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A study on sediment transport inside and outside a permeable submerged breakwater with the macroscopic turbulence model. G. Tsujimoto, T. Kakinoki, Y. Hamaura, T. Shigematsu and K. Uno. Pg 206-210 1517
The use of video systems to measure run-up on beaches. S. A. Salmon, K. R. Bryan and G. Coco. Pg 211-215 1747
Clay minerals_ A mineralogical tool to distinguish beach from dune sediments. J. Vidinha, F. Rocha, C. Andrade, C. Gomes and C. Freitas. Pg 216-220 1747
Long waves and beach profile evolutions. H. Michallet, F. Grasso and E. Barthelemy. Pg 221-225 2165
Reactivation of coastal dunes documented by subsurface imaging of the Great Dune Ridge, Lithuania. I. Buynevich, A. Bitinas and D. Pupienis. Pg 226-230 1637
Wet dune slacks, sea-level and coastal evolution in the south-western Portuguese façade. M. C. Freitas, C. Andrade, T. Ferreira, A. Cruces and M. F. Araujo. Pg 231-236 1652
Short term backshore processes under wave and wind actions. K. Udo and S. Yamawaki. Pg 237-241 1920
Climate change impacts on entrance processes of intermittently open & closed coastal lagoons in NSW, Australia. P. E. Haines and B. G. Thom. Pg 242-246 1512
Possible changes in hydrodynamic regime in the Estonian coastal waters (the Baltic Sea) as a result of changes in wind climate. U. Suursaar, T. Kullas and T. Kuusik. Pg 247-252 1486
Projecting future changes in wave climate and coastal response in Portugal by the end of the 21st Century. C. Andrade, H. O. Pires, R. Taborda and M. C. Freitas. Pg 253-257 1707
Inter-Connection between the Atlantic Ocean and a Coastal System, the Ria de Vigo (NW Spain), during the Late Holocene. V. Martins, P. Goncalves, C. Sequeira, J. Jouanneau, O. Weber and F. Rocha. Pg 258-262 1337
Dynamic numerical simulation of medium term coastal evolution of the west coast of Portugal. R. Silva, C. Coelho, F. Veloso-Gomes and F. Taveira-Pinto. Pg 263-267 1805
Study on the effect of morphology change on salinity distribution in the Dinh An Estuary, lower Mekong River of Vietnam. T. V. Nguyen and H. Tanaka. Pg 268-272 1683
Hydrodynamic impact assessment of coastal reclamation project in semi-enclosed bay. J-H. Zheng, J. Zhou, J-Y. Liang and J-Y. Lin. Pg 273-276 1781
Numerical modelling of tidal dynamic and water circulation at the Gold Coast Broadwater, Australia. H. Mirfenderesk and R. Tomlinson. Pg 277-281 1640
Estimating water renewal time in semi-enclosed coastal areas of complicated geometry using a hydrodynamic model. A. I. Stamou, C. Memos and K. Spanoudaki. Pg 282-286 1656
Application of artificial neural networks in flow discharge prediction for the Fitzroy River, Australia. A. Joorabchi, H. Zhang and M. Blumenstein. Pg 287-291 1694
Homotopy analysis of 1D unsteady, nonlinear groundwater flow through porous media. H. Song and L.Tao. Pg 292-296 1589
Turbulent measurements in the surf zone suspension. D. Hurther, H. Michallet and X. Gondran. Pg 297-301 1670
Temporal variation of graded suspended sediment concentration in the surf zone. S. Kato, S. Aoki and H. Torii. Pg 302-306 1704

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