Publications and References Archive (Through 2014)

Kimmerer, W.J., E.S. Gross, and M.L. MacWilliams, 2014. Tidal migration and retention of estuarine zooplankton investigated using a particle-tracking model, Limnology and Oceanography, 59(3), 901-916.

Kimmerer, W.J., M.L. MacWilliams, and E.S. Gross, 2013. Variation of fish habitat and extent of the low-salinity zone with freshwater flow in the San Francisco Estuary, San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, 11(4).

MacWilliams, M.L., and E.S. Gross, 2013. Hydrodynamic Simulation of Circulation and Residence Time in Clifton Court Forebay, San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, 11(2).

Bever, A.J., and M.L. MacWilliams, 2013. Simulating sediment transport processes in San Pablo Bay using coupled hydrodynamic, wave, and sediment transport models, Marine Geology, 345, 235-253.

Andes, L., F. Wu, J. Lo, M. MacWilliams, C. Lu, and R. Dean, 2012. Estimate of Coastal Flood Statistics for the Far South San Francisco Bay, Proceedings of the 10th Intl. Conf.on Hydroscience & Engineering, Nov. 4-7, 2012, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

MacWilliams, M.L., M.R. Tompkins, R.L. Street, G.M. Kondolf, and P.K. Kitanidis, 2010. An assessment of the effectiveness of a constructed compound channel river restoration project on an incised stream. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Volume 136, Issue 12, pp. 1042-1052. (click here for pdf)

Gross, E.S., M.L. MacWilliams, C.D. Holleman, and T.A. Hervier, 2010. Particle Tracking Model Testing and Applications Report, POD 3-D Particle Tracking Modeling Study, Prepared for Interagency Ecological Program, May 11, 2010, 109 p.

Gross, E.S., M.L. MacWilliams, and W.J. Kimmerer, 2009. Three-dimensional modeling of tidal hydrodynamics in the San Francisco Estuary, San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 7 (2).

Kimmerer, W.J., E.S. Gross, and M.L. MacWilliams, 2009. Is the response of the estuarine nekton to freshwater flow in the San Francisco Estuary explained by variation in habitat volume., Estuaries and Coasts, 32: 375-389, DOI 10.1007/s12237-008-9124-x.

MacWilliams, M.L., F.G. Salcedo, and E.S. Gross, 2008. San Francisco Bay-Delta UnTRIM Model Calibration Report, POD 3-D Particle Tracking Modeling Study, Prepared for California Department of Water Resources, December 19, 2008, 344 p.

MacWilliams, M.L., P.K. Kitanidis, and R.L. Street, 2008. Numerical simulation of flow in incised and compound channels for evaluation of river restoration design, Inaugural International Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute, EM08, Minneapolis, MN.

MacWilliams, M.L., E.S. Gross, J.F. DeGeorge, and R.R. Rachielle, 2007. Three-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling of the San Francisco Estuary on an unstructured grid, IAHR, 32nd Congress, Venice Italy, July 1-6, 2007.

Gross, E.S., N.J. Nidzieko, M.L. MacWilliams, and M.T. Stacey, 2007. Parameterization of estuarine mixing processes in the San Francisco Estuary based on analysis of three-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations, Proceedings of the Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference, ECM10, ASCE.

MacWilliams, M.L., Jr., J.M. Wheaton, G.B. Pasternack, R.L. Street, and P.K. Kitanidis, 2006. Flow convergence routing hypothesis for pool-riffle maintenance in alluvial rivers, Water Resour. Res., 42, W10427, doi:10.1029/2005WR004391. (click here for full pdf)

MacWilliams, M.L., and R.T. Cheng, 2006. Three-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling of San Pablo Bay on an unstructured grid, The 7th Int. Conf. on Hydroscience and Engineering (ICHE-2006), Sep. 10 - Sep. 13, Philadelphia, USA, 2006. (click here for full proceedings)

Gross, E.S., M.L. MacWilliams and W.Kimmerer, 2006. Simulating Periodic Stratification in San Francisco Bay, Proceedings of the Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Conference, ASCE.

MacWilliams, M.L., E.S. Gross, and W.Kimmerer, 2005. Simulating salt intrusion into Suisun Bay and the Western Delta, State of the Estuary.

MacWilliams, M.L., 2004. Three-dimensional Hydrodynamic Simulation of River Channels and Floodplains, Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University, 222 p.

MacWilliams, M.L., R.L. Street, and P.K. Kitanidis, 2004. Modeling Floodplain Flow on Lower Deer Creek, CA, River Flow 2004: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, Greco, Carravetta, & Della Morte (eds.), Vol. 2, 1429-1439, Balkema.

Gross, E.S., M.L. MacWilliams, and W.Kimmerer, 2004. Three-dimensional Hydrodynamic Modeling to Improve Understanding of Mechanisms Relating Flow to Abundance of Estuarine Biota, Proceedings of the 2004 CALFED Bay-Delta Program Science Conference.

Gross, E.S., M.L. MacWilliams, and D.Schaaf, 2004. Three-dimensional Salinity Simulations in Tidal Sloughs, Proceedings of the 2004 CALFED Bay-Delta Program Science Conference.

MacWilliams, M.L., R.L. Street, and P.K. Kitanidis, 2003. Modeling Floodplain Flow on Lower Deer Creek, CALFED Science Conference 2003: Advances in Science and Restoration in the Bay, Delta and Watershed, Abstract Volume, p.109, January 2003.

MacWilliams, M.L., R.L. Street, and P.K. Kitanidis, 2002. Numerical Simulation of Flow in Compound Channels, EOS Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H72B-0852.

MacWilliams, M.L., 2002. Hydrodynamic Modeling and River Restoration, presented at California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum (formerly known as the Bay-Delta Modeling Forum), February 2002.

MacWilliams, M.L., R.L. Street, and P.K. Kitanidis, 1999. Modeling Shear Stresses in Incised and Multi-Stage Channels, EOS Trans. AGU, 80(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., p. F448.

MacWilliams, M.L. and P.K. Kitanidis, 1998. A Geostatistical Approach to the Inverse Problem for Transient Groundwater Flow, EOS Trans. AGU, 79(45), Fall Meet. Suppl., p. F291.