Svetlana Kostic, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Civil Engineering, Physical Geography, Environmental Sciences
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Gary Parker grad student 2001 UMN
 (Modeling of progradational sand -mud deltas with plunging depositional turbidity currents.)
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Covault JA, Kostic S, Paull CK, et al. (2017) Cyclic steps and related supercritical bedforms: Building blocks of deep-water depositional systems, western North America Marine Geology. 393: 4-20
Kostic S. (2014) Upper flow regime bedforms on levees and continental slopes: Turbidity current flow dynamics in response to fine-grained sediment waves Geosphere. 10: 1094-1103
Covault JA, Kostic S, Paull CK, et al. (2014) Submarine channel initiation, filling and maintenance from sea-floor geomorphology and morphodynamic modelling of cyclic steps Sedimentology. 61: 1031-1054
Kostic S. (2014) Advances in numerical modeling of reservoir sedimentation Reservoir Sedimentation - Special Session On Reservoir Sedimentation of the 7th International Conference On Fluvial Hydraulics, River Flow 2014. 45-52
Kostic S. (2011) Modeling of submarine cyclic steps: Controls on their formation, migration, and architecture Geosphere. 7: 294-304
Kostic S, Sequeiros O, Spinewine B, et al. (2010) Cyclic steps: A phenomenon of supercritical shallow flow from the high mountains to the bottom of the ocean Journal of Hydro-Environment Research. 3: 167-172
Kostic S, Parker G. (2007) Conditions under which a supercritical turbidity current traverses an abrupt transition to vanishing bed slope without a hydraulic jump Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 586: 119-145
Fildani A, Normark WR, Kostic S, et al. (2006) Channel formation by flow stripping: Large-scale scour features along the Monterey East Channel and their relation to sediment waves Sedimentology. 53: 1265-1287
Kostic S, Parker G. (2006) The response of turbidity currents to a canyon–fan transition: internal hydraulic jumps and depositional signatures Journal of Hydraulic Research. 44: 631-653
Kostic S, Parker G. (2006) Numerical experiments on subaqueous cyclic steps due to turbidity currents River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics: Rcem 2005 - Proceedings of the 4th Iahr Symposium On River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics. 1: 535-541
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