Korean Water Resource Corporation
The Korea Water Resources Corporation, or K-water, is the governmental agency for comprehensive water resource development and providing both public and industrial water in South Korea. The Comprehensive Development Plan of Land in August 1966 in accordance with the Korea Water Resources Development Corporation Act was enacted in November 1967. The Korea Water Resources Development Corporation was established in 1987, and the Korea Water Resources Corporation Act enacted in 1988.
Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents
|An observational study of hydrodynamic impact on water mass transport due to tidal power generation||Kim, J., Woo, S-B., Song, J.||Journal Article||Marine Energy, Tidal||Changes in Flow||Physical Environment|
|Unbalanced sediment transport by tidal power generation in Lake Sihwa||Kim, J., Ha, H., Woo, S-B.||Journal Article||Marine Energy, Tidal||Changes in Flow||Physical Environment, Sediment Transport|
|Sihwa Tidal Power Plant||Andritz Hydro , Daewoo Engineering and Construction||Project Site||Marine Energy, Tidal|