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Contributors. Preface. Acknowledgments. Mathematical Modeling of Flows and Transport of Conservative Substances: Requirements for Predictive Ability. The Predictive Ability of One-Dimensional Estuary Models. Prediction of Flow an Pollutant Spreading in Rivers. Modeling of Lagoons: The Experience of Venice. Techniques for Field Verification of Models. Spectra Perservation Capabilities of Great Lakes Transport. Numerical Modeling of Free-Surface Flows That Are Two-Dimensional in Plan. A Three-Dimensional Model for Tidal and Residual Currents in Bays. A Dynamic Reservior Simulation Model-DYRESM: 5. Modeling of Heated Water Discharges on the French Coast of The English Channel. Two-Dimensional Tidal Models for the Delta Works. Predictive Salinity Modeling of the Oosterschelde with Hydraulic and Mathematical Models. A Two-Dimensional, Laterally Averaged Model for Salt Intrusion in Estuaries. Index.
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