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investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico

Mahunnop Bunpapong

investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico

by Mahunnop Bunpapong

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Published by Coastal Engineering Research Center, US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Available from National Technical Information Service in Vicksburg, Miss, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Storm surges -- Mexico, Gulf of -- Mathematical models.,
  • Hurricanes -- Mexico, Gulf of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mahunnop Bunpapong, Robert O. Reid, Robert E. Whitaker.
    SeriesTechnical report -- CERC-85-5., Technical report CERC -- no. 85-5.
    ContributionsReid, Robert O., Whitaker, Robert E., Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.), United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 201 p. :
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15343507M

      National assessment of hurricane-induced coastal erosion hazards--Gulf of Mexico. Sandy beaches provide a natural barrier between the ocean and inland communities, ecosystems, and resources. However, these dynamic environments move and change in . Global sea levels have risen around two inches since , but the Eastern Gulf of Mexico shows an additional two-inch rise. The change was not found in other parts of the Gulf. In a statement from the American Geophysical Union, which publishes the journal, lead author Thomas Wahl said that in addition to storm surge, the increase in variation.

    National Hurricane Center forecasters are keeping an eye on two systems roiling in the central Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico that have the potential to become tropical cyclones.   Researchers Ponder a Hurricane Hitting the Oil-Slicked Gulf of Mexico Print; By LAUREN MORELLO of and scientists tracking the Gulf of Mexico oil spill are beginning to think about what would happen if a storm hit the growing slick. And it could also cause oil to wash over the land in a storm surge." He and Dukhovskoy hope to have.

    Septem › View larger image Map created from NASA's TRMM satellite shows rainfall from tropical storm Lee. Rainfall from the northern Gulf of Mexico across eastern La., Miss., northwestern Ala., and central Tenn. generally exceed mm (~4 inches, shown in dark green) with some parts of Miss. and La. receiving upwards of mm (~10 inches, shown in dark red). As Tropical Storm Harvey is intensifying in the Gulf of Mexico, the storm is expected to hit Texas as a hurricane.


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Investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico by Mahunnop Bunpapong Download PDF EPUB FB2

textsAn investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico. An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico.

Bunpapong, Mahunnop; Reid, Robert O; Whitaker, Robert E; Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.); United States.

: Details - An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. An Investigation of Hurricane-Induced Forerunner Surge in the Gulf of Mexico A system of coupled, normal mode equations describing a two-layer ocean basin of variable depth was derived form the quasi-hydrostatic equations of motion using a general form of the method of Veronis nad Stommel ().Cited by: 8.

Investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico. Vicksburg, Miss.: Coastal Engineering Research Center, US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ; [Springfield, Va.: Available from National Technical Information Service, ].

An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico / By Texas A&M University org. Mahunnop. Dept. of Oceanography Bunpapong, Texas A&M University org.

Robert O. Dept. of Oceanography Reid, Texas A&M University org. Robert E. An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico / By Mahunnop.

Bunpapong, Robert O. Reid, Robert E. Whitaker, Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) and United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.

Bunpapong, M., ReidR.O. and WhittakerR.E. () “An Investigation of Hurricane-Induced Forerunner Surge in the Gulf of Mexico”, Technical Report CERC, Coastal Engineering Research Center, U. Army Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.

[6] Along the Texas coast to the south of the storm track, the forerunner surge appeared to propagate as a slowly dissipating free wave with crest anomaly exceeding m and average speed of 5–6 m/s, (Figure 2, line 2), and was by the time of landfall km in advance of the storm center.

the forerunner. 6] Along the Texas coast to the south of the storm track, the forerunner surge appeared to propagate as a slowly.

dissipating free wave with crest anomaly exceeding m. and. Appendini CM, Pedrozo-Acuña A, Valle-Levinson A (a) Storm surge at a western Gulf of Mexico site: variations on tropical storm Arlene.

Int J River Basin Manag. doi: /, 1–8. The northern Gulf of Mexico has been devastated by recent intense storms. Camille () and Katrina () are two notable hurricanes that made landfall in virtually the same location in Mississippi. Hurricanes of the Gulf of Mexico presents a comprehensive history and analysis of the hurricanes that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico from the s to the present, reporting each hurricane's point of origin, oceanic and atmospheric influences, track, size, intensity, point of landfall, storm surge, and impact on life and the s: 3.

Gulf of Mexico having periods of about 28 h and days. The nG mode of oscillation can produce a forerunner surge for many storm tracks.

Although all the modes storms generated nG, not all had an associated positive forerunner.,The hurricane path and evolution play important roles in gener.

"The storm has entered the Gulf." For those who live or travel near the Gulf of Mexico, this ominous announcement commands attention, especially given the frequency and force of hurricane strikes in recent years.

Sincethe shores around the Gulf of Mexico have been in the crosshairs for an increasing number of hurricanes and tropical storms, including Charley and Wilma in southwestern. Bunpapong M, Reid RO, Whitaker E () An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico.

Technical report. CERC, Coastal Engineering Research Center, U.S. Army Engineers Google Scholar. D /5: An Investigation of Hurricane-Induced Forerunner Surge in the Gulf of Mexico D /5: Breakwater Rehabilitation Study, Crescent City Harbor, California D /5: Analytical Solutions of the One-Line Model of Shoreline Change.

Keim and Muller begin their book by scrutinizing the Gulf's deadliest storm, the Galveston Hurricane ofwhose victims received little to no warning of its approach.

They then retrace 's Hurricane Katrina, the most costly storm, using NHC advisories and reports. Currently the extent of this map service and the Coastal Flood Exposure Mapper is limited to U.S.

coastal counties along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. This mapping service provides a map of near worst case storm surge flooding (inundation) scenarios for coastal areas along the Gulf of Mexico and Continental U.S. Atlantic coasts. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico / View Metadata. Report on investigation of Gulf of Mexico bottlenose dolphin strandings /. Mahunnop Bunpapong has written: 'An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico' -- subject(s): Storm surges, Mathematical models, Hurricanes 'An investigation of.

Cyclones, particularly hurricanes and typhoons, create a bulge on the surface of water with their winds. This storm surge can cause heavy coastal flooding if the storm makes landfall.Other simulations in the northern Gulf of Mexico have shown that geometry and bathymetry affected the timing and height of the storm surges related to hurricanes Ivan, Dennis, Katrina, and Issac (Bilskie et al., ).

Also in the northern Gulf, Hurricane Ike caused a ‘forerunner’ surge before the hurricane-forced surge (Kennedy et al.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.