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Coastal Hazard Assessment for Management and Planning (CHAMP); storm surge and coastal erosion analysis methodology

Coastal Hazard Assessment for Management and Planning (CHAMP); storm surge and coastal erosion analysis methodology

Pages 495-499 1997

Coastal Hazard Assessment for Management and Planning (CHAMP) is a series of software modules that examine the sensitivity of parameters and models used to predict the response of coastal systems to future climatic change. This paper explains the background and development of storm surge and coastal erosion modules for CHAMP.

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