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since 2016 | *students

Publications: Publications

*McGill, S.P. and Ellis, J.T., 2022. Rip current and channel detection using surfcams and optical flow. Shore & Beach.

Zhang, P., Sherman, D.J., Pelletier, J., Ellis, J.T., Farrell, E.J., and Li, B., 2022. Quantification and classification of grainflow morphology on natural dunes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. (link)

Ellis, J.T. and Houser, C., 2022. Process-based beach and dune systems. Treatise on Geomorphology.

Sherman, D.J. and Ellis, J.T., 2022. Sand transport processes. Treatise on Geomorphology.

*Harris, M.E. and Ellis, J.T., 2021. Comparing tropical cyclone and king tide impacts on a South Carolina coastal dune system. Journal of Coastal Research, 37(5) 923-932. (link)

Ellis, J.T., Román-Rivera, M.A., *Harris, M.E., and *Tereszkiewicz, P.A., 2020. Two years and two hurricanes later: Did the dunes recover? Shore & Beach, 88(4), 3-12. (link)

*Román-Rivera, M.A., Ellis, J.T., Wang, C., 2020. Applying a rule-based OBIA approach for nearshore bar identification and characterization. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 14(4), 044502. (link)

Ellis, J.T., *Harris, M.E., Román-Rivera, M.A., *Ferguson, J.B., *Tereszkiewicz, P.A., and *McGill, S.P., 2020. Application of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale to assess sand dune response to tropical storms. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 8, 670. (link)

*Harris, M.E. and Ellis, J.T., 2020. A holistic approach to evaluating dune cores. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 24(4), 42. (link)

Ning, Q., Li, B., and Ellis, J.T., 2020. Fence height control on sand trapping. Aeolian Research, 46: 100617. (link)

Li, H., Wang, C., Ellis, J.T., Cui, Y., Miller, G., and Morris, J.T., 2020. Identifying marsh dieback events from Landsat image series (1998-2018) with an Autoencoder in the NIWB estuary, South Carolina. International Journal of Digital Earth. (link)

*Harris, M.E., Ellis, J.T., and Barrineau, C.P., 2020. Evaluating the geomorphic response from sand fences on dunes impacted by hurricanes. Ocean and Coastal Management, 193: 105247. (link)

Shuster, R., Sherman, D.J., Lorang, M.S., Ellis, J.T., and Hopf, F., 2020. Erosive potential of recreational boat wakes. Journal of Coastal Research, 95: 1279-1283. (link)

*Tereszkiewicz, P.A., Ellis, J.T., and *Gould, H.A., 2019. Introducing a cost-effective method to assess island-wide geomorphic change. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 23: 563-569. (link)

Sherman, D.J., Zhang, P., Martin, R.L., Ellis, J.T., Kok, J.F., Farrell, E.J., and Li, B., 2019. Aeolian ripple migration and associated creep transport rates. Geosciences, 9: 389. (link)

Ellis, J.T. and *Román-Rivera, M.A., 2019. Assessing natural and mechanical dune performance in a post-hurricane environment. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 7: 126. (link)

*Román-Rivera, M.A. and Ellis, J.T., 2019. A synthetic review of remote sensing applications to detect nearshore bars. Marine Geology, 408: 144-153.

*Román-Rivera, M.A. and Ellis, J.T., 2018. The king tide conundrum. Journal of Coastal Research, 34(4): 769-771. (link)

Sherman, D.J., Li, B., Ellis, J.T., and Swann, C., 2018. Intermittent aeolian saltation: A protocol for quantification. Geographical Review, 108(2): 296-314. (link)

Martin, R.L., Kok, J.F., Hugenholtz, C.H., Barchyn, T.E., Chanecki, M., Ellis, J.T., 2018. High-frequency measurements of aeolian saltation flux: Field-based methodology and applications. Aeolian Research, 30: 97-114. (link)

*Wegner, C.E. and Ellis, J.T., 2017. The influence of sea-level rise on wave energy dissipation and wave-driven currents at Buck Island National Monument. Journal of Coastal Research, 33(1): 56-66. (link)

Guimarães, P.V, Pereira, P.S., Calliari, L.J. and Ellis, J.T., 2016. Behavior and identification of ephemeral sand dunes at the backshore zone using video images. Anais da Academia Brasileria de Ciências, 88(3): 1357-1369. (link)

Carvalho, A.M., Ellis, J.T., Lamothe, M., and Maia, L.P., 2016. Using wind direction and shoreline morphology to model sand dune mobilization. Journal of Coastal Research, 32(5): 1005-1015. (link)

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