David Greenberg

Image David Alexander Greenberg
Chercheur scientifique émérite

Modélisation côtière et océanique, marées et courants

Pêches et Océans Canada

Principales publications

 [1] D.A. Greenberg. Modiffication of the m2 tide due to barriers in the Bay of Fundy. Journal of the
Fisheries Research Board, 26:2775{2783, 1969.
 [2] D.A. Greenberg. Developments in the analys if stochastic functions. Masters Essay, University of
Waterloo, 1970.
 [3] D.A. Greenberg and H.E. Sweers. Possible improvements to Matthews Tables in areas of Canadian
data holdings. Int. Hydr. Rev., 49(1):127{151, 1972.
 [4] N.S. Heaps and D.A. Greenberg. Mathematical model studies of tidal behaviour in the Bay of Fundy.
In Proceedings of IEEE Ocean 74 Conference, volume 2, pages 388{399, New York, NY, 1974. The
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
 [5] David Alexander Greenberg. Mathematical studies of tidal behaviour in the Bay of Fundy. PhD thesis,
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, U.K., 1975.
 [6] C. Garrett and D. Greenberg. Predicting changes in tidal regime: the open boundary problem.
Journal of Physical Oceanography, 7(2):171{181, 1977.
 [7] David Alexander Greenberg. Mathematical studies of tidal behaviour in the Bay of Fundy.
Manuscript Report Series 46, Marine Sciences Branch, Department of Fisheries and the Environment,
Ottawa, 1977.
 [8] D. Greenberg. Effects of tidal power development on the physical oceanography of the Bay of Fundy
and Gulf of Maine. In G.R. Daborn, editor, Fundy Tidal Power and the Environment, volume 28,
pages 200{232, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, January 1977. Acadia University Institute.
 [9] C. J. R. Garrett, J. R. Keeley, and D. A. Greenberg. Tidal mixing versus thermal stratiffication in the
Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. Atmos. Ocean, 16(4):403{423, 1978.
 [10] David A. Greenberg. A Numerical Model Investigation of Tidal Phenomena in the Bay of Fundy and
Gulf of Maine. Marine Geodesy, 2(2):161{187, 1979.
 [11] David A. Greenberg. Bay of Fundy tidal power { mathematical studies. In J.D. Buckmaster, editor,
Fluid Mechanics in Energy Conversion, volume 7 of SIAM-SIMS Conference Series, pages 51{82,
Philadelphia, 1980. SIAM.
 [12] David A. Greenberg. Modelling the mean barotropic circulation in the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of
Maine. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 13(5):886{904, 1983.
 [13] David B. Scott and David A. Greenberg. Relative sea-level rise and tidal development in the Fundy
tidal system. Can. J. Earth Sci., 20:1554{1564, 1983.
 [14] D.A. Greenberg and C.L. Amos. Suspended sediment transport and depositional modelling in the Bay
of Fundy { a region of potential tidal power development. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Science., 40(Suppl.
1):20{34, 1983.
 [15] David A. Greenberg. The effects of tidal power development on the physical oceanography of the Bay
of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. In Proceedings of the hearing on the effects of the proposed tidal
hydro-electric project in the Bay of Fundy, pages 77{98, Washington, DC, 1983. U.S. Senate
Committee on environment and public works, U.S. Government Printing Office.
 [16] David A. Greenberg. A review of the physical oceanography of the Bay of Fundy. In Donald C.
Gordon and Michael J. Dadswell, editors, Update on the Marine Environmental Consequences of Tidal
Power Development in the Upper Reaches of the Bay of Fundy, number 1256 in Can. Tech. Rep. Fish.
Aquat. Sci., page 9, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, 1984. Supply and
Services Canada.
 [17] David A. Greenberg. The effects of tidal power development on the physical oceanography of the Bay
of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. In Donald C. Gordon and Michael J. Dadswell, editors, Update on the
Marine Environmental Consequences of Tidal Power Development in the Upper Reaches of the Bay of
Fundy, number 1256 in Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., page 349, Bedford Institute of
Oceanography, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, 1984. Supply and Services Canada.
 [18] L.F. Ku, D.A. Greenberg, C.J.R. Garrett, and F.W. Dobson. Nodal modulation of the semi-diurnal
tide in the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. Science, 230:69{71, 1985.
 [19] D.A. Greenberg. Time and space variations of water levels in the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. In
G. Daborn, editor, Proceedings of the joint Fundy Environmental Studies Committee/New England
Esturaine research Society meeting October 1985, volume 1, pages 21{33, Wolfville, N.S., 1986. Acadia
Centre for Estuarine Research.
 [20] T. Hayashi, D. Greenberg, and C. Garrett. A note on open boundary conditions for numerical models
of shelf circulation. Continental Shelf Research, 5(4):487{497, 1986.
 [21] J.W. Loder and D.A. Greenberg. Predicted positions of tidal fronts in the Gulf of Maine region.
Continental Shelf Research, 6(3):397{414, 1986.
 [22] D.J. Wildish, D.J. Peer, and D.A. Greenberg. Benthic macrofaunal production in the Bay of Fundy
and the possible effects of a tidal power barrage at Economy Point{Cape Tenny. Can. J. Fish. Aquat.
Science., 43:2410{2417, 1986.
 [23] Daniel G. Wright, David A. Greenberg, John W. Loder, and Peter C. Smith. The steady state
barotropic response of the Gulf of Maine and adjacent regions to surface wind stress. Journal of
Physical Oceanography, 16:947{966, 1986.
 [24] D. A. Greenberg. Modeling tidal power. Scientiffic American, Nov:128{131, 1987.
 [25] D.A. Greenberg and P.C. Smith. Tidal fronts and tidal mixing. In Brenda Newman and Michael P.
Latramouille, editors, BIO Review '86. Supplies and Services Canada, Dartmouth, N.S., 1987.
 [26] T.S. Murty and D.A. Greenberg. Numerical simulation of the storm surge of January 1982 on the
south coast of Newfoundland. Atmos. Ocean, 25(1):46{59, 1987.
 [27] M.T. Scholtz, D.G. McGillivray, B. Weisman, and D.A. Greenberg. Modelling meteorologically forced
currents on the Scotian Shelf. In Proceedings Ocean 87. Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers, 1987.
 [28] D. Wright, D.A. Greenberg, and F.G. Majaes. The in
uence of bays on adjusted sea-level over
adjacent shelves with application to the Labrador Shelf. Journal of Geophysical Research,
92(c13):14610{14620, 1987.
 [29] D.A. Greenberg. Reply to comments of R. Sproule on \Modeling tidal power". Scientiffic American,
258(3):7, 1988.
 [30] David A. Greenberg and Brian D. Petrie. The mean barotropic circulation on the Newfoundland Shelf
and Slope. Journal of Geophysical Research, 93:15541{15550,15777, 1988.
 [31] David A. Greenberg, Gaspar R. Valenzuela, and Davidson T. Chen. Determining the currents over
Phelps Bank. In G.J. Komen and W.A. Oost, editors, Radar Scattering from modulated wind waves,
pages 3{17, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1989. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
 [32] David A. Greenberg. The contribution of modelling to understanding the dynamics of the Bay of
Fundy and Gulf of Maine. In A.M. Davies, editor, Modelling Marine Systems, volume 2, pages
107{140. CRC Press, Florida, 1990.
 [33] D.A. Greenberg and D.R. Lynch. Finite element models for continental shelf studies. In M. Rhaman,
editor, Ocean Wave Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Mathematical Modelling,
Proceedings Canadian Applied Math Conference, pages 727{738. CAMS, 1990.
 [34] S.R. Chubb, G.R. Valenzuela, and D.A. Greenberg. Radar surface signatures based on the
two-dimensional tidal circulation of Phelps Bank, Nantucket Shoals. IEEE Trans. GeoScience. Remote
Sensing, 29:129, 1991.
 [35] M. Rattray Jr., D.A. Brooks, G.L. Flierl, D.S. Gorsline, D.A. Greenberg, J.W. Loder, J. Niebaur, and
M.L. Spaulding. Physical oceanography. In The adequacy of environmental information for outer
continental oil and gas decisions:, pages 13{42. National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 1991.
 [36] D.G. Wright, D.A. Greenberg, and J.F. Middleton. Statistical estimates and dynamical interpretations
of bottom pressure variations over the Labrador/Newfoundland Shelf. Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrogr.
Ocean Science. 131, Fisheries and Oceans, Dartmouth, N.S., 1991.
 [37] Daniel R. Lynch, Francisco E. Werner, David A. Greenberg, and John W. Loder. Diagnostic model for
baroclinic, wind-driven and tidal circulation in shallow seas. Continental Shelf Research, 12:37{64,
1992.
 [38] David A. Greenberg and Daniel R. Lynch. Review: Gulf of Maine circulation modeling. In J. Wiggen
and C.N.K. Mooers, editors, Proceedings of the Gulf of Maine Scienceentiffic workshop, pages 125{140,
Boston, 1992. University of Massachusetts, Urban Harbors Institute.
 [39] David A. Greenberg, T. S. Murty, and Alan Ruffman. A Numerical Model for the Tsunami in Halifax
Harbour due to the Explosion in December 1917. Marine Geodesy, 16:153{167, 1993.
 [40] David A. Greenberg, T.S. Murty, and Alan Ruffman. Modelling the tsunami from the 1917 Halifax
Harbour explosion. Tsunami Hazzards, 11(2):67{80, 1993.
 [41] Francisco E. Werner, Fred H. Page, Daniel R. Lynch, John W. Loder, R. Gregory Lough, R. Ian Perry,
David A. Greenberg, and Michael M. Sinclair. In
uences of mean advection and simple behavior on
the distribution of cod and haddock early life stages on Georges Bank. Fisheries Oceanography,
2:43{64, 1993.
 [42] Alan Ruffman, David A. Greenberg, and T. S. Murty. The Tsunami from the 1917 explosion in
Halifax Harbour. In Alan Ruffman and Colin Howell, editors, Ground Zero - A reassessment of the
1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, page 327. Nimbus Publishing and Gorsebrook Research Institute
for Atlantic Canada Studies, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1994.
 [43] David A. Greenberg. Model progression in the Gulf of Maine. In E. Braasch, editor, Gulf of Maine
Circulation Modeling, RARGOM Report 94-1, pages 39{48, ,Hanover, NH, 1994. Regional Association
for Research on the Gulf of Maine, Dartmouth College.
 [44] C.G. Hannah, D.A. Greenberg, J.W. Loder, and Z. Xu. Seasonal baroclinic circulation in the
Scotian-Maine and Grand Banks regions. In W.R. Crawford and M.G.G. Foreman, editors, PERD
Workshop on Coastal Current Models for Continental Shelves, Kelowna, B.C. June 1-2 1995, volume
169 of Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrog. Ocean. Science, pages 81{85. Supply and Services Canada, 1995.
 [45] David A. Greenberg, John W. Loder, Yingshuo Shen, Daniel R. Lynch, and Christopher E. Naimie.
Spatial and temporal structure of the barotropic response of the Scotian Shelf and Gulf of Maine to
surface wind stress. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102(c9):20897{20915, September 1997.
 [46] D.A. Greenberg and B.D. Petrie. The physical environment of the Bay of Fundy. In J.A. Percy, P.G.
Wells, and A.J. Evans, editors, Bay of Fundy Issues: A Scienceentiffic Overview, Occasional Report
No. 8, chapter 2, pages 11{27. Environment Canada - Atlantic Region, Sackville N.B., 1997.
 [47] John W. Loder, Guoqi Han, Charles G. Hannah, David A. Greenberg, and Peter C. Smith.
Hydrography and baroclinic circulation in the Scotian Shelf region: winter versus summer. Can. J.
Fish. Aquat. Science., 54(Suppl. 1):40{56, 1997.
 [48] David A. Greenberg, Francisco E. Werner, and Daniel R. Lynch. A diagnostic ffinite element ocean
circulation model in spherical-polar coordinates. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology,
15:942{958, August 1998.
 [49] David Greenberg, Jennifer Shore, and Yingshuo Shen. Modelling tidal
ows in Passamaquoddy Bay.
In Michael D.B. Burt and Peter G. Wells, editors, Coastal Monitoring and the Bay of Fundy.
Proceedings of Maritime Atlantic Ecozone: Science Workshop, held in St. Andrews, New Brunswick,
Nov 11-15., pages 58{64, St. Andrews, N.B., 1998. Huntsman Marine Sciences Centre.
 [50] F. Page, D. Greenberg, G. Bugden, R. Losier, J. Shore, E. Horne, S. Robinson, B. Chang, and
T. Septhon. Carrying capacity research in the nearshore environment: Planned shellffish work for the
Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans Science Strategic Research Program on Coastal
Oceanography for Sustainable Aquaculture Development (cosad). Bulletin of the Aquaculture
Association of Canada, (2):14{16, June 1999.
 [51] David A. Greenberg. Modelling initiatives in the Bay of Fundy (abstract only). In T. Chopin and
P. G. Wells, editors, Opportunities and Challenges for Protecting, Restoring and Enhancing Coastal
Habitats in the Bay of Fundy. Proceedings of the 4th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Saint John,
New Brunswick, September 19-21, 2000., number 17 in Environment Canada, Atlantic Region
Occasional Report, page 237. Environment Canada, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, 2001.
 [52] David Greenberg. The case for targeted resolution in geographically referenced models. In First
National Science Workshop, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, B.C. November 14-16, 2001.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2001.
 [53] David A. Greenberg, Fred Page, and Michael Dowd. Finite element physical modelling. In B.T.
Hargrave and Phillips. G.A., editors, Environmental Studies for Sustainable Aquaculture (ESSA): 2001
Workshop, number 2352 in Can Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., pages 26{27. Fisheries and Oceans, 2001.
 [54] Michael Dowd, Keith R. Thompson, Yingsuuo Shen, and David A. Greenberg. Probabalistic
characterization of exchange and mixing with application to the Quoddy region. In B.T. Hargrave,
editor, Environmental Studies for Sustainable Aquaculture (ESSA): 2002 Workshop Report, number
2411 in Can Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., page 40. Fisheries and Oceans, 2002.
 [55] David A. Greenberg, Jason Chaffey, Michael Dowd, and Fred Page. Model diagnostics for aquaculture
sites in the Quoddy Region. In B.T. Hargrave, editor, Environmental Studies for Sustainable
Aquaculture (ESSA): 2002 Workshop Report, number 2411 in Can Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., pages
38{39. Fisheries and Oceans, 2002.
 [56] F. Dupont, C. G. Hannah, D. A. Greenberg, and C. E. Naimie. Modelling system for tides for the
Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrogr. Ocean Sci. 221, Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
2002.
 [57] Fred Page, Richard Peterson, and David Greenberg. Salmon aquaculture, dissolved oxygen and the
coastal habitat: Scaling arguments and simple models. In B.T. Hargrave, editor, Environmental
Studies for Sustainable Aquaculture (ESSA): 2002 Workshop Report, number 2411 in Can Tech. Rep.
Fish. Aquat. Sci., pages 16{18. Fisheries and Oceans, 2002.
 [58] Keith R. Thompson, Michael Dowd, Yingshuo Shen, and David A. Greenberg. Probabilistic
characterization of tidal mixing in a coastal embayment: a Markov chain approach. Continental Shelf
Research, 22(11-13):1603{1614, July - August 2002.
 [59] J. D. Chaffey and D. A. Greenberg. resolute: A semi-automated ffinite element mesh generation
routine. Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrogr. Ocean Sci. 225, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2003.
 [60] Nicolai Kliem and David A. Greenberg. Diagnostic simulations of the Summer circulation in the
Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Atmosphere-Ocean, 41(4):273{289, 2003.
 [61] David Greenberg. Changing sea level { changing tides in the Bay of Fundy. In P. G. Wells, G. R.
Daborn, J. A. Percy, J. Harvey, and S. J. Rolston, editors, Health of the Bay of Fundy: Assessing Key
Issues, Proceedings of the 5th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop and Caostal Forum, \Taking the Pulse
of the Bay", Wolfeville, Nova Scotia, May 13-16, 2002. Occasional Report No. 21, page 416,
Dartmouth Nova Scotia and Sackville New Brunswick, 2004. Environment Canada - Atlantic Region,
Environment Canada.
 [62] D. A. Greenberg and N. Kliem. Diagnostic simulations of the Summer circulation in the Canadian
Arctic Archipelago. ASOF Newsletter (Unpublished Manuscript), 2:23{25, March 2004.
 [63] Fred H. Page, Randy Losier, Paul Mcurdy, David Greenberg, Jason Chaffey, and Blythe Chang.
Disolved oxugen and salmon cage culture in the southwestern New Brunswick portion of the Bay of
Fundy. In Barry T. Hargrave, editor, Environmental Effects of Marine Finffish Aquaculture, Handbook
of Environmental Chemistry. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 2004.
 [64] David A. Greenberg, Jennifer A. Shore, Fred H. Page, and Michael Dowd. A ffinite element circulation
model for embayments with drying intertidal areas and its application to the Quoddy region of the
Bay of Fundy. Ocean Modelling, 10:211{231, 2005.
 [65] M. Dunphy, F. Dupont, C. G. Hannah, and D. Greenberg. Validation of modeling system for tides in
the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrogr. Ocean Sci. 243, Fisheries and Oceans
Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth NS, 2005.
 [66] B. D. Chang, F. H. Page, R. J. Losier, D. A. Greenberg, J. D. Chaffey, and E. P. McCurdy. Water
circulation ans management of infectious salmon anemia in the salmon aquaculture industry of
Cobscook Bay, Maine and adjacent Southwestern New Brunswick. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and
Aquat. Sci. 2598, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2005.
 [67] B. D. Chang, F. H. Page, R. J. Losier, D. A. Greenberg, J. D. Chaffey, and E. P. McCurdy. Water
circulation ans management of infectious salmon anemia in the salmon aquaculture industry of
Cobscook Bay, Maine and adjacent Southwestern New Brunswick. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and
Aquat. Sci. 2598, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2005.
 [68] Frédéric Dupont Dupont, Charles G. Hannah, and David Greenberg. Modelling the sea level of the Upper Bay
of Fundy. Atmosphere-Ocean, 43(1):33{47, 2005.
 [69] F. H. Page, B. D. Chang, R. J. Losier, D. A. Greenberg, J. D. Chaffey, and E. P. McCurdy. Water
circulation and management of infectious salmon anemia in the salmon aquaculture industry of
Southern Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and Aquat. Sci. 2595,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2005.
 [70] Danya Xu, Huijie Xue, and David A. Greenberg. A numerical study of the circulation and drifter
trajectories in Cobscook Bay. In M. L. Spaulding, editor, Proceedings of the 9th International
Proceedings of the 9th International, pages 176{195. ASCE, 2006.
 [71] B. D. Chang, F. H. Page, R. J. Losier, D. A. Greenberg, J. D. Chaffey, and E. P. McCurdy. Water
circulation ans management of infectious salmon anemia in the salmon aquaculture industry of
Eastern Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and Aquat. Sci. 2621,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2006.
 [72] B. D. Chang, F. H. Page, R. J. Losier, D. A. Greenberg, J. D. Chaffey, and E. P. McCurdy. Water
circulation and management of infectious salmon anemia in the salmon aquaculture industry in
Passamaquoddy Bay, Southwestern New Brunswick. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and Aquat. Sci. 2622,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2006.
 [73] David A. Greenberg, Frederic Dupont, Florent H. Lyard, Daniel R. Lynch, and Francisco E. Werner.
Resolution issues in numerical models of oceanic and coastal circulation. Continental Shelf Research,
27(9):1317 { 1343, 2007.
 [74] B. D. Chang, F. H. Page, R. J. Losier, P. Lawton, R. Singh, and D. A. Greenberg. Evaluation of bay
management area scenarios for the Southwestern New Brunswick salmon aquaculture industry:
Aquaculture Collaborative Research and Development Program ffinal project report. Can. Tech. Rep.
Fisheries and Aquat. Sci. 2722, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2007.
 [75] B. D. Chang, R. J. Losier, F. H. Page, D. A. Greenberg, and J. D. Chaffey. Use of a water circulation
model to predict the movements of phytoplankton blooms affecting salmon farms in the Grand Manan
Island area, Southwestern New Brunswick, Canada. Can. Tech. Rep. Fisheries and Aquat. Sci. 2703,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2007.
 [76] H. Melling, T. A. Agnew, K. K. Falkner, D. A. Greenberg, C. M. Lee, A. Mnchow, B. Petrie, S. J.
Prinsenberg, R. M. Samelson, , and R. A Woodgate. Fresh-water
uxes via Paciffic and Arctic Outflow
across the Canadian Polar Shelf. In R. R. Dickson, J. Meincke, and P. Rhines, editors,
Arctic-Subarctic Ocean Fluxes: Deffining the Role of the Northern Seas in Climate, page 193248.
Springer Verlag, The Netherlands, 2008.
 [77] Charles G. Hannah, Frédéric Dupontk Dupont, A. Kate Collins, Michael Dunphy, and David Greenberg.
Revisions to a modelling system for tides in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Canadian Technical
Report of Hydrographic and Ocean Sciences 259, Ocean Sciences Division, Bedford Institute of
Oceanography, 2008.
 [78] John Shaw, Carl L. Amos, David A. Greenberg, Charles T. OReilly, D. Russell Parrott, and Eric
Patton. Catastrophic tidal expansion in the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth
Sciences, 47(8):1079{1091, August 2010.
 [79] Shiliang Shan, Jinyu Sheng, Keith Richard Thompson, and David Alexander Greenberg. Simulating
the three-dimensional circulation and hydrography of Halifax Harbour using a multi-nested coastal
ocean circulation model. Ocean Dynamics, 2011.
 [80] Daisuke Hasegawa, Jinyu Sheng, David A Greenberg, and Keith R Thompson. Far-ffield effects of tidal
energy extraction in the minas passage on tidal circulation in the bay of fundy and gulf of maine using
a nested-grid coastal circulation model. Ocean Dynamics, 61(11):1845{1868, 2011.
 [81] A. Kate Collins, Charles G. Hannah, and David Greenberg. Validation of a high resolution modelling
system for tides in the canadian arctic archipelago. Canadian Technical Report of Hydrography and
Ocean Sciences 273, Ocean Sciences Division, Maritimes Region, Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, N.S., Canada B2Y 4A2, 2011.
 [82] Yongsheng Wu, Jason Chaffey, David Greenberg, Keir Colbo, and Peter Smith. Tidally-induced
sediment transport patterns in the upper bay of fundy: a numerical study. Continental Shelf Research,
31(19-20):2041{2053, 2011.
 [83] David A Greenberg, Wade Blanchard, Bruce Smith, and Elaine Barrow. Climate change, mean sea
level and high tides in the bay of fundy. Atmosphere-ocean, 50(3):261{276, 2012.
 [84] Yongsheng Wu, Jason Chaffey, Brent Law, David A Greenberg, Adam Drozdowski, Fred Page, and
Susan Haigh. A three-dimensional hydrodynamic model for aquaculture: a case study in the bay of
fundy. Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 5(3):235{248, 2014.
 [85] Daniel R Lynch, David A Greenberg, Ata Bilgili, Dennis J McGillicuddy Jr, James P Manning, and
Alfredo L Aretxabaleta. Particles in the coastal ocean: Theory and applications. Cambridge University
Press, March 2015.
 [86] Michael Z Li, Charles G Hannah, William A Perrie, Charles CL Tang, Robert H Prescott, and
David A Greenberg. Modelling seabed shear stress, sediment mobility, and sediment transport in the
Bay of Fundy. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52(9):757{775, 2015.