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Wei-Ching Hsu
Wei-Ching Hsu
Phone:
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Email:
weiching@tamu.edu
Office:
O&M 629
Address:

Texas A&M University O&M Building
Room 629 MS 3146 
College Station, Texas 77843


Degrees:

B.S., Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University.

M.S., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Awards:

Outstanding Student Cultivation Scholarship (College of Science), National Taiwan University (2007)

Presidential Award, National Taiwan University (2007 – 2008)

Dean’s Award (College of Science), National Taiwan University (2010)

Wei-Ching Hsu

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Selected Conference Abstracts

  • Hsu, W.-C., D. Fu, P. Chang, C. M. Patricola, R. Saravanan, S. Yeager, and G. Danabasoglu, Hindcast of seasonal tropical cyclone activity using sea surface temperature from CESM decadal predictions. 98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting (2018).
  • Hsu, W.-C., C. M. Patricola, and P. Chang, Impact of sea surface temperature biases on tropical cyclone simulations. PREFACE-PIRATA-CLIVAR Tropical Atlantic Variability Conference (2016).
  • Hsu, W.-C., C. M. Patricola, and P. Chang, Impact of sea surface temperature biases on tropical cyclone simulations. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (2016), Abstract A43I-0363.

Seminar Presentation

  • Hsu, W.-C., C. M. Patricola, and P. Chang, Impact of climate model sea surface temperature biases on tropical cyclone simulations. Texas A&M Oceanography Seminar, Feb 27, 2017.

Additional Research Experience

  • Student Scientist, ITOP Mooring Program (Apr. 2010), R/V Revelle, the Pacific Ocean.
  • Student Researcher, MERIT Project (Aug. 2009 - Sept. 2009), Majuro, Marshall Islands.

Selected Publications

Hsu, W.-C., C. M. Patricola, and P. Chang, Impact of model sea surface temperature biases on tropical cyclone simulations. In preparation.

Jones, D. C., T. Ito, Y. Takano, and W.-C. Hsu (2014), Spatial and seasonal variability of the air-sea equilibration timescale of carbon dioxide, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 28, 1163–1178, doi:10.1002/2014GB004813.

M.S. thesis: The variability and seasonal cycle of the Southern Ocean carbon flux (2013), URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/49079

Additional Information

AdvisorDr. Ping Chang
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