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Lee, Myong-In (이명인)

Department
School of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학부)
Research Interests
Climate Change, Seasonal Prediction, Extreme Weather, Aerosol
Lab
Climate-Environment Modeling Lab
Website
http://climate.unist.ac.kr/
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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 alARTICLE495 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 alARTICLE466 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 alARTICLE493 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 alARTICLE550 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 alARTICLE628 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 alARTICLE483 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-InARTICLE480 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 alARTICLE463 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 alARTICLE549 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, BEARTICLE512 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 alARTICLE525 Influence of cloud-radiation interaction on simulating tropical intraseasonal oscillation with an atmospheric general circulation model
1997한반도 기온변동성과 온난화Lee, Myong-In; Kang, In sikARTICLE446

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