Environmental Fluid Mechanics
Environmental Fluid Mechanics is devoted to the publication of basic and applied studies broadly relating to natural fluid systems, particularly as agents for the transport and dispersion of environmental contamination. Understanding transport and dispersion processes in natural fluid flows, from the microscale to the planetary scale, serves as the basis for the development of models aimed at simulations, predictions, and ultimately sustainable environmental management. Within this scope, the subject areas are diverse and may originate from a variety of scientific and engineering disciplines: civil, mechanical and environmental engineering, meteorology, hydrology, hydraulics, limnology, and oceanography.
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Comment on: “Effect of flow confinement on the hydrodynamics of circular impinging jets: implications for erosion assessment”; by Seyed Mohammad Ghaneeizad, Joseph F. Atkinson, and Sean J. Bennett, Environ Fluid Mech: DOI 10.1007/s10652-014-9354-3
S. Beltaos (August 2014)
Shallow-water solutions for gravity currents in non-rectangular cross-area channels with stratified ambient
Marius Ungarish (August 2014)
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