Brett F. Sanders
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Taking the “waste” out of “wastewater” for human water security and ecosystem sustainability
SB Grant, JD Saphores, DL Feldman, AJ Hamilton, TD Fletcher, ...
science 337 (6095), 681-686, 2012
4142012
Finite-volume model for shallow-water flooding of arbitrary topography
SF Bradford, BF Sanders
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 128 (3), 289-298, 2002
4142002
Evaluation of on-line DEMs for flood inundation modeling
BF Sanders
Advances in water resources 30 (8), 1831-1843, 2007
4072007
Unstructured grid finite-volume algorithm for shallow-water flow and scalar transport with wetting and drying
L Begnudelli, BF Sanders
Journal of hydraulic engineering 132 (4), 371-384, 2006
2692006
Scaling and management of fecal indicator bacteria in runoff from a coastal urban watershed in southern California
RL Reeves, SB Grant, RD Mrse, CM Copil Oancea, BF Sanders, ...
Environmental science & technology 38 (9), 2637-2648, 2004
2232004
Generation of enterococci bacteria in a coastal saltwater marsh and its impact on surf zone water quality
SB Grant, BF Sanders, AB Boehm, JA Redman, JH Kim, RD Mrše, AK Chu, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (12), 2407-2416, 2001
2202001
Unstructured mesh generation and landcover-based resistance for hydrodynamic modeling of urban flooding
JE Schubert, BF Sanders, MJ Smith, NG Wright
Advances in Water Resources 31 (12), 1603-1621, 2008
2072008
Building treatments for urban flood inundation models and implications for predictive skill and modeling efficiency
JE Schubert, BF Sanders
Advances in Water Resources 41, 49-64, 2012
2052012
Two-dimensional, high-resolution modeling of urban dam-break flooding: A case study of Baldwin Hills, California
HA Gallegos, JE Schubert, BF Sanders
Advances in Water Resources 32 (8), 1323-1335, 2009
1892009
Integral formulation of shallow-water equations with anisotropic porosity for urban flood modeling
BF Sanders, JE Schubert, HA Gallegos
Journal of Hydrology 362 (1-2), 19-38, 2008
1752008
Compounding effects of sea level rise and fluvial flooding
HR Moftakhari, G Salvadori, A AghaKouchak, BF Sanders, RA Matthew
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (37), 9785-9790, 2017
1602017
High-resolution and non-oscillatory solution of the St. Venant equations in non-rectangular and non-prismatic channels
BF Sanders
Journal of hydraulic Research 39 (3), 321-330, 2001
1322001
ParBreZo: A parallel, unstructured grid, Godunov-type, shallow-water code for high-resolution flood inundation modeling at the regional scale
BF Sanders, JE Schubert, RL Detwiler
Advances in Water Resources 33 (12), 1456-1467, 2010
1302010
Simulation of the St. Francis dam-break flood
L Begnudelli, BF Sanders
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 133 (11), 1200-1212, 2007
1302007
Adaptive Godunov-based model for flood simulation
L Begnudelli, BF Sanders, SF Bradford
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134 (6), 714-725, 2008
1182008
Environmental fate and transport modeling for perfluorooctanoic acid emitted from the Washington Works Facility in West Virginia
HM Shin, VM Vieira, PB Ryan, R Detwiler, B Sanders, K Steenland, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (4), 1435-1442, 2011
1152011
Predicting tidal flooding of urbanized embayments: A modeling framework and data requirements
TW Gallien, JE Schubert, BF Sanders
Coastal Engineering 58 (6), 567-577, 2011
1052011
Cumulative hazard: The case of nuisance flooding
HR Moftakhari, A AghaKouchak, BF Sanders, RA Matthew
Earth's Future 5 (2), 214-223, 2017
1042017
An intercomparison of remote sensing river discharge estimation algorithms from measurements of river height, width, and slope
M Durand, CJ Gleason, PA Garambois, D Bjerklie, LC Smith, H Roux, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4527-4549, 2016
1022016
Cross-shelf transport at Huntington Beach. Implications for the fate of sewage discharged through an offshore ocean outfall
AB Boehm, BF Sanders, CD Winant
Environmental science & technology 36 (9), 1899-1906, 2002
1022002
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