Surtsey, Iceland

@article{ClaudinoSales2018SurtseyI,
  title={Surtsey, Iceland},
  author={Vanda Claudino-Sales},
  journal={Coastal World Heritage Sites},
  year={2018}
}
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A model for wave abrasion on underwater bedrock, with an application to rapidly downwearing tephra cones adjacent to Surtsey Island in Iceland

  • T. Sunamura
  • Geology
    Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
  • 2021
Wave abrasion is a major erosional process shaping shallow‐water coastal bedrock morphologies. In spite of various erosion studies having been conducted on underwater bedrock features, modelling

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