His primary areas of study are Sediment, Estuary, Hydrology, Oceanography and Geotechnical engineering. His Sediment study combines topics in areas such as Settling and Shear stress. His Estuary research includes elements of Water column, Hydrography, Turbidity, Plankton and Diel vertical migration.
His work deals with themes such as Plume, Tidal prism, Sea level and Return flow, which intersect with Hydrology. His Oceanography research includes themes of Phytoplankton and Tributary. The Cohesion research Lawrence P. Sanford does as part of his general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Maximum difference, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His primary areas of study are Sediment, Oceanography, Hydrology, Estuary and Sediment transport. His Sediment research integrates issues from Settling, Erosion, Water column and Shear stress. Lawrence P. Sanford combines topics linked to Phytoplankton with his work on Oceanography.
His work carried out in the field of Hydrology brings together such families of science as Organic matter, Tropical cyclone, Compaction and Storm. His Estuary research incorporates themes from Stratification, Bay, Turbidity and Tributary. The Sediment transport study combines topics in areas such as Geotechnical engineering, Forcing and Advection.
His main research concerns Sediment, Hydrology, Oceanography, Estuary and Water column. His Sediment study incorporates themes from Tropical cyclone and Flood myth. While working in this field, Lawrence P. Sanford studies both Hydrology and Aquatic plant.
His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phytoplankton and Riprap. His study in Estuary is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wind stress, Wave model, Fetch and Wind wave. His Water column study also includes
Sediment, Oceanography, Flood myth, Surface wave and Phytoplankton are his primary areas of study. Lawrence P. Sanford does research in Sediment, focusing on Sedimentation specifically. His work often combines Oceanography and Exopolymer studies.
His Flood myth study results in a more complete grasp of Hydrology. The various areas that Lawrence P. Sanford examines in his Phytoplankton study include Nutrient cycle, Deposition, Sediment trap and Oyster. Lawrence P. Sanford usually deals with Wind wave model and limits it to topics linked to Estuary and Meteorology, Wind wave, Stratification and Tropical cyclone.
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A unified erosion formulation for fine sediments
Lawrence P Sanford;Jerome P.-Y Maa.
Marine Geology (2001)
Model for Estimating Tidal Flushing of Small Embayments
Lawrence P. Sanford;William C. Boicourt;Stephen R. Rives.
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-asce (1992)
Assessing the paradigm of mutually exclusive erosion and deposition of mud, with examples from upper Chesapeake Bay
Lawrence P. Sanford;Jeffrey P. Halka.
Marine Geology (1993)
Modeling a dynamically varying mixed sediment bed with erosion, deposition, bioturbation, consolidation, and armoring
Lawrence P. Sanford.
Computers & Geosciences (2008)
Temporal and spatial patterns of zooplankton in the Chesapeake Bay turbidity maximum
M. R. Roman;D. V. Holliday;L. P. Sanford.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Reconsidering the physics of the Chesapeake Bay estuarine turbidity maximum
Lawrence P. Sanford;Steven E. Suttles;Jeffrey P. Halka.
Sediment resuspension characteristics in Baltimore Harbor, Maryland
Jerome P.-Y Maa;Larry Sanford;Jeffery P Halka.
Marine Geology (1998)
Turbulent mixing in experimental ecosystem studies
Lawrence P. Sanford.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1997)
Covariability of dissolved oxygen with physical processes in the summertime Chesapeake Bay
Lawrence P. Sanford;Kevin G. Sellner;Denise L. Breitburg.
Journal of Marine Research (1990)
Wave-forced resuspension of upper Chesapeake Bay muds
Lawrence P. Sanford.
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