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Coastal Evolution

Late Quaternary Shoreline Morphodynamics

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deltas, estuaries, coastal regions,
  • Geological surface processes (geomorphology),
  • Quaternary,
  • Coastal Geomorphology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology,
  • Paleogeography - Quaternary,
  • Science / Geology,
  • Coast changes,
  • Paleogeography

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsOrson van de Plassche (Foreword), R. W. G. Carter (Editor), C. D. Woodroffe (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages539
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7740136M
    ISBN 10052141976X
    ISBN 109780521419765

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Effi Helmy Ariffin, Mohd Lokman Husain, in Coastal Zone Management, Shoreline Evolution. This section briefly discusses shoreline evolution based on the results obtained from a Digital Shoreline Analysis System (DSAS) (Thieler et al., ), using aerial photographs taken between and The images were first processed by geometric correction using a.

In this comprehensive book, almost all subjects are discussed relating with the coastal evolution. If you are looking for a source in a geomorphological approach, this one most probably will satisfy you. Author designed his book into four major chapters.

The first one consist of an extended introduction part including historical perspectives Cited by: Coastal Evolution - edited by R. Carter January Introduction. Wave-dominated sedimentary coasts comprise accumulations of detrital sand and gravel-sized material which undergo high levels of physical reworking, interspersed with periods of burial before finally being deposited as the coastal deposits we see today (Davis & Hayes, ).

The shoreline is a rapidly changing interface between the land and the sea where much of the worldts population lives. Coasts are under threat from a variety of natural and anthropogenic impacts, such as climate or sea-level change.

This book assesses how coastlines change and how they have evolved over the last few thousand introduces some of the latest. Coasts are some of the most rapidly changing places on earth. Understanding the natural adjustments that occur between coastal landforms and the processes that influence them is essential for the better management of coastal resources.

Coasts provides a necessary background in geomorphology for those studying coastal systems. It describes the landforms 5/5(1). Sea-Level Fluctuation and Coastal Evolution - This Special Publication is the result of a symposium in honor of W.

Armstrong Price held at the first SEPM Midyear Meeting at San Jose, California, on Aug The factors controlling relative sea-level change along our shores are varied and, at best, imperfectly understood.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ward, E.M. English coastal evolution. London, Methuen & Co. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. important in order to manage coastal resources in a sustainable way.

This book examines the coast as a dynamic geomorphological system. Geomorphology is the study of landforms, and coastal geo-morphology is concerned primarily with explaining the many different types of coastal landforms, and understanding the factors that shape them.

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This book assesses how coastlines change and how they have evolved over the past few thousand years. It introduces some of the latest concepts in coastal morphodynamics, recognizing that coasts develop through co-adjustment of process and form. Suggested Citation:"Summary."National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

Understanding the Long-Term Evolution of the Coupled Natural-Human Coastal System: The Future of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Coastal Zone Management: Global Perspectives, Regional Processes, Local Issues brings together a vast range of interdisciplinary data on coastal zones in a concise, yet exhaustive format that will be useful to students, researchers, and teachers.

The book contains several focused sections, all of which include individual chapters written by. Coastal Evolution introduces some of the latest concepts in coastal morphodynamics, recognising that coasts develop through co-adjustment of process and form. Particular types of coast, such as deltas, estuaries, reefs, lagoons and polar coasts, are examined in detail, with conceptual models developed on the basis of well-studied examples.

Research Gaps. The dynamic nature of the coastal environment and predominance of coastal development and infrastructure located along the Gulf Coast at low elevations—in association with estuaries, river channels, floodplains, wetlands, barrier islands, and inlets, all of which are responding to rapidly changing conditions—puts the natural (physical and ecological) and.

Coastal erosion is the loss or displacement of land, or the long-term removal of sediment and rocks along the coastline due to the action of waves, currents, tides, wind-driven water, waterborne ice, or other impacts of storms.

The landward retreat of the shoreline can measured and described over a temporal scale of tides, seasons, and other short-term cyclic processes. Book Description: The topic of this book is the Origin of the Dutch coastal landscape during the Holocene.

­ The landscape evolution is visualized in series of palaeogeographical maps and the driving mechanisms behind the environmental changes are discussed. holocene sea levels and coastal evolution I have long been interested in trying to unravel the driving forces that underpin the geomorphological and sedimentary record of coastal deposits.

This has involved the study of sand barrier, river delta and coral reef sequences in. Coastal Evolution and Coastal Erosion in New South Wales. Chapman. Coastal Council of New South Wales, - Beach erosion - pages. 0 Reviews.

What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. References to this book. Coastal Environments: An Introduction to the Physical, Ecological and. Dear Colleagues, This Special Issue is devoted to geomorphological studies on coastal dynamic and evolution.

Results of field studies, observations, and surveys on morphological changes of the shoreline and/or dune system at different time scales, from hours, days, to months and years, as well as historical coastal evolution investigations, carried out by means of aerial photos and/or.The book brings together the latest available evidence for Cutthroat Trout evolutionary history and current levels of genetic diversity.

It confirms the need for a revised classification of Cutthroat Trout, and proposes a revised phylogeny with four deep evolutionary divergences.Beach evolution occurs at the shoreline where sea, lake or river water is eroding the land. Beaches exist where sand accumulated from centuries-old, recurrent processes that erode rocky and sedimentary material into sand deposits.

River deltas deposit silt from upriver, accreting at the river's outlet to extend lake or ocean shorelines. Catastrophic events such as tsunamis.