Climate-driven Saltwater Intrusion in Atolls

Reef Breakwater Design for Lake Michigan Marina
An innovative breakwater concept consisting of a conventional breakwater and a submerged-reef breakwater operating in tandem has been designed for the southern end of Lake Michigan. The...

Waves on Coral Reefs
In connection with hydraulic studies for development of a new harbour on the SW-corner of Male Island in the Maldives, the author took an interest in the phenomena of waves on coral reefs....

Fish Traps in the Coral Reefs of South Florida

The Potential Effects of Global Climatic Disruption on Coral Reef Ecosystems

Rehabilitation of Degraded Coral Reefs

Overfishing on a Philippine Coral Reef: A Glimpse Into the Future

Zonation Among Demersal Fishes of Southeast Asia: The Southwest Shelf of Indonesia

Importance, Establishment and Management Plan of the Parque Nacional Marinhos Dos Abrolhos, Brazil
On April 6th, 1983, the 'Parque Nacional Marinho dos Abrolhos' (PARNA) was created by a decree of the Brazilian Presidency. The PARNA was established with two...

Extending Mitigation Banking Beyond Wetlands

Coastal Community Zone Project (C.C.Z.)

Benefits from Coral Reef Protection: Looe Key Reef, Florida

Floating Hotels in the Coastal Environment

SOAR (Stabilized Oil Ash Reef) Performance: An Ocean Alternative to Landfills

Distribution and Abundance of Oyster Reefs in South Bay, Texas

Earth Observing System and Coral Reef Fisheries

Coralline Resources of Lingayen Gulf, Philippines: A Proposal for Their Management

Fishery Habitat Restoration: A NMFS-COE Agreement

A New Wave on the Horizon—Towards Building Surfing Reefs Nearshore

Reef Breakwater Response to Wave Attack
A method of predicting stability of a class of low-crested rubble mounds referred to as reef breakwaters is presented. Findings are based on a study which included an extensive series...

 

 

 

 

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