Song, S., N.E. Selin, L.E. Gratz, J.L. Ambrose, D.A. Jaffe, V. Shah, L. Jaeglé, A. Giang, B. Yuan, L. Kaser, E.C. Apel, R.S. Hornbrook, N.J. Blake, A.J. Weinheimer, R.L. Mauldin III, C.A. Cantrell, M.S. Castro, G. Conley, T.M. Holsen, W.T. Luke and R. Talbot
Dr. Wang's research interests include aerosol physics and chemistry, cloud dynamics, microphysics, and chemistry, interaction between cloud-scale and large-scale processes, aerosol-cloud-climate interactions, and atmospheric chemistry. He and his group have developed a three-dimensional cloud-resolving model to simulate the dynamical, microphysical, and chemical processes of clouds, especially of deep convective clouds. They have also developed a three-dimensional global aerosol-climate model to study the roles of atmospheric aerosols as well as aerosol-cloud interaction in climate processes. He is also working on a global interactive chemistry and climate model and using this model to study the sensitivity of climate change to atmospheric chemical processes.
Selected Publications: Wang, C., 2013: Impact of anthropogenic absorbing aerosols on clouds and precipitation: A review of recent progresses, Atmospheric Research, 122: 237-249
B.Sc., Atmospheric Physics, Peking University, 1982
M.S., Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, and Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, 1985
Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, State University of New York, 1992