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Wave transformation across coral reef platforms (2016 experiment)
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: ...
Storm Emma, Start Bay 2018 (BLUE-coast project)
This submission contains data associated with the article "High‐efficiency gravel longshore sediment transport and headland bypassing over an extreme wave event", published in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms on 29 ...
XBeach-G model simulation of 2.5-m sea-level rise on sand and gravel coral reef island (Masselink et al., JGR(ES), 2021)
Coral reef islands are particularly exposed to the impacts of sea-level rise. They are usually fronted by ‘living’coral reef platforms that protect the island shoreline from energetic wave action. Healthy reef platforms ...