Selected Papers from the 14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference by Richard P. SignellSelected Papers from the 14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference by Richard P. Signell

Selected Papers from the 14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference

EditorRichard P. Signell

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The 14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference provided a venue for commercial, academic, and government scientists and engineers from around the world to present and discuss the latest results and techniques in applied estuarine and coastal modeling. Prospective authors were invited to submit papers on a wide range of topic areas, including:

Coastal Resiliency

Pollutant Transport and Water Quality Prediction

Modeling Techniques and Sensitivity Studies

Model Assessment

Modeling Specific Estuarine and Coastal Systems

Model Output Visualization and Analysis Techniques

Wave and Sediment Transport Modeling

Modeling of Chemicals and Floatables

Oil Spill Transport and Fate Modeling

Inverse Methods

Facility Siting and CSO Studies

Data Assimilation Techniques

Nowcast/Forecast Modeling Systems

Coupled Models of Terrestrial, Atmospheric, Coastal Systems

Modeling Systems with Strong Buoyancy Forcing

Risk Analysis

This Special Issue presents a selection of papers from the conference; the papers give insight, both into current research and commercial developments, and highlight areas where further research or engineering studies are required.

Title:Selected Papers from the 14th Estuarine and Coastal Modeling ConferenceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:420 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 1.14 inPublished:April 14, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3038423629

ISBN - 13:9783038423621

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Table of Contents

An Open-Access, Multi-Decadal, Three-Dimensional, Hydrodynamic Hindcast Dataset for the
Long Island Sound and New York/New Jersey Harbor Estuaries

Performance Assessment of NAMI DANCE in Tsunami Evolution and Currents Using a
Benchmark Problem

Application of an Unstructured Grid-Based Water Quality Model to Chesapeake Bay and Its
Adjacent Coastal Ocean

Effects of Harbor Shape on the Induced Sedimentation; L-Type Basin

An Exploration of Wind Stress Calculation Techniques in Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling

Influence of Wind Strength and Duration on Relative Hypoxia Reductions by Opposite Wind
Directions in an Estuary with an Asymmetric Channel

Statistical Interpolation of Tidal Datums and Computation of Its Associated Spatially
Varying Uncertainty

Long-Term Morphological Modeling of Barrier Island Tidal Inlets

Assessment of Damage and Adaptation Strategies for Structures and Infrastructure from Storm
Surge and Sea Level Rise for a Coastal Community in Rhode Island, United States

Dynamic Reusable Workflows for Ocean Science

Combining Inverse and Transport Modeling to Estimate Bacterial Loading and Transport in
a Tidal Embayment

Improvements for the Western North Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico ADCIRC Tidal
Database (EC2015)

Application of the Forward Sensitivity Method to a GWCE-Based Shallow Water Model

Simulating the Response of Estuarine Salinity to Natural and Anthropogenic Controls

Model Development and Hindcast Simulations of NOAA’s Gulf of Maine Operational
Forecast System

Tidal Datum Changes Induced by Morphological Changes of North Carolina Coastal Inlets

Modeling Water Clarity and Light Quality in Oceans

Development of the Hydrodynamic Model for Long-Term Simulation of Water Quality Processes of
the Tidal James River, Virginia

Effect of Coastal Erosion on Storm Surge: A Case Study in the Southern Coast of Rhode Island

Multi-Layered Stratification in the Baltic Sea: Insight from a Modeling Study with Reference to
Environmental Conditions

Towards the Development of an Operational Forecast System for the Florida Coast