Soutenance de thèse de Megan Cook
Les doctorants GLADYS au salon international du littoral 2022 à la Grande-Motte
Multi-scale morphodynamics of sand barrier driven by monsoon/typhoon conditions
This work focuses on a multiscale analysis (event to decade) of the morphodynamics of Wan-Tzu-Liao sand barrier, along the West coast of Taïwan, subjected to extreme waves and sea surges.
Swash-groundwater dynamics in a sandy beach laboratory experiment
The swash zone is the ultimate part of the beach exposed to ocean forcing, alternatively covered and uncovered by wave run-up and run-down. It moves across the beachface following the fluctuations of the mean water level at the shoreline due to tides, atmospheric pressure variations, wind or wave setup.