Rob Brander
Rob Brander
Professor in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, UNSW Sydney, Australia
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Rip current types, circulation and hazard
B Castelle, T Scott, RW Brander, RJ McCarroll
Earth-Science Reviews 163, 1-21, 2016
Wave processes on coral reef flats: implications for reef geomorphology using Australian case studies
PS Kench, RW Brander
Journal of Coastal Research 22 (1), 209-223, 2006
Field observations on the morphodynamic evolution of a low-energy rip current system
RW Brander
Marine geology 157 (3-4), 199-217, 1999
Flow velocity and sediment transport in the swash zone of a steep beach
MG Hughes, G Masselink, RW Brander
Marine Geology 138 (1-2), 91-103, 1997
Spatial and temporal variations in wave characteristics across a reef platform, Warraber Island, Torres Strait, Australia
RW Brander, PS Kench, D Hart
Marine Geology 207 (1-4), 169-184, 2004
Response of reef island shorelines to seasonal climate oscillations: South Maalhosmadulu atoll, Maldives
PS Kench, RW Brander
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 111 (F1), 2006
Morphodynamics of a large-scale rip current system at Muriwai Beach, New Zealand
RW Brander, AD Short
Marine Geology 165 (1-4), 27-39, 2000
Rip current related drowning deaths and rescues in Australia 2004–2011
B Brighton, S Sherker, R Brander, M Thompson, A Bradstreet
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 13 (4), 1069-1075, 2013
Geological effects of tsunami on mid-ocean atoll islands: The Maldives before and after the Sumatran tsunami
PS Kench, RF McLean, RW Brander, SL Nichol, SG Smithers, MR Ford, ...
Geology 34 (3), 177-180, 2006
Beachgoers’ beliefs and behaviours in relation to beach flags and rip currents
S Sherker, A Williamson, J Hatfield, R Brander, A Hayen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 1785-1804, 2010
Wave energy gradients across a Maldivian atoll: Implications for island geomorphology
PS Kench, RW Brander, KE Parnell, RF McLean
Geomorphology 81 (1-2), 1-17, 2006
Flow kinematics of low-energy rip current systems
RW Brander, AD Short
Journal of Coastal Research, 468-481, 2001
A comparison of attitudes and knowledge of beach safety in Australia for beachgoers, rural residents and international tourists
A Williamson, J Hatfield, S Sherker, R Brander, A Hayen
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36 (4), 385-391, 2012
Tsunami as agents of geomorphic change in mid-ocean reef islands
PS Kench, SL Nichol, SG Smithers, RF McLean, RW Brander
Geomorphology 95 (3-4), 361-383, 2008
Development and evaluation of an intervention to reduce rip current related beach drowning
J Hatfield, A Williamson, S Sherker, R Brander, A Hayen
Accident analysis & prevention 46, 45-51, 2012
Surveying rip current survivors: preliminary insights into the experiences of being caught in rip currents
D Drozdzewski, W Shaw, D Dominey-Howes, R Brander, T Walton, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 12 (4), 1201-1211, 2012
Responses of swimmers caught in rip currents: Perspectives on mitigating the global rip current hazard
RW Brander, A Bradstreet, S Sherker, J MacMahan
International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education 5 (4), 11, 2011
Field observations of wave‐driven water‐level gradients across a coral reef flat
OK Jago, PS Kench, RW Brander
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112 (C6), 2007
Evaluation of swimmer-based rip current escape strategies
RJ McCarroll, RW Brander, JH MacMahan, IL Turner, AJHM Reniers, ...
Natural Hazards 71, 1821-1846, 2014
Future challenges for rip current research and outreach
RW Brander, JH MacMahan
Rip Currents, Beach Safety, Physical Oceanography and Wave Modeling, edited …, 2011
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