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Designing improved sediment transport visualizations Binding a GIS data model with human perception research

@article{Englert2013DesigningIS,
  title={Designing improved sediment transport visualizations Binding a GIS data model with human perception research},
  author={Christopher M. Englert and T. Butkiewicz and L. Mayer and V. Schmidt and J. Beaudoin and A. Trembanis and C. DuVal},
  journal={2013 OCEANS - San Diego},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-9}
}
Monitoring, or more commonly, modeling of sediment transport in the coastal environment is a critical task with relevance to coastline stability, beach erosion, tracking environmental contaminants, and safety of navigation. Increased intensity and regularity of storms such as Superstorm Sandy heighten the importance of our understanding of sediment transport processes. A weakness of current modeling capabilities is the ability to easily visualize the result in an intuitive manner. Many of the… Expand

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