Dr. Ye is passionate to inspire our diverse students, lead the department and the center with fairness and transparence, tireless striving towards our missions and goals
Dr. Ye has been teaching many courses related to physical geography, meteorology, climatology, and environment. They covers both lower and upper division GE courses, major courses in both graduate and undergraduate levels, and research skill development classes for STEM majors.
Dr. Ye's research interest is in climate changes reflected on the components of hydrological cycle. Special focuses on precipitation charactersitics including intensity, extremes, frequency, quantity, types (solid, liquid, convective, non-convective) and explore their connections to atmospheric water vapor, surface air temperatures, sea surface temperatures, atmospheric circulation patterns.
PUBLICATIONS (50 peer reviewed)
|Increasing daily precipitation intensity associated with warming air temperatures over Northern Eurasia. J. Climate: JCLI-D-14-00771.1||2016|
|Increasing atmospheric water vapor and higher daily precipitation intensity over Northern Eurasia. Geophys. Res. Lett.: 10.1002/2015GL066104||2015|
|Trends and variability on rain-on-snow events. Geophys. Res. Lett.:10.1002/2015GL06520||2015|
|The variability of Arctic sea ice extend from spring to summer and its linkage to decline of SIE over summer. Advances in Meteorology. 10.1155/2015/352380||2015|
|Impact of increased water vapor on precipitation efficiency over Northern Eurasia. Geophys. Res. Lett.. 10.1002/GL059830||2014|
Discrimination of solid from liquid precipitation over Northern Eurasia. J. Hydromet
- Department of Geography, University of Delaware
- Newark, DE
- Zhejiang University