Myong-In Lee
Climate Dynamics Labratory
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Seoul National Univeristy, Seoul 151-742, KOREA

current affiliation: Climate and Environment System Research Center (CES)/SNU

Tel: +82-2-880-6897, Fax: +82-2-885-7357
E-mail:
milee@climate.snu.ac.kr


Education

B.S. 1994, Major : Atmospheric Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea

M.S. 1996, Major : Atmospheric Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea

Ph.D. 2001, Major : Atmospheric Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea

Membership
Korean Meteorological Society

Publication

Thesis:

Impacts of cumulus parameterization and cloud-radiation interaction processes in GCM simulation of tropical intraseasonal oscillation, 2001, Ph.D. Thesis, S.N.U., 202pp.

Temperature variability and its secular warming trend in Korean peninsula, 1994, M.S. Thesis, S.N.U. 64pp

Papers:

Myong-In Lee, In-Sik Kang, Jong-Khun Kim, and Brian E. Mapes, 2001 : The influence of cloud-radiation interaction on simulating tropical intraseasonal oscillation with the Atmospheric General Circulation Model.   J. Geophys. Res., revised. (full text )
Myong-In Lee,In-Sik Kang,and B. E. Mapes, 2001 : A reexamination of minimum entainment rate constraint in Arakawa-Shubert convection scheme for tropical intraseasonal oscillation simulation.  (In preparation)
Myong-In Lee and In-Sik Kang, 1997 ;
Temperature variability and warming trend associated with global warming in Korean peninsula, J. Kor. Meteorol. Soc., 33(3), 429-443 (In Korean)

Proceedings:
Myong-In Lee and In-Sik Kang, 2000 ;
Simulations of tropical intraseasonal Oscillation with SNU GCM. proc.  Korean Meteorological Society, 67-72.
Myong-In Lee and In-Sik Kang, 1996 ;
Temperature variability and warming trend in Korea. proc. Korean Meteorological Society. p115.