2 edition of Littoral drift studies at Scarborough, Ontario. found in the catalog.
Littoral drift studies at Scarborough, Ontario.
D. K. Murphy
Written in English
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J. Great Lakes Res., March Internat. Assoc. Great Lakes Res. 4(1) THEORETICAL MODEL OF THE LITTORAL DRIFT SYSTEM IN THE TORONTO WATERFRONT AREA, LAKE ONTARIO Brian Greenwood l and Daniel G. McGillivray Scarborough College University ofToronto Toronto, Ontario MiC iA4 by: Abstract (summary): A computer model is described Littoral drift studies at Scarborough simulates the interaction between shoreline geometry and shoaling waves in the Toronto waterfront area on the north shore of Lake Ontario, between Highland Creek in the east and the Credit River in the west, and establishes potential littoral drift patterns.
Thirteen wave conditions, defined by height, period and direction of approach Cited by: Littoral drift refers to the movement of entrained sand grains in the direction of the longshore current.
Littoral drift can be thought of as a river of sand moving parallel to the shore, moving sand from one coastal location to the next and so on until the sand is eventually lost to the littoral system.
Littoral Littoral drift studies at Scarborough or transport in. (5) Typically, stonn waves affecting Nottawasaga Bay are m in height with a period of seconds. LITTORAL DRIFT MODEL For most coastal studies, particularly those dealing with coastal erosion and sediment transport, pre diction of the wave conditions actually reaching the shoreline is more useful than the deepwater wave climate by by: Brian Greenwood, Daniel G.
McGillivray, Theoretical Model of the Littoral Drift System in the Toronto Waterfront Area, Lake Ontario, Journal of Great Lakes Research, /S(78), 4, Cited by: Environmental magnetic methods have also been utilized to identify magnetite enrichments and their formative mechanisms in the Bay of Plenty nearshore littoral drift systems (Badesab et al., The rate of northerly littoral drift in southwestern Australia due to the longshore energy flux driven by wind waves was estimated asm 3 yr − 1 by Pattiaratchi et al.
(), and betweenandm 3 yr − 1 by Tonk (). You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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Journal of great Lakes Research 4, Hale, P.B. and Greenwood, B. () Storm wave climatology: a study of the magnitude and frequency of geomorphic processes. Present-day sedimentation rates of fine-grained sediment were determined at 39 offshore locations in Lake Ontario. The sedimentation rates were calculated by averaging the weight of sediment deposited above the Ambrosia (ragweed) pollen horizon, dated at The rates are variable, ranging from a low of 85g m −2 yr −l ( mm yr −l) to a maximum of m −2 yr −1 ( mm yr −1).
Littoral drift. From Coastal Wiki. Jump to: navigation, search. Definition of Littoral drift: Littoral transport is the term used for the transport of non-cohesive sediments, i.e.
mainly sand, along the foreshore and the shoreface due to the action of the breaking waves and the longshore current.
The littoral drift helps to maintain beaches in a dynamic equilibrium and thus contributes to shore protection. Blocking the littoral drift will result in accumulatuns of sand updrift and beach starvation (even disappearance) downdrift.
These dynamic characteristics of shorelines work against the application of fixed structural modifications. Magnetic and pebble fabrics and origin of the Sunnybrook Till, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Littoral drift is the name given to the longshore transport of material, under the action of waves and currents: the movement occurring along or near the foreshore.
It is deliberately treated separately from marine sediment transport. Theoretical model of the littoral drift system in the Toronto waterfront area, Lake Ontario.
International Association for Great Lakes Research, Journal of Great Lakes Research, 4: 84 littoral drift: in its relation to the outfalls of rivers, and to the construction and maintenance of harbours on sandy coasts. Open PDF Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
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