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Extreme Wave Events on Barrier Reefs: A Driver for Critical Regime?

Abstract : This paper describes the hydrodynamic regimes reached over barrier reefs during extreme wave events. The study is based on a combined approach relying, on one hand, on an extensive in-situ experiment over the Ouano reef-lagoon system, New Caledonia and, on the other hand, on wave-resolving numerical modeling.
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Damien Sous, Marion Tissier, Frédéric Bouchette, Guillaume Dodet, Vincent Rey. Extreme Wave Events on Barrier Reefs: A Driver for Critical Regime?. Journal of Coastal Research, Coastal Education and Research Foundation, 2020, 95 (sp1), pp.654-658. ⟨10.2112/SI95-127.1⟩. ⟨hal-02899297⟩

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