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Acta Meteorologica Sinica
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  • The awards and honors that Acta Meteor. Sinica has received in recent years include: (1) Top 5% Chinese Academic Journals with the Highest International Impact 2012-2014, (2) Top 100 S&T Journals of China 2013, (3) China Government Award for Journals--Nominees Award 2013, (4) Outstanding S&T Journals of China 2008, 2011, 2014, and (5)Elite S&T Journal Support Program of the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) for 2015-2017. AMS publishes the latest achievements and developments in the field of atmospheric sciences and related disciplines such as geophysics and environmental sciences. AMS covers a broad range of topics such as: global climate change, monsoons, Tibetan Plateau meteorology, earth system modeling, atmospheric chemistry and environment, radar and satellite meteorology, atmospheric sounding and remote sensing, boundary layer meteorology, aerosols, clouds, and air pollution, weather modification, agricultural and forest meteorology, and so on.

  • Eidtor-in-chief
    Ding Yihui

A preliminary case study of elevated convection in China

YU Xiaoding;ZHOU Xiaogang;WANG Xiuming

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

Horizontal and vertical scales of convective clouds over China and the surrounding oceans

LU Zhixian;LI Yunying;FANG Lexin

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

Stationary waves forced by subtropical sensible heating in a linear quasi-geostrophic model

ZHANG Yani;LIU Yimin;WU Guoxiong;YAO Xiuping

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

Climatology of the winter extratropical antiyclones over Eurasia

TIAN Xiao;ZHI Xiefei

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

A study of multi-size aerosol hygroscopic parameterization in the summer over Huangshan Mountain

WANG Qihua;YANG Suying;LI Yanwei;YIN Yan;ZHANG Zefeng;CHEN Kui;ZHAO Lijun

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

Simulation of the evolution of the charge structure during the landfall of Typhoon Molave (2009)

XU Liangtao;ZHANG Yijun;ZHANG Wenjuan;WANG Fei;ZHENG Dong

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06

Multi-scale characteristics of atmospheric circulation related to short-time strong rainfall events in Beijing

YANG Bo;SUN Jisong;MAO Xu;LIN Yinjing

Acta Meteorologica Sinica,2016,Vol 74,No. 06