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These files provide more details on model inputs and results in supplementing those presented in Ye et al. (2018; associated publication). A compressed DEM file (DEM.zip) is provided, which can be opened with common zip/unzip software on unix/windows/mac (such as unzip, gzip, winzip, etc.). Once extracted, there is a README along with the actual data. The DEM used here is primarily based on the topo-bathymetric information from USGS ( https://topotools.cr.usgs.gov/coned/chesapeake_bay.php; last accessed in Feb. 2017), supplemented by the latest navigation charts (especially around Baltimore harbor area), and coastal relief model (https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/coastal/crm.html, last accessed in Jan 2017) for the coastal and shelf region. Also included in the supplemental materials is another zip file (vertical_profile.zip) containing the salinity model-data comparisons on the vertical profiles at all available CTD casts. Lastly, the spatial/temporal coverage of NDBC buoys (for constructing the hybrid wind product) is illustrated in “Spatial_temporal_NDBC.pdf”.
Bathymetry, cross -scale, SCHISM, estuarine circulation, Chesapeake Bay
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Ye, F., Zhang, Y. J., Wang, H. V., Friedrichs, M. A., Irby, I. D., Valle‐Levinson, A., Shen, J., Wang, Z., Huang, H., Shen, and Du, J. (2018). A 3D unstructured-grid model for Chesapeake Bay: importance of bathymetry. Ocean Modelling (submitted in March 2018).
This material is based upon work supported by (1) EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program (#CB-96326601); (2) the Virginia Port Authority and Virginia's Commonwealth Technology Research Fund; (3) the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE; Grant TG-OCE130032) under National Science Foundation (Grant OCI-1053575).
Ye, F., Zhang, Y. J., Wang, H. V., Friedrichs, M. A., Irby, I. D., Valle‐Levinson, A., Shen, J., Wang, Z., Huang, H., Shen, and Du, J. (2017). Assessment of a 3D unstructured-grid model for the Chesapeake Bay and adjacent shelf: Supplementary materials. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary. doi:10.21220/V5HK5S