His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Precipitation, Global warming, Atmospheric sciences and Climate model. Aiguo Dai specializes in Climatology, namely Forcing. His work in the fields of Precipitation frequency overlaps with other areas such as Intensity.
He connects Global warming with Arid in his research. Aiguo Dai combines subjects such as Cloud cover, Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation and Global warming hiatus with his study of Atmospheric sciences. In his study, Humidity, Southern Hemisphere, Northern Hemisphere, Westerlies and Hadley cell is strongly linked to Anomaly, which falls under the umbrella field of Climate model.
Aiguo Dai mainly focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Climate model, Atmospheric sciences and Climate change. His research brings together the fields of Global warming and Climatology. He works mostly in the field of Precipitation, limiting it down to topics relating to Streamflow and, in certain cases, Surface runoff, as a part of the same area of interest.
His work carried out in the field of Climate model brings together such families of science as Meteorology, Convection, Surface pressure, Weather Research and Forecasting Model and Atmospheric tide. His work in Atmospheric sciences covers topics such as Cloud cover which are related to areas like Atmospheric temperature. His Forcing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere and Internal variability.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Precipitation, Climate model, Global warming and Climate change. His study in Forcing, Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Teleconnection, North Atlantic oscillation and Pacific decadal oscillation falls within the category of Climatology. His research in Precipitation intersects with topics in Monsoon, Troposphere and Mesoscale meteorology.
Aiguo Dai interconnects Range and Water cycle in the investigation of issues within Climate model. The various areas that Aiguo Dai examines in his Global warming study include Humidity, Convection, Atmospheric sciences and Arctic. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sea ice and Meteorology.
Aiguo Dai mainly investigates Climatology, Climate model, Precipitation, Global warming and Climate change. The study of Climatology is intertwined with the study of Arctic in a number of ways. His Climate model research includes elements of Humidity and Pacific decadal oscillation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Spatial variability, Seasonality and Weather Research and Forecasting Model in addition to Precipitation. His research integrates issues of Convection, Convective available potential energy, Atmospheric sciences and Buoyancy in his study of Global warming. His work deals with themes such as Sea ice, Evapotranspiration, Surface water and Water content, which intersect with Climate change.
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Increasing drought under global warming in observations and models
Aiguo Dai;Aiguo Dai.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Drought under global warming: a review
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2011)
The Changing Character of Precipitation
Kevin E. Trenberth;Aiguo Dai;R. O. Y. M. Rasmussen;David B. Parsons.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2003)
A Global Dataset of Palmer Drought Severity Index for 1870–2002: Relationship with Soil Moisture and Effects of Surface Warming
Aiguo Dai;K Evin E. Trenberth;Taotao Qian.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2004)
Global warming and changes in drought
Kevin E. Trenberth;Aiguo Dai;Aiguo Dai;Gerard van der Schrier;Gerard van der Schrier;Philip D. Jones;Philip D. Jones.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Technical Description of version 4.0 of the Community Land Model (CLM)
W. Oleson;M. Lawrence;B. Bonan;G. Flanner.
Estimates of Freshwater Discharge from Continents: Latitudinal and Seasonal Variations
Aiguo Dai;Kevin E. Trenberth.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2002)
Precipitation Characteristics in Eighteen Coupled Climate Models
Journal of Climate (2006)
Improvements to the Community Land Model and their impact on the hydrological cycle
K. W. Oleson;G. Y. Niu;Zong-Liang Yang;D. M. Lawrence.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Changes in Continental Freshwater Discharge from 1948 to 2004
Aiguo Dai;Taotao Qian;Kevin E. Trenberth;John D. Milliman.
Journal of Climate (2009)
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