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Publications by HPC centers and institutes include items from past years such as an early publication written by one of the HPC founding investigators, Dr. Joe Thompson. Numerical Grid Generation was originally published by Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. in 1985, and the copyright was transferred to Joe F. Thompson in 1997.

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Publications for: Lau
Peer-Reviewed Journals
Cambazoglu, M. K., Soto, I. M., Howden, S. D., Dzwonkowski, B., Fitzpatrick, P. J., Arnone, R. A., Jacobs, G. A., & Lau, Y. H. (2017). Inflow of Shelf Waters into the Mississippi Sound and Mobile Bay Estuaries in October 2015. J. Applied Remote Sensing. 11, 032410. DOI:10.1117/1.JRS.11.032410. [Abstract] [Document] [Document Site]

Dzwonkowski, B., Greer, A. T., Briseño-Avena, C., Krause, J. W., Soto, I. M., Hernandez, F. J., Deary, A. L., Wiggert, J. D., Joung, D., Fitzpatrick, P. J., O'Brien, S. J., Dykstra, S. L., Lau, Y. H., Cambazoglu, M. K., Lockridge, G., Howden, S. D., Shiller, A. M., & Graham, W. M. (2017). Estuarine Influence on Biogeochemical Properties of the Alabama Shelf during the Fall Season. Continental Shelf Research. 140, 96-109. DOI:10.1016/j.csr.2017.05.001. [Abstract]

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers
Marcum, D., & Alauzet, F. (2017). Metric-Aligned and Metric-Orthogonal Strategies in AFLR. AIAA 23rd Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. Denver, CO: AIAA. AIAA 2017-3108.

Alauzet, F., Loseille, A., Marcum, D., & Michal, T. (2017). Assessment of Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation for High-Lift Prediction of the HL-CRM Configuration. AIAA 23rd Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. Denver, CO: AIAA. AIAA 2017-3300.

Alauzet, F., Loseille, A., & Marcum, D. (2017). On a Robust Boundary Layer Mesh Generation Process. AIAA 55th Aerospace Sciences Conference. Grapevine, TX: AIAA. AIAA 2017-0585.

Technical Report
Lau, Y. H., & Fitzpatrick, P. J. (2017). TAO Delayed-Mode Data Processing Graphical User Interface. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. 48.

Professional Presentations
Pan, C., Dinniman, M. S., Fitzpatrick, P. J., Lau, Y. H., Cambazoglu, M. K., Parra, S. M., Hofmann, E. E., Dzwonkowski, B., Warner, S. J., O’Brien, S. J., Dykstra, S. L., & Wiggert, J. D. (2017). Exploring the Circulation Dynamics of Mississippi Sound and Bight Using the CONCORDE Synthesis Model. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Fitzpatrick, P. J., Lau, Y. H., Alaka, G., & Marks, F. (2017). Model Assessment Using a Multi-metric Ranking Technique. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Wiggert, J., Pan, C., Dinniman, M., Lau, Y. H., Fitzpatrick, P. J., O'Brien, S., Bouchard, C., Quas, L., Miles, T., Cambazoglu, M. K., Dykstra, S., Dzwonkowski, B., Jacobs, G., Church, I., & Hofmann, E. (2017). Impacts of Suspended Sediment and Estuarine - Shelf Exchange Pathways on Shelf Ecosystem Dynamics in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Fitzpatrick, P. J., & Lau, Y. H. (2017). General Background on Storm Surge. On The Mark Hurricane Symposium. Houston, TX. [Document]

Fitzpatrick, P. J., & Lau, Y. H. (2017). Ranking Tropical Cyclone Intensity and Structure by Multiple Validation Metrics. Hurricane Research Division weekly modeling meeting. Miami, FL.

Fitzpatrick, P. J., & Lau, Y. H. (2017). Ranking Tropical Cyclone Forecast Products by Multiple Validation Metrics. Hurricane Research Division weekly modeling meeting. Miami, FL.

Wiggert, J., Dinniman, M., Fitzpatrick, P. J., Lau, Y. H., Pan, C., & Hoffman, E. (2017). Circulation, Transport, and Exchange Variability in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Shelf. 2017 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Pan, C., Dinniman, M., Fitzpatrick, P. J., Lau, Y. H., Hofmann, E., & Wiggert, J. (2017). Impact of High-resolution Atmospheric Forcing on Circulation Variability within a Regional Model of the Mississippi Sound and Bight. 2017 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference. New Orleans, LA. [Document]