International Collaboration on Local Sand Transport Processes and Morphological Evolution
FLORIDA UNIV GAINESVILLE DEPT OF CIVIL AND COASTAL ENGINEERING
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The primary objectives of our collaboration were to further extend the theoretical and experimental investigations of the smaller-scale physical processes which must be incorporated in the development of a local model for sand transport and morphological evolution in coastal regions, including bedform prediction, local boundary layer hydrodynamics and a description of sediment dynamics covering the region from the immobile seabed to the overlying dilute suspension, incorporating both bedload and suspended load modes of sand transport.
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography