Daiwei Wang
Research Associate, Earth and Environmental
Main Background: Earth and Environmental Sciences
CEWS focus:                        
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Ph.D. in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University, 2010 Thesis: Tropical Pacific Ocean in a warming climate Advisor: Mark A. Cane
M.S. in Meteorology, Nanjing University, 2003
B.S. in Atmospheric Physics and Environment, Nanjing University, 2000


Research Associate, Northeastern University, 2013- Postdoctoral Research Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011–2012 Graduate Research Assistant, Columbia University, 2004-2010


Brix, H., D. Menemenlis, C. Hill, S. Dutkiewicz, M. Follows, D. Wang, O. Jahn, K. Bowman, and H. Zhang: A Green’s functions approach for initializing a global biogeochemical ocean model. Ocean Modelling , in revision.

Wang, D., and M. A. Cane: Recent and future Tropical Pacific sea level changes in a linear, wind-driven model. Submitted.

Wang, D., S. Khatiwala, and M. A. Cane: Present and future source regions and transit-time distributions of Pacific equatorial thermocline waters. Submitted.

Wang, D. and M. A. Cane, 2011: Pacific shallow meridional overturning circulation in a warming climate.J. Climate, 24, 6424-6439.

Wang, D. and X.-Q. Yang, 2002: Temporal and spatial patterns of Arctic sea ice variations. Acta Meteorologica Sinica, 60(2), 129-137.