Dr. Jennifer A. Shore

Jennifer A. Shore
Dr. Jennifer A. Shore
BMath, PhD, Associate Professor
Office:
Sawyer Building, Room 5306
Telephone:
(613) 541-6000 ext 3646
Fax:
(613) 541-6040
E-mail:
Department of Physics and Space Science
Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

Research field: Physical Oceanography

About Me:

I use numerical ocean models to study circulation and transport in lakes and oceans and run simulations on the High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory at Queens University.

Projects:

RMC SQUID Project

OCdt with SQUID GPS floater
SQUID trial
Lake Quesnel in British Columbia
Lake Quesnel showing Mount Polley mining tailings pond and Salmon spawning habitat
 
  • The RMC SQUID (Surface Quinte Unmanned Ideal Drifter) Project. Monitoring the surface circulation in the Bay of Quinte with GPS drifters.
  • Identifying seiche periods and patterns in Lake Quesnel, B.C to study downstream water transport after the Mount Polley Mine Tailings pond failure.
  • Looking at long-term temperature trends in the Bay of Quinte, Ontario using the Finite Volume Community Ocean Model.
  • Studying eddy-generation in the Northeast Pacific using the Parallel Ocean Program.
  • Mapping out drifter patterns and seasonal and decadal scale physical processes for the Scotian Shelf off the coast of Nova Scotia.

 

Selected Recent Publications:

  • Shore, J.A., R. Valipour, E.A. Blukcacz-Richards, 2016. Twenty-eight years of hydrodynamic variability in the Bay of Quinte (ice-free periods of 1979–2006) J. Great Lakes Res., dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2016.07.005
  • Wilson, M. C., J. A. Shore, J.A., Y. R. Rao, 2013. Sensitivity of the simulated Kingston Basin – Lake Ontario summer temperature profile using FVCOM. Atmosphere-Ocean, doi:10.1080/07055900.2013.800017
  • Nudds, S. H. and J. A. Shore, 2011: Simulated eddy induced vertical velocities in a Gulf of Alaska model. Deep Sea Research Part I, 58(11): 1060-1068.
  • Shore, J.A., 2009: Modelling the circulation and exchange of Kingston Basin and Lake Ontario with FVCOM. Ocean Modelling, 30(2-3):106-114
  • Dusini, D. S., D. L. Foster, J. A. Shore and J. Lin: The effect of Lake Erie water level variations on sediment resuspension (Submitted to J. Great Lakes Research Feb. 2006).
  • Shore, J. A., M. W. Stacey, D. G. Wright: Energy Sources for the Eddy Field in a Numerical Simulation of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (In Preparation for the JGR-Oceans 2006).
  • Stacey, M.W., J. A. Shore, D. G. Wright K. R. Thompson: Spectral Nudging in an Eddy Permitting Model of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (Accepted JGR-Oceans Feb. 2006).
  • Greenberg, D.A., J.A. Shore, F.H. Page and M. Dowd, 2005: Modelling Embayments with Drying Intertidal Areas for Application to the Quoddy Region of the Bay of Fundy., Ocean Modelling, 10(1-2), 211-231.
  • Hannah, C.G., J.A. Shore, J.W. Loder and C.E. Naimie, 2001: Seasonal Circulation on the Central and Western Scotian Shelf. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 31(2), 591-615.
  • Shore, J.A., C.G. Hannah and J.W. Loder, 2000: Drift pathways on the western Scotian Shelf and its environs. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 57(12), 2488-2505.
  • Hannah, C.G., J.A. Shore, J.W. Loder and C.E. Naimie, 2000: The drift-retention dichotomy on Browns Bank: a model study of interannual variability. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 57(12), 2506-2518.
  • Shackell, N.L., K.T. Frank, B. Petrie, D. Brickman, and J.A. Shore, 1999: Dispersal of early life stage haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) as inferred from the spatial distribution and variability in length-at-age of juveniles. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 56 (12): 2350-2361.
 

Comments

Comments or suggestions are welcomed at: bryce.bennett@rmc.ca

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