趙  丰 特聘研究員兼所長

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  研究領域:

  Earth/Planetary gravitational variations and rotation dynamics. Global geodynamics and seismology. Global sea level and geophysical fluids changes. Digital data analysis and inverse theory.

 

[學 歷]
  • Ph.D., 1981: Earth Sciences, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California , San Diego
  • B.S., 1973: Physics, National Taiwan University
[經 歷]
  • 中央研究院地球科學研究所特聘研究員,2010.8 - , 兼任所長 2010.9-

  • 國立中央大學地球科學學院 兼任教授 2010.8 -

  • 國立中央大學地球科學學院 教授 兼任院長, 2006 - 2010.7

  • Emeritus, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 2006 -

  • Chief, Space Geodesy Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), 2005-2006.

  • Visiting Scientist, National Central University, Taiwan, 2005 (June – August).

  • Head, Space Geodesy Branch, NASA/GSFC, 1997-2004.

  • Geophysicist, Geodynamics Branch, NASA/GSFC, 1983-1996.

  • NASA Geophysics Program Manager, NASA Headquarters, 1993-1995.

  • Visiting Scientist, Japan National Astronomical Observatory, Mizusawa, 1993 (April – July).

  • NRC Research Associate, Geodynamics Branch, NASA/GSFC, 1981-1983.

  • Research Assistant, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, 1975-1981.

[榮 譽]
  • Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship award, 2009 – 2010.

  • TSMC Outstanding Chair Professorship, 2006, 2007, 2008.

  • Adjunct Researcher, Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, 2006 - .

  • The Einstein Professorship, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2005.

  • Honorary Professorship, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 2005.

  • Fellow, International Association of Geodesy, 1995.

  • NASA GSFC Outstanding Performance Awards, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004.

  • Excellence in Refereeing: J. Geophys. Res., Amer. Geophys. Union, 1990.

[會員與服務]

  • Member, American Geophysical Union, since 1976.

  • Member, International Astronomical Union, since 2006.

  • Organizer, Session Chair, Keynote Speaker, at numerous conferences and symposia.

  • Member of numerous IUGG/IAG Special Study Groups.

  • Chairman, IUGG/IAG Special Study Group "Global Geodynamic Variations", 1991-1994.

  • Editorial Board member, J. Geodynamics, 1996 -.

  • International Editorial Board member, Earth, Planets and Space, 1997 -.

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research -- Solid Earth, 1998 – 2006.

  • Direction and Review Committee, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 1998-1999.

  • International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) Directing Board member, 1998 - 2004.

  • Head (founding), IERS Global Geophysical Fluids Center (GGFC), 1998 – 2004.

  • Chair, IERS/GGFC Special Bureau for Mantle, 1998 - 2006.

  • Mission Scientist, NASA GRACE Mission, 2000 - 2002.

  • NASA Solid Earth Science Working Group, 2000 - 2002.

  • Workgroup lead of NASA's Earth Science Enterprise Visions2025, 2001 - 2003.

  • Directing Board, Sub-Commission Geophysical Fluids, Commission 3, IAG, 2003 - 2007.

  • Review Board Member, for the University of California System-wide Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, 2004.

  • President-elect, Geodesy Section, American Geophysical Union, 2002 - 2004.

  • President, Geodesy Section, American Geophysical Union, 2004 - 2006.

  • International Award Committee, American Geophysical Union, 2006 - .                               

  • Director (founding), GPS Scientific Applications and Research Center, Taiwan, 2006 - 2008.

  • President, Chinese Geoscience Union (CGU),中華民國地球科學學會 理事長, 2008-.

  • Organizing Committee, IAU Commission 19, “Earth Rotation”, 2009 - .

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research -- Solid Earth, 2009 - .


[著 作]

  1. Chao, B. F., and F. Gilbert, Autoregressive estimation of complex eigenfrequencies in low frequency seismic spectra, Geophys. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 63, 641-657, 1980.

  2. Chao, B. F., Symmetry and terrestrial spectroscopy, Geophys. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 66, 285-312, 1981.

  3. Chao, B. F., Excitation of normal modes on non-rotating and rotating earth models, Geophys. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 68, 295-315, 1982.

  4. Chao, B. F., Autoregressive harmonic analysis of the Earth's polar motion using homogeneous ILS data, J. Geophys. Res., 88, 10299-10307, 1983.

  5. Chao, B. F., Normal mode study of the Earth's rigid-body motions, J. Geophys. Res., 88, 9437-9442, 1983.

  6. Chao, B. F., Interannual length-of-day variation with relation to the Southern Oscillation / El Niño, Geophys. Res. Lett., 11, 541-544, 1984.

  7. Chao, B. F., On excitation of Earth's free wobble and reference frames, Geophys. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 79, 555-563, 1984.

  8. Chao, B. F., Predictability of the Earth's polar motion, Bull. Geod., 59, 81-93, 1985.

  9. Chao, B. F., On the excitation of the Earth's polar motion, Geophys. Res. Lett., 12, 526-529, 1985.

  10. Chao, B. F., As the world turns, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 46, 766-770, 1985.

  11. Gross, R. S., and B. F. Chao, Excitation study of the LAGEOS-derived Chandler wobble, J. Geophys. Res., 90, 9369-9380, 1985.

  12. Chao, B. F., Reply to Hide, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 247, 1987.

  13. Chao, B. F., W. P. O'Connor, A. T. C. Chang, D. K. Hall, and J. L. Foster, Snow-load effect on the Earth's rotation and gravitational field, 1979-1985, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 9415-9422, 1987.

  14. Chao, B. F. and Gross, R. S., Changes in the Earth's rotation and low-degree gravitational field induced by earthquakes, Geophys. J. Roy. Astron. Soc., 91, 569-596, 1987.

  15. Runcorn, S. K., G. A. Wilkins, E. Groten, H. Lenhardt, J. Campbell, R. Hide, B. F. Chao, A. Souriau, J. Hinderer, H. Legros, J. L. Le Mouel, and M. Feissel, The excitation of the Chandler wobble, Survey in Geophysics, 9, 419-449, 1988.

  16. Chao, B. F., and W. P. O'Connor, Effect of a uniform sea level change on the Earth's rotation and gravitational field, Geophys. J., 93, 191-193, 1988.

  17. Chao, B. F., and W. P. O'Connor, Global surface water-induced seasonal variations in the Earth's rotation and gravitational field, Geophys. J., 94, 263-270, 1988.

  18. Chao, B. F., Correlation of interannual length-of-day variation with El Niño / Southern Oscillation, 1972-1986, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 7709-7715, 1988.

  19. Chao, B. F., Excitation of the Earth's polar motion due to mass variations in major hydrological reservoirs, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 13811-13819, 1988.

  20. Rubincam, D. P., B. F. Chao, K. H. Schatten, and W. W. Sager, Non-Newtonian gravity or gravity anomalies? EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 69, 1636, 1988.

  21. Chao, B. F., Feynman's dining hall dynamics, Phys. Today, 42, #2, 15, 1989.

  22. Chao, B. F., Length-of-day variations caused by El Niño-Southern Oscillation and Quasi-Biennial Oscillation, Science, 243, 923-925, 1989.

  23. Rubincam, D. P., B. F. Chao, and K. H. Schatten, Application of internal gravitational field equations to geophysical measurement of G, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 7563-7566, 1989.

  24. Chao, B. F., and D. P. Rubincam, The gravitational field of Phobos, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 859-862, 1989.

  25. Chao, B. F., Comment on "Moment of inertia of three-dimensional models of the Earth" by T. Tanimoto, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 1075, 1989.

  26. Chao, B. F., and D. P. Rubincam, Variations of Mars' gravitational field and rotation due to seasonal CO2 exchange, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 14755-14760, 1990.

  27. Chao, B. F., Comment on "A new method of spectral analysis and its application to the Earth's free oscillation: the "Sompi" method" by Hori et al., J. Geophys. Res., 95, 19789-19790, 1990.

  28. Gross, R. S., and B. F. Chao, The global geodynamics effect of the Macquarie Ridge earthquake, Geophys. Res. Lett., 17, 1009-1012, 1990.

  29. Chao, B. F., On the use of maximum entropy / autoregressive spectrum in harmonic analysis of time series, Pure and Applied Geophys., 134, 303-311, 1990.

  30. Chao, B. F., and A. Y. Au, Temporal variation of Earth's low-degree zonal gravitational field caused by atmospheric mass redistribution: 1980-1988, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 6569!6575, 1991.

  31. Chao, B. F., and A. Y. Au, Atmospheric excitation of the Earth's annual wobble: 1980-1988, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 6577-6582, 1991.

  32. Liu, H. S., and B. F. Chao, The Earth's equatorial principal axes and moments of inertia, Geophys. J. Int., 106, 699-702, 1991.

  33. Chao, B. F., Man, water, and sea level, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 72, 492, 1991.

  34. Chao, B. F., As the world turns, II, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 72, 550-551, 1991.

  35. Chao, B. F., D. N. Dong, H. S. Liu, and T. A. Herring, Libration in the Earth's rotation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, 2007-2010, 1991.

  36. Chao, B. F., Excitation of Earth's polar motion by atmospheric angular momentum variations, 1980-1990, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 253-256, 1993.

  37. Nerem, R. S., B. F. Chao, A. Y. Au, J. C. Chan, S. M. Klosko, N. K. Pavlis, and R. G. Williamson, Temporal variations of the Earth's gravitational field from satellite laser ranging to LAGEOS, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 595-598, 1993.

  38. Chao, B. F., Are autoregressive models sensitive to initial conditions? EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 74, 132-134, 1993.

  39. Chao, B. F., The Geoid and Earth Rotation, in Geophysical Interpretations of Geoid, ed. P. Vanicek and N. Christou, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1994.

  40. Ray, R. D., D. J. Steinberg, B. F. Chao, and D. E. Cartwright, Diurnal and semidiurnal variations in the Earth's rotation rate induced by oceanic tides, Science, 264, 830-832, 1994.

  41. Chao, B. F., Man-made lakes and global sea level, Nature, 370, 258, 1994.

  42. Rubincam, D. P., B. F. Chao, and P. C. Thomas, The gravitational field of Deimos, Icarus, 114, 63-67, 1995.

  43. Chao, B. F., and I. Naito, Wavelet analysis provides a new tool for studying Earth's rotation, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 76, 161-165, 1995.

  44. Chao, B. F., R. D. Ray, and G. D. Egbert, Diurnal/semidiurnal oceanic tidal angular momentum: Topex/Poseidon models in comparison with Earth's rotation rate, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1993-1996, 1995.

  45. Chao, B. F., and R. J. Eanes, Global gravitational change due to atmospheric mass redistribution as observed in Lageos' nodal residual, Geophys. J. Int. 122, 755-764, 1995.

  46. Chao, B. F., J. B. Merriam, and Y. Tamura, Geophysical analysis of zonal tidal signals in length of day, Geophys. J. Int., 122, 765-775, 1995.

  47. Chao, B. F., and R. S. Gross, Changes in the Earth's rotational energy induced by earthquakes, Geophys. J. Int., 122, 776-783, 1995.

  48. Chao, B. F., R. S. Gross, and D. N. Dong, Changes in global gravitational energy induced by earthquakes, Geophys. J. Int., 122, 784-789, 1995.

  49. Chao, B. F., Anthropogenic impact on global geodynamics due to water impoundment in major reservoirs, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 3533-3536, 1995.

  50. Han, Y. B., Q. B. Li, and B. F. Chao, Records of ancient solar and lunar eclipses and study of variation of the Earth=s rotation, Dev. Geophys., 10 (in Chinese), 43-50, 1995.

  51. Chao, B. F., R. S. Gross, and Y. B. Han, Seismic excitation of the polar motion, 1977-1993, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 146, 407-419, 1996.

  52. Chao, B. F., Y. B. Han, and R. S. Gross, On seismic excitation of the polar motion, Chinese Science Bulletin, 41, 832-836, 1996.

  53. Zhu, Y., C. K. Shum, M. K. Cheng, B. D. Tapley, and B. F. Chao, Long-period variations in gravity field caused by mantle anelasticity, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 11243-11248, 1996.

  54. Ray, R. D., R. J. Eanes, and B. F. Chao, Detection of tidal dissipation in the solid Earth by satellite tracking and altimetry, Nature 381, 595-597, 1996.

  55. Chao, B. F., R. D. Ray,J. M. Gipson, G. D. Egbert, and C. Ma, Diurnal/semidiurnal polar motion excited by variations in oceanic tidal angular momentum, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 20,151-20,163, 1996.

  56. Chao, B. F., "Concrete" terrestrial testimony of Milankovitch cycle in Earth(s changing obliquity, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 77, 433, 1996. Also in Earth in Space, AGU, Dec, 1996.

  57. Furuya, M., and B. F. Chao, Estimation of period and Q of the Chandler wobble, Geophys. J. Int. 127, 693-702, 1996.

  58. Ray, R. D., B. F. Chao, Z. Kowalik, and A. Proshutinsky, Angular momentum of Arctic Ocean tides, J. Geodesy, 71, 344-350, 1997.

  59. Chao, B. F., Earth rotation, Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, Chapman and Hall, New York, pp. 990, 1997.

  60. Dehant, V., C. R. Wilson, D. A. Salstein, B. F. Chao, R. S. Gross, Ch. Le Provost, and R. M. Ponte, Study of Earth's rotation and geophysical fluids progresses, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 78, 357-360, 1997.

  61. Chao, B. F., and R. D. Ray, Oceanic tidal angular momentum and Earth's rotation variations, Prog. in Oceanog., 40, 399-421, 1997. (SCI)

  62. Lemoine, F. G., N. K. Pavlis, S. C. Kenyon, R. H. Rapp, E. C. Pavlis, and B. F. Chao, New high-resolution model developed for Earth's gravitational field, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union 79, 113-118, 1998.

  63. Liu, H. S., and B. F. Chao, Wavelet spectral analysis of the Earth's orbital variations and paleoclimatic cycles, J. Atmos. Soc., 55, 227-236, 1998.

  64. Rubincam, D. P., B. Bills, and B. F. Chao, Incredible shrinking tropics, Sky and Telescope, 95,#6, 37-38, 1998.

  65. Gross, R. S., B. F. Chao, and S. D. Desai, Effect of long-period ocean tides on the Earth's polar motion, Prog. in Oceanog., 40, 385-397, 1998.

  66. Clark, T. A., C. Ma, J. W. Ryan, B. F. Chao, J. M. Gipson, D. S. MacMillan, N. R. Vandenberg, T. M. Eubanks, A. E. Niell, Earth rotation measurement yields valuable information about the dynamics of the Earth system, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 79, 205-209, 1998.

  67. Klosko, S. M., and B. F. Chao, The use of satellite laser ranging and long duration orbital changes to constrain geophysical models, in Dynamics of the Ice Age Earth: A Modern Perspective, ed. P. Wu, Trans Tech Pub., 533-556, 1998.

  68. Zhou, Y., D. Zheng, M. Zhao, and B. F. Chao, Interannual polar motion with relation to the North Atlantic Oscillation, Global and Planetary Change, 18, 79-84, 1998.

  69. Klosko, S. M., and B. F. Chao, Secular variations of the zonal gravity field, global sea level, and polar motion as geophysical constraints, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 23, 1091-1102, 1998.

  70. Ray, D. R., B. G. Bills, and B. F. Chao, Lunar and solar torques on the oceanic tides, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 17,653-17,659, 1999.

  71. Chao, B. F., and Y. H. Zhou, Meteorological excitation of interannual polar motion by the North Atlantic Oscillation, J. Geodynamics, 27, 61-73, 1999.

  72. Kuo, Y. H., B. F. Chao, and L. C. Lee, A Constellation of microsatellites promises to help in a range of geoscience research, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 80, 467-471, 1999.

  73. Johnson, T. J., C. R. Wilson, B. F. Chao, Oceanic angular momentum variability estimated from the Parallel Ocean Climate Model, 1988-1998, J. Geophys. Res. 104, 25183-25196, 1999.

  74. Zheng, D.W., B. F. Chao, Y. Zhou, and N. Yu, Improvement of edge effect of the wavelet time-frequency spectrum: Application to the length of day series, J. Geod., 74, 249-254, 2000.

  75. Chao, B. F., E. C. Pavlis, C. W. Huang, C. C. Liu, C. K. Shum C. L. Tseng, and M. Yang, COSMIC: Geodetic applications in improving Earth's gravity model, Terr. Atmos. and Ocean. Sc., 11, 365-378, 2000.

  76. Chao, B. F., Renaming D Double Prime, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 81, 46, 2000.

  77. Chao, B.F., That "Dahm" layer: Reply to comments on renaming the D", EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 81, 210, 2000.

  78. Chao, B. F., V. Dehant, R. S. Gross, R. D. Ray, D. A. Salstein, M. M. Watkins, and C. R. Wilson, Space geodesy monitors mass transports in global geophysical fluids, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 81, 247-250, 2000.

  79. Chen, J. L., C. R. Wilson, B. F. Chao, C. K. Shum and B. D. Tapley: Hydrological and oceanic excitations to polar motion and length-of-day variation, Geophys. J. Int., 141, 149-156, 2000.

  80. Chao, B. F., and R. S. Gross, Coseismic excitation of the Earth's polar motion, in Polar Motion: Historical and Scientific Problems, IAU Coll. #178, ed. S. Dick, D. McCarthy, and B. Luzum, Astron. Soc. Pacific, San Francisco, 2000.

  81. O'Connor, W., B. F. Chao, D. Zheng, and A. Y. Au, Wind stress forcing of the North Sea “Pole Tide”, J. Geophys. Int., 142, 620-630, 2000.

  82. Chao, B. F., W. O’Connor, D. Zheng, and A. Y. Au, Reply to comment by C. Wunsch on 'Wind stress forcing of the North Sea "Pole Tide" , J. Geophys. Int., 146, 266, 2001.

  83. Kuang, W., and B. F. Chao, Topographic core-mantle coupling in geodynamo modeling, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 1871-1874, 2001.

  84. Johnson, T. J., C. R. Wilson, B. F. Chao, Non-tidal oceanic contributions to gravitational field changes: Predictions of the Parallel Ocean Climate Model, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 11,315-11,334, 2001.

  85. Altamimi, Z., D. Angermann, D. Argus, G. Blewitt, C. Boucher, B. Chao, H. Drewes, R. Eanes, M. Feissel, R. Ferland, T. Herring, B. Holt, J. Johannson, K. Larson, C. Ma, J. Manning, C. Meertens, A. Nothnagel, E. Pavlis, G. Petit, J. Ray, J. Ries, H. Scherneck, P. Sillard, and M. Watkins, The Terrestrial Reference Frame and the dynamic Earth, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 82, 273, 278-279, 2001.

  86. Cox, C. M., and B. F. Chao, Detection of a large-scale mass redistribution in the terrestrial system since 1998, Science, 297, 831-833, 2002.

  87. Fujita, M., B. F. Chao, B. V. Sanchez, and T. J. Johnson, Oceanic torques on solid Earth and their effects on Earth rotation: Results from the Parallel Ocean Climate Model, J. Geophys. Res., 107(B8), 10.1029/2001JB000339, 2002.

  88. Boy, J-P., and B.F. Chao, Time-variable gravity signal during the water impoundment of China's Three-Gorges Reservoir,Geophys. Res. Lett, 29(24), 2200, doi:10.1029/2002GL016457, 2002.

  89. Kuang, W., B. F. Chao, Geodynamo modeling and core-mantle interactions, in Earth’s Core: Dynamics, Structure, Rotation, Geodynamics Series 31, ed. V. Dehant, K. Creager, S. Karato, and S. Zatman, Amer. Geophys. Union, Washington DC, 193-212, 2003.

  90. Chao, B. F., Geodesy is not just for static measurements any more, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 84, 145-156, 2003.

  91. Chao, B. F., A. Y. Au, J-P Boy, and C. Cox, Time-variable gravity signal of an anomalous redistribution of water mass in extratropic Pacific during 1998-2002, G-Cubed Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 4, 1096, doi:10.1029/2003GC00589, 2003.

  92. Donnellan, A., J. Rundle, J. Ries, G. Fox, M. Pierce, J. Parker, R. Crippen, E. DeJong, B. Chao, W. Kuang, D. McLeod, M. Matu’ura, J. Bloxham, Illuminating the Earth’s interior through advanced computing, Computing in Sc. and Eng., 6, No. 1, 36-44, 2003.

  93. Solomon, S., et al., Plan for living on a restless planet sets NASA’s solid Earth Agenda, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 84, 485-491, 2003.

  94. Chao, B. F., and R. S. Gross, Did the 26 December 2004 Sumatra, Indonesia, earthquake disrupt the Earth’s rotation as the mass media have said? EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 86, 1-2, 2005.

  95. Plag, H. P., B. F. Chao, R. S. Gross, and T. van Dam, Forcing of polar motion in the Chandler frequency band: An opportunity to evaluate interannual climate variations, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 86, 26, 2005.

  96. Chao, B. F., and D. A. Salstein, Mass, Momentum, and Geodynamics, in Intraseasonal Variability of the Atmosphere-Ocean Climate System, eds. W. K. M. Lau and D. E. Waliser, Praxis Publishing, 2005.

  97. Chao, B. F., On inversion for mass distribution from global (time-variable) gravity field, J. Geodynamics, 39, 223-230, doi:10.1016/j.jog.2004.11.001, 2005.

  98. Rodell, M., B. F. Chao, A. Au, L. S. Kimball, and K. C. McDonald, Global biomass variation and its geodynamic effects, 1982-1998, Earth Interactions, 9, 1-19, 2005.

  99. Boy, J-P., and B. F. Chao, Precise evaluation of atmospheric loading effects on Earth’s time-variable gravity field, J. Geophys. Res., 110(B), 10.1029/2002JB002333, 2005.

  100. Vigo, I. M., D. Garcia, and B. F. Chao, Change of sea level trend in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, J. Marine Res., 63, 1085-1100, 2005.

  101. Garcia, D., B. F. Chao, J. Del Rio, I. M. Vigo, J. Garcia-Lafuente, On the steric and mass-induced contributions to the sea level variations in the Mediterranean Sea, J. Geophys. Res., 111, C09030, doi:10.1029/2005JC002956, 2006.

  102. Gross, R. S., and B. F. Chao, The Rotational and Gravitational Signature of the December 26, 2004 Sumatran Earthquake, Survey in Geophys., 27, 615-632, doi: 10.1007/s10712-006-9008-1, 2006.

  103. Chao, B. F., Earth's oblateness and its temporal variations, Special Issue “Earth Observation From Space”, Comptes rendus Geoscience, 338, 1123-1129, doi:10.1016/j.crte.2006.09.014, 2006.

  104. Garcia, D., I. M. Vigo, B. F. Chao, and M. C. Martinez, Vertical Crustal Motion along the Mediterranean Coast Derived from Ocean Altimetry and Tide Gauge Data, Pure and Appl. Geophys., 164, 851-863, doi: 10.1007/s00024-007-0193-8, 2007. (SCI)

  105. Jiang, W., W. Kuang, B. F. Chao, M. Fang, C. Cox, Understanding time-variable gravity due to core dynamical processes with numerical geodynamo modeling, Proceedings, Joint Assembly Dynamic Planet 2005, Cairns, eds. V. Dehant, 2007.

  106. Yeh, T.K., C.S. Wang, C.S. Chen, and B. F. Chao, Automatic data-quality monitoring for continuous GPS tracking stations in Taiwan, Metrologia, 44, 393-401, 2007.

  107. Garcia, D., B. F. Chao, J. Del Rio, I. Vigo, and J. Garcia-Lafuente, Reply to Comments on “On the steric and mass-induced contributions to the annual sea level variations in the Mediterranean Sea”, J. Geophys. Res., 112, C12019, doi:10.1029/2007JC004465, 2007.

  108. Chao, B. F., Y.-H. Wu, and Y.-S. Li, Impact of artificial reservoir water impoundment on global sea level, Science, 320, 212-214, doi: 10.1126/science.1154580, 2008.

  109. Hwang, C.-W., T.-J. Lin, T.-P. Tseng, and B. F. Chao, Modeling orbit dynamics of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC satellites for recovery of temporal gravity variations, IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sensing, 46, 11, 3412-3423, doi: 10.1109/TGRS.2008.2004789, 2008

  110. Zhang, Z.-Z., B. F. Chao, Y. Lu, and H.-T. Hsu, An effective filtering for GRACE time-variable gravity: Fan filter, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L17311, doi: 10.1029/2009GL039459, 2009.

  111. Garcia-Garcia, D., B. F. Chao, and J.-P. Boy, Steric and Mass-Induced Sea Level Variations in the Mediterranean Sea, Revisited, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2009JC005928, 2010.

  112. Chao, B.F., and H.M. Yan, Relation between length-of-day variation and angular momentum of geophysical fluids, J. Geophys. Res., doi: 10.1029/2009JB007024, 2010.

  113. Hwang, C.W., T.P. Tseng, T.J. Lin,  D. Svehla, Urs Hugentobler and B.F. Chao, Quality assessment of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC and GRACE GPS observables: analysis of multipath, ionospheric delay and phase residual in orbit determination, GPS Solutions, 14, 1, 121-131, DOI 10.1007/s10291-009-0145-0, 2010.

  114. Ogawa, R., B.F. Chao, K. Heki, Quadratic acceleration in GRACE time-variable gravity in relation to interannual hydrological changes, Geophys. J. Int., 184, 673–679 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2010.04843.x, 2011.

  115. Vigo, I.M., J.M. Sanchez-Reales, M. Trottini, and B.F. Chao, Mediterranean sea level variations: Analysis of the satellite altimetric data, 1992-2008, J. Geodynamics, doi:10.1016/j.jog.2011.02.002, 2011.

  116. Hwang, C.W., T.J. Lin, T.P. Tseng, D. Svehla, and B.F. Chao, Quality assessment of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC and GRACE GPS observables: Analysis of multipath, ionospheric delay and phase residual in orbit determination, in press, GPS Solutions, 2011.

  117. Yeh, T.K., C.W. Hwang, J. F. Huang, B.F. Chao, and M.H. Chang, Vertical displacement due to ocean tidal loading around Taiwan based on GPS observations, in press, TAO, 2011.

  118. Chao, B. F., Y. H. Wu, Z. Z. Zhang, and R. Ogawa, Gravity variation in Siberia: GRACE observation and possible causes, in press, TAO, 2011.

 

[Invited Educational/Academic Lectures] 

  1. Polar motion in the 20th century, DTM Colloquium Series, Carnegie Inst. of Washington, Washington, D.C., Nov. 1982.

  2. On excitation of polar motion and some recent results, Roy. Astron. Soc., London, May 1987.

  3. Earthquake effects on Earth's rotation, Colloquium Series, App. Phys. Lab., Johns Hopkins Univ., Laurel, May 1988.

  4. Earth rotation dynamics, DTM Colloquium Series, Carnegie Inst. of Washington, Washington, D.C., Nov. 1988.

  5. Variations in Earth rotation, Studying the Earth from Space public lectures, USRA/GSFC Graduate Student Program, Greenbelt, June 1990; June 1991.

  6. Rotation of the Earth, Earth Sciences Colloquium, Univ. N. Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 1992.

  7. Lecture Series on global geodynamics, sponsored by the National Astronomical Observatory (NAO) of Japan, given at NAO in Mizusawa, NAO HQ in Mitaka, Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japanese Hydrographic Department in Tokyo, Geographic Survey Institute in Tsukuba, Space Research Center in Kashima, April-July, 1993.

  8. Space geodesy and its applications to global geodynamics, GIFT Workshop for Science Teachers, Amer. Geophys. Union, Baltimore, May 1994.

  9. Global changes and Earth rotation, Maryland Earth and Environmental Science Teacher Ambassador Program, GSFC, Greenbelt, 1995, 1996.

  10. Global geodynamics as the world turns, DTM Sem. Series, Carnegie Inst. of Washington, Washington, D.C., Sept. 1996.

  11. Global geodynamics as the world turns, Lamont-Doherty Earth Obs. Colloquium Ser., Palisades, Sept. 1996.

  12. Global geodynamics as the world turns, Dept. Gelogical Sciences Colloquium, SUNY Binghamton, April 1997.

  13. Global geodynamics as the world turns, Dept. Gelogical Sciences Colloquium, University of Connecticut, Storr, Oct. 1997.

  14. Short Course at CORE (8 hours); Lectures (5) at IES, Ocean Univ., Chiao-Tung Univ., NSPO, HKPU, Taiwan - Hong Kong, February- March, 1998.

  15. As the World turns: Everything you wanted to know about Earth rotation, The Oceans: Society and Science public lectures, USRA/GSFC Graduate Student Program, Greenbelt, June 1998.

  16. As the World turns: Everything you wanted to know about Earth rotation, Colloquium series at College of Marine Sciences, Univ. Delaware, Newark, Oct. 1998.

  17. Lectures (2), Univ. of Alicante, Spain, Oct. 1998.

  18. Lectures (3), National Cheng-Kung Univ., National Chiao-Tung Univ., Taiwan, Nov. 1998.

  19. Lecture, Maine Teachers= Workshop in Earth Sciences, GSFC, Greenbelt, July 1999.

  20. Lectures (2), Univ. of Kyoto, Kyoto; Japan Meteor. Agency, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 1999.

  21. Lectures (2), MIT Joint Center Student lecture series, GSFC, Greenbelt, Feb. 2000.

  22. Lecture, HK Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, May 2001.

  23. Lecture, NASA S’COOL summer student program, GSFC, Greenbelt, July 2001.

  24. Space Geodesy: Geophysical and Climatic Applications, Chiao-Tung Univ., Chengdu, Sep. 2002.

  25. Lectures (2), Space Geodesy: Geophysical and Climatic Applications, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, Oct. 2002.

  26. Time-variable gravity from space: Quarter century of observations, mysteries, and prospects, DTM Sem. Series, Carnegie Inst. of Washington, Washington, D.C., Sept. 2002.

  27. Time-variable gravity from space: Quarter century of observations, mysteries, and prospects, Colloquium Series, App. Phys. Lab., Johns Hopkins Univ., Laurel, Nov. 2002.

  28. Time-variable gravity from space: Quarter century of observations, mysteries, and prospects, Colloquium Series, University of N. Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 2003.

  29. Time-variable gravity from space: Quarter century of observations, mysteries, and prospects, Colloquium Series, Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst., August 2003.

  30. Lectures (4), Geosciences Departments at universities and IES, Taiwan, October 2003.

  31. Keynote address, Space Geodesy and Global Geophysical Fluids, IERS Workshop, Munich, Oct. 2003.

  32. Global Geodynamics: Space techniques and Earth system research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, July 2004.

  33. Global Geodynamics: Space techniques and NASA’s Solid-Earth research, Maine Teachers Workshop, Greenbelt, September 2004.

  34. Keynote address, Space geodesy monitoring mass transport in global geophysical fluids, GGSM2004 Conference, Porto, September 2004.

  35. Large Earthquakes, Tsunami, Earth Ringing, Earth Rotation, and All That..., Delaware Aerospace Education Foundation GSFC Teachers’ Forum, Greenbelt, February 2005.

  36. Large Earthquakes, Tsunami, Earth Ringing, Earth Rotation, and All That..., Geological Society of Washington Lecture Series, Washington DC., February 2005.

  37. Earth’s rotation variations and their climatic connections, NASA/GSFC Lab. Atm. Sc. Coll. Greenbelt, March 2005.

  38. To perform at workplace: A personal view, COAA Workshop, April 2005.

  39. Space Geodesy for COSMIC and Using COSMIC: An Atmospheric Perspective, COSMIC Summer School, Taipei, June 2005.

  40. Keynote address, Solid Earth System Science:  Developing Measurement Strategy for Next Generation, Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics annual meeting, Hong Kong, June 2005.

  41. Lectures (2), National Central University, Institute of Earth Sciences of Academia Sinica, Taiwan, July 2005.

  42. Lectures (21 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, July 2005.

  43. A global perspective of our home planet in teaching basic sciences, the International Symposium on Promotion of College Science Teaching, Taipei, July 2005.

  44. Lectures (2), Observing the Earth from Space, C.S. Wu Science Camp, Taiwan, August 2005.

  45. Lecture, Earth’s magnetic field reversals: What’s happening? 科學人雜誌 public lecture, Taipei, August 2005.

  46. Einstein Professorship Address, Space Geodesy: Past, Present, and Future, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, September 2005.

  47. Earth's changing rotation and gravity field, Goddard Scientific Colloquium Series, Greenbelt, October 2005.

  48. Searching for Dragon: Is the answer blowing in the wind? Dept. Atmos. Sc., NTU, April 2006.

  49. Time-variable gravity observations from space, Dept. Civil Eng., NCTU, May, 2006.

  50. Lectures (21 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June-July 2006.

  51. Lectures (2) at Singapore colleges: Global Sea Level Rise, AOGS, Singapore, July, 2006.

  52. Lectures (8 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Summer School, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, July-August 2006.

  53. Lecture, Earth Sciences: An afternoon tour, S’cool Program, Taipei, September 2006.

  54. Time-variable gravity: An old and new remote sensing tool for Earth system science, Inst. Hydrolog. Sc., NCU, September 2006;  Physics Dept., NCU, September, 2006; Inst. Geophys., NCU, October 2006; Dept. Geolog. Sc., NTU, Taipei, November 2006.

  55. 我們的地球,龍岡國中, October, 2006.

  56. Lecture, 東南亞太空科學「太空天氣」培訓研討會(CAWSES), NCU/CSRSR, October, 2006.

  57. Lecture, Global sea level changes: What, When, Where, How, Why, Taipei First-Girls HS, Taipei, November 2006.

  58. 地球自轉揭秘 Earth’s variable rotation, Inst. Space Sc., NCU, April, 2007.

  59. Global sea level changes: What, When, Where, How, Why, Inst. Oceanic Sc., NTU, Taipei, May 2007.

  60. Lectures (21 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June-July, 2007.

  61. Global warming, climatic change, and space techniques, Inst. Env. Ch., NTOU, Keelung, September 2007.

  62. 追龍任務﹕從地球科學追尋龍的起源, Searching for Dragon: Is the answer blowing in the wind? 「展望」系列演講 “Outlook” Lecture Series, NTU, October 2007; “Pine” Lecture Series, NCU, Chung-Li, November 2007.

  63. 追龍任務﹕風中傳奇,國立陽明高中, November, 2007.

  64. 從追龍任務到太空探索-談全球環境變遷,私立普台國民中小學, November, 2007.

  65. 風中去來﹕龍源的傳奇, 松濤講座, NCU, November, 2007.

  66. Lecture, Legacy of Moon and human exploration, 科學人雜誌 public lecture, Taipei, 2007.

  67. Lecture, Seeing the Global Change on Earth from Space, Gadjah Mada Univ., Indonesia, January, 2008.

  68. 全球變遷對海平面有什麼影響?苗栗啟文國小演講 , May, 2008; 自然科學博物館演講, May, 2008; 羅東高中演講, May, 2008; 屏東教育大學, October, 2008; 海洋大學演講, November, 2008; NSYSU, November, 2008; Nanjing University, December, 2008; Xiamen University, December, 2008.

  69. 追龍任務-從地球科學追尋龍的起源,考選部, May, 2008.

  70. Lectures (21 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June-July, 2008.

  71. Lectures (21 hours), Global Geodynamics, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June-July, 2008.

  72. Lectures (2), Observing the Earth from Space, C.S. Wu Science Camp, Taiwan, August, 2008.

  73. 人造水庫對海平面的影響,苗栗聯合大學, October, 2008.

  74. 地球自轉揭秘, Physics Dept., NCHU, October, 2008; Physics Dept., NCU, October, 2008.

  75. 龍的傳奇-風中去來, 科普演講-遇見科學講座,高雄科工館, November, 2008.

  76. 科普寫作演講, 科學人雜誌, 台大集思會議中心,  December, 2008.

  77. Lectures (21 hours), Observing the Earth from Space, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June-July, 2009.

 

科普文章

 

Popular Science Publications in Chinese

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海平面, 你隱藏了多少秘密?, 科學人, 75, Nov, 2008.

重返月球, 這回玩真的嗎?, 科學人, 73, Nov, 2007.

南極天空最亮的眼睛, 科學月刊, 38 , 580-584, 2007.

地球是個發電機 : 真實與虛擬共舞, 科學人, 39, May, 2005.

見微知著 : 話地球自轉, 科學月刊, 21, 866-876, 1990; 自然雜誌, 18, 63-72, 1996.

只緣身在此山中, 幼獅少年, 173, 28-30, 1991.

走馬看花訪行星, 幼獅少年, 156, 84-89, 1989.

入地比登天還難, 幼獅少年, 153, 88-91, 1989.

一窺君顏 : 話海王星系, 科學月刊, 20, 874-878, 1989.

地表板塊在漂移! 科學月刊, 19, 283-285, 1988.

為嫦娥把脈, 科學月刊, 17, 33-38, 1986.

IDA: 長周期地震網, Developments in World Seismology, 12, 11-14, 1982.

煮酒話白山, Translated from "Mauna Kea (I): Half way to space" (Science, 214, 1010-1013, 1981) and "Mauna Kea (II): Coming of Age" (Science, 214, 1110-1114, 1891; M. M. Waldrop), 科學月刊, 13, 6, 50-56, 1982.

地球的音樂, 自然雜誌, 3, 602-605, 1980; 科學月刊, 12, #4, 47-52, 1981.

 

Popular Science Publications in English

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B. F. Chao,* Y. H. Wu, Y. S. Li , Impact of Artificial Reservoir Water Impoundment on Global Sea Level, Science, Vol. 320. no. 5873, pp. 212 - 214, 11 April 2008.

Chao, B. F., Renaming D Double Prime, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 81, 46, 2000.

Rubincam, D. P., B. Bills, and B. F. Chao, Incredible shrinking tropics, Sky and Telescope, 95, 6, 37-38, 1998.

Chao, B. F., A concrete terrestrial testimony of Milankovitch cycle in Earth's changing obliquity, EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 77, 433, 1996. Also in Earth in Space, AGU, Dec, 1996.

Chao, B. F., Feynman's dining hall dynamics, Phys. Today, 42, 2, 15, 1989.