Douglas, Barry D.
Prediction of shoreline changes near tidal inlets.
University of Florida Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Department,
It is well known that tidal inlets tend to cause accretion on updrift shorelines and
erosion on downdrift shorelines. This study documented the shoreline changes near several
tidal inlets along Florida's east and west coasts. An analytical and a numerical method
were used to attempt to predict the shoreline changes downdrift of these inlets. (142pp.)
Monograph or Serial issue
||Prediction of shoreline changes near tidal inlets
|Douglas, Barry D.|
||University of Florida Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Department
|Place of Publication:
||shore protection; beach erosion; inlets; Florida; thesis; Ft. Pierce Inlet; Sebastian Inlet; St. Lucie Inlet; Boca Raton Inlet; baker's Haulover; St. Andrews Bay Entrance; Venice Inlet; Lake Worth Inlet
||05 Sep 2007 17:16
||29 Sep 2011 22:26
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