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Mapping the connectivity of large-scale coastal geomorphological systems - coastal system mapping with CmapTools tutorial

This document provides a tutorial for a new methodology for mapping the structure and connectivity of large-scale coastal geomorphological systems.

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Mapping the connectivity of large-scale coastal geomorphological systems - Coastal system mapping with CmapTools tutorial

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This document provides a tutorial for a new methodology for mapping the structure and connectivity of large-scale coastal geomorphological systems that has been developed as part of an Environment Agency funded project: Characterisation and prediction of large scale, long-term change of coastal geomorphological behaviours. The project ran from 2007 to 2009 and was undertaken by a consortium comprising: HR Wallingford, Royal Haskoning, University College London, University of Southampton, Kenneth Pye Associates, University of Newcastle and British Geological Survey.

Published 1 August 2009