Volume 33, Issue 5
Coastal Eolian Sand-Ramp Development Related to Paleo-Sea-Level Changes during the Latest Pleistocene and Holocene (21–0 ka) in San Miguel Island, California, U.S.A.
Mesozooplankton Dynamics in Relation to Environmental Factors and Juvenile Fish in a Subtropical Estuary of the Gulf of Mexico
Natural Coastal Dune-Field Landforms, Plant Communities, and Human Intervention along Buenos Aires Northern Aeolian Barrier
Progradation of a Beach Ridge Plain between 5000 and 4000 Years BP Inferred from Luminescence Dating, Coquimbo Bay, Chile
Using the Presence of Seagrass Posidonia oceanica to Model the Equilibrium Profile Parameter A of Sandy Beaches in Spain
Determining the Effects of Major Cations (K , Na , Ca2 , Mg2 ) and pH on Scirpus mariqueter to Assess the Heavy Metal Biotoxicity of a Tidal Flat Ecosystem
First Account of Parmales (Chrysophyceae) in Sediment Trap Samples from the Alfonso Basin, Gulf of California, Mexico
Establishment and Biomass Allocation of Black and Red Mangroves: Response to Propagule Flotation Duration and Seedling Light Availability
Longshore and Cross-Shore Morphological Variability of a Berm–Bar System under Low to Moderate Wave Energy
Measuring Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes in Mytilus galloprovincialis to Elucidate the Sources of Organic Matter in Three Different Nearshore Marine Environments
Distribution of Dissolved, Suspended, and Sedimentary Heavy Metals along a Salinized River Continuum
Heavy Metal Concentrations Found in Seston and Microplankton from an Impacted Temperate Shallow Estuary along the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
ULISES: An Open Source Code for Extrinsic Calibrations and Planview Generations in Coastal Video Monitoring Systems
Discussion of: van Gaalen, J.F.; Tebbens, S.F., and Barton, C.C., 2016. Longshore Sediment Transport Directions and Rates from Northern Maine to Tampa Bay, Florida: Literature Compilation and Interpretation. Journal of Coastal Research, 32(6), 1277–1301.
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Reply to: Kelly, J.T. and FitzGerald, D.M., 2017. Discussion of: van Gaalen, J.F.; Tebbens, S.F., and Barton, C.C., 2016. Longshore Sediment Transport Directions and Rates from Northern Maine to Tampa Bay, Florida: Literature Compilation and Interpretation. Journal of Coastal Research, 32(6), 1277–1301.
No abstract available