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Twenty-first Coastal Engineering Conference. Proceedings of the International Conference, June 20-25, 1988, Costa del Sol-Malaga, Spain
Edge, B.L. (Ed.) (1989). Twenty-first Coastal Engineering Conference. Proceedings of the International Conference, June 20-25, 1988, Costa del Sol-Malaga, Spain. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 21. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE): New York. ISBN 0-87262-687-3. 3009 pp.
Part of: Coastal Engineering Proceedings. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE): New York. ISSN 2156-1028, more

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Document type: Conference

Keywords
    Coastal engineering; Conferences; Marine

Event Top | Author 
  • 21st International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Malaga, Spain, 1988, more

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  • Edge, B.L., editor

Content
  • Goda, Y. (1989). On the methodology of selecting design wave height, in: Edge, B.L. (Ed.) Twenty-first Coastal Engineering Conference. Proceedings of the International Conference, June 20-25, 1988, Costa del Sol-Malaga, Spain. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 21: pp. 899-913, more
  • Simoen, R.; Verslype, H.; Vandenbossche, D. (1989). The Beach Rehabilitation Project at Ostend, Belgium, in: Edge, B.L. (Ed.) Twenty-first Coastal Engineering Conference. Proceedings of the International Conference, June 20-25, 1988, Costa del Sol-Malaga, Spain. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 21: pp. 2855-2866, more

Abstract
    This book contains over 220 papers presented at the 21st International Conference on Coastal Engineering. The book is divided into six parts: theoretical and observed wave characteristics; coastal processes and sediment transport; coastal structures and related problems; coastal, estuarine and environmental problems; case studies; and ship motions. The individual papers include such topics as the effects of wind, waves, storms and currents, erosion, sedimentation, and beach nourishment. Special emphasis is given to case studies of completed engineering projects. With the inclusion of both the theoretical and the practical, these papers provide the civil engineer with a broad range of information on coastal engineering.

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