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28 December 2020 Dynamic Monitoring and Its Influencing Factors Analysis of Coastline in the Laizhou Bay since 1985
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Liu, C.; Chang, J.; Chen, M., and Zhang, T., 2020. Dynamic monitoring and its influencing factors analysis of coastline in the Laizhou Bay since 1985. In: Hu, C. and Cai, M. (eds.), Geo-informatics and Oceanography. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 105, pp. 18–22. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

It is significant to extract coastline quickly and grasp the real-time changes of coastline for coastal management and planning protection. Based on nine temporal remote sensing images since 1985, combined with GIS and remote sensing technology, the dynamic change information of the coastlines in the Laizhou Bay was obtained. The results showed that the total length of the coastline in the Laizhou Bay increased from 460.33 km2 to 686.55 km2, and the coastline has advanced 672.60 km2 towards the Bohai Sea. The coastline was changing to artificial coastline in general, and it was mainly attributed to natural factors and human activities from the perspective of the factors affecting the coastline change. Compared with the influence of human activities, natural factors had less influence on the coastline change of the Laizhou Bay.

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Changlong Liu, Jun Chang, Mujun Chen, and Teng Zhang "Dynamic Monitoring and Its Influencing Factors Analysis of Coastline in the Laizhou Bay since 1985," Journal of Coastal Research 105(sp1), 18-22, (28 December 2020). https://doi.org/10.2112/JCR-SI105-004.1
Received: 22 June 2020; Accepted: 19 July 2020; Published: 28 December 2020
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