His main research concerns Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography, Planetary boundary layer and Wind speed. W. Timothy Liu brings together Climatology and Environmental science to produce work in his papers. He has included themes like Ocean current and Tropical instability waves in his Sea surface temperature study.
His Oceanography research focuses on Atmosphere and how it connects with Pacific ocean, Trade wind and Bathymetry. His Planetary boundary layer research includes themes of Wind shear and Atmospheric sciences, Radiosonde. His research investigates the link between Wind shear and topics such as Buoy that cross with problems in Scatterometer.
W. Timothy Liu focuses on Climatology, Environmental science, Sea surface temperature, Scatterometer and Meteorology. W. Timothy Liu interconnects Altimeter, Oceanography and Precipitation in the investigation of issues within Climatology. The Sea surface temperature study combines topics in areas such as Planetary boundary layer, Sensible heat and Mixed layer.
His Scatterometer research integrates issues from Empirical orthogonal functions, Annual cycle, Equator, Extratropical cyclone and Physical oceanography. His work on Numerical weather prediction, Storm, Precipitable water and Tropical cyclone as part of general Meteorology research is frequently linked to Data set, bridging the gap between disciplines. His biological study deals with issues like Wind shear, which deal with fields such as Atmospheric instability.
W. Timothy Liu mainly focuses on Climatology, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences, Sea surface temperature and Wind stress. Climatology is closely attributed to Precipitation in his study. His Precipitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Moisture and Monsoon.
Combining a variety of fields, including Environmental science, Altimeter and Diurnal cycle, are what the author presents in his essays. Atmospheric instability, Pressure gradient, Surface stress and Troposphere is closely connected to Mesoscale meteorology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Sea surface temperature. His Wind stress study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bloom, Wind shear and Ekman transport.
W. Timothy Liu mostly deals with Climatology, Gulf Stream, Anomaly, Sea surface temperature and Geopotential height. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pluvial and Atmosphere in addition to Climatology. His research in Pluvial intersects with topics in Thunderstorm, Mesonet, Latent heat, Moisture and Teleconnection.
His research integrates issues of Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere, Boundary current and Mesoscale meteorology in his study of Atmosphere. He combines Geopotential height and Environmental science in his research. His Sea-surface height research is multidisciplinary, relying on both North Atlantic oscillation and Atlantic Equatorial mode.
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Summer upwelling in the South China Sea and its role in regional climate variations
Shang-Ping Xie;Qiang Xie;Dongxiao Wang;W. Timothy Liu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
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)
Far-Reaching Effects of the Hawaiian Islands on the Pacific Ocean-Atmosphere System
Shang-Ping Xie;W. Timothy Liu;Qinyu Liu;Masami Nonaka.
Role of Narrow Mountains in Large-Scale Organization of Asian Monsoon Convection*
Shang-Ping Xie;Haiming Xu;N. H. Saji;Yuqing Wang.
Journal of Climate (2006)
Bathymetric effect on the winter sea surface temperature and climate of the Yellow and East China Seas
Shang Ping Xie;Jan Hafner;Youichi Tanimoto;W. Timothy Liu.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Equivalent Neutral Wind
W. Timothy Liu;Wenqing Tang.
A gap in the Indo‐Pacific warm pool over the South China Sea in boreal winter: Seasonal development and interannual variability
Qinyu Liu;Xia Jiang;Shang-Ping Xie;W. Timothy Liu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
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)
Atmospheric manifestation of tropical instability wave observed by QuikSCAT and tropical rain measuring mission
W. Timothy Liu;Xiaosu Xie;Paulo S. Polito;Shang Ping Xie.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
NASA scatterometer provides global ocean-surface wind fields with more structures than numerical weather prediction
W. Timothy Liu;Wenqing Tang;Paulo S. Polito.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
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