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Journal articles
 

Duan, S. Q., Ahmed, Fiaz, & Neelin, J. David Extreme moist heat waves from dry air effects on convection, Nature Geoscience, accepted.

Duan, S. Q., Mckinnon, K. A., & Simpson, I. R. (2024) Two perspectives on amplified warming over tropical land examined in CMIP6 models, JCLI, https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-22-0955.1

Duan, S. Q., Findell, K. L., & Fueglistaler, S. A. (2023) Coherent mechanistic patterns of land hydroclimatic changesGRL, 50, e2022GL102285. https://doi.org/10.1029/2022GL102285   Editor's Highlight  NOAA Climate Highlight

 

Duan, S. Q., Findell, K. L., & Wright, J. S. (2020) Three regimes of temperature distribution change over dry land, moist land, and oceanic surfacesGRL, 47, e2020GL090997. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL090997

Duan, S. Q., Wright, J. S., & Romps, D. M. (2018) On the utility (or futility) of using stable water isotopes to constrain the bulk properties of tropical convection. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 10. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017MS001074

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In Prep/Submitted:

Tsai, W.-M., Duan, S. Q., ..., Neelin, J. D. Co-occurring atmospheric features and their contributions to precipitation extremesJournal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, under review

Duan, S. Q., Mckinnon, K. A., Simpson, I. R.  Quantifying the impact of atmospheric circulation and soil preconditioning using large ensembles with constrained circulation: a case study of the 2021 Pacific Northwest heatwave, in prep

Duan, S. Q., Fukunaga, Kristen, Mckinnon, K. A. Evolution of temperature variability and its coupling with soil moisture over tropical land in CMIP5 large ensembles, Earth's Future, in prep

 
Thesis
 
  • Suqin Duan, 2018: On using stable water isotopes to better constrain convective simulation.  (PhD Thesis)
  • Suqin Duan, 2013: Teleconnections between East Asian and North American Summer Monsoon.  (BS Thesis)
  • Suqin Duan, 2011: An analysis of wind speed variation and urban wind energy potential in Guangdong Province. (Collection of Excellent Undergraduate Research of Sun Yat-sen U., in Chinese)

  • Suqin Duan, 2013: Chinese university students’ interpretations of feminism in contemporary China. (Undergraduate Double major thesis)

 

Others

 

  • Co-translator (into Chinese) for two commissions on climate change and public health published on The Lancet.

    • Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health, Watts, Nick et al. The Lancet, Volume 386, Issue 10006, 1861–1914;

    • Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch: report of The Rockefeller Foundation–Lancet Commission on planetary health, Whitmee, Sarah et al. The Lancet, Volume 386, Issue 10007,1973-202]

       

Presentations

 

  • Suqin Duan, Fiaz Ahmed, David Neelin: Dry air in the lower free troposphere intensifies surface extreme moist heat waves. (Talk, AGU 2023 Fall Meeting, San Francisco)

  • Suqin Duan, Karen McKinnon, Isla Simpson: Quantifying the impact of atmospheric circulation and soil preconditioning using large ensembles with constrained circulation: a case study of the 2021 Pacific Northwest heatwave. (Talk, AGU 2023 Fall Meeting, San Francisco)

  • Suqin Duan, Kirsten Findell, Stephan Fueglistaler: Coherent mechanistic patterns of land hydroclimatic changes. (Invited Talk, LLNL Climate Section)

  • Suqin Duan, Karen McKinnon, Isla Simpson: Two perspectives on amplified warming over tropical land. (Talk, AGU 2022 Fall Meeting, Chicago)

  • Suqin Duan, Kirsten Findell, Stephan Fueglistaler: The spatiotemporal distribution of land surface drying and its temperature feedback. (Talk, AGU 2021 Fall Meeting)

  • Suqin Duan, Kirsten Findell, Jonathon Wright, Stephan Fueglistaler: Three regimes of temperature distribution change over dry and wet surfaces. (Poster, AGU 2020 Fall Meeting)

  • Suqin Duan and David Romps: Warming warms the warmest worst. (Talk, AGU 2018 Fall Meeting, Washington D.C.)

  • Suqin Duan, David Romps, and Jonathon Wright: Sensitivity of atmospheric water isotopes to entrainment and precipitation efficiency. (Talk, AGU 2016 Fall Meeting, San Francisco; AOGS 13th Annual Meeting, Beijing; Poster, Graduate Climate Conference 2015, MIT/Woods Hole, MA )

  • Suqin DUAN & Jonathon WRIGHT, 2014: Variations of rapid and sustained rapid intensification of tropical cyclones in a changing climate. (Talk, Graduate Student Global Change Forum of China, Beijing; Poster, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting, Sapporo)

  • Suqin Duan, Weibiao Li, Qinhua Huang & Jonathon Wright, 2013: Variation of rapidly-intensifying Tropical Cyclones over the western north Pacific in a changing climate. (Talk, International Training Workshop on Extreme Weather and Climate Events, Beijing)

 

 

 

 

 

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