His primary scientific interests are in Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Storm, Meteorology and Atmospheric sciences. His Tropical cyclone study is concerned with the larger field of Oceanography. His Climatology study focuses on Western Hemisphere Warm Pool in particular.
His Atlantic hurricane study in the realm of Storm interacts with subjects such as Tropical cyclone rainfall forecasting and Momentum. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dispersion and Turbulence. His research investigates the connection with Eye and areas like Hurricane intensity which intersect with concerns in Fully coupled and Active season.
Shuyi S. Chen focuses on Climatology, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences, Tropical cyclone and Convection. Shuyi S. Chen combines subjects such as Madden–Julian oscillation and Precipitation with his study of Climatology. His Wind wave research extends to the thematically linked field of Meteorology.
His Atmospheric sciences study which covers Atmosphere that intersects with Fully coupled. In general Tropical cyclone, his work in Eyewall replacement cycle is often linked to Tropical cyclone rainfall forecasting linking many areas of study. His Convection research includes themes of Subsidence and Troposphere.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Precipitation, Ocean current, Madden–Julian oscillation and Diurnal cycle. His research on Climatology focuses in particular on Tropical cyclone. His Tropical cyclone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Storm surge and Atmospheric forcing.
In Ocean current, he works on issues like Dispersion, which are connected to Vortex, Geophysics and Flow. His work in Madden–Julian oscillation covers topics such as Indian ocean which are related to areas like Trade wind, Scatterometer and Surface winds. His Diurnal cycle study combines topics in areas such as Sea breeze and Intertropical Convergence Zone.
Shuyi S. Chen mostly deals with Remote sensing, Ocean current, Dispersion, Laser and Surface. His Remote sensing research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Assisted GPS, Field of view, Aerostat, Inertial navigation system and Tracking. His Ocean current research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vortex and Flow.
His Dispersion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geophysics and Vorticity. Shuyi S. Chen incorporates Laser and Sampling in his studies.
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Prediction of Landfalling Hurricanes with the Advanced Hurricane WRF Model
Christopher Davis;Wei Wang;Shuyi S. Chen;Yongsheng Chen.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
Diurnal variation and life‐cycle of deep convective systems over the tropical pacific warm pool
Shuyi S. Chen;Robert A. Houze.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1997)
Multiscale variability of deep convection in relation to large-scale circulation in TOGA COARE
Shuyi S. Chen;Robert A. Houze;Brian E. Mapes.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1996)
Precipitation Distribution in Tropical Cyclones Using the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Microwave Imager: A Global Perspective
Manuel Lonfat;Frank D. Marks;Shuyi S. Chen.
Monthly Weather Review (2004)
Effects of Vertical Wind Shear and Storm Motion on Tropical Cyclone Rainfall Asymmetries Deduced from TRMM
Shuyi S. Chen;John A. Knaff;Frank D. Marks.
Monthly Weather Review (2006)
The CBLAST-Hurricane program and the next-generation fully coupled atmosphere–wave–ocean models for hurricane research and prediction
Shuyi S. Chen;James F. Price;Wei Zhao;Mark A. Donelan.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2007)
Hurricane Intensity and Eyewall Replacement
Robert A. Houze;Shuyi S. Chen;Bradley F. Smull;Wen Chau Lee.
A Numerical Study of the Impact of Vertical Shear on the Distribution of Rainfall in Hurricane Bonnie (1998)
Robert Rogers;Shuyi Chen;Joseph Tenerelli;Hugh Willoughby.
Monthly Weather Review (2003)
Submesoscale dispersion in the vicinity of the Deepwater Horizon spill.
Andrew C. Poje;Tamay M. Özgökmen;Bruce L. Lipphardt;Brian K. Haus.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
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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