Xiquan Dong spends much of his time researching Meteorology, Climatology, Cloud fraction, Atmospheric sciences and Effective radius. The concepts of his Meteorology study are interwoven with issues in Cloud top, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Remote sensing. His Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lidar, Pyranometer, Cloud forcing and Arctic.
His Arctic research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radiative forcing and Aerosol. In Cloud fraction, Xiquan Dong works on issues like Atmospheric radiation, which are connected to Forcing, Depth sounding and Troposphere. The various areas that Xiquan Dong examines in his Atmospheric sciences study include Outgoing longwave radiation, Atmosphere, Climate change, Radiative cooling and Downwelling.
Xiquan Dong mainly focuses on Meteorology, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Precipitation and Cloud fraction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cloud top, Remote sensing and Cloud physics in addition to Meteorology. In his study, Shortwave is inextricably linked to Longwave, which falls within the broad field of Climatology.
He integrates Atmospheric sciences and Effective radius in his research. His research investigates the connection between Precipitation and topics such as Mesoscale meteorology that intersect with issues in Numerical weather prediction, Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Wind speed and Radiometer. His study focuses on the intersection of Cloud fraction and fields such as Outgoing longwave radiation with connections in the field of Radiative cooling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Precipitation, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences and Climate model. His studies link Atmosphere with Climatology. When carried out as part of a general Precipitation research project, his work on Microphysics is frequently linked to work in Yangtze river, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work on Drizzle, In situ and Monsoon as part of general Meteorology study is frequently linked to Systems research and Thesaurus, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Atmospheric sciences study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Aerosol. His study in the fields of Cloud condensation nuclei under the domain of Aerosol overlaps with other disciplines such as Effective radius.
His primary areas of investigation include Precipitation, Meteorology, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences and Convection. In the field of Precipitation, his study on Microphysics overlaps with subjects such as Yangtze river. His research in the fields of Monsoon, Drizzle and In situ overlaps with other disciplines such as Thesaurus and Basic research.
His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scale, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Mixing ratio. His Atmospheric sciences study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Aerosol. His Cloud condensation nuclei study in the realm of Aerosol interacts with subjects such as Particle and Effective radius.
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Observational evidence of a change in radiative forcing due to the indirect aerosol effect
Joyce E. Penner;Xiquan Dong;Yang Chen.
A new retrieval for cloud liquid water path using a ground‐based microwave radiometer and measurements of cloud temperature
James C. Liljegren;Eugene E. Clothiaux;Gerald G. Mace;Seiji Kato;Seiji Kato.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
A Comparison of MERRA and NARR Reanalyses with the DOE ARM SGP Data
Aaron D. Kennedy;Xiquan Dong;Baike Xi;Shaocheng Xie.
Journal of Climate (2011)
Effects of varying aerosol regimes on low-level Arctic stratus
T. J. Garrett;C. Zhao;X. Dong;X. Dong;G. G. Mace.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
A 10 year climatology of Arctic cloud fraction and radiative forcing at Barrow, Alaska
Xiquan Dong;Baike Xi;Kathryn Crosby;Charles N. Long.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Comparison of Stratus Cloud Properties Deduced from Surface, GOES, and Aircraft Data during the March 2000 ARM Cloud IOP
Xiquan Dong;Patrick Minnis;Gerald G. Mace;William L. Smith.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2002)
A Climatology of Midlatitude Continental Clouds from the ARM SGP Central Facility. Part II: Cloud Fraction and Surface Radiative Forcing
Xiquan Dong;Baike Xi;Patrick Minnis.
Journal of Climate (2006)
East Asian Study of Tropospheric Aerosols and their Impact on Regional Clouds, Precipitation, and Climate (EAST-AIRCPC)
Zhanqing Li;Yuan Wang;Jianping Guo;Chuanfeng Zhao.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2019)
Microphysical and radiative properties of boundary layer stratiform clouds deduced from ground‐based measurements
Xiquan Dong;Xiquan Dong;Thomas P. Ackerman;Eugene E. Clothiaux;Peter Pilewskie.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Arctic Stratus Cloud Properties and Radiative Forcing Derived from Ground-Based Data Collected at Barrow, Alaska
Xiquan Dong;Gerald G. Mace.
Journal of Climate (2003)
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