LONG-TERM MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION MODEL
AbstractNearshore morphology models predicting storm-scale erosion have been in use for the past several decades. These empirical tools typically focus on a single time-scale, which limits the utilization. For example, models developed to predict cross-shore storm erosion are poorly suited for longer-term simulations that include the beach recovery between events and gradients in longshore transport. Herein, the one-dimensional model CSHORE is extended to include shoreline change associated with along- shore variation in transport. A comparison of model predictions with long-term shoreline data from South Carolina demonstrate reasonable agreement with both erosion and accretion.
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Johnson, B., & McNinch, J. (2018). LONG-TERM MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION MODEL. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), sediment.64. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.sediment.64
Sediment Transport and Morphology
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