Interaction between waves and tide-surge motion and a joint wave-tide surge model
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This paper describes in detail the interaction between waves, tides and storm surges and covers the effects of wave on tides and storm surges and the influence of tides plus storm surges on waves. Some problems deserving attention and improvements are put forward. And finally a combined wave-tide-surge numerical model YE-JWTSM is presented, with all relevant interaction processes considered, including wave-dependent surface wind stress and bottom stress as well as current-induced refraction and frequency shift.
Key wordswave-tide-surge interaction mechanisms combined numerical model
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