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Conceptual Model for Gulf of Mexico Estuaries Integrated Science Conceptual Model: Hydrodynamics
Reports: Hydrodynamics 
2001 Overview
(OFR 01-243) Tampa Bay Integrated Science Pilot Study Kimberly Yates, Lisa Robbins (USGS)
Groundwater Discharge
(OFR 01-289) Tampa Bay Integrated Science Pilot Study A 2001-2002 drought-induced imprint on estuarine processes? Peter Swarzenski (USGS)
(OFR 00-482) Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge to Indian River Lagoon, Florida Peter Swarzenski (USGS)
Surface Water Inflow
Water Circulation Modeling
(OFR 01-397) Tampa Bay Integrated Science Pilot Study Hydrographic and sub-surface mapping and sediment transport modeling Mark Hansen (USGS)
Wave Modeling

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