Dr. Wang is now working in a number of research projects with foci on
UNESCO Tropical Meteorology 6.158 Project
Met610_lecture notes and Power Point files
Shared climatological monthly mean diurnal cycle of precipitation based on TRMM PR data
The current research grants include:
Evaluation and Improvement of NOAA Climate GCM Air-Sea Interaction Physics: An EPIC/VOCALS Synthesis Project, NOAA, OGP/CPPA, August 1 2007-July 2010, $275,384. (PI: Yuqing Wang, Co-PIs: Shang-Ping Xie and Simon de Szoeke).
Study of Processes Leading to Tropical Cyclone Intensity Change, NSF, October 2004-September 2008, $278,840. (PI: Yuqing Wang).
Tropical Cyclone Genesis and Sudden Changes of Track and Intensity in the Western Pacific, ONR, October 2006-September 2008, $643,500. (PI: Bin Wang, Co-PIs: Yuqing Wang, and Tim Li).
Establishment of the Integrated Climate Database for Reanalysis and International Data Network-Year 4, JAMSTEC, October 2005-March 2006, $73,395. (PI: Peter Hacker, co-PI: Shang-Ping Xie, Yuqing Wang).
Effects of the Andes on the Eastern Pacific Climate, NOAA CLIVAR/PACS Program, July 2001-June 2004 $289,995. (PI: Shang-Ping Xie, Co-PI: Yuqing Wang).
Tropical Cyclone Energy Dispersion and Self-maintaining Mechanisms for Summer Synoptic-scale Waves in the Northwest Pacific, NSF, September 2001-August 2004, $298,150. (PI: Tim Li, Co-PI: Yuqing Wang).
Dynamical Control of Rapid Tropical Cyclone Intensification by Environmental Shears, ONR, January 2002-December 2004, $795,000. (PI: Bin Wang, Co-PIs: Yuqing Wang, and Tim Li).