2017 CHSD Presentations

(*presenter, **invited presenter)

6-7 Feb 2017. Chesapeake Bay Program STAC Workshop: Understanding and Explaining 30+ Years of Water Clarity Trends in the Bay’s Tidal Waters, Solomons, MD. C.T. Friedrichs**. "Synthesis: understanding of Chesapeake Bay water clarity patterns". ppt pdf

26 Feb - 3 Mar 2017. 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI. M.A.M. Friedrichs, R.R. Hood*, C.T. Friedrichs, D.R. Forrest. "Hypoxia forecasts as a tool for Chesapeake Bay fisheries". abstract pdf ppt

25-26 April 2017. 8th NOAA Testbed Proving Ground Workshop, Kansas City, MO. M.A.M. Friedrichs*, A.J. Bever, C.T. Friedrichs, R.R. Hood, D. Wilson. "Hypoxia forecasts as a tool for Chesapeake Bay fisheries". pdf

9 May 2017. SERDP & ESTEP In-Progress Review Meeting for the Munitions Response Program Area, The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Alexandria, VA. C.T. Friedrichs**. "Parameterized process models for Underwater Munitions Expert System". ppt

23-25 May 2017. Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System, 2017 Annual Meeting: Modeling Coupled Earth and Human Systems. Boulder, CO. C. Harris*, D. Tarpley, C. Friedrichs, C. Sherwood. "Flocculation and bed consolidation in a partially mixed estuary: an idealized numerical sediment transport model". abstract ppt

20-21 June 2017. SERDP Informal Workshop on Burial and Mobility Modeling of Munitions in the Underwater Environment, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD. C.T. Friedrichs**. "Parameterized process models for Underwater Munitions Expert System". ppt

11-16 July 2017. Gordon Conference on Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Biddeford, ME. M. Olabarrieta**, R. Geyer, G. Coco, C. Friedrichs, Z. Cao. "Baroclinic effects on the long-term morphodynamic evolution of estuaries. Gordon Conference on Coastal Ocean Dynamics".

31 July - 1 August 2017. SERDP U.S. IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed Annual Principal Investigator and Partner Meeting, Washington, DC. M.A.M. Friedrichs**, C.T. Friedrichs, I.D. Irby, A.J. Bever, R.R. Hood, H. Wang, M.E. Scully. "Chesapeake Bay hypoxia coastal ocean modeling testbed". pdf ppt

12-13 September 2017. Chesapeake Bay Program, Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee Quarterly Meeting, Annapolis, MD. C.T. Friedrichs**. "STAC Review Panel for the Generalized Additive Model (GAM) Approach for Water Quality Trends in Tidal Waters". ppt

25-27 September 2017. IUTAM/AmeriMech Symposium: Dynamics of Gravity Currents, Santa Barbara, CO. C. Harris, J. Moriarty, C. Friedrichs. "The role of particulate gravity currents on continental shelf sediment fluxes and fate: a numerical modeling study for the Waipaoa Shelf, New Zealand".

26 October 2017. Fall Seminar Series, Department of Physical Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. C.T. Friedrichs**. "Water clarity patterns and trends in the open-water regions of Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries". ppt

5-9 November 2017. 24th Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Providence, RI. A.J. Bever*, M.A.M. Friedrichs, D.R. Forrest, R.R. Hood, C.T. Friedrichs. "Configuration and validation of a real-time hypoxia forecast system for the Chesapeake Bay". abstract

5-9 November 2017. 24th Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Providence, RI. Z. Cao, M. Olabarrieta, G. Coco, C.T. Friedrichs. "Relative contributions of subtidal flow and tidal distortion to net sediment transport in moderate tidal range, funnel-shaped estuaries".

5-9 November 2017. 24th Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Providence, RI. K.A. Fall, C.T. Friedrichs*, G.M. Massey, D.G. Bowers, S.J. Smith. "Fractal floc properties in estuarine surface waters: insights from video settling, LISST, and pump sampling". abstract ppt

5-9 November 2017. 24th Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Providence, RI. D. Tarpley*, C. Harris, C. Friedrichs, C. Sherwood. "Cohesive sediment distribution in an idealized estuary, a numerical study". abstract

5-9 November 2017. 24th Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Providence, RI. J. Turner*, C. Friedrichs, M. Friedrichs. "Improving modeled light attenuation (Kd) in a land-estuarine ocean biogeochemical model for Chesapeake Bay". abstract pdf

13-17 November 2017. 14th International Conference on Cohesive Sediment Transport Processes (INTERCOH), Montevideo, Uruguay. K.A. Fall, C.T. Friedrichs*, G.M. Massey, D.G. Bowers, S.J. Smith. "Fractal floc properties in the surface waters of a partially-mixed estuary: insights from video settling, LISST, and pump sampling". abstract ppt

13-17 November 2017. 14th International Conference on Cohesive Sediment Transport Processes (INTERCOH), Montevideo, Uruguay. G.M. Massey*, K.A. Fall, C.T. Friedrichs, S.J. Smith. "Evidence of muddy aggregates as resilient pellets in suspension throughout the water column using traps and a Particle Image Camera System (PICS) in a tidal estuary". abstract ppt

28-30 November. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) Symposium, Washington, DC. C.T. Friedrichs*, S.E. Rennie, A. Brandt. "Simple parameterized models for predicting mobility, burial, and re-exposure of underwater munitions". pdf

28-30 November. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) Symposium, Washington, DC. C.T. Friedrichs*, S.E. Rennie, A. Brandt. "Parameterized process models for underwater munitions expert system". pdf

11-15 Decembeer 2017. Fall AGU Meeting, New Orleans, LA. C. Harris, D. Tarpley, C. Friedrichs, K. Fall, G. Massey, 2017. "Feedbacks between cohesive sediment processes and hydrodynamics in estuaries with a case study from the York River, Virginia".

12-13 December 2017. Chesapeake Bay Program, STAC Workshop on Integrating Recent Findings to Explain Water Quality Change: Support for the Mid-Point Assessment and Beyond, Annapolis, MD. C.T. Friedrichs**. "Understanding patterns in Chesapeake Bay water clarity: the importance of measurement, location, and physical versus biological controls". ppt