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Oxford University Press, Oxford, U. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
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Modeling the effect of weathering on the evolution and morphology of shore platforms. Geomoephology micro-erosion meter measurements; Determining minimum sample size. Northern Lake Erie, Canada. Sediment sorting and beach erosion along a coastal foreland: Space-time series modelling of beach and shoreline data. Modelling coastal notch morphology and developmental history in the Mediterranean.
The role of wave erosion on sloping and horizontal shore platforms in macro- and mesotidal trenhails. Examples in Canadian geomorphology. Actas de la Reunion de Geomorfologia Littoral. EdsTreatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science 3, — Other editions – View all Geomorphology: Point Pelee – a large cuspate foreland on Lake Erie.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 28, pp. A two-pronged analytical study of geomorphology – focusing on both process and history – the fourth edition of this respected text engages student readers in a straightforward discussion of thematerial.
Short-term rock surface expansion and contraction in the intertidal zone.
Recording inter-annual changes on a boulder beach in Galicia, northwestern Spain using an unmanned aerial vehicle. A Canadian Perspective, fourth edition, is the essential text for undergraduate Geography geomorphklogy Earth Sciences students. Western Galicia, Northwestern Spain. The effect of Holocene changes in relative sea level on the morphology of rocky coasts.
Tidal wetting and drying on shore platforms: Applications in Coastal Modeling. In Encyclopedia of Coastal Science, geomorhology. The role of subsidence in shelf widening around ocean island volcanoes: Slaymaker,Wiley, UK. Coastal erosion processes and landforms. Modeling the evolution of wave-cut shore platforms.
Geological Society Books, London, Coastal evolution on volcanic islands; a complex interplay between volcanism, erosion, sedimentation, sea-level change and biogenic production.
Environmental Modelling and Software 16, Shore platform erosion and evolution: Recent advances and future research directions.
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Modeling cohesive clay coast evolution and response to climate change. Modelling the origin and development of a volcanic island shelf, Faial Island in the Azores Archipelago. Modelling the effect of Pliocene-Quaternary changes in sea level on stable and tectonically active land masses.
The Geomorphology of Rock Coasts.
Canadian Geographer, 44, pp.