*Note: Author names with an underscore are advised students or postdocs*.

#### In Review

- S. An,
**P. K. Kang**, P. J. Stuyfzand, W. Lee, S. Park, S.-T. Yun. Identification of iron and sulfate release processes during riverbank filtration using chemical mass balance modeling*(submitted)* **P. K. Kang***, J. D. Hyman, W. S. Han, and M. Dentz. Anomalous Transport in Three-Dimensional Discrete Fracture Networks: Interplay between Aperture Heterogeneity and Particle Injection Modes.*(submitted)*- W. Lee, E. Bresciani, S. An, I. Wallis, V. Post, S. Lee, and
**P. K. Kang***. Spatiotemporal Evolution of Iron and Sulfate Concentrations during Riverbank Filtration: Field Observations and Reactive Transport Modeling.*(submitted)* - S. Yoon and
**P. K. Kang***. Roughness, inertia, and diffusion effects on anomalous transport in rough channels.*(submitted)* - R. N. Shandilya, E. Bresciani,
**P. K. Kang**, and S. Lee. Well-based injection and extraction capacities under hydraulic head constraints: An analytical study.*(submitted)* - E. Bresciani, R. N. Shandilya,
**P. K. Kang**, and S. Lee. Evolution of the radius of investigation during recovery tests.*(submitted)* - S. Park, T. M. Anggraini, J. Chung,
**P. K. Kang**, and S. Lee. Microfluidic model study on the subsurface iron precipitation induced by acid mine drainage in shallow aquifers.*(submitted)*

**2020**

- A. Suzuki, M. Miyazawa, A. Okamoto, H. Shimizu, I. Obayashi, Y. Hiraoka, T. Tsuji,
**P. K. Kang**, and T. Ito. Inferring fracture forming processes by characterizing fracture network patterns with persistent homology.*Computers and Geosciences*, accepted, in press. - J. Piao, W. S. Han,
**P. K. Kang**, B. Min, K. Y. Kim, G. Han, and J. G. Park. A Hybrid Optimization Methodology Identifying Optimal Operating Conditions for Carbon Dioxide Injection in Geologic Carbon Sequestration.(2020).*International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control,* - J. S. Kim, I. W. Seo, D. Baek, and
**P. K. Kang***, Recirculating Flow-Induced Anomalous Transport in Meandering Open-Channel Flows.*Advances in Water Resources,*(2020). - S. H. Lee and
**P. K. Kang***. Three-dimensional Vortex-induced Reaction Hotspots at Flow Intersections.*Physical Review Letters,*(2020)*.**selected to be a PRL Editors’ Suggestion. - E. Bresciani, R. N. Shandilya,
**P. K. Kang**, and S. Lee. Well radius of influence and radius of investigation: What exactly are they and how to estimate them?*Journal of Hydrology*, (2020). - S. Yoon, S. Lee, J. R. Williams, and
**P. K. Kang*,**Effects of variable-density flow on the value-of-information of pressure and concentration data for aquifer characterization.*Advances in Water Resources,*(2020). - J. S. Kim and
**P. K. Kang***, Anomalous transport through free-flow-porous media interface: pore-scale simulation and predictive modeling.*Advances in Water Resources,*(2020).

**2019**

- J. D. Hyman, M. Dentz, A. Hagberg, and
**P. K. Kang**, Emergence of stable laws for first passage times in three-dimensional random fracture networks.*Physical Review Letters*, (2019). - J. A. da Silva,
**P. K. Kang**, Z. Yang, L. Cueto-Felgueroso, and R. Juanes, Impact of confining stress on capillary pressure behavior during drainage through rough fractures.*Geophysical Research Letters*, (2019)*.* **P. K. Kang***, Q. Lei, M. Dentz, and R. Juanes, Stress-induced anomalous transport in natural fracture networks.*Water Resources Research,*(2019)*.*- J. D. Hyman, M. Dentz, A. Hagberg, and
**P. K. Kang**, Linking structural and transport properties in three-dimensional fracture networks.*Journal of Geophysical Research – Solid Earth,*(2019). *Journal cover. - E. Bresciani,
**P. K. Kang**, and S. Lee, Theoretical analysis of groundwater flow patterns near stagnation points.*Water Resources Research,*(2019). - H. W. Kim, T. Yun,
**P. K. Kang**, S. Hong, S. Jeong, and S. Lee, Evaluation of a real-time visualization system for scaling detection during DCMD, and its correlation with wetting.*Desalination,*(2019)*.* **P. K. Kang**, E. Bresciani, S. An, and S. Lee, Potential impact of pore-scale incomplete mixing on biodegradation in aquifers: from batch experiment to field-scale modeling.*Advances in Water Resources,*(2019).

#### 2018

- W. Lee,
**P. K. Kang**, A. S. Kim, and S. Lee, Impact of surface porosity on water flux and structural parameter in forward osmosis.*Desalination,*(2018).

**2017**

- S. Yoon, J. R. Williams, R. Juanes, and
**P. K. Kang*,**Maximizing the value of pressure data in saline aquifer characterization.*Advances in Water Resources,*(2017). **P. K. Kang**, W. Lee, S. Lee, and A. S. Kim, Origin of structural parameter inconsistency in forward osmosis models: a pore-scale CFD study.*Desalination*(2017).**P. K. Kang**, J. Lee, X. Fu, S. Lee, P. K. Kitanidis, and R. Juanes, Improved characterization of heterogeneous permeability in saline aquifers from transient pressure data during freshwater injection.*Water Resources Research*(2017).**P. K. Kang***, M. Dentz, T. Le Borgne, S. Lee, and R. Juanes, Anomalous transport in disordered fracture networks: spatial Markov model for dispersion with variable injection modes.*Advances in Water Resources (2017)*.

**2016**

- M. Dentz,
**P. K. Kang**, A. Comolli, T. Le Borgne, and D. R. Lester, Continuous time random walks for the evolution of Lagrangian velocities.*Physical Review Fluids*(2016). **P. K. Kang**, S. Brown, and R. Juanes, Emergence of anomalous transport in stressed rough fractures.*Earth and Planetary Science Letters*(2016). [pdf]**P. K. Kang**, Y. Zheng, X. Fang, R. Wojcik, D. McLaughlin, S. Brown, M. C. Fehler, D. R. Burns, and R. Juanes, Sequential approach to joint flow–seismic inversion for improved characterization of fractured media.*Water Resources Research*(2016).

**2015**

**P. K. Kang**, M. Dentz, T. Le Borgne, and R. Juanes, Anomalous transport on regular fracture networks: Impact of conductivity heterogeneity and mixing at fracture intersections.*Physical Review E*(2015).**P. K. Kang**, T. Le Borgne, M. Dentz, O. Bour, and R. Juanes, Impact of velocity correlation and distribution on transport in fractured media: field evidence and theoretical model.*Water Resources Research*(2015).- M. Dentz,
**P. K. Kang**, and T. Le Borgne, Continuous Time Random Walks for Non-Local Radial Solute Transport.*Advances in Water Resources*(2015). - Y. Li, Y. Shen, and
**P. K. Kang**, Integration of seismic and fluid-flow data: A two-way road linked by rock physics: 77th Annual International Conference and Exhibition, EAGE, Extended Abstracts (2015).

**2014 and earlier**

**P. K. Kang**, P. de Anna, J. P. Nunes, B. Bijeljic, M. J. Blunt, and R. Juanes. Pore-scale intermittent velocity structure underpinning anomalous transport through 3D porous media.*Geophysical Research Letters*(2014).**P. K. Kang**, Y. Zheng, X. Fang, R. Wojcik, D. McLaughlin, S. Brown, M. C. Fehler, D. R. Burns, and R. Juanes. Joint flow–seismic inversion for characterizing fractured reservoirs: theoretical approach and numerical modeling,*SEG Expanded Abstract*(2013).- A. T. Servi,
**P. K. Kang**, D. Frey, and S. Murcott. A holistic optimization framework for improving ceramic pot filter performance, Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC IEEE) (2013). **P. K. Kang**, M. Dentz, T. Le Borgne, and R. Juanes. Spatial Markov Model of Anomalous Transport Through Random Lattice Networks.*Physical Review Letters*(2011).**P. K. Kang**, M. Dentz, and R. Juanes. Predictability of anomalous transport on lattice networks with quenched disorder.*Physical Review E*(2011).