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Entropy, Volume 20, Issue 1 (January 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Deltas are undergoing change due to natural and anthropogenic impacts, thus there is a need to [...] Read more. Deltas are undergoing change due to natural and anthropogenic impacts, thus there is a need to model their evolution. Model validation ensures the results capture the system of interest. We use transfer entropy (TE), a measure of directional information transfer between variables, to quantify couplings between river discharge, tides, wind, and water levels at the Wax Lake Delta, LA, USA, and assess whether the model is able to reproduce these couplings. Multi-scale delta dynamics are captured using TE, gaining insight into model performance and needs for improvement. View this paper