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《Acta Meteorologica Sinica》 2004-05
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RECENT TWO DECADES PROGRESSES IN STUDY ON ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES OF THE POLAR REGIONS

Lu Longhua Bian Lin'gen Xiao Cunde Wu Bingyi Lu Changgui (Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Beijing, 100081)  
The Arctic, Antarctic and Tibetan Plateau regions are the most sensitive areas in the global climate change, and are also the key regions for the global change research. The field investigations in the Antarctic and Arctic regions started in China in the early 1980s and 1990s, respectively. Among the multi-discipline studies, atmospheric science investigations were the important aspects. Up to now, twenty national Antarctic research expeditions and three Arctic expeditions were carried out. Meteorological observations have been continuing at the two year-round stations (Great Wall and Zhongshan) in the Antarctica, and at one station (Yellow River) in the Arctic. These observations include routine ground meteorology, atmospheric ozone by the Brewer, near-surface atmospheric physics, upper-atmospheric physics, atmospheric chemistry and glacio-chemistry. Lots of data were collected and they are valuable for the research with respect of global change. It is concluded that air temperature, ozone and sea ice displayed various spatial and temporal changes. Antarctic Peninsular shows an obvious warming while no obvious trend happened over the East Antarctica, and even a slight cooling for the last decade. Meteorological observations at Great Wall Station and Zhongshan Station verified these trends. Based on EOF analysis of data on Antarctic sea ice concentration (SIC) for the period from 1968 to 1997, it was found two key regions of SIC change displaying a seesaw-form variations. One located in the outer belt of the Ross Sea and the other in Billinghusen Sea close to the Antarctic Peninsula. Sea ice changes, especially over the two key ocean areas, links to the Antarctic Oscillation. Observations of boundary layer parameters for the different underlying surfaces (lands, snow cover, sea ice, ocean surface and vegetation), and these parameters were used for the study of ocean-ice-atmosphere interactions. Impacts of polar atmospheric circulation on the climate and weather patterns in East Asia and China were investigated. Using paleoclimate proxy such as ice core, lake sediment and geological debris, historical sea level pressure variability in the Southern Indian Ocean was reconstructed, series of Trans-polar Index was extended, and the historical penguin population for the last two millenniums was recovered. Observations of ozone, atmospheric chemistry, aurora and ionosphere at three year-round stations, as well as along vessel voyage routes, were fulfilled and valuable data were obtained. Strengthening of the international cooperation in polar atmospheric sciences studies including ground monitoring, upper atmospheric physics/chemistry observation and proxy data retrieval will be the essential strategy in improving Chinese progresses at these aspects.
【Fund】: 国家气象局气象科学基金“南极气象考察与研究” ;; 国家自然科学基金;; 国家南极考察委员会“南极地区近地面边界层物理学的观测分析研究”( 4 880 2 0 8)、“地球三极区域环境本底和地气交换对气候影响的考察研究”项目( 4 92 5 5 0 0 2 ) ;; “八五”国家科技攻关“中国
【CateGory Index】: P461.2
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