CHESAPEAKE BAY STORM SURGE, SEICHES, AND FLOODING
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... BAY STORM SURGE, SEICHES, AND FLOODING [Insert al Affiliation] Estuaries and semi-enclosed bays are ordinarily protectedfrom storm surges which are hurricane-generated. However, when a hurricane moves on land, it induces strong currents, high storm surges and the likelihood of occurrence of a seiche resonance. Apparently, numerical model prediction and simultaneous observations indicated a slablike sloshing in Chesapeake Bay, after it was strongly hit by, Hurricane Isabel on 16th September 2003, the deadliest and most costly hurricane from a tropical cyclone (Ming et al., 2006). Within an environment of warm waters and light wind shear, the resilient southeasterly winds in the right-front quadrant...