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Post-Doctoral Fellow in Environmental Science, University of Toronto

Growing up in Taiwan, I have experienced numerous typhoon days, while enjoying those that had led to the cancellation of class sessions. My research focuses on the climate change impact assessment of eastern North Pacific tropical cyclones and influences of Atlantic hurricanes in climate extremes in Canada. I am interested at the interaction of the variation of tropical cyclone activity to local and large scale climatic changes. Current application of statistical techniques provides certain degree of accuracy on short term forecast of tropical cyclones. Based on the empirical association established in the historical record, I am looking to project how storms would change over time.


  • –present
    PhD Candidate in Environmental Science, University of Toronto