Mick van der Wegen

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[1] This study investigates the possibility of hindcasting‐observed decadal‐scale morphologic change in San Pablo Bay, a subembayment of the San Francisco Estuary, California, USA, by means of a 3‐D numerical model (Delft3D). The hindcast period, 1856–1887, is characterized by upstream hydraulic mining that resulted in a high sediment input to the estuary.(More)
Coastal and shoreline management increasingly needs to consider morphological change occurring at decadal to centennial timescales, especially that related to climate change and AC C EP TE D M AN U SC R IP T ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT 2 sea-level rise. This requires the development of morphological models operating at a mesoscale, defined by time and length scales(More)
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