Eunjee Lee

Eunjee Lee

  • RESEARCH SCIENTIST
  • 301.614.6239
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 610.1
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIVERSITIES SPACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
  • Positions/Employment

    9/2015 - Present

    Research Scientist

    Universities Space Research Association, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
    9/2012 - 8/2015

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow

    Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    10/2011 - 7/2012

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change / Center for Global Change Science, MIT, Cambridge, MA
    1/2005 - 6/2005

    Graduate intern

    Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Headquarters (New York City)

    Education

    Sc.D. (2011): Atmospheric Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    M.S. (2005): Chemistry, The Ohio State University

    B.S. (2002): Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University

    Professional Societies

    American Geophysical Union, 2007 - Present
    Member
    American Meteorological Society, 2013 - Present
    Member

    Awards

    Harvard Sustainability Science Fellowship, 2012-2015

    MIT Martin Family Fellowship for Sustainability, 2008

    MIT Presidential Fellowship, 2005

     

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Arias, M. E., E. Lee, F. Farinosi, F. Pereira, and P. Moorcroft. 2018. "Decoupling the effects of deforestation and climate variability in the Tapajós river basin in the Brazilian Amazon." Hydrological Processes , 32 (11): 1648-1663 [10.1002/hyp.11517]

    Lee, E., A. Livino, S.-C. Han, et al. K. Zhang, J. Briscoe, J. Kelman, and P. Moorcroft. 2018. "Land cover change explains the increasing discharge of the Paraná River." Regional Environmental Change, 18 (6): 1871–1881 [10.1007/s10113-018-1321-y]

    Lee, E., F. Zeng, R. D. Koster, et al. B. Weir, L. E. Ott, and B. Poulter. 2018. "The impact of spatiotemporal variability in atmospheric CO2 concentration on global terrestrial carbon fluxes." Biogeosciences, 15: 5635-5652 [10.5194/bg-15-5635-2018]

    Pereira, F. F., F. Farinosi, M. E. Arias, et al. E. Lee, J. Briscoe, and P. R. Moorcroft. 2017. "Technical note: A hydrological routing scheme for the Ecosystem Demography model (ED2+R) tested in the Tapajós River basin in the Brazilian Amazon ." Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21: 4629-4648 [10.5194/hess-21-4629-2017]

    Swann, A. L., M. Longo, R. G. Knox, E. Lee, and P. R. Moorcroft. 2015. "Future deforestation in the Amazon and consequences for South American climate." Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 214-215: 12-24 [10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.07.006]

    Non-Refereed

    Livino, A., J. Briscoe, E. Lee, P. Moorcroft, and J. Kelman. 2014. "Climate Change as a Challenge to Decision-Makers in the Management of the Brazilian Hydropower Systems." The International Journal on Hydropower & Dams 21 (4): 57-61.

    Murthy, S., L. Pereira, A. Harley, et al. D. Shemie, E. Lee, P. Guardabassi, C. Zhang, and S. Moore. 2013. "The Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Helping Decision-Makers Meet Food, Energy and Water (FEW) Needs." Harvard Sustainability Science Program Working Paper 2013-02

    Talks, Presentations and Posters

    Invited

    Response of the global terrestrial carbon cycle to spatiotemporal variability of the atmospheric CO2 concentration

    4 / 2017

    AOES Seminars, George Mason University

    An Integrative Approach for the Hydrology, Land-Use, and Climate: Cases for the Amazon and its surrounding area

    3 / 2014

    Department of Geographical Sciences Seminar Series, University of Maryland

    Linking Water and Climate Change: a Case for Brazil

    8 / 2013

    Teaching Water: Global Perspectives on a Resource in Crisis workshop, Harvard University

    Other

    Evaluating the Amazonian water cycle components using ED model against GRACE

    12 / 2014

    AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco CA

    Incorporating a meteorological constraint to plant migration in a dynamic vegetation model: projections of future vegetation distribution in the Pan-Arctic

    3 / 2010

    State of the Arctic conference, Miami, FL

    Modeling carbon fluxes between the Arctic atmosphere, ocean and land ecosystems

    12 / 2007

    AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco CA

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Arias, M. E., E. Lee, F. Farinosi, F. Pereira, and P. Moorcroft. 2018. "Decoupling the effects of deforestation and climate variability in the Tapajós river basin in the Brazilian Amazon." Hydrological Processes 32 (11): 1648-1663 [10.1002/hyp.11517]

    Lee, E., A. Livino, S.-C. Han, et al. K. Zhang, J. Briscoe, J. Kelman, and P. Moorcroft. 2018. "Land cover change explains the increasing discharge of the Paraná River." Regional Environmental Change 18 (6): 1871–1881 [10.1007/s10113-018-1321-y]

    Lee, E., F. Zeng, R. D. Koster, et al. B. Weir, L. E. Ott, and B. Poulter. 2018. "The impact of spatiotemporal variability in atmospheric CO2 concentration on global terrestrial carbon fluxes." Biogeosciences 15 5635-5652 [10.5194/bg-15-5635-2018]

    Pereira, F. F., F. Farinosi, M. E. Arias, et al. E. Lee, J. Briscoe, and P. R. Moorcroft. 2017. "Technical note: A hydrological routing scheme for the Ecosystem Demography model (ED2+R) tested in the Tapajós River basin in the Brazilian Amazon ." Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 4629-4648 [10.5194/hess-21-4629-2017]

    Swann, A. L., M. Longo, R. G. Knox, E. Lee, and P. R. Moorcroft. 2015. "Future deforestation in the Amazon and consequences for South American climate." Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 214-215 12-24 [10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.07.006]

    Non-Refereed

    Livino, A., J. Briscoe, E. Lee, P. Moorcroft, and J. Kelman. 2014. "Climate Change as a Challenge to Decision-Makers in the Management of the Brazilian Hydropower Systems." The International Journal on Hydropower & Dams 21 (4): 57-61

    Murthy, S., L. Pereira, A. Harley, et al. D. Shemie, E. Lee, P. Guardabassi, C. Zhang, and S. Moore. 2013. "The Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Helping Decision-Makers Meet Food, Energy and Water (FEW) Needs." Harvard Sustainability Science Program Working Paper 2013-02

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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