Svetlana Kostic
Svetlana Kostic
Computational Science Research Center, San Diego State University
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Channel formation by flow stripping: Large‐scale scour features along the Monterey East Channel and their relation to sediment waves
A Fildani, WR Normark, S Kostic, G Parker
Sedimentology 53 (6), 1265-1287, 2006
The response of turbidity currents to a canyon–fan transition: internal hydraulic jumps and depositional signatures
S Kostic, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 44 (5), 631-653, 2006
Modeling of submarine cyclic steps: controls on their formation, migration, and architecture
S Kostic
Geosphere 7 (2), 294-304, 2011
Submarine channel initiation, filling, and maintenance from seafloor geomorphology and morphodynamic modeling of cyclic steps
JA Covault, S Kostic, CK Paull, HF Ryan, A Fildani
Sedimentology 61 (4), 1031–1054, 2014
Progradational sand-mud deltas in lakes and reservoirs. Part 1. Theory and numerical modeling
S Kostic, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 41 (2), 127-140, 2003
Cyclic steps and related supercritical bedforms: building blocks of deep-water depositional systems, western North America
JA Covault, S Kostic, CK Paull, Z Sylvester, A Fildani
Marine Geology 393, 4-20, 2017
Cyclic steps: A phenomenon of supercritical shallow flow from the high mountains to the bottom of the ocean
S Kostic, O Sequeiros, B Spinewine, G Parker
Journal of Hydro-environment Research 3 (4), 167-172, 2010
Role of turbidity currents in setting the foreset slope of clinoforms prograding into standing fresh water
S Kostic, G Parker, JG Marr
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (3), 353-362, 2002
Progradational sand-mud deltas in lakes and reservoirs. Part 2. Experiment and numerical simulation
S Kostic, G Parker
Journal of Hydraulic Research 41 (2), 141-152, 2003
Upper flow regime bedforms on levees and continental slopes: Turbidity current flow dynamics in response to fine-grained sediment waves
S Kostic
Geosphere 10 (6), 1094–110, 2014
Conditions under which a supercritical turbidity current traverses an abrupt transition to vanishing bed slope without a hydraulic jump
S Kostic, G Parker
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 586, 119-145, 2007
Role of upper-flow-regime bedforms emplaced by sediment gravity flows in the evolution of deltas
S Kostic, D Casalbore, F Chiocci, J Lang, J Winsemann
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 7 (1), 5, 2019
Exploring a new breadth of cyclic steps on distal submarine fans
A Fildani, S Kostic, JA Covault, KL Maier, DW Caress, CK Paull
Sedimentology 68 (4), 1378-1399, 2021
Structural behaviour of axially loaded concrete-filled steel tube columns during the top-down construction method
MM Lazovic Radovanovic, JZ Nikolic, JR Radovanovic, SM Kostic
Applied Sciences 12 (8), 3771, 2022
Water on Mars: Do submarine cyclic steps exist on the red planet?
S Kostic, IB Smith
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 5, 1-14, 2018
Physical and numerical modeling of deltaic sedimentation in lakes and reservoirs
XXX IAHR Congress. AUTh. Thessaloniki 1, 413-420, 2003
Modeling of progradational sand-mud deltas with plunging depositional turbidity currents
S Kostic, G Parker
5th International Symposium on Stratified Flows, 2000
Advances in numerical modeling of reservoir sedimentation
S Kostic
Reservoir Sedimentation, 45-52, 2014
Can an internal hydraulic jump be inferred from the depositional record of a turbidity current
S Kostic, G Parker
2nd International Conference of Fluvial Hydraulics, Naples, 23-25, 2004
Front-fixing modeling of turbidity currents
S Kostic, G Parker
XIII International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources …, 2000
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