Coastal Modeling

Coastal Modeling Group

[41] E. Summers, J. Du , K. Park, K. Kaiser (2023). How does buoyancy behavior impact microplastic transport in an estuarine environment? Science of The Total Environment, 165687 web
[40] Y. Shi, X. Xu, G. Yang, J. Du et al. (2023). High‐Resolution Records of Millennial‐Scale East Asian Winter Monsoon in the Shelf Sea of Eastern China. Geophysical Research Letters, 50 (7), e2022GL102302 pdf
[39] X. Yu, J. Shen, G. Zheng, J. Du (2022). Chlorophyll-a in Chesapeake Bay based on VIIRS satellite data: Spatiotemporal variability and prediction with machine learning. Ocean Modelling, 180, 102119 web
[38] J. Du , W. Zhang, Y. Li (2022). Impact of Gulf Stream Warm-core Rings on Slope Water Intrusion into the Gulf of Maine. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 52, 1797-1815 web
[37] J. Shen, J. Du , L.V. Lucas (2022). Simple relationships between residence time and annual nutrient retention, export, and loading for estuaries. Limnology and Oceanography, 67 (4), 918-933 pdf
[36] T. Dellapenna, C. Hoelscher, L. Hill, V. Bartlett, M. Bell, M.E. Al Mukaimi, J. Du , K. Park, A.H. Knap (2021). Hurricane Harvey delivered a massive load of mercury rich sediment to Galveston Bay, Texas, USA. Estuaries and Coasts, doi:10.1007/s12237-021-00990-7. web
[35] H. Gancel, R. Carmichael, J. Du , K. Park (2021). Use of settlement patterns and geochemical tagging to test population connectivity of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in a freshwater-influenced estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 673, 85-105. pdf
[34] E. Wugaft, Z.A. Wang, J.H. Churchill, T. Dellapenna, S. Song, J. Du , M.C. Ringham, T. Rivlin, B. Lazar (2021). Particle triggered reactions as an important mechanism of alkalinity and inorganic carbon removal in river plumes. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL093178. pdf
[33] J. Du , W.G. Zhang, Y. Li (2021). Variability of deep water in Jordan Basin of the Gulf of Maine: Influence of Gulf Stream warm core rings and the Nova Scotia Current. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 126, 2020JC017136. pdf
[32] J. Du , K. Park, C. Jensen, T. Dellapenna, W. Zhang, Y. Shi (2021). Massive oyster kill in Galveston Bay caused by prolonged low-salinity exposure after Hurricane Harvey. Science of the Total Environment, 774, 145132. web
[31] J. Li, X. Chen, I. Townend, B. Shi, J. Du , J. Gao, X. Chuai, Z. Gong, Y.P. Wang (2021). A comparison study on the sediment flocculation process between a bare tidal flat and a clam aquaculture mudflat: The important role of sediment concentration and biological processes. Marine Geology, 434, 106443. web
[30] X. Yu, J. Shen, J. Du (2021). An inverse approach to estimate bacterial loading into an estuary by using field observations and residence time. Marine Environmental Research, 166, 105263. web
[29] W. Huang, F. Ye, Y.J. Zhang, K. Park, J. Du , S. Moghimi, E. Myers, S. Pe’eri, J.R. Calzada, H.C. Yu, K. Nunez, Z. Liu (2021). Compounding factors for extreme flooding around Galveston Bay during Hurricane Harvey. Ocean Modelling, 158, 101735. web
[28] J. Xiong, J. Shen, Q. Qin, J. Du (2021). Water exchange and its relationships with external forcings and residence time in Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Marine Systems, 215, 103497.
[27] X. Yu, J. Shen, J. Du (2020). A machine-learning-based model for water quality in coastal waters, taking dissolved oxygen and hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay as an example. Water Resource Research, 56, e2020WR027227.
[26] J. Li, Y.P. Wang, J. Du , F. Luo, P. Xin, J. Gao, B. Shi, X. Chen, S. Gao (2020). Effects of Meretrix meretrix on sediment thresholds of erosion and deposition on an intertidal flat. Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology, 21, 129-141.
[25] G. Cheng, Y.P. Wang, G. Voulgaris, J. Du , J. Sheng, J. Xiong, J. Gao, Y. Yang (2020). Sediment exchange between channel and sand ridges in the southern Yellow Sea. Continental Shelf Research, 205, 104169.
[24] Y. Chen, Q. He, J. Shen, J. Du (2020). The alteration of lateral circulation under the influence of human activities in a multiple channel system, Changjiang Estuary. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science, 242, 106823.
[23] Y.J. Zhang, F. Ye, H. Yu, W. Sun, S. Moghimi, E. Myers, K. Nunez, R. Zhang, H.V. Wang, A. Roland, J. Du , Z. Liu (2020). Simulating compound flooding events in a hurricane. Ocean Dynamics, 70, 621-640.
[22] F. Ye, Y.J. Zhang, H. Yu, W. Sun, S. Moghimi, E. Myers, K. Nunez, R. Zhang, H.V. Wang, A. Roland, K. Martins, X. Vertin, J. Du , Z. Liu (2020). Simulating storm surge and compound flooding events with a creek-to-ocean model: Importance of baroclinic effects. Ocean Modelling, 145, 101526.
[21] J. Du , K. Park, X. Yu, Y.J. Zhang, F. Ye (2020). Massive pollutants released to Galveston Bay during Hurricane Harvey: Understanding their retention and pathway using Lagrangian numerical simulations. Science of the Total Environment, 704, 135364.
[20] D. Chen, T. Lang, Y. Pei, J. Du , Y.P. Wang, J. Gao (2019). Hydrodynamics and sediment transport in response to sequential reclamations over subtidal waters near Tianjin Port. Marine Sciences, 43, 113-125 (in Chinese with English abstract).
[19] F. Ye, Y.J. Zhang, R. He, Z. Wang, H.V. Wang, J. Du (2019). Third-order WENO transport scheme for simulating the baroclinic eddying ocean on an unstructured grid. Ocean Modelling, 143, 101466.
[18] Z. Wang, H. Wang, J. Shen, F. Ye, Y. Zhang, F. Cai, Z. Liu, J. Du (2019). An analytical phytoplankton model and its application in the tidal freshwater James River. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 224, 228-244.
[17] Y. Shi, J.H. Gao, H. Sheng, J. Du , J.J. Jia, Y.P. Wang, J. Li, F.L. Bai, Y.N. Chen (2019). Cross-front sediment transport induced by quick oscillation of the Yellow Sea Warm Current: Evidence from the sedimentary record. Geophysical Research Letters, 6, 226–234.
[16] J. Du , K. Park, J. Shen, Y.J. Zhang, X. Yu, F. Ye, Z. Wang, N.N. Rabalais (2019). A hydrodynamic model for Galveston Bay and the shelf in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Ocean Science, 15, 951-966.
[15] J. Du , K. Park (2019). Estuarine salinity recovery from an extreme precipitation event: Hurricane Harvey in Galveston Bay. Science of the Total Environment, 670, 1049-1059.
[14] J. Du , K. Park, T.M. Dellapenna, J.M. Clay (2019). Dramatic hydrodynamic and sedimentary responses in Galveston Bay and adjacent inner shelf to Hurricane Harvey. Science of the Total Environment, 653, 554-564.
[13] J. Du , B. Shi, J. Li, Y.P. Wang (2019). Muddy coast off Jiangsu, China: physical, ecological, and anthropogenic processes. In Sediment Dynamics of Chinese Muddy Coasts and Estuaries (X. Wang, ed.), Academic Press, pp. 25-49.
[12] F. Ye, Y.J. Zhang, H.V. Wang, M.A.M. Friedrichs, I.D. Irby, E. Alteljevich, A. Valle-Levinson, Z. Wang, H. Huang, J. Shen, J. Du (2018). A 3D unstructured-grid model for Chesapeake Bay: Importance of bathymetry. Ocean Modelling, 127, 16-39.
[11] J. Du , K. Park, J. Shen, B. Dzwonkowski, X. Yu, B. Yoon (2018). Role of baroclinic processes on flushing characteristics in a highly stratified estuarine system, Mobile Bay, Alabama. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 123, 4518-4537.
[10] J. Xiong, Y.P. Wang, S. Gao, J. Du , Y. Yang, J. Tang (2018). Estimation of near-bed wave orbital velocities and wave-related shear stresses using in situ measurements. Limnology & Oceanography: Methods, 16, 594-606.
[9] J. Du , J. Shen, K. Park, Y.P. Wang, X. Yu (2018). Worsened physical condition due to climate change contributes to the increasing hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay. Science of the Total Environment, 630, 707-717.
[8] J. Du , J. Shen, Y.J. Zhang, F. Ye, Z. Liu, Z. Wang, Y.P. Wang, X. Yu, M. Sisson, H.V. Wang (2018). Tidal response to sea‐level rise in different types of estuaries: the importance of length, bathymetry, and geometry. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 227-235.
[7] J. Du , J. Shen (2017). Transport of riverine material from multiple rivers in the Chesapeake Bay: Important control of estuarine circulation on the material distribution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122(11), 2998-3103.
[6] J. Du , J. Shen, D.M. Bilkovic, C.H. Hershner, M. Sisson (2017). A numerical modeling approach to predict the effect of a storm surge barrier on hydrodynamics and long-term transport processes in a partially mixed estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 40(2), 387-403.
[5] J. Du , J. Shen (2016). Water residence time in Chesapeake Bay for 1980–2012. Journal of Marine Systems, 164, 101-111.
[4] J. Du , J. Shen (2015). Decoupling the influence of biological and physical processes on the dissolved oxygen in the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 120(1), 78-93.
[3] J. Du , Y. Wang (2014). Evolution simulation of radial sand ridges in the southern Yellow Sea. Journal of Nanjing University: Natural Sciences, 50(5), 636-645 (in Chinese with English abstract).
[2] X. Yu, J. Du , J. Gao, Y. Yang, J. Ran, F. Li, Y. Liu, Y. Cheng (201). The influence of hydrodynamic characteristics on the distribution of chlorophyll concentration in the maximum turbidity of the Yalu Estuary. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 34(2), 101-113 (in Chinese with English abstract).
[1] J. Du , Y. Pei, J. Gao, X. Yu, F. Wang, C. Fan, H. Wang, Y. Wang (2012). The suspended sediment transport associated with low flow patterns in shallow waters: a case study from the Tianjin subtidal area. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 34(1), 136-144 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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