The Role of Meteorological Forcing on the St. Johns River (Northeastern Florida)
Water surface elevations in the St. Johns River (Northeastern Florida) are simulated over a 122-day time period spanning June 1–September 30, 2005, which relates to a particularly active hurricane season for the Atlantic basin, and includes Hurricane Ophelia that significantly impacted the St. Johns River. The hydrodynamic model employed for calculating two-dimensional flows is the ADCIRC (Advanced Circulation Model for Oceanic, Coastal, and Estuarine Waters) numerical code.
Publisher - Elsevier
Subjects - Weather, Modelling
Collection: Section 2: Water Quality (2014)
Citation: Bacopoulos P, Funakoshi Y, Hagen SC, Cox AT, Cardone VJ. 2009. 2009. The Role of Meteorological Forcing on the St. Johns River (Northeastern Florida). Journal of Hydrology; 369(1-2):55-70 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.02.027