VIMS SurgePrint: An executive summary of services the VIMS Estuarine Coastal Modeling Group provides related to inundation modeling.
Recent Storm Surge and Inundation Modeling Publications
Loftis, J.D., Wang, H.V., Hamilton, S.E., and Forrest, D.R. (2016). Combination of Lidar Elevations, Bathymetric Data, and Urban Infrastructure in a Sub-Grid Model for Predicting Inundation in New York City during Hurricane Sandy. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems. (In Review). Preprint PDF
Loftis, J.D., Wang, H.V., DeYoung, R.J., and Ball, W.B. (2016). Integrating Lidar Data into a High-Resolution Topobathymetric DEM for Use with Sub-Grid Inundation Modeling at Langley Research Center. Journal of Coastal Research, SI. (In Print). PDF
Wang, H., Loftis, J. D., Forrest, D., Smith, W., and Stamey, B. (2015). Modeling Storm Surge and inundation in Washington, D.C., during Hurricane Isabel and the 1936 Potomac River Great Flood. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 3(3), 607-629. PDF
Wang, H., Loftis, J.D., Liu, Z., Forrest, D., and Zhang, J. (2014). Storm Surge and Sub-Grid Inundation Modeling in New York City during Hurricane Sandy. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. PDF
Loftis, J. D. (2014). Development of a Large-Scale Storm Surge and High-Resolution Sub-Grid Inundation Model for Coastal Flooding Applications: A Case Study During Hurricane Sandy. Ph.D. Dissertation, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. PDF