Special Issue "Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Areas"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2019) | Viewed by 5874
Interests: coastal hazards; typhoons; climate change impacts on typhoons, storm surge, tsunami, and coastal flood
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Special Issue in Journal of Marine Science and Engineering: Coastal Risk Assessment and Management
Special Issue in Journal of Marine Science and Engineering: “Coastal Dynamics, Hazards, and Numerical Modelling” in Memory of Prof. Byung Ho Choi
According to the UN Atlas of the Oceans, about 44% of the world’s population lives in coastal areas within
150 km of the sea. On the other hand, coastal regions are constantly exposed to natural hazards and disasters such as storm waves, storm surges, floods and inundations due to tropical cyclones and storms, and tsunamis due to underwater earthquake, volcanic eruption, and landslides. For each disaster, it is not possible to reproduce, evaluate and even predict it without understanding the physical processes of each element of the Earth system (atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere) as a cause and the interaction among the elements.
This Special Issue seeks to compile the current state of the art related to climate impacts on coastal areas through coastal hazards due to changed frequency and intensity of tropical cyclones and extra-tropical cyclones, tropical cyclone induced storm surge, surface waves, and coastal flooding. Contributions are encouraged in topics including, but not limited
- Climate change impacts on tropical cyclone occurrence frequency
- Climate change impacts on tropical cyclone intensity
- Tropical and extra-tropical cyclone induced storm surge
- Tropical and extra-tropical cyclone induced surface waves
- Climate change impacts on coastal flooding
- Climate change impacts on coastal flood risk, and its assessment and management
Dr. Han Soo Lee
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- climate change
- coastal hazards
- tropical cyclones
- storm surge
- wave climate
- coastal floods
- typhoon–sea interaction
- coastal risk assessment and management