(*:corresponding author; **:student/postdoc author)

(in prep./submitted/in review/under revision)

Liu, et al., Evidence of sentiment alternations of water pollution complaints during climatic extremes and COVID-19. (in prep.)

Yulizar and Kam, Multiscale Assessment of Decadal and Multi-Decadal Changes of Unusual Mean Temperature Events over Germany (1949-2018). (in prep.)

Park and Kam, Sub-seasonal Experiement (SubX) model-based assessment of the prediction skill of recent multi-year South Korea droughts. (in review)

Kam et al., Human contribution to 2020/21-like persistent Iran meteorological droughts. (in review)

Ali, et al., Past and future changes toward earlier timing of streamflow over Pakistan from bias-corrected regional climate projections (1962-2099). (in review)


33. Park, C.-K.**, J. Kam*, H.-R. Byun, and D.-W. Kim, A Self-Calibrated Effective Drought Index (scEDI): Evaluation against Social Drought Impact Records over the Korean Peninsula (1777-2020). J. Hydrol. (accepted)

32. Fang, B., J. Kam, E. Elliott, G. A. Tootle, M. Therrell, and V. Lkshmi, (2022) The Recent Decline of Apalachicola–Chattahoochee–Flint (ACF) River Basin Streamflow, Hydrology, 9, 140.

31. Kam, J.*, S.-K. Min, Y.-H. Kim, B.-H. Kim**, and J.-S. Kug​​, 2022: Anthropogenic contribution to the record-breaking warm and wet winter 2019/20 over Northwest Russia. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 103, S38-S43. (pdf)

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30. Shao, W., J. Kam, and E. Cass, 2022: Public awareness and perceptions of drought: A case study of two cities of Alabama. Risk, Hazards, & Crisis in Public Policy, 1– 18. (early view)

29. Kug, J.-S., J.-H. Oh, S.-I. An, S.-W. Yeh, S.-K. Min, S.-W. Son, J. Kam, Y.-G. Ham, and J. Shin, 2022: Hysteresis of the intertropical convergence zone to CO2 forcing. Nat. Clim. Change., 12, 47-53. (pdf)


28. Kam, J*. 2021: Diversity in the Observed Functionality of Dams and Reservoirs, Environ. Res.: Infrastruct. Sustain., 1, 031003. (pdf)

27. Formetta, G., J. Kam, S. Sadeghi, G. Tootle *, T. Piechota, 2021, Atlantic Ocean Variability and European Alps Winter Precipitation , Water, 13, 3377. (pdf)

26. Kam, J.*, J. Park**, W. Shao, J. Song**, J. Kim, F. T. Gizzi, D. Porrini, and Y.-J. Suh, 2021: Data-driven modeling reveals the Western dominance of global pubic interest in earthquakes, Humanit. Soc. Sci. Commun. (Springer Nature), 8, 242. (pdf)

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25. Song, J.**, M. Sciubba**, and J. Kam*, 2021, Risk and Impact Assessment of Dams in the Contiguous United States using the 2018 National Inventory of Dams Database, Water, 13, 1066.

24. Vines, M., G. Tootle, L. Terry, E. Elliott, J. Corbin, G. L. Harley, J. Kam, S. Sadehi, and M. Therrell, 2021, A Paleo Perspective of Alabama and Florida (USA) Interstate Streamflow, Water, 13, 657.

23. Kam, J.*, S. Kim**, and J. Roundy, 2021, Did a skillful prediction of near-surface temperatures help or hinder forecasting of the 2012 US drought?, Environ. Res. Lett., 16, 3.

22. Kam, J.*, S-K. Min, P. Wolski, and J.-S. Kug, 2021, CMIP6 Model-Based Assessment of Anthropogenic Influence on the Long Sustained Western Cape Drought over 2015-2019, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 102, S45-S50. (pdf)


21. Wanyun, S. and J. Kam, 2020, Retrospective and Prospective Evaluations of Drought and Flood, Sci. Total Environ., 748, 141155. (pdf)

20. Gizzi, F. T., J. Kam, and D. Porrini, 2020, Time windows of opportunities to fight earthquake under-insurance: evidence from Google Trends. Humanit. Soc. Sci. Commun. (Springer Nature), 7, 61 (Article number). (pdf)

Before joining POSTECH (before 01/2020):

19. Kim, S.**, W. Shao, and J. Kam*, 2019, Spatiotemporal Patterns of US Drought Awareness, Palgrave Comm. (Springer Nature), 5, 107 (Article number). doi:10.1057/s41599-019-0317-7 (pdf)

18. Sadeghi, S., G. Tootle, E. Elliott, V. Lakshmi, M. Therrell, J. Kam, and B. Bearden, 2019, Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Temperatures and Southeast United States Streamflow Variability: Associations with the Recent Multi-decadal Decline, J. Hydrol., 576, 422-429. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.06.051.

17. Kam, J.*, K. Stowers, and S. Kim**, 2019, Monitoring of Drought Awareness from Google Trends: A Case Study of the 2011–17 California Drought, Weather Clim Soc., 11, 419-429.

16. Milly, P. C. D., J. Kam, and K. A. Dunne, 2018, On the Sensitivity of Annual Streamflow to Air Temperature, Water Resour. Res., 54, 2624-2641. doi: 10.1002/2017WR021970.

15. Kam, J.*, T. R. Knutson, and P. C. D. Milly, 2018, Climate model assessment of changes in winter-spring streamflow timing over North America, J. Climate, 31, 5559-5579. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0813.1.

14. Knutson, T. R., J. Kam, F. Zeng, and A. T. Wittenberg, 2018, CMIP5 model-based assessment of anthropogenic influence on record global warmth during 2016, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 99(1), S11-S15.

13. Kam, J.*, T. R. Knutson, F. Zeng, and A. T. Wittenberg, 2018, CMIP5 model-based assessment of anthropogenic influence on highly anomalous Arctic warmth during November-December 2016, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 99(1), S34-S38. doi: 10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0115.1.

12. Kam, J.*, T. R. Knutson, F. Zeng, and A. T. Wittenberg, 2016, Multimodel assessment of anthropogenic influence on record global and regional warmth during 2015, Chapter 2 of "[Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective]," Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 97, S4-S8.

11. Kam, J.* and J. Sheffield, 2016, Increased drought and pluvial risk over California due to changing oceanic condition, J. Climate, 29, 8269-8279.

10. Sadri, S., J. Kam, and J. Sheffield, 2016, Nonstationarity of low flows and their timing in the eastern United States, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 633-649, doi:10.5194/hess-20-633-2016.

9. Kam, J.*, T. R. Knutson, F. Zeng, and A. T. Wittenberg, 2016, Record annual-mean warmth over Europe, the northeast Pacific, and the northwest Atlantic during 2014: Assessment of anthropogenic influence, Section 13 of "[Explaining extreme events of 2014 from a climate perspective]," Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, S61-S65.

8. Kam, J.* and J. Sheffield, 2015, Changes in the Low Flow Regime over the Eastern United States (1962-2011): Variability, Trends, and Attributions, Clim. Chang., 135, 639-653. doi: 10.1007/s10584-015-1574-0.

7. Getirana, A., E. Dutra, M. Guimberteau, J. Kam, et al., 2014, Water balance in the Amazon basin from a land surface model ensemble. J. Hydrometeor., 15, 2586-2614.

6. Kam, J.*, J. Sheffield, and E. F. Wood, 2014, Changes in drought risk over the contiguous United States (1901-2012): The influence of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 5897-5903.

5. Kam, J.*, J. Sheffield, and E. F. Wood, 2014, A multi-scale analysis of drought and pluvial mechanisms for the southeastern United States, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, 7348-7367.

4. Kam, J.*, J. Sheffield, X. Yuan, and E. F. Wood, 2014, Did a skillful prediction of sea surface temperatures help or hinder forecasting the 2012 Midwestern summer drought?, Environ. Res. Lett., 9, 034005. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/3/034005.

​3. Yuan, X., E. F. Wood, N. W. Chaney, J. Sheffield, J. Kam, M. Liang, and K. Guan, 2013, Probabilistic seasonal forecasting of African drought by dynamical models, J. Hydrometeor., 14, 1706-1720.

2. Kam, J.*, J. Sheffield, X. Yuan, and E. F. Wood, 2013, The influence of Atlantic tropical cyclones on drought over the eastern US (1980-2007), J. Climate, 26, 3067- 3086.

1. Kumar, S., V. Merwade, J. Kam and K. Thurner, 2009, Streamflow trends in Indiana: effects of long term persistence, precipitation, and subsurface drains, J. Hydrol., 374, 171–183.