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Coastal Geology

By: Juan A Morales(Author)
455 pages, 383 colour & 6 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Coastal Geology
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  • Coastal Geology ISBN: 9783030961206 Hardback Mar 2022 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This textbook shows all the existing knowledge about coastal geology and its implications for coastal management. In the last decades, the geological sciences have been supplying exciting information about the coastal systems, not only from its dynamics but also providing a sedimentary concept to understand and interpret the preserved coastal stratigraphical record. Furthermore, recent investigations have been focused on the prevention of coastal hazards like storms, tsunamis, or sea-level fluctuation. This discipline has an increasing interest after the expanding human activities around the coasts worldwide. The present trend is that many of the problems raised by the coast–human interaction must be resolved by using the Integrated Coastal Zone Management.

The chapters of Coastal Geology have a double-level structure. The first part of each chapter contains the necessary information for undergraduate courses studying coastal geology. The second part includes advanced information and examples to be used by graduate students and novel professionals.

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Juan A. Morales obtained his PhD in Geology in 1993 at the University of Seville. Since 2000, he works as a Professor of Stratigraphy and Sedimentology at the University of Huelva. He was Head of the Research Group of Coastal Geology from 1998 to 2016. He directed more than 20 projects for different companies, organizations, and administrations, which include the ports of Seville and Huelva, and the public enterprise for the ports of Andalucía, always in relation to coastal dynamics. He has made numerous contributions to the coastal dynamics of estuarine systems of the coast of Huelva (Guadiana, Piedras, Odiel, and Tinto) and the Bay of Cádiz, which are published in 4 books (author), 4 books (editor), 33 chapters, 40 articles in scientific journals of SCI, 53 in journals of national media and numerous national and international conferences. In 2019, he published his book The Spanish Coastal Systems.

By: Juan A Morales(Author)
455 pages, 383 colour & 6 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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