MARTINDALE’S CALCULATORS ONLINE CENTER ENGINEERING CENTER COASTAL ENGINEERING CENTER (Calculators, Applets, Spreadsheets, 
COASTAL ENGINEERING RELATED CENTERS FOR OCEANOGRAPHY & MARINE GEOCHEMISTRY COURSES, LECTURES, CALCULATORS, VIDEOS, ETC. SEE THE COASTAL ENGINEERING MODELS, COURSES, MANUALS, LECTURES, CALCULATORS, SIMULATIONS, ETC.
Coastal Model Test Bed (CMTB); Coastal Modeling System; Coastal Storm Modeling System; Coastal Storm Modeling System Features; Coastal Zone Mapping and Imaging Lidar; etc…” For more information see
Chart Reprojector; Electronic Navigational Chart Handler; Estuary Data Mapper; Impervious Surface Analysis Tool (ISAT); MarineMap; Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts Viewer; etc…” For more information see
Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Flood Damage Reduction Studies; Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Reservoirs; Groundwater Hydrology; Hydraulic Design of Flood Control Channels; Hydaulic Design of Reservoir Outlet Works; Hydraulic Design of Navigation Locks; Hydraulic Design of Navigation Dams; Hydraulic Design of Small Boat Harbors, etc…” For more information see the 
MORPHODYNAMICS COURSE WITH SPREADSHEETS (XLS)
Relations for the Conservation of Bed Sediment; Threshold of Motion and Suspension; Relations for 1D Bedload Transport; Fluvial Bedforms; Relations for Hydraulic Resistance in Rivers…” Part 2: Morphodynamics of Rivers
Mobile and Static Armor in Gravelbed Streams; Response of a Sandbed River to a Dredge Slot; Morphodynamics of Recirculating and SedimentFeed Flumes; Transportational Cyclic Steps; Morphodynamics of GravelSand Transitions; etc…” Part 3: Fluvial Fans and Fandeltas
Rivers Ending in 1D Deltas Carrying Sediment Size Mixtures; Modeling of Rivers On 2D in Fandeltas: Fixedwidth Channel(s); Modeling of Rivers On 2D in Fandeltas: Selfformed Channel(s); etc…” Part 4: Morphodynamics of Subaqueous Fans and Fandeltas Deposited by Turbidity Currents, and Coevolving Fluvial/Turbidity Current Fandeltas. Some examples from over “30” Spreadsheets include
Particle fall velocity calculator; Spreadsheet for backwater calculations in open channel flow; Spreadsheet for calculating the RouseVanoni profile of suspended sediment; Calculator for aggradation and degradation with a migrating bedrockalluvial transition at the upstream end; Calculator for aggradation and degradation of sediment mixtures in gravelbed streams; Calculator for evolution of upwardconcave bed profiles in rivers carrying sediment mixtures in subsiding basins; etc..” For more information see
COASTAL PROCESS CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
SAND TRANSPORT CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
Final Fill Width; Berm Height; Depth of Closure…”
Depth of Closure…” COASTAL PROCESS CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
SEDIMENTTRANSPORT CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
Bedform Experiments Animations & Movies; etc…” Forecasting Techniques, Underlying Physics, and Applications includes
Complication of Unsteady Forcing; Examples; etc…” Software available for download. For more information see the
Flocculation of sediment particles; Buoyant plumes; Marine boundary layers; Bedload transport; Suspendedsediment load and flux; Waves and sediment transport; Beaches; etc…” For more information see the
Linear Wave Calculator OUTPUT values include:
Ripple Properties Calculator OUTPUT values include:
Grain Size; Ripple Height; Ripple Wavelength; etc…”
Fine Sand: Powers Roundness Factor; Corey Shape Factor; Salinity; etc…” Sediment Particle Property Calculator OUTPUT values include:
Stokes Setting Velocity; Gibbs Setting Velocity; Water Density; etc…”
Angle Between Waves/Currents; Wave Height; Wave Period; Waveoptical Velocity Amplitude; Angular Wave Frequency; etc…” WaveCurrent Interaction Calculator OUTPUT values include:
Combined Friction Velocity; Apparent Roughness; etc..” 
MARINE HYDRODYNAMICS RELATED CENTERS FOR FLUID DYNAMICS & FLUID MECHANICS DATABASE, CALCULATORS & APPLETS SEE THE MARINE HYDRODYNAMICS COURSE WITH CALCULATORS & APPLETS
a particular film. Each is heavily illustrated with experimental scenes from the film…” Examples of “Illustrated Experiments in Fluid Mechanics” Video Lessons include
Cavitation Video; Channel Flow of a Compression Fluid Video; Deformation of Continuous Media Video; Eulerian Lagrangian Description Video; Flow Instabilities Video; Flow Visualization Video; Fluid Dynamics of Drag Part I, II, III, IV Videos; Fluid Quantity and Flow Video; Low Reynolds Number Flow Video; Magnetohydrodynamics Video; Pressure Fields and Fluid Acceleration Video; etc…” For more information see the
in the context of naval architecture and ocean science and engineering. Transport theorem and conservation principles. NavierStokes’ equation. Dimensional analysis. Ideal and potential flows. Vorticity and Kelvin’s theorem. Hydrodynamic forces…” Examples from over “24” “Marine Hydrodynamics” Course Lectures include
NavierStokes Equation; Similarity Parameters from Governing Equations; Vortex Structures, Bernoulli Equation; Vorticity Equation; Lifting Surfaces; Vortex Induced Vibrations; Turbulent Flow; Turbulent Boundary Layers and Model Testing; Water Waves; etc…” Includes over “25”
Cavitation Video; Channel Flow of a Compression Fluid Video; Deformation of Continuous Media Video; Eulerian Lagrangian Description Video; Flow Instabilities Video; Flow Visualization Video; Fluid Dynamics of Drag Part I, II, III, IV Video; Fluid Quantity and Flow Video; Low Reynolds Number Flow Video; Magnetohydrodynamics Video; Pressure Fields and Fluid Acceleration Video; etc…” For more information see
Introduction to the Study of Fluid Motion Video Lecture (Fluid Mechanics Terminology); Introduction to the Study of Fluid Motion Video Lecture (Experimental Fluid Dynamics); Fundamental Principles of Flows Video Lecture (Basic Concepts and Physical Relationships of Fluid Motion); Hunter Rouse – Fundamental Principles of Flows Video Lecture (Flow Dynamics); Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field Video Lecture (Gravitational Waves); etc…” Examples of
Characteristics of the Laminar and Turbulent Flows Video Lecture (Boundary Layer Flows); Fundamental Principles of Flows Video Lecture (Cavitation); Effects of Fluid Compressibility (Elastic Waves); Characteristics of the Laminar and Turbulent Flows Video Lecture (Flow around an Airfoil); Fundamental Principles of Flows Video Lecture (Flow Separation); Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field Video Lecture (Flow over Weirs); Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field & Effects of Fluid Compressibility Video Lecture (Gravitational Waves); Fluid Motion in a Gravitational Field Video Lecture (Hydraulic Jump); Fundamental Principles of Flows Video Lecture (Propulsion); etc…” For more information see the COASTAL HYDRODYNAMICS CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
Damping…”
Wave Height; Wave Period; Local Depth…”
DREDGING COURSES, TEXTBOOKS, LECTURES, CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ETC. Dredging Calculators & Applets
The Moody Diagram for Pipe Flow Calculator; Terminal Settling Velocity Calculator; Turbulence Settling Efficiency Calculator; etc…” For more information see
TO CALCULATE FEE: Enter the “Discharge Size” in Section A or, if the project qualifies, check the checkbox in Section B according to the applicable Flat Fee category…” For more information see 
RELATED CENTERS FOR OCEANOGRAPHY, MARINE GEOCHEMISTRY, ETC. COURSES, CALCULATORS, ETC. SEE FOR MARINE BIOLOGY COURSES, LECTURES, DATABASES, ETC. SEE THE TOOLS, CALCULATORS, APPLETS, ANIMATIONS & SIMULATIONS
International Equation of State (IES 80) as described in Fofonoff (1985)….” For more information see
Oceanic Calculator OUTPUT values include:
Physicsl Properties
Specific Alkalinity; etc…” Temperature & Salinity
Dissolved Methane; etc…” Physical Properties
Temperature, Salinity & Pressure
Physical Properties
Specific Heat; etc…” For more information see
Oceanic Calculator II OUTPUT values include amounts in Sea Water for the following:
Magnesium; Calcium; Strontium; Barium; Zirconium; Titanium; Vanadium; Molybendum; Chromium; etc…” For more information see
Oceanic Calculator OUTPUT values include:
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and NonGlacial climates. Surface and Deep water D.O and temperature as well as pycnocline thickness variable…” Oceanic Vertical Redox Calculator INPUT Values include:
Mixed Layer (Surface) and for the Deep Layer; Depth; Climate: Glacial; PrePost Glacial or Non Glacial; etc…” For more information see
Sound speed from Temperature, Salinity and Pressure Calculator; Potential Temperature from Insitu Temperature and Pressure Calculator; Freezing Point of Seawater Calculator; Salinity from Conductivity Ratio Calculator; Salinity from Conductivity, Temperature and Pressure Calculator; Coriolis Frequency Calculator; Distance between Two Positions Calculator; Potential Temperature, Potential Density and BruntVäisälä Frequency Calculator with Graphs; Geostrophic Current and Volume Transport Calculator with Graphs; Ocean Currents Calculator with Graphs; Wind and Calculating Wind Stress Data Calculator with Graphs; Cooscillation Tides and Seiches in Narrow Gulfs and Basins Calculator with Graphs; Designing a Station Plan for an Oceanographic Research Voyage Calculator with Graphs; For more information see
between two hydrographic (CTD) stations, relative to the deepest observation…”
imported ocean current data in a variety of graphic representations…”
of sound from a source to a receiver. It depends on the seawater properties, such as temperature, salinity and acidity as well as the frequency of the sound. The details of the underlying physics of absorption are quite complex. Note that the absorption causes only part of the transmission loss. Usually, the major contribution to transmission loss is the spreading of the acoustic wave as it propagates away from the source…” Absorption of Sound in Seawater Calculator INPUT Values include:
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2 Interactive Versions for Pressure or Depth…” For more information see

MODELS, DATABASES & ATLASES
using a userspecified search criteria. A distribution map…” World Ocean Database 2009: Geographic and year sorted data For more information see the
display and interactive analysis of the data in many different ways. With extensive interactive controls and the capability to add a wide variety of derived quantities, this electronic atlas complements the printed WOCE atlases…” “…An eWOCE Gallery shows more than 350 tracer distributions along sections from the WOCE Hydrographic Program (WHP)…” For more information see the
interactive exploration, analysis and visualization of oceanographic and other georeferenced profile or sequence data…” For more information see the
hydrographic data to users. These data are a product of decades of observations related to the physical characteristics of ocean waters carried out during WOCE, CLIVAR and numerous other oceanographic research programs…”
Marine Realms Information Bank…” Examples of “USGS Woods Hole Science Center” Software include
Digital Shoreline Analysis System; MATLAB software for scientific computations; etc…” Examples of “Matlab Tools for Oceanographic Analysis (A collaborative effort to organize and distribute Matlab tools
Numerical Modeling Tools; Mapping Tools; Hydrographic Tools; Data Interface Tools; etc…” 
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