WAVE TRANSFORMATION ON A ROCKY SHORE: FROM FIELD WORK ON RE ISLAND TO 3D MODELING
ICCE 2022
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Michaud, H., Gourrierect, L. L. G. L., Seyfried, L., Krien, Y., Leballeur, L., Pasquet, A., Biscara, L., Marsaleix, P., Estournel, C., Sous, D., Dealbera, S., Bouchette, F., Meulé, S., Bertin, X., & Lavaud, L. (2023). WAVE TRANSFORMATION ON A ROCKY SHORE: FROM FIELD WORK ON RE ISLAND TO 3D MODELING. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (37), waves.29. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v37.waves.29

Abstract

Improving knowledge of the processes driving coastal flooding is a key issue in the era of climate change, especially for decision support of public policies and operational forecasting. From regional to city scales, different processes interact, such as tide, storm surge, waves, wave setup, or infra-gravity waves, and further depend on the area topography, bathymetry, sedimentology and external forcings. While sandy beaches have been the subject of many studies, rocky beaches are still poorly understood compared to sandy beach context, despite the important part of rocky French and world coasts. In this paper, we investigate the swell transformation on the rocky beach of Ars-en-Ré with an extensive field campaign and a numerical modelling with a 3D non-hydrostatic circulation model Symphonie NH (Marsaleix et al., 2019).
https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v37.waves.29
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References

Marsaleix, Michaud and Estournel (2019): 3D phase-resolved wave modelling with a non-hydrostatic ocean circulation model, Ocean Modelling Volume 136, pp. 28-50.

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Copyright (c) 2023 Héloïse Michaud, Loës Le Goff Le Gourrierect, Léo Seyfried, Yann Krien, Laurent Leballeur, Audrey Pasquet, Laurie Biscara, Patrick Marsaleix, Claude Estournel, Damien Sous, Solène Dealbera, Frédéric Bouchette, Samuel Meulé, Xavier Bertin, Laura Lavaud