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6 Comparison of the vertical PM2.5 distributions according to atmospheric stability using a drone during open burning events LINK
Oh, H.-S., S.-H. Lee, D.-W. Choi, and K.-H. Kwak, 2020. Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment, 36, 108-118.
5 Analysis on vortex streets behind a square cylinder at high Reynolds number using a large-eddy simulation model: Effects of wind direction, speed, and cylinder width LINK
Han, B.-S., K.-H. Kwak, and J.-J. Baik, 2017. Atmosphere, 27, 445-453.
4 Correlation between PM2.5 Concentration and Visibility in Major Cities of South Korea LINK
Lee, Y.-H., J.-H. Hahm, K.-C. Park, H.-Y. Jeong, A.-Y. Kim, and K.-H. Kwak, 2018. Journal of the Environment, 13, 11-16.
3 Using visibility to estimate PM2.5 concentration trends in Seoul and Chuncheon from 1982 to 2014 LINK
Lee, Y. -H. and K.-H. Kwak, 2018. Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment, 34, 156-165.
2 Diurnal variations of O3 and NO2 concentrations in an urban park in Summer LINK
Han, B.-S., K.-H. Kwak, and J.-J. Baik, 2016. Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment, 32, 536-546.
1 Sensitivity of ozone to NOx and VOCs in a street canyon LINK
Lee, K.-Y., K.-H. Kwak, S.-B. Park, and J.-J. Baik, 2013. Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment, 29, 307-316.