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Boyin Huang has been an oceanographer in Development Branch of Climate Prediction Center since May 2005, working on ocean climate analysis and monitoring. His research interests are in the role of ocean in climate and climate change. He and Dr. Yan Xue created and are maintaining the web site for Global Ocean Data Assimilation System in monitoring the oceans at real time; and have been conducting the first time ever CPC monthly ocean briefing since May 2007. Before joining NOAA CPC, he was a research scientist in The Center for Research on the Changing Earth System, Columbia, Maryland (2002-2005), worked on the impacts of the atmospheric freshwater on the oceans. He finished his post-doc study in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000-2002), worked on oceanic issues of the global warming. He received Ph.D. in physical oceanography in University of Wisconsin-Madison (2000); M.S. in atmospheric dynamics in Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing (1997); and B.S. in meteorology in Department of Meteorology, Nanjing University (1984). He published 22 papers (13 as the first author) in peer reviewed journals on the topics of medium-range numerical weather forecast, ocean general circulation, ocean and climate change, and ocean and atmospheric freshwater. He received RSIS Delighting the Customer Award (2005); The First-rank Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (1992): The study in medium-range numerical weather forecast.