About Jiabo Yin
My current research interets focus on investigating the multiscale nature of the continental hydrologic and carbon cycle, with observations (remote sensing and in situ), models and machine learning. In particular, I am interested in understanding the physical mechanisms of weather-related hazards (e.g., drought, floods, heatwaves and compound events) as well as their socioeconomic and ecological impacts, under both current and future climates.
By combining hydrology, vegetation remote sensing and atmospheric dynamics, we attempted to understand the shifts in compound hazards as well as their impacts on our socio-ecosystem.
We attributed extreme scaling into atmospheric thermodynamic and dynamic components and further decompose the thermodynamic effects into more details to reveal the physics of extreme precipitation under climate warming.