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Terrestrial laser scan measurements collected within the scope of SEDEX²

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posted on 04.11.2016 by Anne Verheijen, S. (Sierd) de Vries, P. (Peter) Ruggiero, N. (Nicholas) Cohn
Terrestrial laser scanner measurements, linearly interpolated on grid, at the beach in Oysterville, Washington State, United States. Study is carried out within the scope of Sandbar-aEolian-Dune EXchange Experiment (SEDEX²). SEDEX² is a 6 week field campaign conducted in the summer of 2016 with the aim to improve the understanding of beach-dune dynamics by testing the hypothesis that sediment supply to the backshore beach and dunes is dominated by the welding of intertidal sandbars to the shoreline.

History

Contributors

Hoonhout, B.M. (Bas) [orcid:0000-0002-3456-5638]; TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Coastal Engineering Section; Vos, S. (Sander)

Publisher

TU Delft

Time coverage

2016-08-18T22:47:00Z/2016-08-19T02:47:00Z

Geolocation

Oysterville beach

Geolocation Longitude

-124.061507

Geolocation Latitude

46.548104

Format

media types: application/x-netcdf

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