Radar-based nearshore hydrographic monitoring

Bird, Cai; Bell, Paul ORCID:; Plater, Andy; Sinclair, Alex. 2017 Radar-based nearshore hydrographic monitoring. Hydro E-Newsletter, 8 March 2017.

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Shore-based marine radar techniques have recently proved to be an excellent tool for monitoring erosion and accretion in the dynamic nearshore area through repeated and automated large-area surveys. The ability to routinely survey intertidal areas has always been logistically challenging and expensive due to the limitations imposed by the tides, weather and access. Advances in remote sensing techniques and the development of new data-processing algorithms have made the surveying of these areas much more cost-effective.

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Date made live: 14 Mar 2017 16:25 +0 (UTC)

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