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Modelling Coastal Sea Processes Proceedings of the International Ocean and Atmospheric Pacific Conference

Proceedings
By: John Noye
349 pages, Figs, tabs
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Covers a range of topics including the modelling of tides and storm surges (especially inundation due to surges), the analysis of modelled or recorded data to permit prediction of tide heights over tidal flats and tidal currents in the presence of coastal eddies, and the modelling of dispersion of fish larvae from spawning grounds to coastal nurseries.

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A 3D numerical model of tides and surges in coastal seas with tidal flats, B.J. Noye et al; analysis and prediction of tide heights over tidal flats and currents involving eddies, G.D. Lewis and B.J. Noye; recent developments in the theory and modelling of storm surges, Y.M. Tang and R.H.J. Grimshaw; prawn larvae advection-diffusion modelling in Spencer Gulf, South Australia, J.B. Nixon and B.J. Noye; modelling currents and dispersion in Boston Bay, South Australia, during the 1996 tuna disaster, B.J. Noye et al; river inlets and tidal draw, R.D. Braddock et al. (Part contents)

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Proceedings
By: John Noye
349 pages, Figs, tabs
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