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Masselink, G. (2018). Wave transformation across coral reef platforms (2016 experiment). PEARL Research Repository


In December 2016 a small-scale laboratory experiment was carried out in one of the wave flumes of the COAST facility, University of Plymouth, in collaboration with Auckland University. The purpose of the experiment was to: (1) study wave transformation processes across coral reef platforms; and (2) investigate the impact of sea-level rise on coral reef islands. Experiment Series A-C addressed the former, Series E the latter. This data set covers most of the data collected during this experiment (Series D and part of Series E are not archived).

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dc.subjectlaboratory experimenten
dc.subjectcoral reef platformen
dc.subjectcoral reef islanden
dc.subjectwave transformationen
dc.subjectinfragravity wavesen
dc.titleWave transformation across coral reef platforms (2016 experiment)en
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plymouth.organisational-group/Plymouth/Faculty of Science and Engineering/School of Biological and Marine Sciences
plymouth.organisational-group/Plymouth/REF 2021 Researchers by UoA
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