Anthropogenic Climate Change Center - Latest Research

Water Isotope Fractionation in a Frontal System

Exploring physical processes controlling the stable isotopic composition of water, including details such as water vapor source, atmospheric circulation, and cloud microphysical processes, is useful for understanding the...

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Does Cloud Microphysics Matter for Simulating Convective Clouds in GCMs?

Cloud microphysical processes in convective clouds are often ignored or parameterized in a relatively crude way, e.g., via assuming a constant for converting cloud water to precipitation universally in GCMs. A two-moment...

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Location matters!!!

Geoscientists are trained to use the present as a key to realize the past; however, they also believe the past is a key to predict the future. Speleothems are known as one of the best archives of paleoclimate, which have...

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Reconstructing Taiwan’s Land Cover Change

Do you know the effects of Taiwan’s land cover changes on the climate change in Taiwan in the past ? First of all, you may need to reconstruct the historical land cover information from multi-data sources, such as ...

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Obliquity-driven Changes in East Asian Seasonality

Obliquity, as a factor controlling seasonality, has been considered a modulator of paleomonsoon evolution. However, in contrast to the clearly identified contribution of precession, East Asian proxy records rarely provide ...

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Understanding the Changes of Convection and Rainfall in the Future

Atmospheric convection is one of the most important part of climate systems. Ranging from a few kilometers to tropospheric top, atmospheric convection is manifested by cumulus clouds with significant vertical extension c...

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Typhoon’s Impact on Climate: Oh No! I Shrink the Subtropical High!

Typhoon is the most severe weather system in the Western North Pacific. It brings natural disaster but also abundant water resources to Taiwan. Traditional wisdom tells us the dominant influences of large-scale atmospher...

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