The Collision of Surf, Sand, and the Law at Lechuza Beach: Coastal Processes and Public-Private Shore Boundaries
In order to undertake coastal development opportunities, the property owner must first establish the boundary between public and private property along the beachfront in order to demonstrate...

The Beach: A Pile of Sand
Beaches are common features along most of the earth's coastlines. The presence of a beach requires at that site the processes of sediment accretion have dominated over the processes of...

Towers in Motion (available in Structural Engineering Special Section only)
Undersea towers are typically designed to rigidly resist the forces of water and wind. But one type of tower is designed to be flexible and, rather than rely on its platform strength to...

Sand Rights '99
Bringing Back the Beaches
The conference, Sand Rights '99: Bringing Back the Beaches, was organized by the Coastal Zone Foundation and the California Shore...

Vertical Contraction Scour at Bridges with Water Flowing Under Pressure Conditions

Interim Procedures for Pressure Flow Scour

Runup of Wind Waves on Riprap

Design Considerations for Coastal Zone Exposed to Hurricane-Induced Wave Action

Integrating Nondestructive Evaluation Tools for Timber Inspection

Use of Wisconsin Electric Bottom Ash Sand and Gravel as Sub-Base and Base Material for Rigid and Flexible Pavements and Floors

Seismic Measurements to Investigate Disturbed Rock Zones

Seismic Performance of the Yerba Buena Island Tunnel

Characteristics of Urethane-Grouted Sand for In Situ Seepage Control

Comparison of Concentration Measurements with Well-Sorted and Bimodal Sand

Effect of Long Waves on Transport Rate Under Irregular Sheet Flow Conditions

Fluidization of the Sand Bed and Sediment Movement in the Surf Zone

Effect of Wave Breaking and Bed Friction on Suspended Sediment Concentration

Vertical and Horizontal Coherence Length Scales of Suspended Sediments

Sediment Fluxes above a Mobile Sandy Bed in the Nearshore

The Control of Resuspension over Megaripples on the Continental Shelf

 

 

 

 

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