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Posters GM12.6

GM12.6

Coastal zone geomorphologic interactions: natural versus human-induced driving factors
Convener: Margarita Stancheva  | Co-Conveners: Andreas Baas , Giorgio Anfuso , Hannes Tõnisson , Guillaume Brunier 
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room N1
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X2

Attendance Time: Monday, 24 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Hannes Tõnisson and Margarita Stancheva
X2.134
EGU2017-1335
Post-eruptive Submarine Terrace Development of Capelinhos, Azores
Will Zhongwei Zhao, Neil Mitchell, Rui Quartau, Fernando Tempera, and Lucy Bricheno

X2.135
EGU2017-2378
Sediment balance from mountains to coasts in Japan: What is the cause of coastal erosion in the period from 1950 to 1990?
Keiko Udo, Kohki Morita, Yuriko Takeda, and Yoshiyuki Yokoo

X2.136
EGU2017-5130
STENCIL - Strategies and Tools for Environment-friendly Shore Nourishments as Climate Change Impact Low-Regret Measures
Stefan Schimmels, Catrina Cofalla, Björn Deutschmann, Caroline Ganal, Rik Gijsman, H. Christian Hass, Henner Hollert, Finn Mielck, Thorsten Schlurmann, Holger Schüttrumpf, Gholamreza Shiravani, Franziska Staudt, Agnieszka Strusinska, Jan Visscher, Karen Wiltshire, and Johanna Wolbring

X2.137
EGU2017-6002
Characteristics of depositional environments in the Nakdong River Estuary, South Korea
Han Jun Woo, Jun-Ho Lee, Jeongwon Kang, and Jae Ung Choi

X2.138
EGU2017-6896
Natural and human land-sea interactions: Burgas Case Study, Bulgaria
Margarita Stancheva, Hristo Stanchev, Atanas Palazov, and Anton Krastev

X2.139 EGU2017-8250
Morpho-sedimentary signals of disequilibrium status in a small natural inlet, northern Adriatic, Italy (withdrawn)
Chiara Popesso, Annelore Bezzi, Simone Pillon, Davide Martinucci, and Giorgio Fontolan

X2.140
EGU2017-8583
Application of topography survey on the green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) conservation
Yuan-Yu Fan, Liu-Chih Lo, and Kuan-Chieh Peng

X2.141
EGU2017-10340
The impact of a port on the surrounding seashores based on the 13-year monitoring results
Hannes Tõnisson, Kaarel Orviku, and Are Kont

X2.142
EGU2017-10509
50 Years of coastal erosion analysis: A new methodological approach.
Antonio Prieto Campos, Pilar Diaz Cuevas, Jose Ojeda zujar, and Emilia Guisado-Pintado

X2.143
EGU2017-13570
Human induced coastal changes and their impact on the coastal urban landscape. The case of Heraklion, Crete
Nikolaos Rempis, George Alexandrakis, and Nikolaos Kampanis

X2.144
EGU2017-13724
Quantifying coastal erosion rates using anatomical change in exposed tree roots at Porquerolles Island (Var, France).
Pauline Morel, Christophe Corona, Jérôme Lopez-Saez, Georges Rovéra, Thomas Dewez, Markus Stoffel, and Frédéric Berger

X2.145
EGU2017-13995
Modelling coastal processes and morphological changes of the UK east coast in support of coastal decision-making
Xiaorong Li, Nicoletta Leonardi, Jennifer Brown, and Andy Plater

X2.146
EGU2017-14160
On the role of impermeable groins on barred beach morphodynamics: Example of Matalascañas beach, Spain
Mouncef Sedrati and Juan Antonio Morales González

X2.147
EGU2017-14265
Effects of a groyne field on inner bar dynamics: Anglet, France
Inaki de Santiago, Denis Morichon, and Philippe Arnould

X2.148
EGU2017-16122
Drawing together approaches and experiences in the Italian coastal research: the new challenges of RITMARE Project
Davide Bonaldo and the C-COVE: Climate Change, COastal Vulnerability and Erosion

X2.149
EGU2017-17205
Erosion risk assessment along coastlines, rivers, and lakes
Unni Eidsvig, Carl B. Harbitz, Dieter Issler, Carl Fredrik Forsberg, Øyvind A. Høydal, Sylfest Glimsdal, and Regula Frauenfelder

X2.150
EGU2017-18138
Establishing physiographic provinces for an integrative approach of the coastal zone management - The case of Rhodes Island, Aegean Sea, Greece
Vasileios Anagnostou, Georgios Angelos Hatiris, and Andreas Sioulas

X2.151
EGU2017-19341
Recent morphodynamics of a chenier beach in the Amazon-influenced mud-bank setting of Suriname, South America.
Edward Anthony, Guillaume Brunier, Micheal Hiwat, and Karin Bilo