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美国地球物理学会期刊主编校园行,快看看有你的学校吗?

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2019年11月12日至11月15日,美国地球物理学会AGU期刊Earth and Space ScienceJGR-Atmospheres资深编辑蒋红涛博士,将访问华南地区4所高校(南方科技大学、中科院广州地球化学所、暨南大学、中山大学)与地球和空间科学领域的科研人员进行面对面的深入交流,探讨最新的科研进展以及如何在AGU期刊上成功发表论文。


讲者介绍


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蒋红涛博士

蒋红涛博士是加州理工学院及美国宇航局(NASA)喷气推进实验室(JPL)工程与科学部首席科学家,气溶胶与云研究组主管。他和他带领的JPL团队在空间科学及地球卫星研发领域居世界领先地位。他的研究领域包括地球卫星遥感的研究与应用,主要关注污染传输、气溶胶、云、水蒸气及气候研究。蒋博士发表学术论文180余篇,2010年和2013年曾两次荣获美国宇航局颁发的杰出贡献勋章,并于2019年荣获爱德华-斯登科研成果奖及美国宇航局杰出科学发现勋章。


关于AGU


AGU(American Geophysical Union)美国地球物理学会,是地球和空间科学领域规模最大的非营利国际科学组织。通过顶尖的科学期刊,世界知名的学术会议,新闻和政治信息更新以及专业的发展研讨会以及计划,为地球和空间科学群体提供充满活力的交流平台。AGU旗下拥有22本学术期刊,涵盖地质与地球物理、地球化学、全球变化、环境科学、大气科学、海洋学、水文学、空间科学、生物地学、公共与环境健康等学科领域。期刊影响力在各所属学科领域位列前茅。发表在AGU期刊上的研究成果经常被著名的国际媒体杂志报道,包括:《纽约时报》《卫报》《科学杂志》新闻栏目等。


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讲座摘要


Frontiers of satellite observations and their applications

Satellite observations have revolutionized how we view and understand our home planet. This seminar present practical examples to show how to use measurements from satellite to understand the physical processes that govern the Earth’s atmosphere and ocean, and to address scientific challenges of weather and climate.


Building A Successful Career in Science and Technology

It's pretty hard to pursue career as a scientist or engineer if you can't seem to find something you'd love doing. This seminar brings together inspiring stories of how we change our daily experiences to achieve some of the most important breakthroughs in science and technology. The topics will include: “What determines success?”  “How can we excel in science and technology?”, “Where does passion come from?” and “How US research institutes select future scientists and engineers?”.


Contrasting effects on deep convective clouds

Convective clouds produce a significant proportion of the global precipitation and play an important role in the energy and water cycles. We quantify changes of the convective cloud ice mass-weighted altitude centroid (ZIWC) as a function of aerosol optical thickness (AOT). Analyses are conducted in smoke, dust and polluted continental aerosol environments over South America, Central Africa and Southeast Asia, using the latest measurements from the CloudSat and CALIPSO satellites. We find aerosols can inhibit or invigorate convection, depending on aerosol type and concentration. On average, smoke tends to suppress convection and results in lower ZIWC than clean clouds. Polluted continental aerosol tends to invigorate convection and promote higher ZIWC. The dust aerosol effects are regionally dependent and their signs differ from place to place. Moreover, we find that the aerosol inhibition or invigoration effects do not vary monotonically with AOT and the variations depend strongly on aerosol type. Our observational findings indicate that aerosol type is one of the key factors in determining the aerosol effects on convective clouds.


Simulation of remote sensing of clouds and humidity from space using a combined platform of radar and multi‐frequency microwave radiometers

This study presents a simulated simultaneous retrieval of mass mean cloud ice particle effective diameter, ice water content, water vapor, and temperature profiles using a combination of a 94‐GHz cloud radar and multifrequency (118, 183, 240, 310, 380, 664, and 850 GHz) millimeter‐ and submillimeter‐wave radiometers from a space platform. The retrieval capabilities and uncertainties of the combined radar and microwave radiometers are quantified. We show that this combined active and passive remote sensing approach with SmallSat technologies addresses a gap in the current state‐of‐the‐art remote sensing measurements of ice cloud properties, especially deriving vertical profiles of ice cloud particle sizes in the atmosphere together with the ambient thermodynamic conditions. Therefore, this new approach can serve as a plausible candidate for future missions that target cloud and precipitation processes to improve weather forecasts and climate predictions.


Publishing with AGU

The preparation of a manuscript publication is a very important step for scientists to make contributions to a specific scientific field. The purpose of this editorial seminar is to discuss how to approach and write a well-organized manuscript for a successful publication in the AGU journals. The topics will include: “AGU Journals, Impact Factors and Manuscript Types”, “Keys for Successful Submission”, “Keys for Reviewing Manuscript” and “’Secrets’ of how editors handle the review process”.




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