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Geosciences, Volume 8, Issue 9 (September 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Estuaries occur on coastlines worldwide and represent a complex and dynamic interaction of coastal [...] Read more. Estuaries occur on coastlines worldwide and represent a complex and dynamic interaction of coastal geology with river, wave and tidal processes. Understanding estuarine morphodynamics is important to maintain their commercial, biological and recreational value. Port Stephens estuary, on the south-east coast of Australia, was investigated using bathymetric surveys and current velocity data to provide insight into the movement of the main sedimentary features, and how these features interact with the estuarine beaches and the processes that drive their evolution. View this paper