This session explores coastal morphodynamics from the nearshore through to inland dune systems. Contributions include a range of studies focused on the measurement and modelling of physical processes and responses within nearshore-beach-dune systems over various spatial and temporal scales. The session will highlight the latest scientific developments in our understanding of this part of the planet's geomorphic system and will facilitate knowledge exchange between the submerged (e.g., nearshore waves, currents, and sediment transport) and sub-aerial (e.g., beach and aeolian dune dynamics) zones.
Thu, 26 May, 08:30–10:00
Chairpersons: Derek Jackson, Irene Delgado-Fernandez