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Studies:


Papers:

  • (updated 11/11/3) Effect of tides on solute flushing from a strait: imaging flow and transport in the East River with SF6 (ES&T, in review) T. Caplow, P. Schlosser, D.T. Ho, and R. C. Enriquez
  • (updated 11/11/3) Transport dynamics in a sheltered estuary and connecting tidal straits: SF6 tracer study in New York Harbor ( Environmental Science & Technology Nov 2003) T. Caplow, P. Schlosser, D.T. Ho, and N. Santella
  • (updated 8/8/3) Transport in the Hudson Estuary: A modeling study of estuarine circulation and tidal trapping (Estuaries, in submission) F. L. Hellweger, A. F. Blumberg, P. Schlosser, D. T. Ho, T. Caplow, U. Lall, and H. Li
  • (updated 8/8/3) Dispersion, advection, and gas transfer in a dammed channel: high-resolution SF6 tracer study of the upper Hudson River (JEE, accepted for publication) T. Caplow, P. Schlosser, and D. T. Ho

People:


Ted Caplow , doctoral student, Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering

David T. Ho , Doherty Associate Research Scientist in the Environmental Tracer Group at Columbia's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and Storke-Doherty Lecturer, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Peter Schlosser , Chairman and Vinton Professor of Earth and Environmental Engineering and Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Ferdi Hellweger , doctoral student, Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering

Nick Santella, doctoral student, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

John Lipscomb , Boat Captain, Riverkeeper

Rica Enriquez, undergraduate environmental engineering intern

Megan Roberts, earth science teacher at East Side Middle School (IS 114), and a participant in Columbia's Summer Research Program for Science Teachers
 

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    This work has been made possible by generous support from the Dibner Fund and by a grant from the Lamont Investment Fund. Ted Caplow is also supported through an NSF Fellowship and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science Presidential Fellowship Program.
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