Richard W. Sternberg spends much of his time researching Continental shelf, Sediment transport, Oceanography, Sediment and Discharge. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in River mouth, Sedimentary depositional environment, Progradation, Seabed and Geomorphology. Many of his research projects under Geomorphology are closely connected to Breaking wave, Electronics, Data acquisition and Signal processing with Breaking wave, Electronics, Data acquisition and Signal processing, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Richard W. Sternberg combines subjects such as Storm and Flow velocity with his study of Sediment transport. The various areas that Richard W. Sternberg examines in his Sediment study include Sedimentary rock, Geotechnical engineering and Mineralogy. His Flood myth study, which is part of a larger body of work in Hydrology, is frequently linked to Advection and Plume, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His main research concerns Sediment transport, Sediment, Oceanography, Continental shelf and Geomorphology. His Sediment transport research incorporates elements of Submarine pipeline, River mouth, Boundary layer, Seabed and Benthic zone. His Sediment research includes elements of Hydrology, Current, Mineralogy and Surf zone.
His research investigates the connection between Oceanography and topics such as Sedimentary rock that intersect with problems in Sedimentation. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sedimentary depositional environment and Sedimentary budget. His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stratification and Wind wave.
His primary areas of study are Oceanography, Continental shelf, Sediment transport, Sediment and Discharge. His is doing research in Water column and Shore, both of which are found in Oceanography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sedimentary budget, Mesoscale meteorology, Seabed, Geomorphology and Sedimentary depositional environment in addition to Continental shelf.
Richard W. Sternberg interconnects Submarine pipeline, River mouth, Hydrology, Benthic zone and Tripod in the investigation of issues within Sediment transport. His Submarine pipeline research focuses on subjects like Estuary, which are linked to Boundary layer. His studies deal with areas such as Tidal river, Mineralogy and Fluvial as well as Sediment.
His primary areas of investigation include Discharge, Oceanography, Continental shelf, Sediment transport and Submarine canyon. Discharge is connected with Hydrology, Storm, Tidal current, Winter storm and Seasonality in his study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Sediment and Hydrology.
His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Mesoscale meteorology, overlaps with other areas such as Water depth. His Continental shelf study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sedimentary budget, Archipelago, Siliciclastic, Progradation and Bioturbation. His research in Submarine canyon intersects with topics in Sediment gravity flow, Water column, Pore water pressure and Thalweg.
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The use of Pb-210 geochronology as a sedimentological tool: Application to the Washington continental shelf
C.A. Nittrouer;R.W. Sternberg;R. Carpenter;J.T. Bennett.
Marine Geology (1979)
Fluid-mud processes on the Amazon continental shelf
G.C. Kineke;G.C. Kineke;R.W. Sternberg;J.H. Trowbridge;W.R. Geyer.
computer science symposium in russia (1996)
Observations of storm and river flood-driven sediment transport on the northern California continental shelf
A.S Ogston;A.S Ogston;D.A Cacchione;D.A Cacchione;R.W Sternberg;G.C Kineke.
Continental Shelf Research (2000)
The formation of sedimentary strata in an allochthonous shelf environment: The Washington continental shelf
C.A Nittrouer;R.W Sternberg.
Marine Geology (1981)
New instrumentation for the investigation of sediment suspension processes in the shallow marine environment
John P Downing;R.W Sternberg;C.R.B Lister.
Marine Geology (1981)
Shelf-to-canyon sediment-transport processes on the Eel continental margin (northern California)
P. Puig;A.S. Ogston;B.L. Mullenbach;C.A. Nittrouer.
Marine Geology (2003)
Friction factors in tidal channels with differing bed roughness
Marine Geology (1968)
Measurement of size and settling velocity of suspended aggregates on the northern California continental shelf
R.W Sternberg;I Berhane;A.S Ogston.
Marine Geology (1999)
Distribution of fluid muds on the Amazon continental shelf
G.C. Kineke;G.C. Kineke;R.W. Sternberg.
Marine Geology (1995)
Measurements of high concentration suspended sediments using the optical backscatterance sensor
G.C Kineke;R.W Sternberg.
Marine Geology (1992)
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