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David Jay
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Portland State University
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Salmon at river's end: the role of the estuary in the decline and recovery of Columbia River salmon
DL Bottom, CA Simenstad, J Burke, AM Baptista, DA Jay, KK Jone, ...
3912005
Particle trapping in estuarine tidal flows
DA Jay, JD Musiak
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 99 (C10), 20445-20461, 1994
3491994
Historical changes in the Columbia River estuary
CR Sherwood, DA Jay, RB Harvey, P Hamilton, CA Simenstad
Progress in Oceanography 25 (1-4), 299-352, 1990
3281990
Tidal river dynamics: Implications for deltas
AJF Hoitink, DA Jay
Reviews of Geophysics 54 (1), 240-272, 2016
2932016
The Columbia River plume study: Subtidal variability in the velocity and salinity fields
BM Hickey, LJ Pietrafesa, DA Jay, WC Boicourt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 103 (C5), 10339-10368, 1998
2901998
Circulation, density distribution and neap-spring transitions in the Columbia River Estuary
DA Jay, JD Smith
Progress in Oceanography 25 (1-4), 81-112, 1990
2541990
Green's law revisited: Tidal long‐wave propagation in channels with strong topography
DA Jay
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 96 (C11), 20585-20598, 1991
2491991
River‐tide dynamics: Exploration of nonstationary and nonlinear tidal behavior in the Y angtze R iver estuary
L Guo, M van der Wegen, DA Jay, P Matte, ZB Wang, D Roelvink, Q He
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120 (5), 3499-3521, 2015
1972015
The tides they are a‐Changin': A comprehensive review of past and future nonastronomical changes in tides, their driving mechanisms, and future implications
ID Haigh, MD Pickering, JAM Green, BK Arbic, A Arns, S Dangendorf, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 58 (1), e2018RG000636, 2020
1932020
Interaction of fluctuating river flow with a barotropic tide: A demonstration of wavelet tidal analysis methods
DA Jay, EP Flinchem
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 102 (C3), 5705-5720, 1997
1871997
Changing tides: The role of natural and anthropogenic factors
SA Talke, DA Jay
Annual review of marine science 12, 121-151, 2020
1762020
River influences on shelf ecosystems: introduction and synthesis
BM Hickey, RM Kudela, JD Nash, KW Bruland, WT Peterson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 115 (C2), 2010
1752010
Enhancing tidal harmonic analysis: Robust (hybrid L1/L2) solutions
KE Leffler, DA Jay
Continental Shelf Research 29 (1), 78-88, 2009
1712009
Impacts of Columbia River discharge on salmonid habitat: 1. A nonstationary fluvial tide model
T Kukulka, DA Jay
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 108 (C9), 2003
1702003
Increasing storm tides in New York harbor, 1844–2013
SA Talke, P Orton, DA Jay
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (9), 3149-3155, 2014
1682014
A review of recent developments in estuarine scalar flux estimation
DA Jay, RJ Uncles, J Largeir, WR Geyer, J Vallino, WR Boynton
Estuaries 20, 262-280, 1997
1571997
Internal tidal asymmetry in channel flows: Origins and consequences
DA Jay, JD Musiak
Mixing in estuaries and coastal seas 50, 211-249, 1996
1571996
Residual circulation in shallow estuaries: 2. Weakly stratified and partially mixed, narrow estuaries
DA Jay, JD Smith
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 95 (C1), 733-748, 1990
1551990
Residual circulation in shallow estuaries: 1. Highly stratified, narrow estuaries
DA Jay, JD Smith
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 95 (C1), 711-731, 1990
1511990
An introduction to wavelet transform tidal analysis methods
EP Flinchem, DA Jay
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 51 (2), 177-200, 2000
1482000
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