J.A. Roelvink focuses on Sediment transport, Infragravity wave, Shoal, Beach morphodynamics and Erosion. His Sediment transport research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flow and Free surface. He has researched Shoal in several fields, including Hypsometric curve, Current, Tidal prism and Hypsometry.
His studies deal with areas such as Barrier island, Overwash, Deposition and Hindcast as well as Beach morphodynamics. His studies in Bed load integrate themes in fields like Forecast skill, Meteorology, Submarine pipeline and Atmospheric sciences. His Submarine pipeline study combines topics in areas such as Shore and Undertow.
J.A. Roelvink spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Sediment transport, Hydrology, Mechanics and Geomorphology. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sediment and Forcing. The Sediment transport study which covers Alluvium that intersects with Coastal geography.
His Hydrology research includes elements of Structural basin, Beach morphodynamics, Shoal and Storm. The Beach morphodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Erosion and Overwash. He interconnects Geotechnical engineering, Breaking wave and Computation in the investigation of issues within Mechanics.
J.A. Roelvink mainly focuses on Oceanography, Estuary, Shore, Hydrology and Sediment transport. His research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Forcing and Dynamics. His Estuary study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Marine engineering.
His Shore research integrates issues from Disturbance, Bay, Sediment, Forcing and Intertidal zone. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Multi channel, Beach morphodynamics and Mekong river. His work carried out in the field of Sediment transport brings together such families of science as Storm, Geotechnical engineering, Berm, Flow and Erosion.
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Development and validation of a three-dimensional morphological model
G.R. Lesser;J.A. Roelvink;J.A.T.M. van Kester;G.S. Stelling.
Coastal Engineering (2004)
Modelling storm impacts on beaches, dunes and barrier islands
Dano Roelvink;Dano Roelvink;Ad Reniers;Ad Reniers;Ap van Dongeren;Jaap van Thiel de Vries.
Coastal Engineering (2009)
Coastal morphodynamic evolution techniques
Coastal Engineering (2006)
Bar-generating cross-shore flow mechanisms on a beach
J. A. Roelvink;M. J. F. Stive.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
Morphodynamic modeling of an embayed beach under wave group forcing
A. J. H. M. Reniers;J. A. Roelvink;E. B. Thornton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Two-dimensional time dependent hurricane overwash and erosion modeling at Santa Rosa Island
R.T. McCall;J.S.M. Van Thiel de Vries;N.G. Plant;A.R. Van Dongeren.
Coastal Engineering (2010)
Medium-term 2DH coastal area modelling
H.J. de Vriend;J. Zyserman;J. Nicholson;J.A. Roelvink.
Coastal Engineering (1993)
Cross-shore profile models
J.A. Roelvink;I. Brøker.
Coastal Engineering (1993)
Design and development of DELFT3D and application to coastal morphodynamics
J. A. Roelvink;G. K. F. M. Van Banning.
Oceanographic Literature Review (1995)
Long‐term morphodynamic evolution of a tidal embayment using a two‐dimensional, process‐based model
M. van der Wegen;J. A. Roelvink.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
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