Modelling the 5 December 2013 Storm Surge

I have a new blog post over on the GEES-ology blog, the first of a four-part series looking at the legacy of the 2013 storm surge on the Humber region a year after the event. The first part looks at our work to model the tidal flows in the Humber, and simulating the storm surge and its flooding. This is also the science that underpins the Humber in a Box project.

“Storm Surge 2013 : One Year On – Part One : Modelling the Surge

by @cloudskinner

This is the first post of a four week mini-series looking back at the storm surge of 5 December 2013. The surge caused extensive flooding along the East Coast of the UK but our focus has been on the area immediately around the Humber, and you can read our reaction shortly after the storm surge in this older post. Over the next few weeks…”

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