Impacts of Historic Morphology and Sea Level Rise on Tidal Hydrodynamics in a Microtidal Estuary (Grand Bay, Mississippi)

Impacts of Historic Morphology and Sea Level Rise on Tidal Hydrodynamics in a Microtidal Estuary (Grand Bay, Mississippi)

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Passeri, D. L., Hagen, S. C., Medeiros, S. C., Bilskie, M. V. 2015. Impacts of Historic Morphology and Sea Level Rise on Tidal Hydrodynamics in a Microtidal Estuary (Grand Bay, Mississippi). Continental Shelf Research. Elsevier, Ltd. Number 111. 150-158

Analysis, Estuary, Sea level, Sea level rise, Tidal, Flow conditions, Geomorphology, Marsh

This study evaluated the impacts of sea level rise on tidal hydrodynamics in a microtidal estuary in Mississippi (Grand Bay, MS, U.S.). Using historic and projected geomorphology, the results of the study indicate that landscape changes and sea level rise increase the hydrodynamic response of microtidal estuarine systems like Great Bay.

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