Skill Assessment Methods for NOS Forecast Systems

Improving Coastal Model Predictions through Data Assimilation

Parameter Estimation for Subtidal Water Levels Using an Adjoint Variational Optimal Method

Development of the High-Resolution, Data-Assimilating Numerical Model of the Monterey Bay

Implementation of Vertical Acceleration and Dispersion Terms in an Otherwise Hydrostatically Approximated Three-Dimensional Model

Modeling Hydrodynamic and Sediment Processes in Morro Bay

An Ocean Model Applied to the Chesapeake Bay Plume

Simulation of the Oil Trajectory and Fate on the Diamond Grace Spill in Tokyo Bay

A Multi-Estuarine Model in Long Island Sound

Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model of an Estuary in Nova Scotia

Modeling the Circulation in Penobscot Bay, Maine

A Three-Dimensional Modeling Study of the Estuarine System: An Application to the Satilla River

Numerical Modeling Experiments of the East (Japan) Sea Circulation and Mesoscale Eddy Generation Based on POM-ES

Simulating Morphodynamical Processes on a Parallel System

An Improved Formulation for the Bed Shear Stress in Morphodynamic Simulations

Modeling Tidal Circulation in a Barrier-Island Estuary: Apalachicola Bay

A PC-Based Visualization System for Coastal Ocean and Atmospheric Modeling

Calibration Performance of a Two-Dimensional, Laterally-Averaged Eutrophication Model of a Partially Mixed Estuary

Measuring Key Physical Processes in a California Lagoon
A focused data collection program was completed in support of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers feasibility study of restoration alternatives for protecting and managing the habitat in Bolinas...

Application of the Texas A&M University (TAMU) Dredging Cost Model to Long Distance Transport
To develop intelligent decisions about moving sediment long distances to the coast from dams, the cost becomes a major factor. The cost will be a function of many factors including cleaning...





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