ADCIRC Related Publications

The following is a partial list of publications that document the theory, formulation and results from the model ADCIRC.

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  1. Luettich, R.A. and J.J. Westerink, 1991, A solution for the vertical variation of stress, rather than velocity, in a three-dimensional circulation model, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 12:911-928. Click here to request publication.
  2. Luettich, R.A., R.H. Birkhahn and J.J. Westerink, 1991, Application of ADCIRC-2DDI to Masonboro Inlet, North Carolina: A brief numerical modeling study, Contractors Report to the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, August, 1991.Click here for publication.
  3. Miller, M.C., W.E. Roper, L.E. Borgman and J.J. Westerink, 1991, Development of water level and wave height design data, Proceedings, 23rd Joint Meeting, United States – Japan Program in
    Natural Resources, Panel on Wind and Seismic Effects, Tsukuba, Japan, 14-17 May, 1991.
  4. Westerink, J.J. and W.G. Gray, 1991, Progress in surface water modeling, Reviews Geophysics, 29(April supplement): 210-217.
  5. Westerink, J.J. and R.A. Luettich, 1991, Tide and storm surge predictions in the Gulf of Mexico using model ADCIRC-2D, Report to the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, July, 1991.
  6. Kolar, R.L., W.G. Gray and J.J. Westerink, 1992, An analysis of the mass conserving properties of the generalized wave continuity equation, Computational Methods in Water Resources IX, Volume 2: Mathematical Modeling in Water Resources, T. Russell et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southamption, UK. Click here to request publication.
  7. Luettich, R.A. and J.J. Westerink, 1992, A three dimensional circulation model using a direct stress solution over the vertical, Computational Methods in Water Resources IX, Volume 2: Mathematical Modeling in Water Resources, T. Russell et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southamption, UK. Click here to request publication.
  8. Luettich, R.A., Jr., J.J. Westerink, and N.W. Scheffner, 1992, ADCIRC: an advanced three-dimensional circulation model for shelves coasts and estuaries, report 1:
    theory and methodology of ADCIRC-2DDI and ADCIRC-3DL, Dredging Research Program Technical Report DRP-92-6, U.S. Army Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, 137p. Click here for publication.
  9. Luettich, R.A., Jr., S. Hu, J.J. Westerink, and N.W. Scheffner, 1992, Modeling 3-D Circulation Using Computations for the Western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling II, M. Spaulding [ed.], ASCE, pp.632-643. Click here to request publication.
  10. Westerink, J. J., J. C. Muccino and R. A. Luettich, 1992, Resolution requirements for a tidal model of the Western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, Computational Methods in Water Resources IX, Volume 2: Mathematical Modeling in Water Resources, T. F. Russell et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, UK, pp. 669-674. Click here to request publication.
  11. Westerink, J.J., J.C. Muccino and R.A. Luettich, 1992, Tide and storm surge computations for the Western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling II, M. Spauling [ed]., ASCE, New York, N.Y.. Click here to request publication.
  12. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, A.M. Baptista, N.W. Scheffner and P. Farrar, 1992, Tide and storm surge predictions using finite element model, ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 118(10):1373-1390. Click here to request publication.
  13. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich and N.W. Scheffner,1993, Generation of a storm surge data base from the hindcast of 153 historical hurricane events, Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C..
  14. Westerink, J.J., 1993, Tidal prediction in the Gulf of Mexico/Galveston Bay using model ADCIRC-2DDI, Contractors Report to the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, January 1993.
  15. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, Jr. and N.W. Scheffner, 1993, ADCIRC: an advancedthree-dimensional circulation model for shelves coasts and estuaries, report 3: development of a tidal constituent data base for the Western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, Dredging Research Program Technical Report DRP-92-6, U.S. Army Engineers aterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, 154p. Click here for publication.
  16. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, 1994, Domain and grid sensitivity studies for hurricane storm surge predictions, Computational Methods in Water Resources X, A. Peters et al., [eds], Heidelberg, July, 1994.
  17. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, Jr, 1994, The influence of domain size on the response characteristics of a hurricane storm surge model, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99(C9):18,467-18,479. Click here for publication
  18. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich, Jr. and N.W. Scheffner, 1994, ADCIRC: an advanced three-dimensional circulation model for shelves coasts and estuaries, report 4: hurricane storm surge modeling using large domains, Dredging Research Program Technical Report, DRP-92-6, U.S. Army Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, 55p. Click here for publication.
  19. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich and N.W. Scheffner, 1994 Generation of a storm surge time history data base from the hindcast of extratropical storm events from 1977-1992, Contractors report to the U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, December, 1994. Click here for publication.
  20. Grenier, R.R., R.A. Luettich and J.J. Westerink, 1994, Comparison of 2D and 3D models for computing shallow water tides in a friction dominated tidal embayment, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling III, M. Spaulding et al., [eds]., ASCE, New York, NY, 58-70. Click here to request publication.
  21. Kolar, R.L., J.J. Westerink, M.E. Cantekin and C.A. Blain, 1994, Aspects of nonlinear simulations using shallow water models based on the wave continuity equation, Computers and Fluids, 23,3, 523-538. Click here to request publication.
  22. Kolar, R.L., W.G. Gray and J.J. Westerink, 1994, Normal flow boundary conditions in shallow water models ? affect on mass conservation and accuracy, Computational Methods in Water Resources X, A. Peters et al., [eds], Heidelberg, July, 1994. Click here to request publication.
  23. Kolar, R.L., W.G. Gray, J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1994, Shallow water modeling in spherical coordinates: equation formulation, numerical implementation, and application, Journal of Hydraulic Research, 32(1):3-24. Click here to request publication.
  24. Luettich, R.A., Jr., S. Hu and J.J. Westerink, 1994, The development of the direct stress solution technique for three-dimensional hydrodynamic models using finite elements, International
    Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids
    , 19:295-319. Click here to request publication.
  25. Muccino, J. C., W. G. Gray and M. G. G. Foreman, 1994, Calculation of vertical velocity in a three-dimensional model using a least squares approach, Computational Methods in Water Resources X Volume 2, A. Peters et. al, [eds], pp. 1105-1112.
  26. Scheffner, N.W., D.J. Mark, C.A. Blain, J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1994, ADCIRC: an advanced three-dimensional circulation model for shelves coasts and estuaries, report 5: a tropical storm database for the East and Gulf of Mexico Coasts of the United States, Dredging Research Program Technical Report, DRP-92-6, U.S. Army Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, 298p. Click here for publication.
  27. Westerink, J.J., C.A. Blain, R.A. Luettich, Jr. and N.W. Scheffner, 1994, ADCIRC: an advanced three-dimensional circulation model for shelves coasts and estuaries, report 2: users manual for ADCIRC-2DDI, Dredging Research Program Technical Report DRP-92-6, U.S. Army Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., 156p. Click here for publication.
  28. Westerink, J.J. and R.A. Luettich, 1994, Meshing requirements for large scale coastal ocean tidal models, Computational Methods in Water Resources X, A. Peters et al., [eds], Heidelberg, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2, 1323-1330, 1994.
  29. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, and J.C. Muccino, 1994, Modeling tides in the Western North Atlantic using unstructured graded grids, Tellus, 46A, 178-199. Click here to request publication.
  30. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, Jr., J.K. Wu, and R.L. Kolar, 1994, The influence of normal flow boundary conditions on spurious modes in finite element solutions to the shallow water equations, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, 18:1021-1060. Click here to request publication.
  31. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, 1995. Application of a domain size and gridding strategy in the prediction of hurricane storm surge, Computer Modeling of Seas and Coastal Regions II, C.A. Brebbia et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, 301-308. Click here to request publication.
  32. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich and N. W. Scheffner, 1994, The influence of domain size and grid structure on the response characteristics of a hurricane storm surge model, Dredging Research Program Technical Report, DRP-95-4, Department of the Army Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. Click here for publication.
  33. Grenier, R.R., Jr., R.A. Luettich, Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, A comparison of the nonlinear frictional characteristics of two-dimensional and three-dimensional models of a shallow tidal embayment, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100(C7):13,719-13,736. Click here for publication
  34. Hagen, S.C. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, Finite element grids based on truncation error analysis, Advances in Hydro-Science and -Engineering, T. Ying, Ed., Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, II B, 2194-2201, 1995.
  35. Hagen, S.C. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, Finite element grid resolution based on second and fourth-order truncation error analysis, Computer Modelling of Seas and Coastal Regions II, C.A. Brebbia et al., Eds., Computational Mechanics Publications, Boston, 283-290, 1995. Click here for publication
  36. Hench, J.L., R.A. Luettich, Jr., J.J. Westerink and N.W. Scheffner, 1995, ADCIRC: an advanced three-dimensional circulation model for shelves, coasts and estuaries, report 6: development of a tidal constituent data base for the Eastern North Pacific, Dredging Research Program Technical Report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. Click here for publication.
  37. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, An Assessment of Flooding and Drying Techniques for Use in the ADCIRC Hydromdynamic Model: Implementation and Performance in One-Dimensional Flows, Contractors Report, 1/95, Contract # DACW39-94-M-5869. Click here for publication.
  38. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, Continental shelf scale convergence studies with a barotropic tidal model, Quantitative Skill Assessment for Coastal Ocean Models, D. Lynch and A. Davies [eds], American Geophysical Union press, vol. 48, pp 349-371. Click here to request publication.
  39. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1995, Implementation and testing of elemental flooding and drying in the ADCIRC hydrodynamic model, Final Report, 8/95, Contract # DACW39-94-M-5869. Click here for publication.
  40. Scheffner, N.W., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, 1995, Applications of a longwave hydrodynamic model generated tropical and extra-tropical storm surge database, Computer Modeling of Seas and Coastal Regions II, C.A. Brebbia et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southamton, 327-334. Click here to request publication.
  41. Westerink, J.J. and P.J. Roache, 1995, Issues in convergence studies in geophysical flow computations, Proceedings, Joint ASME/JSME Fluids Engineering Conference, Hilton Head, SC.
  42. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, C.A. Blain and S.C. Hagen, 1995, Surface Elevation and Circulation in Continental Margin Waters, in Finite Element Modeling of Environmental Problems, G.F. Carey, Ed., 39-59, 1995.
  43. Grenier, R.R., Jr. and R.A. Luettich, Jr., The Influence of Turbulence Closure Strategy on Numerical Modeling of Shallow Water Tides, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling IV, M. Spaulding et al. [eds], ASCE, pp. 143-155. Click here to request publication.
  44. Hagen, S.C. and J.J. Westerink, 1996, Utilizing an Imposed Multiple of Change in Finite Element Grid Generation, Proceedings of The Third Asian-Pacific Conference on Computational Mechanics, Chang-Koon Choi et al., Eds., Techno-Press, Korea, 3, 1817-1822, 1996.
  45. Kolar, R.L., J.J. Westerink and S.C. Hagen, 1996, Truncation error analysis of shallow water models based on the generalized wave continuity equation, Computational Methods in Water Resources XI, Volume 2, Computational Methods in Surface Flow and Transport Problems, A. Aldama et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, 215-222. Click here to request publication.
  46. Kolar, R.L., W.G. Gray and J.J. Westerink, 1996, Boundary conditions in shallow water models-an alternative implementation for finite element codes, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 22, 603-618. Click here to request publication.
  47. Luettich, R.A., Jr., J. Hudgins and C. Goodall, 1996, Initial results from a combined tide and storm surge forecast model of the U.S. East Coast, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, Proceedings, 15thConference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, American Meteorological Society, Norfolk, VA., August 1996, pp. 547-550. Click here to request publication.
  48. Muccino, J. C., W. G. Gray and M. G. G. Foreman, 1996, Vertical velocity calculation in a finite element model, Proceedings, Ocean and Atmosphere Pacific International Conference, T. H. Aung,
    [ed], pp. 225-230, April 1996.
  49. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich and R.L. Kolar, 1996, ADCIRC an advanced finite element model for coastal ocean circulation, Proceedings, The Third Asian Pacific Conference on Computational Mechanics, 16-18 September, Seoul, Korea.
  50. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich and R.L. Kolar, 1996, Advances in finite element modeling of coastal ocean hydrodynamics, Computational Methods in Water Resources XI, Volume 2, Computational Methods in Surface Flow and Transport Problems, A. Aldama et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, 313-322. Click here to request publication.
  51. Westerink, J.J. and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1996, ADCIRC – version 30.02: Methodologies and Input/Ouput Requirements for Enhanced Provisions for Spcified Non-Zero Normal Flow Boundaries, External Barrier Normal Flow Boundaries and Internal Barrier Normal Flow Boundaries, Contract Report, prepared for the U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. Click here for publication.
  52. Blain, C. A., 1997, Modeling methodologies for the prediction of hurricane storm surge, Recent Advances in Marine Science Technology, 96, N. Saxena, [ed], 177-189, 1997. Click here to request publication.
  53. Fortunato, A.B, A.M. Baptista and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1997, A three-dimensional model of tidal currents at the mouth of the Tagus Estuary, Continental Shelf Research, 17(14):1689-1714. Click here to request publication.
  54. Muccino, J. C., W. G. Gray and M. G. G. Foreman, 1997, Calculation of vertical velocity in three-dimensional, shallow water equation, finite element models, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids,v25, pp. 779 802. Click here to request publication.
  55. Westerink, J.J. and P.J. Roache, 1997, Issues in convergence studies in geophysical flow computations, in Next Generation Environmental Models Computational Methods, G. Delic and M.F. Wheller, [eds], Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Philadelphia, PA, 1997.
  56. Blain, C. A., 1998, Barotropic tidal and residual circulation in the Arabian Gulf, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling VI, M.L. Spaulding and A.F. Blumberg, [eds], American Society of Civil Engineers, 166-180. Click here to request publication.
  57. Blain, C. A. and A. McManus, 1998, A real-time application of the ADCIRC-2DDI hydrodynamic model for JTFEX97 at Camp Pendleton, CA, NRL/FR/7322-98-9684, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, August 31, 1998. Click here for publication.
  58. Blain, C. A. and E. Rogers, 1998, Coastal tidal prediction using the ADCIRC_2DDI hydrodynamic finite element model, NRL/FR/7322-98-9682, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, December 18, 1998. Click here for publication.
  59. Blain, C.A., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1998, Grid convergence studies for the prediction of hurricane storm surge, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 26, Issue 4, 28 February 1998, p.369-401. Click here for publication
  60. Fortunato, A.B, A.M. Baptista and R.A. Luettich, Jr., “A Three-Dimensional Model of Tidal Currents at the Mouth of the Tagus Estuary”, Continental Shelf Research, 17(14):1689-1714. Click here to request publication.
  61. Hagen, S.C., 1998, 2-D finite element grids based on a localised truncation error analysis, Proceedings, Third International Conference on Hydro-Science and Engineering, K. P. Holtz et al., [eds], CyberProceedings, Cottbus.
  62. Hench, J.L. and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 1998, Analysis and application of Eulerian finite element methods for the transport equation, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling V, M. Spaulding et al., [eds], ASCE, pp. 138-152. Click here to request publication.
  63. Kinnmark, I. P. E. and J. C. Muccino, 1998, Vertical velocity in an SWE model: a penalty approach for improved mass conservation, Computational Methods in Water Resources XII, Volume 1, V. N. Burganos et al., [eds], Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, UK, pp. 355-362.Click here for publication.
  64. Luettich, R.A., Jr., J.L. Hench, C.D. Williams, B.O. Blanton, F.E. Werner, 1998, Tidal circulation and larval transport through a barrier island inlet, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling V, M. Spaulding et al. [eds], ASCE, 849-863. Click here to request publication.
  65. Churchill, J.H., J.O. Blanton, J.L. Hench, R.A. Luettich, Jr., F.E. Werner, 1999, Flood tide circulation near Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina: implications for larval recruitment, Estuaries,22(4):1057-1070. Click here to request publication.
  66. Fortunato, A.B., A. Oliveira and A.M. Baptista, 1999, On the Effect of Tidal Flats on the Hydrodynamics of the Tagus Estuary, Oceanologic Acta, Vol. 22/1, 31-44. Click here to request publication.
  67. Hagen, S.C., O. Hortsman, and R.J. Bennett, 1999, A Reproducible Approach to Unstructured Mesh Generation for Shallow Water Models, Proceedings, 8th International Meshing Roundtable, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 345-354.
  68. Hagen, S.C. and R.J. Bennett, 1999, Generation of a Two-dimensional Unstructured Mesh for the Coast of South Carolina, Proceedings, 6th International Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference, M.L. Spaulding and H.L. Butler, Eds., ASCE, Reston, VA, 290-303.
  69. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1999, Elemental wetting and drying in the ADCIRC hydrodynamic model: upgrades and documentation for ADCIRC version 34.XX, Contractors Report, Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., March 1999, 8 p Click here for publication.
  70. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1999, Implementation of the wave radiation stress gradient as a forcing for the ADCIRC hydrodynamic model: upgrades and documentation for ADCIRC version 34.12, Contractors Report, Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., May 1999, 9 p. Click here for publication.
  71. Luettich, R.A., Jr. and J.J. Westerink, 1999, Implementation of bridge pilings in the ADCIRC hydrodynamic model: upgrade and documentation for ADCIRC version 34.19, Contractors Report,
    Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., November 1999, 8 p. Click here for publication.
  72. Luettich, Jr., R.A., J.L. Hench, C.W. Fulcher, F.E. Werner, B.O. Blanton and J.H. Churchill, 1999, Barotropic tidal and wind driven larval transport in the vicinity of a barrier island inlet, Fisheries Oceanography, 8(Suppl. 2), 190-209. Click here to request publication.
  73. Militello, A., and A.K. Zundel, 1999, Surfacewater modeling system tidal constituents toolbox for ADCIRC, Coastal Engineering Technical Note CETN-IV-21, U. S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi. Click here for publication.
  74. Aldama, A. A., A. Aguilar, R. L. Kolar and J.J. Westerink, 2000, A mass conservation analysis of the generalized wave continuity equation formulation of the shallow water equations, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. Click here to request publication.
  75. Cobb, M. and C. A. Blain, 2000, Application of a barotropic hydrodynamic model to wave-induced circulation, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling VI, M.L. Spaulding and H.L Butler [eds], ASCE, 363-379. Click here to request publication.
  76. Dresback, K. M. and R. L. Kolar, 2000, An implicit time marching algorithm for 2D GWC shallow water models, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A. A. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 913-920. Click here to request publication.
  77. Fortunato, A.B. and A. Oliveira, 2000, On the representation of bathymetry by unstructured grids, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 889-896. Click here to request publication.
  78. Fortunato, A.B., J.S. Ferreira and A. Oliveira, 2000, A tidal model of the Iberian Atlantic shelf: first results, Thalassas, vol. 16, pp. 41-47. Click here to request publication.
  79. Gossard, C. M. and R. L. Kolar, 2000, Phase behavior of a finite volume shallow water algorithm, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 921-928. Click here to request publication.
  80. Hagen, S.C., 2000, A Posteriori Assimilation of Large Gridded Bathymetric Data Sets for Shallow Water Modeling, Proceedings, 4th International Conference on HydroInformatics, CD-ROM, International Association for Hydraulic Research.
  81. Hagen, S.C., 2000, The Behavior of Partial Derivatives from a Truncation Error Analysis of Shallow Water Equations of Momentum, Proceedings, 9th International Meshing Roundtable, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 317-323.
  82. Hagen, S.C., J.J. Westerink and R.L. Kolar, 2000, One-dimensional finite element grids based on a localized truncation error analysis, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, vol 32, 241-261. Click here for publication
  83. Hench, J.L. and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 2000, Tidal inlet circulation: observations, model skill and momentum balances, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling VI, M. Spaulding and H.L.
    Butler, [eds], ASCE, 811-826. Click here to request publication.
  84. Kolar, R.L. and J.J. Westerink, 2000, A look back at 20 years of GWC-based shallow water models, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. Click here to request publication.
  85. McNinch, J.E. and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 2000, Physical processes around a cuspate foreland: implications to the evolution and long-term maintenance of a cape-associated shoal, Continental Shelf Research, 20(17), 2367-2389. Click here to request publication.
  86. Militello, A., and G.A. Zarillo, 2000, Tidal motion in a complex inlet and bay system, Ponce de Leon Inlet, Florida, Journal of Coastal Research, Vol. 16, No. 3, 848-860.
  87. Militello, A., N.C. Kraus and M.E. Brown, 2000, Regional coastal and inlet circulation modeling with application to Long Island, New York, Proceedings, 13th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology, Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association, Tallahassee, Florida, 191-201.
  88. Militello, A., N.W. Scheffner, S. Bratos, M.E. Brown and S. Fenical, 2000, Circulation and transport modeling, in study of navigation channel feasibility, Willapa Bay, Kraus, N. C., [ed], Technical Report ERDC-CHL-TR-00-6, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi.
  89. Oliveira, A., A.B. Fortunato and A.M. Baptista, 2000, Mass Balance in Eulerian-Lagrangian Transport Simulations in Estuaries, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 126/8, 605-614. Click here to request publication.
  90. Oliveira, A., and A.B. Fortunato, 2000, Non-linear filtering of numerical oscillations in two-dimensional unstructured girds, Computational Methods in Water Resources XIII, Volume 2, Surface Water Systems and Hydrology, L.R. Bentley et al., [eds], A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 381-388. Click here to request publication.
  91. Zundel, A.K., A. Militello, and D.S. Gonzales, 2000, Numerical model steering module – let the communication begin, Proceedings, Fourth International Conference on Hydroinformatics, International Association of Hydraulic Research, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Abstract Volume p. 206, CD-ROM-IT-3:227-1099.pdf.
  92. Blain, C. A. and K. Kelly, 2001, Software design description for the Advanced Circulation Model (ADCIRC), NRL Memorandum Report, NRL/MR/7320-01-8271, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, 12/2001. Click here for publication.
  93. Blain, C. A. and M. Cobb, 2001, Wave-current interaction in a wave-breaking environment, Recent Advances in Marine Science and Technology 2000, N. Saxena, [ed]., PACON International, pp 43-53. Click here to request publication.
  94. Becker, M.L., R.A. Luettich and J.J. Westerink, 2001, A reconnaissance modeling study of two-dimensional tidal circulation and sediment bed change in the vicinity of the Cape Fear River Navigation Channel, NC, Contractors Report, Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., March 15, 2001, 15 p. Click here for publication.
  95. Dresback, K. M. and R. L. Kolar, 2001, An implicit time marching algorithm for shallow water models based on the generalized wave continuity equation, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 36:925-945. Click here to request publication.
  96. Edwards, C.R. and C. A. Blain, 2001. Evaluation of an Application of Adjoint Methods to Yellow Sea Modeling, NRL Formal Report, NRL/FR/7320-01-9976, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, Sept 4, 2001. Click here for publication.
  97. Gica, E., M. H. Teng, R. A. Luettich, K. F. Cheung, C. A. Blain, C-S Wu, and N. W. Scheffner, 2001, Numerical Modeling of Storm Surge Generated by Hurricane Iniki in Hawaii, in WAVES 2001, Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis, ASCE, Vol. 2, pp. 1555-1564, September 2-6, 2001, San Francisco, California. Click here to request publication.
  98. Hagen, S. C., 2001, Estimation of the truncation error for the linearized, shallow water momentum equations, Engineering with Computers, 17, 354-362. Click here to request publication.
  99. Hagen, S.C., J.J. Westerink, R.L. Kolar, and O. Horstman, 2001, Two-dimensional, unstructured mesh generation for tidal models, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, vol. 35, 669-686. Click here for publication
  100. Lynch, D.R., C.E. Naimie, J.T. Ip, C.V. Lewis, F.E. Werner, R.A. Luettich, Jr., B.O. Blanton, J. Quinlan, D.J. McGillicuddy, Jr., J.R. Ledwell, J. Churchill, V. Kosnyrev, C.S. Davis, S.M. Gallager, C.J. Ashjian, R.G. Lough, J. Manning, C.N. Flagg, C.G. Hannah, R. Groman, 2001, Real-time data assimilative modeling on Georges Bank, Oceanography, 14(1):65-77. Click here to request publication.
  101. Militello, A., and N.C. Kraus, 2001, Re-Alignment of an inlet entrance channel by ebb-tidal eddies, Coastal Dynamics 2001 Conference, ASCE Press, New York, 423-432.
  102. Militello, A., N.C. Kraus, D.S. Rahoy, S. Couch, and P.M. Weppler, 2001, Establishment of a flood-shoal sand source with preservation of existing habitat function, Proceedings, 14th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology, Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association, Tallahassee, Florida, 327-341.
  103. Militello, A., and N.C. Kraus, 2001, Shinnecock Inlet, New York, site investigation, report 4, evaluation of flood and ebb shoal sediment source alternatives for the West of Shinnecock interim project, New York, Coastal Inlets Research Program Technical Report ERDC-CHL-TR-98-32, U. S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi. Click here for publication.
  104. Oliveira, A. and A.B. Fortunato, 2001, Oscillation-removal schemes for salinity studies, M.L. Spaulding (ed.), Estuarine and Coastal Modeling VII, ASCE, 501-518. Click here to request publication.
  105. Parrish, D.M. and S.C. Hagen, 2001, Development of a Tidal Constituent Database for the St. Johns River Water Management District, Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis, Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium, Waves 2001: September 2-6, 2001, San Francisco, CA, B.L. Edge and J.M. Hemsley, Eds., ASCE, 2, 1605-1614.
  106. Veeramony, J. and C. A. Blain, 2001, Barotropic Flow in the vicinity of an idealized inlet, simulations using the ADCIRC model, NRL Formal Report, NRL/FR/7320-01-9977, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, March 9, 2001. Click here for publication.
  107. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich and A. Militello, 2001, Leaky internal-barrier normal-flow boundaries in the ADCIRC coastal hydrodynamics code, Coastal and Hydraulic Engineering Technical Note ERDC/CHL CHETN-IV-32, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS., February 2001, 28p. Click here for publication.
  108. Atkinson, J.H., J.J. Westerink, and R.A. Luettich, in press, 2002, Two-Dimensional Dispersion Analysis for Finite Element Approximations to the Shallow Water Equations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Dec. 2002. Click here to request publication.
  109. Bentley, S. J., T. R. Keen, C. A. Blain, W. C. Vaughn, 2002,  The origin and preservation of a major hurricane event bed in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Hurricane Camille 1969, Marine Geology, 186, 423-446. Click here to request publication.
  110. Blain, C. A. and C. R. Edwards, 2002, Forecast Capability for Coastal Embayments of the Mississippi Sound, Marine Technology Science, Vol. 3, 1501-1508. Click here to request publication.
  111. Blain, C. A. and J. Veeramony, 2002, The Role of River Discharge and Vertical Mixing Formulation on Barotropic Circulation in Bay St. Louis, MS, in Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference, M. L. Spaulding and K. Bedford, eds., American Society of Civil Engineers, 745-764. Click here to request publication.
  112. Blain, C. A., R. H. Preller, and A. P. Rivera, 2002, Tidal prediction using the Advanced Circulation Model (ADCIRC) and a relocatable PC-based system, Oceanography, 15(1):77-87. Click here to request publication.
  113. Cobb, M. and C. A. Blain, 2002, A Coupled Hydrodynamic-Wave Model for Simulating Wave and Tidally-Driven 2D Circulation in Inlets, in Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference, M. L. Spaulding and K. Bedford, eds., American Society of Civil Engineers, 725-744. Click here to request publication.
  114. Cobb, M. And C. A. Blain, 2002, Simulating Wave-Tide Induced Circulation in Bay St. Louis, MS with a Coupled Hydrodynamic-Wave Model, Marine Technology Science, Vol. 3, 1494-1500. Click here to request publication.
  115. Dresback, K. M., C. A. Blain, R. L. Kolar, 2002, A Preliminary Look at Methods to Compute the Baroclinic Pressure Gradients in Finite Element Models, Estuary and Coastal Modeling: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference, M. Spaulding, ed., 103-119, ASCE. Click here to request publication.
  116. Dresback, K. M., R. L. Kolar and J. C. Dietrich, 2002, Impact of the form of the momentum equation on shallow water models based on the generalized wave continuity equation, Developments in Water Science 47: Computational Methods in Water Resources (XIV), Vol. 2, Hassanizadeh et al., eds., 1573-1580, Elsevier. Click here to request publication.
  117. Edwards, C.R. and C. A. Blain, 2002, Opearational Evaluation of ADCIRC-2DDI as applied to the western north Atlantic ocean, NRL Formal Report, NRL/FR/7320-01-10,005, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy. Click here for publication.
  118. Edwards, C. R. and C. A. Blain, 2002, Applications of the Incremental Approach to Yellow Sea Modeling, in Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference, M. L. Spaulding and K. Bedford, eds., American Society of Civil Engineers, 447-466. Click here to request publication.
  119. Fortunato, A.B., L. Pinto, A. Oliveira and J.S. Ferreira, 2002, Tidally-generated Shelf Waves off the Western Iberian Coast, Continental Shelf Research, 22/14: 1935-1950. Click here to request publication.
  120. Fortunato, A.B., Oliveira, A. and E. Alves, 2002, Circulation and Salinity Intrusion in the Guadiana Estuary, Thalassas, 18/2: 43-65.
  121. Fortunato, A. and A. Oliveira, 2002, Towards a modeling system for long-term morphodynamics. In: Burchard et al. (eds.), 11th Biennal Conference on Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas, 296-300.
  122. Gossard, C. M. and R. L. Kolar, 2002, Wave propagation characteristics of continuous and discontinous galerkin finite element algorithms for the shallow water equations, Developments in Water Science 47: Computational Methods in Water Resources (XIV), Vol. 2, Hassanizadeh et al., eds., 1621-1628, Elsevier.
  123. Hagen, S.C. and D.M. Parrish, 2002, Bathymetric Data Set Assimilation for the Western North Atlantic Tidal Model Domain, Hydroinformatics 2002, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, July 1-5, 2002, Cardiff, Wales, I.D. Cluckie, D. Han, J.P. Davis, and S. Heslop, Eds., IWA Publishing, London, 2, 1191-1196.
  124. Hagen, S.C. and D.M. Parrish, 2002. Unstructured Mesh Generation for the Western North Atlantic Tidal Model Domain, Proceedings, 11th International Meshing Roundtable, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 87-98.
  125. Hagen, S.C., O. Horstman and R.J. Bennett, 2002, An Unstructured Mesh Generation Algorithm for Shallow Water Modeling, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 16, 83-91 (2002). Click here to request publication.
  126. Hench, J.L., B. O. Blanton, and R. A. Luettich, Jr., 2002, Lateral dynamics analysis and classification of barotropic tidal inlets, Continental Shelf Research, 22 (18/19): 2615-2631. Click here to request publication.
  127. Luettich, R. A., Jr., J. C. Muccino, M. G. G. Foreman, 2002, Considerations in the Calculation of Vertical Velocity in Three-Dimensional Circulation Models, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 19(12):2063-2076. Click here to request publication.
  128. Luettich, R.A., Jr., S.D. Carr, J.V. Reynold-Fleming, C.W. Fulcher and J.E. McNinch, 2002, Semi-diurnal seiching in a shallow, micro-tidal lagoonal estuary, Continental Shelf Research, 22:1669-1681. Click here to request publication.
  129. Mukai A.Y., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich Jr., and D. Mark, 2002, Eastcoast 2001: a tidal constituent database for the western North Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, Technical Report, ERDC/CHL TR-02-24, September 2002, 201p. Click here for publication.
  130. Mukai, A.Y., J.J. Westerink, and R.A. Luettich Jr., 2002, Guidelines for Using the Eastcoast 2001 Database of Tidal Constituents within the Western North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, Coastal and Hydraulic Engineering Technical Note (IV-XX), 24p. Click here for publication.
  131. Oliveira, A. and A.B. Fortunato, 2002, Towards a Mass Conservative, Non-Oscillatory Eulerian-Lagrangian Transport Model, Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 183, nº 1, 142-164. Click here to request publication.
  132. Parrish, D.M. and S.C. Hagen, 2002, Verification of a Tidal Constituent Database of the Western North Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea, Developments in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Proceedings of the Twenty First Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, May 19-21, 2002, Orlando, FL, A.J. Kassab, D.W. Nicholson, and I. Ionescu, Eds., Rivercross Publishing, Inc., Orlando, XXI, 559-568.
  133. Allard, R., L. Smedstad, M. Bettencourt, C. A. Blain, et al., 2003. High Fidelity Simulation of Littoral Environments, Applications and Coupling of Participating Models, Proceedings of the 2003 HPCMO User’s Group Conference, 9-13 June 2003, DoD High Performance Computing Program, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, California, 306-313. Click here to request publication.
  134. Blain, C.A. and M. Cobb, 2003, Application of a shelf-scale model to wave-induced circulation, Part I: Alongshore currents on plane and barred beaches, NRL Formal Report, NRL/FR/7320-03-10,046, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, February 19, 2003. Click here for publication.
  135. Cobb, M. and C.A. Blain, 2003, Application of a shelf-scale model to wave-induced circulation, Part 2: Rip currents, NRL Formal Report, NRL/FR/7320-03-10,005, Naval Research Laboratory, Department of the Navy, March, 2003. Click here for publication.
  136. Edge, B. L. and Pandoe, W. W., 2003, Effect of Baroclinic Circulation on Sediment Transport in an Idealized Ship Channel, Proceedings of the International Conference on Coastal Sediments 2003.
  137. Hench, J. L. and R. A. Luettich, Jr., 2003, Transient tidal circulation and momentum balances at a shallow inlet. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 33 (4): 913-932. Click here to request publication.
  138. Pandoe, W.W., B.L. Edge, 2003, Three-dimensional hydrodynamic model, study cases for quarter annular and idealized ship channel problems, Ocean Engineering, 30(2003): 1117-1135. Click here to request publication.
  139. Pandoe, W. W. and B.L. Edge, 2003. Sediment Transport Associated with the Baroclinic Term in the 3D-Hydrodynamic Circulation Model; Study Case for Idealized Estuary, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, Monterey, CA, November 2003.
  140. Pandoe, W. W. and Edge, B. L, 2003, Effect of Baroclinic Circulation on the Transport of Consolidated Sediments, Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Contaminated Sediments, Quebec City, Canada.
  141. Szpilka, C. M. and R. L. Kolar, 2003. Numerical analogs to fourier and dispersion analysis: development, verification, and application to the shallow water equations, Advances in Water Resources, Vol. 26, no. 6 pp.649-662. Click here to request publication.
  142. Dietrich, J. C., E. P. Gilje, K. M. Dresback, R. L. Kolar, H. Neeman, “Benchmarking Studies of the Combined Predictor-Corrector, Parallel ADCIRC Code,” EMGIS Lab Report #03-01, www.coe.ou.edu/emgis.
  143. Atkinson, J.H., J.J. Westerink, and J.M. Hervouet, 2004, Similarities Between the Wave Equation and the Quasi-Bubble Solutions to the Shallow Water Equations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 45:689-714. Click here for publication
  144. Atkinson, J.H., J.J. Westerink and R.A. Luettich, 2004, Two-Dimensional Dispersion Analysis of Finite Element Approximations to the Shallow Water Equations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 45:715-749. Click here for publication
  145. Blanton, B., H. Seim, R. Luettich, D. Lynch, F. Werner, K. Smith, G. Voulgaris, F. Bingham, F. Way, 2004. Barotropic Tides in the {S}outh {A}tlantic {B}ight, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol 109, C12024, 17p. Click here to request publication.
  146. Dresback, K., R. L. Kolar, J. C. Dietrich, 2004. “A 2D Implicit Time-Marching Algorithm for Shallow Water Models Based on the Generalized Wave Continuity Equation”, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 45:253-274. Click here to request publication.
  147. Dresback, K., C. A. Blain, and R. L. Kolar, 2004. Resolution and algorithmic influences on the baroclinc pressure gradient in finite element-based hydrodynamic models, in Computational Methods in Water Resources, Proceedings of the XVth International Conference Volume 2, C. T. Miller et al. (eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1755-1766.
  148. Dykes, J. D., Allard, R. A., C. A. Blain et al., 2004, An Approach for Coupling Diverse Geophysical and Dynamical Models, NRL Review 2004, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, August 2004.
  149. Fortunato, A. and A. Oliveira, 2004, A modeling system for tidally-driven long-term morphodynamics, Journal of Hydraulic Research, 42/4: 426-434. Click here to request publication.
  150. Y. Funakoshi, Hagen, S.C., A.K. Zundel, and S. Kojima, 2004 Driving an Integrated, Surface Water, Three-Dimensional Model, Proceedings, Sixth International Conference on Hydro-Science and -Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, May 30 – June 4, 2004.
  151. Hagen, S.C., D. Dietsche, and Y. Funakoshi, 2004, Storm Tide Hindcasts for Hurricane Hugo: Into an Estuarine and Riverine System, Sixth International Conference on Hydro-Science and ?Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, May 30 – June 4, 2004.
  152. Hagen, S.C. and D.M. Parrish, 2004, Meshing Requirements for Tidal Modeling in the Western North Atlantic, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 18 (7), 585-595. Click here to request publication.
  153. Keen, T. R., S. J. Bentley, W. C. Vaughan, C. A. Blain, 2004, The generation and preservation of multiple hurricane beds in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Marine Geology, 210, 79-105. Click here to request publication.
  154. Luettich, R. A., and J. J. Westerink (2004), Formulation and numerical implementation of the 2D/3D ADCIRC finite element model version 44.XX. Click here for publication.
  155. Lynch, D.R., K. Smith, B.O. Blanton, R.A. Luettich, Jr., F.E. Werner, 2004, Forecasting the coastal ocean: resolution, tide and operational data in the South Atlantic Bight, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 21(7):1074-1085. Click here to request publication.
  156. Pandoe, Wahyu W., 2004. Extended Three-dimensional ADCIRC Hydrodynamic Model to Include Baroclinic Flow and Sediment Transport. Doctoral Dissertation, Ocean Engineering Division, Department of Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA. Click here for publication.
  157. Pandoe, W. W. and Edge, B. L., 2004. Cohesive Sediment Transport in the 3D-Hydrodynamic-Baroclinic Circulation Model; Study Case for Idealized Tidal Inlet. Journal of Ocean Engineering, 31 (2004) 2227-2252. Click here to request publication.
  158. Spargo, E., J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich and D. Mark, 2004. Developing a Tidal Constituent Database for the Eastern North Pacific Ocean, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling VIII, M. Spaulding et al. [eds], ASCE, p.217-235. Click here to request publication.
  159. Weidemann, A. et al., C. A. Blain, 2004, Ocean color satellite derived products in support of diver and special forces operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Technology and the Mine Problem, San Diego, CA, May 2004, on CD-ROM. Click here to request publication.
  160. Bacopoulos, P. and S.C. Hagen, “Application of a Tidal Flow Model to a River and Estuarine System,” Proceedings, WAVES 2005, Madrid, Spain, CD-ROM, July 3-7, 2005.
  161. Blain, C. A., and T. C. Massey, 2005. Application of a Coupled Discontinuous-Continuous Galerkin Finite Element Shallow Water Model to Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Ocean Modelling, 10 (3-4), pp.283-315. Click here to request publication.
  162. Bunya, S., J.J. Westerink and S. Yoshimura, “Discontinuous Boundary Implementations for the Shallow Water Equations,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 47, 1451-1468, 2005. Click here for publication
  163. Carr, S. D., J. L. Hench, R. A. Luettich, Jr., R. B. Forward Jr., and R. A. Tankersley, 2005. Spatial patterns in the ovigerous blue crab spawning migration: results from a coupled behavioral-physical model. Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 294 p.213-226. Click here to request publication.
  164. Demirbilek, Zeki, Lihwa Lin, and Gregory P. Bass, 2005 “Prediction of Storm-Induced High Water Levels in Chesapeake Bay”, in Coastal Disasters 2005 Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2005, May 8-11, 2005, Charleston, South Carolina (POC: Zeki.Demirbilek@usace.army.mil, US Army Engineer Research & Development Center, 3909 Halls Ferry Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180-6199.
  165. Fortunato, A. and A. Oliveira, 2005. Influence of intertidal flats on tidal asymmetry, Journal of Coastal Research, 21/5: 1062-1067. Click here to request publication.
  166. Funakoshi, Y. and S.C. Hagen, “Towards an Integrable Short and Long Wave Model for Tidal Hydrodynamics,” Proceedings, WAVES 2005, Madrid, Spain, CD-ROM, July 3-7, 2005.
  167. Hagen, S.C. P. Bacopoulos, and M. Salisbury, “A 2-D Model of Tide and Unsteady Freshwater Flow Interaction”, Proceedings, WAVES 2005, Madrid, Spain, CD-ROM, July 3-7, 2005.
  168. Hess, K.W., E.A. Spargo, A. Wong, S.A. White, and S.K. Gill, 2005. VDatum for Central Coastal North Carolina: Tidal Datums, Marine Grids, and Sea Surface Topography, NOAA Technical Report, NOS CS 21.
  169. Jarosz, E., C. A. Blain, S. P. Murray and M. Inoue, 2005. Barotropic Tides in the Bab el Mandab Strait ? Numerical Simulations, Continental Shelf Research, v.25, iss. 10, p.1225-1247. Click here to request publication.
  170. Ramos, M., P.A. Silva, A.B. Fortunato, A. Oliveira and F. Sancho, 2005. A numerical study of sand mining in a conceptual scenario test. International Conference on Coastal Conservation in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, CD-ROM.
  171. Salisbury, M. and S.C. Hagen, “The Effect of Tidal Inlets on Storm Surge Hydrographs”, Proceedings, WAVES 2005, Madrid, Spain, CD-ROM, July 3-7, 2005.
  172. Spargo, E.A. and J.W. Woolard, 2005. VDatum for the Calcasieu River from Lake Charles to the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana: Tidal Datum Modeling and Population of the Grid, NOAA Technical Report, NOS CS19.
  173. Zózimo, A.C., A. Oliveira, A.B. Fortunato and C.J.E.M. Fortes, 2005. Application of a morphodynamic modelling system to an idealized inlet, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Coastal Dynamics, CD-ROM.
  174. AGU Conference of Experts, “Hurricanes and the U.S. Gulf Coast: Science and Sustainable Rebuilding”, June 2006, 29p., http://www.agu.org/report/hurricanes
  175. Boesch, D.F., L. Shabman, L.G. Antle, J.W. Day, R.G. Dean, G.E. Galloway, C.G. Groat, S.B. Laska, R.A. Luettich, Jr., W.J. Mitsch, N.N. Rabalais, D.J. Reed, C.A. Simenstad, B.J. Streever, R.B. Taylor, R.R. Twilley, C.C. Watson, J.T. Wells, D.F. Whigham, 2006, “A New Framework for Planning the Future of Coastal Louisiana after the Hurricanes of 2005”, Integration and Application Network, Univ. MD Center for Environmental Sci., January 26, 2006, 48p., www.umces.edu/la-restore
  176. Bunya, S., S. Yoshimura and J.J. Westerink, “Improvements in the Mass Conservation Using Alternative Boundary Implementations for a Quasi Bubble Finite Element Shallow Water Model,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 51, 1277-1296,2006. Click here for publication
  177. Dawson, C.N., J.J. Westerink, J.C. Feyen and D. Pothina, 2006. Continuous, Discontinuous and Coupled Discontinuous-Continuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods for the Shallow Water Equations, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, vol. 52, issue 1, 10 September 2006, p.63-88. Click here to request publication.
  178. Dresback, K.M., R.L. Kolar, and R.A. Luettich, Jr., 2006, On the form of the momentum equation and lateral stress closure law in shallow water modeling, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling IX, M. Spaulding [ed], ASCE, 399-418. Click here to request publication.
  179. Feyen, J., K. Hess, E. Spargo, A. Wong, S. White, J. Sellars, and S. Gill, 2006. Development of a continuous bathymetric/topographic unstructured coastal flooding model to study sea level rise in North Carolina, Proc. of the 9th Intl. Conf. on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, M. Spaulding et al., eds., ASCE. Click here to request publication.
  180. Graber, H.C., V.J. Cardone, R.E. Jensen, D.N. Slinn, S.C. Hagen, A.T. Cox, M.D. Powell, and C. Grassl, 2006, ?Coastal Forecasts and Storm Surge Predictions for Tropical Cyclones: A Timely Partnership Program,? Oceanography, 19 (1), 130-141, March 2006 Click here to request publication.
  181. Hagen, S.C., A. Zundel and S. Kojima, Automatic, Unstructured Mesh Generation for Tidal Calculations in a Large Domain, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 20 (8), 593-608 (2006). Click here to request publication.
  182. Kubatko, E.J., J.J. Westerink and C. Dawson, “hp Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Advection Dominated Problems in Shallow Water Flow,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196, 437-451, 2006. Click here for publication
  183. Kubatko, E.J., J.J. Westerink and C. Dawson, “An Unstructured Grid Morphodynamic Model with a Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Bed Evolution,” Ocean Modeling, 15, 71-89, 2006 Click here for publication
  184. Massey, T. C. and C. A. Blain, 2006. In Search of a Consistent and Conservative Mass Flux for the GWCE, Journal of Computer Methods Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 195 (7-8), pp.571-587. Click here to request publication.
  185. Mashriqui, H.S., Kemp, G.P., van Heerden, I. Ll., Ropers-Huilman, B.D., Hyfield, E., Young, Y., Streva, K., and Binselam, 2006. Experimental Storm Surge Simulations For Hurricane Katrina, in “Coastal Hydrology and Water Quality”, Xu, Y. J. & Singh, V. J., (editors), Proceedings of the AIH 25th Anniversary Meeting & International Conference, American Institute of Hydrology (AIH), May 21-24, 2006, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. pp 481-489. Click here to request publication.
  186. Mashriqui, H.S., Kemp, G.P., van Heerden, I.Ll., Westerink, J.J, Young, Y., Ropers-Huilman, B.D., 2006. Experimental storm surge forecasting in the Bay of Bengal, in “Environmental Problems in Coastal Regions VI”, C.A. Brebbia (editor), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Environmental Problems in Coastal Regions including Oil Spill Studies, Organized by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK. June 5-7, 2006, Rhodes, Greece, pp 397-406. Click here to request publication.
  187. Mattocks, Craig, Cristina Forbes and Limei Ran, 2006. Design and Implementation of a Real-Time Storm Surge and Flood Forecasting Capability for the State of North Carolina, UNC-CEP Technical Report. November 30, 2006, 103pp. Click here for publication.
  188. McDonald, Cameron, 2006. Automated, Unstructured Mesh Generation for 2D, Shelf-Based Tidal Models, Masters Thesis, Brigham Young University. December 2006. 86pp. Click here for publication.
  189. Oliveira, A., A.B. Fortunato and L. Pinto, (2006). Modeling the hydrodynamics and the fate of passive and active tracers in the Guadiana estuary, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 70, 76-84. Click here to request publication.
  190. Reyns, N.B., D.B. Eggleston, R.A. Luettich, Jr., 2006, “Secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs within a wind-driven estuary”, Limnology and Oceanography, 51(5). Click here to request publication.
  191. Valenti, E., and P. J. Fitzpatrick. 2006. Forecasting of storm-surge floods using ADCIRC and optimized DEMs. NASA Tech Brief., 30, 28-30. Click here for publication
  192. Walker, N.D., Haag, A., Balasubramanian, S., Leben, R., van Heerden, I., Kemp, G.P. and Mashriqui, H.S., 2006. Hurricane Prediction: A Century of Advances, Oceanography Vol. 19, No. 2, June 2006, pp 20-32. Click here to request publication.
  193. White, T. D., B. McAnally, D. Truax, H. Cole, C. Eamon, L. Zhang, P. Gullett, P. Fitzpatrick, Y. Lau, S. Bhate, Y. Li. 2006. Coast in the Eye of the Storm: Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005. Mississippi State University technical report. 86 pp.
  194. Yang, Z., K. Hess, E. Myers, E. Spargo, A. Wong, and J. Feyen, 2006: “Numerical Simulation of Tidal Datum Fields for the Long Island Sound, New York Bight, and Narragansett Bay Area.” /Proceedings of the 9th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference/, ASCE, Charleston, SC, pp. 536-523.
  195. Blain, C.A. and R.S. Linzell, 2007. Makef15: An ADCIRC Model Fort.15 Input File Creation GUI for Parameter Specification and Periodic Boundary Forcing. NRL Memorandum Report, NRL/MR/7320–07-9081, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. Click here to request publication.
  196. Blain, C.A., R.S. Linzell, and B. Estrade, 2007. Makef22: An ADCIRC Model Fort.22 Input File Creation Tool for Surface Wind and Pressure Forcing. NRL Memorandum Report, NRL/MR/7320–07-9082, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. Click here to request publication.
  197. Ceyhan, E., P. Basuchowdhuri, T. Judeh, S. Ou, B. Estrade, and T. Kosar. Towards a faster and improved ADCIRC (ADvanced Multi-Dimensional CIRCulation) model.  Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 50, 2007.  Click here for publication
  198. Day, John W., Jr., Donald F. Boesch, Ellis J. Clairain, G. Paul Kemp, Shirley B. Laska, William J. Mitsch, Kenneth Orth, Hassan Mashriqui, Denise R. Reed, Leonard Shabman, Charles A. Simenstad, Bill J. Streever, Robert R. Twilley, Chester C. Watson, John T. Wells, Dennis F. Whigham. 2007. “Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: Lessons from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.” SCIENCE 23 March 2007 – vol 315. Click here to request publication.
  199. Dietsche, D., S.C. Hagen, and P. Bacopoulos, “Storm Surge Simulations for Hurricane Hugo (1989): On the Significance of Inundation Areas”, ASCE Journal of Waterways, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 133 (3), 183-191 (2007). Click here to request publication.
  200. Eamon, C. D., P. Fitzpatrick, and D. D. Truax, 2007: Observations of structural damage caused by Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. J. Perf. Constr. Fac., 21, 117-127.
  201. Ebersole, B.A., D. Resio, and J.J. Westerink, “A Community Approach to Improved Prediction and Characterization of Coastal Storm Hazards,” Marine Technology Society Journal, 40, 4, 56-68, 2006/2007.
  202. Feyen, J. and Z. Yang, 2007: “Generation of Synoptic Water Level and Depth-Averaged Velocity Time Series on the Delaware Bay for Use in Model Coupling.” /Proceedings of the 10th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference/, ASCE, Newport, RI.
  203. Kubatko, E.J., J.J. Westerink and C. Dawson, “Semi-discrete Discontinuous Galerkin Methods and Stage Exceeding Order Strong Stability Preserving Runge-Kutta Time Discretizations,” Journal of Computational Physics, 222, 832-848, 2007. Click here for publication
  204. Kubatko, E.J. and J.J. Westerink, “Exact Discontinuous Solutions of Exner’s Bed Evolution Model: Simple Theory for Sediment Bores,” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 133, 305-311, 2007. Click here for publication
  205. Parrish, D.M. and Hagen, S.C. (2007) ‘2D unstrunctured mesh generation for oceanic and coastal tidal models from a localized truncation error analysis with complex derivatives’, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 21:7, 277-296. Click here to request publication.
  206. Reyns, N.B., D.B. Eggleston, R.A. Luettich, Jr., “Dispersal dynamics of postlarval blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, within a wind-driven estuary”, Fisheries Oceanography, 16:3, 257–272. Click here to request publication.
  207. Salisbury, M.B. and S.C. Hagen. 2007. “The Effect of Tidal Inlets on Open Coast Storm Surge Hydrographs”, Coastal Engineering, 54 (3), 377-391. Click here to request publication.
  208. van Heerden, I. Ll., Kemp, G.P., Mashriqui, H.S., 2007. “Use of the ADCIRC Storm Surge Model for Hurricane Katrina Surge Predictions and Levee Forensic Studies,” in Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Organized by the Geo-Institute (G-I), February 18-21, 2007, Denver, Colorado, USA.
  209. Yang, Z. and E. Myers, 2007: Barotropic Tidal Energetics and Tidal Datums in the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank Region. /Proceedings of the 10^th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference/, ASCE, Newport, RI.
  210. Yang, Z. and E. Myers, 2007: The Chesapeake and Delaware Bays VDatum Development, and Progress Towards a National VDatum. /Proceedings of the 2007 Hydro Conference/, Norfolk, VA.
  211. Bennett, A. F., B. S. Chua, B. L. Pflaum, M. Erwig, Z. Fu, R. D. Loft, and J. C. Muccino , The Inverse Ocean Modeling System. Part I: Implementation, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology Volume 25, Issue 9 (September 2008) pp. 1608-1622.
  212. Blain, C.A., R. Linzell, T.C. Massey, and B.D. Estrade, 2008. MESHGUI: A Mesh Generation and Editing Toolset for the ADCIRC Model. NRL Memorandum Report, NRL/MR/7322–08-9083, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. Click here to request publication.
  213. Blain, C.A., T.C. Massey, and R. Linzell, 2008. Finite element coastal modeling, in FY07 DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Annual Reports, prepared by P.A. Shingler and B.A. Howell, NRL/PU/5590–08-510, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.
  214. Bunya, S. and Westerink, J.J., Hurricane Katrina Storm Surge Hindcast Using a Coupled Storm Surge, Wind Wave and Tidal Current Model on an Unstructured Grid, Annual Journal of Coastal Engineering, JSCE, Vol. 55, 316-320, 2008 (Written in Japanese.)
  215. Cialone, Mary, Sleath, Alison, Wamsley, Ty, and McAlpin, Tate. 2008. Mississippi Coastal Improvements Program (MSCIP): A Statistical Evaluation of Lines of Defense. Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Hamburg, Germany, September 2008. Click here to request publication.
  216. Colle, Brian A., Frank Buonaiuto, Malcolm J. Bowman, Robert E. Wilson, Roger Flood, Robert Hunter, Alexander Mintz, and Douglas Hill, 2008. New York’s Vulnerability to Coastal Flooding, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol. 89, No. 6, June 2008, pp 829-841.
  217. Demirbilek, Z., Lin, L., and Mark, D. J., 2008,”Numerical Modeling of Storm Surges in Chesapeake Bay”, in the International Journal of Ecology & Development, Special Issue on Coastal Environment, Vol 10, No. S08. Click here for publication
  218. Dietrich, J.C., R.L. Kolar, K.M. Dresback (2008). Mass Residuals as a Criterion for Mesh Refinement in Continuous Galerkin Shallow Water Models. ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 134(5), 520-532. Click here for publication
  219. Fleming, J.G., C.W. Fulcher, R.A. Luettich, B.D. Estrade, G.D. Allen, H.S. Winer, “A Real Time Storm Surge Forecasting System using ADCIRC”, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling X, M. Spaulding [ed], ASCE, pg 893-912. Click here to request publication.
  220. Forbes, C., J. Fleming, C. Mattocks, C. Fulcher, R. Luettich, J. Westerink and S. Bunya, 2008. New Developments in the ADCIRC Community Model, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling X, M. L. Spaulding [ed], ASCE, 373-392.
  221. Grzegorzewski, Alison Sleath, Cialone, Mary, Lansen, A. Joost, van Ledden, Mathijs, Smith, Jane, and Wamsley, Ty, 2008. The Influence of Barrier Islands on Hurricane-Generated Storm Surge and Waves in Louisiana and Mississippi. Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Hamburg, Germany, September 2008. Click here to request publication.
  222. Irish, J. L., Resio, D. T., and Ratcliff, J. J., “The influence of storm size on hurricane surge,” J. Phys. Oceanogr., Vol. 38, No. 9, pp. 2003-2013, 2008.
  223. Mattocks C. and C. Forbes, 2008: A real-time, event-triggered storm surge forecasting system for the state of North Carolina, Ocean Modelling, 25, 95-119, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2008.06.008
  224. Kubatko, E.J., C. Dawson, J.J. Westerink, “Time Step Restrictions for Runge-Kutta Discontinuous Galerkin Methods on Triangular Grids,” Journal of Computational Physics, 227, 9697-9710, 2008. Click here for publication
  225. Muccino, J. C., H. G. Arango, A. F. Bennett, B. S. Chua, B. D. Cornuelle, E. Di Lorenzo, G. D. Egbert, D. Haidvogel, J. C. Levin, H. Luo, A. J. Miller, A. M. Moore, and E. D. Zaron , The Inverse Ocean Modeling System. Part II: Applications, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology Volume 25, Issue 9 (September 2008) pp. 1623-1637. Click here to request publication.
  226. Parrish, D. M., and Hagen, S. C. (2008). “Incorporating spatially variable bottom stress and Coriolis force into 2D, a posteriori, unstructured mesh generation for shallow water models.” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 60(3), 237-261. Click here to request publication.
  227. Resio, D.T. and J.J. Westerink, “Modeling the physics of storm surges,” Physics Today, 61, 9, 33-38, 2008. Click here for publication
  228. Westerink, J.J., R.A. Luettich, Jr., J.C. Feyen, J.H. Atkinson, C. Dawson, M.D. Powell, J.P. Dunion, H.J. Roberts, E.J. Kubatko, H. Pourtaheri, 2008, “A Basin to Channel Scale Unstructured Grid Hurricane Storm Surge Model as Implemented for Southern Louisiana”, Monthly Weather Review, Volume 136, 833-864. Click here to request publication.
  229. Yang, Z., E. Myers, A. Wong, and S. White, 2008: Vdatum for Chesapeake Bay, Delaware Bay, and Adjacent Coastal Water Areas: Tidal Datums and Sea surface Topography. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland, /NOAA Technical Memorandum /NOS CS 15, 110 pp.
  230. Yang, Z., K. Hess, E. Spargo, A. Wong, S. White, and E. Myers, 2008: VDatum for the Long Island Sound, Narragansett Bay, and New York Bight: Tidal Datums, Marine Grids, and Sea Surface Topography. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland, /NOAA Technical Memorandum /NOS CS 16, 62 pp.
  231. Bacopoulos, P., Funakoshi, Y., Hagen, S. C., Cox, A. T., and Cardone, V. J. (2009). “The role of meteorological forcing on the St. Johns River (northeastern Florida).” Journal of Hydrology, 369(1/2), 55-70. Click here to request publication.
  232. Bacopoulos, P., and Hagen, S. C. (2009). “Tidal simulations for the Loxahatchee River estuary (southeastern Florida): On the influence of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway versus the surrounding tidal flats.” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 135(6), 259-268. Click here to request publication.
  233. Blain, C.A., R.S. Linzell, A.D. Weidemann, and P.E. Lyon, 2009. A tool for rapid configuration of a river model, Proceedings of Oceans 2009 MTS/IEEE Biloxi Conference, Biloxi, Mississippi, USA, 26-29 October 2009. Click here to request publication.
  234. Bunya, S., E.J. Kubatko, J.J. Westerink, C. Dawson, “A Wetting and Drying Treatment for the Runge-Kutta Discontinuous Galerkin Solution to the Shallow Water Equations,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 198, 1548-1562, 2009. Click here for publication
  235. Burrows R, Walkington IA, Yates NC, Hedges TS, Li M, Zhou JG, Chen DY, Wolf J, Holt J and Proctor R, 2009. ‘Tidal energy potential in UK waters’, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Maritime Engineering. Click here for publication
  236. Burrows R, Walkington IA, Yates NC, Hedges TS, Wolf J and Holt J, 2009. ‘The tidal range energy potential of the west coast of the United Kingdom’, Applied Ocean Research, 31(2009), 229-238. Click here for publication
  237. Funakoshi, Y., Hagen, S. C., and Bacopoulos, P. (2009). “Coupling of hydrodynamic and wave models: Case study for Hurricane Floyd (1999) hindcast.” Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 134(6), 321-335. Click here to request publication.
  238. Hill, D.F., Ciavola, S., Etherington, L., Klaar, M., 2009, “Estimation of freshwater runoff into Glacier Bay, Alaska and incorporation into a tidal circulation model,” Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, v.82, pp.95-107
  239. Irish, J. L., Resio, D. T., and Cialone, M. C., A surge response function approach to coastal hazard assessment. Part 2: Quantification of spatial attributes of response functions, Nat. Hazards [Special Issue, Numerical modelling of storm surges, the latest developments, V. Swail (ed.)], 51(1), 183-205, 2009.
  240. Kolar, R.L., Kibbey, T.C.G., Szpilka, C.M., Dresback, K.M., Tromble, E.M., Toohey, I.P., Hoggan, J.L., Atkinson, J.H., 2009. Process-oriented tests for validation of baroclinic shallow water mod- els: the lock-exchange problem. Ocean Modelling, 28(1–3):137– 152. Click here to request publication.
  241. Kubatko, E.J., S. Bunya, C. Dawson, J.J. Westerink, “Dynamic p-adaptive Runge-Kutta Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for the Shallow Water Equations,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 198, 1766-1774 , 2009. Click here for publication
  242. Kubatko, E.J., S. Bunya, C. Dawson, J.J. Westerink, C. Mirabito, “A Performance Comparison of Continuous and Discontinuous Finite Element Shallow Water Models,” Journal of Scientific Computing, 40, 315-339, 2009. Click here for publication
  243. Loder, N. L., Irish, J. L., Cialone, M. A., and Wamsley, T. V., Sensitivity of hurricane surge to morphological parameters of coastal wetlands, Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci., 84, 625-636, 2009.
  244. McKay, P., and C.A. Blain (2009) Toward Development of a Hydrodynamic Flow and Inundation Model of the Lower Pearl River, Conference Proceedings of the 2009 MTS/IEEE Oceans Meeting Click here to request publication.
  245. Walkington I and Burrows R, 2009. ‘Modelling tidal stream power potential’, Applied Ocean Research. Click here for publication.
  246. Wolf J, Walkington IA, Holt J and Burrows R, 2009. ‘Environmental impacts of tidal power schemes’, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Maritime Engineering. Click here for publication
  247. Blain, C.A., Cambazoglu, M.K., and Kourafalou, V.H., 2010. Modeling the Dardanelles Strait Outflow Plume Using a Coupled Model System. In: OCEANS 2009. MTS/IEEEE, pp. 1-8. Click here to request publication.
  248. Blain, C.A., R.S. Linzell, P. Chu, and C. Massey, 2010. Validation Test Report for the ADvanced CIRCulation Model (ADCIRC) v45.11, NRL Memorandum Report, NRL/MR/7320–10-9205, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. Click here to request publication.
  249. Bunya, S., J.C. Dietrich, J.J. Westerink, B.A. Ebersole, J.M. Smith, J.H. Atkinson, R. Jensen, D.T. Resio, R.A. Luettich, C. Dawson, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, M.D. Powell, H.J. Westerink, H.J. Roberts (2010). “A High-Resolution Coupled Riverine Flow, Tide, Wind, Wind Wave and Storm Surge Model for Southern Louisiana and Mississippi: Part I – Model Development and Validation.” Monthly Weather Review, Volume 138, 345-377. Click here to request publication.
  250. Dietrich, J.C., S. Bunya, J.J. Westerink, B.A. Ebersole, J.M. Smith, J.H. Atkinson, R. Jensen, D.T. Resio, R.A. Luettich, C. Dawson, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, M.D. Powell, H.J. Westerink, H.J. Roberts (2010). “A High-Resolution Coupled Riverine Flow, Tide, Wind, Wind Wave and Storm Surge Model for Southern Louisiana and Mississippi: Part II – Synoptic Description and Analysis of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.” Monthly Weather Review, Volume 138, 378-404. Click here to request publication.
  251. Dietrich, J.C., M. Zijlema, J.J. Westerink, L.H. Holthuijsen, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, Jr., R. Jensen, J.M. Smith, G.S. Stelling, ” Modeling Hurricane Waves and Storm Surge using Integrally-Coupled, Scalable Computations”, Journal of Coastal Engineering, DOI: 10.1016/j.coastaleng.2010.08.001. Click here to request publication.
  252. Dresback, K. M., Kolar, R. L., Blain, C.A., Cambazoglu, M.K., Shay, T., Luettich, R.A., 2010. Development and application of the coupled HYCOM and ADCIRC system. In: Spaulding ML (ed) Estuarine and coastal modeling, proceedings of the 11th international conference. American Society of Civil Engineers, Seattle, pp 259–277.
  253. Ebersole, B.A., J.J. Westerink, S. Bunya, J.C. Dietrich, M.A. Cialone, “Development of Storm Surge Which Led to Flooding in St. Bernard Polder during Hurricane Katrina,” Ocean Engineering, 37, 91-103, 2010. Click here for publication
  254. Forbes, C., R. A. Luettich, C.A. Mattocks, J.J. Westerink, “A Retrospective Evaluation of the Storm Surge Produced by Hurricane Gustav (2008): Forecast and Hindcast Results,” Weather and Forecasting, 25, No. 6, 1577-1602, 2010. Click here for publication
  255. Frey, A. E., Olivera, F., Irish, J. L., Dunkin*, L. M., Kaihatu, J. M., Ferreira*, C. M., and Edge, B. L., The impact of climate change on hurricane flooding inundation, population affected, and property damages, J. Am. Water Resour. As., 46(5), 1049-1059, 2010.
  256. Funakoshi, Y., J.C. Feyen, F. Aikman III, H. Tolman, and C. Lozano, “Coupling a Finite Element Storm Surge Model of the North Carolina Sounds with Operational Ocean and Weather Prediction Models”. NOAA Technical Report NOS CS 27, 93 pages, October 2010.
  257. Irish, J. L., Frey*, A. E., Rosati, J. D., Olivera, F., Dunkin*, L. M., Kaihatu, J. M., Ferreira*, C. M., and Edge, B. L., Potential implications of global warming and barrier island degradation on future hurricane inundation, property damages, and population impacted, Ocean Coast. Manage., 53, 645-657, 2010.
  258. Orlic, M., D. Belusic, I. Janekovic, and M. Pasaric ( 2010 ), Fresh evidence relating the great Adriatic surge of 21 June 1978 to mesoscale atmospheric forcing , J. Geophys. Res. , 115 , C06011, doi:10.1029/2009JC005777.
  259. Wirasaet, D., S. Tanaka, E.J. Kubatko, J.J. Westerink, C. Dawson, “A Performance Comparison of Nodal Discontinuous Galerkin Methods on Triangles and Quadrilaterals,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 64, 1336-1362, 2010. Click here for publication
  260. Atkinson, J., H. Roberts, S. Hagen, S. Zou, P. Bacopoulos, S. Medeiros, J. Weishampel, and Z. Cobell, “Deriving Frictional Parameters and Performing Historical Validation for an ADCIRC storm surge model of the Florida gulf coast”, Florida Watershed Journal, 2011, 4(2), p 22-27. Click here to request publication.
  261. Bacopoulos, P., Parrish, D. M., and Hagen, S. C. (2011). “Unstructured mesh assessment for tidal model of the South Atlantic Bight and its estuaries.” Journal of Hydraulic Research, Special Issue on Coastal and Maritime Hydraulics, 49(4), 487-502. Click here to request publication.
  262. Coggin, D., S.C. Hagen, and M.B. Salisbury, “A Digital Elevation Model for Franklin, Wakulla, and Jefferson CountiesFlorida.” Florida Watershed Journal, 4 (2), 5-10 (Spring 2011). Click here for publication
  263. Dawson, C., E.J. Kubatko, J. J. Westerink, C. Trahana, C. Mirabito, C. Michoskia, N. Pandaa, “Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Modeling Hurricane Storm Surge,” Advances in Water Resources, DOI 10.1016/j.advwatres.2010.11.004, In Press, 2011. Click here for publication
  264. Dietrich, J.C., J.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, J.M. Smith, R. Jensen, M. Zijlema, L.H. Holthuijsen, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, Jr., M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, G.W. Stone, H. Pourtaheri, M.E. Hope, S. Tanaka, L.G. Westerink, H.J. Westerink, Z. Cobell, “Hurricane Gustav (2008) Waves and Storm Surge: Hindcast, Synoptic Analysis and Validation in Southern Louisiana, “Monthly Weather Review, In Press, 2011. Click here for publication
  265. Dietrich. J.C., M. Zijlema, J.J. Westerink, L.H. Holthuijsen, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, R. Jensen, J.M. Smith, G.S. Stelling, G.W. Stone, “Modeling Hurricane Waves and Storm Surge using Integrally-Coupled, Scalable Computations,” Coastal Engineering, 58, 45-65, 2011. Click here for publication
  266. Dietrich, J.C., S. Tanaka, J.J. Westerink, C.N. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, Jr., M. Zijlema, L.H. Holthuijsen, J.M. Smith, L.G. Westerink, H.J. Westerink, “Performance of the Unstructured-Mesh, SWAN+ADCIRC Model in Computing Hurricane Waves and Surge,” Journal of Scientific Computing, In Press, DOI 10.1007/s10915-011-9555-6, 2011. Click here for publication
  267. J.C. Dietrich, J.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, J.M. Smith, R.E. Jensen, M. Zijlema, L.H. Holthuijsen, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich Jr., M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, G.W. Stone, H. Pourtaheri, M.E. Hope, S. Tanaka, L.G. Westerink, H.J. Westerink, Z. Cobell, “Hurricane Gustav (2008) Waves and Storm Surge: Hindcast, Synoptic Analysis and Validation in Southern Louisiana”, Monthly Weather Review, 139:2488-2522, DOI: 10.1175/2011MWR3611.1. Click here to request publication.
  268. Dorman, J., Batten, B., and Hosking, A. (2011) Shaping Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Policy through Science: The North Carolina Sea Level Rise Risk Management Study. Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2011: pp. 511-521.doi: 10.1061/41185(417)45 Click here to request publication.
  269. Florida Watershed Journal (whole issue), Volume 4, Issue 2, 2011. Click here to request publication.
  270. Giardino, D., Bacopoulos, P., and Hagen, S. C. (2011). “Tidal spectroscopy of the Lower St. Johns River from a high-resolution shallow water hydrodynamic model.” International Journal of Ocean and Climate Systems, 2(1), 1-18. Click here to request publication.
  271. Hagen, S. C., Bacopoulos, P., Cox, A. T., and Cardone, V. J. (2011). “Hydrodynamics of the 2004 Florida hurricanes.” Journal of Coastal Research, doi: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-10-00170.1. Click here for publication
  272. Hill, D.F., Griffiths, S.D., Peltier, W.R., Horton, B.P. and Törnqvist, T.E., 2011. High-resolution numerical modeling of tides in the western Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea during the Holocene. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 116: C10014, doi:10.1029/2010JC006896. Click here for publication
  273. Irish, J. L., Song, Y. K., and Chang, K.-A., Probabilistic hurricane surge forecasting using parameterized surge response functions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L03606, 2011. Selected as an AGU Research Spotlight and featured in Eos [92(12), 108]. Click here to request publication.
  274. Irish, J.L., Resio, D.T., Divoky, D., Statistical properties of hurricane surge along a coast, J. Geophys. Res., 116, C10007, 2011. Click here to request publication.
  275. Kennedy, A.B., U. Gravois, B.C. Zachry, J.J. Westerink, M.E. Hope, J.C. Dietrich, M.D. Powell, A.T. Cox, R.A. Luettich, R.G. Dean, “Origin of the Hurricane Ike Forerunner Surge,” Geophysical Research Letters, In Press, 2011. Click here for publication
  276. Medeiros, S.C., Ali, T., Hagen, S.C., Raiford, J.P “Development of a Seamless Topographic/Bathymetric Digital Terrain Modelfor Tampa Bay, Florida.” Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing,77 (12), 1249-1256 (December 2011). Click here for publication.
  277. Michoski, C., C. Mirabito, C. Dawson, D. Wirasaet, E.J. Kubatko, J.J. Westerink, “Dynamic p-enrichment schemes for multicomponent reactive flows,” Advances in Water Resources, 34, 1666-1680, 2011. Click here for publication
  278. Michoski, C., C. Mirabito, C. Dawson, D. Wirasaet, E.J. Kubatko, J.J. Westerink, “Adaptive Hierarchic Transformations for Dynamically p-enriched Slope-limiting over Discontinuous Galerkin Systems of Generalized Equations,” Journal of Computational Physics, 230, 22, 8028-8056, 2011. Click here for publication
  279. Mirabito, C., C. Dawson, E.J. Kubatko, J.J. Westerink, S. Bunya,” Implementation of a Discontinuous Galerkin Morphological Model on Two-Dimensional Unstructured Meshes,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 200, 189-207, 2011. Click here for publication
  280. Mousavi*, M. E., Irish, J. L., Frey, A. E., Olivera, F., and Edge, B. L., Global warming and hurricanes: The potential impact of hurricane intensification and sea level rise on coastal flooding, Clim. Change, 104(3-4), 575-597, 2011.
  281. Tanaka, S., S. Bunya, J.J. Westerink, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, “Scalability of an Unstructured Grid Continuous Galerkin Based Hurricane Storm Surge Model,” Journal of Scientific Computing, 46, 329-358, 2011. Click here for publication
  282. Bacopoulos, P., Dally, W. R., Hagen, S. C., and Cox, A. T. (2012). “Observations and simulation of winds, surge, and currents on Florida’s east coast during Hurricane Jeanne (2004).” Coastal Engineering, 60 (February), 84-94. Click here to request publication.
  283. Bacopoulos, P., Hagen, S. C., Cox, A. T., Dally, W. R., and Bratos, S. (2012). “Observation and simulation of winds and hydrodynamics in St. Johns and Nassau Rivers.” Journal of Hydrology, 420-421 (14 February), 391-402. Click here to request publication.
  284. Blanton, B., J. McGee, J. Fleming, C. Kaiser, H. Kaiser, H. Lander, R. Luettich, K. Dresback, R. Kolar, 2012, “Urgent computing of storm surge for North Carolina’s coast”, Proceida Computer Science 9 (2012) 1677-1686. Click here to request publication.
  285. Butler, T., M. U. Altaf, C. Dawson, I. Hoteit, X. Luo, T. Mayo, 2012: Data assimilation within the advanced circulation (adcirc) modeling framework for hurricane storm surge forecasting. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140, 2215–2231. Click here to request publication.
  286. Chu, P., C.A. Blain, M.K. Cambazoglu, G. Jacobs, R.Allard, F. Bub, D. Krynen, and R.S. Linzell (2012). Multi-Model Validation in the Chesapeake Bay region during Frontier Sentinel 2010, NRL/MR/7320–12-9297, Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, MS, 41 pp. Click here to request publication.
  287. Chu, Philip Y., Gregg A. Jacobs , M. Kemal Cambazoglu & Robert S. Linzell (2012): Multi-Model Validation of Currents in the Chesapeake Bay Region in June 2010, Marine Geodesy, 35:4,399-428,  doi:10.1080/01490419.2012.709477. Click here to request publication.
  288. Dietrich, JC , CJ Trahan, MT Howard, JG Fleming, RJ Weaver, S Tanaka, L Yu, RA Luettich Jr, CN Dawson, JJ Westerink, G Wells, A Lu, K Vega, A Kubach, KM Dresback, RL Kolar, C Kaiser, RR Twilley (2012). “Surface Trajectories of Oil Transport along the Northern Coastline of the Gulf of Mexico.” Continental Shelf Research, 41(1), 17-47, DOI:10.1016/j.csr.2012.03.015. Click here to request publication.
  289. Dresback, K.M., E.M., Tromble, D.G. Reid, R.L. Kolar, T.C.G. Kibbey, C.A. Blain, R.A. Luettich, Jr., C.M. Szpilka, “Evaluation of Baroclinic ADCIRC Using a Process-Oriented Test Along a Slope”, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling XII, M. Spaulding [ed], ASCE, pg. 86-98. Click here to request publication.
  290. Haase, Amy T., David B. Eggleston, Rick A. Luettich, Robert J. Weaver, Brandon J. Puckett, “Estuarine circulation and predicted oyster larval dispersal among a network of reserves,” Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, in press, 2012. Click here to request publication.
  291. Hagen, S.C., and Bacopoulos, P. “Coastal Floodingin Florida’s Big Bend Region with Application to Sea Level Rise Based onSynthetic Storms Analysis.” Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,23(5), 481-500 (October 2012).  Click here for publication.
  292. Medeiros, S. C., S. C. Hagen, J. F. Weishampel. (2012).”Comparison of floodplain surface roughness parameters derived from landcover data and field measurements.” Journal of Hydrology 452-453: 139-149. Click here for publication.
  293. Reynolds-Fleming, Janelle V., Richard A. Luettich & Jason G. Fleming (2012). Comparative Hydrodynamics during Events along a Barrier Island: Explanation for Overwash, Estuaries and Coasts, Vol. 36, Issue 2, DOI 10.1007/s12237-012-9578-8. Click here to request publication.
  294. Sheng, Y.P., J.R. Davis, R. Figueiredo, B. Liu, H. Liu, R. Luettich, V.A. Paramygin, R. Weaver, R. Weisberg, L. Xie, L. Zheng, “A Regional Testbed for Storm Surge and Coastal Inundation Models – An Overview”, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling XII, M. Spaulding [ed], pgs 476-495. Click here to request publication.
  295. Tromble, E., R. Kolar, K. Dresback, R. Luettich, “River Flux Boundary Conditions in a Coupled Hydrologic-Hydrodynamic Modeling System”, Estuarine and Coastal Modeling XII, M. Spaulding [ed], ASCE, pg. 510-527.  Click here to request publication.
  296. Atkinson, J., McKee Smith, J., and Bender, C. (2013). ”Sea-Level Rise Effects on Storm Surge and Nearshore Waves on the Texas Coast: Influence of Landscape and Storm Characteristics.” J. Waterway, Port, Coastal, Ocean Eng., 139(2), 98–117.  Click here to request publication.
  297. Prasad K. Bhaskarah, Sashikant Nayak, Subba Reddy Bontu, P.L.N. Murty, Debabrata Sen (2013). “Performance and validation of a coupled parallel ADCIRC-SWAN mode for THANE cyclone in the Bay of Bengal.” Environmental Fluid Mechanics Vol. 13, Issue 6, pp 601-623. DOI 10.1007/s10652-013-9284-5 Click here to request publication.
  298. Matthew V. Bilskie, Scott C. Hagen “Topographicaccuracy assessment of bare earth lidar-derived unstructured meshes.”Advances in Water Resources, 52, 165-177 (2013). Click here for publication.
  299. Blain, C. A., R. Linzell, and P. McKay (2013). Simple Methodology for Deriving Continuous Shorelines from Imagery: Application to Rivers, J. Waterway, Port, Coastal, Ocean Eng. 2013.139:365-382.
  300. Changsheng, C., R.C. Beardsley, R.A. Luettich Jr, J.J. Westerink, H. Wang, W. Perrie, Q. Xu, A.S. Donahue, J. Qi, H. Lin, L. Zhao, P.C. Kerr, Y. Meng, B. Toulany, “Extratropical Storm Inundation Testbed: Intermodel Comparisons in Scituate, Massachusetts”, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118,. DOI: 10.1002/jgrc.20397 Click here to request publication.
  301. JC Dietrich, CN Dawson, JM Proft, MT Howard, G Wells, JG Fleming, RA Luettich Jr, JJ Westerink, Z Cobell, M Vitse, H Lander, BO Blanton, CM Szpilka, JH Atkinson (2013). “Real-Time Forecasting and Visualization of Hurricane Waves and Storm Surge Using SWAN+ADCIRC and FigureGen.” Computational Challenges in the Geosciences, The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, 156:49-70, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-7434-0_3. Click here to request publication.
  302. Dresback, K.M., J.G. Fleming, B.O. Blanton, C. Kaiser, J.J. Gourley, E.M. Tromble, R.A. Luettich, Jr., R.L. Kolar, Y. Hong, S. Van Cooten, H.J. Vergara, Z.L. Flamig, H.M. Lander, K.E. Kelleher, K.L. Neumunatis-Monroe, “Skill Assessment of a Real-Time Forecast System Utilizing a Coupled Hydrologic and Coastal Hydrodynamic Modeling During Hurricane Irene (2011)”, Continental Shelf Research, 71(2013):78-94, DOI: 10.1016/j.csr.2013.10.007. Click here to request publication.
  303. Hagen, S., Morris, J., Bacopoulos, P., and Weishampel, J. (2013). “Sea-Level Rise Impact on a Salt Marsh System of the Lower St. Johns River.” J. Waterway, Port, Coastal, Ocean Eng., 139(2), 118-125. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000177. Click here to request publication.
  304. M.E. Hope, J.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, P.C. Kerr, J.C. Dietrich, C. Dawson, C.J. Bender, J.M. Smith, R.E. Jensen, M. Zijlema, L.H. Holthuijsen, R.A. Luettich Jr., M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, H. Pourtaheri, H.J. Roberts, J.H. Atkinson, S. Tanaka, H.J. Westerink, L.G. Westerink Hindcast and Validation of Hurricane Ike (2008) Waves, Forerunner, and Storm Surge, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118,. DOI: 10.1002/jgrc.20314 Click here to request publication.
  305. Kerr, P.C., A.S. Donahue, J.J. Westerink, R.A. Luettich Jr., L.Y. Zheng, R.H. Weisberg, Y. Huang, H.V. Wang, Y. Teng, D.R. Forrest, A. Roland, A.T. Haase, A.W. Kramer, A.A. Taylor, J.R. Rhome, J.C. Feyen, R.P. Signell, J.L. Hanson, M.E. Hope, R.M. Estes, R.A. Dominguez, R.P. Dunbar, L.N. Semeraro, H.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, J.M. Smith, M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, “U.S. IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed: Inter-model Evaluation of Tides, Waves, and Hurricane Surge in the Gulf of Mexico”, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118,. DOI: 10.1002/jgrc.20376 Click here to request publication.
  306. Kerr, P.C., R.S. Martyr, A.S. Donahue, M.E., Hope, JJ. Westerink, R.A. Luettich, Jr., J.C. Dietrich, C. Dawson, H.J. Westerink. “U.S. IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed: Evaluation of Tide, Wave, and Hurricane Surge Response Sensitivities to Mesh Resolution and Friction in the Gulf of Mexico”, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118,. DOI: 10.1002/jgrc.20305 Click here to request publication.
  307. Luettich, R.A., Jr., L.D. Wright, R. Signell, C. Friedrichs, M. Friedrichs, J. Harding, K. Fennel, E. Howlett, S. Graves, E. Smith, G. Crane, R. Baltes, “The U.S. IOOS Coastal Ocean Modeling Testbed”, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118, DOI: 10.1002/2013JC008939 Click here to request publication.
  308. Medeiros, S.C., Hagen, S.C. “Review of wetting anddrying algorithms for numerical tidal flow models.” International Journalfor Numerical Methods in Fluids, 71, 473-487 (2013).  Click here for publication.
  309. Reynolds-Fleming, J.V., R.A. Luettich, J.G. Fleming, “Comparative hydrodynamics during events along a barrier island: explanation for overwash”, Estuaries and Coasts,36 (2): DOI: 10.1007/s12237-012-9578-8 Click here to request publication.
  310. Zheng, L., R.H. Weisberg, Y. Huang, R.A. Luettich, Jr., J.J. Westerink, P.C. Kerr, A.S. Donahue, G. Crane, L. Akli, “Implications from the Comparisons Between Two- and Three-dimensional Model Simulations of the Hurricane Ike Storm Surge”, J. Geophysical Research, Oceans, 118,. DOI: 10.1002/jgrc.20248 Click here to request publication.
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  313. M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros, D.L. Passeri (2014). “Dynamics of sea level rise and coastal flooding on a changing landscape.” Geophysical Research Letters, 927-934, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058759 Click here for publication.
  314. P.L.N. Murty, K.G. Sandhya, Prasad K. Bhaskaran, Felix Jose, R. Gayathri, T.M. Balakrishnan Nair, T. Srinivasa Kumar, S.S.C. Shenoi. “A coupled hydrodynamic modeling system for PHAILIN cyclone in the Bay of Bengal.” 2014. Coastal Engineering, 93, 71-81. DOI: doi:10.1016/j.coastaleng.2014.08.006. Click here to request publication.
  315. SW Suh, HY Lee, HJ Kim. Spatio-temporal variability of tidal asymmetry due to multiple coastal constructions along the west coast of Korea. – Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2014.09.007 Click here to request publication.
  316. Blain, C. A., R. P. Mied, P. McKay, W. Chen, and W. J. Rhea (2015), Bathymetrically controlled velocityshear front at a tidal river confluence, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120, 5850–5869, doi:10.1002/2014JC010563. Click here to request publication.
  317. Gayathri R., Murty, P.L.N., Prasad K. Bhaskaran, Srinivasa Kumar, T., (2015). A numerical study of hypothetical storm surge and coastal inundation for AILA cyclone in the Bay of Bengal. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, DOI 10.1007/s10652-015-9434-z Click here to request publication.
  318. Riverside Technology, Inc., & AECOM. 2015. “Mesh Development, Tidal Validation, and Hindcast Skill Assessment of an ADCIRC Model for the Hurricane Storm Surge Operational Forecast System on the US Gulf-Atlantic Coast”. Report prepared for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Ocean Service, Coast Survey Development Laboratory, Office of Coast Survey. doi: 10.7921/G0MC8X6V.
  319. Shaw, Alex, Mohammad Reza Hashemi, Malcolm Spaulding, Bryan Oakley and Chris Baxter. 2016. “Effect of Coastal Erosion on Storm Surge: A Case Study in the Southern Coast of Rhode Island”. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 2016, 4(4), 85; doi:10.3390/jmse4040085
  320. Akbar, Muhammad K., Richard A. Luettich, Jr., Jason G. Fleming and Shahrouz K. Aliabadi. 2017. “CaMEL and ADCIRC Storm Surge Models – A Comparative Study”. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 2017 5(3), 35; DOI: 10.3390/jmse5030035,
  321. Bacopoulos, Peter and Scott C. Hagan. 2017. “The intertidal zones of the South Atlantic Bight and their local and regional influence on astronomical tides.”  Ocean Modelling 119 (2017) 13-34.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2017.09.002Click here to request publication.
  322. Bennett, Vanessa C. C., Ryan P. Mulligan. 2017. “Evaulation of surface wind fields for prediction of directional ocean wave spectra during Hurricane Sandy”. Coastal Engineering, 125, 1-15. Click here to request publication.
  323. Dietrich, J.C., A. Muhammad, M. Curcic, A. Fathi, C.N. Dawson, S.S. Chen, R.A. Luettich Jr. 2017. “Sensitivity of Storm Surge Predictions to Atmospheric Forcing during Hurricane Issac”. J. Waterway, Port, Coastal, Ocean Engineering, 144(1): 04017035. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000419.  Click here to request publication.
  324. Demissie, Henok K., Peter Bacopoulos. 2017. “Parameter estimation of anisotropic Manning’s n coefficient for advanced circulation (ADCIRC) modeling of estuarine river currents (lower St. Johns River)”. Journal of Marine Systems, vol 169, May 2017, pp 1-10. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2017.01.008Click here to request publication.

Papers In Press or In Review

  1. Blain, C.A., R. Linzell, and P. McKay (2012). A simple methodology for deriving continuous shorelines from imagery, J. Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Eng. (accepted Nov. 2012, in press Mar 2013).
  2. Drew, G., Hill, D.F., Piatt, J.F., 2012, “Current effects and the role of tides in fine-scale use of marine bird habitats in a Southeast Alaska hotspot,” Marine Ecology Progress Series, in press.
  3. Hall, G.F., Hill, D.F., Horton, B.P., Engelhart, S.E., Peltier, W.R., 2012, “A high-resolution study of tides in the Delaware Bay: past conditions and future scenarios,” Geophysical Research Letters, in press.
  4. Horton, B.P., Engelhart, S.E., Hill, D.F., Kemp, A., Nikitina, D., Miller, 2012, “Influence of local-scale processes on Holocene sea-level change, New Jersey,” in press.
  5. Medeiros, S.C., Hagen, S.C., Weishampel, J.F. (2012). “Comparison of surface roughness parameters derived from land cover data and field measurements.” Journal of Hydrology, In Revision.