alexa Geomorphological Coastal Classifications after Natural Processes and Human Disturbance

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Geomorphological Coastal Classifications after Natural Processes and Human Disturbance

In geomorphological studies, a wide range of coastal classifications based on natural processes are available. These classifications results from very different approaches but are not necessarily incompatible. Used criteria basically include the tectonic [1] and hydrodynamic controls, as well as the sedimentological response.

Citation: Alcantara-Carrio J, Fontán Bouzas A, Albarracin S, Correa ID, Montoya Montes I, et al. (2014) Geomorphological Coastal Classifications after Natural Processes and Human Disturbance. Oceanography 2:e108. doi: 10.4172/2332-2632.1000e108

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