Jing Feng’s research focuses on Earth’s radiative energy budget, using radiative transfer theories, satellite observations, and Earth system modeling simulations. Her current project aims to:
- Improve the understanding of state-dependent radiative forcing and feedback
- Develop a benchmark line-by-line radiative transfer code
- Improve the representation of cloud radiative effects and microphysics-radiation interactions in the GFDL AM4 model.
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Feng, Jing, David Paynter, and Raymond Menzel. “How a Stable Greenhouse Effect on Earth Is Maintained under Global Warming.” Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres n. pag.
Wang, Xun et al. “Convectively Transported Water Vapor Plumes in the Midlatitude Lower Stratosphere.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (2023): e2022JD037699. Print.
Feng, Jing, Yi Huang, and Zhipeng Qu. “A Simulation-Experiment-Based Assessment of Retrievals of above-Cloud Temperature and Water Vapor Using a Hyperspectral Infrared Sounder.” Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 14 (2021): 5717–5734. Print.
Feng, Jing, and Yi Huang. “Impacts of Tropical Cyclones on the Thermodynamic Conditions in the Tropical Tropopause Layer Observed by A-Train Satellites.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 21 (2021): 15493–15518. Print.
Feng, Jing. “The Impacts of Convection on Upper-Tropospheric and Lower-Stratospheric Water Vapor: A New Perspective from Satellite Observations.” N.p., 2021. Print.
Feng, Jing, and Yi Huang. “Diffusivity-Factor Approximation for Spectral Outgoing Longwave Radiation.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 76 (2019): 2171–2180. Print.
Feng, Jing, and Yi Huang. “Cloud-Assisted Retrieval of Lower-Stratospheric Water Vapor from Nadir-View Satellite Measurements.” Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 35 (2018): 541–553. Print.