Dr Steven Chan
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Met Office Hadley Centre
Steven Chan is an American trained meteorologist with background in computer science and upper atmosphere physics. Originally from Hong Kong, he has lived in the US for over a decade, and moves to United Kingdom in 2011.
Apart from science, he has interests in history, political science, and Japanese culture/language.
Chan is based in the Met Office Hadley Centre.
Extreme events, climate dynamics, tropical meteorology, hydrological cycle, dynamical regional climate and mesoscale models
Current role in Newcastle:
Steven Chan is part of the CONVEX project - a joint project between Newcastle University, Met Office, University of Exeter. He works on intercomparing and understanding high resolution Met Office Unified Model simulations of UK precipitation extremes.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Roberts N, Blenkinsop S, Fowler HJ. Large-scale predictors for extreme hourly precipitation events in convection-permitting climate simulations. Journal of Climate 2018, 31(6), 2115-2131.
- Berthou S, Kendon EJ, Chan SC, Ban N, Leutwyler D, Schar C, Fosser G. Pan-European climate at convection-permitting scale: a model intercomparison study. Climate Dynamics 2018, Epub ahead of print.
- Chan SC, Kahana R, Kendon EJ, Fowler HJ. Projected changes in extreme precipitation over Scotland and Northern England using a high-resolution regional climate model. Climate Dynamics 2018, ePub ahead of print.
- Kendon EJ, Ban N, Roberts NM, Fowler HJ, Roberts MJ, Chan SC, Evans JP, Fosser G, Wilkinson JM. Do convection-permitting regional climate models improve projections of future precipitation change?. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2017, 98(1), 79-93.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Roberts NM, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S. Downturn in scaling of UK extreme rainfall with temperature for future hottest days. Nature Geosciences 2016, 9(1), 24-28.
- Blenkinsop S, Lewis E, Chan SC, Fowler HJ. Quality control of an hourly rainfall dataset and climatology of extremes for the UK. International Journal of Climatology 2016, Epub ahead of print.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Roberts NM, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S. The characteristics of summer sub-hourly rainfall over the southern UK in a high-resolution convective permitting model. Environmental Research Letters 2016, 11(9).
- Dale M, Luck B, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S, Gill E, Bennett J, Kendon EJ, Chan SC. New climate change rainfall estimates for sustainable drainage. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Engineering Sustainability 2015, Epub ahead of print.
- Blenkinsop S, Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Roberts NM, Fowler HJ. Temperature influences on intense UK hourly precipitation and dependency on large-scale circulation. Environmental Research Letters 2015, 10(5), 054021.
- Kendon EJ, Roberts NM, Fowler HJ, Roberts MJ, Chan SC, Senior CA. Heavier summer downpours with climate change revealed by weather forecast resolution model. Nature Climate Change 2014, 4(7), 570-576.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S, Roberts NM. Projected increases in summer and winter UK sub-daily precipitation extremes from high-resolution regional climate models. Environmental Research Letters 2014, 9(8), 084019.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S, Roberts NM, Ferro CAT. The value of high-resolution Met Office regional climate models in the simulation of multi-hourly precipitation extremes. Journal of Climate 2014, 27(16), 6155-6174.
- Chan SC, Kendon EJ, Fowler HJ, Blenkinsop S, Ferro CAT, Stephenson DB. Does increasing the spatial resolution of a regional climate model improve the simulated daily precipitation?. Climate Dynamics 2013, 41(5-6), 1475-1495.
- Misra V, Pantina P, Chan S, DiNapoli S. A comparative study of the Indian summer monsoon hydroclimate and its variations in three reanalyses. Climate Dynamics 2012, 39(5), 1149-1168.
- Stefanova L, Misra V, Chan S, Griffin M, Obrien J, Smith J. A proxy for high-resolution regional reanalysis for the Southeast United States: assessment of precipitation variability in dynamically downscaled reanalyses. Climate Dynamics 2012, 38(11-12), 2449-2466.
- Chan S, Misra V, Smith H. A modeling study of the interaction between the Atlantic Warm Pool, the tropical Atlantic easterlies, and the Lesser Antilles. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 2011, 116(D12), D00Q02.
- Chan S, Misra V. Dynamic downscaling of the North American Monsoon with the NCEP-Scripps Regional Spectral Model from the NCEP CFS global model. Journal of Climate 2011, 24(3), 253-273.
- Misra V, Moeller L, Stefanova L, Chan S, Obrien J, Smith T, Plant N. The influence of the Atlantic Warm Pool on the Florida panhandle sea breeze. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 2011, 116, D015367.
- Chan S, Misra V. A Diagnosis of the 1979–2005 Extreme Rainfall Events in the Southeast United States with Isentropic Moisture Tracing. Monthly Weather Review 2010, 38(4), 1172-1185.
- Lim Y-K, Stefanova L, Chan S, Schubert S, Obrien J. High-resolution subtropical summer precipitation derived from dynamical downscaling of the NCEP/DOE reanalysis: How much small-scale information is added by a regional model?. Climate Dynamics 2010, 37(5-6), 1061-1080.
- Misra V, Chan S, Wu R, Chassignet E. Air-sea interaction over the Atlantic Warm Pool in the NCEP CFS. Geophysical Research Letters 2009, 36, L15702.
- Nigam S, Chan S. On the summertime strengthening of the Northern Hemisphere Pacific sea-level pressure anticyclone. Journal of Climate 2009, 22(5), 4228-4240.
- Chan S, Nigam S. Residue diagnosis of diabatic heating from ERA-40 and NCEP reanalyses: intercomparison with TRMM. Journal of Climate 2009, 22(2), 414-428.
- Misra V, Chan S. Seasonal predictability of the Atlantic Warm Pool in the NCEP CFS. Geophysical Research Letters 2009, 36, L16708.
- Chan S, Behera S, Yamagata T. Indian Ocean Dipole influence on South American rainfall. Geophysical Research Letters 2008, 35, L14S12.
- Chan S, Evans J. Intercomparison of the structure of the ITCZ in the West Pacific during the boreal summers of 1989-1993 using AMIP simulations and ECMWF Re-analyses. Journal of Climate 2002, 15(24), 3549-3568.