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A two-dimensional, multiclass-size sediment transport model with source/sink terms for erosion and deposition, and a sediment bed model were developed and applied to Sandusky Bay, Ohio to study the transport of fine sand, silt, and clay through the bay for June I to June 30, 1981. During this period, a flood carried high sediment loads from the Sandusky River to the bay. The model's simulation showed that 79.3% of the flood's sediment loads were deposited in the upper bay. Areas of netdoi:10.1061/(asce)0733-9429(1994)120:1(81) fatcat:sbexwvcqcvc67icm7czx254pp4