Sea Level Changes: A Corps of Engineers Perspective
The purpose of this discussion paper is to review current Corps of Engineers policy in relation to a possible significant increase in general sea level. A significant relative sea level...

Measurements of Near-Survface Current in Inlets and Bays with Synthetic Aperture Radar
Synthetic Aperture Radar, SAR, provides images of land and ocean surfaces irrespective of solar illumination, and practically under all weather conditions. Developed originally for land...

The NOS Experience in Real-Time Measurements of Tidal Currents
NOAA'S National Ocean Service (NOS) uses the term RADS, Remote Acoustic Doppler Sensing, for a new class of oceanographic instruments that uses acoustic backscatter to probe...

Longterm Changes of Tidal Regime in the German Bight (North Sea)
Sea level changes are caused by astronomical tides (periodical changes), meteorological, geological and oceanographical conditions, vertical movements of the earth's crust...

The Review of the Comprehensive Survey of the Coastal Zone of China
The purpose of the survey is to provide basic data for coastal zone development of China. The scope of survey is a long narrow belt area alongshore. The contents of the survey include...

Characterization of Offshore and Coastal Ice Conditions
Seasonal sea ice conditions typical of nearshore coastal zones are reviewed. Prominent ice features influencing design ice conditions for offshore structures are described. This paper...

Modelling Sediment Transport in a Deep Ocean Environment

Long-Term Observations of Sediment Transport on the Continental Shelf: East and West Coast of the United States

A Model of Longshore Sediment Transport Processes in the Surf Zone

Circulation and Transport Phenomena in Kuwait Bay

Application of Cafe to the Irish Sea

Regionalism, the New Federalism, and Coastal Zone Management in the 1980's

Coastal Zone Management and Energy Development: Who Pays the Price?

TDCs: Planner's Dream or Builder's Nightmare?

State Response to the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972

A Ten-Year Reunion with the Oregon Coastal Management Program: A Need to Evaluate

Coastal Zone Management on the West Coast: An Evaluation

Institutional Problems in the Future Management of the California Coastal Resource Program

NOAA/NOS Methods of Tidal Current Predictions

Oregon's New Coastal Research Initiative

 

 

 

 

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