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Below are links to some of the research and education products from the Center.
Wave-Induced Damage to Highway Bridges. Douglass, S.L. (2008)
Engineering Priciples for Designing Living Shorelines. Douglass, S.L. (2008)
Discussion of Newly Developed FHWA Guidance and Training on HIghways in Coastal Areas. Douglass, S.L. (2008)
A Portable Wave Flume, ASBPA S.L. Douglass 2008
An Estimate of the Extent of U.S. Coastal Highways. Douglass, S. L. (2005). (7.55 MB pdf)
Impact of Hurricane Ivan on Coastal Roads in Florida and Alabama. Douglass, S. L. (2004). (3.53 MB pdf)
Engineering America's Beach Highways. ASBPA Conference - America's Shoreline: Beach and Ecosystem Restoration in the 21st Century. Douglass, S. L. (2004). (10.1 MB pdf)
Coastal Engineering Overview I: Design Aspects II: Coastal Engineering Solutions. Douglass, S. L. and Chen, Q. (2004).
Design of Stormwater Treatment Wetlands: Treatment Volume, Allocation of Treatment Volume, and Other Key Design Criteria. White, K. (2004)..
"Design of Wavemaker" Richards J., Lindstrom J., and Price, J. (2004). (60.9 KB)
- "Applications for Coastal Storm Water Treatment in Urban Areas." Richardson, K., and Sawyer, A. (2004).
- "Radiation Stresses Predicted by a Boussinesq Wave Model" Chen, Q. (2004).
- "An Estimate of Roadways Subjected to Coastal Flooding."Lindstrom, J., Richards, J. M., and Shaw J. (2003).
“About the CTEREC” (2005). (328 KB)
“Construction of the custom-built Wave Generator” (2005) (216 KB)
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