Simulations of the Maine Coastal Current

Development of a Large-Scale Tidal Circulation Model for the Mediterranean, Adriatic and Aegean Seas

New Jersey Nearshore Hypoxia During the Summer 1976

Three-Dimensional Modeling of Wind-Driven Upwelling of Anoxic Bottom Water `A-oshio' in Tokyo Bay

Nearshore Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Modeling for Water Intake Evaluation and Design
The nearshore water of the Great Lakes is of vital interest to millions of residents. Lake water is often the focal point in issues concerning economic development, recreation, and public...

The TMA Wave-Energy Constraint and Cohesive Shore-Profile Shapes
A relation by Andreanov between wave-energy loss and nearshore slope, when combined with the TMA wave-energy constraint, is shown to closely approximate the classical Bruun/Dean shape....

Wave Attenuation at the Mobile Stable Berm
This paper describes work examining the ability of submerged berms to `filter' certain erosive wave energy while allowing accretionary type waves to pass unhindered. Analysis of wave data...

Evolution of Breaking Directional Spectral Waves in the Nearshore Zone
Methods used in parabolic refraction-diffraction models for computing the evolution of monochromatic waves in the nearshore zone are used to construct a model for spectral wave conditions....

Nearshore Breaking Waves: A Numerical Model

Coastal Groins and Nearshore Breakwaters
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers No. 6. This book provides guidance for the design and placement...

Spectral and Parametric Wave Models of Lake Erie
The GLERL-Donelan parametric wave model and the SHALWV spectral wave model are presently being used as modules of the Great Lakes Forecasting System in order to determine which best fits...

A Nearshore Model for Cleveland CSO Remediation Design Selection
Three models were combined to analyze the fate of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Firstly, a 20 year hindcast of Lake Erie was used to find design storms by...

Sediment Transport by Wind Waves, Long Waves and Mean Currents: An Experiment on Nearshore Morphodynamics, Lake Huron, Canada

The DUCK94 Nearshore Field Experiment

Space-Time Variability of Sediment Suspension in the Nearshore Zone

Performance of Nearshore Berm Disposal at Port Canaveral, Florida

Nearshore Confined Disposal in a Tidally-Influenced Environment—Design and Operation Experience in Puget Sound

Port of Tacoma Milwaukee Waterway Nearshore Fill Design

Groundwater Model Simulation of Chemical Transport from a Nearshore Confined Sediment Disposal Facility

The Sea Sentinels Project: Watching Waves in Brazil
This paper presents the first results of the Sea Sentinels-a project for monitoring nearshore wave conditions in Brazil by means of visual observations. The observation techniques used...

 

 

 

 

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