Office : 606 ASTC, Yonsei University
Email : kimhj29 (at) yonsei (dot) ac (dot) kr
Feb. 2022 : Ph.D., Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei Univ.
Feb. 2017 : M.S., Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei Univ.
Feb. 2015 : B.S., Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei Univ.
Doctors degree: ""
Masters degree: "Orbital modulation of ENSO's influence on East Asian winter monsoon via changes in mean state"
External forcing and climate change
Atmosphere-ocean coupled variability
S.-I. An, H.-J. Kim, W. Park, and B. Schneider (2017) Impact of ENSO on East Asian winter monsoon during interglacial periods: effect of orbital forcing, Clim Dyn 49:3209-3219
H.-J. Kim and S.-I. An (2019) Impact of North Atlantic Freshwater Forcing on Pacific Meridional Overturning Circulation under Glacial and Interglacial Conditions, J Clim
S.-I. An, H.-J. Kim, and S.-K. Kim (2020) Rate-dependent hysteresis of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation system and its asymmetric loop, Geophy Res Lett
H.-J. Kim, S.-I. An, and D. Kim (2020) Timescale-dependent AMOC-AMO relationship in an earth system model of intermediate complexity, Int J Climatol
H-J Kim, S-I An, S-K Kim, and J-H Park (2021) Feedback processes modulating the sensitivity of Atlantic thermohaline circulation to freshwater forcing timescales, J Clim, 34, 5081-5092
S.-I. An, J. Shin, S.-W. Yeh, S.-W. Son, J.-S. Kug, S.-K., Min, and H.-J. Kim (2021) Global cooling hiatus driven by an AMOC overshoot in a carbon dioxide removal scenario, Earth’s Future
- KMS 2016 (Spring), 2018 (Fall)
- EGU 2019
- KOQUA 2020
- EGU 2016, 2018
- IBS Conference on Climate Change and Human Migration 2018
- KGU 2018
- ICP 2019
Korean Meteorological Society, 2016
Award for outstanding presentation
우수논문상. Impact of North Atlantic Freshwater Forcing on Pacific Meridional Overturning Circulation under Glacial and Interglacial Conditions. 연세대학교 BK21플러스 지구대기천문사업단장