Morphodynamic characteristics and classification of beaches in England and Wales
beach morphodynamicsbeach morphologybeach classificationhierarchical cluster analysismulti-dimensional scalingmacrotidalrip currentswave powerrisk assessmentbeach hazard
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Jenkins, Graham Paul (2014)Storm induced morphological change of a beach system can be swift and significant; this change can be considerably amplified if multiple storms occur consecutively. The knowledge of the subsequent morphological change ...
INTER-ANNUAL OBSERVATIONS OF BEACH EVOLUTION AT SLAPTON USING VIDEO IMAGES AND FIELD SURVEYS TO MAP INTERTIDAL BEACH BATHYMETRY McConnell, Rachel Victoria (University of Plymouth, 2007)Observations of shoreline evolution were obtained during an inter-annual period from January 2006 until July 2007 on a gravel barrier beach in Devon. The location of the beach between two villages and the transport link ...
Short-term interrelationship of intertidal beach morphology and sediment distribution, Sennen Beach, UK Auger, Nigel Charles (University of Plymouth, 2010-11-02T16:46:23Z2005)The interrelationship between beach morphological and sediment grain-size response was investigated across Sennen Cove beach, UK, between 5 and 25 May 2005. A low tide terrace beach type, a single cross-shore beach ...