Coastal engineering: climate for change: proceedings of 10th Australasian Conference on Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-6 December 1991 / edited by Robert G. Bell, Terry M. Hume and Terry R. Healy
Contributor(s): Bell, Robert G. (DSIR Marine and Freshwater, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Hume, Terry M. (DSIR Marine and Freshwater, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) | Healy, Terry R. (University of Waikato, Department of Earth Sciences. Hamilton) | Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand | Institution of Engineers, Australia | Water Quality Centre (Hamilton, N.Z.) | Australasian Conference on Coastal and Ocean Engineering (10th : 1991 : Auckland, N.Z.).Material type: BookSeries: Water Quality Centre publication ; no. 21.Publisher: Hamilton, NZ : Water Quality Centre, DSIR, 1991Description: 572 p : ill ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0477026141.ISSN: 0112-689X.Subject(s): OCEANS | COASTAL ENGINEERING | SUSTAINABILITY | RESOURCES | ALTERATION | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | COASTAL ZONE | SEDIMENTS | MONITORING | PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY | GREENHOUSE EFFECT | SEA LEVEL CHANGES | BIOTURBATION | MARINE POLLUTION | DISPOSAL | WAVES | MODELLING | OCEAN OUTFALLS | COASTAL INLETS | TIDAL INLETS | ESTUARIES | PROTECTION | WATER QUALITY | ECOLOGY | COASTAL MORPHOLOGY | DREDGING | SEWAGE | BEACH EROSION | BEACH NOURISHMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Convened by Institution of Professional Engineers, New Zealand and Institution of Engineers, Australia.
95 Conference papers.
Coastal engineering - Climate for Change is the proceedings for the 10th Australasian Conference on Coastal and Ocean Engineering held in Auckland, New Zealand from December 2-6, 1991. The conference theme not only focusses on the effect of climate change and its implications for coastal management but also the increasing requirement to move to a multi-disciplinary approach, involving engineering, scientific, planning and resource management disciplines, when addressing coastal zone problems. The peer-reviewed papers in this publication cover a wide spectrum from biological and microbiological monitoring of the marine environment through to the design and construction of coastal structures. The authors represent a well-balanced mix of professionals from government, resource management agencies, academic institutions and private industry. (auths.)