Process-Response Modeling of Wave-Dominated Coastal Systems: Simulating Evolution and Stratigraphy on Geological Timescales

@inproceedings{Storms2002ProcessResponseMO,
  title={Process-Response Modeling of Wave-Dominated Coastal Systems: Simulating Evolution and Stratigraphy on Geological Timescales},
  author={Joep E.A. Storms and Gert Jan Weltje and J. J. van Dijke and Cees R. Geel and Salomon B. Kroonenberg},
  year={2002}
}
ABSTRACT Numerical modeling on a geological timescale is a rapidly expanding tool to investigate controls on formation of the stratigraphic record. Modeling enables us to test existing ideas, but verification of model results is commonly difficult. Many models are based on geometric or diffusion rules, yet neither type of model has much relevance with actual processes that control sedimentary systems. Here we describe a process-response approach to model the evolution and stratigraphy of wave… CONTINUE READING

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