This first volume documents the theoretical development and present state of the University of South Florida's two-dimensional, hydraulic, estuary model. It represents the accumulation of 15 years of research and development at the Civil Engineering Mathematical Modeling Center. It has been designed to be completely compatible with a host of other specialty models including a two-dimensional ecologic model, one-dimensional tributary model, salinity model, thermal model, kinetic energy model, and others. Figure 1.2 is a graphical depiction of the compatibility and functionality of various models used with the 2-D hydraulic model.
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Ross, B. E.; Ross, M. A.; and Jerkins, P. D., "Wasteload Allocation Study Tampa Bay, Florida Vol. I Hydraulic Model Documentation" (1984). Reports. Paper 157.