Coastal/Marine Geography Bibliography - AAG COMA (2022)

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Pennsylvania Geographer, v. 27, no. 3&4, pp. 13-27, 1989.

Amin, S. M. N., and R. G. D. Davidson-Arnott, " Toe Erosion of Glacial Till Bluffs; Lake Erie South Shore", Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 32, no. 7, pp. 829-837, 1995.

Amin, S. M. N., and Davidson-Arnott. 1997. A statistical analysis of the controls on shoreline erosion rates, Lae Ontario. Journal of Coastal Research 13:1093:1101.

Argent, J. and T. O’Riordan. 1995. "The North Sea" in Regions at Risk: Comparisons of Threatened Environments, J.X. Kasperson, R. E. Kasperson, and B.L. Turner II, eds., Tokyo: United Nations University Press, pp. 367-419.

Armbruster, C. K., Stone, G. W., and Xu, J. P. 1995. Episodic atmospheric forcing and bayside foreshore erosion: Santa Rsoa Island Florida. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Transactions 45:31-38.

Atkinson, D. and E. Laurier. 1998. "A Sanitised City? Social Exclusion at Bristol’s 1996 International Festival of the Sea" in Geoforum 29:199-206.

Baker, E. 1993. "Progress in Hurricane Evacuation Preparedness in the United States" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Atlanta.

Baker, E. 1995. "Public Response to Hurricane Probability Forecasts" in The Professional Geographer 47:137-147.

Bauer, B. O. 1990. Assessing the relative energetics of "infragravity" motions in lakes and bays. Journal of Coastal Research , 6:853-865.

Bauer, B. O. 1991. Aeolian decoupling of beach sediments. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 81:290-303.

Bauer, B. O. 1996. Geomorphology, Geography, and Science. In The Scientific Nature of Geomorphology: Proceedings of the 27th Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, eds. B. L. Rhoads, and C. E. Thorn, pp. 381-413. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Bauer, B. O., and Allen, J. R. 1995. Beach steps: an evolutionary perspective. Marine Geology 123:143-166.

Bauer, B. O., and Namikas, S. 1998. Design and field test of a continuously weighing, tipping-bucket assembly for aeolian sand traps. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23:1171-1184.

Bauer, B. O. Sherman, D. J., Nordstrom, K. F., and P.A. Gares, P. A. 1990. Aeolian transport measurement and prediction across a beach and dune at Castroville. In Coastal Dunes: Form and Process, eds. K.F. Nordstrom, N.P. Psuty, and R.W.G. Carter, pp. 39-55. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Bauer, B. O., Allen, J. R., Nordstrom, K. F., and Sherman, D. J. 1991. Sediment redistribution in a groin embayment under shore-normal wave approach. Zeitschrift für Geomorpholgie Supplement-band 81:135-148.

Bauer, B.O., Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D., Nordstrom, K. F., Ollerhead, J., and Jackson, N. L. 1996. Indeterminacy in aeolian sediment transport across beaches. Journal of Coastal Research 12,:641-653.

Blake, G. (1992). Maritime Boundaries. London: Routledge.

Bruun, P. 1988. The Bruun Rule of erosion by sea-level rise: a discussion on large-scale two- and three-dimensional usages. Journal of Coastal Research 4(4):627-648.

Carter, R. W. G., and C. D. Woodroffe (eds.). 1994. Coastal Evolution: Late Quaternary Shoreline Morphodynamics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Chaney, P. L., and Stone, G. W. 1996. Soundside erosion of a nourish beach and implications for winter cold front forcing: West Ship Island, Mississippi. Shore and Beach 64:27-33.

Clark, J.R. 1998. Coastal Seas: The Conservation Challenge. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science.

Clark, G.E., S.C. Moser, S.J. Ratick, K. Dow, W.B. Meyer, S. Emani, W. Jin, J.X. Kasperson, R.E. Kasperson, and H.E. Schwartz. 1998. "Assessing the Vulnerability of Coastal Communities to Extreme Storms: The Case of Revere, MA, USA" in Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies for Global Change 3:59-82.

Comtois, C. 1997. "The Role and Function of Ports in Japan" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth.

Crowell, M., Douglas, B. C., and Leatherman, S. P. 1997. On forecasting future U.S. shoreline positions: a test of algorithms. Journal of Coastal Research 13:1245-1255.

Currey, D. R. 1980. Coastal geomorphology of Great Salt Lake and vicinity. Utah Geological and Mineral Survey Bulletin 116:69-82.

Currey, D. R. 1990. Quaternary paleolakes in the evolution of semidesert basins, with special emphais on Lake Bonneville and the Great Basin, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 76:189-214.

Daniels, R. C. 1996. An innovative method of model integration to forecast spatial patterns of shoreline change: a case study of Nags Head, North Carolina. The Professional Geographer 48(2):195-209.

Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D., and Fisher, J. D. 1992. Spatial and temporal controls on overwash occurrence on a Great Lakes barrier spit. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 29:102-117.

Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D., and Conliffe-Reid, H. E. 1994. Sedimentary processes and the evolution of the distal bayside of Long Point, Lake Erie. Canadian Journal of Earth Science 31:1461-1473.

Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D., and Law, M. N. 1996. Measurement and prediction of long-term sediment supply to coastal foredunes. Journal of Coastal Research 12:654-663.

Day, J.W., Jr., Psuty, N. P., and Perez, B. C. 1999 (in press). Energetic events: coastal marsh sustainability and restoration. In Concepts and Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology, eds. M. Weinstein and D. Kreeger, ________CITY: PUBLISHER

DeFilippis, J. 1997. "From a Public Re-Creation to Private Recreation: The Transformation of Public Space at South Street Seaport" in Journal of Urban Affairs 19:405-417.

DeKimpe, N. M. R. Dolan, and B. P. Hayden, 1991. Predicted dune recession on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, USA. Journal of Coastal Research, 7, 451-463.

Detrick, R.S. and Humphris, S.E., 1994, Exploration of global oceanic ridge system unfolds. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 75, pp. 325-326.

Dolan, R. D., and Davis, R. 1992. An intensity scale for Atlantic coast Northeast storms. Journal of Coastal Research 8:840-853.

Dolan, R. D., and Davis, R. 1994. Coastal storm hazards. Coastal Hazards, ed. C. W. Finkl, Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue No. 12:103-114.

Dolan, R. D., Lins, H., and Hayden, B. 1988. Mid-Atlantic coastal storms. Journal of Coastal Research 4:417-433.

Dolan, R. D., Inman, D. L., and Hayden, B. 1989. The Atlantic coast storm of March 1989. Journal of Coastal Research 6:721-725.

Dolan R. D., Fenster, M. S., and Holme, S. J. 1991. Temporal analysis of shoreline recession and accretion. Journal of Coastal Research 7:723-744.

Dow, K. 1996. Vulnerability Transitions Along the Strait of Malacca. Ph.D. Dissertation, Clark University, Worcester, MA.

Dow, K. 1997. "Marine Transportation Risks and Rights of Passage" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth.

Dow, K. (forthcoming). ‘Caught in the Currents: Pollution, Risk, and Environmental Change in Marine Space’. The Professional Geographer.

Dow, K. (forthcoming). ‘The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Explanations of Vulnerability to an Oil Spill’. Geographical Review.

Dow, K. and S.L. Cutter. 1998. "Crying Wolf: Repeat Responses to Hurricane Evacuation Orders" in Coastal Management 26:237-252.

Downs, L L., Nicholls, R. J., Leatherman, S. P., and Houtzenroder, J. 1994. Historic evolution of a marsh island: Bloodsworth Island, Maryland. Journal of Coastal Research 10:1031-1044.

Dubois, R. N. 1990. Barrier-beach erosion and rising sea level. Geology 18:1150-152.

Dubois, R. N., 1995. The transgressive barrier model: An alternative to two-dimensional volume balance models. Journal of Coastal Research 11:1272-1286.

Dubois, R. N., 1997. The influence of the shore slopes ratio on the nature of a transgressing shore. Journal of Coastal Research 13:1321-1327.

Earney, F.C.F., 1990. Marine Mineral Resources: Ocean Management and Policy. (London: Routledge).

Ellison, J. C. 1989. Pollen analysis of mangrove sediments as a sea level indicator: Assessment from Tongatapu, Tonga. Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeoclimatology 74:327-341.

Ellison, J. C. 1993. Mangrove retreat with rising sea level, Bermuda. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 37:75-87.

Ellison, J. C., and Stoddart, D. 1991. Mangrove ecosystem collapse during predicted sea-level rise: Holocene analogues and implications. Journal of Coastal Research 7:151-165.

Fenster, M. S., and Dolan, R. 1993. A new method of investigating temporal and large-scale spatial shoreline trends. In Large Scale Coastal Behavior ’93, ed. J. H. List, USGS Open File Report 93-381:56-57.

Fenster, M. S., and Dolan, R. 1993. Historical shoreline trends along the Outer Banks, North Carolina: processes and responses. Journal of Coastal Research 9:172-188.

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Fenster, M., and Dolan, R. 1996. Assessing the impact of tidal inlets on adjacent barrier island shorelines. Journal of Coastal Research 12:294-310.

Finkl, C.W., 1994. Coastal Hazards: Perception, Susceptibility and Mitigation. Charlottesville, VA: Coastal Education and Research Foundation.

Fisher, D. l. 1989. Response to coastal storm hazard: short-term recovery versus long-term planning. Ocean and Shoreline Management 12:295-308.

Fournier, E.J. 1995. The Renewal of River Street: A Geographic Examination of Waterfront Revitalization Efforts in Savannah, Georgia. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

Gares, P. A. 1990. Eolian processes and dune changes at developed and undeveloped sites, Island Beach, New Jersey. In Coastal Dunes: Form and Process, eds. K. F. Nordstrom, N. P. Psuty, and B. Carter, pp. 361-380. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

Gares, P. A. 1992. Topographic changes associated with coastal dune blowouts at Island Beach State Park, New Jersey. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 17:589-604.

Gares, P. A., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1988. Creation of dune depression by foredune accretion. Geographical Review 78:194-204.

Gares, P.A. and Nordstrom, K. F. 1990. Topographic changes in a formerly stabilized dune system, in a coastal park. In Symposium on Coastal Sand Dunes, ed. R.G.D. Davidson-Arnott, pp. 159-170. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada.

Gares, P.A. and Nordstrom, K. F. 1995. A coastal foredune blowout model for lee coasts. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 85:1-20.

Gares, P.A., Sherman, D. J., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1994. Geomorphology and natural hazards. Geomorphology 10:1-18.

Gares, P.A., Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D., Bauer, B. O., Sherman, D. J., Carter, R. W. G., Jackson, D. W. T., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1996. Alongshore variations in aeolian transport: Carrick Finn Strand, Republic of Ireland. Journal of Coastal Research 12:673-682.

Garver, S.A. and Siegel, D.A., 1997, Inherent optical property inversion of ocean color spectra and it biogeochemical interpretation: 1. Time series from the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102, pp. 18,607-18,625.

Garver, S.A., Siegel, D.A. and Mitchell, B.G., 1994, Variability in near surface particulate absorption spectra: What can a satellite ocean color imager see? Limnology and Oceanography, 39, pp. 1349-1367.

Gilbert, G. K. 1890. Lake Bonneville. U. S. Geological Survey Monograph 1. Washington, D.C.

Glassner, M. (1990). Neptune’s Domain: A Political Geography of the Sea. Boston: Unwin Hyman.

Goldsmith, V., Rosen, P., and Gertner, Y. 1990. Eolian transport measurements and comparison with theoretical transport in Israeli coastal dunes. In Coastal Dunes: Form and Process, eds. K. Nordstrom, N. Psuty, and B. Carter, pp. 77-101. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

Goss, J. 1996. Disquiet on the Waterfront: Reflections on Nostalgia and Utopia in the Urban Archetypes of Festival Marketplaces" in Urban Geography 17:221-47.

Greenwood, B., and Osborne, P. D. 1990. Vertical and horizontal structure in cross-shore flows: an example of undertow and wave set-up on a barred beach. Coastal Engineering , 14:543-580.

Greenwood, B., and Osborne, P. D. 1991. Equilibrium slopes and cross-shore velocity asymmetries in a storm-dominated, barred nearshore system. Marine Geology 96:211-235.

Greenwood, B., Osborne, P. D., and Bowen, A. J. 1991. Measurements of suspended sediment transprort: Prototype shorefaces. In Coastal Sediments ’91, ed. ASCE, 284-299.

Gulick, J. 1997. "Planning Organization: Moving Container Freight or Moving People" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Fort Worth.

Guo, Q., and Psuty, N. P. 1997. Flood-tide deltaic wetlands: detection of their sequential spatial evolution. Journal of Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 63:273-280.

Hesp, P. A., and Thom, B. G. Geomorphology and evolution of erosional dunefields. In Coastal Dunes: Form and Process, eds. K. F. Nordstrom, N. P. Psuty, and B. Carter, pp. 253-288. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

Hoover, C. 1993. "Cultural Constraints to the Management of Coastal Biodiversity in Honduras" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Atlanta.

Hugill, P. (1993). World Trade Since 1431: Geography, Technology, Capitalism, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Jackson, N.L., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1992. Site-specific controls on wind and wave processes and beach mobility on estuarine beaches. Journal of Coastal Research 8:88-98.

Jackson, N. L., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1993. Depth of activation of sediment by plunging breakers on a steep sand beach. Marine Geology 115:143-151.

Jackson, N.L. and Nordstrom, K. F. 1994. The mobility of beach fill in front of a seawall on an estuarine shoreline, Cliffwood Beach, New Jersey, USA. Ocean and Shoreline Management 17:149-166.

Jackson, N. L., and Nordstrom, K. F. 1997. Effects of time-dependent moisture content of surface sediments on aeolian transport rates across a beach, Wildwood, New Jersey, USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 22:611-621.

Jackson, N.L. and Nordstrom, K. F. 1998. Aeolian sediment transport of sediment on a beach during and after rainfall, Wildwood, NJ, USA. Geomorphology 22:151-157.

Jackson, N.L., Nordstrom, K. F., Bruno, M. S., and Spalding. V. L., in press. Classification of spatial and temporal changes to a developed barrier island, Seven Mile Beach, New Jersey, USA. In Global Change, ed. O. Slaymaker, in press. London: John Wiley & Sons.

Jackson, S.E. 1995. "The Water is Not Empty: Cross-Cultural Issues in Conceptualising Sea Space" in Australian Geographer 26:87-96.

Jagger, K. A., Psuty, N. P., and Allen, J. R. 1991. Caleta morphodynamics, Perdido Key, Florida, USA. Zeitschrift für Geomorphlogie, Supplement-band 81:99-113.

Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. 1991. Ground penetrating radar of northern lacustrine deltas. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 28, p. 1939-1947.

Jol, H.M. and Roberts, M.C. 1992. The seismic facies of a tidally influenced Holocene Delta: Boundary Bay, Fraser River delta, B.C. Sedimentary Geology, 77, p. 173-184.

Jol, H. M., Smith, D. G., and Meyers, R. A., 1996. Digital ground penetrating radar (GPR: A new geophysical tool for coastal barrier research (examples from the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts, USA). Journal of Coastal Research 12:60-968.

Kearney, M. S. 1996. Sea-level change during the last thousand years in Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Coastal Research 12:977-983.

Kearney, M. S., and Stevenson, J. C. 1991. Island land loss and marsh vertical accretion rate. evidence for historical sea-level change in the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Coastal Research 7:403-415.

Kearney, M. S. , Stevenson, J. C., and Ward, L. G. 1994. Spatial and temporal changes in marsh vertical accretion rates at Monie Bay: implications for sea-level rise. Journal of Coastal Research 10:1010-1020.

Kelletat, D.H. and Psuty, N. P., editors. 1996. Field Methods and Models to Quantify Rapid Coastal Changes. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplement-Band No. 102. Berlin: Gebrüder Borntraeger.

Kilian, D. and B.J. Dodson. 1995. "The Capital See-Saw: Understanding the Rationale for the Victoria and Alfred Redevelopment" in South African Geographical Journal 77:12-20.

Kilian, D. and B.J. Dodson. 1996. "Forging a Postmodern Waterfront: Urban Form and Spectacle at the Victoria and Alfred Docklands" in South African Geographical Journal 78:29-40.

Komar, P. D. 1998. Beach Processes and Sedimentation. Second Edition, Prenctice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Kracker, L., in press, 1999, The geography of fish: The use of remote sensing and spatial analysis tools in fisheries research. The Professional Geographer.

Kraus, N., Ginerich, K., and Kriebel, D., eds, (1991). Coastal Sediments ’91, Proceedings. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Lannon, H. 1996. "The Effects of the March 1993 Storm on Property Values and Ownership Patterns in Keaton Beach and Dekle Beach, Taylor County, FL" presented at Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Charlotte.

Laurier, E. 1998. "Replication and Restoration: Ways of Making Maritime Heritage" in Journal of Material Culture 3:21-50.

Laurier, E., forthcoming. "That Sinking Feeling: Elitism, Working, Leisure, and Yachting" in Leisure Practices and Geographical Knowledges, D. Crouch, ed., London: Routledge.

Law, M. L., and Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D. 1990. Seasonal controls on aeolian processes on the beach and foredune. In Symposium on Coastal Sand Dunes, ed. R. G. D. Davidson-Arnott, pp. 49-68. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada.

Lawrence, P. L. 1994. Natural Hazards of bluff erosion: a case study of Horizon View, Lake Huron. Geomorphology 10:65-82.

Lawrence, P. L., and Davidson-Arnott, R. G. D. 1997. Alongshore Wave Energy and Sediment Transport on southeastern Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Coastal Research 13:1004-1015.

Li, R., L. Qian, and J. A. R. Blais. 1995. A hypergraph-based conceptual model for bathymetric and related data management. Marine Geodesy 18:173-182.

List, J., ed. (1993). Large Scale Coastal Behavior ’93. USGS Open File Report 93-381.

Lockwood, M., and R. Li. 1995. Marine geographic information systems: What sets them apart? Marine Geodesy 18:157-159.

Lubin, D., Ricchiazzi, P., Gautier, C. and Whritner, R.H., 1994, A method for mapping Antarctic surface UV radiation using multispectral satellite imagery. In UV Radiation and Biological Research in Antarctica, 62, edited by Weiler, C.S. and Penhale, P.A. (Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union), pp. 53-81.

Marcus, W. A., and Kearney, M. S. 1991. Upland and coastal sediment sources in a Chesapeake Bay estuary. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 81:408-424.

McBride, R. A., and Moslow, T. F. 1991. Origin, evolution, and distribution of shoreface sand ridges, Atlantic inner shelf, USA. Marine Geology 97:57-85.

McBride, R. A., and Byrnes, M. R. 1993. Geomorphic response types along barrier coastlines: A regional perspective. In Large Scale Coastal Behavior ’93, ed. J. H. List, USGS Open File Report 93-381:119-122.

McBride, R. A., and Byrnes, M. R. 1995. A megascale systems approach for shoreline change analysis and coastal management along the northern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 45:405-414.

McBride, R. A., and Byrnes, M. R. 1997. Regional variations in shore response along barrier island systems of the Mississippi River delta plain: historical change and future prediction. Journal of Coastal Research 13:628-655.

McBride, R. A., Byrnes, M. R., and Hiland, M. W. 1995. Geomorphic response-type model for barrier coastlines: a regional perspective. Marine Geology 126:143-159.

McBride, R. A., Hiland, M. W, Penland, P. S., Williams, S. J., Brynes, M. R., Westphal, K. A., Jaffe, B, and Sallenger, A. H., Jr. 1991. Mapping barrier island changes in Louisiana — techniques, database, and results. In Coastal Sediments ’91, eds. N. C. Kraus_____ pp. 1011-1026. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

McCann, S. B., and Byrne, M. L. 1989. Stratification models for vegetated coastal dune sin Atlantic Canada. In Coastal Sand Dunes, eds. C. H. Gimingham, W. Ritchie, B. B. Willetts, and A. J. Willis, pp. 203-215. Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland, Section B(Biological Sciences), United Kingdom.

McClanahan, T., Glaesel, H., and Kiambo, R. (1997). ‘The Effects of Traditional Fisheries Management on Fisheries Yields among the Coral-Reef Ecosystems of Southern Kenya’. Environmental Conservation, 24: 105-120.

McKay, P. J., and Terich, T. A. 1992. Gravel barrier morphology: Olympic National Park, Washington State, USA. Journal of Coastal Research 8:813-829.

Meyer-Arendt, K.J., 1990, Recreational Business Districts in Gulf Coast Seaside Resorts, Journal of Cultural Geography 11 (1): 39-55.

Meyer-Arendt, K.J. 1991. "Tourism Development on the North Yucatan Coast: Human Response to Shoreline Erosion and Hurricanes" in Geojournal 23:327-336.

Meyer-Arendt, K.J. 1992. "Historical Coastal Environmental Changes: Human Response to Shoreline Erosion" in The American Environment: Interpretations of Past Geographies (L. Dilsaver & C. Colten, eds.), Savage, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 217-233.

Meyer-Arendt, K.J. 1993. Geomorphic Impacts of Resort Evolution Along the Gulf of Mexico Coast" in Tourism vs. Environment: The Case for Coastal Areas, P.P. Wong, ed. Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 125-138.

Meyer-Arendt, K.J., Sambrook, R., & B. Kermath, 1992, Seaside Resorts in the Dominican Republic: A Typology, Journal of Geography 91 (5): 219-225.

Meyers, R., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Peterson, C.R. 1996. Evidence for eight great earthquake-subsidence events detected with ground-penetrating radar, Willapa barrier, Washington. Geology, 24, p. 99-102.

Morang, A., Mossa, J., and Larson, R.J. 1993. Technologies for Assessing the Geologic and Geomorphic History of Coasts. Technical Report CERC-93-5, 140 p. Vicksburg: U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station, Coastal Engineering Research Center.

Mossa, J., and Roberts, H. H. 1990 Synergism of riverine and winter storm-related sediment transport processes in Louisiana's coastal wetlands. Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 40:47-55.

Mossa, J., Meisburger, E.M., and Morang, A. 1992. Geomorphic Variability in the Coastal Zone. Technical Report CERC-92-4, 104 p. Vicksburg: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Coastal Engineering Research Center.

Nakashima, L. D. 1989. Shoreline responses to Hurricane Bonnie in southwestern Louisiana, Journal of Coastal Research 5:127-136.

Nakashima. L. D., and Mossa, J. 1991. Responses of natural and seawall-backed beaches to recent hurricanes on the Bayou Lafourche headland, Louisiana. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 35:239-256.

Namikas, S., and Sherman, D. J. 1998. AEOLUS II: an interactive program for the simulation of aeolian sedimentation. Geomorphology 22:135-149.

National Research Council, 1988, The Mid-Ocean Ridge: A Dynamic Global System, (Washington, D. C.: National Academy Press).

Nichols, K., in press, 1999. "Coming to Terms with Integrated Coastal Management" in The Professional Geographer.

Nickling, W., and Davidson-Arnott, R. 1990. Aeolian sediment transport on beaches and coastal sand dunes. In Symposium on Coastal Sand Dunes, ed. R. G. D. Davidson-Arnott, pp. 1035ff. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada.

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Nordstrom, K.F. 1988. Dune grading along the Oregon coast, USA: a changing environmental policy. Applied Geography 8:101-116.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1988. Effects of shore protection and dredging projects on beach configuration near tidal inlets in New Jersey. In Hydrodynamics and Sediment Dynamics of Tidal Inlets, eds. D.G. Aubrey and L. Weishar, pp. 440-454. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1989. Downdrift coarsening of beach foreshore sediments at tidal inlets: an example from the coast of New Jersey. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 14:691-701.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1989. Erosion control strategies for bay and estuarine beaches. Coastal Management 17:25-35.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1990. The intrinsic value of depositional coastal landforms. Geographical Review 80:68-81.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1992. Estuarine Beaches: An Introduction to the Physical and Human Factors Affecting Use and Management of Beaches in Estuaries, Lagoons, Bays and Fjords. London: Elsevier Science Publishers.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1993. Intrinsic value and landscape evaluation. Geographical Review 83:473-476.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1994. Beaches and dunes of developed coasts. Progress in Physical Geography 18:497-516.

Nordstrom, K. 1994b. Developed coasts. In Coastal Evolution, eds. R.W.G. Carter and C. Woodroffe, pp. 477-509. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nordstrom, K.F. 1998. The evolution and value of landforms on human altered coasts. In California’s Coastal Natural Hazards, eds, L. Ewing and D.J. Sherman, pp. 7-27. Los Angeles: University of Southern California Sea Grant.

Nordstrom, K., (forthcoming). Beaches and Dunes of Developed Coasts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nordstrom, K.F. and Lotstein, E. L. 1989. Conflicting scientific, managerial, and societal perspectives on resource use of dynamic coastal dunes. Geographical Review 79:1-12.

Nordstrom, K.F., and Gares, P. A. 1990. Changes in the volume of coastal dunes in New Jersey, USA. Ocean and Shoreline Management 13:1-10.

Nordstrom, K.F. and N.L. Jackson, 1990. Migration of swash zone, step, and microtopographic features during tidal cycles on an estuarine beach, Delaware Bay, New Jersey, USA. Marine Geology 92:147-154.

Nordstrom, K. F., and Jackson, N. L. 1992a. Effect of source width and tidal elevation changes on eolian transport on an estuarine beach. Sedimentology 39:769-778.

Nordstrom, K. F., and Jackson, N. L. 1992b. Two-dimensional change on sandy beaches in meso-tidal estuaries. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 36:465-478.

Nordstrom, K.F. and Jackson, N. L. 1993. Changes in cross shore location of surface pebbles on a sandy estuarine beach. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 63:1152-1159.

Nordstrom, K. F., and Jackson, N. L. 1993. The role of wind direction in eolian transport on a narrow sandy beach. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 18:675-685.

Nordstrom, K., and Jackson, N. (1994). ‘Aeolian Processes and Dune Fields in Estuaries’. Physical Geography, 15: 358-371.

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m B. Mansfield: The Social Construction of Marine Space: The Pacific Groundfish Theory

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c X. Augerot: Competing Conceptions of Salmon Management in the North Pacific

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c M. Foote, D. Horn: High-Resolution Water Surface Measurements in the Swash Zone

c J. Ren, N. Psuty: Changes in the Sediment Budget at the Critical Zone, Sandy Hook, NJ

c E. Ferrell, D. Sherman: Mass Flux Profiles in Aeolian Saltation Systems

c P. Gares, N. Psuty: Spatial Variation in Dune Response to a Coastal Storm

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c S. Namikas: A Field Investigation of Aeolian Saltation

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c T. Middleton: Impact of Nearshore Processes on a Microtidal Lagoonal Beach: Roanoke Island, NC

c V. Spalding: Shoreline Armoring Effects on Coastal Geomorphology and Meiofauna in Raritan Bay, NJ

c M. Craghan: Geomorphically Immaterial-Estuarine Flooding in Built Areas

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c A. Yaari: Modeling Potential Wind-Wave Erosion in the Sacramento Delta

c M. Taylor, M. Byrnes, R. McBride: Geomorphology, Physical Processes, and Holocene Response

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c D. Sherman: Bedforms in Rip Current Channels

c J. Wang, D. Sherman: Generations of Beach Cusps on Gravel Beaches: An Evaluation of Edge Wave and Self-Organization Models

c J. Yi, B. Baller, D. Sherman: Event-Based Estimates of Shear Velocity in Unsteady Aeolian Systems

c P. Gares, R. Beachley: Topographic Changes in Outer Banks Dunes

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m B. Walker: Sisterhood, Seine-Nets, and Starkist: Gendered Politics in Ghana's Marine Fishery

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c C. Trist: Floating Capital, Contested Conservation: Competing Construction on Soufriere Bay, St. Lucia

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c K. Liu, M. Fearn: Reconstructing Late-Holocene Activities of Catastrophic Hurricanes: Florida and Louisiana

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c R. Arnott, D. Langham: The Role of Softening in Erosion on a Cohesive Coast

c D. Horn, A. Baird: The GRIST (Groundwater Interaction with Swash and Tides) Model

c P. Chaney, G. Stone: Soundside Erosion and Winter Cold Fronts: West Ship Island Mississippi

c E. Farrell: The Relationship Between Mean Grain Size and Foreshore Slope for Derrymore Spit, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Republic of Ireland

c B. Greenwood, T. Aagaard, J. Nielson: Tidal Influence on Sediment Flux Within a Nearshore Bar-Rip System

Sponsored session: Geomorphology and Coastal and Marine SG: Coastal Aeolian Systems

c P. Gares, D. Sherman, D. Jackson: Ripple Morphology on Variable Beach Topography

c D. Sherman, B. Bauer, P. Gares, D. Jackson: Aeolian Sand Transport, Castroville, CA

c M. Lampe, P. Gares: Turbulent Air Flow over Coastal Dunes

c S. McCann, W. Hales: Vegetation of the Coastal Dunes of Nova Scotia, Canada

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Geography SG: Coastal Hazards

c N. Jackson, M. Bruno, K. Nordstrom, J. Dobosiewicz: Evolution of a Developed Coast

c R. Daniels, , T. Beatty, V. Gornitz: A Physical and Socioeconomic Index of Coastal Vulnerability

c H. Lannon: The Effects of the March 1993 Storm on Property Values and Ownership Patterns in Keaton Beach and Dekle Beach, Taylor County, FL

c W. Svekla, N. Psuty, P. Gares: Alongshore Variation in Dune Erosion

c M. Tollinger: Perception of Elusive Hazards: Global Warming and Sea Level Rise

Sponsored session: Geomorphology and Coastal and Marine SG: Coastal Plain Rivers

c J. Konwinski, J. Mossa: Flood Geomorphology of the Suwanee River at Branford, FL

c P. Jacobs, J. Hyatt: Flood-Induced Sinkholes and Their Volumetric Significance to Landscape Evolution of the Dougherty Plain, GA

c M. Wyrick, D. Butler: Historical Channel Changes Along the Lower Roanoke River, NC

c D. Perry: Baldcypress Habitats and Distribution in Channelized Coastal Plain Streams

c J. Mossa: Development of Anastomosing River Patterns, Gulf Coastal Plain

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Geography SG: Coastal Systems

c N. Psuty, D. O'Grady: Spatial Sediment Associations, Great Egg Harbor Estuary, NJ

c M. Kearney, J. Townshend, A. Rogers, W. Lawrence: Assessing Coastal Marsh Status in Chesapeake Bay Using TM Imagery

m M. Breedlove: An Analysis of the Influence of Substrate Geometry on Coral Reef Fish Populations: The Textual-Discontinuity Hypothesis

m D. Wright, A. Bobbitt, C. Fox: Marine Geography at Work: Adventures with a Seagoing GIS

Other session: Maritime Transport

m J. Rodrigue: Maritime Fields: A New Geography of Maritime Transportation

c J. Starr: Baltimore's Seagirt Marine Terminal: Container Facility with Everything but Ships

c T. Pitts: Seaport Competition in the Intermodal Age: A Typology of US Container Ports

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: R.W.G. Carter Memorial Symposium I: Morphodynamics and Maintenance of Coarse Clastic and Cohesive Coastal Systems

c J. Orford, S. Jennings: Life-Term Developments of Gravel-Dominated Coastal Barriers

c R. Arnott, J. Ollerhead: Erosion of Till on a Cohesive Nearshore Profile

c P. Lowry: Influence of Barrier Height on the Stability of Gravel Beaches

c R. Taylor, D. Forbes, D. Frobel, J. Shaw: Longshore Morphological Variability in the Development of a Rapidly-Migrating Swash-Aligned Gravel Barrier, Story Head, Southeastern Canada

c T. Terich, P. McKay: Gravel Barrier Morphology: Olympic National Park, WA

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: R.W.G. Carter Memorial Symposium II: Coastal Management: Problems and Mitigation

c J. Hardisty, H. Rouse: Monitoring, Modeling, and Management for the Coastal Environment

m I. Eliot, N. Siragusa: Site Selection for an Artificial Surfing Reef

c T. Healy: A Comprehensive Method for Determination of Development Setback/Coastal Hazard Zone Lines for Open Dune Coasts

c S. Shabica, L. Nakashima: Wetlands Sedimentation at Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA

c J. Shulmeister, R. Kirk: Application of a Combined Process and Quaternary Geomorphology Investigation to Modern Environmental Change: A New Zealand Coastal Example

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: R.W.G. Carter Memorial Symposium III: Large-Scale Coastal Dynamics and Behavior

c R. Devoy, C. Delaney: Relative Sea-Level and Other Sedimentary Data from Western Ireland as Indicators of Coastal Process Change

c G. Stone, F. Stapor: A Sediment Transport Model for the Northeast Gulf Coast: Morgan Point, AL, to Apalachicola, FL

c P. Sanderson, I. Eliot, C. Pattiaratchi: Shoreline Salients on the Coast of Western Australia

c B. Hegge, I. Eliot, J. Hsu: Sheltered Sandy Beaches of Southwestern Australia

c J. Grymes, G. Stone: Sea-state and Climatology of Hurricane Andrew and Morphological Impacts Along the South-Central Louisiana Coast

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Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: R.W.G. Carter Memorial Symposium IV: Shoreface/Nearshore Fluid Dynamics and Sediment Transport

c B. Greenwood: New Waves on Old Beaches: Experiments on Sediment Transport and Morphodynamics

c N. Psuty, M. Craghan: Mobility/Stability of the Beach Haven Sand Ridge

c J. Allen, N. Psuty, B. Bauer, R. Carter: Nearshore Fluid Motion in a Beach Cusp

c N. Jackson: Profile Response to Strong Onshore Winds on a Mesotidal Beach

c P. Osborne, C. Vincent: Bedform Dynamics and Suspended Sediment Response on a Macro-Tidal Beach

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: R.W.G. Carter Memorial Symposium V: Aeolian Transport in Coastal Systems

c B. Bauer, R. Arnott, D. Sherman, N. Jackson, K. Nordstrom, D. Proosdij, J. Ollerhead, J. McCloskey: Interdeterminacy in Aeolian Transport Predictions for Beaches

c P. Gares, B. Bauer, D. Sherman, K. Nordstrom, R. Arnott: Spatial Variations in Sediment Size and Moisture Across a Beach

c K. Nordstrom, R. Arnott, P. Gares, B. Bauer, D. Sherman, R. Carter, D. Jackson: Offshore Aeolian Transport Across a Beach Carrick Finn Strand, Ireland

c D. Sherman, R. Taylor, G. Stone: Coastal Environments: A Visual Tribute to R.W.G. (Bill) Carter

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG and GIS SG: GIS Applications in Coastal Wetland and Marine Environments

c R. Canessa, C. Keller: Evaluating Data Quality for a Coastal GIS

c C. Keller, R. Gowan: Blue Print and Feasibility Assessment for a Controlled Sewage Release System to Minimize Environmental Impact for Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

c L. Handley: Coastal Louisiana Wetland Habitat Change, 1956-1988

c T. Tremblay, W. White: Wetland Trend Analysis in the Galveston Bay Estuary System, TX

c J. Gritzner: Defining Wetland Systems in the Prairie Pothole Region of SD

Other session: Coastal Processes and Conservation

c D. Karinshak, D. Porter: Utilizing Large-Scale Remote Sensing Imagery for Monitoring Human Impacts on a Localized Coastal Estuary

Other session: Technology and Transportation Geography

c J. Starr, B. Slack: U.S. Naval Ports in an Era of Change

Sponsored session: Hazards, Water Resources and Coastal and Marine SG: Perspectives on Emergency Management

c E. Baker: Progress in Hurricane Evacuation Preparedness in the United States

c D. Godschaulk: Disasters, Mitigation and Windows of Opportunity

c J. Pine: Computer Applications in Emergency Management

Sponsored session: Cultural Ecology and Coastal and Marine SG: People, Wildlife and Wetlands

c R. Doughty, B. Paramanter: Wetland Perceptions in an Historical and Cross-cultural Context

c S. Dedina: The Impact of European Contact on the Wetland Fauna of Lower CA

c E. Young: People and Whales in Magdalena Bay, Mexico

c C. Hoover: Cultural Constraints to the Management of Coastal Biodiversity in Honduras

c G. Gomez: Economic Incentives for Wetland Conservation: Louisiana's Alligator Management Program

Other session: Water Resources SG: Geography and Hydropolitics

m C. Hauge: The Nile River: An Analysis of International Watercourse Law

Other session: Coastal/Lacustrine Geomorphology

c Synoptic Weather Patterns, Wave Conditions and Beach Change

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: Coastal Processes and Management Along the Northern Gulf of Mexico

c S. Williams, S. Penland, A. Sallenger: Rapid Coastal Land Loss in the Northern Gulf Of Mexico

c S. Penland, S. Williams, A. Sallenger, M. Byrnes, R. McBride, J. Kindinger: Formation and Evolution of Late Quaternary River Deltas of the Northern Gulf of Mexico

c G. Stone: Net Shoreline Stability During Net Sea-Level Rise: NW FL and SE AL

c R. McBride, S. Penland, M. Byrnes, S. Williams, M. Hiland, K. Westphal: Historical Shoreline Changes Along the Louisiana and Mississippi Barrier

c D. Reed: Depositional Processes in Louisiana Coastal Marshes

c D. Davis: The Louisiana Coastal GIS Network (LCGISN): Access to Spatial Data

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG: Stress and Adjustment in the Great Plains Settlement System

c N. Jackson: Non Locally-Generated Waves and Beach Change, Delaware Bay, NJ

c J. Allen, B. Bauer, N. Psuty: Beach Step Dynamics Over a Tidal Cycle

c K. Nordstrom, N. Jackson: Changes in Surface Gravels in an Estuarine Beach

c J. Ollerhead: Quantifying Sediment Accretion on Buctouche Spit, New Brunswick, Canada

c J. Mossa: Relationships of Riverine Suspended Sediment Fluxes to Shoreline Changes

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine SG/Geomorphology SG: Coastal Geomorphology II

c D. Sherman, K. Parnell, P. Hosking: Quasi-Rhythmic Dune Scarping at Omaha Beach, New Zealand

c N. Psuty: Sediment Budget and Dune/Beach Morphology Perdido Key, FL

c P. Gares: A Model of Foredune Blowout Development

c R. Arnott: Washout Healing on a Great Lakes Barrier Spit

Other session: Geographic Relationships in Containerization I

c Y. Hayuth, D. Fleming: Concepts of Strategic Commercial Location: The Case of Container Ports

c R. McCalla: Canadian Container Ports: How Have They Fared? How Will They Do?

c J. Starr: The Mid-Atlantic Load Center: Baltimore or Hampton Roads

Other session: Marine and Coastal Processes and Impact Management

m M. Flaherty, C. Karnjanakesorn: Commercial and Small-scale Fisheries Disputes in the Gulf of Thailand

m L. Handley, M. Fuhrmann, A. Calix: The Impact of Hurricane Camille on the Chandeleur Islands

c G. Smith: Land and Water-use Conflicts within the California Tidelands Trust

Other session: GIS student papers

m D.J. Wright, R. M. Haymon, and WHOI Imaging Group, Analysis of ocean floor data using GIS techniques

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Hazards SG: Natural Hazards of South Florida

c J. Cross: Hurricanes and Development Within South Florida

c E. Baker: Hurricane Evacuation in Southeast Florida

c B. Kranzer: The Emerging Role of Regional Water Management Districts in Hurricane Preparedness, Response and Recovery

c R. Schultz: Beach Restoration and Maintenance in Florida: An Economic Response to a Geographic Hazard

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Geography: Issues in Coastal Management

c N. Psuty, V. Jogoo: International Concern for Sea-Level Rise Issues

m G. Yohe: U.S. Economic Vulnerability to Greenhouse Induced Sea-Level Rise

c M. Eugenia, S. Moreira: Impacts of the Potential Sea-Level Rise on the Portuguese Coastal Wetlands

c P. Knuth: Inshore Response to Offshore Segmented Breakwaters, Presque Isle Peninsula, PA

c N. Devine: Sea-Level Rise and Third World Urban Coastal Hazards

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Geography and Geomorphology Specialty Groups: Coastal Forms and Process

c P. McKay, T. Terich: The Gravel Barriers of Washington's Pacific Coast

c K. Jagger, N. Psuty, J. Allen: Spatial-Variations in Morphodynamic Relationships

m R. Arnott, A. Heyningen, D. Armstrong: Morphodynamics and Sedimentology of Longshore Sandwaves

c P. Gares: Predicting Erosion Along the East Coast of the United States

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Geography and Geomorphology Specialty Groups: Sediment Transport in Coastal Systems

c J. Woodruff, J. Hardisty: Experiment on Bedload Transport in Asymmetric Oscillatory Flows

c B. Greenwood: Nearshore Sediment Transport and Morphodynamics: Methodology of the C-Coast Programme

c P. Osborne, B. Greenwood: Cross-Shore Suspended Sediment Transport: The Role of Wind-Waves, Infragravity Waves and Mean Flows

c N. Sela, B. Greenwood: Alongshore Sediment Transport: An Empirical Test of Existing Models

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine, Geomorphology SG, Coastal Geomorphology I

c D. Sherman: Estimating Wind Shear Velocity and Predicting Aeolian Sediment Transport Rates

c K. Nordstrom, N. Jackson: Tidal Cycles of Estuarine Beach Change

c P. Gares: Wind Flow and Sediment Transport Over Coastal Foredunes

c R. Arnott, J. Fisher: Washover Evolution on a Lacustrine Barrier Spit

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine, Geomorphology SG, Coastal Geomorphology II

c T. Terich, P. McKay: Inventory and Monitoring of the Olympic Park Seashore

c R. Dolan, S. Trossbach, M. Buckley: Analysis of Patterns of Shoreline Erosion for the Beaches and Barrier Islands of the Mid-Atlantic Coast

c R. Platt: Preservation of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Sponsored session: Coastal and Marine Specialty Group: Tropical Marine Resources: Traditions, Change and Challenge

m T. Krabacher: Environmental Risk and Economic Success in a West African Maritime Economy

m N. Lewis: A Challenge for Marine Resource Development

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c T. Eley: Mangrove Crabs and the Kiwai of Papua, New Guinea

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