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SBEACH: Numerical Model for Simulating Storm-Induced Beach Change. Report 2. Numerical Formulation and Model Tests
Abstract : This report is the second in a series on the numerical model SBEACH (Storm-induced BEAch CHange). SBEACH calculates dune and beach erosion produced by storm waves and water levels; barExpand
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Geomorphic response-type model for barrier coastlines: a regional perspective
Based on quantitative documentation of historical changes in shoreline position between 1847 and 1991, eight geomorphic response-types were established for classifying megascale changes along barrierExpand
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Coastal morphodynamics and Chenier-Plain evolution in southwestern Louisiana, USA: A geomorphic model
Abstract Using 28 topographic profiles, air-photo interpretation, and historical shoreline-change data, coastal processes were evaluated along the Chenier Plain to explain the occurrence,Expand
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Quantifying potential measurement errors and uncertainties associated with bathymetric change analysis
Abstract : This Coastal and Hydraulics Engineering Technical Note (CHETN) describes procedures for quantifying error and uncertainty estimates in volume change calculated from comparison ofExpand
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Historical Sediment Transport Pathways and Quantities for Determining an Operational Sediment Budget: Mississippi Sound Barrier Islands
ABSTRACT Byrnes, M.R.; Rosati, J.D.; Griffee, S.F., and Berlinghoff, J.L., 2013. Historical sediment transport pathways and quantities for determining an operational sediment budget: MississippiExpand
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Surficial Sediments and Morphology of the Southwestern Alabama/Western Florida Panhandle Coast and Shelf
ABSTRACT Surficial sediments and associated morphology were analyzed for the southwestern Alabama/Florida Panhandle coast and shelf (between Mobile and Pensacola Bays) using 35 cores, digitalExpand
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Mapping Barrier Island Changes in Louisiana: Techniques, Accuracy, and Results
Changes in shoreline position along Louisiana's rapidly changing barrier coastline were compiled using cartographic data sources and aerial photography from 1855 to 1989. An interactive computerExpand
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The U.S. Minerals Management Service Outer Continental Shelf Sand and Gravel Program: Environmental Studies to Assess the Potential Effects of Offshore Dredging Operations in Federal Waters
Abstract The U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, provides policy direction relative to the development of all marine mineral resources located beneath Federal waters of theExpand
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