Daehyun Kim
Daehyun Kim
Professor of Physical Geography, Seoul National University
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A conceptual model of coastal dune ecology synthesizing spatial gradients of vegetation, soil, and geomorphology
D Kim, KB Yu
Plant Ecology 202 (1), 135-148, 2009
Engineer pioneer plants respond to and affect geomorphic constraints similarly along water–terrestrial interfaces world‐wide
D Corenblit, A Baas, T Balke, T Bouma, F Fromard, V Garófano‐Gómez, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (12), 1363-1376, 2015
Scale-dependent predictability of DEM-based landform attributes for soil spatial variability in a coastal dune system
D Kim, Y Zheng
Geoderma 164 (3-4), 181-194, 2011
Environmental controls on multiscale spatial patterns of salt marsh vegetation
D Kim, DM Cairns, J Bartholdy
Physical Geography 31 (1), 58-78, 2010
Identification and visualization of complex spatial pattern of coastal dune soil properties using GIS-based terrain analysis and geostatistics
D Kim, KB Yu, SJ Park
Journal of Coastal Research 24 (sp3), 50-60, 2008
Scale-dependent correspondence of floristic and edaphic gradients across salt marsh creeks
D Kim, DM Cairns, J Bartholdy, CLS Morgan
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (2), 276-294, 2012
Wind-driven sea-level variation influences dynamics of salt marsh vegetation
D Kim, DM Cairns, J Bartholdy
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (2), 231-248, 2011
Biogeomorphic feedbacks drive dynamics of vegetation–landform complex in a coastal riparian system
D Kim
Ecosphere 3 (8), 1-16, 2012
Accounting for and predicting the influence of spatial autocorrelation in water quality modeling
L Miralha, D Kim
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (2), 64, 2018
Incorporation of multi-scale spatial autocorrelation in soil moisture–landscape modeling
D Kim
Physical Geography 34 (6), 441-455, 2013
Tidal creek morphology and sediment type influence spatial trends in salt marsh vegetation
D Kim, DM Cairns, J Bartholdy
The Professional Geographer 65 (4), 544-560, 2013
Spatial autocorrelation potentially indicates the degree of changes in the predictive power of environmental factors for plant diversity
D Kim, YH Shin
Ecological indicators 60, 1130-1141, 2016
Influence of grid cell size and flow routing algorithm on soil-landform modeling
박수진, 김대현
Journal of the Korean Geographical Society 44 (2), 122-145, 2009
Residual spatial autocorrelation in macroecological and biogeographical modeling: a review
G Gaspard, D Kim, Y Chun
Journal of Ecology and Environment 43 (1), 1-11, 2019
Rates of vegetation dynamics along elevation gradients in a backbarrier salt marsh of the Danish Wadden Sea
D Kim
Estuaries and coasts 37 (3), 610-620, 2014
Effects of the North Atlantic Oscillation and wind waves on salt marsh dynamics in the Danish Wadden Sea: a quantitative model as proof of concept
D Kim, WE Grant, DM Cairns, J Bartholdy
Geo-Marine Letters 33 (4), 253-261, 2013
Salt marshes as potential indicators of global climate change
D Kim, J Bartholdy, S Jung, DM Cairns
Geography Compass 5 (5), 219-236, 2011
Predicting the Influence of Multi‐Scale Spatial Autocorrelation on Soil–Landform Modeling
D Kim, DR Hirmas, RW McEwan, TG Mueller, SJ Park, P Šamonil, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 80 (2), 409-419, 2016
Modeling spatial and temporal dynamics of plant species richness across tidal creeks in a temperate salt marsh
D Kim
Ecological Indicators 93, 188-195, 2018
Changes in community structure and species–landform relationship after repeated fire disturbance in an oak-dominated temperate forest
D Kim, MA Arthur
Ecological research 29 (4), 661-671, 2014
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