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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.}}
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|definition= [[Dune]] erosion involves that, during a severe [[storm surge]], 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.}}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
* [[Coastal erosion]] (''Jan van de Graaff is also planning to write a separate article on dune erosion'').  
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* [[Coastal erosion]]: article on the background of erosion, dune erosion and [[structural erosion]] (''Jan van de Graaff is also planning to write a separate article on dune erosion'').
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* [[Natural Causes of Coastal Erosion]]: Effects of e.g. transport gradient, loss of sand, protruding areas, marine deposit shorelines, down stream erosion, sea level rise, subsidence and natural variation on coastal erosion.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:03, 17 December 2007

Definition of Dune erosion:
Dune erosion involves that, during a severe storm surge, 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: article on the background of erosion, dune erosion and structural erosion (Jan van de Graaff is also planning to write a separate article on dune erosion).
  • Natural Causes of Coastal Erosion: Effects of e.g. transport gradient, loss of sand, protruding areas, marine deposit shorelines, down stream erosion, sea level rise, subsidence and natural variation on coastal 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 16-07-2020]