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Member American Meteorological Society, American Geophysical Union, and Korean Meteorological Society


Visiting Fellowships in Canadian Government Laboratories, 2006-2008

Ph.D. Meteorology, University of Bonn, Germany, 2006 (Magna cum laude)


Seung-Ki Min

Research Scientist - Climate change detection and analysis

CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Contributing to improved understanding of observed climate changes and projection of future climate changes

  • Understand and attribute the causes of observed global and regional climate changes
  • Search for possible human Influence on climate extremes
  • Develop and apply advanced statistical approaches for climate research
  • Construct future projections of climate change and assess their uncertainties


Member - International Detection and Attribution Group (IDAG)

Associate Editor - Journal of Climate

Session co-convener - "Detection and attribution of climate change" (10th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology IMSC, Beijing 2007), "Regional-scale climate change: detection, attribution, and prediction" (AGU Joint Assembly, Toronto 2009), "Bayesian statistics for climate research" (11th IMSC, Edinburgh 2010)

Participated in the IPCC AR4 coupled climate model experiments (with the ECHO-G model)


Min, S.-K., X. Zhang, F. W. Zwiers, and G. C. Hegerl. 2011. Human contribution to more-intense precipitation extremes. Nature. 470: 378-381.

Min, S.-K., X. B. Zhang, F. W. Zwiers, P. Friederichs and A. Hense. 2009. Signal detectability in extreme precipitation changes assessed from twentieth century climate simulations. Climate Dyn. 32: 95-111.

Min, S.-K., X. B. Zhang, F. W. Zwiers and T. Agnew. 2008. Human influence on Arctic sea ice detectable from early 1990s onwards. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35: L21701. DOI: 10.1029/2008GL035725

Min, S.-K., X. Zhang and F.W. Zwiers. 2008. Human induced Arctic moistening. Science. 320: 518-520.

Min, S.-K. and A. Hense. 2007. A Hierarchical evaluation of IPCC AR4 coupled climate models with systematic consideration of model uncertainties. Climate Dyn. 29: 853–868.

Min, S.-K. and A. Hense, 2007. A Bayesian assessment of climate change using multimodel ensembles. Part II: regional and seasonal mean surface temperatures. J. Climate. 20: 2769-2790.

Min, S.-K., S. Legutke, A. Hense and W.-T. Kwon. 2005. Internal variability in a 1000-year control simulation with the coupled climate model ECHO-G – I. Near-surface temperature, precipitation and mean sea level pressure. Tellus. 57A: 605-621.

Expertise Categories associated with this S&T Expert:

     Climate Change and Processes
          Trends and variability
     Climate Modelling
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