Publications authored by Edward Park

The Great 2011 Thailand flood disaster revisited: Could it have been mitigated by different dam operations based on better weather forecasts?

Ho Huu Loc, Adel Emadzadeh, Edward Park, Piyanuch Nontikansak, & Ravinesh C. Deo
01/2023 Environmental Research 216 1

Geomorphic control on stage-area hysteresis in three of the largest floodplain lakes

Wei Jing Ang, Edward Park, & Xiankun Yang
11/2022 Journal of Hydrology 614

Assessing the Performance of the Satellite-Based Precipitation Products (SPP) in the Data-Sparse Himalayan Terrain

Sonu Kumar, Devesh Belbase, Edward Park, Giriraj Amarnath, Jingyu Wang, Malay Pramanik, et al.
09/2022 Remote Sensing 14

Mainstreaming ecotourism as an ecosystem-based adaptation in Vietnam: insights from three different value chain models

Ngo Thi Thu Trang, Edward Park, & Huu Loc Ho
2022 Environment, Development, and Sustainability

Increased burned area in the Pantanal over the past two decades

Danielle Blazys Correa, Edward Park, Enner Alcântara, Klécia Gili Massi, & Renata Libonati
2022 Science of The Total Environment

Projecting the impact of human activities and climate change on water resources in the transboundary Sre Pok River Basin

Pragya Pradhan, Edward Park, Huu Loc Ho, Sangam Shrestha, & Trang Thi Huyen Pham
2022 Climatic Change 172 26

Monsoonal variations of lead (Pb) in coastal waters around Singapore

Mengli Chen, Edward A. Boyle, Edward Park, Gonzalo Carrasco, Jani Tanzil, Kuanbo Zhou, et al.
2022 Marine Pollution Bulletin

How the saline water intrusion has reshaped the agricultural landscape of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta, a review

Huu Loc Ho, Edward Park, Mindy Low Lixian, Sangam Shrestha, Tran Duc Dung, & Yong-Jin Yoon
2021 Science of The Total Environment 794

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