Information on CIRP and online help for all CIRP/CMS products.
About the Coastal Inlets Research Program
|The Coastal Inlets Research Program, or CIRP, advances the state of knowledge and develops engineering technology for predicting the waves, current, sediment transport, and morphology change at and around inlets. Products of the CIRP improve management and design of coastal inlets through increased reliability of actions and reduction in operation and maintenance costs. The CIRP takes a variety of approaches, including developing concepts and theory for all relevant time scales, numerical simulation, field data collection, and laboratory experimentation. Reports and peer-reviewed articles as found on this web site provide the information gained from the CIRP to the Corps, scientific community, and public.
|HQ USACE Navigation Business Line Manager
||Technical Director, Navigation R&D|
Eddie Wiggins (CHL)
|CIRP Program Manager
Tanya Beck, PhD (CHL) - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Associate Technical Director, Navigation R&D|
Katherine Brutsché, PhD (CHL)
About the Wiki
|The CIRP Wiki is an online help database for CIRP information/publications and CMS modeling software. This wiki is meant to be a main resource for CMS users. For any Wiki issues, please contact Mitchell Brown.
Note that the CIRP Wiki does not follow exactly the same concepts as the Wikipedia. An important difference is that it is not possible to edit anonymously. All contributors have an identity, allowing discussion to take place between those submitting articles on similar subjects. This also promotes informed debate, should differences occur in the interpretation of information. Additionally, some pages are only editable by CIRP team members and not the general public.