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Lee, Myong-In (이명인)

Department
Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학과)
Website
http://climate.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
UNIST Climate Environment Modeling Lab. (기후환경모델링 연구실 )
Research Keywords
전지구 기후예측모델, 계절 예측, 폭염 메커니즘 분석 및 예측기술 개발, 대기질 모델링, 미세먼지 자료동화, Climate Change, Seasonal Prediction, Heatwave Mechanisms and Prediction, Air Quality Modeling, Data Assimilation
Research Interests
We are the UNIST Climate Environment Modeling Laboratory (UCEM), one of dedicated labs at UNIST for climate and environmental studies since 2010. Our research area covers widely classical and recent topics in weather and climate, with a primary emphasis on climate sciences and modeling. We have been developing earth system models with a fully-interactive global carbon cycle, which is being prepared for a national use in responding to the next IPCC climate change scenario projections. We're also developing high-resolution global climate prediction models with improved water cycle, which are known to be better for simulating high-impact weather and climate anomalies. Our lab is also dedicated to understanding and improving the simulations of pronounced weather and climate variability and their changes. These include the various phenomena from the time scale of the daily cycle of warm-season precipitation, to the time scale of tropical waves and cyclones, the Madden-Julian oscillation, and to the interannual and decadal time scales of the El Nino and Southern Oscillation, and beyond. We have been supported and partnered by major research institutes and foundations, including the Korean Meteorological Administration (KMA), National Institute of Meteorological Research (NIMR), APEC Climate Center (APCC), Korea Institute of Atmospheric Prediction Systems (KIAPS), and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF). We are also collaborating actively with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center for joint research project and scholar exchanges.
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2015-09Spatiotemporal variations of air pollutants (O-3, NO2, SO2, CO, PM10, and VOCs) with land-use typesYoo, J. -M.; Jeong, M. -J.; Kim, D., et alARTICLE900 Spatiotemporal variations of air pollutants (O-3, NO2, SO2, CO, PM10, and VOCs) with land-use types
2015-07Detection of Convective Initiation Using Meteorological Imager Onboard Communication, Ocean, and Meteorological Based on Machine Learning ApproachesHan, Hyangsun; Lee, Sanggyun; Im, Jungho, et alARTICLE797 Detection of Convective Initiation Using Meteorological Imager Onboard Communication, Ocean, and Meteorological Based on Machine Learning Approaches
2015-05Changes in weather and climate extremes over Korea and possible causes: A reviewMin, Seung-Ki; Son, Seok-Woo; Seo, Kyong-Hwan, et alARTICLE678 Changes in weather and climate extremes over Korea and possible causes: A review
2015-01Tropical Cyclone Mekkhala (2008) Formation over the South China Sea: Mesoscale, Synoptic-scale and Large-scale ContributioLee, Myong-In; Park, Myung-Sook; Kim, Hyeong-Seog, et alARTICLE1044 Tropical Cyclone Mekkhala (2008) Formation over the South China Sea: Mesoscale, Synoptic-scale and Large-scale Contributio
2015-01Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclones to Parameterized Convection in the NASA GEOS5 ModelLim, Young-Kwon; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Reale, Oreste, et alARTICLE673 Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclones to Parameterized Convection in the NASA GEOS5 Model
2014-10The modulation of tropical storm activity in the Western North Pacific by the Madden-Julian Oscillation in GEOS-5 AGCM experimentsKim, Dongmin; Lee, Myong-In; Kim, Hye-Mi, et alARTICLE643 The modulation of tropical storm activity in the Western North Pacific by the Madden-Julian Oscillation in GEOS-5 AGCM experiments
2014-09The MODIS ice surface temperature product as an indicator of sea ice minimum over the Arctic OceanKang, Daehyun; Im, Jungho; Lee, Myong-In, et alARTICLE776 The MODIS ice surface temperature product as an indicator of sea ice minimum over the Arctic Ocean
2014-08Examinations of cloud variability and future change in the coupled model intercomparison project phase 3 simulationsShin, Sun-Hee; Lee, Myong-In; Kim, Ok-YeonARTICLE759 Examinations of cloud variability and future change in the coupled model intercomparison project phase 3 simulations
2014-07Representation of tropical subseasonal variability of precipitation in global reanalysesKim, Daehyun; Lee, Myong-In; Kim, Dongmin, et alARTICLE647 Representation of tropical subseasonal variability of precipitation in global reanalyses
2014-05Validation of the experimental hindcasts produced by the GloSea4 seasonal prediction systemLee, Myong-In; Kang, Hyun-Suk; Kim, Daehyun, et alARTICLE692 Validation of the experimental hindcasts produced by the GloSea4 seasonal prediction system
2014-05Prediction of the Arctic Oscillation in boreal winter by dynamical seasonal forecasting systemsKang, Daehyun; Lee, Myong-In; Im, Jungho, et alARTICLE721 Prediction of the Arctic Oscillation in boreal winter by dynamical seasonal forecasting systems
2013-10A Physical Basis for the Probabilistic Prediction of the Accumulated Tropical Cyclone Kinetic Energy in the Western North PacificKim, Hye-Mi; Lee, Myong-In; Webster, Peter J., et alARTICLE701 A Physical Basis for the Probabilistic Prediction of the Accumulated Tropical Cyclone Kinetic Energy in the Western North Pacific
2013-10The aqua-planet experiment (APE): Response to changed meridional SST profileWilliamson, David L.; Blackburn, Michael; Nakajima, Kensuke, et alARTICLE661 The aqua-planet experiment (APE): Response to changed meridional SST profile
2013-10The aqua-planet experiment (APE): CONTROL SST simulationBlackburn, Michael; Williamson, David L.; Nakajima, Kensuke, et alARTICLE692 The aqua-planet experiment (APE): CONTROL SST simulation
2012-08Simulation of the intraseasonal variability over the Eastern Pacific ITCZ in climate modelsJiang, Xianan; Waliser, Duane E.; Kim, Daehyun, et alARTICLE686 Simulation of the intraseasonal variability over the Eastern Pacific ITCZ in climate models
2012-06Diurnal Characteristics of Rainfall over the Contiguous United States and Northern Mexico in the Dynamically Downscaled Reanalysis Dataset (US10)Yamada, Tomohito J.; Lee, Myong-In; Kanamitsu, Masao, et alARTICLE647 Diurnal Characteristics of Rainfall over the Contiguous United States and Northern Mexico in the Dynamically Downscaled Reanalysis Dataset (US10)
2011-05Representation of tropical storms in the northwestern pacific by the Modern-Era Retrospective analysis for research and applicationsLee, Myong-In; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Kim, DongminARTICLE862 Representation of tropical storms in the northwestern pacific by the Modern-Era Retrospective analysis for research and applications
2011-01Structure of AGCM-Simulated Convectively Coupled Kelvin Waves and Sensitivity to Convective ParameterizationFrierson, Dargan M. W.; Kim, Daehyun; Kang, In-Sik, et alARTICLE546 Structure of AGCM-Simulated Convectively Coupled Kelvin Waves and Sensitivity to Convective Parameterization
2010-07Ten-year climatology of summertime diurnal rainfall rate over the conterminous U.S.Matsui, Toshihisa; Mocko, David; Lee, Myong-In, et alARTICLE623 Ten-year climatology of summertime diurnal rainfall rate over the conterminous U.S.
2010-02Mechanisms of diurnal precipitation over the US Great Plains: a cloud resolving model perspectiveLee, Myong-In; Choi, Ildae; Tao, Wei-Kuo, et alARTICLE595 Mechanisms of diurnal precipitation over the US Great Plains: a cloud resolving model perspective

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