CMAR â€“ Coastal Marine Applied ResearchÌý
Centre for Coastal and Ocean Science and Engineering (CCOSE)Ìý
Marine Physics Research GroupÌý
COAST Engineering Research GroupÌý
- Beach morphodynamics and nearshore sediment transport
- Coastal erosion and storm impacts
- Video monitoring of coastal systems
- Coastal process modelling
- Estuarine processes and evolution
United Kingdom Coastal Research Conference | 4â€“6 July 2023
New research builds on studies suggesting the islands â€“ found mostly in the Pacific and Indian Oceans â€“ could survive predicted rises in sea levels
Scientists combine AI and climate data to create a warning tool for coastal flooding
A new project, funded by UK Research and Innovation, will lead to the creation of a digital twin of wave overtopping
Research explores whether coral islands could survive the impact of rising sea levels
The Â£2.8million ARISE project will enable scientists to better understand the processes impacting communities in the Indian and Pacific Oceans
Conference highlights climate challenges facing coastal communities
The first UK Coastal Research Conference was attended by more than 130 researchers, practitioners and representatives
Sand dunes experience significant erosion due to sea-level rise and extreme storms
Researchers believe the dunes covered in a new study could retreat anywhere between 20 and 75 metres between now and 2100
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In 2013â€“14 some of the most energetic series of storms ever hit our coastline.
Many beaches across the South West of England have still not fully recovered from the erosion. But where did the sand go?
Watch our animation to find out.