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Supplementary Info: "Sediment Connectivity: A Framework for Analyzing Coastal Sediment Transport Pathways"

posted on 12.10.2020 by Stuart Pearson, Bram van Prooijen, Edwin Elias, Sean Vitousek, Zheng-Bing Wang
This dataset accompanies the paper entitled, "Sediment Connectivity: A Framework for Analyzing Coastal Sediment Transport Pathways", published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.

Model input files used in this study have been included here as supporting information. Specifically, the Delft3D model input files used to produce Figure 5 are provided here, including the bed sediment configuration for Node 5. Model files for the remaining 24 nodes are identical in every respect except for the initial location of the tracer sediment.

These files were then run with Delft3D Version to produce the results shown in this paper. Details regarding the individual file types can be found in the Delft3D User Manual.


Collaboration Program Water with project 957 number 14489 (SEAWAD), which is (partly) ?financed by NWO Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences





TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering