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Coupling wave and circulation models is vital in order to define shelf, nearshore and inland hydrodynamics during a hurricane. The intricacies of the inland floodplain domain, level of required mesh resolution and physics make these complex computations very cycle-intensive. Nonetheless, fast wall-clock times are important, especially when forecasting an incoming hurricane. We examine the performance of the unstructured-mesh, SWAN+ADCIRC wave and circulation model applied to a high-resolution,doi:10.1007/s10915-011-9555-6 fatcat:jduwqtgtu5citc4x2hgechc544