Storm Tide and Wave Simulations and Assessment
Hsiao, Shih-Chun (editor)
Chiang, Wen-Son (editor)
Chen, Wei-Bo (editor)
In this Special Issue, seven high-quality papers covering the application and development of many high-end techniques for studies on storm tides, surges, and waves have been published, for instance, the employment of an artificial neural network for predicting coastal freak waves ; a reproduction of super typhoon-created extreme waves ; a numerical analysis of nonlinear interactions for storm waves, tides, and currents ; wave simulation for an island using a circulation–wave coupled model ; an analysis of typhoon-induced waves along typhoon tracks in the western North Pacific Ocean ; an understanding of how a storm surge prevents or severely restricts aeolian supply ; and an investigation of coastal settlements and an assessment of their vulnerability .
Keywordscoastal freak wave; probabilistic forecasting; artificial neural network; storm wave height; super typhoon; wave-circulation model; hybrid winds; coastal hazard; vulnerability assessment; unmanned aerial vehicle; landscape; wave distribution; typhoon tracks; WAVEWATCH-III; typhoon wave climate; empirical orthogonal function; aeolian processes; surface moisture; storm surge; supply limitations; fetch; SCHISM-WWM-III; ERA5; direct modification method; storm wave; tidal elevation; tidal current; typhoon wave; SWAN; FVCOM; current; sea-water level; numerical modeling; statistical analysis; artificial intelligence techniques; storm tide; coastal morphology
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues