Special Issue "Dynamics and Biogeochemical Flows in Estuarine and Nearshore Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020).
Interests: coastal engineering; coastal morphology; sediment transport; wave processes; coastal management
Interests: coastal physical oceanography; estuarine physics
There is a urgent need of knowledge to understand the response of estuaries and nearshore systems to current and near-future challenges, such as natural and man-induced global changes. Sea level rise, increase in the probability of the occurrence of extreme events, increase in water temperature, reduction of run-off, and increase in human pressure on the ecosystems are just some examples of the changes that these coastal systems are facing. The sustainable management of estuaries and nearshore systems is therefore one of the greatest scientific and technical challenges of today. To tackle this challenge, it is required to have a precise knowledge of the dynamics and biogeochemical processes, and their interactions and modeling.
This Special Issue will contribute to obtain further insight into the hydrodynamic, sedimentary, and ecological processes in bays, marshes, estuaries, deltas, and different types of beaches. Manuscripts focusing on the (complex and idealized) modeling of hydrodynamics and biogeochemical flows and their interactions are welcome. Additionally, reviews identifying research priorities and showing recent advances in this field are invited.
Prof. Miguel Ortega-Sánchez
Prof. Manuel Díez-Minguito
Prof. Alejandro López-Ruiz
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- nearshore systems
- coastal processes
- tidal processes
- field measurements
- theoretical and numerical modeling
- human impacts