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Pu Lin
Professional Specialist, NOAA GFD Lab-Princeton University
Professional Experience
NOAA GFD Lab-Princeton University
Professional Specialist
2022 - Present
Education
University of Washington
Doctorate
2013
Current Roles
Member
Atmospheric Sciences Yoram J. Kaufman Award Committee
Publications
On the Resolution Sensitivity of Equatorial Precipitation in a GFDL Global Atmospheric Model

We performed a series of aquaplanet simulations at the horizontal resolution from 50 to 6 km with identical parameterization settings using th...

October 02, 2023
AGU Abstracts
Tropical tropopause changes simulated in CMIP6 models
DYNAMICS AND CHEMISTRY OF THE UPPER TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATOSPHERE (UTLS) V POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Pu Lin
Tropical tropopause transition layer is an important component of the climate system. Many paths of the stratosphere-troposphere coupling are realized...
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Tropical Cyclone Frequency and ITCZ Dynamics in Zonally Asymmetric Aquaplanet Simulations
TROPICAL CYCLONES: OBSERVATIONS, MODELING, AND PREDICTABILITY—TODAY AND INTO THE FUTURE VII ORAL
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Adam Burnett, Aditi Sheshadri, Thomas E. Robinson,...
Global tropical cyclone (TC) frequency and intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) dynamics are investigated using a suite of simulations performed with...
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Sensitivity of tropical rainfall distribution to the horizontal resolution of GFDL’s AM4 model
BRIDGING GAPS BETWEEN OBSERVATIONS, MODELING, LAB, AND THEORY IN CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 13 december 2023
Akshaya Nikumbh, David Paynter, Pu Lin, Yi Ming
By increasing the horizontal resolution of climate models, one of the key expectations is to get a more reliable simulation of rainfall, especially th...
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Volunteer Experience
2023 - 2025
Member
Atmospheric Sciences Yoram J. Kaufman Award Committee
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