AT-SEA EXPERIMENT AND SITE MONITORING ON A NEW COASTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING METHOD-ARTIFICIAL MARINE FOREST
AbstractA new engineering method on the coastal protection, "Artificial Marine Forest (AMF)" proposed by Liang et al. (2004) is composed by lots of tautly-moored floating structures (TMFS). The concept of this method is to establish a buffer zone between the shoreline and the sea area by building a dense forest to reduce the wave energy and protect the coast. When deploying a larger number of cylindrical floating bodies in the offshore region, the scene is similar to a marine forest.
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Lin, J.-H., Liu, C.-C., Hwang, K.-S., Chen, C.-J., & Liang, N.-K. (2018). AT-SEA EXPERIMENT AND SITE MONITORING ON A NEW COASTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING METHOD-ARTIFICIAL MARINE FOREST. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), risk.37. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.risk.37
Coastal Management, Environment, and Risk
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