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A study of the geomorphological processes at the Siltcoos foredune breaching experiment site Public Deposited

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  • The focus of this study was to examine and record the physical changes brought about by the breaching of the Siltcoos Foredune. The origin of the dunes and the physical processes that operate there must be considered before effects due to the breach can be studied. A series of field observations then led to the quantitative analysis of wind and sand transport data. The examination of these figures show the differences in processes between the breach and two undisturbed control areas. The final areas of consideration were the possible rejuvenation of the interior dunes and the future of the breach area.
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