Marine-Coastal Sedimentology Lab
Professor Kyungsik Choi, a.k.a. tidalchoi, has devoted entire his academic career to the sedimentological and morphodynamic characterization of the tide-influenced depositional systems in various settings to better predict spatio-temporal variability of facies and stratigraphic architecture, to evalute natural and anthropogenic impacts on the depositional systems, and to reconstruct the evolution of the depositional systems.
Marine and Coastal Sedimentology Lab focuses on various issues related to the sedimentology and morphodynamics of estuaries and deltas spanning from tropical to arctic setting around the globe.
Kim, D., Ko, J., Jo, J., Ryu, J., Choi, K.S., 2021. Decoupling natural and man-made impacts on the morphologic and sedimentologic changes in the tidal flats, Saemangeum area, west coast of Korea: implications for benthic ecosystem stability. Science of the Total Environment, accepted pending major revision.
Kim, D., Jo, J., Choi, K.S., 2021. Role of rainfall-induced runoff discharge and human disturbance on the morphodynamics and sedimentation in the semienclosed macrotidal flats. Marine Geology 438, 106522.
Choi, K.S., Kim, D., Jo, J., 2020. Morphodynamic evolution of the macrotidal Sittaung River estuary, Myanmar: tidal versus seasonal controls. Marine Geology 430, 106367.
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