|Type of Entry:||Case Study|
Coastal managers and engineers presently demand high-resolution monitoring information, which is not easily obtained from traditional survey techniques. With the advent of digital imaging technology, automated shore-based video stations provide enhanced opportunities to support cost-efficient coastal resource planning and impact assessment studies. Video monitoring was used to assess the intertidal morphological changes as well as the evolution of surf zone bathymetry after implementation of a shoreface nourishment at Egmond, the Netherlands, in July 1999.
|Keywords:||Tools and techniques for beach management|
WL Delft Hydraulics
|Coastal databases provided and maintained|
by EUCC - The Coastal Union Germany