Dr. Alan Blumberg

GEORGE MEADE BOND PROFESSOR & DIRECTOR OF DAVIDSON LABORATORY
Building: Davidson Laboratory
Room: Room 200
Phone: 201.216.5289
Fax: 201.216.8214
Email: ablumber@stevens.edu
Education
  • Post-Doctoral - Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
  • Ph.D.-  The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • M.A. - The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
  • B.S -  Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ
Research

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The main focus of Dr. Blumberg's work is in urban oceanography. He studies the interaction between coastal waters and the adjoining urban environment and the interaction between the urban environment and the adjoining coastal waters.  A large part of his work is in the creation of ocean observing and forecasting systems which are used for environmental studies, surface vessel operations, and for securing the future safety and sustainability of urban coastal regions. His research makes use of numerical models, laboratory experiments and field measurements. Long-term research interests address new perspectives on the evolution of urban-environment interactions to create sustainable and resilient 21st century coastal city regions. 

Dr. Blumberg is presently leading several major studies to predict and assess storm flooding events in New York and New Jersey. He is working with the NY City Mayor’s office on the effects of sea level rise on coastal flooding, with the NJ Governor’s Office on state-wide storm surge reduction alternatives and with NASA and NOAA assessing impacts from storms of the future. He worked in every major estuary in the United States and many coastal environments around the world including the North West Approaches, and the coastal waters offshore of Norway and around the island of Oahu.  

The modeling systems are based on the Princeton Ocean Model which he co-developed and its derivative, shallow water version, ECOMSED. Approximately 3000 groups throughout the world now adopt this model. Presently, he leads the New York Harbor Observation and Prediction System (NYHOPS), which facilitates an assessment of ocean, weather, and environmental conditions throughout the New York Harbor region. He is at the forefront of hydrodynamic model develop­ment and application and has written over 150 peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings. 

Dr. Blumberg currently serves as a member UCAR’s UCACN, a body of scientists, practitioners and stakeholders who provide advice to the National Weather Service thorough its National Centers for Environmental Prediction on all aspects of its operation and planning and is a member of the New York City Panel on Climate Change. He has served on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Science Advisory Board where an evaluation was conducted of the complex scientific and technical issues that affect the causes, location, magnitude and duration of the hypoxic zone in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. He was appointed in 2003 to the Ocean Modeling Review Panel that was commissioned by the NOAA Science Advisory Board to review the current ocean science and technology operational prediction capacity and capability that exist within NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction. He serves periodically as a member of the California Bay/Delta Authority’s Interagency Ecological Program Science Advisory Group.

Dr. Blumberg is the recipient of the 2001 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize and the 2007 Denny Medal from the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. In 2013 he was elected a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society and in 2006 he was elected a Fellow of the ASCE. He serves as a member of the organizing committee of ASCE’s prestigious biannual Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference and was an associate editor of their leading journal, the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. Dr. Blumberg is also active with the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) as past Associate Editor of Estuaries and through frequent presentations at CERF conferences. He delivered the opening presentation at the CERF 2003 Conference. His work on hurricane intensity reduction was featured in a National Geographic Special in 2008. Dr. Blumberg is often called upon by the media to comment on current science related events and he has been featured in The New York Times, The Record, USAToday, on WCBS News Radio and television stations CNBC, WCBS, CN8 and NJN.

 

General Information

Student Dissertations  

Ph.D. Dissertations Supervised:

Anne Pence – 2005,  “Dominant Forces in an Estuarine Complex with Multiple Tributaries and Free Connections to the Open Ocean with Application to Sediment Transport,” Stevens Institute of Technology.

Ganesh Gopalakrishnan – 2008, “ Surface Current Observations Using High Frequency Radar and its Assimilation into the New York Harbor Observing and Prediction System”, Stevens Institute of Technology.

Nickitas Georgas – 2010, “Establishing Confidence in Marine Forecast Systems: Design of a High Fidelity Marine Forecast Model for the NY/NJ Harbor Estuary and its Adjoining Coastal Waters”, Stevens Institute of Technology.

Liang Kuang – 2013, “Assimilation of High-Frequency Radar Surface Currents into a Coastal Ocean Model of the Middle Atlantic Bight”, Stevens Institute of Technology.

Carine Costa - 2017, "Implement sECOM coastal ocean model for Santos-São Vicente-Bertioga Estuarine System (SSVBES)", University of Sao Paulo. Brazil.

Ph.D. Dissertation Committees Served On:

Xue-Yong Zhang – 1995. "Ocean Outfall Modeling - Interfacing Near and Far Field Models with Particle Tracking Method”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Marco Bijvelds – 2001, "Numerical modelling of estuarine flow over steep topography", Delft University of Technology The Netherlands.

Xiao Li –2001, "A Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Model for Nearshore Coastal Regions”, Stevens Institute of Technology

Mark Vincent –2002. “The Tampa Bay Coastal Prediction System”, University of South Florida.

Harry C. Friebel – 2005, “Wind Stress on Wave Form in the Surf Zone”, Stevens Institute of Technology.

Paul von Dohlen – 2006, "Novel Approaches to Particle-Tracking Simulations for Time-Dependent Velocity Fields" Stevens Institute of Technology.

Matteo Ottaviani – 2006, "A Model of Sunglint," Stevens Institute of Technology.

Philip Orton – 2010 “Estuary Turbulence and Air-Water CO2 Exchange”, Columbia University.

Jindong Wang – 2010   "Flow kinematics controlling tracer movement and boundary layer development in the lower Hudson River Estuary," Stony Brook University.

 Zhenyi Lin  - 2016,  "Developments of radiative transfer models with application to the coupled atmosphere-ocean system for unpolarized as well as polarized radiation," Stevens Institute of Technology.

 

Externally Funded Research 

“City-Wide Floatables Study Sources, Fate and Control of Floatable Materials in New York Harbor”, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1989 – 1991, $250,000

 “3-Dimensional Coastal Tidal Modeling” Office of Naval Research, March 1993 – March 1998, $856,684

“Modeling Analysis of Thermal Discharges in Gowanus Bay, New York, Northeast Power Generation Co., June – September 1999, $65,000

“Modeling the Impact on Newark Bay Due to the Discharge of Deicing Chemicals from Newark Airport”, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, September 1999 – June 2000, $50,000 

 “Improved Ocean Environment (Phase I, Camp Pendleton)”, Office of Naval Research, July 1999 – April, $178,744

“Development of a System-Wide Eutrophication Model (SWEM) of New York/New Jersey Harbor”, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, June 1999 – August 2000, $275,000

  “Improved Ocean Environment (Phase II, Fleet Battle Experiment Hotel)”, Office of Naval Research, April 2000 –August 2001, $247,193

“Review of Circulation in the New York Harbor Region”, New York Power Authority, August – October 2001, $11,000

 “A Model for the Evaluation and Management of Contaminants of Concern in Water, Sediments and Biota in the NY/N J Harbor Estuary”, Hudson River Foundation, January 2002 – December 2004, $308,000

 “The Stevens Integrated Maritime Surveillance and Forecast System”, Office of Naval Research, 2003-2004, $1,326,000

“Expansion and Enhancement of the Stevens Integrated Maritime Surveillance and Forecast System”, Office of Naval Research, 2004 – 2005, 1,450,000

 “Enhancements to the UDP Meteorological Network Based on Observations and Predictions from the New York Harbor Observation and Prediction System”, Dept. of Homeland Security, 2005-2006, $50,000

 “New York Harbor Vessel Operation Support System”, NJ Dept. of Transportation, 2004-2005 $265,000

 “NJTRWP Data Integration –Water Quality and Hydrodynamics”, NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection, 2003, $59,969

 “Improving Marine Forecasts over New Jersey Coastal Waters”, NOAA National Weather Service, 2004-2006, $79,461

“Observations and Forecasts from the Urban Ocean Observatory: Improving the NYC Urban Dispersion Program Meteorological Network”, Dept. of Homeland Security, 2004, $56,000

“Estuarine and Coastal Ocean Forecasts Limitations – Why do Forecasts go wrong?” DARPA, 2005-2006, $218,886

“The Stevens Integrated Maritime Surveillance and Forecast System”, Office of Naval Research, 2005, $236,936

“Modeling Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter in New York Harbor”, Office of Naval Research, 2005-2007, $52,353

 “NJ Toxics Reduction Work plan for NY-NJ Harbor: Data Analysis”, NJ DEP, 2004, $60,570

 “Evaluating the effects of the use of the water injection dredging method in the Hudson River” Union Dry Dock, 2004, $36,253

“Harnessing Ocean Wave Energy”, US EPA, 2006- 2007, $10,000

 “New York New Jersey Harbor Operations Support System”, New Jersey Department of Transportation, 2004-2008, $262,143

“Investigation of Coastal CDOM Distribution Using In Situ Data”, Office of Naval Research, 2008-2009, $29,976

 “NY-NJ Harbor Navigation and Vessel Safety Support System (NAVSAFE)” N.J. Dept. of Transportation, $790,000

 “Towards a Community Sediment Transport Model”, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, 2007-2009, $43,481

 “HF Radar National Network Data Management Development”, University of California-San Diego, 2006-2009, $125,000

 “An Ensemble Kalman Filtering Approach for Regional Ocean Data Assimilation”, Atmospheric Environmental Research, Inc., 2007- 2009, $62,350

“HRECOs Website Refinements”, New York Department of Environmental Conservation, 2009-2010, $23,957

“Production development of female dominant mullet populations to Improve production and the enhancement of egg roe for Batarekh/Karasumi production”, U.S. Agency for International Development, 2009-2010, $451,110

“Hydrodynamic Model Development”, CH2M Hill, 2009-2010, $34,160

“Hudson River Sloop Clearwater as a Mobile Hydrology Station”, Hudson River Foundation, 2009-2010, $15,693

“Forecasting in Poorly Sampled Estuarine Environments”, DARPA, 2007-2010, $3,031,552

 “Middle East Regional Cooperation Program (MERC): Integration of Gilthead Seabream, Sparus aurata, Culture with Shellfish and Seaweeds in a Polyculture System to Increase Profitability and Reduce Environmental Enrichment”, U.S. Agency For International Development, 2008, $247,500.00

“Flood Forecasting for the Lower Hackensack River”, N.J. Meadowlands Commission, 2008, $141,680

HRECOS Website Refinements - Basic Maintenance and Improvements to the HRECOS Database and "Live Data" Website”, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 2010-2011, $5,000

“Fate & Transport of Contaminants in the Arthur Kill”, Water Science and Engineering LLC, 2010-2011, $48,200

“Quanta Sediment Stability Study”, Honeywell/QEA, 2009-2010, $34,160

 “Development of an assimilative model prediction tool in response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill”, New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, 2010-2011, $50,000

 “Interactions between Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge” NOAA, 2010-2011, $ 540,893

“Phased Deployment and Operation of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Coastal Observing System (MARCOOS)”, Rutgers University, 2007-2011, $343,154

 “Hydraulic Study for Bridge Creek Realignment - New York Container Terminal Berth 4 Project”, New York Container Terminal Inc., 2011, $144,991

 “HRECOS Database Maintenance and Improvements to the HRECOS Database and "Live Data" Website” New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 2011, $28,000

“Phased Deployment and operation of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Coastal Observing System (MARCOOS)”, Rutgers University, 2010-2012, $114,000

 “Model-Based Systems Development (MBSD) Initiatives” Lockheed Martin, 2013, $10,000

“Proposed Technical Study of the Effects of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Flooding in New York City”, New York City Office of Emergency Management, 2013, $179,457

“Navigations and Vessel Safety Support System (NAVSAFE), NJ DOT, 2009-2013, $726,853

“Storm Surge Reduction Alternatives for Barnegat Bay” New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, 2013-2014, $98,262

“Integration of Gilthead Seabream, Sparus Aurata” United States Agency for International Development, 2007-2014, $936,210

“Flood Adaptation Strategies for the NJ Hudson River Waterfront”, New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, 2013-2014, $193,360

“Inundation Hazard Assessment for New York City from Hurricane Storm Surge, Rainfall, and Climate Change” National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2012-2012, $226,163

“The Hudson River Flood Hazard Decision Support System - Accurate Modeling of Flood Zones for Combined Sea Level Rise, Storm Surge, and Rain”, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, 2013-2015, $133,758

“Building resilience to storm surges and sea level rise: A comparative study of coastal zones in New York City and Boston”, Columbia University, 2012-2015, $56,039

“HRECOS DB/WEB 2015”, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 2015, $30,000

“Real-Time Observations in the Hudson River during Extreme Events”, Hudson River Foundation, 2013-2016, $75,000

“Inundation Hazard Assessment for New York City from Hurricane Storm Surge, Rainfall, and Climate Change”, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2015-2016, $89,704

“Quantifying the Value and Communicating the Protective Services of Living Shorelines using Flood Risk Assessment”, U.S. Department of Commerce-National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2013-2016, $328,604

 “Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast: "Interactions between Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge", Columbia University, 2010-2016, $455,116

 “HRECOS Support for 2016”, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 2016, $40,000

“Rebuild by Design - Hudson River Project, Technical Assistance for RBDH" New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, 2015-2017, $112,495

“A High Fidelity Storm Surge Inundation Forecast and Warning System for the New Jersey Transit Hoboken Train Terminal”, New Jersey Transit, 2016-2018, $694,557

“Develop High-Resolution Storm Surge Forecasts for Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Facilities Vulnerable to Flood Waters”, Port Authority of New York/New Jersey, 2014-2019, $6,560,523

 

 

Experience

 

Qiang Tang – 2017, “Particulate Optical Depth Retrievals over the Ocean from Collocated Lidar and Microwave Satellite Observations, Stevens Institute of Technology. 

Professional Service
  • Director, 2007 to present, Center for Maritime Systems, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
  • Director, 2005 to 2006, Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
  • Deputy Director, 2003 to 2006, Center for Maritime Systems, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
  • George Meade Bond Professor of Ocean Engineering, 2002 to present, Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
  • Principal Consultant, 2002 to 2005; HydroQual, Inc., Mahwah, NJ
  • Principal Scientist, 1985 to 2002; HydroQual, Inc., Mahwah, NJ
  • Executive Vice President, 1999 to 2002; HydroQual, Inc., Mahwah, NJ
  • Senior Scientist/Vice President, 1979 to 1985; Dynalysis of Princeton, Inc., Princeton, NJ
  • Research Associate, 1977 to 1979; Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Honors & Awards
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 2013
  • Denny Medal, Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology, 2007
  • Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2006.
  • Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2001
  • Distinguished Visiting Scientist, Naval Oceanographic Office, 1996-1997
  • M.A. (Engineering) honoris causa, 2011; Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ.
Appointments
  • Visiting Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2016.
  • Associate Editor, J. of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 1996 to 2006.
  • Associate Editor, Estuaries, 2002 to 2006.
  • Member, IOOS Modeling and Analysis Steering Team (MAST), 2006 to 2009.
  • Member, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science Advisory Board, 2006 to 2007.
  • Member, Ocean Modeling Review Panel, NOAA Science Advisory Board, 2003 to 2005.
  • Member, American Meteorological Society Committee, Coastal Environment, 2004 to 2006.
  • Member, Technical Advisory Committee for USEPA - Region 2 “Lower Passaic River Restoration Project”, 2006 to 2011.
  • Member and Chair, Faculty Council - Stevens Institute of Technology, 2008 to 2010.
  • Official Visitor, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission/UNESCO, 2011.
  • Member, External Advisory Committee, CCNY Earth System Science & Environmental Engineering Program, 2010 to present.
Professional Societies
  • American Meteorological Society
  • American Geophysical Union
  • American Society of Civil Engineering
  • Estuarine Research Federation
  • Oceanography Society
Selected Publications
Journals
  1. Keenan, J.M, A.F. Blumberg, and E Westerhof. (2017). "Implementation Strategy ", J.M. Keenan and C.W. Weisz, Blue Dunes - Climate Change by Design, Columbia University Press Books on Architecture and the City. 177 - 186.
  2. Blumberg, A.F. and S. Vinogradov. (2017). "Coastal Ocean Modeling: The Central Evidence", J.M. Keenan and C.W. Weisz, Blue Dunes - Climate Change by Design, Columbia University Press Books on Architecture and the City. 123 - 136.
  3. Archer, C and A. F. Blumberg. (2017). "Coastal Protection via Offshore Wind Farms: A Transformative Idea", J.M. Keenan and C.W. Weisz, Blue Dunes - Climate Change by Design, Columbia University Press Books on Architecture and the City. 118 - 122.
  4. R. Marsooli, P. M. Orton, G. L. Mellor, A. F. Blumberg, and N. Georgas. (2017). "A Coupled Wave-Circulation Model for Numerical Simulation of Storm Tides and Waves", Atmos and Ocean Tech, DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-17-0005.1. (34), 1449 - 1467.
  5. N. Georgas, A. Blumberg, T. Herrington, T. Wakeman, F. Saleh, D. Runnels, A. Jordi, K. Ying, L. Yin, V. Ramaswamy, A. Yakubovskiy, O. Lopez, J. McNally, J. Schulte, and Y. Wang. "The Stevens Flood Advisory System: Operational H3-E flood forecasts for the Greater New York / New Jersey Metropolitan Region", International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering, (6), 648 - 662.  Link  .
  6. Blumberg, A. F.. (2016). "Physical Oceanographic Modeling of the Inner Continental Shelf", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, doi:10.1121/1.4970450. 140 (4), 3288 - 3288.
  7. T. Meir, J. Pullen, A. Blumberg, T. Holt, P. Bieringer, and G. Bieberbach. (2017). "Simulation of Airborne Transport and Dispersion for Urban Waterside Releases", Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 56 27 - 44.
  8. Jordi, A., Georgas, N. & Blumberg. (Apr 2017). "A Parallel Domain Decomposition Algorithm for Coastal Ocean Circulation Models Based on Integer Linear Programming", Ocean Dynamics, Springer.  Link  .
  9. Close, S. L., F. Montalto, P. Orton, A. Antoine, D. Peters, H. Jones, A. Parris and A. Blumberg. (2016). "Achieving Sustainability Goals for Urban Coasts in the US Northeast: Research Needs and Challenges", Local Environment, DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2016.1233526.
  10. Orton, P.M., Hall, T.M., Talke, S.A., Blumberg, A.F., Georgas, N. and S. Vinogradov. (Oct 2016). "A Validated Tropical-Extratropical Flood Hazard Assessment for New York Harbor", Journal of Geophysical Research / Oceans, AGU.  Link  .
  11. Saleh, F., Ramaswamy, V., Georgas, N., Blumberg, A., and Pullen. (Apr 15, 2016). "A Retrospective Streamflow Ensemble Forecast for an Extreme Hydrologic Event: A Case Study of Hurricane Irene and on the Hudson River Basin", Hydrology and Earth System Sciences,  Link  .
  12. Marsooli, R., P. M. Orton, N. Georgas, and A. F. Blumberg. (May 2016). "Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Modeling of Coastal Flood Mitigation by Wetlands", Coastal Engineering, 111 83-94.  Link  .
  13. Pietrafesa, L., A. Blumberg, and X. Li. (2016). "Variability of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Hydrological Phenomena", Advances in Meteorology, 2016.
  14. Orton, P. M., T. M. Hall, N. Georgas, F. Conticello, F. Cioffi, U. Lall, S. Vinogradov, and A. F. Blumberg. (2015). "Hazard assessment from storm tides and rainfall on a tidal river estuary", Paper accepted for the IAHS World Congress, The Hague, The Netherlands, 10pp.
  15. Blumberg, A., N. Georgas, L. Yin, T. Herrington and P. Orton, J. (2015). "Street Scale Modeling of Storm Surge Inundation along the New Jersey Hudson River Waterfront", Atmos and Ocean Tech, 8 (32), 1486-1497.  Abstract  .
  16. Weisz, C., A. F. Blumberg and J. M. Keenan. (2015). "Design Meets Science in a Changing Climate: A Case for Regional Thinking to Address Urban Coastal Resilience", Social Research, 3 (82), 839-857.  Link  .
  17. Orton, P. , S. Vinogradov, N. Georgas, A. Blumberg, N. Lin, V. Gornitz, C. Little, K. Jacob and R. Horton. (2015). "Dynamic Coastal Flood Modeling", Ann. New York Acad. Sci., (1336), 56-66.  Abstract  .
  18. Orton, P. M., S. A. Talke, D. A. Jay, L. Yin, A. F. Blumberg, N. Georgas, H. Zhao, H. J. Roberts, and K. MacManus. (2015). "Channel Swallowing as Mitigation of Coastal Flooding", Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 3 (3), 654-673.
  19. Georgas, N., P. Orton, A. Blumberg, L. Cohen, D. Zarrilli, L. Yin. (2014). "The Impact of Tidal Phase on Hurricane Sandy's Flooding Around New York City and Long Island Sound", Journal of Extreme Events,  Abstract  .
  20. Philip Orton, Nickitas Georgas, Alan Blumberg, Julie Pullen. (2012). "Detailed Modeling of Recent Severe Storm Tides in Estuaries of the New York City Region", J. Geophys. Res.. doi:10.1029/2012JC008220.
  21. L. Kuang, A. F. Blumberg, and N. Georgas. (2012). "Assessing the Fidelity of Surface Currents from a Coastal Ocean Model and HF Radar using Drifting Buoys in the Middle Atlantic Bight", Ocean Dynamics. DOI 10.1007/s10236-012-0556-2.
  22. E. Zaron, M.-A. Pradal, P.D. Miller, A. F. Blumberg, N. Georgas, W. li, and J. M. Cornuelle. (2011). "Bottom Topography Mapping via Nonlinear Data Assimilation", Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 28, 1606 - 1623.
  23. G. Gopalakrishnan and A. F. Blumberg. (2012). "Assimilation of HF radar-derived surface currents on tidal-timescales", Journal of Operational Oceanography. 5 (1), 75- 85.
  24. T. DiLiberto, B. A. Colle, N. Georgas and Alan F. Blumberg, and A.A Taylor. "Verification of a Multi-Model Storm Surge Ensemble Around New York City and Long Island During the Cool Season", Weather and Forecasting. doi.org/10.1175/WAF-D-10-05055.1. 26, 922-939.
  25. G. Gopalakrishnan and A. F. Blumberg. (2011). "Surface currents in Raritan Bay, New Jersey: Importance of HF radar first-order Doppler settings", Journal of Operational Oceanography. 4 (2), 41-53.
  26. A. Talukder, A. Panangadan, N. Georgas, T. Herrington, and A. F. Blumberg. (2010). "Integrated operational control of unattended distributed coastal sensor web systems with mobile autonomous robots", IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. 3 (4), 442-450.
  27. Georgas N., and A. F. Blumberg. "Establishing Confidence in Marine Forecast Systems: The design and skill assessment of the New York Harbor Observation and Prediction System, version 3 (NYHOPS v3)", Eleventh International Conference in Estuarine and Coastal Modeling (ECM11) November 4-6, 2009 Seattle, Washington. Spalding, M. L., Ph.D., P.E., American Society of Civil Engineers. 660-685.
  28. Bhushan, S., Blumberg, A. F., and N. Georgas. "Comparison of NYHOPS hydrodynamic model SST predictions with satellite observations in the Hudson River tidal, estuarine, and coastal plume region", Eleventh International Conference in Estuarine and Coastal Modeling (ECM11) November 4-6, 2009 Seattle, Washington. Spalding, M. L., Ph.D., P.E., American Society of Civil Engineers. 11-26.
  29. A. F. Blumberg. (2009). "Present In the Moment - Operational Oceanography and Emergency Response", Journal of Operational Oceanography. 2 (2), 2.
  30. M. C. Kerman, W. Jiang, A. F. Blumberg, and S. E. Buttrey. (2009). "The Application of a Quantile Regression Metamodel for Salinity Event Detection Confirmation within New York Harbor Oceanographic Data", Journal of Operational Oceanography. 2 (1), 49-70.
  31. G. Gopalakrishnan, A. F. Blumberg, and R. I. Hires. (2008). "Assimilating Data into an Estuarine Coastal and Ocean Circulation Model", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 685 - 703.
  32. M. C. Kerman, W. Jiang, A. F. Blumberg, and S. E. Buttrey. (2008). "A comparison of robust metamodels for the uncertainty quantification (UQ) of New York Harbor oceanographic data", Journal of Operational Oceanography. 1 (2), 1, 2, 4-13.
  33. R. N. Hoffman, R. M. Ponte, E. Kostelich, A. F. Blumberg, I. Szunyogh, S. Vinogradov and J.M. Henderson. (2008). "A Simulation Study Using a Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter for Data Assimilation in New York Harbor", J. Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 25, 1648- 1656.
  34. A. F. Blumberg and N. Georgas. (2008). "Quantifying Uncertainty in Estuarine and Coastal Ocean Circulation Modeling", J. Hydraulic Engineering. 134, 403-415.
  35. N. Georgas, A. F. Blumberg and T. O. Herrington. (2007). "An Operational Coastal Wave Forecasting Model for New Jersey and Long Island Waters", Shore and Beach. 75 (2), 30-35.
  36. J. Pullen, T. Holt, A. F. Blumberg, and R. D. Bornstein. (2007). "Atmospheric Response to Local Upwelling in the Vicinity of New York/New Jersey Harbor", J. Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 46, 1031-1052.
  37. D. G. Heimbuch, D. J. Dunning, Q. E. Ross and A. F. Blumberg. (2007). "Assessing Potential Effects of Entrainment and Impingement on Fish Stocks of the New York-New Jersey Harbor Estuary and Long Island Sound", Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. (DOI: 10.1577/T06090.1). 136: 492-508.
  38. D. J. Dunning, Quentin E. Ross, A. F. Blumberg and D. G. Heimbuch. (2006). "Transport of Striped Bass Larvae Out of the Hudson River Estuary", In: Hudson River Fishes and their Environment, Waldman, J., K. Limburg, and D. Strayer, Eds. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. 273-288.
  39. A. F. Blumberg and F. L. Hellweger. (2006). "Hydrodynamics of the Hudson River Estuary", In: Hudson River Fishes and their Environment, Waldman, J., K. Limburg, and D. Strayer, Eds. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. 9 - 28.
  40. Fan, S., A F. Blumberg, M. S. Bruno, D. Kruger, and B. Fullerton. (2006). "The Skill of an Urban Ocean Forecast System", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 603-618.
  41. M. S. Bruno, A. F. Blumberg and T. O. Herrington. (2006). "The Urban Ocean Observatory - Coastal Ocean Observations and Forecasting in the New York Bight", Journal of Marine Science and Environment. C4, 1 - 9.
  42. A.K.M.Q. Ahsan and A.F. Blumberg, A. J. Thuman, and T. W. Gallagher. (2005). "Geomorphological and Meteorological Control of Estuarine Processes - Modeling Analyses using a High Resolution 3D Hydrodynamic Model", J. Hydraulic Engineering. 131, 259-272.
  43. M. S. Bruno, A. F. Blumberg. (2004). "An Urban Ocean Observatory - Real-time Assessments and Forecasts of The New York Harbor Marine Environment", Sea Technology. 45, 27-32.
  44. F. L. Hellweger, A. F. Blumberg, P. Schlosser, and D. T. Ho. (2004). "Mixing in the Hudson Estuary: The Role of Estuarine Circulation and Tidal Trapping", Estuaries. 27 527-538.
  45. N. Georgas and A. F. Blumberg. (2004). "The Influence of Centrifugal and Coriolis Forces on the Circulation in a Curving Estuary", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 541- 558.
  46. Ahsan, Q. A. F. Blumberg, H. Li, W. Schroeder and C. Szczechowski. (2002). "Forecasting the Environment of the Littoral Waters in the Northern Gulf of Mexico", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 966-981.
  47. Ahsan, Q., C. N. Barron, J. Blaha A. F. Blumberg, P. J. Fitzpatrick, D. Herndon, H. J. Herring, Y. L. Hsu, T. R. Keen, H. Li, Y. Li, R. C. Patchen, C. Szczechowski, R. Willems and P. Wilz. (2002). "Northern Gulf of Mexico Littoral Initiative Modeling Program", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 949- 965.
  48. Lewis, J. K., A. F. Blumberg, B. N. Kim. (1999). "Spatial Decorrelation Scales in Coastal Regions: A Precursor to More Accurate Data Assimilation", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, American Society of Civil Engineers. 1150-1166.
  49. Lewis, J.K., Y.L. Hus and A.F. Blumberg. (1994). "Boundary Forcing and a Dual-Mode Calculation Scheme for Coastal Tidal Models Using Step-Wise Bathymetry", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 422-431.
  50. Ziegler, C.K., J.D. Bales, J.C. Robbins and A.F. Blumberg. (1994). "A Comparative Analysis of Estuarine Circulation Simulation Using Laterally Averaged and Vertically Averaged Hydrodynamic Models", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 447-460.
  51. Signell, R.P., H.L. Jenter and A.F. Blumberg. (1994). "Modeling the Seasonal Circulation in Massachusetts Bay", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 578-590.
  52. Kjerfve, B., H. E. Seim, and A.F. Blumberg. (1992). "Modelling of the Residual Circulation in Broken Bay and the Lower Hawkesbury River, NSW", Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 43, 1339-1357.
  53. Slordal, L.H., E.A. Martinsen and A.F. Blumberg. (1992). "3D Hydrodynamic Model Validation Through Simulations of Dynamic Processes", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 525-537.
  54. Galperin, B., A.F. Blumberg and R.H. Weisberg. (1992). "The Importance of Density Driven Circulation is Well Mixed Estuaries: The Tampa Bay Experience", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 332-341.
  55. Blumberg, A.F., L.J. Dodge and W.M. Leo. (1989). "CSO Induced Circulation in Marine Tributaries", Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, ASCE. 142-153.
  56. A.F. Blumberg. (1977). "On the Dynamic Balance of the Chesapeake Bay Waters", Chesapeake Science. 18, 319-232.
  57. A.F. Blumberg. (1970). "Electo-Optics: A Brief Survey", Spectra - The Student Journal of the College of Science and Engineering. Fairleigh Dickinson University. 6 (2), 8-10, 12, 33.
  58. D. G. Heimbuch, D. J. Dunning, Quentin E. Ross, and A. F. Blumberg. (2005). "Effect of Entrainment and Impingement on Fish Stocks of the New York-New Jersey Harbor Estuary and Long Island Sound", Estuaries, 131 259-272.
  59. Vinogradova, N., S.Vinogradov, D.Nechaev, V.Kamenkovich, A.F.Blumberg, Q.Ahsan, and H.Li. (2005). "Evaluation of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Littoral Initiative Model based on the observed temperature and salinity in the Mississippi Bight", Marine Technology Society Journal, 39 (2), 25- 38.  Download  (1.15 MB PDF).
  60. G. L. Mellor and A. F. Blumberg. (2004). "Wave Breaking and Ocean Surface Layer Thermal Response", Journal of Physical Oceanography, 34 693-698.
  61. A. F. Blumberg, S. O'Neil and B.N. Kim. (2003). "Environmental Impacts of a Desalination Facility Proposed for Tampa, Florida", Journal of Marine Environmental Engineering, 7 25-45.
  62. A.K.M.Q. Ahsan and A.F. Blumberg. (1999). "A Three-Dimensional Hydrothermal Model of Onondaga Lake, New York", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 125 912-923.  Download  (214 KB PDF).
  63. A.F. Blumberg, L.A. Khan and J. P. St. John. (1999). "Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Simulations of the New York Harbor, Long Island Sound and the New York Bight", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 125 799-816.  Download  (546 KB PDF).
  64. J.P. Connolly, A.F. Blumberg and J.D. Quadrini. (1999). "Modeling the Fate of Pathogenic Organisms in the Coastal Waters of Oahu, Hawaii", Journal of Environmental Engineering, 125 398-406.  Download  (0.99 MB PDF).
  65. I. Shulman, J.K. Lewis, A.F. Blumberg and B. N. Kim. (1998). "Optimized Boundary Conditions and Data Assimilation with Application to the M2 Tide in the Yellow Sea", Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 15 1066-1071.  Download  (466 KB PDF).
  66. A.F. Blumberg and D.W. Pritchard.. (1997). "Estimates of the Transport through the East River, New York", Journal of Geophysical Research, 5685-5703.  Download  (1.33 MB PDF).
  67. A.F. Blumberg, Z.G. Ji and C.K. Ziegler. (1996). "Modeling Outfall Plume Behavior Using a Far Field Circulation Model", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 610-616.  Download  (672 KB PDF).
  68. Slordal, L.H., E.A. Martinsen and A.F. Blumberg. (1994). "Modeling the Response of an Idealized Coastal Ocean to a Travelling Storm and to Flow Over Bottom Topography", Journal of Physical Oceanography, 1689-1705.  Download  (1.19 MB PDF).
  69. A.F. Blumberg, R.P. Signell and H.L. Jenter. (1993). "Modeling Transport Processes in the Coastal Ocean", Journal of Marine Environmental Engineering, 1 (31-52), 1689-1705.  Download  (2.14 MB PDF).
  70. A.F. Blumberg, B. Galperin and D.J. O'Connor. (1992). "Modeling the Vertical Structure of Open Channel Flows", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 118 1119-1134.  Download  (952 KB PDF).
  71. L.H. Kantha, A.F. Blumberg and G.L. Mellor. (1990). "Computing Phase Speeds at Open Boundaries", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 116 592-597.  Download  (308 K PDF).
  72. A.F. Blumberg and L.H. Kantha. (1985). "Open Boundary Condition for Circulation Models", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 111 237-255.  Download  (0.98 MB PDF).
  73. A.F. Blumberg and G.L. Mellor. (1985). "A Simulation of the Circulation in the Gulf of Mexico", Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 34 122-144.  Download  (1.62 MB PDF).
  74. A.F. Blumberg and G.L. Mellor. (1983). "Diagnostic and Prognostic Numerical Circulation Studies of the South Atlantic Bight", Journal of Geophysical Research, 88 4579-4592.  Download  (1.05 MB PDF).
  75. L.H. Kantha, G.L. Mellor and A.F. Blumberg. (1982). "A Diagnostic Calculation of the General Circulation in the South Atlantic Bight", Journal of Physical Oceanography, 12 805-819.  Download  (1.08 MB PDF).
  76. C.L. Kerr and A.F. Blumberg. (1979). "An Analysis of a Local Second-Moment Conserving Quasi-Lagrangian Scheme for Solving the Advection Equation", Journal of Computational Physics, 32 1-9.  Download  (342 KB PDF).
  77. A. F. Blumberg. (1978). "Closure to Numerical Tidal Model of Chesapeake Bay", Journal of the Hydraulics Division, ASCE, 104 1103-1103.
  78. A. F. Blumberg. (1977). "Numerical Model of Estuarine Circulation", Journal of the Hydraulics Division, ASCE, 103 295-310.  Download  (343 KB PDF).
  79. A.F.Blumberg, D. J. Dunning, H. Li, R.C. Geyer and D. Heimbuch. (2004). "A Particle-Tracking Model for Predicting Entrainment at Power Plants on the Hudson River", Estuaries. 27, 515-526 .
  80. A. F. Blumberg. (1977). "Numerical Tidal Model of Chesapeake Bay", Journal of the Hydraulics Division, ASCE, 103 1-10.  Download  (487 KB PDF).
  81. A. F. Blumberg. (2002). "Donald W. Pritchard Award", Estuarine Research Federation Newsletter. 28 (1), 1 & 14.
  82. R. P. Signell, H. L. Jenter and A. F. Blumberg. (2000). "Predicting the Physical Effects of Relocating Boston's Sewage Outfall", Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 50 59-72.  Download  (405 KB PDF).
  83. A.F. Blumberg and B. N. Kim. (2000). "Flow Balances in St. Andrew Bay Revealed through Hydrodynamic Simulations", Estuaries, 23 21-33.  Download  (1.28 MB PDF).
  84. J. K. Lewis, I. Shulman and A.F. Blumberg. (1998). "Assimilation of Doppler Radar Current Data into Numerical Ocean Models", Continental Shelf Research, 18 541-559.  Download  (745 KB PDF).
  85. D.M. Goodrich and A.F. Blumberg. (1991). "The Fortnightly Mean Circulation of Chesapeake Bay", Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 32 1-12.  Download  (711 KB PDF).
  86. A.F. Blumberg and D.M. Di Toro. (1990). "Effects of Climate Warming on Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in Lake Erie", Transactions of American Fisheries Society, 119 210-223.  Download  (951 KB PDF).
  87. A.F. Blumberg and D.M. Goodrich. (1990). "Modelling Wind-Induced Destratification in Chesapeake Bay", Estuaries, 13 236-249.  Download  (1.06 MB PDF).
  88. Wang, J.D., A.F. Blumberg, H.L. Butler and P. Hamilton. (1990). "Transport Prediction in Partially Stratified Tidal Waters", Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 116 380-396.  Download  (1.20 MB PDF).
  89. A.F. Blumberg and G.L. Mellor. (1987). "A Description of a Three-Dimensional Coastal Ocean Circulation Model", In: Three-Dimensional Coastal Ocean Models, N. Heaps, Ed., 1-16, American Geophys. Union,  Download  (1.88 MB PDF).
  90. A.F. Blumberg and L.Y. Oey. (1985). "Models of Circulation and Mixing in Estuaries and Coastal Oceans", Advances in Geophysics, 28A 525-547.  Download  (1.12 MB PDF).
  91. Mellor, G.L. and A.F. Blumberg. (1985). "Modeling Vertical and Horizontal Viscosity and the Sigma Coordinate System", Monthly Weather Review, 113 1379-1383.  Download  (370 KB PDF).
  92. L.H. Kantha, G.L. Mellor and A.F. Blumberg. (1981). "Diagnostic Calculations of the Circulation in the Middle and South Atlantic Bights", Ocean Modeling, 37 5-8.  Download  (823 KB PDF).
  93. A.F. Blumberg and G.L. Mellor. (1980). "A Coastal Ocean Numerical Model", Mathematical Modeling of Estuarine Physics, Proceedings of an International Symposium, Hamburg, August 24 to 26, 1978, J. Sundermann and K.P. Holz, Eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 203-219.  Download  (527 KB PDF).
  94. A. F. Blumberg. (1978). "The Influence of Density Variations on Estuarine Tides and Circulations", Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science, 6 209-215.  Download  (343 KB PDF).
Newspapers
  1. "No, Hurricane Irma is not a Category 6 storm", Newsday, Sept 12, 2017.  Download  .
  2. "A 5-mile Island Built to Save Lagosís Economy has a Worrying Design Flaw", Quartz Media, Mar 18, 2017.  Download  .
  3. "Come Hype or High Water, One Forecaster Got it Right", NorthJersey.com, Sep 9, 2016.  Download  .
  4. "Plan to Flood-Proof Hoboken Runs Into a Wall", New York Times, Feb 7, 2016.  Download  (1612 kb PDF).
  5. "A City Or A Swamp? One Year Later, Hoboken Still Struggling With Sandy", Think Progress, Oct 28, 2015.  Download  .
  6. "Better Safe than Sandy", The Hudson Reporter, Oct 11, 2015.  Download  .
  7. "If Joaquin Were to Come Here It Would Be Much Worse Than Sandy", The Hudson Reporter, Oct 2, 2015.  Download  .
  8. "NJ Transit Gets US Flood Aid", NJ.com, Feb 7, 2015.  Download  .
  9. "How to Think Like the Dutch in a Post-Sandy World", New York Times, Apr 9, 2014.  Download  .
  10. "After Sandy, Feds Mull Plan for Artificial Islands", Associated Press, Mar 29, 2014.  Download  .
  11. "A Year After Sandy, Living Dangerously by the Sea", Science Time, Oct 13, 2013.  Download  .
  12. "New Way to Fight Hurricanes", Hudson Reporter, Mar 9, 2014.  Download  .
  13. "Hurricane Intensity Reduction Effort via Sea Surface Cooling", Climate Viewers News, Sep 8, 2013.  Download  .
  14. "Advising Flight 1549 Rescuers, From the Stevens Institute", New York Times, Feb 13, 2009.  Download  .
  15. "Rowing on the River", The Star Ledger, Jun 11, 2007.  Download  .
  16. "N.J. Scientists Eye Method for Reducing Hurricane Power", USA Today, Aug 4, 2006.  Download  .
  17. "College Keeps Ears Peeled for Dangers from the Sea", The Record, Jan 15, 2005.  Download  .
  18. "Watching the Water and Reading the Ripples", NY Times, Dec 22, 2004.  Download  .
TV/Video/Radio
  1. "NJ Oceanographer Can Forecast Tidal Flooding", NBC New York 4, Sept. 12, 2017.  Download  .
  2. "PA Teams with Stevens for Flood Protection", Sept. 9, 2017.  Download  .
  3. "Why is Houston so Vulnerable to Flooding", FOX 5 NY, Sept. 1, 2017.  Download  .
  4. "How the Topography Affected Flooding in Houston", FOX 5 News, Aug. 31, 2017.  Download  .
  5. "The Strangest Weather on Earth", The Weather Channel, Jun 21, 2017.  Download  .
  6. "Fox News Report - Americas Cup", FOX 5 News, May 5, 2016.  Download  .
  7. "Hurricane Slayer", FOX 5 News, Nov 4, 2014.  Download  .
  8. "Website Will Provide Street-by-Street Flood Forecasts Before a Storm", CBS News, Oct 31, 2014.  Download  .
  9. "New Flood Prevention Technology", NJ Capitol Report, Aug 15, 2014.  Download  .
  10. "The Feds are Bananas When it Comes to Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding", NJ.com, Apr 3, 2014.  Download  .
  11. "Can You Fight a Hurricane?", FOX 5 News, Jun 23, 2014.  Download  .
  12. "Competition Highlights Design Proposals to Prevent Future Storm Damage", NJ TV News, Apr 3, 2014.  Download  .
  13. "Scientists Submit Proposals To Protect New Jerseyís Coastline From Future Hurricanes", CBS Philly, Apr 2, 2014.  Download  .
  14. "One Idea For Protecting NY, NJ From Powerful Storms: Man-Made Islands", CBS NY, Mar 30, 2014.  Download  .
  15. "Weather Modification", NBC, Dec 3, 2012.  Download  .
  16. "Professors Cover Hurricane Irene on National and Local Media", CNBC , Nov 30, 2012.  Download  .
  17. "Flight 1549 Rescue", Feb 20, 2009, WMBC.  Download  .
Magazines
  1. "Throw Cold Water on the Oceanís Surface?", Hurricane, Vicki Cobb, 2017.  Download  .
  2. "A Hoboken Oceanographer Discovers Where the Currents Carry the Bodies ", 07030, Jun 1, 2017.  Download  .
  3. "This App Will Help Hoboken Residents Stay Dry During a Flood", Stevens News, Mar 27, 2017.  Download  .
  4. "Student Success Sourcing the Storm", Stevens News, Mar 5, 2017.  Download  .
  5. "The King of the Hudson", New Republic, Dec 26, 2016.  Download  .
  6. "Can New York Be Saved in the Era of Global Warming?", The Rolling Stone, Jul 5, 2016.  Download  .
  7. "Tidal Turbulence at Hudson River Drowning Site", LoHud, Jun 1, 2016.  Download  .
  8. "Sea Change", PRISM, Jan 6, 2015.  Download  .
  9. "Stevens Data Helps Create a Safe Harbor for Norwegian Cruise Line", Stevens News, Oct 8, 2014.  Download  .
  10. "Amazon Pulse Aims to Establish a Real-time Observatory", Stevens News, Mar 26, 2014.  Download  .
  11. "A City Or A Swamp? One Year Later, Hoboken Still Struggling With Sandy", Think Progress, Oct 24, 2013.  Download  .
  12. "Stevens Lends Expertise to Finalist Teams in Federal Rebuild by Design Competition", Stevens News, Aug 13, 2013.  Download  .
  13. "Stevens Davidson Laboratory Researchers Evaluate Flood Wall Invention to Protect Coastal Cities from Tidal Surges", Stevens News, Dec 16, 2012.  Download  .
  14. "The Hudson Challenge: Are Critical Infrastructure Upgrades Overdue?", NJ Monthly, Dec 11, 2012.  Download  .
  15. "Disaster Aversion", Harper's Magazine, Sep 25, 2009.  Download  .
  16. "Underwater Sensors and Forecast Models Provide Life Saving Information", Safe and Secure TV Magazine, May 18, 2009.  Download  .
  17. "Present In the Moment - The Crash of US Airways Flight 1549", Schaefer School of Engineering News, Feb 5, 2009.  Download  .
  18. "NOS Responds to U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Crash", NOAA, Jan 6, 2009.  Download  .
  19. "EcoFocus: Observation Network to Help Study Hudson River Estuary", Poughkeepsie Journal, Jul 20, 2008.  Download  .
  20. "Stevens Researchers Provide Oversight for Three Year Mariculture Program in Egypt and Israel", Stevens News, Feb 5, 2008.  Download  .
  21. "Maritime Domain Awareness", Stevens News, Jan 31, 2006.  Download  .
  22. "Water-Borne Studies", Government Security, Dec 1, 2005.  Download  .
  23. "Olympic Sailing in 2012", Stevens InFocus Magazine, Mar 11, 2005.  Download  .
Books
  1. V. H. Dale, Kling, C.L., Meyer, J.L., Sanders, J., Stallworth, H., Armitage, Th., Wangsness, D., Bianchi, Th., Blumberg, A., Boynton, W., Conley, D.J., Crumpton, W., David, M., Gilbert, D., Howarth, R.W., Lowrance, R., Mankin, K., Opaluch, J., Paerl, H.,. (2010). Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Springer Series on Environmental Management. ISBN: 978-0-387-89685-4. 300.
Courses
  • ME 453 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
  • OE 501 Oceanography
  • OE 589 Coastal Engineering
  • OE 684 Mixing Processes in Inland and Coastal Waters
  • E 102 Engineering Experiences II
  • OE 591 Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology
  • OE 633 Dynamic Oceanography
  • OE 637 Estuarine Oceanography
  • OE 648 Numerical Hydrodynamics
  • OE 688 Coastal Ocean Dynamics I
  • OE 511 Urban Oceanography
  • OE 592 Ocean Engineering