Bernard O. Bauer mostly deals with Sediment transport, Saltation, Wind speed, Fetch and Geomorphology. His Sediment transport study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Elevation, Aeolian processes, Plage and Thermal velocity. The various areas that Bernard O. Bauer examines in his Aeolian processes study include Turbulence and Meteorology.
His Saltation research includes themes of Wake and Wind tunnel. As part of one scientific family, Bernard O. Bauer deals mainly with the area of Fetch, narrowing it down to issues related to the Foredune, and often Wind profile power law, Wind shear and Magnitude. In general Geomorphology study, his work on Sediment, Sedimentation and Erosion often relates to the realm of Settling, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His primary areas of investigation include Sediment transport, Geomorphology, Aeolian processes, Foredune and Wind speed. His Sediment transport research entails a greater understanding of Sediment. His study looks at the relationship between Geomorphology and topics such as Turbulence, which overlap with Boundary layer and Wind tunnel.
His Aeolian processes research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Moisture, Meteorology and Berm. Bernard O. Bauer combines subjects such as Hydrology, Deposition, Beach morphodynamics and Fetch with his study of Foredune. Many of his studies on Wind speed apply to Saltation as well.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Foredune, Coastal erosion, Large woody debris, Hydrology and Aeolian processes. As a member of one scientific family, Bernard O. Bauer mostly works in the field of Foredune, focusing on Sedimentary budget and, on occasion, Shore, Beach morphodynamics and Longshore drift. His work in Coastal erosion is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Sediment transport.
His study on Sediment transport is covered under Geomorphology. While the research belongs to areas of Hydrology, Bernard O. Bauer spends his time largely on the problem of Flow, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Erosion, Front and Storm. When carried out as part of a general Aeolian processes research project, his work on Saltation is frequently linked to work in Data logger, Time of flight and Adapter, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His primary scientific interests are in Foredune, Aeolian processes, Sedimentary budget, Storm and Time of flight. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coastal erosion, Beach morphodynamics and Longshore drift in addition to Foredune. Sedimentary budget is integrated with Progradation and Vegetation type in his study.
His research integrates issues of Front, Sediment, Hydrology, Erosion and Flow in his study of Storm. A majority of his Time of flight research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Saltation, Adapter, Frequency response, Pulse generator and Data transmission. His research combines Acoustics and Saltation.
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A general framework for modeling sediment supply to coastal dunes including wind angle, beach geometry, and fetch effects
Bernard O. Bauer;Robin G.D. Davidson-Arnott.
Dynamics of beach-dune systems
Douglas J. Sherman;Bernard O. Bauer.
Progress in Physical Geography (1993)
Aeolian sediment transport on a beach: Surface moisture, wind fetch, and mean transport
Bernard Bauer;Robin Davidson-Arnott;Patrick Hesp;S Namikas.
DEM resolution dependencies of terrain attributes across a landscape
Y. Deng;J. P. Wilson;B. O. Bauer.
International Journal of Geographical Information Science (2007)
Sources of Uncertainty in Shear Stress and Roughness Length Estimates Derived from Velocity Profiles
Bernard O. Bauer;Douglas J. Sherman;John F. Wolcott.
The Professional Geographer (1992)
Estimating Boat-Wake-Induced Levee Erosion using Sediment Suspension Measurements
Bernard O. Bauer;Mark S. Lorang;Douglas J. Sherman.
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-asce (2002)
Analysis of velocity profile measurements from wind-tunnel experiments with saltation
B.O. Bauer;Chris Houser;W.G. Nickling.
Wind direction and complex sediment transport response across a beach–dune system
Bernard O. Bauer;Robin G. D. Davidson-Arnott;Ian J. Walker;Patrick A. Hesp.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2012)
Aeolian sediment transport on a beach : Thresholds, intermittency, and high frequency variability
R.G.D. Davidson-Arnott;B.O. Bauer.
Event detection and conditional averaging in unsteady aeolian systems
Bernard O. Bauer;Jianchun Yi;Steven L. Namikas;Douglas J. Sherman.
Journal of Arid Environments (1998)
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