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CURRENTS, WAVES, TIDES
Design and Implementation of a Wireless Video Camera Network for Coastal Erosion Monitoring
Applications for sensor networks in coastal environments
Development of An Inundation Forecast System for Massachusetts Coastal Waters
Impact of current-wave interaction on storm surge simulation: A case study for Hurricane Bob
Coastal flooding in Scituate (MA): A FVCOM study of the 27 December 2010 nor’easter
Extratropical storm inundation testbed: Intermodel comparisons in Scituate, Massachusetts
U.S. Annual Report: Update on Status of Invasive Species Research
Anthropogenic and External Influences on the Gulf of Maine: Workshop Summary
Advancing an Ecosystem Approach in the Gulf of Maine
Ocean Sciences Quiz
Impact of Current-Wave Interactions on Storm Surge Simulation: A Case Study for Hurricane Bob
Modeling 2010 in Massachusetts Bay using the unstructured-grid Bay Eutrophication Model
Multiscale Response of the Shelf-Estuarine-Wetland to Severe Weather: A Fully Wave-Current Coupled FVCOM System
Mechanism Studies of Seasonal Variability of Dissolved Oxygen in Massachusetts Bay: A Multi-Scale FVCOM/UG-RCA Application
Observing system simulation experiments for dissolved oxygen in Massachusetts Bay
The Use of Turbulent Jets to Destratify the Charles River Basin
Tidal Dynamics in the Gulf of Maine and New England Shelf: An Application of FVCOM
Wetland-estuarine-shelf interactions in the Plum Island sound and Merrimack River in the Massachusetts Coast
EOF-based constrained sensor placement and field reconstruction from noisy ocean measurements: Application to Nantucket Sound
Northeast Coastal Ocean Forecast System (NECOFS) poster
Impact of high-frequency nonlinear internal waves on plankton dynamics in Massachusetts Bay
A New Model System Aimed to Simulate Interdisciplinary Multi-Scale Oceanic Processes: A Tool for Great Lakes’ Ecosystem
Transient Tidal Eddy Project Data Report: Winter 2008-09
Application and Comparison of Kalman Filters for Coastal Ocean Problems: an Experiment with FVCOM
The Northeast Coastal Ocean Forecast System (NECOFS): An Example of Sub-regions in Buzzard Bay
The Northeast Coastal Ocean Forecast System (NECOFS) and Storm Surge and Inundation Prediction: Status and Initial Ideas
Hydrodynamics of Tidal Flow Across A Submarine Sand Ridge: Lessons from Middle Ground
Nantucket Sound Circulation - Observations, Analysis and Model Development
Minimally Intrusive Strategies for Fault Detection and Energy Monitoring
A Diffusive Transport Mechanism for Fine Sediment
Multi-phase Properties in Uniform Stratified and Flowing Environments
Validation Studies of Models TEA and ELA in Boston Harbor and Mass Bay
Spectral Wave Attenuation by Bottom Friction: Theory
Morphodynamics of Tidal Inlet Systems in Maine
Tidal distortions and flood dominance at five small tidal inlets in southern Maine.
Spectral wave attenuation by bottom friction: experiments.
A finite-depth wind-wave model. Part I: model description.
Time series analysis of ocean waves
A parametric wind wave model for arbitrary water depths
LONGSHORE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT DATA: A REVIEW
AN ANALYSIS OF LONGSHORE CURRENT AND ASSOCIATED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE SURF ZONE
A LONGSHORE CURRENT MODEL
A USER'S MANUAL FOR "DISPER-2" A MULTI-LAYER FINITE ELEMENT DISPERSION MODEL
A USER'S MANUAL FOR "CAFE-2" A TWO-LAYER FINITE ELEMENT CIRCULATION MODEL
A realistic model of the wind-induced ekman boundary layer.
WAVES AND WAVE FORCES
NUMERICAL MODELING OF DISPERSION IN STRATIFIED WATERS
APPLICATION OF ESTIMATION THEORY TO DESIGN OF SAMPLING PROGRAMS FOR VERIFICATION OF COASTAL DISPERSION PREDICTIONS
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF DISPERSION IN STRATIFIED WATERS
A TWO-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT DISPERSION MODEL A USER'S MANUAL FOR "DISPER-1"
A TWO-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT CIRCULATION MODEL A USER'S MANUAL FOR "CAPE-1"
A HYBRID ELEMENT METHOD FOR CALCULATING THREE-DIMENSIONAL WATER WAVE SCATTERING
The response of Massachusetts Bay to wind stress.
MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY PART 3. A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR THE DISPERSION OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS IN COASTAL WATERS
MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY
How pharmaceuticals and personal care products affect our environment: and what you can do to make a difference
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