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Kang, Sarah M. (KANG SARAH M)

Department
Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학과)
Website
http://skang.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Climate Dynamics Lab. (기후역학 연구실)
Research Keywords
기후역학, 지구온난화, 기후모델 불확실성, 고위도-열대 상호작용, 북극온난화, ITCZ, Atmospheric general circulation, Polar amplification, Uncertainty of climate model, extratropics to tropics teleconnection, Climate change, ITCZ
Research Interests
Climate dynamics Laboratory in Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology is leading the world in theoretical studies of Extratropics to Tropics Teleconnection based on energetic framework.Recently, we organized the global  project, Extratropical-Tropical interaction Model inter-Comparison Project (ETIN-MIP) and intimately involved in developing our scientific finding, relying on the role of ocean dynamics by using the hierarchy of climate model.For a decade, over 30 SCI papers related with atmospheric dynamics, climate change, ITCZ (Intertropical Convergence Zone), projection of tropical temperature, and polar amplification are published.The growing risk of climate change permeated the whole globe and one local climate change can affect other regions, for instance, the air pollution in East Asia can induce the severe drought in Africa. Therefore, CDL actively collaborates with international climate study groups and institution, such as U.S., Canada, China, Japan, and Taiwan.
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2022-04The Dependence of Mean Climate State on Shortwave Absorption by Water VaporKim, Hanjun; Pendergrass, Angeline G.; Kang, Sarah M.ARTICLE25 The Dependence of Mean Climate State on Shortwave Absorption by Water Vapor
2022-03Global warming pattern formation: the role of ocean heat uptakeHu, Shineng; Xie, Shang-Ping; Kang, Sarah M.ARTICLE88 Global warming pattern formation: the role of ocean heat uptake
2022-01Disentangling the effect of regional SST bias on the double-ITCZ problemLee, Jiheun; Kang, Sarah M.; Kim, Hanjun, et alARTICLE38 Disentangling the effect of regional SST bias on the double-ITCZ problem
2022-01Distinct Surface Warming Response Over the Western and Eastern Equatorial Pacific to Radiative ForcingPark, Chanyoung; Kang, Sarah M.; Stuecker, Malte F., et alARTICLE49 Distinct Surface Warming Response Over the Western and Eastern Equatorial Pacific to Radiative Forcing
2021-12Zonal mean and shift modes of historical climate response to evolving aerosol distributionKang, Sarah M.; Xie, Shang-Ping; Deser, Clara, et alARTICLE81 Zonal mean and shift modes of historical climate response to evolving aerosol distribution
2021-12How Does the High-Latitude Thermal Forcing in One Hemisphere Affect the Other Hemisphere?Shin, Yechul; Kang, Sarah M.ARTICLE68 How Does the High-Latitude Thermal Forcing in One Hemisphere Affect the Other Hemisphere?
2021-10Atmospheric Circulation Sensitivity to Changes in the Vertical Structure of Polar WarmingKim, Doyeon; Kang, Sarah M.; Merlis, Timothy M., et alARTICLE72 Atmospheric Circulation Sensitivity to Changes in the Vertical Structure of Polar Warming
2021-08Evolution of the Tropical Response to Periodic Extratropical Thermal ForcingShin, Yechul; Kang, Sarah M.; Takahashi, Ken, et alARTICLE147 Evolution of the Tropical Response to Periodic Extratropical Thermal Forcing
2021-05Relative roles of energy and momentum fluxes in the tropical response to extratropical thermal forcingHwang, Yen-Ting; Tseng, Hung-Yi; Li, Kuan-Chen, et alARTICLE176 Relative roles of energy and momentum fluxes in the tropical response to extratropical thermal forcing
2021-01Mechanisms of tropical precipitation biases in climate modelsKim, Hanjun; Kang, Sarah M.; Takahashi, Ken, et alARTICLE170 Mechanisms of tropical precipitation biases in climate models
2020-11Walker circulation response to extratropical radiative forcingKang, Sarah M.; Xie, Shang-Ping; Shin, Yechul, et alARTICLE133 Walker circulation response to extratropical radiative forcing
2020-03Extratropical Influence on the Tropical Rainfall DistributionKang, Sarah M.ARTICLE152 Extratropical Influence on the Tropical Rainfall Distribution
2020-02Strong remote control of future equatorial warming by off-equatorial forcingStuecker, Malte F.; Timmermann, Axel; Jin, Fei-Fei, et alARTICLE358 Strong remote control of future equatorial warming by off-equatorial forcing
2019-12Extratropical–Tropical Interaction Model Intercomparison Project (Etin-Mip): Protocol and Initial ResultsKang, Sarah M.; Hawcroft, Matt; Xiang, Baoqiang, et alARTICLE269 Extratropical–Tropical Interaction Model Intercomparison Project (Etin-Mip): Protocol and Initial Results
2019-03Pantropical climate interactionsCai, Wenju; Wu, Lixin; Lengaigne, Matthieu, et alARTICLE343 Pantropical climate interactions
2018-12Polar amplification dominated by local forcing and feedbacksStuecker, Malte F.; Bitz, Cecilia M.; Armour, Kyle C., et alARTICLE673 Polar amplification dominated by local forcing and feedbacks
2018-11Tropical Precipitation and Cross-Equatorial Heat Transport in Response to Localized Heating: Basin and Hemisphere DependenceWhite, Rachel H.; McFarlane, AA; Frierson, Dargan MW., et alARTICLE600 Tropical Precipitation and Cross-Equatorial Heat Transport in Response to Localized Heating: Basin and Hemisphere Dependence
2018-11Contrasting Tropical Climate Response Pattern to Localized Thermal Forcing Over Different Ocean BasinsKang, Sarah M.; Park, Kiwoong; Hwang, Yen-Ting, et alARTICLE607 Contrasting Tropical Climate Response Pattern to Localized Thermal Forcing Over Different Ocean Basins
2018-09The partitioning of poleward energy transport response between the atmosphere and Ekman flux to prescribed surface forcing in a simplified GCMKang, Sarah M.; Shin, Yechul; Codron, FrancisARTICLE481 The partitioning of poleward energy transport response between the atmosphere and Ekman flux to prescribed surface forcing in a simplified GCM
2018-06Sensitivity of polar amplification to varying insolation conditionsKim, Doyeon; Kang, Sarah M.; Shin, Yechul, et alARTICLE914 Sensitivity of polar amplification to varying insolation conditions

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