Kyeong Park
Kyeong Park
Professor of Marine Sciences, Texas A&M University at Galveston
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A three-dimensional hydrodynamic-eutrophication model (HEM-3D): description of water quality and sediment process submodels
K Park, AY Kuo, J Shen, JM Hamrick
Special Report in Applied Marine Science and Ocean Engineering 327, 1995
Three-dimensional hydrodynamic-eutrophication model (HEM-3D): application to Kwang-Yang Bay, Korea
K Park, HS Jung, HS Kim, SM Ahn
Marine Environmental Research 60 (2), 171-193, 2005
Spatial and temporal variabilities of hypoxia in the Rappahannock River, Virginia
AY Kuo, K Park, MZ Moustafa
Estuaries 14 (2), 113-121, 1991
Temporal variability in summertime bottom hypoxia in shallow areas of Mobile Bay, Alabama
K Park, CK Kim, WW Schroeder
Estuaries and Coasts 30 (1), 54-65, 2007
A modeling study of water and salt exchange for a micro-tidal, stratified northern Gulf of Mexico estuary
CK Kim, K Park
Journal of Marine Systems 96, 103-115, 2012
Estimation of high-resolution sediment concentration profiles in bottom boundary layer using pulse-coherent acoustic Doppler current profilers
HK Ha, JPY Maa, K Park, YH Kim
Marine Geology 279 (1-4), 199-209, 2011
Case Study: Mass Transport Mechanism in Kyunggi Bay around Han River Mouth, Korea
K Park, JH Oh, HS Kim, HH Im
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 128 (3), 257-267, 2002
Oyster larval transport in coastal Alabama: Dominance of physical transport over biological behavior in a shallow estuary
CK Kim, K Park, SP Powers, WM Graham, KM Bayha
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 115 (C10), 2010
Hydrographic variability on a coastal shelf directly influenced by estuarine outflow
B Dzwonkowski, K Park, HK Ha, WM Graham, FJ Hernandez, SP Powers
Continental Shelf Research 31 (9), 939-950, 2011
A numerical model study of hypoxia in the tidal Rappahannock River of Chesapeake Bay
K Park, AY Kuo, BJ Neilson
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 42 (5), 563-581, 1996
Effect of variation in vertical mixing on residual circulation in narrow, weakly nonlinear estuaries
K Park, AY Kuo
Coastal and Estuarine Studies, 301-318, 1996
Dramatic hydrodynamic and sedimentary responses in Galveston Bay and adjacent inner shelf to Hurricane Harvey
J Du, K Park, TM Dellapenna, JM Clay
Science of The Total Environment 653, 554-564, 2019
Worsened physical condition due to climate change contributes to the increasing hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay
J Du, J Shen, K Park, YP Wang, X Yu
Science of the Total Environment 630, 707-717, 2018
A vertical two-dimensional model of estuarine hydrodynamics and water quality
K Park, AY Kuo
Establishing restoration strategy of eastern oyster via a coupled biophysical transport model
CK Kim, K Park, SP Powers
Restoration Ecology 21 (3), 353-362, 2013
A framework for coupling shoals and shallow embayments with main channels in numerical modeling of coastal plain estuaries
AY Kuo, K Park
Estuaries 18 (2), 341-350, 1995
A model study of the estuarine turbidity maximum along the main channel of the upper Chesapeake Bay
K Park, HV Wang, SC Kim, JH Oh
Estuaries and Coasts 31 (1), 115-133, 2008
The effects of Hurricane Ivan in the inner part of Mobile Bay, Alabama
K Park, JF Valentine, S Sklenar, KR Weis, MR Dardeau
Journal of Coastal Research 23 (5), 1332-1336, 2007
A multi-step computation scheme: decoupling kinetic processes from physical transport in water quality models
K Park, AY Kuo
Water Research 30 (10), 2255-2264, 1996
A PC-based tidal prism water quality model for small coastal basins and tidal creeks
AY Kuo, K Park
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