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Soft copy photogrammetry to measure shore platform erosion by decadal time scales.

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posted on 2023-06-07, 16:57 authored by Uwe Dornbusch, Cherith Moses, David Robinson, Rendel Williams
Shore platform erosion is considered a driving mechanism for cliff recession on many rocky coasts and, in the vicinity of sea defence structures, a threat to their stability, yet the spatial pattern of platform erosion, as well as the rate of lowering, is poorly documented. Measurements based on techniques such as the micro-erosion metre or laser scanner, though highly accurate for short time scales and specific locations, are difficult to extrapolate in space and time. They also fail to record meso-scale changes such as block removal. This paper describes a technique to quantify spatial and temporal changes and presents first results.

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Publication status

  • Published

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13.0

Presentation Type

  • paper

Event name

Proceedings of CoastGIS 2005, Aberdeen

Event type

conference

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  • Geography Publications

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  • Yes

Legacy Posted Date

2012-02-06

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