Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Special report in applied marine science and ocean engineering ; no. 372.
The Craney Island Eastward Expansion Hydrodynamic Model Study was conducted in three phases: 1) model calibration and verification for the Elizabeth River, 2) model testing of four Craney Island expansion options using single variable runs (using a single variable, tidal range, for model input), 3) model testing of two expansion options using historical runs (using multiple variables in real time for model input). The expansion option designs were evaluated for both global and local hydrodynamic change through simulation comparisons with the Base Case condition.
Dredging -- Environmental aspects; Mooring of ships; Hydraulic engineering; James River estuary; Elizabeth River; Virginia
Wang, H. V., Kim, S. C., Boon, J. D., Kuo, A. Y., Sisson, G. M., Brubaker, J. M., & Maa, J. P. (2001) Three Dimensional Hydrodynamic Modeling Study, Craney Island eastward expansion, lower James River and Elizabeth River, Virginia. Special report in applied marine science and ocean engineering ; no. 372.. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. https://doi.org/10.21220/V5372G