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Title: Reef-an ecofriendly and cost effective hard option for coastal conservation
Authors: Shirlal K.G.
Rao S.
Radheshyam B.
Ganesh V.
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Monitoring and Modelling Lakes and Coastal Environments, 2008, Vol., pp.173-180
Abstract: Rubble mound breakwaters are the structures which are meant to reflect and dissipate energy of the wind generated waves and thereby to prevent their incidence on water area intended to protect. Submerged breakwater with its crest at or below still water level (SWL) can cause substantial wave attenuation and can be effectively used in places where tidal variations are small and only partial protection from waves is required, like harbour entrance, beach protection, small craft harbours etc. © 2008 Springer Netherlands.
URI: 10.1007/978-1-4020-6646-7_14
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