Shineng Hu
Shineng Hu
Assistant Professor, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
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The impact of westerly wind bursts and ocean initial state on the development, and diversity of El Niņo events
AV Fedorov, S Hu, M Lengaigne, E Guilyardi
Climate Dynamics 44 (5-6), 1381-1401, 2015
1332015
Exceptionally strong easterly wind burst stalling El Niņo of 2014
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (8), 2005-2010, 2016
1312016
The extreme El Niņo of 2015–2016 and the end of global warming hiatus
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (8), 3816-3824, 2017
992017
The impact of westerly wind bursts on the diversity and predictability of El Niņo events: An ocean energetics perspective
S Hu, AV Fedorov, M Lengaigne, E Guilyardi
Geophysical research letters 41 (13), 4654-4663, 2014
752014
The extreme El Niņo of 2015–2016: The role of westerly and easterly wind bursts, and preconditioning by the failed 2014 event
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Climate Dynamics 52 (12), 7339-7357, 2019
712019
Cross-equatorial winds control El Niņo diversity and change
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Nature Climate Change 8 (9), 798-802, 2018
592018
Glacial to Holocene changes in trans-Atlantic Saharan dust transport and dust-climate feedbacks
RH Williams, D McGee, CW Kinsley, DA Ridley, S Hu, A Fedorov, I Tal, ...
Science Advances 2 (11), e1600445, 2016
352016
Indian Ocean warming can strengthen the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Nature climate change 9 (10), 747-751, 2019
282019
Climate impacts of a weakened Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation in a warming climate
W Liu, AV Fedorov, SP Xie, S Hu
Science advances 6 (26), eaaz4876, 2020
172020
The physics of orographic elevated heating in radiative–convective equilibrium
S Hu, WR Boos
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 74 (9), 2949-2965, 2017
112017
Competing effects of surface albedo and orographic elevated heating on regional climate
S Hu, WR Boos
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (13), 6966-6973, 2017
82017
Eastern Pacific wind effect on the evolution of El Niņo: implications for ENSO diversity
Q Peng, SP Xie, D Wang, Y Kamae, H Zhang, S Hu, XT Zheng, W Wang
Journal of Climate 33 (8), 3197-3212, 2020
72020
North Pacific temperature and precipitation response to El Niņo-like equatorial heating: sensitivity to forcing location
J Shi, AV Fedorov, S Hu
Climate Dynamics 53 (5), 2731-2741, 2019
72019
ENSO Low‐Frequency Modulation and Mean State Interactions
AV Fedorov, S Hu, AT Wittenberg, AFZ Levine, C Deser
El Niņo Southern Oscillation in a Changing Climate, 173-198, 2020
52020
Meridional structure and future changes of tropopause height and temperature
S Hu, GK Vallis
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 145 (723), 2698-2717, 2019
52019
Indian Ocean warming as a driver of the North Atlantic warming hole
S Hu, AV Fedorov
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-11, 2020
42020
Global pattern formation of net ocean surface heat flux response to greenhouse warming
S Hu, SP Xie, W Liu
Journal of Climate 33 (17), 7503-7522, 2020
32020
A sea surface height perspective on El Niņo diversity, ocean energetics, and energy damping rates
J Shi, AV Fedorov, S Hu
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (7), e2019GL086742, 2020
22020
Similarity Among Atmospheric Thermal Stratifications Over Elevated Surfaces Under Radiative‐Convective Equilibrium
J Nie, Y Xia, S Hu, W Yuan, J Yang, D Ma
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (6), 3512-3522, 2019
22019
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