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Publications and Presentations

 

Publications

Warner, S. J. and P. MacCready. The dynamics of pressure and form drag on a sloping headland: Internal waves versus eddies. In press at J. Geophys. Res.

H. W. Wijesekera, E. Jarosz, W. J. Teague, W. D. Wang, D. B. Fribance, J. N. Moum and S. J. Warner. Measurements of form and frictional drags over a rough topographic bank. Submitted to J. Phys. Oceanogr.

Warner, S. J., P. MacCready, J. N. Moum, and J. D. Nash, 2013. Measurement of tidal form drag using seafloor pressure sensors. J. Phys. Oceanog., 43, 1150-1172. pdf

Warner, S. J. and P. MacCready, 2009. Dissecting the pressure field in tidal flow past a headland: When is form drag "real"? J. Phys. Oceanog., 39, 2971-2984. pdf

 

Presentations/Posters

"Using bottom pressure to quantify tidal form drag on a sloping headland"
Seminar presentation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (November 2012)

"Using bottom pressure to quantify tidal form drag on a sloping headland"
Presentation at the Physical Oceanography Dissertation Symposium (PODS), Kauai, Hawaii (October 2012)

"The form drag of tilted eddies and internal lee waves"
Presentation at Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas (PECS) Meeting, New York, NY (August 2012)

"Using bottom pressure to quantify tidal form drag on a sloping headland"
PhD defense presentation, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (June 2012)

"Using density tanks to deepen students' understanding of estuarine circulation"
Poster at the Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (February 2012) pdf

"Parameterizing energy conversion on rough topography using bottom pressure sensors to measure form drag"
Presentation at the Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (February 2012) pdf

"Using bottom pressure sensors to measure form drag on topography"
Presentation at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Conference, Daytona Beach, FL (November 2011). Won first place graduate student talk award! pdf

"Searching for better topographic drag coefficientst"
Poster at the Gordon Research Conference in Coastal Ocean Modeling, South Hadley, MA (June 2011) pdf

"Towards an understanding of form drag at Three Tree Point"
Presentation at the International Meeting of Students in Physical Oceanography, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (September 2010) pdf

"The Ocean: From a deep and daunting reseach lab to a forum for new innovations"
Invited speaker at the New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (July 2010) pdf

"Towards an understanding of form drag at Three Tree Poin (TTP)"
Applied Math Master's Defense talk, University of Washington, Seattle (May 2010) pdf

"Towards an understanding of form drag at Three Tree Point"
Presentation at Pattullo Conference, Charleston, SC (May 2010) pdf

"Towards an understanding of form drag at Three Tree Point"
Seminar presentation at Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (April 2010)

"Form drag at Three Tree Point: What does the work?"
Presentation at the Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR (February 2010) pdf

"When is tidal form drag real?"
Presentation at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Conference, Portland, OR (November 2009) pdf

"When is tidal form drag real?"
Poster at the Coastal Ocean Circulation Gordon Conference, Colby Sawyer College, New London, NH (June 2009) pdf

"What a drag! A new method to measure mixing in an estuary"
Presentation at an Acheivement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA (May 11, 2009) pdf

"Everything you wanted (or didn't want) to know about FORM DRAG"
Presentation at the Oceanography All Student Educational Retreat (tOAStER), Friday Harbor Labs, San Juan Island, Washington (February 2009) pdf

"Dissecting the pressure field in tidal flow past a headland: When is form drag "real"?"
Presentation at the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco (December 2008) pdf

"The Ocean: From a deep and daunting reseach lab to a forum for new innovations"
Invited speaker at the New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (July 2008) pdf

"Dissecting the pressure field in tidal flow past a headland: When is form drag "real"?"
Master's presentation, Department of Physical Oceanography, University of Washington (June 2008) pdf

"Form drag due to tidal flow past a headland in a channel: The importance of phasing"
Poster at the ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Conference, Orlando, Florida (March 2008) pdf

"ROMS: Real ocean modeling stories or reasons ocean modeling stinks"
Presentation at The Oceanography All Student Educational Retreat (tOAStER), Friday Harbor, Washington (January 2008) ppt

"What a drag! A numerical investigation of tidal energy dissipation due to flow over rough topography within an estuary"
Poster at the Graduate Climate Conference, Pack Forest, Washington, (October 2007) pdf

"What a drag! A numerical model of dime dependent flow over topography"
Second year talk, Department of Physical Oceanography, University of Washington (December 2006) ppt

"Deep water intrusions in the Puget Sound"
Presentation, Coastal and Estuarine Dynamics class, Friday Harbor, Washington (August 2006), and presentation at the Student Physical Oceanography Retreat (StuPOR), Friday Harbor, Washington (January 2007) pdf