Kristen D Splinter
Kristen D Splinter
Senior Lecturer, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South
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Coastal vulnerability across the Pacific dominated by El Nino/Southern oscillation
PL Barnard, AD Short, MD Harley, KD Splinter, S Vitousek, IL Turner, ...
Nature Geoscience 8 (10), 801-807, 2015
2072015
Impact of the winter 2013–2014 series of severe Western Europe storms on a double-barred sandy coast: Beach and dune erosion and megacusp embayments
B Castelle, V Marieu, S Bujan, KD Splinter, A Robinet, N SÚnÚchal, ...
Geomorphology 238, 135-148, 2015
2062015
A simple equilibrium model for predicting shoreline change
MA Davidson, KD Splinter, IL Turner
Coastal Engineering 73, 191-202, 2013
1672013
A generalized equilibrium model for predicting daily to interannual shoreline response
KD Splinter, IL Turner, MA Davidson, P Barnard, B Castelle, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (9), 1936-1958, 2014
1172014
A relationship to describe the cumulative impact of storm clusters on beach erosion
KD Splinter, JT Carley, A Golshani, R Tomlinson
Coastal engineering 83, 49-55, 2014
1022014
Extreme coastal erosion enhanced by anomalous extratropical storm wave direction
MD Harley, IL Turner, MA Kinsela, JH Middleton, PJ Mumford, KD Splinter, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
1012017
A multi-decade dataset of monthly beach profile surveys and inshore wave forcing at Narrabeen, Australia
IL Turner, MD Harley, AD Short, JA Simmons, MA Bracs, MS Phillips, ...
Scientific data 3 (1), 1-13, 2016
892016
Modeling dune response to an East Coast Low
KD Splinter, ML Palmsten
Marine Geology 329, 46-57, 2012
772012
A behavior‐oriented dynamic model for sandbar migration and 2DH evolution
KD Splinter, RA Holman, NG Plant
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C1), 2011
662011
Sub-annual to multi-decadal shoreline variability from publicly available satellite imagery
K Vos, MD Harley, KD Splinter, JA Simmons, IL Turner
Coastal Engineering 150, 160-174, 2019
602019
How much data is enough? The importance of morphological sampling interval and duration for calibration of empirical shoreline models
KD Splinter, IL Turner, MA Davidson
Coastal Engineering 77, 14-27, 2013
602013
Shoreline recovery on wave-dominated sandy coastlines: the role of sandbar morphodynamics and nearshore wave parameters
MS Phillips, MD Harley, IL Turner, KD Splinter, RJ Cox
Marine Geology 385, 146-159, 2017
532017
Climate controls on longshore sediment transport
KD Splinter, MA Davidson, A Golshani, R Tomlinson
Continental Shelf Research 48, 146-156, 2012
522012
Drivers of alongshore variable dune erosion during a storm event: Observations and modelling
KD Splinter, ET Kearney, IL Turner
Coastal Engineering 131, 31-41, 2018
482018
Annual prediction of shoreline erosion and subsequent recovery
MA Davidson, IL Turner, KD Splinter, MD Harley
Coastal Engineering 130, 14-25, 2017
412017
CoastSat: A Google Earth Engine-enabled Python toolkit to extract shorelines from publicly available satellite imagery
K Vos, KD Splinter, MD Harley, JA Simmons, IL Turner
Environmental Modelling & Software 122, 104528, 2019
362019
Remote sensing is changing our view of the coast: Insights from 40 years of monitoring at Narrabeen-Collaroy, Australia
KD Splinter, MD Harley, IL Turner
Remote Sensing 10 (11), 1744, 2018
342018
Assessment of post-storm recovery of beaches using video imaging techniques: A case study at Gold Coast, Australia
KD Splinter, DR Strauss, RB Tomlinson
IEEE Transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 49 (12), 4704-4716, 2011
292011
Calibrating and assessing uncertainty in coastal numerical models
JA Simmons, MD Harley, LA Marshall, IL Turner, KD Splinter, RJ Cox
Coastal Engineering 125, 28-41, 2017
252017
A detailed assessment of vulnerability to climate change in the Gold Coast, Australia
M Sano, A Golshani, KD Splinter, D Strauss, W Thurston, R Tomlinson
Journal of Coastal Research, 245-249, 2011
252011
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