian summer monsoon in CMIP5 coupled models: Does air-sea coupling improve the simulations? Journal of Climate, 27, 8761-8777.

9. Song, F., and T. Zhou, 2014: Inter-annual variability of East Asian summer monsoon simulated by CMIP3 and CMIP5 AGCMs: Skill dependence on Indian Ocean-western Pacific anticyclone teleconnection,Journal of Climate, 27, 1679–1697.

8. Song, F., T. Zhou, and Y. Qian, 2014: Responses of East Asian summer monsoon to natural and anthropogenic forcings in the 17 latest CMIP5 models, Geophysical Research Letters, 41, doi:10.1002/2013GL058705.

7. Zhou, T., L. Zou, B. Wu, C. Jin, F. Song, X. Chen, and L. Zhang, 2014: Development of Earth/Climate System Models in China: A Review from the Coupled Model Inter-comparison Project Perspective, Journal of Meteorology Research, 28(5), 762-779.

6. Zhou T., X. Chen, L. Dong, B. Wu, W. Man, L. Zhang, R. Lin, J. Yao, F. Song, and C. Zhao, 2014: Chinese Contribution to CMIP5: An Overview of Five Chinese Models' Performances, Journal of Meteorology Research, 28(4), 481-509.


2013

5. Song, F., T. Zhou, and L. Wang, 2013: Two modes of the Silk Road pattern and their inter-annual variability simulated by LASG/IAP SAMIL2.0, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 30(3), 908-921, doi: 10.1007/s00376-012-2145-1.

4. Song, F., and T. Zhou, 2013: FGOALS-s2 Simulation of Upper-level Jet Streams Over East Asia: Mean State Bias and Synoptic-scale Transient Eddy Activity, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 30(3), 739-753, doi: 10.1007/s00376-012-2212-7.

3. Zhou T., F. Song, and X. Chen, 2013: Historical Evolutions of Global and Regional Surface Air Temperature Simulated by FGOALS-s2 and FGOALS-g2: How Reliable are the Model Results? Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 30(3), 638-657, doi: 10.1007/s00376-013-2205-1.

2. Zhou, T., F. Song, R. Lin, X. Chen and X. Chen, 2013: The 2012 North China floods: Explaining an extreme rainfall event in the context of a long-term drying tendency [in Explaining Extreme Events of 2012 from a Climate Perspective]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 94(9), S49-S51.


2012

1. 宋丰飞,周天军,201220CR再分析资料在东亚夏季风区的质量评估,大气科学36(6):1207-1222


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