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TitleTools and methodologies for dealing with coastal retreat due to SLR
Author(s)Santos, L.
Pinho, José L. S.
Antunes do Carmo, J.
Granja, Helena Maria
Keywordsbeach monitoring
coastal erosion
operational morphodynamic modelling
SLR
Issue dateSep-2018
PublisherUniversidade de Coimbra. Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia. Departamento de Ciências da Terra
CitationSantos L., Pinho J. L. S., Antunes do Carmo J., Granja H. Tools and methodologies for dealing with coastal retreat due to SLR, IX Simpósio sobre a Margem Ibérica Atlântica, pp. 139-140, 978-989-98914-3-2, 2018.
Abstract(s)Sea level rise constitutes a serious threat to countries whose coastal areas have high population densities. However, it should be noted that sea-level rise is not the only cause of increased vulnerability. Other factors, such as storms, wave climate, and the lack of sediments supply to the coast imply a current need for more appropriate strategies and major adaptation measures. This is the case of Portugal, where two-thirds of the population currently lives less than 50 km from the coastline. This work presents a discussion on the applicability of approaches based on equilibrium beach profiles for estimation of retreat, using beach profile measurements at two different locations of the Portuguese coast. A sound methodology to face the actual threats to the Portuguese coast is also suggested. This methodology is mainly based on coastal monitoring and available morphodynamic modelling tools.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/62714
ISBN978-989-98914-3-2
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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