Dr Yanjuan Wu
- Position: Visiting Researcher
- Areas of expertise: Decadal variability, Detection and attribution of climate change, Potential impacts of climate change.
- Email: Y.Wu1@leeds.ac.uk
Yanjuan is a visiting research fellow at the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds since July 2017. She was a post-doctoral researcher at the Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences after receiving her Ph.D. from Shanghai Normal University in 2016 where she studied earth and environmental science. She also works closely with University of Dayton.
Her research focuses on understanding of climate variability and change, particularly global and regional mean and extreme precipitation. She is currently working on the CSSP project on East Asia climate variability and extremes to better understand the thermodynamics of the East Asian summer monsoon.
She also works on identify regional heavy precipitation events, with their high intensity, large impact area and long duration, which have tremendous impacts on society and ecosystems, and further explore the changes in these extreme events and its associated large scale circulations under global warming.
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Research groups and institutes
- Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science