Volume 21, Issue 1
VOL. 2005 · NO. 211 | January 2005
 
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Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/1551-5036-21.1.iv
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RESEARCH PAPERS
Jun-Yong Park, John T. Wells
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 1-17, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02051.1
KEYWORDS: Cuspate foreland, barrier islands, wave direction, littoral processes
Moacyr Araujo, David Lheritier, Marcus André Silva, Marco César Luna, Carmen Medeiros
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 18-27, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02-144.1
KEYWORDS: Coastal waters, turbulence dissipation, (k − ϵ) model, Suape Harbour
Nicholas J. Cooper
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 28-40, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01002.1
KEYWORDS: The Wash, wave dissipation, intertidal, saltmarsh, mudflat
M. Scott Harris, Paul T. Gayes, Jack L. Kindinger, James G. Flocks, David E. Krantz, Patricia Donovan
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 49-64, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/00-015.1
KEYWORDS: Framework geology, coastal erosion, coastal plain, continental shelf, inlet, barrier island system, coastal modeling, marine terrace, Kiawah Island, Folly Island, Seabrook Island
Federico Ignacio Isla, Gustavo Gabriel Bujalesky
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 65-72, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02102.1
KEYWORDS: Macrotidal beaches, bimodal distribution, seepage, Tierra del Fuego
Yuan Xingzhong, Liu Hong, Lu Jianjian
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 73-78, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01115.1
KEYWORDS: Macrofaunal community structure, marsh vegetation, habitat heterogeneity, organic input, Changjiang estuary, Salt marsh
Roger H. Charlier, Marie Claire P. Chaineux, Selim Morcos
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 79-111, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/03561.1
KEYWORDS: Hard structures, beach nourishment, feeder-berm, alternate and composite approaches, breakwaters, levees, dykes, groins, etymology, various countries
Nicholas J. Cooper, John S. Pethick
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 112-122, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01036.1
KEYWORDS: coastal engineering, geomorphology, shoreline management
Keqi Zhang, Dean Whitman, Stephen Leatherman, William Robertson
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 123-134, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02057.1
KEYWORDS: Airborne LIDAR, beach erosion, Hurricane Floyd, Florida Atlantic coast
Tadashi Fukumoto, Nobuhisa Kobayashi
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 135-145, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01137.1
KEYWORDS: Enclosed bay, narrow bay mouth, water exchange, water stratification, second thermocline, anoxic water, density-gradient currents
Y. Balouin, H. Howa, R. Pedreros, D. Michel
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 146-156, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01066.1
KEYWORDS: beach morphology, Peninsula do Ancão, fluorescent tracer, hydrodynamic conditions
Patrick J. Schembri, Alan Deidun, Adrian Mallia, Lucienne Mercieca
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 157-166, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/03-0043R.1
KEYWORDS: Limestone shores, Globigerina Limestone, Coralline Limestone, fauna, flora, zonation, exposure, microtopography
Shannon B. Martin, Gary P. Shaffer
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 167-174, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02110.1
KEYWORDS: coastal wetlands, freshmarsh, oligohaline marsh, Sagittaria lancifolia, Sagittaria latifolia, Sagittaria platyphylla, Saltwater intrusion
Mike Hilton, Megan Duncan, Anne Jul
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 175-185, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01041.1
KEYWORDS: Desmoschoenus spiralis, foredune complex, parabolic dune migration, Mason Bay, Doughboy Bay, burial, shadow dune
R. M. Hernández, E. Suárez-Morales, R. Gasca
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 186-192, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/01018.1
KEYWORDS: Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, faunistic assemblages
Domingo A. Gagliardini, Salvador Aliotta, Ana I. Dogliotti, Pablo Clemente-Colón
Journal of Coastal Research 2005 (211), 193-201, (1 January 2005) https://doi.org/10.2112/02034.1
KEYWORDS: Bed forms, synthetic aperture radar, satellite remote sensing
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