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Effects of tidal stage on the wave climate inshore of a sandbank. C. Coughlan, C. E. Vincent, T. J. Dolphin and J. M. Rees. Pg 751-756 2091
Spectral wave transformation over an elongated sand shoal off south-central Louisiana, USA. F. Jose, D. Kobashi and G. W. Stone. Pg 757-761 1824
Tidal modulation of wave setup and wave induced currents on the Abore coral reef, New Caledonia. P. Bonneton, J-P. Lefebvre, P. Bretel, S. Ouillon and P. Douillet. Pg 762-766 1843
Wave group effects on breaker height on a uniform slope. T. D. Shand, W. L. Peirson and R. J. Cox. Pg 767-772 1787
Wave current interaction involving iteration between finite element wave and current models. C. Newell and T. Mullarkey. Pg 773-777 1831
Exploring marsh surface canopy dynamics - A discussion of laboratory methods. G.W. Graham, S.J. Bass,W.A.M. Nimmo Smith and A.J. Manning. Pg 778-783 1816
Impact of jetty construction on the current and ecological systems in an estuary with a narrow inlet. J. H. Yuk and S. Aoki. Pg 784-788 1687
Experimental Observations on the Submerged Discharge of Brine into Coastal Water in Flowing Current. B-S. Shiau, C-L. Yang and B-J. Tsai. Pg 789-793 1817
Modelling selected water quality parameters at Jebel Ali Harbour, Dubai, UAE. M. A. Maraqa, A. Ali and N. Khan. Pg 794-799 1782
Hydrodynamics and water quality modelling for the ecosystem of the Ariake Sea, Kyushu, Japan. N. T. Minh Hang, H. Araki, N. Cao Don, H. Yamanishi and K. Koga. Pg 800-804 2039
Tidal versus shoreface ravinement and tidal inlet fill preservation potential for transgressive tidal inlets, Mississippi River Delta Plain, USA. M. Miner, M. Kulp and D. FitzGerald. Pg 805-809 1492
Gravel-pebble shores on Saaremaa Island, Estonia, and the relationship with formation conditions. H. Tonisson, K. Orviku, A. Kont, U. Suursaar, J. Jaagus and R. Rivis. Pg 810-815 1723
Subsurface controls on transgressive tidal inlet retreat pathways, Mississippi River Delta Plain, U.S.A. M. Kulp, M. Miner and D. FitzGerald. Pg 816-820 1842
A Holocene-Scale Numerical Model of Shore Profile Evolution on an Eroding Alluvial Fan Coast. M. E. Dickson, D. M. Hicks and G. Coco. Pg 821-826 1725
Modelling coastal and land use evolution patterns through neural network and cellular automata integration. J. Rocha, J. C. Ferreira, J. Simoes and J. A. Tenedorio. Pg 827-831 1973
Mud floc observations in the turbidity maximum zone of the Scheldt estuary during neap tides. A. J. Manning, C. Martens, T. de Mulder, J. Vanlede, J. C. Winterwerp and G. W. Graham. Pg 832-836 1629
Sediment transport and short-term sedimentation processes in the tidal flats of Ariake Bay, west coast of Kyushu, Japan. N. Cao Don, H. Araki, H. Yamanishi, K. Ohgushi and T. Tokunaga. Pg 837-841 1656
Dynamics of the Karwar Coast, India, with a special reference to study of tectonics and coastal evolution using remote sensing data. P. T. Hanamgond and D. Mitra. Pg 842-847 1792
Dynamics and dispersion in the coastal boundary layer off Coffs Harbour in eastern Australia. T. Pritchard, C. Holden, R. Lee, K. Black and T. Healy. Pg 848-857 1783
Impacts of River Discharge and Winter Storms on a Heterogeneous Shoal Sedimentary Environment, off South-Central Louisiana, U.S.A. D. Kobashi, E. Jose and G. W. Stone. Pg 858-862 1685

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