The three-day SCHISM user meeting and boot camp aims to better engage the user community and organize future activities around SCHISM as an operational coastal ocean model. You are invited to participate in this important event and to actively contribute to the discussions.
As you might know, several related projects are ongoing and more are planned so there may be opportunities for some of you to participate. The meeting will be in virtual format and NOAA is looking into the possibility of recording the meeting.
The theme for this meeting is ‘2D compound inland-coastal flooding study’ and we expect to have hands-on tutorial sessions; we also reserve the majority of the first days to discuss general topics of interest to users beyond the compound flooding study. We will also introduce the Inland-Coastal Flooding Operational Guidance System (ICOGS) developed jointly by Coast Survey and VIMS.
Y. Zhang, F. Ye, H. Yu, W. Sun, S. Moghimi , E. Myers and others. Simulating compound flooding events in a hurricane. Ocean Dynamics , 2020, 101526, doi: doi.org/10.1007/s10236-020-01351-x.
F. Ye, Y. Zhang, H. Yu, W. Sun, S. Moghimi , E. Myers,K. Nunez, R. Zhang, H. Wang, A. Roland and others. Simulating storm surge and compound flooding events with a creek-to-ocean model: importance of baroclinic effects. Ocean Modelling, 2020, 101526, doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2019.101526.
W. Huang, F. Ye,Y. Zhang, K. Park, J. Du, S. Moghimi, E. Myers, S. Pe’eri, J. Calzada, H.C Yu, K. Nunez, and Z. Liu. Compounding factors for extreme flooding around Galveston Bay during Hurricane Harvey, (2021), Ocean Modelling, 158, 101735. doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2020.101735
F. Ye, W. Huang, Y. Zhang, S. Moghimi, E. Myers, S. Pe’eri, and H. Yu. A cross-scale study for compound flooding processes during Hurricane Florence, (submitted), Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences.