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Beach processes between Mulgund and Shiroda, west coast of India
Study on beach processes for an year shows seasonal changes without annual net erosion. The beaches are stable and regain the maximum profiles during February to April. Distribution of longshore current direction is not ...
Longshore sediment transport rate-measurement and estimation, central west coast of India
Measurements of the longshore sediment transport rate (LSTR) along the surf zone at a 4-km-long beach on the central west coast of India were made over a 4-month period. During the study, both the lateral and vertical ...
Field measurement on longshore current variation between Ratnagiri and Mangalore, west coast of India
(CWPRS, Pune, 1992)
The daily measurements on longshore current velocity and direction were carried out at selected 12 stations along the coast between Ratnagiri and Mangalore, India. The directional wave data measured at Karwar were used to ...
RIP current zones along beaches in Goa, west coast of India
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 1997)
Goa has a 125-km-long coastline of which two-thirds consists of beautiful sandy beaches. There are mainly 17 beaches having significant importance of tourism. Sporadically, surf drownings have been reported at a few stretches ...
Surf zone dynamics along the south Karnataka Coast between Bhatkal and Ullal, west coast of India
Field study between Bhatkal and Ullal from June 1989 to May 1990 indicated that the beaches along this segment of coastline are essentially stable showing only seasonal fluctuations. Beaches after being subjected to erosional ...
Longshore currents and sediment trnsport along Kannirajapuram Coast, Tamilnadu, India
(Coastal Research Foundation, 2000)
The objective of the study was to estimate longshore current and sediment transport from measured wave data and from the observations on the littoral environment. A directional wave rider buoy was deployed at 12m water ...