Biotic and abiotic factors control the geomorphic characteristics of channel networks in salt marshes. Limnology and Oceanography. 67:89–101.. 2022.
Hydro-morphodynamics triggered by extreme riverine floods in a mega fluvial-tidal delta. Science of The Total Environment. 809:152076.. 2022.
Using rapid repeat SAR interferometry to improve hydrodynamic models of flood propagation in coastal wetlands. Advances in Water Resources. 159:104088.. 2022.
Mismatch between watershed effects and local efforts constrains the success of coastal salt marsh vegetation restoration. Journal of Cleaner Production. 292:126103.. 2021.
River body extraction from sentinel-2A/B MSI images based on an adaptive multi-scale region growth method. Remote Sensing of Environment. 255:112297.. 2021.
Success of coastal wetlands restoration is driven by sediment availability. Communications Earth & Environment. 2:44.. 2021.
Understanding Marsh Dynamics: Modeling Approaches. Salt Marshes: Function, Dynamics, and Stresses. :278–299.. 2021.
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Divergence of Sediment Fluxes Triggered by Sea‐Level Rise Will Reshape Coastal Bays. Geophysical Research Letters. 47. 2020.
Dynamics of Marsh‐Derived Sediments in Lagoon‐Type Estuaries. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 125. 2020.
Efficient tidal channel networks alleviate the drought-induced die-off of salt marshes: Implications for coastal restoration and management. Science of The Total Environment. 749:141493.. 2020.
On the morphology of radial sand ridges. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 45:2613–2630.. 2020.
Salt Marsh Dynamics in a Period of Accelerated Sea Level Rise. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 125. 2020.
Tropical Cyclones Significantly Alleviate Mega‐Deltaic Erosion Induced by High Riverine Flow. Geophysical Research Letters. 47. 2020.
Fate of cohesive sediments in a marsh-dominated estuary. Advances in Water Resources. 125:32–40.. 2019.
Intense Storms Increase the Stability of Tidal Bays. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:5491–5500.. 2018.