Coupling of Sea Level Rise, Tidal Amplification, and Inundation

@inproceedings{Holleman2014CouplingOS,
  title={Coupling of Sea Level Rise, Tidal Amplification, and Inundation},
  author={Rusty C. Holleman and Mark T. Stacey},
  year={2014}
}
AbstractWith the global sea level rising, it is imperative to quantify how the dynamics of tidal estuaries and embayments will respond to increased depth and newly inundated perimeter regions. With increased depth comes a decrease in frictional effects in the basin interior and altered tidal amplification. Inundation due to higher sea level also causes an increase in planform area, tidal prism, and frictional effects in the newly inundated areas. To investigate the coupling between ocean… CONTINUE READING

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