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Last Updated: 27-11-2019 17:55
Linares, A., Wu, C. H., Anderson, E. J., Chu, P. Y. 2018. Role of Meteorologically Induced Water Level Oscillations on Bottom Shear Stress in Freshwater Estuaries in the Great Lakes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. American Geophysical Union. 123. 4970-4987
Analysis, Climate change, Estuary, Fresh water, Lakes, Management, Sediment, Water quality, Climate, Seasonal patterns, Atmosphere
This study evaluates the impacts of meteorologically-induced water level oscillations (MIWLOs) on the severity of bottom shear stress in a freshwater estuary in the Laurentian Great Lakes system (U.S.). The results of the study have implications for managing sediment transport in coastal, estuarine areas.