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  • Wu, L., and X. Chen, 2016: Revisiting the steering principal of tropical cyclone motion in a numerical experiment. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 14925-14936. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Chen, X. and L. Wu, 2016: Topographic Influence on the Motion of Tropical Cyclones Landfalling on the Coast of China. Wea. Forecasting, 31, 1615–1623. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Liang, J., L. Wu, G. Gu, and Q. Liu (2016), Rapid weakening of Typhoon Chan-Hom (2015) in a monsoon gyre, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121, 9508–9520. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Wu, L., W. Tian, Q. Liu, J. Cao, and J. A. Knaff, 2015: Implications of the observed relationship between tropical cyclone size and intensity over the western North Pacific. J. Climate, 28, 9501-9506. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Wu, L., and J. Duan, 2015: Extended simulation of tropical cyclone formation in the western North Pacific monsoon trough. J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 4469–4485. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Li, Y., C. Tam, W. Huang, K. W. Cheung, and Z. Gao, 2015: Evaluating the impacts of cumulus, land surface and ocean surface schemes on summertime rainfall simulations over east-to-southeast Asia and the western north Pacific by RegCM4. Climate Dyn., 1-19. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Li, Y., K. K. W. Cheung, and J. C. L. Chan, 2015: Modeling the effects of land-sea contrast on tropical cyclone precipitation under environmental vertical wind shear. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 141, 396-412. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Li, Y., T. Shi, Y. Yang, B. Wu, L. Wang, C. Shi, J. Guo, C. Ji, and H. Wen, 2015: Satellite-based investigation and evaluation of the observational environment of meteorological stations in Anhui province, China. PAGEOPH, 172, 1735-1749. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
  • Li, Y., Z. Gao, D. Li, F. Chen, Y. Yang, and L. Sun, 2015: An update of non-iterative solutions for surface fluxes under unstable conditions. Boundary-Layer Meteorol., 156, 501-511. [PDF] . [DETAIL]
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