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Large-scale laboratory observations of wave breaking turbulence over an evolving beach
[1] Wave breaking turbulence over an evolving beach was observed in a large-scale laboratory flume, as part of the CROss-Shore Sediment Transport EXperiment (CROSSTEX). The data set includedExpand
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Optical Measurements of Tsunami Inundation and Debris Movement in a Large-Scale Wave Basin
AbstractThis paper presents optical measurements of debris movement and tsunami inundation over an unobstructed beach in a laboratory wave basin. The debris consisted of rectangular boxes and wasExpand
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Doses of Neighborhood Nature: The Benefits for Mental Health of Living with Nature
Abstract Experiences of nature provide many mental‐health benefits, particularly for people living in urban areas. The natural characteristics of city residents’ neighborhoods are likely to beExpand
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Urban Bird Feeding: Connecting People with Nature
At a time of unprecedented biodiversity loss, researchers are increasingly recognizing the broad range of benefits provided to humankind by nature. However, as people live more urbanized lifestylesExpand
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Likeability of Garden Birds: Importance of Species Knowledge & Richness in Connecting People to Nature
Interacting with nature is widely recognised as providing many health and well-being benefits. As people live increasingly urbanised lifestyles, the provision of food for garden birds may create aExpand
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Human–nature interactions and the consequences and drivers of provisioning wildlife
  • D. C. Cox, K. Gaston
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
  • 12 March 2018
Many human populations are undergoing an extinction of experience, with a progressive decline in interactions with nature. This is a consequence both of a loss of opportunity for, and orientationExpand
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Ecological role of vertebrate scavengers in urban ecosystems in the UK
Abstract Recent research has demonstrated how scavenging, the act of consuming dead animals, plays a key role in ecosystem structure, functioning, and stability. A growing number of studies suggestExpand
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Large-Scale Wave Flume Experiments on Highway Bridge Superstructures Exposed to Hurricane Wave Forces
Recent failures of United States (US) coastal highway bridges during hurricane events have shown the need for improved modeling and analysis of storm induced wave forces. Failures mostly consisted ofExpand
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The rarity of direct experiences of nature in an urban population
Abstract As people live more urbanised lifestyles there is potential to lose daily contact with nature, diminishing access to the wide range of associated health benefits of interacting with nature.Expand
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The impact of urbanisation on nature dose and the implications for human health
Abstract The last 100 years have seen a huge change in the global structure of the human population, with the majority of people now living in urban rather than rural environments. An assumedExpand
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