Coastal Engineering VI: Computer Modelling and Experimental Measurements of Seas and Coastal Regions
C. A. Brebbia, David Almorza Gomar, F. Lopez Aguayo
WIT Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 516 pages
Emphasising practical applications, this volume features the proceedings of the sixth international conference on this subject. The contributions are grouped into sections including: Shallow Water Studies; Estuarine Problems; Pollutant Transport and Dispersion; Oil Spills; Wave Studies; Coastal Erosion and Sedimentation; and Case Studies.
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