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Guangshan Chen
Guangshan Chen
Research Scientist, Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Simulation of the evolutionary response of global summer monsoons to orbital forcing over the past 280,000 years
JE Kutzbach, X Liu, Z Liu, G Chen
Climate Dynamics 30 (6), 567-579, 2008
2502008
Southern Hemisphere forcing of Pliocene δ18O and the evolution of Indo‐Asian monsoons
SC Clemens, WL Prell, Y Sun, Z Liu, G Chen
Paleoceanography 23 (4), 2008
1622008
Potential role of winter rainfall in explaining increased moisture in the Mediterranean and Middle East during periods of maximum orbitally-forced insolation seasonality
JE Kutzbach, G Chen, H Cheng, RL Edwards, Z Liu
Climate Dynamics, doi 10.1007/s00382-013-16, 2013
1202013
Precession-band variance missing from East Asian monsoon runoff
SC Clemens, A Holbourn, Y Kubota, KE Lee, Z Liu, G Chen, A Nelson, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 3364, 2018
1082018
Mechanisms of elevation-dependent warming over the Tibetan plateau in quadrupled CO2 experiments
L Yan, Z Liu, G Chen, JE Kutzbach, X Liu
Climatic Change 135 (3-4), 509-519, 2016
752016
Sensitivity of the Australian summer monsoon to tilt and precession forcing
KH Wyrwoll, Z Liu, G Chen, JE Kutzbach, X Liu
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (25-28), 3043-3057, 2007
662007
Simulated Local and Remote Biophysical Effects of Afforestation over the Southeast United States in Boreal Summer*
GS Chen, M Notaro, Z Liu, Y Liu
Journal of Climate 25 (13), 4511-4522, 2012
582012
Heterodynes dominate precipitation isotopes in the East Asian monsoon region, reflecting interaction of multiple climate factors
EK Thomas, SC Clemens, Y Sun, WL Prell, Y Huang, L Gao, S Loomis, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 455, 196-206, 2016
502016
Reexamining the barrier effect of the Tibetan Plateau on the South Asian summer monsoon
GS Chen, Z Liu, JE Kutzbach
Climate of the Past 10 (3), 1269-1275, 2014
492014
Simulated impacts of afforestation in East China monsoon region as modulated by ocean variability
D Ma, M Notaro, Z Liu, G Chen, Y Liu
Climate dynamics 41 (9-10), 2439-2450, 2013
462013
Modeling the time-dependent response of the Asian summer monsoon to obliquity forcing in a coupled GCM: a PHASEMAP sensitivity experiment
GS Chen, Z Liu, SC Clemens, WL Prell, X Liu
Climate dynamics 36 (3-4), 695-710, 2011
432011
The palaeoceanography of the Leeuwin Current: implications for a future world
KH Wyrwoll, BJ Greenstein, GW Kendrick, GS Chen
Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 92, 37, 2009
402009
Vegetation Feedbacks to Climate in the Global Monsoon Regions*
M Notaro, G Chen, Z Liu
Journal of Climate 24 (22), 5740-5756, 2011
382011
Calendar effect on phase study in paleoclimate transient simulation with orbital forcing
GS Chen, JE Kutzbach, R Gallimore, Z Liu
Climate dynamics 37 (9-10), 1949-1960, 2011
382011
Prominent precession‐band variance in ENSO intensity over the last 300,000 years
Z Lu, Z Liu, G Chen, J Guan
Geophysical Research Letters, 2019
262019
Resolving seasonal rainfall changes in the Middle East during the last interglacial period
IJ Orland, F He, M Bar-Matthews, G Chen, A Ayalon, JE Kutzbach
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (50), 24985-24990, 2019
252019
Observed Local and Remote Influences of Vegetation on the Atmosphere across North America Using a Model-Validated Statistical Technique That First Excludes Oceanic Forcings*
F Wang, M Notaro, Z Liu, G Chen
Journal of Climate 27 (1), 362-382, 2014
242014
Did aboriginal vegetation burning impact on the Australian summer monsoon?
M Notaro, KH Wyrwoll, G Chen
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (11), 2011
242011
Study on paleotemperature of aeolian sediments in Shuangliao area of Jilin
FJ Li, JX Deng, QB Wen, GS CHEN, JM LI
Scientia Geographica Sinica 24 (5), 616-619, 2004
20*2004
Orbital time-scale circulation controls of the Australian Summer monsoon: a possible role for mid-latitude Southern Hemisphere forcing?
KH Wyrwoll, JM Hopwood, G Chen
Quaternary Science Reviews 35, 23-28, 2012
192012
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