Modeling Cross-Shore Sediment Transport at Different Scales Using Equilibrium Beach Profile Theory

Synthesizing Geological Observations and Processes–Response Data for Modeling Coastal Change at Management Scale

Modelling of Barrier-Spit System Evolution at Decadal Scale

Developing Process-Response Models for Spits

Spits and Nesses: Basic Processes and Effects on Long-Term Coastal Morphodynamics

Analysis of Sediment Transport Processes at Westport, Massachusetts

Mitigation of a Beach-Fill Hot Spot, Monmouth Beach, New Jersey

Beach Cusp Formation: Analysis of a Self-Organisation Model

Inner-Bank Erosion at Jetty-Shoreline Intersection

Morphodynamic Modelling of Dredged Trenches and Channels

Modeling the Fate of Dredged Material Placed at an Open Water Disposal SiTe in Upper Chesapeake Bay, USA

Simulating the Fate of Dredged Material: Columbia River, U.S.A.

Estuarine Acidification Caused by Drainage of Pyritic Sediments in Coastal Lowlands

DEPOSIT: A Computer Model for Predicting Deposition of Organic Materials in Surface Sediments near Ocean Outfalls

Use of Optimization Techniques to Evaluate Ground-Water Management Strategies in the Central and West Coast Basins, Los Angeles County, California
The U.S. Geological Survey and the Water Replenishment District of Southern California are engaged in a cooperative study of the geohydrology, geochemistry, and ground-water management...

A Statewide Economic Optimization Model for California II: Model and Results
(No paper) Traditionally simulation models have been used for multi-reservoir operation studies. More recently deterministic optimization models have been used to identify promising alternatives...

Economic Valuation of Agricultural Water Use for Large-Scale Modeling
(No paper) A state-wide irrigated agricultural production model has been developed for California. The model is an extension of the Central Valley Production (CVP) Model that was most...

Use of Economic Optimization to Evaluate New Facilities
(No paper) The confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers and the San Francisco Bay forms the largest estuary on the West Coast. Known as the Bay-Delta, the region supplies drinking...

Use of Economic Optimization to Assess the Value of Water Marketing
(No paper) There is an increasing interest and implementation of water markets as an allocation mechanism for water in the Western U.S. However, the importance of the timing and location...

Simplification of Detailed Models of Water Distribution Systems Obtained from GIS Systems
For a long time simplified models have been used to simulate the behaviour of large water distribution networks. Often, simplification has been carried out by removing small diameter pipes...





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