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2   author = {L-Y Oey},
3   title = {{A wetting and drying scheme for POM}},
4   journal = {Ocean Mod.},
5   year = {2005},
6   volume = {9},
7   pages = {133--150}}
[10499]10   title = "An OGCM with movable land-sea boundaries",
11   journal = "Ocean Modelling",
12   volume = "13",
13   number = "2",
14   pages = "176 - 195",
15   year = "2006",
16   issn = "1463-5003",
17   doi = "",
18   url = "",
19   author = "Lie-Yauw Oey",
20   keywords = "Wetting and drying, Inundations, Ocean general circulation model (OGCM), Princeton Ocean Model (POM), Tides, Tsunamis, Estuarine outflows",
21   abstract = "An ocean general circulation model (OGCM) with wetting and drying (WAD) capabilities removes the vertical-wall coastal assumption and allows simultaneous modeling of open-ocean currents and water run-up (and run-down) across movable land-sea boundaries. This paper implements and tests such a WAD scheme for the Princeton Ocean Model (POM) in its most general three-dimensional setting with stratification, bathymetry and forcing. The scheme can be easily exported to other OGCM's."
[10499]25   title = "A wetting and drying scheme for ROMS",
26   journal = "Computers \& Geosciences",
27   volume = "58",
28   pages = "54 - 61",
29   year = "2013",
30   issn = "0098-3004",
31   doi = "",
32   url = "",
33   author = "John C. Warner and Zafer Defne and Kevin Haas and Hernan G. Arango",
34   keywords = "Wetting and drying, ROMS, Cell-face blocking",
35   abstract = "The processes of wetting and drying have many important physical and biological impacts on shallow water systems. Inundation and dewatering effects on coastal mud flats and beaches occur on various time scales ranging from storm surge, periodic rise and fall of the tide, to infragravity wave motions. To correctly simulate these physical processes with a numerical model requires the capability of the computational cells to become inundated and dewatered. In this paper, we describe a method for wetting and drying based on an approach consistent with a cell-face blocking algorithm. The method allows water to always flow into any cell, but prevents outflow from a cell when the total depth in that cell is less than a user defined critical value. We describe the method, the implementation into the three-dimensional Regional Oceanographic Modeling System (ROMS), and exhibit the new capability under three scenarios: an analytical expression for shallow water flows, a dam break test case, and a realistic application to part of a wetland area along the Georgia Coast, USA."
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