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Simulating vegetation effects on flows in 3D using an unstructured grid model: model development and validation

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Simulating vegetation effects on flows in 3D using an unstructured grid model: model development and validation
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Ocean Dynamics, December 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10236-019-01333-8
Authors

Yinglong J. Zhang, Nathan Gerdts, Eli Ateljevich, Kijin Nam

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