Category: Publications

Apr 09

Publication | Defining Flood Zone Transitions in Low‐Gradient Coastal Regions

M.V. Bilskie & S.C. Hagen (2018). “Defining Flood Zone Transitions in Low-Gradient Coastal Regions.” Geophysical Research Letters, In Press, doi: 10.1002/2018GL077524. Abstract Worldwide, coastal, and deltaic communities are susceptible to flooding from the individual and combined effects of rainfall excess and astronomic tide and storm surge inundation. Such flood events are a present (and future) cause of concern …

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Dec 05

Publication | Astronomic tides and nonlinear tidal dispersion for a tropical coastal estuary with engineered features (causeways): Indian River Lagoon

M.V. Bilskie, P. Bacopoulos, S.C. Hagen (2017). “Astronomic tides and nonlinear tidal dispersion for a tropical coastal estuary with engineered features (causeways): Indian River Lagoon.” Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science. In Press. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2017.11.009 Abstract Astronomic tides and nonlinear tidal dispersion were assessed for the Indian River lagoon system, a tropical coastal estuary (located in central east Florida) with …

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Aug 25

Systems Approaches for Coastal Hazard Assessment and Resilience

S.C. Hagen, D.L. Passeri, M.V. Bilskie, D.E. DeLorme, D. Yaskowitz (2017). “Systems Approaches for Coastal Hazard Assessment and Resilience.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science. DOI:10.1093/acrefore/9780199389407.013.28 The framework presented herein supports a changing paradigm in the approaches used by coastal researchers, engineers, and social scientists to model the impacts of climate change and sea level …

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Nov 14

Publication | Coastal wetland response to sea-level rise in a fluvial estuarine system

K. Alizad, S.C. Hagen, J.T. Morris, S.C. Medeiros, M.V. Bilskie, J.F. Weishampel (2016). “Coastal wetland response to sea-level rise in a fluvial estuarine system.” Earth’s Future. In-Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2016EF000385.   Abstract Coastal wetlands are likely to lose productivity under increasing rates of sea-level rise (SLR). This study assessed a fluvial estuarine salt marsh system using the Hydro-MEM model under four …

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Apr 30

Publication | Data and numerical analysis of astronomic tides, wind-waves, and hurricane storm surge along the northern Gulf of Mexico

M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros, A.T. Cox, M. Salisbury, D. Coggin  (2016). “Data and numerical analysis of astronomic tides, wind-waves, and hurricane storm surge along the northern Gulf of Mexico.” Journal of Geophysical Research, In Press. doi: 10.1002/2015JC011400. Abstract The northern Gulf of Mexico (NGOM) is a unique geophysical setting for complex tropical storm-induced hydrodynamic processes that …

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Apr 23

Publication | Tidal hydrodynamics under future sea level rise and coastal morphology in the northern Gulf of Mexico

D.L. Passeri, S.C. Hagen, M.V. Bilskie, S.C. Medeiros, K. Alizad (2016). “Tidal hydrodynamics under future sea level rise and coastal morphology in the northern Gulf of Mexico.” Earth’s Future, Online 4/4/2016. Abstract This study examines the integrated influence of sea level rise (SLR) and future morphology on tidal hydrodynamics along the Northern Gulf of Mexico (NGOM) coast …

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Feb 15

Publication | A Coupled, two-dimensional hydrodynamic-marsh model with biological feedback

  K. Alizad, S.C. Hagen, J.T. Morris, P. Bacopoulos, M.V. Bilskie, J.F. Weishampel, S.C. Medeiros (2016). “A coupled, two-dimensional hydrodynamic-marsh model with biological feedback.” Ecological Modeling, 327, 29-43,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2016.01.013 Abstract A spatially-explicit model (Hydro-MEM model) that couples astronomic tides and Spartina alterniflora dynamics was developed to examine the effects of sea-level rise on salt marsh productivity in northeast Florida. …

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Oct 05

Publication | Terrain-driven unstructured mesh development through semi-automatic vertical feature extraction

M.V. Bilskie, D. Coggin, S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros (2015). “Terrain-driven unstructured mesh development through semi-automatic vertical feature extraction.” Adv. Water Resources, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.09.020 Abstract: A semi-automated vertical feature terrain extraction algorithm is described and applied to a two-dimensional, depth-integrated, shallow water equation inundation model. The extracted features describe what are commonly sub-mesh scale elevation details (ridge and …

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