Longshore Transport of Sand and Beach Nourishment

Natural Tracers of Coastal Sediments
The properties of natural sediments can be used to determine their sources and to trace their transport paths through coastal environments. These properties include the mineralogies of...

Coastal Benefits and Impacts of Dismantling Matilija Dam
A numerical shoreline evolution model was used to examine the shoreline changes associated with the release of 2.3 million cubic meters of beach quality sediment from behind Matilija Dam....

Applicability of Scour Equations in Tidal Areas
Bridge scour and waterway instability in the coastal region where waterways are subjected to tidal flow can be subjected to mass density stratification, water salinity, sedimentation...

Bridge Scour Analysis in Tidal Waterways

Rip Scaling in Low- to High-Energy Wave Environments

Inlet Impacts and Families of Solutions for Inlet Sediment Budgets

Complicated Littoral Drift Systems on the Gulf Coast of Peninsular Florida

Longshore Sand Transport Rate Measurement and Quantification of Uncertainties

Regional Sediment Budget for Fire Island to Montauk Point, New York, USA

Longshore Drift Evaluation on a Groyned Shingle Beach Using Field Data

Sand Size and Fill Geometry Effects on Longshore Transport at a Nourished Beach

Temporary Groynes for Measuring Longshore Transport in False Bay

Sediment Suspension by Random Breaking Waves Evaluated from the CERC Formula

Modeling Cross-Shore Sediment Transport at Different Scales Using Equilibrium Beach Profile Theory

Anthropogenic vs. Natural Influences on Inlet Evolution: West-Central Florida

Infilling Processes, Nature of Littoral Barriers and Stability of Inlets in Spanish Natural Harbours

Bathymetric Change Off the Washington–Oregon Coast

Analytical Model of Spit Evolution at Inlets

Developing Process-Response Models for Spits





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