Welcome A.Pro. Ma, Kuo-Chen from Ming-Chuan University, Chinese Taipei to be committee member!  

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A.Pro. Ma, Kuo-Chen, Department of Urban Planning and Disaster Management, Ming-Chuan University


Research Area:

Hydraulic Engineering, Disaster Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, Education for disaster prevention and mitigation


Research Experience:

Ph.D. in the Department of Bioenvironmental system engineering, National Taiwan University

Publication:

1. Po-Chia Chen, M.H. Chuang, Y.C. Tan* and K.C. Ma. 2016. A general solution for groundwater flow in an estuarine’s leaky aquifer system after considering aquifer anisotropy. Hydrological Processes 30:1862-1871. (Impact Factor=2.768, Ranking:8/85 in Water Resources)

2. Ma, Kuo-Chen, Y.J. Lin, and Y.C. Tan*. 2013. The Influence of Salinity on Hysteresis of Soil Water Retention Curves. Hydrological Processes (In Press) (Impact Factor=2.497, Ranking:9/80 in Water Resources)

3. Ma, Kuo-Chen*, Yong-Jun Lin, Shyh-Yuan Maa, Yih-Chi Tan (2012, Nov). Evaluation of the effect of hysteretic flow and root system on shallow landslide. Soil Research, 50(7), 616–624. (SCI, 17/33, SOIL SCIENCE)

4. Ma, Kuo-Chen, Y.C. Tan*, and C.H. Chen. 2011. Influence of Water Retention Curve Hysteresis on Stability of Unsaturated Soil Slopes. Hydrological Processes 25(23): 3563-3574. (Impact Factor=2.497, Ranking:9/80 in Water Resources)

5. Tan, Yih-Chi*, K.C. Ma, C.H. Chen, K.Y. Ke, and M.T. Wang. 2009. A Numerical Model of Infiltration Processes for Hysteretic Flow Couple with Mass Conservation. Irrigation and Drainage 58(3): 366-380. (Impact Factor=0.685, Ranking:47/78 in Agronomy)

6. Ma, Kuo-Chen, Y.C. Tan*, and C.H. Chen. 2009. Effect of Hysteresis and Rainfall Intensity on Finger Dynamics. Eurasian Soil Science 42(13): 1504-1514. (Impact Factor=0.216, Ranking: 34/34 in Soil Science)

7.Shang, Rong-Kang, Y.S. Shiu and K.C. Ma. 2011. Using Geographically Weighted Regression to Explore the Spatially Varying Relationship between Land Subsidence and Groundwater Level Variations: A case study in the Choshuichi Alluvial Fan, Taiwan. 2011 IEEE International Conference on Spatial Data Mining and Geographical Knowledge Services: 21-25.