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Morphology change by overwash_ Establishing and evaluating predictors. C. Donnelly. Pg 520-526 2033
Modelling of storm surge in the coastal waters of Yangtze Estuary and Hangzhou Bay, China. K. Hu, P. Ding and J. Ge. Pg 527-533 1710
Impact of storms on beach erosion_ Broadbeach (Gold Coast, Australia). B. Castelle, I. L. Turner, B. G. Ruessink and R. B. Tomlinson. Pg 534-539 1681
Impact of storms along the coastline of Emilia-Romagna_ The morphological signature on the Ravenna coastline (Italy). P. Ciavola, C. Armaroli, J. Chiggiato, A. Valentini, M. Deserti, L. Perini and P. Luciani. Pg 540-544 1562
A fast forecasting system of typhoon generated waves. J. L. Lee and D. Y. Lee. Pg 545-549 2081
Hydrodynamic atlas for the Arabian Gulf. K. Rakha, K. Al-Salem and S. Neelamani. Pg 550-554 2396
Numerical study on the coastal upwelling and its seasonal variation in the East China Sea. Z. Y. Jing, Z. L. Hua, Y. Q. Qi ans X. H. Cheng. Pg 555-563 1774
Physical study of the southern coastal waters of the Caspian Sea, off Babolsaar, Mazandaran in Iran. N. H. Zaker, P. Ghaffari and S. Jamshidi. Pg 564-569 1837
Modelling the circulation and transport processes in a coastal area where bays interact with an upwelling centre. C. Carbonel and A. Galeao. Pg 570-575 1748
The influence of East Australian Current eddy field on phytoplankton dynamics in the coastal zone. R. S. Lee, T. R. Pritchard, P. A. Ajani and K. P. Black. Pg 576-584 1940
Lifting up the flap or why quantitative beach behaviour predictive modelling can't work. O. H. Pilkey and J. A. G. Cooper. Pg 585-587 1791
Beach erosion trend measurement_ A comparison of trend indicators. D. J. Hanslow. Pg 588-593 2183
Shoreface dynamics of two high energy beaches in Northern Ireland. J.T. Backstrom, D.W.T. Jackson and J.A.G. Cooper Pg 594-598 1813
Interpreting beach sedimentary dynamics between Troia and Sines (SW Portugal) using heavy minerals and textural analyses. P. Miranda, C. Jesus, C. Bernardes and F. Rocha. Pg 599-603 1578
Pocket beach vulnerability to sea-level rise. C. Brunel and F. Sabatier. Pg 604-609 2408
Intermittent backbeach discharge to the surfzone_ modes and geomorphologic implications.. S. A. Figueiredo, P. Cowell and A. Short. Pg 610-614 1817
Measured cross-shore and vertical variations in grain size, sorting and composition in suspended sediments transported by longshore currents. L. S. Esteves, J. J. Williams, M. A. Lisniowski and H. Perotto. Pg 615-619 1799
Determination of net shore-drift cells based on textural and morphological gradations along foreshore of sandy beaches. C. R. de Gouveia Souza. Pg 620-625 1759
Morphological behaviour of headland-embayment and inlet associated beaches, Northwest Ireland. M. O’Connor, J. A. G. Cooper and D. W. T. Jackson. Pg 626-630 1818
Beach face morphology and surf beat sediment transport in the surf and swash zones. T. E. Baldock, P. Manoonyoravong and P. Kim Son. Pg 631-635 1840

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