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From:Earth Surface Dynamics (Vol. 10, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedBeach erosion at the unprotected downdrift end of a groin is common with waves approaching the structure obliquely. This phenomenon has often occurred on the downdrift side of natural groins on the east coast of South...
From:Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 21, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedIn many parts, coastal erosion is severe due to human-induced coastal zone development and storm impacts, in addition to climate change. In this study, the beach erosion risk was defined, followed by a quantitative...
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