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Dissipation of Long-Wave Energy by Discontinuous Macro-Roughness Representing Forested Areas
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This is a payload project. The data sets with the relevant metadata were uploaded to its host the project NEES-2009-0663 'Mitigating the Risk of Coastal Infrastructure through understanding Tsunami-Structure Interaction and Modeling' (NSF award # 0830328, PI Daniel Cox). The project contains the final report and several other reports, including the executive summary.

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Executive Summary: Download Document
PI(s): Jennifer L Irish
Dates: August 15, 2009 - July 31, 2011
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
Organization(s): Texas A & M University, TX, United States
Description:
All data for this project can be found at http://nees.org/warehouse/project/663, the Housesmash project. Since this was a payload project, collected data is intermingled with the primary project data. Please refer to project 663 URL provided above... (more)
Website(s): Macro-roughness Payload (view)
Dissipation of Long-Wave Energy (view)
Group Space: Project:Dissipation of Long-Wave Energy by Discontinuous Macro-Roughness Representing Forested Areas
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Publications:
, "Final Report for the National Science Foundation" (view)
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Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.