Detection, Attribution, and Projection of Regional Extreme Weather and Climate Events in China
Special Issue on Detection, Attribution, and Projection of Regional Extreme Weather and Climate Events in China
(Abbreviated title: Extreme Weather and Climate in China)
Call for Papers
In recent years, the detection and attribution of extreme weather and climate events has been one of the most cutting-edge scientific issues in the field of climate change research. China has a vast territory and a large population density. The impacts caused by extreme weather and climate events are very serious. However, the current attribution research on major extreme events in China is far from satisfying the increasingly high demands of the public and government on the scientific community.
This special issue will concentrate on reporting the most recent research results from studies of heat waves, persistent heavy precipitation, drought, and related compound extreme events in China. The special issue aims to reflect some of the latest developments in research on regional extreme weather and climate events in China, contributing to promote the climate change research in China.
Papers for this special issue are solicited for, although not limited to, the following topics:
1. Detection and attribution methods suitable for regional extreme weather and climate events (including compound extreme events);
2. Distinguishing of the relative contributions of human activities and natural forcing to the changes of extreme events in China, based on multiple attribution methods and new sets of climate model simulation data;
3. Constraint projection of future changes in China's regional extreme events, based on the results of detection and attribution;
4. Research on the attribution of major extreme events in China in the past five years.
In support of the publication of this special issue, publication charges of innovative, well-written papers will be waived, pending on the scores and comments of the handling Editor/reviewers and the Responsible Editors Team of this special issue; and three best papers will be awarded with certificates and/or cash prizes. Contributions from both Chinese and overseas authors are well encouraged.
Submission open: May 31, 2021
Submission deadline: December 31, 2021
Publication time: As soon as the paper is accepted and edited. The Special Issue in virtual format will be compiled online and the Special Issue in print is available upon request.
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Responsible Lead Editors for the Special Issue:
Panmao Zhai, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org
Panmao Zhai, Chief Scientist of the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Senior (II) Researcher, and Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group I. Former member of CCl/CLIVAR/JCOMM Expert Team on Climate Change Detection Indices (ETCCDI); Theme leader of Working Group on Climate Services, Adaptation and Agrometeorology (WGCAA); Co-Chair of WMO/CCl Climate Variability and Change Group. As principle investigator, he has presided over the completion of a National Basic Research (973) Program of China and a National Key Research and Development Program of China. Currently, he is mainly engaged in the detection and attribution and projection of extreme weather and climate events.
Tianjun Zhou, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, email@example.com
Tianjun Zhou, Senior (II) and Distinguished Researcher of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and one of the NSFC Distinguished Young Scholars. Served as a member of WCRP/SPARC Scientific Steering Committee of SSG project; member of WCRP Working Group on Coupled Modelling (WGCM); and IPCC WG1 AR5 and AR6 lead author. He was "Elsevier China Highly Cited Scholar" (2014-2019) and "Web of Science Global Highly Cited Researcher" (2018-2020). He is now mainly engaged in climate simulation, air-sea interaction, and monsoon research.
Ying Sun, National Climate Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ying Sun, Chief Scientist of the National Climate Center of China, NSFC Distinguished Yong Scholar, and one of National Talents. She has won WMO Young Scientist Research Award, Zou Jingmeng Meteorological S&T Talent Award, first prize of the Chinese Meteorological Society S&T Progress Award, and Tsinghua University-Inspur Group Computational Earth Science Young Talent Award. Served as a member of the Expert Team on Climate Change Detection Indices (ETCCDI) of WMO and the World Climate Research Program. Currently serves as the lead author of IPCC WGI AR6. Mainly engaged in climate change research, including the impact of human activities on climate change, extreme events, and their detection and attribution.
2. 基于多种不同归因方法和最新气候模式模拟资料, 区分人类活动和自然强迫因子对中国区域极端事件的相对贡献；
翟盘茂，中国气象科学研究院首席科学家、二级研究员、IPCC 第一工作组联合主席。曾任CCl/CLIVAR/JCOMM 气候变化检测与极端事件指数专家组（ETCCDI）成员；WMO II 区协气候工作组 (WGCAA)组长；WMO/CCl 气候变率与变化组共同主席。作为项目首席科学家主持完成国家973项目1项，国家重点研发计划1项。主要从事极端天气气候事件检测归因和预估研究。
周天军，中国科学院大气物理研究所研究员、国家杰出青年科学基金获得者。任WCRP/“平流层-对流层过程及其在气候中的作用”计划SPARC科学指导委员会SSG委员、WCRP耦合模拟工作组WGCM委员、IPCC WG1 AR5和AR6主要作者。2014-2020入选“Elsevier中国高被引学者榜单”；2018-2020入选Web of Science“全球高被引科学家”榜单。主要从事气候模拟、海气相互作用和季风研究。
专刊投稿开始日期: 2021 年5月 31 日
专刊投稿截止日期: 2021年 12月 31 日
出版时间：一旦论文被接受并完成编辑，专刊文章即可在网上在线查询，并可根据要求 提 供印刷本。
Long-Term Changes in Summer Extreme Wet Bulb Globe Temperature over China
2021, 35(6): 975-986. doi: 10.1007/s13351-021-1080-4
Diagnosing the Dynamic and Thermodynamic Effects for the Exceptional 2020 Summer Rainy Season in the Yangtze River Valley
2022, 36(1): 26-36. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1126-2
Detection and Attribution of Changes in Summer Compound Hot and Dry Events over Northeastern China with CMIP6 Models
2022, 36(1): 37-48. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1112-8
Understanding Differences in Event Attribution Results Arising from Modeling Strategy
2022, 36(1): 49-60. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1109-3
An Updated Review of Event Attribution Approaches
2022, 36(2): 227-238. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1192-5
CMIP6 Projections of the “Warming–Wetting” Trend in Northwest China and Related Extreme Events Based on Observational Constraints
2022, 36(2): 239-250. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1157-8
Role of Anthropogenic Climate Change in Autumn Drought Trend over China from 1961 to 2014
2022, 36(2): 251-260. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1178-3
Three-Dimensional Urban Thermal Effect across a Large City Cluster during an Extreme Heat Wave: Observational Analysis
2022, 36(3): 387-400. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-1171-x
Role of Intraseasonal Oscillation in a Compound Drought and Heat Event over the Middle of the Yangtze River Basin during Midsummer 2018
2022, 36(4): 643-657. doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-2008-3Abstract Full Text PDF More CitationLu, C. H., Y. C. Shen, Y. H. Li, et al., 2022: Role of intraseasonal oscillation in a compound drought and heat event over the middle of the Yangtze River basin during midsummer 2018. J. Meteor. Res., 36(4), 643–657, doi: 10.1007/s13351-022-2008-3Export: BibTex EndNote