Carolina Coastal Change Processes

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Warner, J.C., Armstrong, B., He, R., and Zambon, J. (2010). Development of a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport (COAWST) Modeling System, Ocean Modelling, 35, 230-244. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2010.07.010

Voulgaris, G., Kumar, N., and Warner, J.C. (2010). A methodology for the prediction of rip currents using a 3-D numerical, coupled, wave-current model. 1st International Rip Current Symposium, Conference Proceedings, Feb 17-19, 2010, Miami, FL.

Voulgaris, G., and J.P. Morin, 2008, A Long-Term Real Time Sea Bed Morphology Evolution System in the South Atlantic Bight. Proceedings of the IEEE/OES/CMTC Ninth Working Conference on Current Measurement Technology, 2008 IEEE: 71:79.

List, J.H., and Ashton, A.D., 2007, A circulation modeling approach for evaluating the conditions for shoreline instabilities, Proceed. Coastal Sediments 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana, Amer. Soc. Civil Eng., Reston, VA, pp. 327-340.

List, J.H., Hanes, D.M., and Ruggiero, P., 2007, Predicting longshore gradients in longshore transport: comparing the CERC formula to Delft3D. Proceed. 30th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, San Diego, California, World Scientific, Singapore,pp. 3370-3380.

List, J.H., McNinch, J.E., Hanes, D., and Lescinski, J., 2007, Shoreface Control of Shoreline Change Hotspots, Marine Geology.

Sanay, R., G. Voulgaris, and J.C. Warner, 2007, Influence of Tidal Asymmetry and Residual Circulation on Sediment Transport in Linear Sandbanks: A Processes-Oriented Numerical Study. Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, Vol 112, C12015,doi:10.1029/2007JC004101.