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Huilin Huang

Aerosols and Aerosol-Cloud Int
Post Doctorate RA A
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

PNNL Publications


  • Li J., K. Zhang, M. Hassan Mozumder, S. Zhang, P. Ma, B. Singh, and Q. Yan, et al. 2024. "Assessing the Sensitivity of Aerosol Mass Budget and Effective Radiative Forcing to Horizontal Grid Spacing in E3SMv1 Using A Regional Refinement Approach." Geoscientific Model Development 17, no. 3:1327-1347. PNNL-SA-183690. doi:10.5194/gmd-17-1327-2024


  • Hao D., G. Bisht, H. Wang, D. Xu, H. Huang, Y. Qian, and L. Leung. 2023. "A cleaner snow future mitigates Northern Hemisphere snowpack loss from warming." Nature Communications 14. PNNL-SA-190229. doi:10.1038/s41467-023-41732-6
  • Hao D., G. Bisht, K. Rittger, E. Bair, C. He, H. Huang, and C. Dang, et al. 2023. "Improving snow albedo modeling in E3SM land model (version 2.0) and assessing its impacts on snow and surface fluxes over the Tibetan Plateau." Geoscientific Model Development 16, no. 1:75-94. PNNL-SA-170799. doi:10.5194/gmd-16-75-2023
  • Liu Y., S. Feng, Y. Qian, H. Huang, and L.K. Berg. 2023. "How do North American weather regimes drive wind energy at the sub-seasonal to seasonal timescales?." npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 6. PNNL-SA-178053. doi:10.1038/s41612-023-00403-5


  • Huang H., Y. Qian, C. He, E. Bair, and K. Rittger. 2022. "Snow albedo feedbacks enhance snow impurity-induced radiative forcing in the Sierra Nevada." Geophysical Research Letters 49, no. 11:Art. No. e2022GL098102. PNNL-SA-169953. doi:10.1029/2022GL098102
  • Huang H., Y. Qian, Y. Liu, C. He, J. Zheng, Z. Zhang, and A. Gkikas. 2022. "Where does the dust deposited over the Sierra Nevada snow come from?." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 22, no. 23:15469-15488. PNNL-SA-174540. doi:10.5194/acp-22-15469-2022

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