Barotropic tidal dynamics in a frictional subsidiary channel. \bf n̆derlineWan, D., \bf Klymak, J. M., Foreman, M. G., & Cross, S. F. *Cont. Shelf Res.*, 2015. doi abstract bibtex Abstract Barotropic M 2 tidal dynamics are studied in a subsidiary tidal channel in Kyuquot Sound, Canada, a site proposed for multi-trophic aquaculture. A regional model with no stratification or forcing other than the tide found that the sea level in the subsidiary channel responded in phase with the rest of Kyuquot Sound, but that the velocity response was almost 180$\,^{i̧rc}$ out of phase. Further, this velocity difference was strongly dependent on the choice of viscous parameterization in the model. A simple linear analytical model was developed to explain the simulated changes in terms of the phase lag induced by viscosity, and allowed a larger parameter regime to be explored. These results suggest that verifying models of smaller channels using sea level measurements alone is inadequate, and velocity measurements are necessary.

@Article{ wanetal15,
Abstract = {Abstract Barotropic M 2 tidal dynamics are studied in a
subsidiary tidal channel in Kyuquot Sound, Canada, a site
proposed for multi-trophic aquaculture. A regional model
with no stratification or forcing other than the tide found
that the sea level in the subsidiary channel responded in
phase with the rest of Kyuquot Sound, but that the velocity
response was almost 180$\,^{\circ}$ out of phase. Further,
this velocity difference was strongly dependent on the
choice of viscous parameterization in the model. A simple
linear analytical model was developed to explain the
simulated changes in terms of the phase lag induced by
viscosity, and allowed a larger parameter regime to be
explored. These results suggest that verifying models of
smaller channels using sea level measurements alone is
inadequate, and velocity measurements are necessary. },
Author = {Di {\bf \underline{Wan}} and Jody M. {\bf Klymak} and Michael G.G. Foreman and
Stephen F. Cross},
date-added = {2015-06-05 18:10:40 +0000},
date-modified = {2016-02-05 18:38:15 +0000},
DOI = {10.1016/j.csr.2015.05.011},
jmkpubtype = {refereed},
Journal = csr,
Keywords = {Energy dissipation},
Title = {Barotropic tidal dynamics in a frictional subsidiary
channel},
Year = {2015},
bdsk-url-1 = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0278434315001429},
bdsk-url-2 = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2015.05.011}
}

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