Verification and Validation of the Coastal Modeling System. Report 2: CMS-Wave

@inproceedings{Lin2011VerificationAV,
  title={Verification and Validation of the Coastal Modeling System. Report 2: CMS-Wave},
  author={Lihwa Lin and Zeki. Demirbilek and Robert C. Thomas and James. Rosati},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract : There are four reports documenting the Verification and Validation (V&V) of the Coastal Modeling System (CMS): an executive summary, waves, circulation, and sediment transport/morphodynamics, respectively. This is the second technical report (Report 2) that describes the wave modeling component of the V&V study. The goal of the report was to critically assess both general and special predictive skills of CMS-Wave, a spectral wave model in the CMS developed to address a variety of… CONTINUE READING

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