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UH Researchers Debut New Tool to Predict Seawater Flooding
The analyses include six-day forecasts for Apra Harbor in Guam and Malakal in Palau
Scientists at the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System have come up with new forecast models to predict seawater flooding in low-lying regions in the Pacific.
The models known as PacIOOS Six-Day High Sea Level Forecasts so far include analyses of Apra Harbor in Guam and Malakal in Palau.
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“The predictions include the influences of currents and eddies that evolve over days, as well as shorter period motions not included in tide-only forecasts,” explained project leader Dr. Martin Guiles
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