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Kana, T. (author)
This primer describes some of the causes of coastal erosion and tries to put into perspective their scale and consequences. There are no uniform causes, just as there are no uniform solutions. Erosion tends to be site-specific. Yet, with careful observation and measurement, a particular problem can be placed in context and draw from the...
report 2010
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Pilarczyk, K.W. (author)
The objective of this paper is to bring some international perspectives on the policy, design, construction, and monitoring aspects of Hydraulic and Coastal Structures in general, and whenever possible, to present some comparison (or reasons for differences) between the experiences of various countries and/or geographical regions. This chapter...
report 2003
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Jokowinarno, D. (author)
Objectives of this work are to: a. Identify a problem related with coastal defence. b. Understand how to determine the boundary conditions and apply this knowledge. c. Understand the choice ofthe solution. d. Understand how to design a simple revetment with rip-rap as one of the coastal defences. e. To develop educational material to be used at...
report 1999
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Kohlhase, S. (author), Kao, C.C. (author)
The Purpose of Coastal and Marine Research in Germany (Rolf Peter RANDL) Topic I, Coastal Protection Coastal Protection and its Management in Germany (Heie Focken ERCHINGER) The Scientific and Technical Development of Marine Technology in the Central Weather Bureau (Beng-Chun LEE) Climate Impact Research for the German Coast of the Baltic Sea ...
report 1998
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Schiereck, G.J. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author)
Design manual for coastal engineering works with focus on Indonesia.
report 1996
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Tomasicchio, U. (author)
Contributions of a short course connected to the 23rd international conference on coastal engineering (ICCE 1992) in Venice, Scuola di S. Gioovanni Evangelista - document contains links to full text contributions
report 1992
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Zeidler, B. (author), Tarnowska, M. (author), Prusak, Z. (author), Basinksi, T. (author)
The description of the transformation of shore in larger scales, i.e. the far-field effects, is summarized in Chapter 2 while the near-field mechanisms, encompassing different overall and local failure modes, stability and performance are dealt with in Chapter 3. Both are foliowed by Chapters 4 and 5 with design computations and examples,...
report 1992
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De Swart, P. (author)
Overzicht van rekenregels voor de waterbouw: golven, sedimenttransport, interactie tussen golven en constructies, golfkrachten, bodemverdediging. Regels zijn verwerkt in computerprograma www.cresss.nl.
report 1990
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Verhagen, H.J. (author), Roelse, P. (author)
Serie artikelen uit Otar 1988-1990 over kustwaterbouw en kustbeleid gebaseerd op een bijscholingscursus voor technici van Rijkswaterstaat, provincies en waterschappen. Behandeld worden de golven bij de kust, getij en getijstromen, sedimenttransport, kustprocessen, kustverdediging na 1990
report 1988
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Anonymus, A. (author)
Design manual for coastal structures. Note that this manual is replaced by the Coastal Engineering Manual. However, this document contains quite some useful information for present day coastal engineers
report 1984
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Allen, R.H. (author)
report 1972
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Saville, T. (author)
Conference on various aspects of coastal engineering; additional to the International Conference of Coastal Engineering. In table of contents are links to the full papers.
report 1965
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Van Veen, J. (author)
Historical overview of hydraulic engineering in the Netherlands until 1960. The author wrote the main part of this book during the second world war. The author (1893-1959) advocated at that time strong improvement of the Dutch sea defences, but this was politically not accepted. For that he used the pseudonym "Dr. Cassandra". After 1953 he...
report 1962
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Johnson, J.W. (author)
The Conference on Coastal Engineering at Long Beach was conceived originally as a local meeting of engineers and scientists interested in shoreline problems and was sponsored by the University of California. It early became evident that there was widespread interest in the subject and that the program should be planned on a more ambitious scale....
report 1951
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