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Quantifying Flood Risk and Hazard in Highly Urbanized Coastal Watersheds
Today, nearly half of the global population lives within 150 km of a coastline. As continued coastal development coincides with rising sea levels and more frequent and intense storms, the incidence, and cost of natural ...
Transformation and morphological impact of low-frequency waves during hurricane attack
Field measurements of wave, current, and sediment dynamics in the nearshore environment during extreme events are scarce due to energetic waves and rapid bed level changes that can damage or shift instrumentation. ...