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Jungho Park

Data & Modelling Scientist

Jungho Park

BSc, MSc, PhD

Jungho Park joined Lincoln Agritech as a data analytics and modelling scientist.

He received his BSc and MSc in geochemistry at Seoul National University, South Korea, and his MSc and PhD in hydrogeology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. For his PhD, he studied groundwater age dating models, geomicrobiology and reactive transport models. He continued multiphase reactive transport modelling at New Mexico Institute of Technology, then at CSIRO Land and Water, Australia. Since joining Lincoln Agritech, he has been utilising his expertise in the MBIE-funded Critical Pathways Programme.

His interests include:

  • Data processing, stochastic modelling, optimisation, and machine learning
  • Surface and groundwater modelling
  • Geochemical reaction modelling
  • Solute transport and reactive transport modelling
  • Multiphase (gas, water, oil) flow modelling
  • Development of modelling software.


Routine stream monitoring data enables the unravelling of hydrological pathways and transfers of agricultural contaminants through catchments, Science of the Total Environment
Stenger R, Park J, Clague J.
Improving accuracy of quantifying nitrate removal performance and enhancing understanding of processes in woodchip bioreactors using high-frequency data, “Science of The Total Environment”
Rivas A, Barkle G, Sarris T, Park J, Kenny A, Maxwell B, Stenger R, Moorhead B, Schipper L, Clague J
High-frequency spatiotemporal data improves estimates of nitrate removal performance and understanding of processes in woodchip bioreactors, Adaptive Strategies for Future Farming
Rivas A, Barkle G, Park J, Moorhead B, Maxwell B, Stenger R, Schipper L, Clague J
Combining surface water monitoring, age-dating, and parsimonious modelling to unravel water and contaminant pathways through catchments, Adaptive Strategies for Future Farming
Stenger R, Park J, Morgenstern U, Hadfield J, Rivas A, Clague J
Synoptic flow gaugings/stream sampling to unravel heterogeneity within catchments NZHS, NZ Rivers Group and NZFSS Joint Conference
Stenger. R, Rivas.A, Brakle.G, Clague.J, Moorhead.B, Park.J, Morgenstern.U
Synoptic gaugings/samplings to elucidate water and nutrient fluxes within catchments, NZ-China Water Research Centre workshop
Stenger, R, Rivas, A, Barkle, G, Owers, J, Clague, J, Moorhead, B, Park, J, Morgenstern, U.