State and Federal Funding for Beach Restoration Projects
California's beaches are an integral part of its culture and identity. The state's beaches are eroding at an alarming rate. Addressing this concern, CalCoast and CSBPA co-sponsored legislation...

Sand Rights: A Case Study of the Hamptons' Beaches
The long Federal groins emplaced at Westhampton Beach in the 1960s resulted in accelerated erosion downdrift. The severe nor'easter of December 11-12, 1992 brought the issue to a climax...

Environmentally Friendly Transport of Reservoir Sediment for Beach Nourishment with EDDY Pump
Sand impounded behind hydroelectric, flood-control and debris dams not only diminishes the intended function of the reservoir, but also starves downstream coastline by denying natural...

The Economics of Beach Nourishment in Delaware
This study provides a detailed examination of the benefits of Delaware's ongoing nourishment program, and examines the incidence of benefits to those who live within and outside of the...

Numerical Analysis of Three-Dimensional Turbulent Flows Around Submerged Groins

Recent Criteria for Design of Groins

Tunnels through the History of Seattle

Coastal Change—Scales of Processes and Dimensions of Problems

Cross-Shore Beach Profile Response to Storm Surge

Long-Term Cross-Shoreface Sediment Fluxes

The Role and Time Scale of Cross-Shore Sediment Exchange for a Barrier Island Shoreface

Profile Re-Opening on the Shoreface of the Holland Coast

Hurricane Impacts and Shoreline Recovery along Masonboro Island, North Carolina

Instability of River Mouth Locations in Pocket Beaches

The Importance of Inlet Littoral Budget Variability

Inlet Impacts and Families of Solutions for Inlet Sediment Budgets

Coastal Impacts of the Pensacola Pass Entrance, Florida, U.S.A.

Regional Sediment Transport Patterns Adjacent to Canaveral Harbor, Florida

Longshore Sand Transport Rate Measurement and Quantification of Uncertainties

The Long-Term Contribution of Pre-Holocene Sands to Transgressing Barrier Islands

 

 

 

 

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