Zheng Bing Wang


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Zheng Bing

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Wang

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2017-11 Net sediment transport in tidal basins: quantifying the tidal barotropic mechanisms in a unified framework in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2017-09 Tidal controls on river delta morphology in NATURE GEOSCIENCE
  • 2017-05 SPM response to tide and river flow in the hyper-turbid Ems River in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2016-10 Development and extension of an aggregated scale model: Part 2 — Extensions to ASMITA in CHINA OCEAN ENGINEERING
  • 2016-07 Development and extension of an aggregated scale model: Part 1 – Background to ASMITA in CHINA OCEAN ENGINEERING
  • 2014-10 Interaction between suspended sediment and tidal amplification in the Guadalquivir Estuary in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2013-12 A 1D model for tides waves and fine sediment in short tidal basins—Application to the Wadden Sea in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2013-12 Man-induced regime shifts in small estuaries—I: theory in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2013-12 Man-induced regime shifts in small estuaries—II: a comparison of rivers in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2011-12 Eco-Morphological Problems in the Yangtze Estuary and the Western Scheldt in WETLANDS
  • 2008-08 Modelling impact of dredging and dumping in ebb-flood channel systems in TRANSACTIONS OF TIANJIN UNIVERSITY
  • 2006-07 Flow velocity profiles in the Lower Scheldt estuary in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2006-07 Modelling sand–mud morphodynamics in the Friesche Zeegat in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2004-07 Sand–mud morphodynamics in a short tidal basin in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2003-09 Comparison of longitudinal equilibrium profiles of estuaries in idealized and process-based models in OCEAN DYNAMICS
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