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Name  
Xiong Jiangang
Title  
  Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Space physics
Phone  
  010-82998328
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  xjg@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
Xiong,Jiangang
Male, was born in May 1965.
PH.D,  Associated Professor
M.S.,1989, Applied Mathematics, Wuhan University
Ph.D.,1993,Space physics, Wuhan Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Oct –Dec, 2003, visiting scientist, University of Adelaide, Australia.
Sep-Dec,2004, Visiting scientist, The National Center of Atmosphere Research, USA.
 

Research Interests:
Dr. Xiong’s present research involve waves in the middle atmosphere, coupling of mesosphere and ionosphere
Public Services:

Honors:

Supported Projects:
  1. The observation and study on the temperature structures of the mesopause, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2010-2012
  2. The Variation of semiurnal tides in the middle atmosphere and ionosphere during sudden stratospheric warmings in winter, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2014-2017

Selected Publication:
  1. Xiong, J., W. Wan, F. Ding, L. Liu, B. Ning, and X. Niu , 2013, Coupling between mesosphere and ionosphere over Beijing through semidiurnal tides during the 2009 sudden stratospheric warming, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118(5), 2511-2521, doi: doi:10.1002/jgra.50280. 
  2. Zhang, Y., J. Xiong, L. Liu, and W. Wan, 2012, A global morphology of gravity wave activity in the stratosphere revealed by the 8-year SABER/TIMED data, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(D21), doi: 10.1029/2012jd017676. 
  3. Xiong, J., W. Wan, B. Ning, L. Liu, B. Wu, L. Hu, and T. Xu, 2012, Seasonal variations of night mesopause temperature in Beijing observed by SATI4, Science China Technological Sciences, doi: 10.1007/s11431-012-4779-8. 
  4. Zhang Yun, Xiong Jian-Gang, WAN Wei-Xing, Analysis on the global morphology of middle atmospheric gravity waves, Chinese Journal Geophysics,2011 Vol. 54 (4): 427-435. 
  5. G.Y. Jiang, J. G. Xiong et al, 2008, Observation of 6.5-day waves in the MLT region over Wuhan,Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics,70,41-48. 
  6. G.Y. Jiang, J. G. Xiong et al, 2008, Observation of 6.5-day waves in the MLT region over Wuhan,Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics,70,41-48. 
  7. Niu, X., J. G. Xiong, et al, (2007). "A measurement of the lunar semidiurnal tide at Wuhan (30°40′N, 114°30′E) " Earth Planets Space 59( 9): 991-997.  
  8. J.G. Xiong, W.Wan, B.Ning, L.Liu, Y. Gao, 2006, Planetary wave type oscillations in the ionosphere and their relationship to  mesospheric/lower thermospheric and geomagnetic disturbances at Wuhan,Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 68(3-5): 498-508. 
  9. Niu,X., J.G. Xiong,et al,2005, Lunar tidal winds at80 TO 98 km heights over Wuhan and Adelaide, Advanced Space Research,36(11),2218-2222. 
  10. Jiang,G., J.G.Xiong et al, 2005, The 16-day wave in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere at Wuhan(30.5oN, 114.3oE) and Adelaide(35oS, 138oE), Advanced Space Research, 35(11), 2005-2010. 
  11. J.-G. Xiong, W.Wan, B.Ning, L.Liu, 2004, First Results of the Tidal Structure in the MLT Revealed by Wuhan Meteor Radar(30o40’N, 114o30’E), Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 66(6), 675-682 
  12. Xiong Jiangang, Wan weixin, Ning Baiqi, Liu Libo, 2003, Meteor radar observation of circulation near mesopause over Wuhan, Chinese Sci. Bull., Vol.48, No.15。 
  13. Jiangang Xiong, Weixin Wan, Baiqi Ning, Libo Liu, 2003, Tides over Wuhan observed by a meteor radar, Chinese Journal of Space Sciences,Vol.23, No.5。 
  14. Jiangang Xiong, Weixin Wan, Baiqi Ning, Libo Liu, 2003, Gravity Waves in the mesosphere observed with Wuhan Meteor Radar: A preliminary Result, Adv. Space Res., 32,831-836. 
  15. Xiong Jiangang, Yi Fan,2001, A case study of wave interactions in the mesopause,Chinese Journal of Space Sciences, Vol.21, No.4.(In Chinese) 
  16. Xiong Jiangang, Yi Fan,2000, The nonlinear interaction among planetary wavesand inertial gravity waves in the middle and upper atmosphere, Chinese Journal of Space Sciences,Vol.20, No.2. (In Chinese) 
  17. Xiong Jiangang, Yi Fan and Li Jun,1995, The nonlinear interaction of the Rossby Wave and Inertial-Gravity Wave in the Middle Atmosphere(II), Chinese J. Geophys., Vol.38, No.4。 
  18. Xiong Jiangang, Yi Fan, et al., 1996, Chaotic features of the atmosphere motion near the mesopause revealed by VHF radar observation, Chinese Sci. Bull., Vol.41, No.15. 
  19. Xiong Jiangang, Fan Yi, Jun Li, 1994, The effects of mountains on the nonlinear interaction of Rossby waves, Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 
 
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