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Khan-Hyuk Kim

Research: Main interest is to understand how mass, momentum, and energy from the sun through the solar wind transport into the Earths magnetosphere and ionosphere/upper atmosphere.

Recent Publications:

K.-H. Kim, Y.-J. Moon, and K.-S. Cho, Reply to comment by N. Gopalswamy and H. Xie on Prediction of the 1-AU arrival times of CME-associated interplanetary shocks: Evaluation of an empirical interplanetary shock propagation model,  J. Geophys. Res., vol. 113, A10106, doi:10.1029/2008JA013170, 2008.

J. Park, Y.-J. Moon, K.-H. Kim, K.-S. Cho, H.-D. Kim, Y.-S. Kwak, Y.-H. Kim, Y.-D. Park, and Y. Yi, Comparison between the KOMPSAT-1 drag derived density and the MSISE model density during strong solar and/or geomagnetic activities, Earth Planets and Space, vol. 60, 601-606, 2008.

R.-S. Kim, K.-S. Cho, K.-H. Kim, Y.-D. Park, Y.-J. Moon, Y. Yi, J. Lee, H. Wang, H. Song, and M. Dryer, CME earthward direction as an important geoeffectiveness indicator, ApJ, 677, 1378-1384, 2008.

S. Kim, Y.-J. Moon, Y.-H. Kim, Y.-D. Park, K.-S. Kim, G. S. Choe, and K.-H. Kim, Preflare eruption triggered by a tether-cutting process, ApJ, 683, 510-515, 2008.

J. Hwang, K.-H. Kim, K.-S. Cho, Y.-D. Park, D.-Y. Lee, and L. R. Lyons, Analysis of the correlation between the occurrence of substorm injections and interplanetary parameters during the declining phase of solar cycle 23, JKPS, vol 53, 897-903, 2008.

K.-H. Kim, K. Takahashi, S. Ohtani, and S.-K. Sung, Statistical analysis of the relationship between earthward flow bursts in the magnetotail and low-latitude Pi2 pulsations, J. Geophys. Res., vol. 112, A10211, doi:10.1029/2007JA012521, 2007.

K.-H. Kim, J. Goldstein, and D. Berube (2007), Plasmaspheric drainage plume observed by the Polar satellite in the prenoon sector and the IMAGE satellite during the magnetic storm of 11 April 2001, J. Geophys. Res., vol. 112, A06237, doi:10.1029/2006JA012030, 2007.

K.-H. Kim, Y. Moon, and K. Cho, Predictions of the 1-AU arrival time of CME-associated interplanetary shocks: Evaluation of an empirical interplanetary shock propagation model, J. Geophys. Res., vol. 112, A05104, doi:10.1029/2006JA011904, 2007.

J. A. Hwang, D.-Y. Lee, L. R. Lyons, A. J. Smith, S. Zou, K. W. Min, K.-H. Kim, et al., Statistical significance of association between whistler-mode chorus enhancements and enhanced convection periods during high-speed streams, J. Geophys. Res., vol. 112, A09213, doi:10.1029/2007JA012388, 2007.

S. Kim, Y.-J. Moon, K.-H. Kim, Y.-H. Kim, T. Sakurai, J. Chae, K.-S. Kim, and G. Choe, Two-step reconnections in a C3.3 flare and its preflare activity observed by Hinode XRT, PASJ, vol. 59, s831, 2007.

K.-H. Kim, et al., Atmospheric drag effects on the KOMPSAT-1 satellite during geomagnetic superstorms, Earth Planets and Space., vol. 58, e25-e28, 2006.

S.-K., Sung, K.-H. Kim, et al., Simultaneous ground-based and satellite observations of Pc5 geomagnetic pulsations: A case study using multipoint meaurements, Earth Planets and Space, vol. 58, 873-883, 2006.

D.-Y. Lee, L. R. Lyons, K. C. Kim, J. H. Baek, K.-H. Kim, et al., Repetitive substorms caused by Alfvenic waves of the interplanetary magnetic field during high-speed solar wind streams, J. Geophys. Res, vol. 111, A12214, doi:10.1029/2006JA011685, 2006.