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The role of biomorphodynamics in estuarine evolution in New Zealand

The role of biomorphodynamics in estuarine evolution in New Zealand
The role of biomorphodynamics in estuarine evolution in New Zealand
Biomorphodynamic interactions, the feedback loops that operate between physical processes, biology and morphology, affect the long-term evolution of estuaries. This paper outlines how consideration of such interactions and implementation through innovative modelling techniques can become the next crucial step needed to advance understanding of estuarine evolution.
0028-8144
162-164
van Maanen, B.
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Coco, G.
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Swales, A.
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Bryan, K.R.
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van Maanen, B.
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Coco, G.
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Swales, A.
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Bryan, K.R.
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van Maanen, B., Coco, G., Swales, A. and Bryan, K.R. (2008) The role of biomorphodynamics in estuarine evolution in New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer, 64 (2), 162-164. (doi:10.1111/j.1745-7939.2008.00141.x).

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Abstract

Biomorphodynamic interactions, the feedback loops that operate between physical processes, biology and morphology, affect the long-term evolution of estuaries. This paper outlines how consideration of such interactions and implementation through innovative modelling techniques can become the next crucial step needed to advance understanding of estuarine evolution.

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Published date: 2008
Organisations: Energy & Climate Change Group

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Local EPrints ID: 354895
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/354895
ISSN: 0028-8144
PURE UUID: 1cfcf0eb-030e-46f4-ba85-51ca37b589d4

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Last modified: 16 Jul 2019 21:27

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