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|definition= Dune erosion involves that, during a severe storm, sediments from the mainland and upper parts of the beach are eroded and settled at deeper water within a short time period; this is a typical cross-shore sediment transport process.}}
  
''Jan van de Graaff is planning to write this article on dune erosion''. The article [[coastal erosion]] already gives an introduction of dune erosion. 
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* [[Coastal erosion]] (''Jan van de Graaff is also planning to write a separate article on dune erosion'').  
  
 
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Revision as of 12:38, 11 December 2007

Definition of Dune erosion:
Dune erosion involves that, during a severe storm, sediments from the mainland and upper parts of the beach are eroded and settled at deeper water within a short time period; this is a typical cross-shore sediment transport process.
This is the common definition for Dune erosion, other definitions can be discussed in the article

See also

  • Coastal erosion (Jan van de Graaff is also planning to write a separate article on dune erosion).
The main author of this article is Jan van de Graaff
Please note that others may also have edited the contents of this article.

Citation: Jan van de Graaff (2007): Dune erosion. Available from http://www.coastalwiki.org/wiki/Dune_erosion [accessed on 5-07-2020]