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Yi Ming

Leader, Division of Atmospheric Physics

Princeton University, 201 Forrestal Rd.
Princeton, NJ 08542

Phone: 609-452-5338
Fax: 609-987-5063

Biographical Sketch

Curriculum Vitae

Google Scholar

Research Interests

  • Regional hydroclimate variability and change
  • Climate dynamics
  • Atmospheric physics/modeling

Published Papers

Recent Papers

Idealized Monsoon and Theory


An Idealized Moist Model with Realistic Radiative Transfer

Radiative-Convective Equilibrium

Aerosol Absorption and Tropical Cyclones

Sahel Rainfall Change

Climate Response to Early Holocene Orbital Forcing

Aerosol Absorption and Extratropical Circulation

Dynamics of South Asian Monsoon Low-Pressure Systems (Depressions)

An Idealized Model of Passive Water Vapor and Clouds

East Asian Monsoon Change

Tropical Tropopause Layer under Warming

Arctic Haze

Energy Flux Perturbation

Lower Stratospheric Circulation

Forced Changes in Tropical Circulation and Stability 

Surface Dimming over East Asia

Indian Monsoon

Radiative Forcing

Climate Sensitivity


A “Trilogy” on Aerosol-induced Circulation Changes

Climate Impacts of Absorbing Aerosols

    Research Interests

    • Aerosol physics and chemistry
    • Aerosol-cloud-climate interactions
    • Anthropogenic and natural climate forcings
    • Global and regional climate change


    • AOS 527: Atmospheric Radiative Transfer
    • AOS 580: Aerosol, Cloud and Climate Change