10 selected publications out of a total over 200:
Chen, D., N. Smith and W. Kessler, The evolving ENSO observing system. National Science Review, 5, 805–807, 2018.
Chen, D., T. Lian, C. Fu, M.A. Cane, Y. Tang, R. Murtugudde, X. Song, Q. Wu and L. Zhou, Strong influence of westerly wind bursts on El Niño diversity. Nature Geoscience, 8, 339-345, 2015.
Chen, D., Indo-Pacific Tripole: an intrinsic mode of tropical climate variability, Advances in Geosciences, 24, 1-18, 2011.
Chen, D., and X. Yuan, A Markov model for seasonal forecast of Antarctic sea ice. Journal of Climate, 17, 3156-3168, 2004.
Chen, D., M. A. Cane, A. Kaplan, S. E. Zebiak and D. Huang, Predictability of El Niño over the past 148 years. Nature, 428,733-736, 2004.
Chen, D., T. W. Liu, W. Tang and Z. Wang, Air-sea interaction at an oceanic front: implications for frontogenesis and primary production. Geophysical Research Letters, 30, 1745, 2003.
Chen, D., H. W. Ou, and C. Dong, A model study of internal tides in coastal frontal zone. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 33, 170-187, 2003.
Chen, D., M. A. Cane, S. E. Zebiak, Rafael Canizares and A. Kaplan, Bias correction of an ocean-atmosphere coupled model. Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 2585-2588, 2000.
Chen, D., S. E. Zebiak, A. J. Busalacchi and M. A. Cane, An improved procedure for El Niño forecasting: implications for predictability. Science, 269, 1699-1702, 1995.
Chen, D., L. Rothstein, and A. Busalacchi, A hybrid vertical mixing scheme and its application to tropical ocean models. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 24, 2156-2179, 1994.