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In Review

  • J. D. Hyman, M. Dentz, A. Hagberg, and P. K. Kang, What Controls Asymptotic Transport Properties in Fractured Media? Uncovering a Connection Between Fracture Network Properties and Particle Behavior. (submitted)
  • J. D. Hyman, M. Dentz, A. Hagberg, and P. K. Kang, Linking structural and transport properties in three-dimensional fracture networks. (submitted)
  • E. Bresciani, P. K. Kang, and S. Lee, Theoretical analysis of local groundwater flow patterns. (submitted)


  1. 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(2018).
  2. 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).


  1. 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).
  2. 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).
  3. 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).
  4. 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).


  1. 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).
  2. P. K. Kang, S. Brown, and R. Juanes, Emergence of anomalous transport in stressed rough fractures. Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2016). [pdf]
  3. 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).


  1. 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).
  2. 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).
  3. M. Dentz, P. K. Kang, and T. Le Borgne, Continuous Time Random Walks for Non-Local Radial Solute Transport. Advances in Water Resources (2015).
  4. 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

  1. 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).
  2. 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).
  3. 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).
  4. 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).
  5. P. K. Kang, M. Dentz, and R. Juanes. Predictability of anomalous transport on lattice networks with quenched disorder. Physical Review E (2011).