* Lab members are in bold type.

  • He, Y., and E. Lee (in review), Observational Cooling Effects of Croplands Expansion in the Troposphere over Northeast China during Late Growing Season, Environmental Research Letters.
  1. Lee, E., and Y. He (2018), Could the enhanced forests reduce summer warming in the southern China?, Journal of Climate Research, 13 (4), 345-359. [Link]
  2. Lee, E., Y. He, and Y.-L. Park (2018), Effects of climate change on the phenology of Osmia cornifrons: implications for population management, Climatic Change. [Link]
  3. He, Y., Warner, T.A., McNeil, B.E., and Lee, E. (2018), Reducing Uncertainties in Applying Remotely Sensed Land Use and Land Cover Maps in Land-Atmosphere Interaction: Identifying Change in Space and Time, Remote Sens., 10, 506. [Link]
  4. Shanmugasundaram, J., E. Lee, and G. Srinivasan (2018), Characterizing pentad rainfall variations during the North-East Indian monsoon season over the southeastern peninsular India, International J. of Climatology, 38: e1044-e1060. doi:10.1002/joc.5432. [Link]
  5. Shanmugasundaram, J., and E. Lee (2018), Oceanic and atmospheric conditions associated with the pentad rainfall over the southeastern peninsular India during the Northeast Indian Monsoon season, Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 81, 1-14. [Link]
  6. Lee, E., Y. He, and J. Shanmugasundaram (2017), “Geography of Monsoons.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. Ed. Barney Warf. New York: Oxford University Press. [Link]
  7. He, Y., E. Lee, and T. A. Warner (2017), A time series of annual land use and land cover maps of China from 1982 to 2013 generated using AVHRR GIMMS NDVI3g data, Remote Sensing of Environment, 199, 201-217. [Link]
  8. Shanmugasundaram, J.,Y. Gunnell, A. E. Hessl, and E. Lee (2017), Societal response to monsoon variability in Medieval South India: Lessons from the past for adapting to climate change, The Anthropocene Review, 1-26. doi: 10.1177/2053019617695343. [Link]
  9. Liang, J., et al. (E. Lee as one of the co-authors) (2016), Positive biodiversity–productivity relationship predominant in global forests, Science 354, aaf8957, doi: 10.1126/science.aaf8957. [Link]
  10. Ahn, J. J., Y. Son, Y. He, E. Lee, and Y.-L. Park (2016), Effects of Temperature on Development and Voltinism of Chaetodactylus krombeini (Acari: Chaetodactylidae): Implications for Climate Change Impacts, PLoS ONE 11(8): e0161319. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161319. [Link]
  11. Lee, E., R. Beida, J. Shanmugasundaram, and H. Basara Richter (2016), Land surface and atmospheric conditions associated with heat waves over the Chickasaw Nation in the South Central United States, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121, 6284–6298, doi:10.1002/2015JD024659. [Link]
  12. Ma, W., J. Liang, J. R. Cumming, E. Lee, A. B. Welsh, J. V. Watson, and M. Zhou (2016), Fundamental shifts of Central Hardwood Forests under Climate Change, Ecological Modelling, 332, 28-41. [Link]
  13. He, Y., and E. Lee (2016), Empirical Relationships of Sea Surface Temperature and Vegetation Activity with Summer Rainfall Variability over the Sahel, Earth Interactions, 20, 1–18. [Link]
  14. Lee, E., J. Burkhart, S. H. Olson, A. A. Billings, E. J. Harner, and J. A. Patz (2016), Relationships of climate and irrigation factors with malaria parasite incidences in two climatologically dissimilar regions in India, J. Arid Environments, 124, 214-224. [Link]
  15. Lee, E., Y. He, M. Zhou, and J. Liang (2015), Potential Feedback of Recent Vegetation Changes on Summer Rainfall in the Sahel, Physical Geography, 36 (6), 449-470.[Link]
  16. Lee, E., B. S. Felzer, and Z. Kothavala (2013), Effects of nitrogen limitation on hydrological processes in CLM4-CN,  J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 5, 741-754, doi:10.1002/jame.20046. [Link]
  17. Lee, E., K. Lee, and S. Lee (2012), Review of trends in recent climate research by Korean climatologists, J. Korean Geographical Society, 47 (4), 490-513. [Link]
  18. Lee, E., C. L. Barford, C. J. Kucharik, B. S. Felzer and J. A. Foley (2011), Role of turbulent heat fluxes over land in the monsoon over East Asia, International J. Geosciences, 2 (4), 420-431. [Link]
  19. Lee, E., W. J. Sacks, T. N. Chase, and J. A. Foley (2011), Simulated impacts of irrigation on the atmospheric circulation over Asia, J. Geophysical Research, 116, D08114, doi:10.1029/2010JD014740. [Link]
  20. Lee, E., Regression model for estimating vegetation index in South Asia using the ENSO-related indices (2010), J. Climate Research, 5 (3), 234-249. [Link]
  21. Lee, E., T. N. Chase, B. Rajagopalan, R. G. Barry, T. W. Biggs, and P. J. Lawrence (2009), Effects of irrigation and vegetation activity on early Indian summer monsoon variability, International J. of Climatology, 29, 573-581. [Link]
  22. Lee, E., Effects on the Asian summer monsoon of the enhanced SST in the northwestern Pacific: Intermediate complexity GCM simulations (2009), J. Climate Research, 4 (1), 1-13. [Link]
  23. Lee, E., T. N. Chase, and B. Rajagopalan (2008), Highly improved predictive skill in the forecasting of the East Asian summer monsoon, Water Resour. Res.44, W10422, doi:10.1029/2007WR006514. [Link] –  Highlighted in Nature: ‘Prediction with plants’, Nature456, 144c (Nov. 2008). [Link]
  24. Lee, E., T. N. Chase, P. J. Lawrence, and B. Rajagopalan (2008), Model assessment of the observed relationship between El Niño and the East Asian summer monsoon using the CCSM Community Atmosphere Model-Community Land Model version 3 (CAM-CLM3), J. Geophysical Research113, D20118, doi:10.1029/2008JD009926. [Link]
  25. Lee, E., T. N. Chase, and B. Rajagopalan (2008), Seasonal forecasting of East Asian summer monsoon based on oceanic heat sources, International J. of Climatology, 28, 667~678. [Link]
  26. Biggs, T. W., C. A. Scott, A. Gaur, J.-P. Venot, T. Chase, and E. Lee (2008), Impacts of irrigation and anthropogenic aerosols on the water balance, heat fluxes, and surface temperature in a river basin, Water Resour. Res., 44, W12415, doi:10.1029/2008WR006847. [Link]
  27. Leavitt, S. W., T. N. Chase, B. Rajagopalan, E. Lee, and P. J. Lawrence (2008), Southwestern U.S. tree-ring carbon isotope indices as a possible proxy for reconstruction of greenness of vegetation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L12704, doi:10.1029/2008GL033894. [Link]
  28. Leavitt, S.W., T. N. Chase, B. Rajagopalan, E. Lee, P. J. Lawrence, and C. A. Woodhouse (2007), Southwestern U.S. drought maps from Pinyon tree-ring carbon isotopes, Eos,Transactions, AGU, 88, 39. [Link]
  29. Lee, E., and H.-Y. Lee (1998), Spatial distribution and causative factors of typhoon disasters in Korea, J. Korean Geographical Society, 33, 179-190.