Linling Chen

Job Position: 
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Academic Degree:

Doctor in Natural science, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, 2011

Research interests

  • Climate variability and change in the Arctic
  • Consequences of climate change in different regions
  • Interdisciplinary cooperation on impacts of Climate Change in the Arctic

NERSC Principal Investigator of the following projects

Peer Review Publications and Books

8 total publications.


  1. Chen L, Francis JA, Hanna E. The ‘Warm-Arctic/Cold-Continents’ pattern during 1901-2010. International Journal of Climatology. 2018;38(14).
  2. Davy R, Chen L, Hanna E. Arctic amplification metrics. International Journal of Climatology. 2018;38(12).

Other Publications


  1. Chen L. What happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic. High-latitude forcing of the inter-annual to inter-decadal variability of the Eurasian climate. 2015;
  2. Chen L. Links between Arctic Amplification and mid-latitude weather. 26th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. 2015;
  3. Chen L. What's the difference between these winters. High Latitude Dynamics Workshop . 2015;


  1. Chen L. What's the difference between these winters?. International workshop on polar-lower latitude linkages and their role in weather and climate prediction. 2014;


  1. Wardell L, Chen L, Strey S. Interdisciplinary cooperation on impacts of climate change in the Arctic. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 2012;93(39).
  2. Chen L, Johannessen OM, Wang H-J, Ohmura A. Poster: Accumulation over the Greenland Ice Sheet as represented in reanalysis data. The 4th World Climate Research Programme International Conference on Reanalyses. 2012;


  1. Chen L, Johannessen OM, Khvorostovsky K. Greenland Ice Sheet elevation change in winter and atmospheric circulation. International Workshop on Changes of the Greenland Cryosphere, August 25-27, Nuuk, Greenland. 2009;


  1. Khvorostovsky K, Johannessen OM, Chen L, Miles M. Decadal changes of the Greenland Ice Sheet elevation derived from satellite altimetry. In: Proceedings of SCAR/IASC IPY Open Science Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 8-11 July 2008. 2008.