Wonsun Park

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  • Sang‐ki Lee, Wonsun Park, Erik Van Sebille, Molly O Baringer, Chunzai Wang, David B Enfield +6 others
  • 2011
[1] As the upper layer of the world ocean warms gradually during the 20th century, the inter‐ocean heat transport from the Indian to Atlantic basin should be enhanced, and the Atlantic Ocean should therefore gain extra heat due to the increased upper ocean temperature of the inflow via the Agulhas leakage. Consistent with this hypothesis, instrumental(More)
  • Sergey K Gulev, Mojib Latif, Noel Keenlyside, Wonsun Park, Klaus Peter Koltermann
  • 2013
Nearly 50 years ago Bjerknes suggested that the character of large-scale air-sea interaction over the mid-latitude North Atlantic Ocean differs with timescales: the atmosphere was thought to drive directly most short-term--interannual--sea surface temperature (SST) variability, and the ocean to contribute significantly to long-term--multidecadal--SST and(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o The early Pliocene warm phase was characterized by high sea surface temperatures and a deep thermocline in the eastern equatorial Pacific. A new hypothesis suggests that the progressive closure of the Panamanian seaway contributed substantially to the termination of this zonally symmetric state in the equatorial Pacific. According to(More)
Defects in GABAergic interneurons are thought to be involved in the pathophysiology of bipolar disorder, and Li+ has been used as a primary therapeutic agent in the treatment. We used the patch clamp technique to investigate whether Li+ affects on spontaneous GABAergic synaptic inputs to granule cells (GCs) in hippocampal dentate gyrus. Extracellularly(More)
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