Monitoring and Modelling of Coastal Environment
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 December 2021) | Viewed by 34300
Interests: oceanographic modeling; physical oceanography; coastal hydrodynamics; marine environment monitoring; outfall design and impact evaluation; sediment transport and integrated coastal zone management (ICZM)
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The coastal zone is under continuous anthropogenic pressures, because it includes the largest percentage of the world population and economy.
Moreover, coastal areas are also under high environmental risk due to severe meteorological and oceanic conditions. Sea level changes due to waves, tides, and storm surges in tandem with climatic-induced changes increase the risk of coastal flooding and the inundation of significant coastal areas. The potential damages to infrastructure, cost in lives, and ecological impacts increase the need for accurate operational platforms to both monitor and forecast the coastal ocean dynamics.
The pollution risks due to industry, urban environment, agriculture, oil drilling, and shipping also require the development of state-of-the-art techniques to measure and simulate the coastal environment to monitor its quality, develop the most appropriate measures in case of an accident (e.g., oil spills), and improve long-term design and management. The meteorological and river inputs in the ocean are significant factors that have to be cautiously included in both observational and modeling efforts. The coastal ocean is not only an economic source due to naval transportation, fisheries, and tourism but also due to the energy that can be produced under the exploration of ocean movements (e.g., waves, currents, sea level).
Prof. Yannis N. Krestenitis
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- Observational studies and monitoring of the coastal environment
- Operational forecast platforms and monitoring systems
- Coastal floods and inundation of coastal zones
- Impacts of climate change to the coastal zone and adaptation measures
- Data assimilation techniques in numerical simulations of coastal dynamics
- Interaction between drainage basins, deltaic systems, and marginal seas
- Monitoring and modeling of pollution in the coastal ocean
- Oil spill modeling in the coastal environment
- Coastal altimetry products and applications
- Coastal erosion and protection measures
- Techniques for energy production in the coastal zone
- Ocean dynamics and biochemical processes in the coastal and shelf environment