The coastal zone is among the most dynamic and ecologically significant landscapes on Earth, and climate change places an increased impetus on understanding its processes and forms. This session seeks presentations exploring recent advances and observations in coastal geomorphology based upon field observations, physical experiments, modeled landscapes, and interactions between human and physical systems. We invite presentations focused on any coastal geomorphology, including, but not limited to: sandy beaches and/or dunes; lagoons, marshes, mud flats, and estuaries; or rocky and coral coasts.
|Presenter||Phillip Schmutz*, University of West Florida, Shannon Alexis Nelson, University of West Florida, The Utility of Using a Near-Infrared (NIR) Camera to Measure Beach Surface Moisture||20||12:40 PM|
|Presenter||Lei Wang*, Louisiana State University, Jaehyung Yu, Chungnam National University, Korea, Automatic ripple mark delineation from unmanned aerial survey data||20||1:00 PM|
|Presenter||Christopher Alexis*, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, Junior Darsan, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, A coastal geomorphological analysis of the beach and coastal processes and its influence on nesting behavior of the leatherback turtle Dermochelys coreacia, at Grande Riviere, Trinidad.||20||1:20 PM|
|Presenter||Patrick Barrineau*, Coastal Science & Engineering, Inc., Unpacking Storm Damages on a Developed Shoreline||20||1:40 PM|
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