Society Bulletins

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 24, 2014

CHAN Ho-sun, TONG Hang-wai, LEE Sai-ming Temperature Projection for Hong Kong in the 21st Century Using CMIP5 Models, 3 – 18.
Marco Yu Ting Leung and Wen Zhou Latitudinal Position of the East Asian Trough and its Modulation on Winter Temperatures over Southeast Asia, 19 – 23.
Edwin ST Lai, TC Lee and YH Lau Winds that Help a City to Breathe, 24 – 32.
Society Events
Popular Science Lecture Series &
Visit to the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, 33.
Colour Figures
Painting Competition for Primary School Students, 34.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 22, 2012

K.K. Hon, M.K. Or and W.K. Wong Numerical Simulation Studies on Severe Typhoon Vicente, 3 – 30.
H.Y. Yeung, P.W. Cheng and S.T. Chan A Study of Tropical Cyclone Rainfall Distribution and Topographic Effect over Hong Kong, 31 – 40.
S.M. Lee, J.L. Lau and S.M. Tong A Review of Climate Change Studies for Southern China, 41 – 52.
Society Event
Popular Science Lecture Series, 53.
Colour Figures
Mascot Design Competition for Primary School Students, 54 – 56.
Popular Science Lecture Series, 53.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 21, 2011

S.Y. Lau and B.L. Choy The PM 2.5 to PM10 Ratio as a Possible Indicator for Identifying Atmospheric Sand-Dust in Hong Kong – an Explanatory Analysis, 3 – 20.
M.C. Wu, Y.Y. Cheng and Y.H. Lau Influence of the Immediate Environments on Daytime Temperature Variations at Two Urban Stations in Hong Kong, 21 – 34.
W.H. Leung, H.K. Yeung, W.M. Ma and W.L. Mok A Preliminary Study of the Characteristics of Ultraviolet A (UVA) Radiation in Hong Kong, 35 – 45.
Society Events
Popular Science Lecture Series, 46.
The Second Global Meeting of International Forum of Meteorological Societies, 47 – 48.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 20, 2010

Fung W.Y., Chan S.W., Tam K.H. and Lam K.S. A Preliminary Analysis of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentrations in Hong Kong, 3 – 22.
T. Kung, Leung W.H. and Yeung H.K. Mesoscale Analysis of Two Extreme Weather Events in Hong Kong, 23 – 38.
Edwin S.T. Lai Chasing After The Wind : From Athens to Qingdao, 39 – 60.
Society Events
Popular Science Lecture Series, 61 – 64.
Visit of Meteorological Bureau of Shenzhen Municipality and Xichong Astronomical Observatory, 65 – 68.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 19, 2009

B.Y. Lee and T.C. Lee Data Monitoring and Evidence of Climate Change in Hong Kong, 3 – 8.
H.Y. Mok and Barbara Leung The impact of cold and hot weather on senior citizens in Hong Kong, 9 – 12.
  Society Events
Visit to the Meteorological Community of Taiwan, 13
Presentation of Zhu Kezhen Prize, 14
  “What can we do about climate change?”
Painting Competition for Primary School Students, 14 – 19.
Chinese Doublet Competition for Secondary School Students, 20
COLOUR FIGURES, 21 – 31.
W.Y. Fung, K.S. Lam, Edwin Ginn and Y.W. Chan Net Radiation and Albedo Study at Ta Kwu Ling, 32 – 40.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 18, 2008

C.Y. Lam Be relevant and effective – thinking beyond accuracy and timeliness, 3 – 11.
T.C. Lee, W.H. Leung, and E.W.L. Ginn
Rainfall Projections for Hong Kong based on the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report, 12 – 22.
C.Y. Lam
Weather Services in Support of Natural Disaster Mitigation, 23 – 32.
Y.K. Leung and C.Y. Lam
Visibility Impairment in Hong Kong – A Wind Attribution Analysis, 33 – 48.
H.N. Cheung and W. Zhou Interdecadal variations of winter monsoon over South China, 49 – 60.
  Painting and Computer Graphics Design Competition “Sky of 2050 – Climate Change and our Future”, 61 – 65.
COLOUR PLATES, 66 – 76.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 17, 2007

LAU Ngar-cheung Scientific Basis of Climate Change, 2 – 12
Y.K. Leung, M.C. Wu, K.K. Yeung and
W.M. Leung
Temperature projections in Hong Kong based on IPCC Fourth Assessment Report, 13 – 22.
M.C. Wu, K.H. Yeung and Y.K. Leung
Some Characteristic on the Apparent Changes in East Asian Winter Atmospheric Circulation, 23 – 35.
C.K. Ho, J.K.W. Chan and K.C. Tsui
Trends in global solar radiation in Hong Kong, 36 – 50.
Presentation of Zhu Ke-zhen Prize, 51 -52.
“Climate Change” Painting and Web Page Design Competition, 53 -55.
COLOUR PLATES, 56 – 68.
Hong Kong Meteorological Society Helps Promote the Awareness of Climate Change in Hong Kong, 69.
L.S. Lee and M.Y. Leung
Forecast of Ultraviolet Index in Hong Kong, 70 – 80.
C.C. Lam
The Characteristics of the Southeast Monsoon in Hong Kong, 81 – 93.
P.W. Chan and C.M. Shun
Comparison of Manual Observations and Instrumental Readings of Visibility at the Hong Kong International Airport, 94 – 98.
Mickey Man-Kui Wai
The Tropical Cyclone Warning Systems During the Years of Modern Hong Kong, 1945-2004, 99 – 120.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 16, Numbers 1/2, 2006

LEUNG Yin Kong and WU Man Chi Regime Shift in Summer Rainfall in Southern China, 3 – 8.
C.Y. Lam Climate change: the atmosphere as an impaired air-conditioner, 9 – 14.
C.Y. Lam On Climate Changes Brought About by Urban Living, 15 – 20.
  Painting and Photography Competition (published in Chinese only)
“Weather in Four Seasons” Painting competition for primary school students
, 21 – 23.
“Changing Weather” Photography competition for secondary school students, 24.
Colour Plate, 25 – 27.
Mickey Man-Kui Wai The Tropical Cyclone Warning Systems During the
Inter-War Years of Hong Kong, 1920-1939, 28 – 48.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 15, Numbers 1/2, 2005

Mickey Man-Kui Wai The Tropical Cyclone Warning Systems in the Early Twentieth Century of Hong Kong, 1900-1919, 3 – 31.
  Society Events: “Dancing with Clouds” Painting and Three-dimensional Art Competition organized by Hong Kong Meteorological Society in collaboration with the Hong Kong Society for Education in Art (article published in Chinese only)
     Presentation of Zhu Kezhen Prize, 32 – 39.
M.C. Wu, Y.K. Leung and K.H. Yeung Projected Change in Hong Kong’s Rainfall in the 21st Century, 40 – 53.
David Tai-wai Hui and Karen Kit-ying Shum Changes in the Structure of Tropical Storm Kompasu (0409) Before and After Landfall over Hong Kong in July 2004, 54 – 58.
T.C. Lee and W.M. Leung Weather and Japanese Encephalitis in Hong Kong, 59 – 72.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 14, Numbers 1/2, 2004

Lau Ngar-Cheung and Chen Fong-Ching Role of Ocean in Climate Change, 3 – 20.
Y.K. Leung, E.W.L. Ginn, M.C. Wu, K.H. Yeung and W.L. Chang Temperature Projections for Hong Kong in the 21st Century, 21 – 49.
Mickey Man-Kui Wai The Early Tropical Cyclone Warning Systems In Hong Kong, 49 – 81.
Queenie C.C. Lam Merging Nowcasting and NWP in Weather Warning Operations, with Specific Reference to Landslides, 82 – 98.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 13, Numbers 1/2, 2003
(Special Issue on Acid Rain Project)

Lam, C.Y.,  Kyle, W.J., Chan, Y.K., Lam, K.S., Lam, David H.Y., Lee, Olivia, Lau, Alexis K.H. and Fong, Clarence Hong Kong Secondary Schools Acid Rain Survey, 3 – 11.
Lam, H.Y., Lau, Alexis K.H. and Lam, C.Y. A Case Study of Acid Rain Episode in Hong Kong from the Meteorological Perspective, 12 – 22.
Lee, Olivia Closing Workshop of Acid Rain Project, 23.
Wong, W.T., Li, K.W. and Yeung, K.H. Long Term Sea Level Change in Hong Kong, 24 – 40.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 12, Numbers 1/2, 2002

Cheng, C.M., Lam, C.C. and Lai Edwin S.T.
Three-dimensional Analysis of Mesoscale Convective System on 24 May, 1998, 3 – 13.
Lau, S.Y. Windshear and Turbulence Detection and Warning at Hong Kong International Airport, 14 – 15.
Leung, Y.K. and W.M. Leung Effect of ENSO on the Number of Tropical Cyclones Affecting Hong Kong, 16- 24.
Lee, T.C. and W.M. Leung Performance of Multiple-model Ensemble Techniques in Tropical Cyclone Track Prediction, 25-30.
Chan, P.W. and K.K. Yeung Experimental Use of a Weather Buoy in Windshear Monitoring at Hong Kong International Airport, 31-39.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 11, 2001

Chim, Kin-Sang, P.A. Hitchcock and K.C.S. Kwok
Flow over Waglan Island by Wind Tunnel and Numerical Simulation, 3 – 14.
Lam, C.Y. Tropical Cyclone Warning System in Hong Kong, 15 – 23.
Wai, Mickey, M.K. Is There Any Hope for the Use of the Signals in the Tropical Cyclone Warning System in Hong Kong? 24 – 44.
Wai, Mickey, M.K. A Case Study of Typhoon Maggie Using the Proposed New Tropical Cyclone Warning System for Hong Kong, 45- 55.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 10, Numbers 1/2, 2000

Wai, Mickey, M.K. On the Development of Two Cases of Air Pollution in Hong Kong, 3 – 16.
Wai, Mickey, M.K. Changes in the Characteristics of Typhoons Affecting Hong Kong, Part 1: Typhoon Intensity in the South China Sea, 17 – 45.
Peart, M.R., W.J. Kyle and R.D. Hill Extracting Water from Clouds in Hong Kong, 46- 58.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 9, Numbers 1/2, 1999

Lai, Edwin S.T. East and West – The Weather Version, 3 – 15.
Cheung, Norman, K.W. and W.J. Kyle Hong Kong’s Active Typhoon Season, 16 – 45.
Kyle, Bill 1998 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean (west of 180 degrees), 46 – 66.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 67 – 94.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 8, Numbers 1/2, 1998

Lau, Ngar-Cheung El Nino: Child of the Pacific, 3 – 20.
Kyle, Bill 1997 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 21 – 53.
Chan, P.W. and Lee, B.Y. Farewell Ceremony Weather, 54- 66.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 67 – 90.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 7, Number 2, 1997

Hong Kong Observatory The Rainstorms in Hong Kong in Early July 1997, 3 – 12.
Kyle, Bill 1996 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 13 – 75.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 85 – 98.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 7, Number 1, 1997

Cheng, C.M., Chan, C.C. and Chan, S.T. Visibility Trends in Hong Kong, 3 – 21.
Zhang Ming and Zhang Lifeng Study of the Sea-Land Breeze System in Hong Kong, 22 – 43.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 60 – 70.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 6, Number 2, 1996

Kyle, Bill 1995 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 3 – 40.
Chan, P.W. and Tam, C.M. Trapped Lee Waves over Lantau Island: Case Studies, 41 – 55.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 81 – 90.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 6, Number 1, 1996

Yeung, K.K., Chang, W.L., Newell, Reginald E. Hu, Wenjie and Gregory, Gerald L. Tropospheric Ozone Profiles over Hong Kong, 3 – 12.
Jay, Chungchen, Kot, S.C. and Tepper, J. Mark Detecting Inversions and Stable Lapse Rates, 13 – 19.
United Nations Climate Change Bulletin Issue 11: 2nd Quarter, 1996, 20 – 31.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 46 – 55.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 5, Number 2, 1995

Wai, Mickey M.K., Welsh, Patrick T. and Ma, Wai Man The Timing and Distribution of Summer Convective Rainfall over Hong Kong and South China, 3 – 23.
Cheng, Y.C., Wong, W.K., Young, Kenneth, Zhang Ming, Lam, C.Y. and Poon, H.T. Froude Number Statistics for Northerly Cold Surges in Southern China, 24 – 35.
United Nations Climate Change Bulletin Issue 9: 4th Quarter, 1995, 36 – 45.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 82 – 88.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 5, Number 1, 1995

Sequeira, Ronald On an Apparent Connection of the Electrical Conductivity of Rainwater with Severe Storms and Urban Activity in Hong Kong, 3 – 15.
Kyle, Bill 1994 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 16 – 32.
Lee, B.Y., Wong, O., Cheng, C.M., Tai, S.C. and Hung, Y.S. Hong Kong’s New Doppler Weather Radar, 33 – 44.
  United Nations Climate Change Bulletin Issue 6: 1st Quarter, 1995, 45 – 53.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 73 – 77.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 4, Number 2, 1994

Lee, B.Y. and Wong, O. Three-dimensional Visualization of Satellite Cloud Images, 3 – 6.
Wong, S.K. and Ho, K.L. A Brief History of the Royal Observatory Weather Radars, 7 – 11.
  United Nations Climate Change Bulletin Issue 5: 4th Quarter, 1994, 12 – 21.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 43 – 49.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 4, Number 1, 1994
(Special Issue on Severe Weather)

Song, M.K. Rainstorm in Hong Kong on 16 June 1993: Part I: Synoptic and Mesoscale Aspects, 3 – 12.
Lam, C.Y. Rainstorm in Hong Kong on 16 June 1993: Part II: Nowcasting Aspects, 13 – 19.
Tam, C.M. and Cheng, C.M. A Late-Season Tropical Cyclone Related Rainstorm in Hong Kong, 20 – 31.
Lee, B.Y., Chan, C.C. and Cheng, C.M. Three Heavy Rain Occasions Severely Affecting Hong Kong in 1993, 32 – 51.
Kyle, Bill 1993 Tropical Cyclone Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 52 – 70.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 79 – 86.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 3, Number 2, 1993

Yim, Wyss W.S. Recent Sea-Level Changes in Hong Kong and Their Implications, 3 – 8.
Wai, Mickey Man Kui Diurnal Atmospheric Secondary Circulations over Hong Kong, 9 – 20.
Shun, C.M. and Leung, K.S. The First Radioactivity and Ozone Soundings in Hong Kong, 21 – 27. 
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews. 39 – 44.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 3, Number 1, 1993

Lam, C.Y. El Nino/Southern Oscillation and Spring Weather in Hong Kong, 3 – 13.
Chan, Johnny C.L. and Ng, Man Him Morning Showers over Hong Kong in Summer, 14 – 25.
Chang, W.L. and Tam, K.H. Tropical Cyclone Generated Wave Spectra at Waglan Island, 26 – 28.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 33 – 38.
Kyle, Bill 1992 Tropical Cyclone Weather Summary for the Western North Pacific Ocean, 39 – 52.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 2, Number 2, 1992

Yim, Wyss W.S. Future Sea-level Rise and Coastal Reclamation for Urbanization in Hong Kong, 3 – 11.
Peart, Mervyn R. and Guan, Dongsheng A Cold Spell in Hong Kong, 12 – 17.
Tiempo Tiempo 5: A Bulletin on Global Warming and the Third World, 18 – 35.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 50 – 55.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 2, Number 1, 1992
(Special Issue on Climate Change)

Chang W.L. and McGregor, Glenn Climate Change: An Overview, 3 – 15.
McGregor, Glenn Climate Change and Hong Kong: Possible Implications and Responses, 16 – 27.
Hill, Ronald D. The Impact of Climate Change Upon Global Agriculture, 28 – 33.
Hsu, Steve S.I. Debate on the Climate Change of Ancient China, 34 – 35.
Lam, Joseph C., Hui, Sam C.M. and Yuen, Richard, K.K. Typical Weather Year for Building Energy Simulation in Hong Kong, 36 – 44.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 50 – 54.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 1, Number 2, 1991

Jayawardena, A.W. Reliability of Empirical Equations for Estimating Evaporation  and Evapotranspiration, 3 – 10.
Chang, W.L. Billow and Orographic Clouds over Hong Kong, 11 – 13.
Chan, Johnny C.L. and Ng, Tin-kin Temperature Variability over Hong Kong, 14 – 25.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 36 – 40.

HKMetS Bulletin, Volume 1, Number 1, 1991

Chan, Johnny C.L. Research in the Atmospheric Sciences in Hong Kong – 
A Proposed Agenda, 3 – 6.
Lam, C.Y. “SPECTRUM” – Typhoons Under Critical Examination, 7 – 9.
Peart, Mervyn R. Storm Period Variation of Rainfall pH: The Example of  Typhoon  Brenda, May, 1989, 10 – 15.
Yim, Wyss W.S. An Analysis of Tide Gauge and Storm Surge Data in Hong Kong, 16 – 23.
Kyle, Bill Hong Kong Weather Reviews, 27 – 35.