Jun Hu is a postdoctoral research fellow at Rice University. His research focuses on the long-term hydroclimate variability in the past, present and future via modeling and statistical tools. His PhD work was on the better interpretation of Asian speleothem records. Now he is exploring using water isotopes to track the trends of tropical overturning circulations, including the Hadley Cell.
He is also interested in the role of land-air-sea interactions in regional climate variability.
PhD in Earth Sciences, 2019
University of Southern California
MSc in Meteorology, 2014
Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
BSc in Atmospheric Sciences, 2011