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029 Sediment Transport and Deposition in Lakes, Estuaries, and Shallow Shelves


Session organizer(s)

Nathan Hawley
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
nathan.hawley@noaa.gov

Courtney K. Harris
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
ckharris@vims.edu

Lawrence P. Sanford
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
lsanford@umces.edu


Date: 2/21/2012

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Oral Presentations
Location: 250

08:00
Mikkelsen, O. A.; Agrawal, Y. C.; GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND SEDIMENT FLUX STRUCTURE IN A RIVER PROFILE, MEASURED WITH A LISST-SL INSTRUMENT (Abstract ID:9540) o

08:15
Garwood, J. C.; Hill, P. S.; Law, B. A.; BIOFILMS AND SIZE SORTING OF INTERTIDAL SEDIMENT DURING EROSION. (Abstract ID:9918) o

08:30
Hooshmand, A.; Horner-Devine, A. R.; Ogston, A. S.; EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF TURBULENCE AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENT IN THE WAVE BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER (Abstract ID:11845) o

08:45
Todd, D. J.; Souza, A.; Jago, C. F.; TURBULENCE-CONTROLLED FLOCCULATION IN A MACRO-TIDAL ESTUARY (Abstract ID:10330) o

09:00
Lacy, J. R.; Gladding, S.; Brand, A. J.; Collignon, A. G.; Stacey, M. T.; SUSPENDED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT FROM SHALLOWS TO CHANNEL IN AN ESTUARY (Abstract ID:11545) o

09:15
Sanford, L. P.; Newell, R. I.; Richardson, J. E.; Suttles, S. E.; Haghshenas, S. A.; Kwon, S. R.; SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES AND DISPERSION OF BIODEPOSITS FROM A SHALLOW OYSTER AQUACULTURE SITE (Abstract ID:10657) o

09:30
Storlazzi, C. D.; Field, M. E.; Draut, A. E.; Hoeke, R. K.; UNDERSTANDING THE DELIVERY, RESIDENCE TIME, AND ADVECTION OF FLUVIAL SEDIMENT OUT OF A CORAL REEF-LINED EMBAYMENT THROUGH EMPIRICAL OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING (Abstract ID:11922) O

09:45
Palinkas, C. M.; Barth, N.; Koch, E. W.; Shafer, D. J.; DETERMINING THE INFLUENCE OF BREAKWATERS ON NEARSHORE SEDIMENTATION IN CHESAPEAKE BAY: METHODS AND OBSERVATIONS (Abstract ID:11139) o

10:30
Orpin, A. R.; Walsh, J. P.; Corbett, D. R.; Ogston, A. S.; Hale, R. P.; Kiker, J. M.; Moriarty, J. M.; Harris, C. K.; FLOODS, OCEAN STORMS AND STRATIGRAPHIC VARIABILITY OVER A YEAR-LONG EXPERIMENT ON THE MUDDY AND ENERGETIC WAIPAOA RIVER MARGIN (Abstract ID:9493) o

10:45
Hale, R. P.; Ogston, A. S.; Walsh, J. P.; Orpin, A. R.; ANNUAL TRENDS IN SEDIMENT FLUX ON THE WAIPAOA RIVER MARGIN, NZ (Abstract ID:11723) o

11:00
Corbett, D. R.; Walsh, J. P.; Orpin, A.; Ogston, A.; Kiker, J.; Hale, R.; Moriarty, J.; Harris, C. K.; AN INVESTIGATION OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF SURFACE SEABED PROPERTIES AND ERODIBILITY ON THE WAIPAOA RIVER MARGIN, NEW ZEALAND (Abstract ID:11727) o

11:15
Walsh, J. P.; Corbett, D. R.; Kiker, J. M.; Young, D.; Orpin, A.; CHARACTER AND VARIABILITY OF SHELF EVENT STRATA ON THE WAIPAOA AND MISSISSIPPI RIVER MARGINS (Abstract ID:12173) o

11:30
Hsu, T. J.; Chen, J.; Geyer, W. R.; ON THE OCCURRENCE OF LOW CONCENTRATION HYPERPYCNAL FLOW (Abstract ID:10338) o

11:45
Hawley, N.; OBSERVATIONS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT DURING THE WINTER IN THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES (Abstract ID:10395) o

12:00
Woodruff, J. D.; Kratz, L.; Yellen, B.; Martini, A.; TIDAL CONTROLS ON THE TRAPPING OF HURRICANE IRENE SEDIMENTS IN THE LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER (Abstract ID:9597) o

12:15
Savidge, D. K.; Gargett, A. E.; Voulgaris, G.; TURBULENT PROCESSES AFFECTING THE SEABED AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ON THE MID-SHELF: LANGMUIR SUPERCELLS, CONVECTION AND TIDES FROM A TWO YEAR VADCP DEPLOYMENT (Abstract ID:11350) o

Poster Presentations
Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall


Safak, I.; Wiberg, P. L.; HYDRODYNAMICS AND WAVE-ENHANCED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A BARRIER ISLAND-LAGOON-MARSH SYSTEM: A MODEL APPLICATION ON THE EASTERN SHORE OF VIRGINIA (Abstract ID:9350) P

B0804
Pidduck, E. L.; Fitzsimons, M. F.; Manning, A. J.; Nimmo-Smith, A.; Verney, R.; Worsfold, P. J.; Souza, A. J.; SEDIMENT-NUTRIENT DYNAMICS OF THE TURBIDITY MAXIMUM ZONE (Abstract ID:10517) P

B0805
Cross, J.; Nimmo Smith, W. A.; Hosegood, P. J.; Torres, R.; INVESTIGATING THE TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF SUSPENDED PARTICLE POPULATIONS IN A SHALLOW SHELF SEA (Abstract ID:9717) P

B0806
Simmons, G. M.; Voulgaris, G.; CHARACTERIZATION OF WAVE ENERGY LEVELS IN ESTUARINE WATERS FOR PARTICULATE DISPERSION STUDY: CASE STUDY WINYAH BAY, SC (Abstract ID:9726) P

B0807
Ono, J.; Guo, X.; SEASONAL AND TIDAL VARIATIONS OF SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE EAST CHINA SEA (Abstract ID:10135) P

B0808
Wang, D.; EARLY DIAGENETIC PROCESSES OF MOLYBDENUM UNDER REDUCING ENVIRONMENTS (Abstract ID:10203) P

B0809
Shi, F.; Kirby, J. T.; Misra, S.; Vittori, G.; Ramsey, J.; PROCESS FILTERING AND INPUT FILTERING IN MODELING OF SANDPIT-INDUCED MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (Abstract ID:10255) P

B0810
Yu, X.; Ozdemir, E.; Cheng, Z.; Hsu, T.; Balachandar, S.; NUMERICAL SIMULATION ON FINE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE OSCILLATORY BOUNDARY LAYER – THE ROLE OF RHEOLOGY AND PARTICLE INERTIA (Abstract ID:10313) P

B0811
Pondell, C. R.; Canuel, E. A.; Beck, A. J.; Louchouarn, P.; RESPONSE OF ORGANIC CARBON ACCUMULATION IN ENGLEBRIGHT LAKE, CA TO CLIMATE AND ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACTS IN THE WATERSHED (Abstract ID:10834) P

B0812
Mulligan, R. P.; Smith, P. C.; Hill, P. S.; Tao, J.; Wu, Y.; Bugden, G.; van Proosdij, D.; SUSPENDED SEDIMENT PROCESSES IN MINAS BASIN, THE BAY OF FUNDY (Abstract ID:11267) P

B0813
Boyd, B. M.; Sommerfield, C. K.; COMPARISION OF NATURAL AND IMPOUNDED MARSH ACCRETION RATES IN COASTAL DELAWARE (Abstract ID:11318) P

B0814
Eglinton, A. J.; Palinkas, C. M.; Koch, E. W.; POTENTIAL SEDIMENT EXCHANGE BETWEEN MARSHES AND ADJACENT SUBMERSED AQUATIC VEGETATION (SAV) BEDS IN CHINCOTEAGUE BAY (MD) (Abstract ID:11638) P

B0816
Downing-Kunz, M. A.; Shellenbarger, G. G.; Morgan, T. L.; Wright, S. A.; Schoellhamer, D. H.; SUSPENDED-SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN THE TIDAL REACH OF A SAN FRANCISCO BAY TRIBUTARY (Abstract ID:11995) P

B0817
MacVean, L. J.; Lacy, J. R.; ESTUARINE SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN INTERTIDAL AND SUBTIDAL ENVIRONMENTS: DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES IN FORCING AND RESPONSE (Abstract ID:12043) P

B0818
Lavenère-Wanderley, A. A.; Siegle, E.; WAVE INDUCED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ON SOUTH BAHIA CONTINENTAL SHELF, BRAZIL (Abstract ID:12541) P

B0819
Shellenbarger, G. G.; Wright, S. A.; Schoellhamer, D. H.; SEDIMENT BUDGET FOR THE FAR SOUTHERN REACH OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY: IMPORTANCE OF HYDRODYNAMICS TO THE SUPPLY OF SEDIMENT AVAILABLE FOR HABITAT RESTORATION (Abstract ID:12669) P

B0820
Vizcaino/Alexis, A.; Dunbar/Rob, R. B.; Jimenez-Espejo/Francisco, F.; Wahl/Dave, D.; Mucciarone/David, D.; Guilderson/Tom, T.; Moy/Chris, C.; SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE WESTERLIES IN THE MID-LATE HOLOCENE (Abstract ID:12734) P

B0821
Macduff, S. D.; Wolanski, E.; Richmond, R. H.; INVASIVE ALGA REMOVAL ACCELERATES SEDIMENT FLUSHING IN MAUNALUA BAY, HAWAII (Abstract ID:9498) P

B0822
Chen, J.; Hsu, T.; Shi, F.; NUMERICAL MODELING OF HYDRODYNAMICS AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT OF NEW RIVER INLET (NC) USING NEARCOM-TVD (Abstract ID:9741) P

B0823
Padilla, D. J.; Dinnel, P. A.; DOES SMART SPONGE EFFECTIVELY REMOVE TOXICITY FROM STORM WATER? (Abstract ID:9796) P

B0824
Greitl, L. R.; Ali, A.; Birkholz, N. F.; Cox, D.; Grodin, M.; Reinsch, C.; Rosen, N.; Stowell , M. A.; Trottier, T.; Wambaugh, Z.;USING TOWED SENSOR OBSERVATIONS TO MODEL THE DISTRIBUTIONS OF TOTAL SUSPENDED SOLIDS IN HUMBOLDT BAY, CALIFORNIA DURING THE SPRING-SUMMER TRANSITION (Abstract ID:10409) P

B0825
Fricke, A. T.; Sheets, B. A.; Nittrouer, C. A.; Allison, M. A.; Ogston, A. S.; LINKING DELTAIC AND DEEP-WATER SEDIMENTATION IN LAKE CHELAN, WA (Abstract ID:10661) P

B0826
Humberston, J. L.; Sommerfield, C. K.; RADIONUCLIDE INDICATORS OF SEASONAL SEDIMENT DEPOSITION IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY (Abstract ID:11650) P

B0827
Wiberg, P. L.; Safak, I.; MODELING SEDIMENT EXCHANGE BETWEEN TIDAL CHANNELS AND ADJACENT FLATS OR MARSHES OVER VARYING TIDAL RANGES (Abstract ID:12128) P

B0828
McKeon, M. A.; Horner-Devine, A. R.; CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE STRONGLY STRATIFIED DUWAMISH RIVER ESTUARY (Abstract ID:12668) P

B0829
Wong, P. L.; Variano, E. A.; Kondolf, G. M.; PARTICLE FALL VELOCITY IN IN-STREAM EMERGENT VEGETATION (Abstract ID:12725) P