《大气科学进展》（Advances in Atmospheric Sciences，AAS）为表彰对AAS学术质量作出卓越贡献的作者、审稿人和编委，经主编审核批准，AAS编辑部决定颁发2022年度优秀文章、优秀审稿人、优秀编委奖。获奖名单如下：
Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019
Cheng, Lijing; Abraham, John; Zhu, Jiang; Trenberth, Kevin E.; Fasullo, John; Boyer, Tim; Locarnini, Ricardo; Zhang, Bin; Yu, Fujiang; Wan, Liying; Chen, Xingrong; Song, Xiangzhou; Liu, Yulong; Mann, Michael E.
Advanced Radiative Transfer Modeling System (ARMS): A New-Generation Satellite Observation Operator Developed for Numerical Weather Prediction and Remote Sensing Applications
Weng, Fuzhong; Yu, Xinwen; Duan, Yihong; Yang, Jun; Wang, Jianjie
Does CMIP6 Inspire More Confidence in Simulating Climate Extremes over China?
Zhu, Huanhuan; Jiang, Zhihong; Li, Juan; Li, Wei; Sun, Cenxiao; Li, Laurent
Differences between CMIP6 and CMIP5 Models in Simulating Climate over China and the East Asian Monsoon
Jiang, Dabang; Hu, Dan; Tian, Zhiping; Lang, Xianmei
Recent Near-surface Temperature Trends in the Antarctic Peninsula from Observed, Reanalysis and Regional Climate Model Data
Bozkurt, Deniz; Bromwich, David H.; Carrasco, Jorge; Hines, Keith M.; Maureira, Juan Carlos; Rondanelli, Roberto
Atmospheric River Signatures in Radiosonde Profiles and Reanalyses at the Dronning Maud Land Coast, East Antarctica
Gorodetskaya, Irina, V; Silva, Tiago; Schmithuesen, Holger; Hirasawa, Naohiko
Impacts of Urbanization on the Precipitation Characteristics in Guangdong Province, China
Yan, Meng; Chan, Johnny C. L.; Zhao, Kun
LICOM Model Datasets for the CMIP6 Ocean Model Intercomparison Project
Lin, Pengfei; Yu, Zhipeng; Liu, Hailong; Yu, Yongqiang; Li, Yiwen; Jiang, Jirong; Xue, Wei; Chen, Kangjun; Yang, Qian; Zhao, Bowen; Wei, Jilin; Ding, Mengrong; Sun, Zhikuo; Wang, Yaqi; Meng, Yao; Zheng, Weipeng; Ma, Jinfeng
Homogenized Daily Relative Humidity Series in China during 1960-2017
Li, Zhen; Yan, Zhongwei; Zhu, Yani; Freychet, Nicolas; Tett, Simon
Reducing Uncertainties in Climate Projections with Emergent Constraints: Concepts, Examples and Prospects
1.Chang, Chuan-Chieh (University Of Illinois): For ensuring that manuscript reviews are mindful, but rigorous.
2.Liu, Maofeng (University of Miami): For ensuring high-quality reviews of revised manuscripts.
3.Schvartzman, David (The University of Oklahoma):For providing detailed reviews of different manuscript versions.
4.Bucchignani, Edoardo(Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali): For providing a quick, yet comprehensive review.
5.Chenghai Wang (Lanzhou University): For multiple timely and professional reviews.
6.Elzen, Michel den(PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency):For providing an insightful review.
7.Gao, Lan(The University of Oklahoma):For his continuous thoughtful, detailed, and critical reviews of papers submitted to AAS.
8.Gim, Hyeon-Ju (Seoul National University):For carefully reading submitted manuscripts and providing valuable comments, which are greatly helpful as editors make publishing decisions.
9.Harris, Lucas (NOAA):For very detailed and insightful comments, which have significantly improved AAS’ manuscript submission quality.
10.Healy, Sean (ECMWF): For providing very meticulous reviews and mindful annotations in manuscripts.
11.Huang, Boyin(NOAA):For reviewing multiple articles and raising critical issues regarding data quality.
12.Huang, Xin (Nanjing University): For her profoundly thoughtful multi-step review and remarkably constructive comments that greatly improved the quality of the article that she reviewed.
13.Li, Guoping (Chengdu University of Information & Technology): For reviewing multiple articles and providing thorough comments in each.
14.Li, Weiping(China Meteorological Administration):For reviewing several papers for AAS.
15.Lynn, Barry (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): For maintaining high-standards throughout the review process, even in the third review stage.
16.Matsumura, Shinji (Hokkaido Univ.):For providing timely, insightful, and constructive review comments that help authors improve their manuscripts as well as help AAS publish scientifically-sound papers.
17.Sun, Wu(Carnegie Institution for Science): For providing exceptionally detailed and thorough comments.
18.Wang, Lang (Chinese University of Hong Kong):For providing prompt and constructive reviews of multiple manuscripts.
19.Xu, Xiyan (IAP, CAS): For her swift, yet comprehensive review of a “borderline” manuscript.
20.Yang, Ming-Jen (NTU): For raising critical questions throughout the review process.
21.Zhang, Hua (China Meteorological Administration): For providing highly detailed reviews.
22.Zhang, Qinghong (Peking University):For providing timely and high-quality commentary for News & Views articles which require expedited reviews.
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