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Modelling storm hydrodynamics on gravel beaches with XBeach-G
RT McCall, G Masselink, TG Poate, JA Roelvink, LP Almeida, M Davidson, ...
Coastal Engineering 91, 231-250, 2014
1612014
Coastal vulnerability assessment based on video wave run-up observations at a mesotidal, steep-sloped beach
MI Vousdoukas, D Wziatek, LP Almeida
Ocean Dynamics 62, 123-137, 2012
1372012
Beach erosion and recovery during consecutive storms at a steep‐sloping, meso‐tidal beach
MI Vousdoukas, LPM Almeida, ” Ferreira
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (6), 583-593, 2012
1362012
Toward reliable storm-hazard forecasts: XBeach calibration and its potential application in an operational early-warning system
MI Vousdoukas, ” Ferreira, LP Almeida, A Pacheco
Ocean Dynamics 62, 1001-1015, 2012
1282012
Modelling the morphodynamics of gravel beaches during storms with XBeach-G
RT McCall, G Masselink, TG Poate, JA Roelvink, LP Almeida
Coastal Engineering 103, 52-66, 2015
1152015
Thresholds for storm impacts on an exposed sandy coastal area in southern Portugal
LP Almeida, MV Vousdoukas, ” Ferreira, BA Rodrigues, A Matias
Geomorphology 143, 3-12, 2012
1112012
Monitoring beach topography and nearshore bathymetry using spaceborne remote sensing: A review
E Salameh, F Frappart, R Almar, P Baptista, G Heygster, B Lubac, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (19), 2212, 2019
1062019
Observations of gravel beach dynamics during high energy wave conditions using a laser scanner
LP Almeida, G Masselink, PE Russell, MA Davidson
Geomorphology 228, 15-27, 2015
812015
Historical variation and trends in storminess along the Portuguese South Coast
LP Almeida, ” Ferreira, MI Vousdoukas, G Dodet
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (9), 2407-2417, 2011
812011
A global analysis of extreme coastal water levels with implications for potential coastal overtopping
R Almar, R Ranasinghe, EWJ Bergsma, H Diaz, A Melet, F Papa, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 3775, 2021
782021
Performance of intertidal topography video monitoring of a meso-tidal reflective beach in South Portugal
MI Vousdoukas, PM Ferreira, LP Almeida, G Dodet, F Psaros, U Andriolo, ...
Ocean Dynamics 61, 1521-1540, 2011
722011
Modelling storm-induced beach morphological change in a meso-tidal, reflective beach using XBeach
MI Vousdoukas, LP Almeida, ” Ferreira
Journal of coastal research, 1916-1920, 2011
652011
Deriving high spatial-resolution coastal topography from sub-meter satellite stereo imagery
LP Almeida, R Almar, EWJ Bergsma, E Berthier, P Baptista, E Garel, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (5), 590, 2019
592019
Thresholds for morphological changes on an exposed sandy beach as a function of wave height
LP Almeida, ” Ferreira, A Pacheco
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (4), 523-532, 2011
532011
Observations of the swash zone on a gravel beach during a storm using a laser-scanner (Lidar)
LP Almeida, G Masselink, P Russell, M Davidson, T Poate, R McCall, ...
Journal of Coastal Research, 636-641, 2013
502013
Coastal analyst system from space imagery engine (CASSIE): shoreline management module
LP Almeida, IE de Oliveira, R Lyra, RLS Dazzi, VG Martins, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 140, 105033, 2021
452021
A coastal vulnerability assessment for planning climate resilient infrastructure
JM Brown, K Morrissey, P Knight, TD Prime, LP Almeida, G Masselink, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 163, 101-112, 2018
392018
Storm overwash of a gravel barrier: Field measurements and XBeach-G modelling
PR Luis Pedro Almeida, Gerd Masselink, Robert McCall
Coastal Engineering 120, 22-35, 2017
382017
Coupling terrestrial LiDAR and video imagery to perform 3D intertidal beach topography
U Andriolo, LP Almeida, R Almar
Coastal Engineering 140, 232-239, 2018
372018
Wave runup video motion detection using the Radon Transform
PC Rafael Almar, Chris Blenkinsopp, Luis Pedro Almeida, Rodrigo Cienfuegos
Coastal Engineering 130, 46-51, 2017
302017
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