The South China Sea (SCS) experienced sea surface temperature that broke historical records in the autumn of 2015. Xiao Fuan, a faculty member from the School of Geographical Sciences and Remote Sensing of Guangzhou University, and his research team revealed the reasons of this event. The research entitled Early and Extreme Warming in the South China Sea During 2015/2016: Role of an Unusual Indian Ocean Dipole Event was published on Geophysical Research Letters, one of the top journals in earth sciences. Understanding the mechanisms of extremely warm events could be helpful for predicting extreme climate events and understanding the marine environmental changes. Xiao Fuan is its first author.
Research Link: https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL089936
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