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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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2009-12Application of MJO Simulation Diagnostics to Climate ModelsKim, D.; Sperber, K.; Stern, W., et alARTICLE671 Application of MJO Simulation Diagnostics to Climate Models
2009-12Simulations of the 2004 North American Monsoon: NAMAP2Gutzler, D. S.; Long, L. N.; Schemm, J., et alARTICLE563 Simulations of the 2004 North American Monsoon: NAMAP2
2009-08Note on the weekly cycle of storm heights over the southeast United StatesBell, Thomas L.; Yoo, Jung-Moon; Lee, Myong-InARTICLE565 Note on the weekly cycle of storm heights over the southeast United States
2008-10A moist benchmark calculation for atmospheric general circulation modelsLee, Myong-In; Suarez, Max J.; Kang, In-Sik, et alARTICLE713 A moist benchmark calculation for atmospheric general circulation models
2008-09Subseasonal variability associated with Asian summer monsoon simulated by 14 IPCC AR4 coupled GCMsLin, Jia-Lin; Weickman, Klaus M.; Kiladis, George N., et alARTICLE529 Subseasonal variability associated with Asian summer monsoon simulated by 14 IPCC AR4 coupled GCMs
2008-06Assessing the skill of an all-season statistical forecast model for the Madden-Julian oscillationJiang, Xianan; Waliser, Duane E.; Wheeler, Matthew C., et alARTICLE562 Assessing the skill of an all-season statistical forecast model for the Madden-Julian oscillation
2008-06North American monsoon and convectively coupled equatorial waves simulated by IPCC AR4 coupled GCMsLin, Jia-Lin; Mapes, Brian E.; Weickmann, Klaus M., et alARTICLE589 North American monsoon and convectively coupled equatorial waves simulated by IPCC AR4 coupled GCMs
2008-03The impacts of convective parameterization and moisture triggering on AGCM-simulated convectively coupled equatorial wavesLin, Jia-Lin; Lee, Myong-In; Kim, Daehyun, et alARTICLE649 The impacts of convective parameterization and moisture triggering on AGCM-simulated convectively coupled equatorial waves
2008-01Role of convection triggers in the simulation of the diurnal cycle of precipitation over the United States Great Plains in a general circulation modelLee, Myong-In; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Suarez, Max J., et alARTICLE591 Role of convection triggers in the simulation of the diurnal cycle of precipitation over the United States Great Plains in a general circulation model
2008-01Midweek increase in US summer rain and storm heights suggests air pollution invigorates rainstormsBell, Thomas L.; Rosenfeld, Daniel; Kim, Kyu-Myong, et alARTICLE551 Midweek increase in US summer rain and storm heights suggests air pollution invigorates rainstorms
2007-12Effects of cloud-radiative heating on atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM) simulations of convectively coupled equatorial wavesLin, Jia-Lin; Kim, Daehyun; Lee, Myong-In, et alARTICLE598 Effects of cloud-radiative heating on atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM) simulations of convectively coupled equatorial waves
2007-08Diurnal cycle of precipitation in the NASA Seasonal to Interannual Prediction Project atmospheric general circulation modelLee, Myong-In; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Suarez, Max J., et alARTICLE637 Diurnal cycle of precipitation in the NASA Seasonal to Interannual Prediction Project atmospheric general circulation model
2007-06An analysis of the warm-season diurnal cycle over the continental united states and northern Mexico in general circulation modelsLee, Myong-In; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Suarez, Max J., et alARTICLE724 An analysis of the warm-season diurnal cycle over the continental united states and northern Mexico in general circulation models
2007-05Sensitivity to horizontal resolution in the AGCM simulations of warm season diurnal cycle of precipitation over the United States and northern MexicoLee, Myong-In; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Suarez, Max J., et alARTICLE561 Sensitivity to horizontal resolution in the AGCM simulations of warm season diurnal cycle of precipitation over the United States and northern Mexico
2007-02Characteristics of diurnal and seasonal cycles in global monsoon systemsLau, William K. M.; Kim, Kyu-Myong; Lee, Myong-InARTICLE560 Characteristics of diurnal and seasonal cycles in global monsoon systems
2006-01The NAME 2004 field campaign and modelling strategyHiggins, W; Ahijevych, D; Amador, J, et alARTICLE536 The NAME 2004 field campaign and modelling strategy
2003-11AGCM simulations of intraseasonal variability associated with the Asian summer monsoonWaliser, DE; Jin, K; Kang, IS, et alARTICLE650 AGCM simulations of intraseasonal variability associated with the Asian summer monsoon
2003-10Impacts of cumulus convection parameterization on aqua-planet AGCM Simulations of tropical intraseasonal variabilityLee, Myong-In; Kang, IS; Mapes, BEARTICLE592 Impacts of cumulus convection parameterization on aqua-planet AGCM Simulations of tropical intraseasonal variability
2001-07Influence of cloud-radiation interaction on simulating tropical intraseasonal oscillation with an atmospheric general circulation modelLee, Myong-In; Kang, IS; Kim, JK, et alARTICLE613 Influence of cloud-radiation interaction on simulating tropical intraseasonal oscillation with an atmospheric general circulation model
1997한반도 기온변동성과 온난화Lee, Myong-In; Kang, In sikARTICLE518

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