Ph.D., Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, 2019
M.S., Meteorology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 2013
B.S., Geographical Information System, China Agricultural University, 2010
Dr. Huang is interested in weather & climate extremes, such as extreme precipitation, tropical cyclones, and atmospheric rivers. He uses weather observations and climate models to understand the effects of climate variability and anthropogenic climate change on extreme events, and the physical processes through which they are linked. He is also interested in assessing climate change impacts on agriculture and natural resources. Please refer to his group website for more details.
Huang, H., Patricola, C.M., & Collins, W.D. (2021). The influence of ocean coupling on simulated and projected tropical cyclone precipitation in the HighResMIP-PRIMAVERA simulations. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL094801.
Huang, H., Patricola, C.M., Winter, J.M., Osterberg, E.C., & Mankin, J.S. (2021). Rise in northeast US extreme precipitation caused by Atlantic variability and climate change. Weather and Climate Extremes, 33, 100351.
Huang, H., Patricola, C.M., Bercos-Hickey, E., Zhou, Y., Rhoades, A., Risser, M., & Collins, W.D. (2021). Sources of subseasonal-to-seasonal predictability of atmospheric rivers and precipitation in the western United States. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2020JD034053.
Huang, H., Winter, J.M., Hanrahan, J., Bruyère, C.L., Clemins, P., & Beckage, B.D. (2020). Simulating temperature and precipitation in the Lake Champlain basin using a regional climate model: limitations and uncertainties. Climate Dynamics, 54, 69–84.
Huang, H., Winter, J.M., & Osterberg, E.C. (2018). Mechanisms of abrupt extreme precipitation change over the northeastern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123, 7179–7192.
Huang, H., Winter, J.M., Osterberg, E.C., Horton, R.M., & Beckage, B.D. (2017). Total and extreme precipitation changes over the northeastern United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 18(6), 1783–1798.
Geog 2050: Physical Geography: The Atmosphere
Geog 4014: Climatology