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Sediment Transport Modeling in Maunalua Bay

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Title: Sediment Transport Modeling in Maunalua Bay
Authors: Braum, Evelyn
Torres, Tanya
Rivero-Castro, Rodrigo
Suan, Aviv
Yogi, Darcy
Instructor: Crow, Susan
Oleson, Kirsten
Keywords: sedimentation and deposition
sedimentation and deposition--mathematical models
Maunalua Bay
Issue Date: 10 May 2018
Abstract: Increased sedimentation is one of the largest environmental issues stressing the health of Maunalua Bay today. When sedimentation occurs, it can decrease biodiversity, coral cover, and water quality within the Bay. In order to improve sedimentation within the Bay, our project will simulate a digital representation that predicts how different rain events can affect the movement of sediment within Maunalua Watershed. With the results of our project, stakeholders can take appropriate steps forward to help mitigate these areas identified as priority sedimentation sites.
Pages/Duration: 10
Appears in Collections:2018 Maunalua Bay Case Study

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