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Jamous, M., R. Marsooli., M. Ayyad. 2023. Global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of a coastal morphodynamic model using Polynomial Chaos Expansions. Environmental Modelling & Software. 160, 105611.

Ayyad, M., M. Hajj, R. Marsooli. 2022. Machine learning-based assessment of storm surge in the New York metropolitan area. Scientific Reports. 12:19215.

Elko, N., T.R. Briggs, R. Marsooli, P. Barrineau, C. Hapke, K. McKenna, J. Simm, M. Beyeler, M. Smith, C. Troy. (2022). US community perspectives on coastal flooding. Shore & Beach. 90. 3.

Rosenberger, D., and R. Marsooli. (2022). Benefits of Vegetation for Mitigating Wave Impacts on Vertical Seawalls. Ocean Engineering. 250.

El Safty, H., and R. Marsooli. (2022). Trends in the Climatology of Winter Wind Wave Heights in a Back-Barrier Bay in Western North Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering. 148(3).

Ayyad, M., M. Hajj, and R. Marsooli. (2022). Artificial Intelligence for Hurricane Storm Surge Hazard Assessment. Ocean Engineering. 245.

Marsooli, R., M. Jamous, and J.K. Miller. (2021). Climate Change Impacts on Wind Waves Generated by Major Tropical Cyclones off the Coast of New Jersey, USA. Frontiers in Built Environment: Climate Impact on Coastal Zones. 7, 774084.

Wang, Y., and R. Marsooli. (2021). Dynamic Modeling of Sea-Level Rise Impact on Coastal Flood Hazard and Vulnerability in New York City’s Built Environment. Coastal Engineering. 169, 103980.

Wang, Y., and R. Marsooli. (2020). Physical Instability of Individuals Exposed to Storm-Induced Coastal Flooding: Vulnerability of New Yorkers during Hurricane Sandy. Water Resources Research.

Marsooli, R., and N. Lin. (2020). Impacts of Climate Change on Hurricane Flood Hazards in Jamaica Bay, New York. Climatic Change. 163, 2153-2171,

Marsooli, R., and Y. Wang. (2020). Quantifying Tidal Phase Effects on Coastal Flooding Induced by Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan, New York Using a Micro-Scale Hydrodynamic Model. Frontiers in Built Environment. 6.

El Safty, H., and R. Marsooli. (2020). Ship Wakes and Their Potential Impacts on Salt Marshes in Jamaica Bay, New York. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. 8(5), 325.

Hu, P., J. Xie, W. Li, Z. He, R. Marsooli, W. Wu. (2020). A RANS numerical study of experimental swash flows and its bed shear stress estimation. Applied Ocean Research.100, 102145.

Marsooli, R., N. Lin, K. Emanuel, & K. Feng. (2019). Climate change exacerbates hurricane flood hazards along US Atlantic and Gulf Coasts in spatially varying patterns. Nature Communications. 10(3785).

Lin, N., Marsooli, R. and Colle, B. A. (2019). Storm surge return levels induced by mid-to-late-twenty-first-century extratropical cyclones in the Northeastern United States. Climate Change. 154 (1-2), 143-158.

Marsooli, R., and N. Lin (2018). Numerical Modeling of Historical Storm Tides and Waves and Their Interactions Along the U.S. East and Gulf Coasts. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans.


Xian, S., K. Feng, N. Lin, R. Marsooli, D. Chavas, J. Chen, and A. Hatzikyriakou (2018). Brief communication: Rapid assessment of damaged residential buildings in the Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences,


Marsooli, R., P.M. Orton, J. Fitzpatrick, and H. Smith (2018). Residence Time of a Highly Urbanized Estuary: Jamaica Bay, New York. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering.


Bakhtyar, R., P.M. Orton, R. Marsooli, and J.K. Miller (2018). Rapid wave modeling of severe historical extratropical cyclones off the Northeastern United States. Ocean Engineering.

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