A high-resolution integrated hydrology-hydrodynamic model of the Barataria Basin system

@article{Inoue2008AHI,
  title={A high-resolution integrated hydrology-hydrodynamic model of the Barataria Basin system},
  author={Masamichi Inoue and Dongho Park and Dubravko Justic and William J. Wiseman},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={1122-1132}
}
An attempt was made to build a model that can simulate salinity variations in Barataria Basin, and can ultimately be used for managing day-to-day operation of freshwater diversion aimed to rebuild coastal wetland in the surrounding area near the Mississippi River delta. A high-resolution (O (100 m)) integrated hydrology–hydrodynamic model of the Barataria Basin has been developed to simulate the local hydrological cycle over the surrounding drainage basin and hydrodynamics within the basin. A… CONTINUE READING

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