His primary scientific interests are in Data assimilation, Meteorology, Applied mathematics, Environmental science and Mesoscale meteorology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Adiabatic process, Grid, Precipitation and Minification. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Meteorology, Warm start is strongly linked to Climatology.
The concepts of his Applied mathematics study are interwoven with issues in Calculus of variations, Hessian matrix, Calculus, Mathematical optimization and Adjoint equation. His work focuses on many connections between Mesoscale meteorology and other disciplines, such as Extratropical cyclone, that overlap with his field of interest in Scale, Perspective, Period and Synoptic scale meteorology. He combines topics linked to Geodesy with his work on Remote sensing.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental science, Meteorology, Remote sensing, Data assimilation and Brightness temperature. His Environmental science study spans across into subjects like Climatology, Depth sounding, Radio occultation, Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit and Atmospheric sciences. His Meteorology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Radiance.
Xiaolei Zou studied Remote sensing and Brightness that intersect with Liquid water path. The various areas that he examines in his Data assimilation study include Weather forecasting, Precipitation, Radiosonde, Applied mathematics and Water vapor. His Brightness temperature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Communication channel, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Radiative transfer, Noise and Calibration.
Xiaolei Zou mostly deals with Environmental science, Remote sensing, Brightness temperature, Data assimilation and Radio occultation. His Environmental science studies intersect with other subjects such as Meteorology, Data striping, Brightness, Climatology and Radiance. Meteorology is closely attributed to Bending in his research.
In the field of Remote sensing, his study on Radiometer overlaps with subjects such as Polar. In his research on the topic of Brightness temperature, Latitude, Atmospheric temperature and Equator is strongly related with Depth sounding. His Data assimilation research incorporates themes from Applied mathematics, Satellite data and Precipitation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental science, Remote sensing, Meteorology, Convection and Polar. In general Remote sensing study, his work on Radiometer often relates to the realm of Data selection, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His study in the field of Data assimilation and Troposphere is also linked to topics like Radio occultation.
His Data assimilation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Regional model, Measurement uncertainty, Bias correction and Radiance. The Convection study combines topics in areas such as Climatology, Nowcasting, Rotational symmetry and Vortex. His studies in Brightness temperature integrate themes in fields like Local time, Depth sounding and Noise.
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Analysis and validation of GPS/MET data in the neutral atmosphere
C. Rocken;R. Anthes;M. Exner;D. Hunt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
GPS Sounding of the Atmosphere from Low Earth Orbit: Preliminary Results
R. Ware;C. Rocken;F. Solheim;M. Exner.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1996)
Variational Data Assimilation with an Adiabatic Version of the NMC Spectral Model
I. M. Navon;X. Zou;J. Derber;J. Sela.
Monthly Weather Review (1992)
Studies on the Initialization and Simulation of a Mature Hurricane Using a Variational Bogus Data Assimilation Scheme
Xiaolei Zou;Qingnong Xiao.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2000)
Assimilation of Atmospheric Radio Refractivity Using a Nonhydrostatic Adjoint Model
Xiaolei Zou;Ying-Hwa Kuo;Yong-run Guo.
Monthly Weather Review (1995)
Introduction to Adjoint Techniques and the MM5 Adjoint Modeling System.
Xiaolei Zou;F Vandenberght;Manuel Pondeca;Y H Kuo.
Variational Assimilation of Precipitable Water Using a Nonhydrostatic Mesoscale Adjoint Model. Part I: Moisture Retrieval and Sensitivity Experiments
Ying-Hwa Kuo;Xiaolei Zou;Yong-Run Guo.
Monthly Weather Review (1996)
Numerical Experience with Limited-Memory Quasi-Newton and Truncated Newton Methods
X. Zou;I. M. Navon;M. Berger;K. H. Phua.
Siam Journal on Optimization (1993)
Rainfall Assimilation through an Optimal Control of Initial and Boundary Conditions in a Limited-Area Mesoscale Model
X. Zou;Y.-H. Kuo.
Monthly Weather Review (1996)
The second order adjoint analysis: Theory and applications
Zhi Wang;I. M. Navon;F. X. Le Dimet;X. Zou.
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (1992)
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