Local kinetic energy budget of high-frequency and intermediate-frequency eddies: winter climatology and interannual variability

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2013-08

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Jiang, T, Y Deng and W Li (2013). Local kinetic energy budget of high-frequency and intermediate-frequency eddies: winter climatology and interannual variability. CLIMATE DYNAMICS, 41(3-4). pp. 961–976. 10.1007/s00382-013-1684-1 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/9176.

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Wenhong Li

Associate Professor of Climate

Dr. Li's research interests focus primarily on climate dynamics, land-atmosphere interaction, hydroclimatology, and climate modeling. Her current research is to understand how the hydrological cycle changes in the current and future climate and their impacts on the ecosystems, subtropical high variability and change, unforced global temperature variability, and climate and health issues.


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