Research



Present Research

ADCIRC Hydrodynamic Modeling for Jacksonville Harbor Navigation Channel Design

Examine Effects of Sea Level Rise within the St. Johns River Water Management District

Computational Ecohydraulics for the Kennedy Space Center Ecological Program

An Integrated Climate Change Impact Assessment Tool for Flooding of the Lower St. Johns River

ADCIRC Mesh & Model Development for FEMA Map Modernization in the Central / Northeast Florida / Georgia Regions

EESLR-NGOM: Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise in the Northern Gulf of Mexico

Coastal Storm Surge Model Development for the Coastal Regions of the Florida Panhandle through Alabama

ADCIRC Mesh & Model Development for FEMA Map Modernization in Franklin, Wakulla & Jefferson Counties

Previous Research

ADCIRC Boundary Condition for Jacksonville Harbor Navigation Channel Design Modeling

Establishing the Application of High Resolution Satellite Imagery to Improve Coastal and Estuarine Models

Hurricane Storm Surge Basin Update with LiDAR Topography

Simulation of Tidal Hydrodyamics on the Continental Shelf and within the Multiple Inlet/Barrier Island Coastline of Northeast Florida

Tidal Boundary Conditions for Coastal Water Models of the SFWMD

Tides and Waves for the National Weather Service River Forecast System

Real-time Forecasting of Winds, Waves and Surge in Tropical Cyclones

MORPHOS-3D (Modeling of Relevant Physics of Sedimentation in Three Dimensions): Water Levels for Hurricanes Charlie, Frances, Ivan, and Jeanne

Simulation of Tidal Currents in the Lower St. Johns River and on the Adjacent Continental Shelf

Two- and Three-Dimensional Modelling of the Loxahatchee River and Estuarine System

A Demonstration of Real-time Tide and Hurricane Storm Surge Predictions for the NWS River Forecast System

Development of a Tidal Constituent Dataset for the St. Johns River Water Management District

Design Hurricane Storm Surge Pilot Study

Implementation of Real-Time Tide and Hurricane Storm Surge Predictions for the National Weather Service River Forecast System

Demonstration of an Optimized Finite Element Mesh for Tide and Storm Surge Modeling Applications in the Western North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea