Numerical Modeling of Advective and Diffusive Transport in the Rappahannock Estuary, Virginiaby Kyeong Park, Virginia Inst of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, United States,
Albert Y. Kuo, (M.ASCE), Virginia Inst of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, United States,
Abstract: A laterally integrated, two-dimensional real-time model, consisting of linked hydrodynamic and water quality models, was developed to study hypoxia in the tidal Rappahannock River, a western shore tributary of Chesapeake Bay. This paper summarizes the calibration and verification of the hydrodynamic model, which provides the information of the physical transport processes to the water quality model.
Subject Headings: Numerical models | Hydrologic models | Water quality | Diffusion | Estuaries | Advection | Mathematical models | Model analysis | Water supply systems | Physical models | Hydrodynamics | Two-dimensional models | North America | Virginia | United States | Chesapeake Bay region
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