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 Seonggyu Park

Seonggyu Park

Assistant Research Scientist

Dr. Park is interested in the development of hydrologic models for identifying present and future water resources management. He currently works on the Real-Time Conservation Effects and Assessment Project (CEAP) and provides technical support by developing database, framework, and analysis tools. His Ph.D. research focused on two topics: assessing spatial-temporal patterns of interactions between groundwater and surface water using a coupled SWAT-MODFLOW model and optimizing SWAT and MODFLOW linkage. He has developed a graphic user interface (QSWATMOD) and a workflow implemented (as a plugin) in QGIS for application and evaluation of SWAT-MODFLOW models.

Graduate Education

Ph.D. Groundwater Engineering, Colorado State University