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#25-Sediment Transport and Buoyancy in Estuaries (1997) [Aubrey]

 

 

-Estuaries form a transition zone between river ecosystems and ocean environments, and are subject to both marine influences (e.g., tides, waves, influx of saline water) and riverine influences (e.g., flows of fresh water, sedimentation). This JCR Special Issue focuses on the coastal-fluvial processes of sediment transport and buoyancy, as it relates to dynamic estuarine systems. Serving as the editor of this volume is Dr. David G. Aubrey, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of the Woods Hole Group.

 

 

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