Written in English
|Statement||by Kathryn M. Konicki.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||124|
Title: The statistics and kinematics of transverse sand bars on an open coast: Authors: Konicki, K. M.; Holman, R. A. Publication: Marine Geology, vol. , issue The statistics and kinematics of transverse sand bars on an open coast Public Deposited. Analytics × Add Cited by: Modeling and analyzing observed transverse sand bars in the surf zone F. Ribas,1,2 H. E. de Swart,3 D. Calvete,1 and A. Falqués1 Received 20 July ; revised 7 March ; accepted 9 March ; published 25 April  A morphodynamic model has been applied to explain the characteristics of. Keywords nearshore sand bars, shore-parallel bars, crescentic bars, transverse bars, physical processes 1. The statistics and kinematics of transverse bars on an. open coast.
The statistics and kinematics of transverse sand bars on an open coast. Marine Geology, , 69– Patches of several transverse sand bars attached to the shoreline and extending inside the surf zone with an oblique orientation have been observed in open beaches. Alongshore spacings between successive crests range from 20 to m. Several events of formation and evolution of transverse bar . Coastal Dynamics OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING OF TRANSVERSE FINGER BARS Anneke ten Doeschate 1, Francesca Ribas 2, Huib de Swart 1, Gerben Ruessink 1 and Daniel Calvete 2 Abstract The formation of transverse finger bars at Surfers Paradise, in the Gold Coast, East Australia, has been characterized. Study site. The study was performed at the Mm 3 Sand Engine, a concentrated sand nourishment along the southwest–northeast (42° with respect to the north) oriented Delfland coast, Netherlands (Figure 2).The Sand Engine was constructed in summer with the aim of feeding the beaches of the erosive Delfland coast under predicted sea level rise, in a more efficient and environmentally.
This review summarizes the morphological characteristics and dynamics of nearshore sand bars observed in the surf zone of sandy beaches worldwide, with length scales ranging from tens to hundreds of meters and time scales ranging from hours to weeks. They include shore-parallel bars (straight and crescentic) and transverse bars of different types. The transverse bars identified off Anna Maria Island are found for about 3 km along the coast and extend 4 km offshore, well outside the normal surf-zone width. Sand bars along low energy beaches Part 1: multiple parallel sand bars of southeastern Cape Cod. In Coates, D.R. (ed.), Coastal Geomorphology, Publication In Geomorphology, New York; State University of New York, pp. 99– information to determine morphological structure of nearshore bars along the coast and Inner bar was in transverse bar and rip state (TBR)and of shore-attached bar morphology (Fig. 3) with m distance between consecutive horns and cross-shore K., Holman, R. (). The statistics and kinematics of transverse sand bars on an open.