His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Flood myth, Terrain, Algorithm and Robustness. As part of his studies on Hydrology, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Surf zone. His Flood myth research includes themes of Lidar, Unstructured grid, Coastal flood and Digital elevation model.
His work in Terrain covers topics such as Meteorology which are related to areas like Supercritical flow, Range, Ocean surface topography and Water resources. His Robustness study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Froude number and Discrete equation. His work carried out in the field of Water quality brings together such families of science as Water security and Water supply.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Flood myth, Finite volume method, Flooding and Geotechnical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Storm and Surf zone. His research in Flood myth intersects with topics in Coastal flood, Floodplain, Terrain and Meteorology.
Brett F. Sanders combines subjects such as Unstructured grid and Robustness with his study of Terrain. His Finite volume method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discretization, Mathematical analysis and Waves and shallow water. His Geotechnical engineering study incorporates themes from Scale, Mechanics and Riemann solver.
Brett F. Sanders mainly focuses on Flood myth, Water resource management, Hydrology, Flooding and Coastal flood. His Flood myth study combines topics in areas such as Streamflow and Environmental resource management. His Water resource management study also includes fields such as
His work on Hydrological modelling as part of general Hydrology research is often related to Power, thus linking different fields of science. The Coastal flood study combines topics in areas such as Grid, Computational science and Storm surge. His 100-year flood research includes elements of Catchment hydrology and Surface runoff.
Brett F. Sanders mostly deals with Flood myth, Hydrology, Sea level rise, Nuisance and Coastal flood. The study incorporates disciplines such as Discharge data, Statistics and Current in addition to Flood myth. Hydrology is closely attributed to Storm in his research.
His Sea level rise research integrates issues from Extreme events, Climatology and Environmental protection. His Coastal flood research incorporates elements of Global warming and Storm surge. His Streamflow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soil science, Floodplain, Routing, Distributed element model and Stage.
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Taking the “Waste” Out of “Wastewater” for Human Water Security and Ecosystem Sustainability
Stanley B Grant;Stanley B Grant;Jean-Daniel Saphores;David L Feldman;Andrew J Hamilton.
Finite-Volume Model for Shallow-Water Flooding of Arbitrary Topography
Scott F. Bradford;Brett F. Sanders.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (2002)
Evaluation of on-line DEMs for flood inundation modeling
Brett F. Sanders.
Advances in Water Resources (2007)
Unstructured grid finite-volume algorithm for shallow-water flow and scalar transport with wetting and drying
Lorenzo Begnudelli;Brett F. Sanders.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (2006)
Scaling and management of fecal indicator bacteria in runoff from a coastal urban watershed in southern California.
Ryan L. Reeves;Stanley B. Grant;Robert D. Mrse;Carmen M. Copil Oancea.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Generation of enterococci bacteria in a coastal saltwater marsh and its impact on surf zone water quality.
S B Grant;B F Sanders;A B Boehm;J A Redman.
Environmental Science & Technology (2001)
Unstructured mesh generation and landcover-based resistance for hydrodynamic modeling of urban flooding
Jochen E. Schubert;Brett F. Sanders;Martin J. Smith;Nigel G. Wright.
Advances in Water Resources (2008)
Building treatments for urban flood inundation models and implications for predictive skill and modeling efficiency
Jochen E. Schubert;Brett F. Sanders.
Advances in Water Resources (2012)
Two-dimensional, high-resolution modeling of urban dam-break flooding: A case study of Baldwin Hills, California
Humberto A. Gallegos;Jochen E. Schubert;Brett F. Sanders.
Advances in Water Resources (2009)
Integral formulation of shallow-water equations with anisotropic porosity for urban flood modeling
Brett F. Sanders;Jochen E. Schubert;Humberto A. Gallegos.
Journal of Hydrology (2008)
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