The systematic contribution of transporting mechanisms to the cross-shore sediment transport in water depths of 3 to 9 m

@inproceedings{Ruessink1998TheSC,
  title={The systematic contribution of transporting mechanisms to the cross-shore sediment transport in water depths of 3 to 9 m},
  author={B. Gerben Ruessink and Klaas T. Houwman and Pieter Hoekstra},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract The systematic contributions of short waves, infragravity waves and mean flows to the cross-shore sediment transport were studied with direct measurements of instantaneous near-bed sediment concentrations and velocities as well as with an energetics-based sediment transport model using measured time series of near-bed cross-shore flow as input. The study was conducted at four cross-shore positions in the multiple bar system of Terschelling, Netherlands during three field campaigns… CONTINUE READING

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