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Kam, J., S.-K. Min, B.-H. Kim, Y.-H. Kim, L. B. Diaz, J.-S. Kug, and R. Park​, 2024: Climate models indicate compensating effects between anthropogenic greenhouse gases and aerosols on the 2022 Central Andes spring drought. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., accepted.


Hwang, J., S.-W. Son, C. I. Garfinkel, T. Woollings, H. Yoon, S.-I. An, S.-W. Yeh, S.-K. Min, J.-S. Kug, and J. Shin, 2024: Asymmetric hysteresis response of midlatitude storm tracks to CO2 removal. Nat. Clim. Chang., provisionally accepted.


Ryu, Y.-H. and S.-K. Min*, 2024: Anthropogenic warming degrades spring air quality in Northeast Asia by enhancing atmospheric stability and transboundary transport. npj Clim. Atmos. Sci., accepted. 


Oh, S.-G., J. Choi, M.-J. Kang, S.-W. Son, S. Jeong, S.-K. Min, S.-W. Yeh, and Y.-H. Kim, 2024: ​Significant reduction of unequal population exposure to climate extremes by achieving the carbon neutrality​. Earth's Future, accepted.


Paik, S., S.-I. An, A. D. King, S.-K. Kim, and S.-K. Min, 2024: Understanding climate changes in East Asia and Europe based on spatial climate analogs​. Environ. Res. Lett., accepted.


Shin, S.-W., M. Lee, C. Park, D.-H. Cha, G. Kim, J.-B. Ahn, S.-K. Min, E.-C. Chang, and Y.-H. Byun, 2024: Relationship between systematic temperature bias and East Asian winter monsoon in CORDEX East Asia phase II experiments. Clim. Dyn., accepted. 


Park, D.-S. R., E. Seo, M. Lee, D.-H. Cha, D. Kim, C.-H. Ho, M.-I. Lee, H.-S. Kim, and S.-K. Min, 2024: Sea surface temperature warming to inhibit mitigation of tropical cyclone destructiveness over East Asia in El Niño​. npj. Clim. Atmos. Sci., 7, 24.


Cassidy, L. J., A. D. King, J. R. Brown, A. H. MacDougall, T. Ziehn, S.-K. Min, and C. D. Jones​, 2024: Regional temperature extremes and vulnerability under net zero CO2 emissions. Environ. Res. Lett., 19, 014051.


Park, C., S.-W. Shin, A. Juzbašić, D.-H. Cha, Y. Choi, S.-K. Min, Y.-H. Kim, E.-C. Chang, M.-S. Suh, J.-B. Ahn, and Y.-H. Byun, 2024: Uncertainty assessment of future climate change using bias-corrected high-resolution multi-regional climate model datasets over East Asia. Clim. Dyn., published online.


Yoon, A., J. Kim, J. Lee, H. M. Sung, J.-W. Hong, S.-K. Min, J. Lee, and J. Hong, 2024: Factor analysis of recent major heatwaves in East Asia. Geosci. Front., 15, 101730