Yue HUANG

Yue HUANG

  • Post-doc
  • NASA GISS
  • 2880 Broadway
  • Employer: TRUSTEES OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
  • Research Interests

    Dust aerosols

    Global dust cycle

    Aerosol-radiation-climate interactions

    Climate change and mitigation

    Positions/Employment

    10/2021 - Present

    Postdoctoral research scientist

    Earth Institute, Columbia University, 2880 Broadway New York, NY 10025 USA

    Education

    2021, Ph. D., University of California Los Angeles, thesis title: Observational constraints on dust size and shape: implications for global aerosol models and remote sensing retrievals

    Awards

    2022 Jacob A. Bjerknes Award for academic excellence, UCLA

    2021 Earth Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2021-2023 fellow), Columbia University  

    2021 Outstanding Student Presentation Award, American Meteorological Society

    2019 Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) fellowship (2019-2021 fellow), NASA

    2019 UCLA Doctoral Student Travel Grant, UCLA

    2016 Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Departmental Fellowship, UCLA 

    2015 Dorothy Radcliffe Dee Fellowship, UCLA

    2015 Palevsky Fellowship, UCLA

    Publications

    Refereed

    Meng, J., Y. Huang, D. M. Leung, et al. L. Li, A. A. Adebiyi, C. L. Ryder, N. M. Mahowald, and J. F. Kok. 2022. "Improved Parameterization for the Size Distribution of Emitted Dust Aerosols Reduces Model Underestimation of Super Coarse Dust." Geophysical Research Letters, 49 (8): [10.1029/2021gl097287]

    Ito, A., A. A. Adebiyi, Y. Huang, and J. F. Kok. 2021. "Less atmospheric radiative heating by dust due to the synergy of coarser size and aspherical shape." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (22): 16869-16891 [10.5194/acp-21-16869-2021]

    Klose, M., O. Jorba, M. Gonçalves Ageitos, et al. J. Escribano, M. L. Dawson, V. Obiso, E. Di Tomaso, S. Basart, G. Montané Pinto, F. Macchia, P. Ginoux, J. Guerschman, C. Prigent, Y. Huang, J. F. Kok, R. L. Miller, and C. Pérez García-Pando. 2021. "Mineral dust cycle in the Multiscale Online Nonhydrostatic AtmospheRe CHemistry model (MONARCH) Version 2.0." Geoscientific Model Development, 14 (10): 6403-6444 [10.5194/gmd-14-6403-2021]

    Kok, J. F., A. A. Adebiyi, S. Albani, et al. Y. Balkanski, R. Checa-Garcia, M. Chin, P. R. Colarco, D. S. Hamilton, Y. Huang, A. Ito, M. Klose, L. Li, N. M. Mahowald, R. L. Miller, V. Obiso, C. Pérez García-Pando, A. Rocha-Lima, and J. S. Wan. 2021. "Contribution of the world's main dust source regions to the global cycle of desert dust." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (10): 8169-8193 [10.5194/acp-21-8169-2021]

    Kok, J. F., A. A. Adebiyi, S. Albani, et al. Y. Balkanski, R. Checa-Garcia, M. Chin, P. R. Colarco, D. S. Hamilton, Y. Huang, A. Ito, M. Klose, D. M. Leung, L. Li, N. M. Mahowald, R. L. Miller, V. Obiso, C. Pérez García-Pando, A. Rocha-Lima, J. S. Wan, and C. A. Whicker. 2021. "Improved representation of the global dust cycle using observational constraints on dust properties and abundance." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21 (10): 8127-8167 [10.5194/acp-21-8127-2021]

    Huang, Y., A. A. Adebiyi, P. Formenti, and J. F. Kok. 2021. "Linking the Different Diameter Types of Aspherical Desert Dust Indicates That Models Underestimate Coarse Dust Emission." Geophysical Research Letters, 48 (6): [10.1029/2020gl092054]

    Swet, N., J. F. Kok, Y. Huang, H. Yizhaq, and I. Katra. 2020. "Low Dust Generation Potential From Active Sand Grains by Wind Abrasion." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 125 (7): [10.1029/2020jf005545]

    Huang, Y., J. F. Kok, K. Kandler, et al. H. Lindqvist, T. Nousiainen, T. Sakai, A. Adebiyi, and O. Jokinen. 2020. "Climate Models and Remote Sensing Retrievals Neglect Substantial Desert Dust Asphericity." Geophysical Research Letters, 47 (6): [10.1029/2019gl086592]

    Huang, Y., J. F. Kok, R. L. Martin, et al. N. Swet, I. Katra, T. E. Gill, R. L. Reynolds, and L. S. Freire. 2019. "Fine dust emissions from active sands at coastal Oceano Dunes, California." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19 (5): 2947-2964 [10.5194/acp-19-2947-2019]

    Publications

    Refereed

    Meng, J., Y. Huang, D. M. Leung, et al. L. Li, A. A. Adebiyi, C. L. Ryder, N. M. Mahowald, and J. F. Kok. 2022. "Improved Parameterization for the Size Distribution of Emitted Dust Aerosols Reduces Model Underestimation of Super Coarse Dust." Geophysical Research Letters 49 (8): [10.1029/2021gl097287]

    Ito, A., A. A. Adebiyi, Y. Huang, and J. F. Kok. 2021. "Less atmospheric radiative heating by dust due to the synergy of coarser size and aspherical shape." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 21 (22): 16869-16891 [10.5194/acp-21-16869-2021]

    Klose, M., O. Jorba, M. Gonçalves Ageitos, et al. J. Escribano, M. L. Dawson, V. Obiso, E. Di Tomaso, S. Basart, G. Montané Pinto, F. Macchia, P. Ginoux, J. Guerschman, C. Prigent, Y. Huang, J. F. Kok, R. L. Miller, and C. Pérez García-Pando. 2021. "Mineral dust cycle in the Multiscale Online Nonhydrostatic AtmospheRe CHemistry model (MONARCH) Version 2.0." Geoscientific Model Development 14 (10): 6403-6444 [10.5194/gmd-14-6403-2021]

    Kok, J. F., A. A. Adebiyi, S. Albani, et al. Y. Balkanski, R. Checa-Garcia, M. Chin, P. R. Colarco, D. S. Hamilton, Y. Huang, A. Ito, M. Klose, L. Li, N. M. Mahowald, R. L. Miller, V. Obiso, C. Pérez García-Pando, A. Rocha-Lima, and J. S. Wan. 2021. "Contribution of the world's main dust source regions to the global cycle of desert dust." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 21 (10): 8169-8193 [10.5194/acp-21-8169-2021]

    Kok, J. F., A. A. Adebiyi, S. Albani, et al. Y. Balkanski, R. Checa-Garcia, M. Chin, P. R. Colarco, D. S. Hamilton, Y. Huang, A. Ito, M. Klose, D. M. Leung, L. Li, N. M. Mahowald, R. L. Miller, V. Obiso, C. Pérez García-Pando, A. Rocha-Lima, J. S. Wan, and C. A. Whicker. 2021. "Improved representation of the global dust cycle using observational constraints on dust properties and abundance." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 21 (10): 8127-8167 [10.5194/acp-21-8127-2021]

    Huang, Y., A. A. Adebiyi, P. Formenti, and J. F. Kok. 2021. "Linking the Different Diameter Types of Aspherical Desert Dust Indicates That Models Underestimate Coarse Dust Emission." Geophysical Research Letters 48 (6): [10.1029/2020gl092054]

    Swet, N., J. F. Kok, Y. Huang, H. Yizhaq, and I. Katra. 2020. "Low Dust Generation Potential From Active Sand Grains by Wind Abrasion." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 125 (7): [10.1029/2020jf005545]

    Huang, Y., J. F. Kok, K. Kandler, et al. H. Lindqvist, T. Nousiainen, T. Sakai, A. Adebiyi, and O. Jokinen. 2020. "Climate Models and Remote Sensing Retrievals Neglect Substantial Desert Dust Asphericity." Geophysical Research Letters 47 (6): [10.1029/2019gl086592]

    Huang, Y., J. F. Kok, R. L. Martin, et al. N. Swet, I. Katra, T. E. Gill, R. L. Reynolds, and L. S. Freire. 2019. "Fine dust emissions from active sands at coastal Oceano Dunes, California." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (5): 2947-2964 [10.5194/acp-19-2947-2019]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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