This session is sponsored by the Coastal and Marine Specialty Group.
To participate in a session:
Register and submit your paper abstract online at: https://aag.secure-abstracts.com/am2019
Email your presenter identification number (PIN), paper title, and abstract to Peter Tereszkiewicz (email@example.com) or Mayra Roman-Rivera (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Thursday November 8, 2018.
In addition to its intrinsic value, the coastal zone is one of the most dynamic and ecologically significant landscapes on Earth's surface. Heightened awareness of global climate change and associated rising sea levels has placed an increased impetus on physical coastal studies. This session seeks presentations exploring recent advances and observations in coastal geomorphology. We invite presentations on all aspects of coastal geomorphology, including, but not limited to: surf zone processes and landforms; beach-dune interactions; lagoon, estuary, mud-flat, and marsh dynamics; modeling; remote sensing of coastal waters and terrestrial landscapes; and rocky coast evolution.
|Presenter||Michelle E Harris*, University of South Carolina, Jean T Ellis, University of South Carolina, Jacquelyn B Ferguson, University of South Carolina, Peter A Tereszkiewicz, University of South Carolina, Coastal Management on the Fence: Evaluating the Geomorphic Impact of Sand Fences||20||1:10 PM|
|Presenter||Julie Cisneros*, Florida Atlantic University, Tiffany Roberts Briggs, Florida Atlantic University, Geomorphologic response following four hurricanes on Southeast Florida beaches between 2016-2018.||20||1:30 PM|
|Presenter||George Marino*, University of South Carolina, Jean T Ellis, University of South Carolina, Post-storm comparisons of shoreline change models in North and South Carolina||20||1:50 PM|
|Presenter||Peter Tereszkiewicz*, University of South Carolina, Jean T. Ellis, University of South Carolina, Implications of sediment-vegetation interactions on post-storm recovery||20||2:10 PM|
|Presenter||Norbert Psuty*, Rutgers University, Katherine Ames, Sandy Hook Cooperative Research Programs, Rutgers University , Andrea Habeck, Sandy Hook Cooperative Research Programs, Rutgers University, Glenn Liu, Sandy Hook Cooperative Research Programs, Rutgers University, Sediment budget and feature evolution in a Post-Sandy environment, Delaware Bayside beaches, New Jersey||20||2:30 PM|
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