Advances in Coastal Modeling
The twenty-one chapters, contributed by internationally recognized coastal experts from fourteen countries, provide invaluable insights on the recent advances and present state-of-the-art knowledge on coastal models which are essential for not only illuminating the governing coastal process and various characteristics, but also for understanding and predicting the dynamics at work in the coastal system.
One of the unique strengths of the book is the impressive and encompassing presentation of current functional and operational coastal models for all those concerned with and interested in the modeling of seas, oceans and coasts. In addition to chapters modeling the dynamic natural processes of waves, currents, circulatory flows and sediment transport there are also chapters that focus on the modeling of beaches, shorelines, tidal basins and shore platforms.
The substantial scope of the book is further strengthened with chapters concentrating on the effects of coastal structures on nearshore flows, coastal water quality, coastal pollution, coastal ecological modeling, statistical data modeling, and coupling of coastal models with geographical information systems.
614 pages; ISBN 9780080526645
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Title: Advances in Coastal Modeling
Author: V.C. Lakhan
- Academic > Geography > Physical geography > Geomorphology. Landforms. Terrain > Coasts
- Academic > Physical Geography > Coasts > Coasts
- Academic > Physical Geography > Coasts > Coast changes
- Academic > Physical Geography > Geomorphology. Landforms. Terrain
- Science > Oceanography
- Science > Earth Sciences
- Science > Geology
- Science > Geophysics