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Faculty and Staff Research Publications: Kim,Yungkul "Younger"

This guide provides information on the publications of Bethune-Cookman University Faculty, Administration, and Staff.

Selected Publications: including books, articles, conference proceedings

Powell, E.N. and Y. Kim. 2015. The Regional Spatial Structure of Parasites and Pathologies in Oysters and Mussels in the United States: 16 Years of Mussel Watch. Journal of Shellfish Research 34:939-965.

Powell, E.N., Y. Kim and D. Bushek. 2015. Temporal Structure and Trends of Parasites and Pathologies in U.S. Oysters and Mussels: 16 Years of Mussel Watch. Journal of Shellfish Research 34:967-993.

Apeti, D.A., Y. Kim, G.G. Lauenstein, E.N. Powell, J. Tull and R. Warner. 2014. Parasites and Diseases in Oysters and Mussels of the U.S. Coastal Waters. National Status and Trends, the Mussel Watch Monitoring Program. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOSS/NCCOS 182. Silver Spring, MD. 51 pp.

Apeti, D.A., Y. Kim and G.G. Lauenstein. 2011. Occurrence of disease and parasites in oysters from the Chesapeake Bay: NOAA Mussel Watch Program. Chapter 10. In: Mason, A.L., D. Apeti, and D. Whitall (eds.), National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) Research Highlights in the Chesapeake Bay. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 128, National Ocean Service, National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, Silver Spring, MD. pp. 83-96.

Kim, Y. and E.N. Powell. 2009. Effects of climate variability on interannual variation in parasites, pathologies, and physiological attributes of bivalves from the U.S. East, Gulf, and West Coasts. Environmental Bioindicators 4:67-96.

Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade and B.J. Presley. 2008. Relationship of parasites and pathologies to contaminant body burden in sentinel bivalves: NOAA Status and Trends 'Mussel Watch' Program. Marine Environmental Research 65:101–127.

Kim, Y. and E.N. Powell. 2007. Distribution of parasites and pathologies in sentinel bivalves: NOAA Status and Trends 'Mussel Watch' Program. Journal of Shellfish Research 26:1115-1151.

Kim, Y. and E.N. Powell. 2006. Relationships among parasites and pathologies in sentinel bivalves: NOAA Status and Trends 'Mussel Watch' Program. Bulletin of Marine Science 79:83-111.

Kim, Y. and E.N. Powell. 2004. Surfclam histopathology survey along the Delmarva mortality line. Journal of Shellfish Research 23:429-441.

Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley and J.M. Brooks. 2001. The geographic distribution of population health and contaminant body burden in Gulf of Mexico oysters. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 41:30-46.

Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley and J.M. Brooks. 1999. Influence of climate change on interannual variation in contaminant body burden in Gulf of Mexico oysters. Marine Environmental Research 48:459-488.

Kim, Y. and E.N. Powell. 1998. Influence of climate change on interannual variation in population attributes of Gulf of Mexico oysters. Journal of Shellfish Research 17:265-274.

Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley and J. Sericano. 1998. Parasites of sentinel bivalves in the NOAA Status and Trends Program: distribution and relationship to contaminant body burden. Marine Pollution Bulletin 37:45-55.

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Yungkul "Younger" Kim, PhD

Assistant Professor, Integrated Environmental Science & Natural Sciences

CURE FACULTY MENTOR 2017

Phone: 386-481-2676
Office: John O. Gross Science Hall Room 223
Fax: 386-481-2662
Email: kimy@cookman.edu

Education:

  • Ph.D., Biological Oceanography, Rutgers University
  • M.S., Biological Oceanography, Texas A&M University
  • B.S., Marine Biology, Pukyong National University, SOUTH KOREA

Current research interests:

  •  My research interests include the physiological ecology, reproductive and environmental biology of aquatic organisms including both native and non-native species
  • the effects of long-term climate change on disease spread and mechanisms of host defense/resistance to parasites and diseases
  • the influence of human and natural stress factors (e.g. chemical contamination, eutrophication, habitat loss through development and urbanization, overharvesting, changes in climate, extreme natural events, etc.) on aquatic organism health and contaminant body burden
  •  the potential relationships of biology including parasites, diseases and tissue pathologies to contaminant body burden in sentinel organisms

.As such, my research is highly interdisciplinary, centered in aquatic ecology but with strong linkages to invertebrate zoology, histopathology, parasitology, environmental science, and marine and coastal sciences

ResearchGate Page:

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Many of  the articles listed on this page can be downloaded from Dr. Kim's ResearchGate page.