Pao K. Wang

 

Professor

Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

University of Wisconsin-Madison

1225 W. Dayton Street

Madison, WI 53706

USA

 

Phone: (608)-263-6479

FAX:  (608)-262-7482

Email: pao@windy.aos.wisc.edu

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Education

 

*       Ph.D.(Atmospheric Sciences), 1978 -- University of California-Los Angeles

*       M.S.(Atmospheric Sciences), 1975 -- University of California-Los Angeles

*       B.S.(Atmospheric Sciences), 1971 -- National Taiwan University

 

Professional Society Membership

 

*       American Meteorological Society

*       American Geophysical Union

*       American Association for the Advancement of Science

*       American Association for Aerosol Research

*       Royal Meteorological Society (U.K.)

*       Midwest Association for Cloud and Aerosol Physics

 

Employment

 

*       1988-Date Professor , University of Wisconsin-Madison

*       1984-1988 Associate Professor , University of Wisconsin-Madison

*       1980-1984 Assistant Professor , University of Wisconsin-Madison

*       1980 Adjunct Assistant Professor UCLA

*       1978-1980 Research Atmospheric Physicist, UCLA

*       1973-1978 Graduate Research Meteorologist, UCLA

 

Professional Associations

 

*       President, Taiwan (ROC) Meteorological Society, 2013 – date

*       Chairman, Air Resources Management Program, UW-Madison (1998-2002)

*       Chairman, Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic sciences, UW-Madison (1994-1997)

*       Chairman, Cloud Physics Committee, American Meteorological Society (1991-1993)

*       Chairman, Fellowship Committee (Physical Sciences), UW-Madison (1997-2002)

*       Visiting Professor, UCLA (1988), University of Mainz (Germany, 1993), National Taiwan University (Taiwan, 1993), MIT (1997)

*       Visiting Professor/scientist,  University of Ferrara (Italy, 2001), Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry (Germany, 2003).

*       Research Chair Professor, National Taiwan University (2005, 2007, 2008)

*       Advisory Committee, ICAPS (European Space Agency sponsored project)

*       Scientific Committee, RCOM/MARUM, University of  Bremen, Germany (EU sponsored project)

*       Consulting Editor (Meteorology and Climatology), McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technolohy

*       Topic Editor (Geophysics), Il Nuovo Cimento C.

*       Editor, European Physical Journal Plus

*       Associate Editor, Atmospheric Research

*       International Advisory Board, Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

*       Advisory Committee, Environmental Change Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

*       Panelist, NSF Major Research Instrumentation Program

*       Panelist, EPA Scientific Review Panel - Atmospheric Physics & Chemistry (since 1982)

*       Associate Chair, Graduate Affairs, Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison (1986-1988) 

*       Associate Chair, Undergrad. Affairs, Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison (1990-1992)

*       U.S. Delegation member, U.S.-China Cooperation Program for Climate Studies, 1987.

*       NOAA Review Panel for Weather Modification Program

*       Technical Consultant (filtration technology), Nelson Industries

 

Awards and Honors

 

*       S. C. Johnson Distinguished Fellowship, 1992

*       Teaching Excellence, Dept. of Meteorology, 1992

*       Alexander von Humboldt Senior Research Award (Germany), 1993

*       Best Book Award (Heaven and Earth, Newton Publishing), Taiwan, 1996

*       King-Ting Recommended Book Award, (Insight, Commonwealth Publishing), Taiwan, 2002.

*       Ta-You Wu Popular Sciences Book Award (Insight, Commonwealth Publishing), Taiwan, 2002.  

*       Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 2005

*       King-Ting Selected Book Award, (The Science of the Wide World: An Earthling’s Perspective, Rhythms Publishing), Taiwan, 2005

*       Fellow, Taiwan (ROC) Meteorological Society, 2008

 

Publications

 

Books

*       Wang, Pao K., 2002: Ice Microdynamics. Academic Press, 273pp.  

*       Wang, Pao K., 2013: Physics and Dynamics of Clouds and Precipitation. Cambridge University Press, 467pp. (download errata)

 

Book Chapters

*       Wang, P. K., 1985: Air Pollutant Measurements. Chap. 22 in Handbook of Applied Meteorology, D. D. Houghton, ed., Wiley Interscience, 667-678.

*       Wang, P. K., and De'er Zhang, 1991: Reconstruction of the 18th century precipitation of Nanjing, Suzhou, and Hangzhou using the Clear and rain Records. in Climate Since 1500 AD, R. S. Bradley and P. D. Jones, Eds., Routledge, London , 184-209.

*       Winkler, M., and P. K. Wang, 1994: The late Pleistocene and Holocene climate of China: A review of biogeologic evidence and a comparison with GCM climate simulations. in Global Climates Since Last Glacial Maximum, Wright et al., eds, Univ. of Minnesota Press, 221-264.

*       Wang, Pao K., 2003: Acid Rain and Precipitation Chemistry. Encyclopedia of Water Science, Marcel-Dekker.  

*       Wang, Pao K., 2004: Atmospheric water vapor. McGraw-Hill Year Book of Science & Technology 2004, 14-16.McGraw-Hill.

*       Wang, Pao K., 2005: Isentropic Modeling of Atmospheric Motions. in 2005 Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill

 

Papers Published in Refereed Journals

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Cloud Physics and Dynamics  

*       Wang, P. K., and H. R. Pruppacher, 1977a: Acceleration to terminal velocity of cloud and rain drops. J. Appl. Meteor., 16, 275-280.

*       Martin, J. J., P. K. Wang, H. R. Pruppacher, and R. L. Pitter, 1981: A numerical study of the effect of electric charges on the efficiency with which planar ice crystals collect supercooled water drops. J. Atmos. Sci., 38, 2462-2469.

*       Wang, P. K., 1982: Mathematical description of the shape of conical hydrometeors. J. Atmos. Sci.,39, 2615-2622.

*       Wang, P. K., and S. M. Denzer, 1983: Mathematical description of the shape of plane hexagonal snow crystals. J. Atmos. Sci., 40, 1024-1028.

*       Wang, P. K., 1983a: On the definition of collision efficiency of atmospheric particles. J. Atmos. Sci., 40, 1051-1052.

*       Wang, P. K., C. H. Chuang, and N. L. Miller, 1985: Electrostatic, temperature, and vapor density fields surrounding stationary columnar ice crystals. J. Atmos. Sci., 42, 2371-2379.

*       Rasmussen, R.,C. Walcek, H. R. Pruppacher, S. Mitra, J. Lew, V. Levizzani, P. K. Wang, and U. Barth, 1985: A wind tunnel investigation of the effect of an external, vertical electric field on the shape of electrically uncharged rain drops. J. Atmos. Sci., 42, 1647-1652.

*       Wang, P. K., 1987: Two dimensional characterization of polygonally symmetric particles. J. Colloid Interf. Sci., 117, 271-281.

*       Wang, P. K., T. J. Greenwald, and Jianlu Wang, 1987: A three parameter representation of the shape and size distributions of hailstones - A case study. J. Atmos. Sci., 44, 1062-1070.

*       Wang, P. K., 1988: A convective diffusion model for the scavenging of submicron particles by snow crystals of arbitrary shapes- some comments and corrections. Atmos. Res. 23, 195-198.

*       Ji, Wusheng, and P. K. Wang, 1989: Numerical simulation of three dimensional unsteady viscous flow past hexagonal ice crystals in the air - Preliminary results. Atmos. Res. 25, 539-557

*       Ji, W., and P. K. Wang, 1991: Numerical simulation of three-dimensional unsteady viscous flow past finite cylinders in an unbounded fluid at low intermediate Reynolds numbers.  Theor. Compu. Fluid Dynam., 3, 43-59.

*       Wang, P. K., 1992: Theoretical studies on the convective diffusion around two- and three-dimensional objects. Trends in Heat and Mass Transfer, 2,J. Menon, ed., 173-186.

*       Johnson, D. E., P. K. Wang, and J. M. Straka, 1993: Numerical simulation of the 2 August 1981 CCOPE supercell storm with and without ice microphysics. J. Appl. Meteor., 32, 745-759.

*       Johnson, D. E., and P. K. Wang, and J. M. Straka, 1995: A study of microphysical processes in the 2 August 1981 CCOPE supercell storm. Atmos. Res. 33, 93-123.

*       Magradze, G. J., and P. K. Wang, 1995: A note on the closed-form mathematical description of the volume of conical hydrometeors. Atmos. Res. 39, 275-278.

*       Wang, P. K., and Wusheng Ji, 1997: Simulation of three-dimensional unsteady flow past ice crystals J. Atmos. Sci. ,54, 2261-2274.

*       Wang, P. K., 1997: characterization of ice particles in clouds by simple mathematical expressions based on successive modification of simple shapes. J. Atmos. Sci. 54, 2035-2041.

*       Lin, Hsin-Mu, and Pao K. Wang, 1997: A numerical study of microphysical processes in the 21 June 1991 Northern Taiwan mesoscale precipitation system. Terres. Atmos. Oceanic Sci., ., 8, 385-404.

*       Ji, Wusheng, and Pao K. Wang, 1998: On the ventilation coefficients of falling ice crystals at low-intermediate Reynolds numbers. J. Atmos. Sci.,56, 829-836.

*       Wang, P. K., 1999: Three-dimensional representations of hexagonal ice crystals and hail particles of elliptical cross-sections , J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 1089-1093.

*       Wang, P. K., and Wusheng Ji, 2000: Collision Efficiencies of Ice Crystals at Low-Intermediate Reynolds Numbers Colliding with Supercooled Cloud Droplets: A Numerical Study. J. Atmos. Sci., 57, 1001-1009.

*       Wang, P. K., 2002: The Kansas Green Thunderstorm of 4 October 1998. . Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 83, 355-357.

*       Wang, P. K., 2002: Shape and Microdynamics of Ice Particles and Their Effects in Cirrus Clouds. Invited monograph in Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 45, Academic Press, 1-265.

*       Liu, H. C., P. K. Wang, and R. E. Schlesinger, 2003a: A Numerical Study of Cirrus Clouds. Part I: Model Description. J. Atmos. Sci. , 60, 1075-1084.

*       Liu, H. C., P. K. Wang, and R. E. Schlesinger, 2003b:A Numerical Study of Cirrus Clouds. Part II: Effects of Ambient Temperature and Stability on Cirrus Evolution. J. Atmos. Sci. , 60, 1097-1119.

*       Chiruta, M., and P. K. Wang, 2003: On the capacitance of bullet rosette crystals. J. Atmos. Sci., 60, 836-846.

*       Wang, P. K., 2003: Moisture Plumes above Thunderstorm Anvils and Their Contributions to Cross Tropopause Transport of Water Vapor in Midlatitudes. J. Geophys. Res., 108(D6), 4194, doi: 10.1029/2003JD002581, 2003.  

*       Wang, P. K. 2004:, A cloud model interpretation of jumping cirrus above storm top, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L18106, doi:10.1029/2004GL020787

*       Chiruta, M., and P. K. Wang, 2005: The capacitance of solid and hollow hexagonal ice columns. Geophys. Res. Lett., VOL. 32, L05803, doi:10.1029/2004GL021771, 2005.

*       Wang, Pao K., 2005: The Wisconsin Dynamical/Microphysical Model (WISCDYMM) and the use of it to interpret satellite-observed storm dynamics.,  in MEASURING PRECIPITATION FROM SPACE EURAINSAT AND THE FUTURE. Edited by V. Levizzani, et al., bibl. (in press by Kluwer Academic Publishers)

*       Setvak, M., R. M. Robin and P. K. Wang, 2007: Contribution of MODIS instrument to the observations of deep convective storms and stratospheric moisture detection in GOES and MSG imagery (accepted for publication in Atmospheric Research)

*       Lin, Hsin-mu, Pao K. Wang, and Robert E. Schlesinger, 2005: Three-Dimensional Nonhydrostatic Simulations of Summer Thunderstorms in the Humid Subtropics versus High Plains. Atmos. Res., 78, 103-145.

*       Wang, Pao K. 2007: The Thermodynamic Structure atop a Penetrating Convective Thunderstorm. Atmospheric Research, 83, 254-262.

*       Setvak, M., D. T. Lindsey, R. Rabin, and P. K. Wang, 2008: Indication of water vapor transport into the lower stratosphere above midlatitude convective storms: Meteosat Second Generation satellite observations and radiative transfer model simulations, Atmos. Res., 89, 170-180.

*       Chiou-Jiu Chen and Pao K. Wang, 2009: Diffusion growth of solid and hollow hexagonal ice columns. Il Nuovo Cimento, 124, 87-97.

*       Wang, Pao K., M. Setvak, W. Lyons, W. Schmid, and H. Lin,   2009: Further evidence of deep convective vertical transport of water vapor through the tropopause, Atmos. Res., 94, 400-408.

*       Martin Setvák, Daniel T. Lindsey, Petr Novák, Pao K. Wang, Michaela Radová, Jochen Kerkmann5, Louie Grasso2, Shih-Hao Su3, Robert M. Rabin6,7, Jindřich Šťástka, Zdeněk Charvát, Hana Kyznarová, 2010: Cold-ring-shaped cloud top features atop convective storms, Atmospherci Research, 97, 80-96.

*       Wang, P. K., M. Setvak, R. M. Rabin, H. M. Lin and S. H. Su, 2010: Ship wave signature at the cloud top of deep convective storms. Atmos. Res., 97, 294-302.

*       Flossmann, A. I., V. Levizzani, and P. K. Wang, 2010: On the fundamental role of Hans Pruppacher for cloud physics and cloud chemistry. Atmos. Res., 97, 393-395.

*       Wang, P. K., Hsin-Mu Lin; Shih-Hao Su., 2010: The Impact of Ice Microphysical Processes on the Life Span of a Midlatitude Supercell Storm, Atmos. Res. 97, 450-461.

*       Wang, P. K., S, H. Su, Z. Charvat, J. Stastka, and H. M. Lin, 2011: Cross tropopause transport of water by mid-latitude deep convective storms: A review. Terr. Atmos, Ocean. Sci., 22, 447-462.

*       Kubicek, A., and P. K. Wang, 2012: A numerical study of the flow fields around a typical conical graupel fallin at various inclination angles. Atmos. Res., 118, 15-26.

*       Setvak, M., K. Bedka, D. T. Lindsey, A. Sokol, Z. Charvat, J. Stastka, and P. K. Wang, 2013: A-Train observations of deep convective storm tops. Atmos. Res., 123, 229-248.

*       Wang, P. K., and A. Kubicek, 2013: Flow fields of graupel falling in air. Atmos. Res., 124, 158-169.

*       Cheng, K. Y., and P. K. Wang, 2013: A numerical study of the flow fields around falling hails. Atmos. Res., 132-133, 253-263.

*       Cheng, K. Y., and P. K. Wang, 2013: Corrigendum to “A numerical study of the flow fields around falling hails” Atmos. Res. 135-136, 205.

*       He, J., V. Rakov, D. Wang, and P. K. Wang, 2013: Lightning physics and effects. Atmos. Res., 129-130, 33.

*       Cheng, K. Y., P. K. Wang, and C. K. Wang, 2014: A Numerical study on the ventilation coefficients of falling hailstones. J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 2625-2634.

*       Panda J., H. Singh, P. K. Wang, R. K. Giri and A. Routray, 2014: A qualitative study of some of the meteorological features during tropical cyclone PHET using satellite observations and WRF modeling system. J. Indian Soc. Remote Sensing, 11 July 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s12524-014-0386-4

*       Hashino, T., M. Chiruta, D. Polzin, A. Kubicek and P. K. Wang, 2014: Numerical simulation of the flow fields around falling ice crystals with inclined orientation and the hydrodynamic torque. Atmos. Res. , 150, 79-96.

*       Wang, P. K., Chueh, C. C., and C. K. Wang, 2015: A numerical study of flow fields of lobed hailstones falling in air. Atmos. Res. 160, 1-14.

*       Cheng, K. Y., P. K. Wang and T. Hashino, 2015: A Numerical study on the attitudes and aerodynamics of freely falling hexagonal ice plates. J. Atmos. Sci. (accepted)

 

 

Aerosol Physics and Chemistry

*       Wang, P. K., and H. R. Pruppacher, 1977b: An experimental determination of the efficiency with which aerosol particles are collected by water drops in subsaturated air. J. Atmos. Sci., 34, 1664-1669.

*       Wang, P. K., S. N. Grover, and H. R. Pruppacher, 1978: On the effect of electric charges on the scavenging of aerosol particles by cloud and small rain drops. J. Atmos. Sci., 35, 1735-1743.

*       Wang, P. K., 1979a: Particular solutions to the steady-state diffusion equation and their application to aerosol scavenging problems. Papers Meteor. Res.,2, 37-42.

*       Wang, P. K., and H. R. Pruppacher, 1980a: The effect of an external electric field on the scavenging of aerosol particles by clouds and small rain drops. J. Coll. Interf. Sci., 75, 286-297.

*       Wang, P. K., and H. R. Pruppacher, 1980b: On the efficiency with which aerosol particles of radius less than one micron are collected by columnar ice crystals. Pure Appl. Geophys., 118, 1090-1108.

*       Martin, J. J., P. K. Wang, and H. R. Pruppacher, 1980a: On the efficiency with which aerosol particles of radius larger than 0.1 micron are collected by simple ice plates. Pure Appl. Geophys., 118, 1109-1129.

*       Martin, J. J., P. K. Wang, and H. R. Pruppacher, 1980b: A theoretical determination of the efficiency with which aerosol particles are collected by simple ice plates. J. Atmos. Sci.,37, 1628-1638.

*       Martin, J. J., P. K. Wang, and H. R. Pruppacher, 1980c: A theoretical study of the effect of electric charges on the efficiency with which aerosol particles are collected by ice crystal plates. J Colloid Interf. Sci., 78, 44-56.

*       Walcek, C., P. K. Wang, J. H. Topalian, S. K. Mitra, and H. R. Pruppacher, 1981: An experimental test of a theoretical model designed to determine the rate at which freely falling water drops scavenge SO2 in air. J. Atmos. Sci., 38, 871-876.

*       Wang, P. K., 1983b: Collection of aerosol particles by conducting spheres in an external electric field - continuum regime approximation. J. Coll. Interf. Sci., 94, 301-318.

*       Wang ,P. K., 1984: An investigation of the relationship between climatic conditions and the occurrence of flying locusts infestation in China in historical time. Abst. 10th Int. Congress Biometeor., Tokyo, Japan, July 26-30, 1984, 246.

*       Wang, P. K., 1985: Air pollutant measurements. in Handbook of Applied Meteorology, D. D. Houghton, Ed., Chap.22, 667-678. Wiley Interscience, New York.

*       Wang, P. K., 1985b: A convective diffusion model for the scavenging of submicron particles by snow crystals of arbitrary shapes. J. de Rech. Atmos., 19, 185-191.

*       Wang, P. K., 1985c: Brownian diffusion of charged fine particles surrounding a conducting cylinder in the presence of an external electric field. J. Aerosol Sci., 17, 201-209.

*       Miller, N. L., and P. K. Wang, 1989: A theoretical determination of the efficiency with which aerosol particles are collected by falling columnar ice crystals. J. Atmos. Sci.,46, 1656-1663.

*       Sauter, D. P., and P. K. Wang, 1989: An experimental study of the scavenging of aerosol particles by natural snow crystals. J. Atmos. Sci.,46, 1650-1655.

*       Miller, N. L., and P. K. Wang, 1991: Comparison of the efficiencies with which aerosol particles are collected by planar and columnar ice crystals. Atmos. Environ., 25A, 2593-2606.

*       Wang, P. K., and T. Jaroszczyk, 1991: The grazing collision angle of aerosol particles colliding with infinitely long circular cylinders , Aerosol Sci. Tech., 15, 149-155.

*       Wang, P. K., and Ho Lin, 1995: Comparison between the collection efficiency of aerosol particles by individual water droplets and ice crystals in a subsaturated atmosphere. Atmos. Res. 38, 381-390..

*       Liu, G. Z., and P. K. Wang, 1996: Numerical investigation of viscous flow fields around multi-fiber filters. Aerosol Sci. and Tech., 25, 375-391.

*       Liu, G. Z., and P. K. Wang, 1997: Pressure drop and interception efficiency of multi-fiber filters. Aerosol Sci. and Tech., 25, 375-391.

 

Historical Climate and Geophysical Phenomena

*       Wang, P. K., 1979b: Meteorological records from ancient chronicles of China. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 60, 313-317.

*       Wang, P.K., and G. L. Siscoe, 1980: The ancient Chinese observations on the physical phenomena attending total solar eclipse. Solar Phys., 66, 187-193.

*       Wang, P. K., 1980a: On the possible relationship between winter thunder and climatic changes in China over the past 2,200 years. Climatic Change, 3, 37-46.

*       Wang, P. K., and J. H. Chu, 1982: Some unusually lightning events reported in ancient Chinese literature. Weatherwise, 35, 119-122.

*       Wang, P. K., and De'er Zhang, 1988: An introduction of some historical governmental weather records in the 18th and 19th centuries of China. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 69, 753-758.

*       Wang, P. K., with COHMAP Members, 1988: Climatic changes of the last 18,000 years: Observations and model simulations. Science, 241, 1043-1052.

*       Zhang, De'er, and P. K. Wang, 1989: Reconstruction of the 18th century summer precipitation series of Nanjing, Suzhou, and Hangzhou using the Clear and Rain Records of Qing Dynasty. Acta Meteor. Sinica, 3, 261-278.

*       Peng, G., and P. K. Wang, 1989: Influence of the antarctic sea-ice on the Northwest Pacific Subtropical High and its ocean-atmosphere circulation background. Kexue Tongbao, 1989, No.1,56-58.

*       Zhang, De'er, and P. K. Wang, 1991: A study on the reconstruction of the 18th century meiyu (plum rains)  activity of Lower Changjiang(Yangtze) region of China. Science in China (B), 34, 1237-1245.

*       Wang, Pao K., and De'er Zhang, 1990: Use of historical documents of China to reconstruct past climate. World Resource Rev., 2, 1-14.

*       Wang, P. K., and De'er Zhang, 1991: Reconstruction of the 18th century precipitation of Nanjing, Suzhou, and Hangzhou using the Clear and rain Records. in Climate Since 1500 AD, R. S. Bradley and P. D. Jones, Eds., Routledge, London , 184-209.

*       Wang, P. K., and De'er Zhang, 1992: Recent studies of the reconstruction of East Asian monsoon climate in the past using historical literature of China. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 70, 423-446.

*       Winkler, M., and P. K. Wang, 1994: The late Pleistocene and Holocene climate of China: A review of biogeologic evidence and a comparison with GCM climate simulations. in Global Climates Since Last Glacial Maximum, Wright et al., eds, Univ. of Minnesota Press, 221-264.

*       Wang, P. K., and G. L. Siscoe, 1995: Some early descriptions of aurorae in China. Annal. Geophis., 13, 517-521

*       Wang, P. K., 2003: Review of solar-terrestrial relation research in China. (under preparation)

 

Fluid Dynamics, Heat & Mass Transfer, and Others

*       Wang, P. K., 1980b: A special solution of the classical diffusion equation for fully ionized plasma. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., PS-8, 227-228.

*       Wang, P. K., 1984: An Eulerian variational principle for atmospheric motions in rotating coordinates. Atmosphere-Ocean, 22,387-392.

*       Wang, P. K., 1984: Calculation of the electrostatic field surrounding finite circular cylindrical conductors. IEEE Trans. Atenna Propag., AP-32, 956-962.

*       Wang, P. K., 1985a: A potential and stream function analysis of two-dimensional steady-state convective diffusion equations involving Laplace fields. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 28, 1089-1095.

*       Ji, W., and P. K. Wang, 1991: Numerical simulation of three-dimensional unsteady viscous flow past finite cylinders in an unbounded fluid at low intermediate Reynolds numbers.  Theor. Compu. Fluid Dynam., 3, 43-59.

 

Invited Book Reviews

*       Wang, P. K., 1985: Review of Weather and Climate Responses to Solar Variations ( B. McCormach, Ed., 1983, Colorado Associated University Press), EOS,66, 497-498.

*       Wang, P. K., 1985: Review of Carbon Dioxide - Current Views and Developments in Energy/Climate Research (W. Bach et al., Eds., 1983, D. Reidel), Dynamics of Atmosphere and Oceans, 10, 259-260.

*       Wang, P. K., 1986: Review of Quality Assurance for Environmental Measurements, STP-867 ( J. Taylor and T. Stanley, Eds., 1985, American Society for Testing and Materials), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 67, 569.

*       Wang, P. K., 1987: Review of Atmospheric Chemical Compounds: Sources, Occurrences, and Bioassay ( T. Graedel, D. T. Hawkins, and L. D. Claxton, Eds., 1986, 732pp, Academic Press), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 68, 512.

*       Wang, P. K., 1989: Review of The Climate of China and Global Climate ( D. Ye, C. Fu, J. Chao, and M. Yoshino, Eds., 1987, 442pp, Springer-Verlag), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 70, 301-302.

*       Wang, P. K., 1989: Review of Synoptic Meteorology in China( Bao Chenglan, 1987, 269pp, Springer-Verlag), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 70, 185-186.

*       Wang, P. K., 1990: Review of Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War. Vol. I: Physical and Atmospheric Effects. 2nd Ed.,(Pittock, Ackerman, Crutzen, McCracken, Sharpiro, and Turco, eds., 359pp, John Wiley & Sons), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 71, 1471-1472.

*       Wang, P. K., 1992: Review of Global Environmental Change (R. W. Corell and P. A. Anderson, Eds., 1990, 264pp), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 73, 1290-1291.

*       Wang, P. K., 1994: Review of Atmospheric Change-An Earth System Perspective (by T. E. Graedel and P. J. Crutzen, 1993, 446pp), Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 74, 2231-2232.

*       Wang, P. K., 1997: Review of Microphysics of Clouds and Precipitation (by H. R. Pruppacher and J. D. Klett, 1997, Kluwer Publishing), Aerosol Sci. & Technol 28, 381-382.

*       (Wang have also published popular science articles (in Big-5 fonts only--click here)

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*       Jumping Cirrus Movies

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*       a. STEPS2000 Denver storm, 20 July 2000 (courtesy of Dr. Walter Lyons)

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*       b. 8 August 2003 Bavaria Storm (courtesy of Dr. Willi Schmid)

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*        Simulated flow fields around falling ice particles (Movies—download first, then play)

1.     5 mm diameter plate

2.     Conical graupel