Research

MJO-SSW teleconnection: (summary)
Climate on exoplanet:
Icy moon oceanography and ice dynamics:
  • Kang, W. and G. Flierl 2020, Spontaneous formation of geysers at only one pole on Enceladus’ ice shell, PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.2001648117
  • Kang, W., S. Bire, T. Mittal, J. Campin, J. Marshall, How does salinity shape ocean circulation and ice geometry on Enceladus and other icy satellites?, Nature Astronomy (under review)
  • Kang, W., S. Bire, J. Marshall, The role of ocean circulation in driving hemispheric symmetry breaking of the Enceladus’s ice shell. (about to submit)
  • Kang. W., S. Bire, J. Campin, C. Sotin, C. German, A. Thurnherr, J. Marshall, Differing Enceladean ocean circulation and ice shell geometries driven by tidal heating in the ice versus the core (under review)
  • Bire S., W. Kang, J. Campin, J. Marshall, Regimes of ocean circulation on Europa-like icy moons (in prep.)
Atmosphere escape from lava planet: