Shallow Surveying in Hazardous Waters

@inproceedings{Lippmann2008ShallowSI,
  title={Shallow Surveying in Hazardous Waters},
  author={Thomas C. Lippmann and G. M. Smith},
  year={2008}
}
Of order one importance to any study of nearshore processes is knowledge of the bathymetry in shallow water. This is true for studies on open coast sandy beaches where surf zone dynamics drive the system, inlet environments where bathymetric evolution can rapidly change navigation channels, and in more benign, lower-energy coastal environments that evolve slowly over 10’s to 100’s of years. Difficulties in obtaining shallow bathymetry where depth-limited wave breaking occurs, submerged hazards… CONTINUE READING

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