Special Issue "Coastal Morphodynamics II"
A special issue of Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (ISSN 2077-1312).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 June 2019) | Viewed by 24658
Interests: geomorphology; coastal geomorphology; rock coasts; beaches; dunes; late Pleistocene; Holocene
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The understanding of coastal morphodynamics is the basis for the preservation of natural coastal ecosystems, and for their correct management. Coasts are one of the most complex systems, the result of the interaction of oceans, land, and the atmosphere. This complexity implies a great fragility, especially under increasing human pressure and the consequences of climate change. In recent decades, knowledge about coastal processes and landforms has experienced a great increase, and this Special Issue aims to compile current research and future perspectives on coastal morphodynamics.
The following contributions dealing with the dynamics of the variety of coastal systems are invited:
- sandy coasts (beaches and dunes)
- rock coasts
- tidal complexes and estuaries
- hazards and risks to coastal heritage
Papers can be based on field data, laboratory experiments, or modeling covering the different time-scales in morphodynamics.
Prof. Dr. Ramon Blanco-Chao
Assist. Prof. Dr. Manuela Costa Casais
Manuscript Submission Information
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