Ocean Waves Sinusoidal Regression By Pratik Shukla Nightingale

Breaking waves drive nearshore circulation and transport sediment, leading to the morphological evolution of a coast. This effectively flattens the coastal topographic profile, making it shallower offshore, and thus shifting the wave breaking point offshore. The surf-zone then turns into wider and extra power is dissipated away from the beachface, which finally leads to smaller…

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