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Aug 27

PORTS ’13 – Seattle, WA

M.V. Bilskie, “Hydrodynamic Modeling of Tides and Hurricane Storm Surge for Pre- and Post-Dredging Conditions in the Lower St. Johns River, Florida.” ASCE COPRI PORTS ’13, Seattle, WA, August 25-28, 2013. Abstract: The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Jacksonville District, is conducting a study for improving navigation near Jacksonville Harbor in the lower St. …

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Jul 28

US Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM12)

M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Medeiros, S.C. Hagen, “Development of a High-Resolution Tide-, Wind-, and Wave-Driven Ocean Circulation Model for the Northern Gulf of Mexico.” 12th International Congress on Computational Mechanics, Raleigh, NC, July 22-25, 2013. Abstract:The northern Gulf of Mexico is a complex hydrodynamic system including low-lying topography and networks of rivers, bays, marshlands, the Intracoastal …

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Jul 25

Publication | Topographic Accuracy Assessment of Bare Earth lidar-derived Unstructured Meshes

M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Hagen (2013). “Topographic Accuracy Assessment of Bare Earth idar-derived Unstructured Meshes.” Advances in Water Resources, 52, 165-177,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.09.003 This study is focused on the integration of bare earth lidar (Light Detection and Ranging) data into unstructured (triangular) finite element meshes and the implications on simulating storm surge inundation using a shallow water equations …

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May 25

Integrated Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Marsh Evolution Under Sea Level Rise in Apalachicola, Florida

K. Alizad, M.V. Bilskie, D. Passeri (2013). “Integrated Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Marsh Evolution Under Sea Level Rise.” Florida Watershed Journal, http://www.flwatershedjournal.org/?p=248. The northern Gulf of Mexico is home to a vast amount of coastal ecosystems that provide natural and economic resources. Rising sea levels may threaten these resources with increased flood magnitude and frequency, …

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