AbstractA probabilistic shoreline hazard assessment has been undertaken for the Clarence Valley coastline on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. The assessment was unique in its size and scope, implementing a detailed probabilistic methodology that spanned 70km of varying coastline, including a range of open coasts, embayed beaches, multiple headlands, river training walls, sand sources and sinks. It was designed to meet the requirements of the NSW Management Manual, for inclusion within an updated Coastal Management Program.
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