2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Taiwan Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Taiwan Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Typhoon, Environmental science and Meteorology. He has researched Tropical cyclone in several fields, including Vortex and Extratropical cyclone. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Storm and Oceanography.
His studies deal with areas such as Sea surface temperature and Boundary layer as well as Typhoon. The Mesoscale meteorology research Chun-Chieh Wu does as part of his general Meteorology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Track, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His research investigates the connection with Mesoscale meteorology and areas like Precipitation which intersect with concerns in Natural disaster and Current.
His primary areas of investigation include Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Environmental science, Typhoon and Meteorology. His study in Tropical cyclone is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Storm, Atmospheric sciences and Potential vorticity. His Climatology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Precipitation.
His Typhoon research incorporates elements of Monsoon, Monsoon trough, Landfall and Mesoscale meteorology. In general Meteorology study, his work on Data assimilation and Vortex often relates to the realm of Terrain, Ensemble Kalman filter and Predictability, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Sea surface temperature study incorporates themes from Wind shear and Mixed layer.
Chun-Chieh Wu spends much of his time researching Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Environmental science, Typhoon and Rapid intensification. Chun-Chieh Wu has included themes like Wake and Convection in his Tropical cyclone study. His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Deep convection and Convective storm detection.
Typhoon is a subfield of Meteorology that Chun-Chieh Wu studies. His Rapid intensification research includes elements of Sea surface temperature, Ocean heat content, Rossby wave and Natural hazard. The study incorporates disciplines such as Annulus and Storm in addition to Atmospheric sciences.
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New evidence for enhanced ocean primary production triggered by tropical cyclone
I. Lin;W. Timothy Liu;Chun-Chieh Wu;George T. F. Wong.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Current understanding of tropical cyclone structure and intensity changes – a review
Y. Wang;C.-C. Wu.
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (2004)
Typhoons Affecting Taiwan: Current Understanding and Future Challenges
Chun-Chieh Wu;Ying-Hwa Kuo.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1999)
Upper-Ocean Thermal Structure and the Western North Pacific Category 5 Typhoons. Part I: Ocean Features and the Category 5 Typhoons’ Intensification
I. I. Lin;Chun Chieh Wu;Iam Fei Pun;Dong Shan Ko.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
The Interaction of Supertyphoon Maemi (2003) with a Warm Ocean Eddy
I. I. Lin;Chun Chieh Wu;Kerry A. Emanuel;I. Huan Lee.
Monthly Weather Review (2005)
Warm ocean anomaly, air sea fluxes, and the rapid intensification of tropical cyclone Nargis (2008)
I. I. Lin;Chi Hong Chen;Iam Fei Pun;W. Timothy Liu.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Rainfall Simulation Associated with Typhoon Herb (1996) near Taiwan. Part I: The Topographic Effect
Chun-Chieh Wu;Tzu-Hsiung Yen;Ying-Hwa Kuo;Wei Wang.
Weather and Forecasting (2002)
Upper-Ocean Thermal Structure and the Western North Pacific Category 5 Typhoons. Part II: Dependence on Translation Speed
I. I. Lin;Iam Fei Pun;Chun Chieh Wu.
Monthly Weather Review (2009)
Dropwindsonde Observations for Typhoon Surveillance near the Taiwan Region (DOTSTAR): An Overview
Chun Chieh Wu;Po Hsiung Lin;Sim Aberson;Tien Chiang Yeh.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2005)
An ocean coupling potential intensity index for tropical cyclones
I.-I. Lin;I.-I. Lin;Peter G. Black;James F. Price;C.-Y. Yang.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
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