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魏江峰

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教授 博士生导师 硕士生导师

教师英文名称:Jiangfeng Wei

教师拼音名称:Wei Jiangfeng

所在单位:大气科学学院

办公地点:气象楼619室

性别:男

联系方式:jwei@nuist.edu.cn

职称:教授

博士生导师

硕士生导师

  • 基本信息
  • 个人简介
  • 近期主要论著
  • 近期科研项目
  • 姓       名:  魏江峰

    国       籍:  中国

    性       别:  男

    导       师:  Robert E. Dickinson院士(博士导师),王会军院士(硕士导师)

    职       称:  教授

    最高学历:  博士

    所属专业:  气象学

    所属系部:  气候学系

    毕业院校:  美国佐治亚理工学院 (Georgia Institute of Technology)

    研究方向:  陆气相互作用,水分循环,气溶胶-气候相互作用,气候变化

    办公地点:  气象楼619室

    邮       箱:  jwei@nuist.edu.cn

    主讲课程:  气象统计分析(南信大),Introduction to Earth System Modeling(美国德州大学奥斯汀分校)

    主要研究领域:  运用观测、模拟、水汽追踪等方法研究地表和大气的相互作用及人类活动的影响。


  • 教育背景:  

    • 2002-2007 美国佐治亚理工学院 (Georgia Institute of Technology),博士

    • 1999-2002 中国科学院大气物理研究所,硕士

    • 1995-1999 南京气象学院,本科


    工作经历:  

    • 2007.06-2009.12 美国Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies (COLA), 博士后

    • 2010.01-2012.08 美国Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies (COLA),Research Scientist

    • 2012.09-2017.05 美国德州大学奥斯汀分校地球科学学院

      (Jackson School of Geoscience, University of Texas at Austin), Research Engineering/Scientist Associate IV   

    • 2017.06 至今 南京信息工程大学大气科学学院 教授


    学术兼职:  

    • Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters 杂志编辑 (2014至今)

    • 美国宇航局(NASA)和国家自然基金(NSF)课题通信评委和会评专家

    • 超过20个国际杂志和书刊的审稿人(Nature Geoscience, Nature Communications, Journal of Climate, Geophysical Research Letters等)


    荣誉获奖:  

    • 国家海外引才计划青年学者 (2018)

    • 江苏特聘教授(2018)


    团队成员:  

    • 博士后
      昝蓓蕾  

    • 硕士生:
      刘艺朦   赵景文  刘晓聪   逯博延   宋媛媛   毛倩倩   王慧敏


  • Journal papers  (all SCI journals):

    2021

    43. Jin, Q.*, Wei, J.*, W. K. M. Lau, B. Pu, C. Wang 2021: Interactions of Asian mineral dust with Indian summer monsoon: Recent advances and challenges. Earth-Science Reviews, 215, 103562https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2021.103562.

    42. Wei, J.*, Zhao, J., Chen, H., & Liang, X.‐Z. 2021: Coupling between land surface fluxes and lifting condensation level: Mechanisms and sensitivity to model physics parameterizations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, 2020JD034313. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JD034313.


    2020

    41. Zhu S., Y. Qi, H. Chen, C. Gao, B. Zhou, J. Zhang, J. Wei. 2020: Distinct impacts of spring soil moisture over the Indo‐China Peninsula on summer precipitation in the Yangtze River basin under different SST backgrounds. Climate Dynamics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05567-x.

    40. Zheng, H., Yang, Z.-L., Lin, P., Wu, W.-Y., Li, L., Xu, Z., Wei, J., Zhao, L., Bian, Q., and Wang, S. 2020: Falsification‐oriented signature‐based evaluation for guiding the development of land surface models and the enhancement of observations, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems,  https://doi.org/10.1029/2020MS002132.

    39. Kong X., Wang A., Bi X., Wei J., 2020: Daily precipitation characteristics of RegCM4 and WRF in China and their interannual variations, Climate Research, 82, 97-115. https://doi.org/10.3354/cr01621.

    38. Zhang W., H. Chen, L. Zhou, B. Zhou, J. Zhang, J. Wei., 2020 Effects of nonuniform land surface warming on summer anomalous extratropical cyclone activity and East Asian summer monsoon: Numerical experiments with a regional climate model. Journal of Climate, https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-20-0088.1.

    37. Li, W., Hu, S., Hsu, P. C., Guo, W., and Wei, J., 2020: Systematic bias of Tibetan Plateau snow cover in subseasonal-to-seasonal models, The Cryosphere, 14, 3565-3579, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-14-3565-2020.

    36. Lin, P., Yang, Z.-L., Wei, J., Dickinson, R. E. Zhang, Y., Zhao, L., 2020:  Assimilating multi-satellite snow data in ungauged Eurasia improves the simulation accuracy of Asian monsoon seasonal anomalies. Environmental Research Letters, https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/ab80ef.

    35. Zhu, S., Chen, H., Dong, X., Wei, J., 2020: Influence of persistence and oceanic forcing on global soil moisture predictability. Climate Dynamicshttps://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-020-05184-8.


    2019

    34. Wei, J., & Dirmeyer, P. A., 2019: Sensitivity of Land Precipitation to Surface Evapotranspiration: A Nonlocal Perspective Based on Water Vapor Transport. Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 12,588-12,597. https://doi.org/10.1029/ 2019GL085613.

    33. Zheng, H., Yang, Z.-L., Lin, P., Wei, J., Wu, W.-Y., Li, L., et al., 2019: On the sensitivity of the precipitation partitioning into evapotranspiration and runoff in land surface parameterizations. Water Resources Research, 55, 95–111. https://doi.org/10.1029/2017WR022236.

    32. Yang, K., Zhang, J., Wu, L., Wei, J., 2018: Prediction of summer hot extremes over the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River valley, Climate Dynamics, 52, 2943-2957. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-018-4302-4.


    2018

    31. Li, W., Guo, W., Qiu, B., Xue, Y., Hsu, P.-C., Wei, J., 2018: Influence of Tibetan Plateau snow cover on East Asian atmospheric circulation at medium-range time scales, Nature Communications, 9: 4243. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-06762-5.


    30. Jin, Q., Wei, J. , Pu, B. Yang, Z.-L., 2018: High aerosol loadings over the Arabian Sea in summer and their transport pathways,Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, 10,568–10,590. https://doi.org/10.1002/2018JD028588.


    29. Sun, S., H. Chen, J. Li, J. Wei, et al. 2018: Dependence of SPEI-3 dryness/wetness sensitivity on climatological precipitation over Southwest China, International Journal of Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.5690.

    28.  Li, X., Chen, H., Wei, J., Hua, W., Sun, S., Ma, H., Li, X. & Li, J., 2018: Inconsistent responses of hot extremes to historical land use and cover change among the selected CMIP5 models.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, 3497-3512, https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JD028161.


    27.  Wei, J., Dirmeyer, P.A., Yang, ZL. H. Chen, 2018:  Effect of land model ensemble versus coupled model ensemble on the simulation of precipitation climatology and variability, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 134, 793-800. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-017-2310-7.


    2017

    26.  Jin, Q., Wei, J., Yang, Z.-L., and Lin, P, 2017: Irrigation-induced environmental changes around the Aral Sea: an integrated view from multiple satellite observations, Remote Sensing, 9(9), 900, https://doi.org/10.3390/rs9090900.

    25.  Wei, J., Q. Jin, Z.-L. Yang, L. Zhou, 2017: Land-atmosphere-aerosol coupling in North China during 2000–2013, International Journal of Climatology, https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.4993.


    2016

    24.  Lin, P., J. Wei, Z.-L. Yang, Y. Zhang, 2016: Snow data assimilation-constrained land initializations improve seasonal temperature predictions, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 11,423–11,432, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GL070966.

    23.  Wei, J., Q. Jin, Z.-L. Yang, P. A. Dirmeyer, 2016: Role of ocean evaporation in California droughts and floods, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 6554–6562, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GL069386.

    22.  Jin, Q., Yang, Z.-L., and Wei, J., 2016: Seasonal Responses of Indian Summer Monsoon to Dust Aerosols in the Middle East, India, and China, J. Climate, 29, 6329-6349.

    21.  Jin, Q., Yang, Z.-L., and Wei, J., 2016: High sensitivity of Indian summer monsoon to Middle East dust absorptive properties, Scientific Reports, 6, 30690, https://doi.org/10.1038/srep30690.

    20.  Wei, J., H. Su, and Z.-L. Yang, 2016a: Impact of moisture flux convergence and soil moisture on precipitation: a case study for the southern United States with implications for the globe, Climate Dynamics, 46, 467-481, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-015-2593-2.


    2015

    19.  Jin, Q., Wei, J., Yang, Z.-L., Pu, B., and Huang, J., 2015: Consistent response of Indian summer monsoon to Middle East dust in observations and simulations, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 15, 9897-9915, doi:10.5194/acp-15-9897-2015, 2015.

    18.  Long, D., Y. Yang, W. Liang, Y. Hong, Y. Wada, Y. Chen, J. Wei, L. Chen, 2015, Drought Monitoring for China's Yangtze River Basin using Hydrological Models and Improved GRACE Total Water Storage Estimates, Remote Sensing of Environment, 168, 177-193.


    2014

    17.  Jin, Q., J. Wei, and Z.-L. Yang, 2014: Positive response of India summer rainfall to Middle East dust, Geophysical Research Letters, 41, https://doi.org/10.1002/2014GL059980.

    16.  Su, H., Z.-L. Yang, R. E. Dickinson, and J. Wei, 2014: Spring soil moisture–precipitation feedback in the Southern Great Plains: How is it related to large-scale atmospheric conditions? Geophysical Research Letters, 41, https://doi.org/10.1002/2013GL058931.

    15.  Dirmeyer, P. A., J. Wei, M. G. Bosilovich, and D. M. Mocko, 2014: Comparing Evaporative Sources of Terrestrial Precipitation and Their Extremes in MERRA Using Relative Entropy, J. Hydrometeorology, 15, 102–116.


    2010-2013

    14.  Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, D. Wisser et al., 2013: Where does the irrigation water go? An estimate of the contribution of irrigation to precipitation using MERRA, J. Hydrometeorology, 14, 275-289.

    13.  Wei, J. and P. A. Dirmeyer, 2012: Dissecting soil moisture-precipitation coupling, Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L19711, https://doi.org/10.1029/2012GL053038.

    12.  Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, M. G. Bosilovich, and R. Wu, 2012: Water vapor sources for the Yangtze River Valley rainfall: Climatology, variability, and implications for rainfall forecasting, Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 117, D05126, https://doi.org/10.1029/2011JD016902.

    11.  Zhang, L., P. A. Dirmeyer, J. Wei, Z. Guo and S. Lu, 2011: Land-atmosphere Coupling Strength in the Global Forecast System, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 12, 147-156.

    10. Wei, J. and P. A. Dirmeyer, 2010: Toward understanding the large-scale land-atmosphere coupling in the models: Roles of different processes, Geophysical Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1029/2010GL044769.

    9.   Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, and Z. Guo, 2010: How much do different land models matter for climate simulation? Part II: A decomposed view of land-atmosphere coupling strength, Journal of Climate, 23, 3135-3145.

    8.   Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, Z. Guo, L. Zhang, and V. Misra, 2010: How much do different land models matter for climate simulation? Part I: Climatology and variability, Journal of Climate, 23, 3120-3134.

    7.   Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, and J. Zhang, 2010: Land-caused uncertainties in climate change simulations: A study with the COLA AGCM, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136, 819-824. https://doi.org/10.1002/qj.598.


    Before 2009

    6.   Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, and Z. Guo, 2008: Sensitivities of soil wetness simulation to uncertainties in precipitation and radiation, Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L15703, https://doi.org/10.1029/2008GL034494.

    5.   Zhang, J., W-C Wang, and J. Wei, 2008: Assessing land-atmosphere coupling using soil moisture from the Global Land Data Assimilation System and observational precipitation, Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 113, D17119, https://doi.org/10.1029/2008JD009807.

    4.   Wei, J., R. E. Dickinson, and H. Chen, 2008: A negative soil moisture-precipitation relationship and its causes, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 9, 1364-1376.

    3.  Wei, J., R. E. Dickinson, and N. Zeng, 2006: Climate variability in a simple model of warm climate land-atmosphere interaction, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 111, G03009, https://doi.org/10.1029/2005JG000096.

    2.   Zhang, J, W. Dong, L. Wu, J. Wei and P. Chen, 2005: Impact of land use changes on surface warming in China, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 22, 343-348.

    1. Wei, J. and H. Wang, 2004: A possible role of solar radiation and ocean in the mid-Holocene East Asian monsoon climate, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 21, 1-12.


    Book chapters:

    Wei, J., P. A. Dirmeyer, Z. Guo, and L. Zhang, 2012: Impact of atmospheric variability on soil moisture-precipitation coupling, in Climate Variability - Some Aspects, Challenges and Prospects, A. Hannachi (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-699-7, InTech, Available online at: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/impact-of-atmospheric-variability-on-soil-moisture-precipitation-coupling.


    News Letters:

    Dirmeyer, P. A., Z. Guo, and J. Wei, 2010: Building the case for (or against) land-driven climate predictability. iLEAPS Newsletter, No. 9, 14-17.





  • 本团队招聘(收)博士后、博士生、硕士生,欢迎有志青年咨询申请!


    魏江峰教授团队在国家千人计划、国家自然科学基金、江苏特聘教授、江苏双创计划等项目支持下拟招聘博士后研究人员1-2名开展区域气候模拟与陆气相互作用的相关研究工作。优先考虑的研究方向包括陆气相互作用、大气和陆地水循环、气溶胶的气候效应、云降水物理和积云对流、以及遥感资料在气象中的应用,尤其欢迎有WRF/WRF-Chem、CESM或其他模式模拟经验者。
    
    一、申请条件
    1. 在国(境)内外获得或者即将获得大气科学、水文气象、地理、遥感或相近专业博士学位,全时全职来我校从事博士后研究工作,获得博士学位不超过3年,年龄在32周岁以下;博士期间从事相关研究并发表SCI论文者优先;
    2. 身体健康,符合南京信息工程大学有关博士后管理的规定;
    3. 具有较强的英语阅读与写作能力;
    4. 责任心强,沟通表达能力强,具有团队协作精神,能尽快到岗工作。
    
    二、岗位职责与待遇
    1. 利用现有研究平台和数据,撰写发表高质量研究论文;
    2. 帮助指导研究生,必要时给一些讲座或课程;
    3. 积极申请国家自然科学基金、中国博士后基金、博士后国际交流计划等项目。
    4. 年薪25-50万起;其它福利享受在编老师待遇;另提供1000元/月租房补贴(不在年薪内)和工作日免费三餐。
    5. 特别优秀的博士后出站后可留校任教。
    
    三、招聘程序
    1. 申请人首先通过电子邮件联系,请将详细个人简历发送至 jwei@nuist.edu.cn;
    2. 初选合格者将通过电话进行初步沟通并通知本人提供2名推荐人联系信息(要求其中1位为本人的博士生导师)。   
    3. 通知本人参加面试。   
    4. 通过面试者到指定医院进行体检,体检合格者将被录用。
    
    
    Postdoc Scientist (land-atmosphere interactions and regional climate modeling)
    
    Job details:
    
    The land-atmosphere interactions research group at Nanjing University of Information Science 
    and Technology (NUIST) invites applications for 1~2 Postdoc Scientist positions in the 
    field of land-atmosphere interactions and regional climate modeling. The ideal candidate 
    should have expertise in at least one of the following fields:
    (1)	Land-atmosphere interactions and water cycle (modeling or observational analysis).
    (2)	Regional climate modeling with WRF/WRF-CHEM.
    (3)	Aerosol-climate interactions.
    (4)     Remote Sensing applications to atmospheric Sciences
    
    Salary (250,000 to 500,000 RMB/year or higher) will be commensurate with qualifications 
    and experience. This is a position with an initial 1-year term, with possibility of 
    extending to 2 years based on performance. After postdoc, excellent candidate may join 
    NUIST as a faculty member.This position is available immediately. Applications will be 
    considered until the position is filled. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in an appropriate 
    discipline by the date of the appointment and be within 3 years of getting the PhD.
    
    Applicants should submit a CV, description of research interests, and the names of at 
    least two references to: Prof. Wei (jwei@nuist.edu.cn).