Ham, Yookeun

  1. Ham Y, Schubert S, Vikhliaev Y, Suarez M. ASSESSMENT OF THE ENSO FORECAST SKILL OF GEOS-5 SYSTEM. Clim. Dyn. 2014;43 (9-10):2415-2430.
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  2. Ham Y, Rienecker M, Suarez M, Vikhliaev Y, Zhao B, Marshak J, Vernieres G, Schubert S. DECADAL PREDICTION SKILL IN THE GEOS-5 FORECAST SYSTEM. Clim. Dyn. 2014;42 (1-2):1-20.
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  3. Wang H, Schubert S, Koster R, Ham Y, Suarez M. ON THE ROLE OF SST FORCING IN THE 2011 AND 2012 EXTREME U.S. HEAT AND DROUGHT: A STUDY IN CONTRASTS. J. Hydrometeorol. 2014;15 (3):1255-1273.
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  4. Hong S, Kang I, Choi I, Ham Y. CLIMATE RESPONSES IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC ASSOCIATED WITH ATLANTIC WARMING IN RECENT DECADES. Asia-Pac. J. Atmos. Sci. 2013;49 (2):209-217.
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  5. Ham Y, Lim M, Kug J. IMPORTANCE OF MEAN STATE IN SIMULATING DIFFERENT TYPES OF EL NIñO REVEALED BY SNU COUPLED GCMS. Progress in Oceanography. 2013;116 130-141.
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  6. Ham Y, Kug J, Park J, Jin F. SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE NORTH TROPICAL ATLANTIC AS A TRIGGER FOR EL NINO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION EVENTS. Nat. Geosci. 2013;6 (2):112-116.
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  7. Ham Y, Kug J, Park J. TWO DISTINCT ROLES OF ATLANTIC SSTS IN ENSO VARIABILITY: NORTH TROPICAL ATLANTIC SST AND ATLANTIC NINO. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2013;40 (15):4012-4017.
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  8. Jeong H, Lee D, Ashok K, Ahn J, Lee J, Luo J, Schemm J, Hendon H, Braganza K, Ham Y. ASSESSMENT OF THE APCC COUPLED MME SUITE IN PREDICTING THE DISTINCTIVE CLIMATE IMPACTS OF TWO FLAVORS OF ENSO DURING BOREAL WINTER. Clim. Dyn. 2012;39 (1-2):475-493.
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  9. Yeh S, Ham Y, Lee J. CHANGES IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC SST TREND FROM CMIP3 TO CMIP5 AND ITS IMPLICATION OF ENSO. J. Clim. 2012;25 (21):7764-7771.
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  10. Ham Y, Kang I, Kug J. COUPLED BRED VECTORS IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC AND THEIR APPLICATION TO ENSO PREDICTION. Progress In Oceanography. 2012;105 90-101.
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  11. Ham Y, Rienecker M, Schubert S, Marshak J, Yeh S, Yang S. DECADAL MODULATION OF COUPLED BRED VECTORS. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2012;39 5.
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  12. Ham Y, Kang I, Kim D, Kug J. EL-NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION SIMULATED AND PREDICTED IN SNU COUPLED GCMS. Clim. Dyn. 2012;38 (11-12):2227-2242.
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  13. Ham Y, Kug J. HOW WELL DO CURRENT CLIMATE MODELS SIMULATE TWO TYPES OF EL NINO?. Clim. Dyn. 2012;39 (1-2):383-398.
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  14. Kug J, Ham Y, Lee J, Jin F. IMPROVED SIMULATION OF TWO TYPES OF EL NINO IN CMIP5 MODELS. Environ. Res. Lett. 2012;7 (3):8.
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  15. Kug J, Ham Y, Lee J, Jin F. IMPROVED SIMULATION OF TWO TYPES OF EL NINO IN CMIP5 MODELS (VOL 7, 034002, 2012). Environ. Res. Lett. 2012;7 (3):8.
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  16. Lim Y, Ham Y, Jeong J, Kug J. IMPROVEMENT IN SIMULATION OF EURASIAN WINTER CLIMATE VARIABILITY WITH A REALISTIC ARCTIC SEA ICE CONDITION IN AN ATMOSPHERIC GCM. Environ. Res. Lett. 2012;7 (4):6.
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  17. Kug J, Ham Y. INDIAN OCEAN FEEDBACK TO THE ENSO TRANSITION IN A MULTIMODEL ENSEMBLE. J. Clim. 2012;25 (20):6942-6957.
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  18. Ham Y, Schubert S, Chang Y. OPTIMAL INITIAL PERTURBATIONS FOR ENSEMBLE PREDICTION OF THE MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION DURING BOREAL WINTER. J. Clim. 2012;25 (14):4932-4945.
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  19. Ham Y, Kug J, Lim M. RECTIFICATION FEEDBACK OF HIGH-FREQUENCY ATMOSPHERIC VARIABILITY INTO LOW-FREQUENCY ZONAL FLOWS IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC. J. Clim. 2012;25 (14):5088-5101.
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  20. Kug J, Ham Y. ARE THERE TWO TYPES OF LA NINA?. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2011;38 6.
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