Exploring the morphodynamic response of Texas’ coastal barriers to sea-level rise

agu2017For AGU Fall Meeting 2017 in New Orleans, I gave a talk on the application of a simple morphodynamic model to forward model the response of coastal barriers (islands and peninsulas) to spatially variable sea-level rise over centuries. Within the model, coastal barrier geomorphology is simplified to a suite of characteristic scales and surface processes are simplified to parameterized expressions that characterize geomorphic responses to relative sea level rise. The abstract for this presentation is in an earlier post (Getting ready for AGU 2017), and a PDF of the presentation is available here (opens in a new window)!

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