Name ORCID Organizations Publications
Julian X. L. Wang 0000-0003-1772-0373 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Air Resources Laboratory Intensified dust storm activity and Valley fever infection in the southwestern United States
Kai Wang 0000-0002-2375-5989 North Carolina State University Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences Impacts of future climate and emission changes on U.S. air quality
Kaicun Wang 0000-0002-7414-5400 University of Maryland, College Park Department of Geography Evaluation of global observations-based evapotranspiration datasets and IPCC AR4 simulations
Lei Wang Beijing Normal University State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science University of California, Davis Center for Health and the Environment Finer resolution observation and monitoring of global land cover: first mapping results with Landsat TM and ETM+ data Susceptibility of the aging lung to environmental injury
Lin Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Atmospheric Physics Center for Monsoon System Research State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Biases of the wintertime Arctic Oscillation in CMIP5 models
Lixin Wang Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Department of Earth Sciences The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
Lizhi Wang Iowa State University Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Robust optimization for transmission expansion planning: Minimax cost vs. minimax regret
Lizhu Wang 0000-0002-6043-691X International Joint Commission - Canada Reducing current and future risks: Using climate change scenarios to test an agricultural conservation framework
Lu Wang Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Impact of the 2002 Canadian Forest Fires on Particulate Matter Air Quality in Baltimore City
Mo Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research Climate effect of black carbon aerosol in a Tibetan Plateau glacier
Muyin Wang Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Oceans JISAO National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory University of Washington Seattle Recent extreme Arctic temperatures are due to a split polar vortex Considerations in the Selection of Global Climate Models for Regional Climate Projections: The Arctic as a Case Study A sea ice free summer Arctic within 30 years? The recent shift in early summer Arctic atmospheric circulation Future Arctic climate changes: Adaptation and mitigation time scales Increased variability in the early winter subarctic North American atmospheric circulation Intrinsic versus forced variation in coupled climate model simulations over the Arctic during the twentieth century Climate projections for selected large marine ecosystems Large-scale atmospheric circulation changes are associated with the recent loss of Arctic sea ice A sea ice free summer Arctic within 30 years: An update from CMIP5 models When will the summer Arctic be nearly sea ice free?
Pu Wang Harvard University Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Cornell University Department of Natural Resources Payments for ecosystem services and wealth distribution
Qinxue Wang National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan Sunshine dimming and brightening in Chinese cities (1955-2011) was driven by air pollution rather than clouds
Ray Wang Georgia Institute of Technology School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Evidence for variability of atmospheric hydroxyl radicals over the past quarter century
Regina Wang Climate Central The Age of Alaskan Wildfires...
Shiliang Wang National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory Extreme precipitation and emergency room visits for gastrointestinal illness in areas with and without combined sewer systems: An analysis of Massachusetts data, 2003-2007
Shusen Wang 0000-0003-1860-899X Canada Centre for Remote Sensing Natural Resources Canada The effects of sampling resolution on the surface albedos of dominant land cover types in the North American boreal region Boreal lichen woodlands: A possible negative feedback to climate change in eastern North America
Shuxiao Wang State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control Unexpected benefits of reducing aerosol cooling effects
Tao Wang 0000-0003-3430-8508 NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Texas A&M University Department of Atmospheric Sciences Variations of stratospheric water vapor over the past three decades
Tao Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Atmospheric Physics Nansen-Zhu International Research Center NZC Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of Alpine Ecology and Biodiversity The response of the North Pacific Decadal Variability to strong tropical volcanic eruptions Temperature increase reduces global yields of major crops in four independent estimates
Tongli Wang University of British Columbia Changing climates, changing forests: A western North American perspective
T. (Tao) Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences Chinese Academy of Sciences Key Laboratory of Alpine Ecology and Biodiversity Lateral transport of soil carbon and land−atmosphere CO2 flux induced by water erosion in China
Wei-Chyung Wang 0000-0003-2397-8100 State University of New York at Albany Atmospheric Sciences Research Center Regional climate modeling: Progress, challenges, and prospects
Weile Wang California State University, Monterey Bay Foundation of California State University National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center Downscaled climate projections suitable for resource management Climate response to rapid urban growth: Evidence of a human-induced precipitation deficit Global patterns and controls of soil organic carbon dynamics as simulated by multiple terrestrial biosphere models: Current status and future directions
Wen J. Wang University of Missouri School of Natural Resources Multi-model comparison on the effects of climate change on tree species in the eastern U.S.: Results from an enhanced niche model and process-based ecosystem and landscape models