Integrated Arctic Maritime Education



Project PI: Dr. Orson Smith

Lead Institution: University of Alaska Anchorage

Project Description:
Master’s in Arctic Engineering degree program at the University of Alaska Anchorage and online course available to public. Courses support maritime workforce development.

Project Completion:
Project concluded. ADAC will monitor courseware use for life of grant in support of tracking and workforce development initiatives.



Course Work

Syllabus - CE A476-676 Spring 2016
CE A476 Paper Review Questions
CE A676 Spring 2016 Term Papers
Rubric - Graduate Paper Feedback
Rubric - Graduate Student Research Paper



Presentations

AMDA 1 - Global Perspectives
Arctic and low-cost erosion control
AMDA 2 - Arctic Marine Weather and Sea Conditions
Module 2a - Sinusoidal Waves I slides
Module 2b - Sinusoidal Waves II slides
Module 3 - shallow water wave transformations
Module 4 - Non-linear wave theories
Module 5 - More on refraction and diffraction
Module 6 - Tides and Water Levels
Module 7 - Sea State Analysis
Module 9a - Coastal Sediments slides.pdf
Module 9b - Beach Profiles & Cross-Shore Transport
Module 9c - Longshore transport and sediment budgets
Module 10a - Coastal Erosion Responses Overview
Module 10 b - Revetments
Module 10c - Beach Nourishment
Module 10d - Beach groins
Module 10e - Seawalls
Module 10f - Ice Forces
Sea Ice - AMDA 3
Ship waves 2005 Kriebel and Seelig
Ship waves slides - Kriebel and Seelig 2005



References

AK Village Erosion Technical Rpr
Alaska Baseline Erosion Assessment - MainReport
ASCE Conference Paper Format
ASCE Reference List Guidelines
CE A676 Waves Notes S16
CEM_ToC
Cnoidal Tables
Depth of Closure WIS data
HEC 25 Coastal Highways FHWA 2008
Ice Riprap
On the Coast
Sinusoidal Wave Table
Storm Surge Westerm Alaska




Lecture Videos