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Peer-Reviewed Journal

Nam, C. C., D-S R. Park, in Revision: Decisive factors of tropical cyclone risk over South Korea: intensity, track, and extratropical transition. Weather, Climate, and Society.

Nam, C. C., M. M. Bell, D. Tao, Under Review: Bifurcation points for tropical cyclone genesis in sheared and dry environments. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences.

Kim, D., D-S R. Park, C. C. Nam, M. M. Bell, Accepted: The parametric hurricane rainfall model with moisture and its application to climate change projections. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science.

Nam, C. C., M. M. Bell, 2021: Multi-scale shear impacts during the genesis of Hagupit (2008). Monthly Weather Review, 149, 551-569,

Martinez, J., C. C. Nam, M. M. Bell, 2020: On the Contributions of Incipient Vortex Circulation and Environmental Moisture to Tropical Cyclone Expansion. Journal of Geophysical Research, 125, e2020JD033324 ,

Nam, C.C., D-S R. Park, C-H Ho, and D. Chen, 2018: Dependency of tropical cyclone risk on track in South Korea. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 3225-3224,

Park, D.-S. R, C.-H. Ho, J. Kim, K. Kang, and C. C. Nam, 2016: Highlighting socioeconomic damages caused by weakened tropical cyclones in the Republic of Korea. Nat. Hazards, 82, 1301-1315,

Park, D.-S. R, C.-H. Ho, C. C. Nam, and H.-S. Kim,, 2015: Evidence of reduced vulnerability to tropical cyclones in the Republic of Korea. Env. Res. Lett., Vol. 10, No. 5,

Thesis & Dissertation

Ph. D.

Nam, C. C., 2021: Multi-Scale Interactions Leading to Tropical Cyclogenesis in Sheared Environments, Colorado State University.

Master’s thesis

Nam, C. C., 2017: Typhoon track and extra-tropical transition as the decisive factors for the risk distribution in South Korea, Seoul National University.