Publications by title

1.         An analytic model for the prediction of wave setup, longshore currents and sediment transport on beaches with seawalls.  Ruggiero, P. and McDougal, W.G. 2001.  Coastal Engineering, Vol. 43, pp. 161-182. (SWCES Publication No. 83)

2.         An error assessment of vector data derived from scanned National Ocean Service Topographic Sheets.  Daniels, R.C. and Huxford, R.H. 2001.  Journal of Coastal Research, Vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 611-619. (SWCES Publication No. 82)

3.         Analysis of the historical sediment budget of the Columbia River mouth, USA.  Buijsman, M.C., Sherwood, C.R., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2000.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 81, No. 48, Supplement, p. F681. (SWCES Publication No. 62)

4.         Archive of boomer seismic reflection data collected aboard RV Corliss cruise CRLS97007 off northern Oregon and southern Washington inner continental shelf.  Cross, V.A., Twichell, D.C., Parolski, K.F., and Harrison, S.E. 1998.  U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-351, 2 CD-ROMs. (SWCES Publication No. 22)

5.         Bathymetric change and coastal erosion: the Oregon-Washington coast.  Gibbs, A.E. and Gelfenbaum, G. 1998.  Poster, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 79, No. 45, Supplement, p. F451. (SWCES Publication No. 20)

6.         Bathymetric change off the Washington - Oregon coast.  Gibbs, A.E. and Gelfenbaum, G.R. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1627-1642. (SWCES Publication No. 34)

7.         Beach erosion and accretion: comparison of the seasonal influence of suspended-and bedload-sediment transport at Grays Harbor, Washington, U.S.A.  Sherwood, C.R., Lacy, J.R., Ruggiero, P., Kerr, L.A., Gelfenbaum, G., and Wilson, D.J. 2001.  Abstract  OS12A-0405, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 82, No. 47, Supplement, pp. F601. (SWCES Publication No. 93)

8.         Beach monitoring for enhanced decision making.  Ruggiero, P., Voigt, B., and Kaminsky, G. 2000.  Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of The Coastal Society, Portland, OR, pp. 516-524. (SWCES Publication No. 55)

9.         Beach monitoring in the Columbia River littoral cell, 1997–2000.  Ruggiero, P. and Voigt, B. 2000.  Washington State Department of Ecology, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program, Publication No. 00-06-26, 112 p. (SWCES Publication No. 59)

10.     Calculating coastal change rates for northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.  Daniels, R.C. 2001.  Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial GeoTools Conference, Charleston, SC, Paper on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 73)

11.     Coastal evolution and sediment budget at the mouth of the Columbia River, USA.  Gelfenbaum, G., Buijsman, M.C., Sherwood, C.R., Moritz, H.R., and Gibbs, A.E. 2001.  Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Coastal Dynamics, ASCE, Lund, Sweden, pp. 818-827. (SWCES Publication No. 78)

12.     Coastal evolution in the Columbia River littoral cell.  Gelfenbaum, G., Kaminsky, G.M., Peterson, C., Ruggiero, P., Sherwood, C., and Twichell, D. 2001.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Boston, MA, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp. A-339. (SWCES Publication No. 85)

13.     Coastal ground penetrating radar profiles: are we seeing evidence of El Niño and other short duration events?.  Jol, H.M., Thayer, B., Kaminsky, G., Ruggiero, P, Peterson, C., Vanderburgh, S., and Phipps, J. 1999.  Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphology Research Group Joint Conference, Calgary, AB, Program and Abstracts, p. 31. (SWCES Publication No. 50)

14.     Coastal morphologic variability of high energy dissipative beaches.  Ruggiero, P., Kaminsky, G.M., Komar, P.D., and Plant, N. 1998.  Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, ASCE, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 3258-3251. (SWCES Publication No. 12)

15.     Coastline mapping and identification of erosion hazard areas in Pacific County, Washington.  Daniels, R.C., Huxford, R.H., and McCandless, D. 1998.  ESRI 1998 User Conference, San Diego, CA. (SWCES Publication No. 14)

16.     Correlating oceanographic processes with seabed change, mouth of the Columbia River, USA.  Moritz, H.R., Kraus, N.C., Hands, E.B., and Slocum, D.B. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1643-1659. (SWCES Publication No. 35)

17.     Coseismic subsidence preserved in linear dune ridge as reactivated dune surface and buried placer deposits in Ocean Shores, Washington, USA.  Zerr, N., Jol, H., Peterson, C., Woxell, L., Phipps, J., and Vanderburgh, S. 1998.  Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Science, Salem, OR, 34, pp. 35-36. (SWCES Publication No. 29)

18.     Datum conversion issues with LIDAR spot elevation data.  Daniels, R.D. 2001.  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, Vol. 67, No. 6, pp. 735-740. (SWCES Publication No. 76)

19.     Detailed ground penetrating radar profiles showing coastline depositional rates, Washington.  Thayer, B., Jol, H.M., Kaminsky, G.M., and Ruggiero, P. 1999.  Association of American Geographers, 95th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 33)

20.     Dunes and earthquakes in coastal SW Washington state.  Phipps, J.B., Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., and Peterson, C.D. 2001.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Boston, MA, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp. A-339. (SWCES Publication No. 89)

21.     El Niño and La Niña: Erosion processes and impacts.  Komar, P.D., Allan, J., Dias-Mendez, G.M., Marra, J.J., and Ruggiero, P. 2000.  Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, ASCE, Sydney, Australia, pp. 2414-2427. (SWCES Publication No. 70)

22.     El Niño versus La Niña along the Oregon coast.  Marra, J.J., Komar, P.D., Diaz-Mendez, G., Allan, J.C., and Ruggiero, P. 2000.  Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of The Coastal Society, Portland, OR, pp. 776-787. (SWCES Publication No. 57)

23.     Estimates of bottom shear stress on a high-energy, wave-dominated ebb-tidal delta using three methods.  Lacy, J.R. and Sherwood, C.R. 2001.  Abstract OS22B-10, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 82, No. 47, Supplement, pp. F623. (SWCES Publication No. 90)

24.     Estimates of sediment transport from a tripod array on the Grays Harbor, Washington ebb-tidal delta.  Sherwood, C.R., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2000.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 81, No. 48, Supplement, p. F672. (SWCES Publication No. 66)

25.     Exploring correlations between shoreline progradation and climate indices, Southwest Washington.  Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., and Kaminsky, G.M. 2000.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 81, No. 48, Supplement, p. F667. (SWCES Publication No. 64)

26.     Exploring linkages between coastal processes and climate variability using ground penetrating radar, southwest Washington, USA.  Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., and Kaminsky, G. 2001.  Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) in Sediments: Applications and Interpretation Conference, Abstract, London, UK. (SWCES Publication No. 96)

27.     Exploring the relationship between nearshore morphology and shoreline change.  Ruggiero, P., Gelfenbaum, G., Thompson, D., and Kaminsky, G.M. 2001.  Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Coastal Dynamics, ASCE, Lund, Sweden, pp. 627-636. (SWCES Publication No. 79)

28.     Extreme waves and coastal erosion in the Pacific Northwest.  Ruggiero, P., Kaminsky, G.M., Komar, P.D., and McDougal, W.G. 1997.  Proceedings of Waves’97, ASCE, Virginia Beach, VA, pp. 947-961. (SWCES Publication No. 4)

29.     Geologic hazards of development on sand dunes along the Oregon coast.  Reckendorf, F. 1998.  In Burns, S. (editor), Environmental, groundwater, and engineering geology: Applications from Oregon, pp. 429-438. (SWCES Publication No. 24)

30.     Glossary of Coastal Terminology.  Voigt, B. 1998.  Washington State Department of Ecology, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program, Publication No. 98-105, 87 p. (SWCES Publication No. 9)

31.     GPR as a regional geomorphic mapping tool: shoreline accretion/erosion along the Columbia River littoral cell.  Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., Vanderburgh, S., and Phipps, J. 1998.  GPR’98 International Meeting, Lawrence, KS, pp. 257-262. (SWCES Publication No. 10)

32.     GPR studies of coastal aeolian environments: examples from foreshore, crescentic, and parabolic dunes, Oregon and North Carolina, U.S.A.  Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., and Havholm, K.G. 1998.  GPR’98 International Meeting, Lawrence, KS, pp. 681-686. (SWCES Publication No. 11)

33.     Grays Harbor wave refraction experiment 1999 data report.  Gelfenbaum, G., Sherwood, C.R., and Kerr, L.A. 2000.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 00-404, 132 p. and 3 CD-ROMs. (SWCES Publication No. 61)

34.     Great earthquake records in Holocene tidal-flat and accretionary-bank deposits from Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor tidal-basins of the central Cascadia Subduction Zone, USA.  Peterson, C.D., Morton, R.A., Phipps, J.B., Qualman, D.R., Sorensen, O., and Vanderburgh, S. 1999.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 80, No. 46, Supplement, p. F733. (SWCES Publication No. 48)

35.     Great earthquakes, abundant sand, and high wave energy in the Columbia Cell, USA.  Peterson, C.D., Gelfenbaum, G.R., Jol, H.M., Phipps, J.B., Reckendorf, F., Twichell, D.C., Vanderburg, S., and Woxell, L.K. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1676-1691. (SWCES Publication No. 37)

36.     Ground penetrating radar as a regional coastal mapping tool.  Jol, H.M., Peterson, C., Vanderburgh, S., and Phipps, J. 1999.  Association of American Geographers, 95th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 32)

37.     Ground penetrating radar as a regional geomorphic mapping tool: shoreline accretion/erosion along the Columbia River littoral cell.  Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., Vanderburgh, S., and Phipps, J. 2001.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Boston, MA, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp. A-339. (SWCES Publication No. 87)

38.     Ground penetrating radar studies of coastal aeolian environments.  Jol, H.M., Vanderburgh, S., and Havholm, K. 1998.  Joint Meeting of the West Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers (49th Annual Meeting) and Wisconsin Geographical Society (52nd Annual Meeting), Programs and Abstracts, Madison, WI, p. 18. (SWCES Publication No. 23)

39.     Ground-Truthing Airborne Topographic Mapper (ATM) LIDAR Data for Measuring Coastal Morphology.  Daniels, R.C. 2000.  Association of American Geographers, 96th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 53)

40.     High resolution ground penetrating radar imaging (225 - 900 MHz) of geomorphic and geologic settings: examples from Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.  Jol, H.M., Junck, M.B. and Kaminsky, G. 2000.  Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR 2000), Edited by D.A. Noon, G.F. Stickley and D. Longstaff, Gold Coast, Australia, SPIE Vol. 4084, pp. 69-74. (SWCES Publication No. 67)

41.     Historical map recovery using multiple, integrated ESRI programs.  Huxford, R.H. 1998.  ESRI 1998 Users Conference, San Diego, CA. (SWCES Publication No. 15)

42.     Historical shoreline change rates within the Columbia River littoral cell.  Daniels, R.C. 1999.  Association of American Geographers, 95th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 51)

43.     Holocene evolution of the southern Washington and northern Oregon shelf and coast:  Geologic discussion and GIS data release.  Twichell, D.C., and Cross, V.A. 2001.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 01-076, 28 p. and 1 CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 95)

44.     Holocene stratigraphy and sediment volumes for the Columbia River littoral cell, Pacific Northwest, USA.  Herb, A. 2000.  M.S. Thesis, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, 186 p. (SWCES Publication No. 71)

45.     Imaging coastal accretion in barrier beach and dune ridge complexes: Columbia River littoral cell.  Jol, H.M., Peterson, C.D., Vanderburgh, S., and Phipps, J. 1997.  Abstract, Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, A-38. (SWCES Publication No. 3)

46.     Infragravity-frequency-band waves and currents on a Washington coast beach.  Oltman-Shay, J., Smith, F., Secan, J., Ruggiero, P., Pruis, M., Putrevu, U., Kaminsky, G., Echert, D., Cooksan, A., Côté, J., Boss, E., and Bussey, R. 1998.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 79, No. 45, Supplement, p. F446. (SWCES Publication No. 21)

47.     Integrating research results of the Southwest Washington Coastal Erosion Study to facilitate regional coastal management: towards the development of a decision support system for the Columbia River littoral cell.  Voigt, B. and Ruggiero, P. 2001.  Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial GeoTools Conference, Charleston, SC, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 74)

48.     Investigations of late quaternary geologic features in Willapa Bay, Washington.  Wolf, S.C., McCrory, P.A., and Hamer, M.R. 1998.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 98-589, . (SWCES Publication No. 25)

49.     Is there a relationship between bar morphology and shoreline change?  Gelfenbaum, G., Ruggiero, P., and Thompson, D. 2000.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 81, No. 48, Supplement, p. F673. (SWCES Publication No. 63)

50.     Large-scale cycles of Holocene deposition and erosion at the entrance to Willapa Bay, Washington.  Morton, R.A., Purcell, N.A., and Peterson, R.L. 2002.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 02-46, 124 p. (SWCES Publication No. 97)

51.     Late-Holocene sedimentation in the bays and estuaries of the Columbia River littoral cell, Washington and Oregon, USA.  Vanderburgh, S., Jol, H.M., and Peterson, C.D. 2001.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Boston, MA, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp. A-339. (SWCES Publication No. 88)

52.     Late-Holocene shoreface retreat scarps from ground penetrating radar profiles: Columbia River littoral cell, Washington-Oregon, USA.  Peterson, C.D., Jol, H.M., Woxell, L.K., Vanderburgh, S., Phipps, J.B., Percy, D., Reckendorf, F., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2002.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report, in press, . (SWCES Publication No. 100)

53.     Linkages between shoreline progradation and climate, southwest Washington, USA.  Moore, L.J., Jol, H.M., Vanderburg, S., Kruse, S., Kaminsky, G.M., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2001.  Abstract OS41B-12, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 82, No. 47, Supplement, pp. F654. (SWCES Publication No. 91)

54.     Long-term coastal evolution and regional dynamics of US Pacific Northwest littoral cell.  Kaminsky, G.M., Ruggiero, P., Gelfenbaum, G., and Peterson, C. 1997.  Proceedings of Coastal Dynamics ’97, ASCE, Plymouth, UK, pp. 614-623. (SWCES Publication No. 2)

55.     Mapping erosion hazard areas in Pacific County, Washington.  Kaminsky, G.M., Daniels, R.C., Huxford, R., McCandless, D., and Ruggiero, P. 1999.  Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue #28, pp. 158-170. (SWCES Publication No. 30)

56.     Mapping shoreline from post south jetty (1885) through 1995 along the Clatsop Plains in Oregon.  Reckendorf, F. 1998.  Oregon Academy of Science Conference, Salem, OR, pp. 30-31. (SWCES Publication No. 7)

57.     Measuring and modeling coastal progradation, catastrophic shoreline retreat, and shoreface translation along the coast of Washington State, USA.  Kaminsky, G.M., Jol, H.M., Cowell, P.J., Ruggiero, P., and Gelfenbaum, G. 1999.  Abstract, The Non-Steady State of the Inner Shelf and Shoreline: Coastal Change on the Time Scale of Decades to Millennia in the late Quaternary, Abstracts with Programs, Inaugural Meeting of IGCP Project #437 “Coastal Environmental Change During Sea Level Highstands”, p. 107. (SWCES Publication No. 45)

58.     Medium- large-scale nearshore variability of high energy dissipative beaches.  Ruggiero, P., Gelfenbaum, G., Kaminsky, G., and MacMahan, J. 1999.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 80, No. 46, Supplement, p. F547. (SWCES Publication No. 47)

59.     Merging coastal research and policy for improved coastal hazard management.  Voigt, B. 1998.  Poster, Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of The Coastal Society, Williamsburg, VA, pp. 160a. (SWCES Publication No. 13)

60.     Modelling and predicting decadal scale coastal change in the Pacific Northwest, USA.  Buijsman, M.C. and Kaminsky, G.M. 1999.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 80, No. 46, Supplement, p. F549. (SWCES Publication No. 46)

61.     Monitoring coastal change in southwest Washington and northwest Oregon during the 1997/98 El Niño.  Kaminsky, G.M., Ruggiero, P., and Gelfenbaum, G.R. 1998.  Shore and Beach, Vol. 66, 3, pp. 42-51. (SWCES Publication No. 16)

62.     Morphologic length scales on high energy dissipative beaches.  Ruggiero, P. and Kaminsky, G.M. 1998.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 79, No. 45, Supplement, p. F445. (SWCES Publication No. 17)

63.     Morphology monitoring of the Columbia River littoral cell.  Ruggiero, P., and Kaminsky, G. 1999.  Association of American Geographers, 95th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 52)

64.     Nearshore bathymetry within the Columbia River littoral cell.  Côté, J.M., Holman, R.A., and Ruggiero, P. 1998.  Poster, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 79, No. 45, Supplement, p. F450. (SWCES Publication No. 18)

65.     Non-navigational gridded bathymetry data Washington - Oregon coast: 1926-1998, Data release and description of methods.  Gibbs, A.E., Buijsman, M.C., and Sherwood, C.R. 2000.  Version 1.0, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-448, 37 p. and CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 72)

66.     Predicting shoreline change at decadal scale in the Pacific Northwest, USA.  Kaminsky, G.M., Buijsman, M.C., and Ruggiero, P. 2000.  Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, ASCE, Sydney, Australia, pp. 2400-2413. (SWCES Publication No. 69)

67.     Prehistoric beach accretion rates and long-term response to sediment depletion in the Columbia River littoral system, USA.  Woxell, L.K. 1998.  M.S. Thesis, Portland State University, Portland, OR, 206 p. (SWCES Publication No. 26)

68.     Prehistoric beach accretion rates used to predict long-term response to sediment depletion in the Columbia River littoral system.  Woxell, L.K. 1998.  Abstract, Oregon Academy of Science Conference, Salem, OR. (SWCES Publication No. 8)

69.     Prehistoric beach accretion rates used to predict long-term response to sediment depletion in the Columbia River littoral system.  Woxell, L.K., Jol, H., Peterson, C., Phipps, J., and Vanderburgh, S. 1998.  Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Science, Salem, OR, 34, pp. 33-34. (SWCES Publication No. 28)

70.     Quaternary geologic investigations of the continental shelf offshore southern Washington and northern Oregon.  Wolf, S.C., Hamer, M.R., and McCrory, P.A. 1997.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 97-677, . (SWCES Publication No. 6)

71.     Regional sediment budget of the Columbia River littoral cell, USA.  Buijsman, M.C., Sherwood, C.R., Gibbs, A.E., Gelfenbaum, G., Kaminsky, G.M., Ruggiero, P., and Franklin, J. 2002.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report, in press, . (SWCES Publication No. 101)

72.     Sand bedforms and sand suspension on the Grays Harbor ebb-tidal delta, Washington, U.S.A.  Wilson, D.J., Sherwood, C.R., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2001.  Abstract  OS12A-0404,  EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 82, No. 47, Supplement, pp. F601. (SWCES Publication No. 94)

73.     Sand dune reactivation and subduction zone earthquakes in the Grayland area.  Phipps, J., Jol, H., Peterson, C., and Vanderburgh, S. 2001.  Washington Geology, Vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 31-33. (SWCES Publication No. 81)

74.     Scales of variability along the Columbia River littoral cell.  Ruggiero, P., Côté, J., Kaminsky, G.M., and Gelfenbaum, G.R. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1692-1707. (SWCES Publication No. 38)

75.     Seasonal to inter-annual morphologic change along a US Pacific northwest coast.  Ruggiero, P., Gelfenbaum, G., Sherwood, C.R., Thompson, D.M. and Kaminsky, G. M. 2001.  Abstract  OS12A-0406, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 82, No. 47, Supplement, pp. F601. (SWCES Publication No. 92)

76.     Sediment transport on a high-energy ebb-tidal delta.  Sherwood, C.R., Gelfenbaum, G., Howd, P.A., and Palmsten, M.L. 2001.  Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Coastal Dynamics, ASCE, Lund, Sweden, pp. 473-482. (SWCES Publication No. 80)

77.     Sedimentology of an upper meso tidal (3.7 m) holocene barrier, Willapa Bay, SW Washington, U.S.A.  Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., and Jol, H.M. 1999.  Journal of Sedimentary Research, Section B: Stratigraphy and Global Studies, 69 (6), pp. 1290-1296. (SWCES Publication No. 49)

78.     Sensitivity of shoreline change predictions to wave climate variability along the southwest Washington coast, USA.  Buijsman, M.C., Ruggiero, P., and Kaminsky, G.M. 2001.  Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Coastal Dynamics, ASCE, Lund, Sweden, pp. 617-626. (SWCES Publication No. 77)

79.     Shoreface sand supply to beaches.  Cowell, P.J., Stive, M.J.F., Roy, P.S., Kaminsky, G.M., Buijsman, M.C., Thom, B.G., and Wright, L.D. 2000.  Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, Sydney, Australia, pp. 2495-2508. (SWCES Publication No. 68)

80.     Shoreline and bathymetric response to jetty construction at the entrances to the Columbia River and Grays Harbor, USA.  Buijsman, M.C. and Kaminsky, G.M. 2001.  Book of Abstracts, Volume 1, Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, ASCE, Sydney, Australia, Poster No. 6, 2 p. (SWCES Publication No. 84)

81.     Shoreline change rates within the Columbia River littoral cell, USA.  Daniels, R.C. and McCandless, D. 2002.  Association of American Geographers, 98th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, Abstract on CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 98)

82.     Sidescan sonar imagery, surface sediment samples, and surficial geologic interpretation of the southwestern Washington inner continental shelf based on data collected during Corliss cruises 97007 and 98014.  Twichell, D.C., Cross, V.A., and Parolski, K.F. 2000.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 00-167, 28 p. and 1 CD-ROM. (SWCES Publication No. 58)

83.     Southwest Washington Coastal Erosion Study workshop report 1999.  Gelfenbaum, G. and Kaminsky, G.M. (editors). 2000.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 00-439, 187 p. (SWCES Publication No. 60)

84.     Southwest Washington coastal erosion workshop report.  Gelfenbaum, G., Kaminsky, G.M., Sherwood, C.R., and Peterson, C.D. 1997.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 97-471, 102 p. (SWCES Publication No. 1)

85.     Southwest Washington coastal erosion workshop report, 1998.  Gelfenbaum, G., and Kaminsky, G.M. (editors) 1999.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 99-524, 182 p. (SWCES Publication No. 43)

86.     SWAN model calibration and validation on the southwest Washington inner continental shelf.  Palmsten, M.L., Howd, P., Sherwood, C., and Gelfenbaum, G. 2000.  Abstract, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 81, No. 48, Supplement, p. F611. (SWCES Publication No. 65)

87.     Synthesizing geological observations and process-response data for modeling coastal change at a management scale.  Kaminsky, G.M., Buijsman, M., Gelfenbaum, G.R., Ruggiero, P., Jol, H.M., Gibbs, A., and Peterson, C.D. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1708-1723. (SWCES Publication No. 39)

88.     The Columbia River littoral cell: A sediment budget overview.  Gelfenbaum, G., Sherwood, C.R., Peterson, C.D., Kaminsky, G.M., Buijsman, M., Twichell, D.C., Ruggiero, P., Gibbs, A.E., and Reed, C. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Sediments ’99, ASCE, Long Island, NY, pp. 1660-1675. (SWCES Publication No. 36)

89.     The effect of a great subduction zone earthquake on a coastal Washington beach.  Phipps, J., Jol, H., Peterson, C., and Vanderburgh, S. 1997.  Poster, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 78, No. 46, Supplement, p. F335. (SWCES Publication No. 5)

90.     The evolution of the big dune in the Grayland segment of the Columbia River littoral cell.  Phipps, J.B. and Peterson, C.D. 2002.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 34, No. 5, pp. A-8. (SWCES Publication No. 99)

91.     The measurement of nearshore bathymetry on intermediate and dissipative beaches.  Côté, J.M. 1999.  M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 102 p. (SWCES Publication No. 44)

92.     The relationship between linear dunes and buried scarps: The case of the Columbia River littoral cell.  Vanderburgh, S., Jol, H., Peterson, C., Phipps, J., and Woxell, L. 1998.  Canadian Association of Geographers, Western Division Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts. (SWCES Publication No. 27)

93.     The Southwest Washington Coastal Erosion Study: A scientific research project to address management-scale objectives.  Kaminsky, G.M. and Gelfenbaum, G. 2000.  Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of The Coastal Society, Portland, OR, pp. 505-515. (SWCES Publication No. 54) Paper

94.     The Southwest Washington Coastal Erosion Study: Research in support of coastal management.  Kaminsky, G.M. and Gelfenbaum, G. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Zone '99, San Diego, CA, pp. 737-739. (SWCES Publication No. 41) Paper

95.     The southwest Washington shelf: is it a source for beach sand?.  Twichell, D.C., Jr., Cross, V.A., and Ruggiero, P. 2001.  Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, Boston, MA, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp. A-339. (SWCES Publication No. 86)

96.     The Washington and Oregon mid-shelf silt deposit and its relation to the late Holocene Columbia River sediment budget.  Wolf, S.C., Nelson, H., Hamer, M.R., Dunhill, G., and Phillips, L.R. 1999.  U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 99-173, . (SWCES Publication No. 31)

97.     The Washington Coastal Information Clearinghouse: Resources for improved coastal management.  Voigt, B. 1999.  Proceedings of Coastal Zone ’99, San Diego, CA. (SWCES Publication No. 40)

98.     Towards the development of a decision support system for the Columbia River littoral cell.  Voigt, B., Ruggiero, P., and Kaminsky, G. 2000.  Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of The Coastal Society, Portland, OR, pp. 525-532. (SWCES Publication No. 56)

99.     Using global positioning systems (GPS): How it works, limitations, and some guidelines for operation.  Daniels, R.D. and Huxford, R.H. 2001.  Washington State Department of Ecology, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program, Publication No. 00-06-015, 39 p. (SWCES Publication No. 75)

100. Vibracore study of surf-zone facies and responses to 1997-98 El Niño, Columbia River littoral cell, NW Oregon- SW Washington, USA.  Qualman, D.R., Peterson, C.D., Jol, H.M., and Herb, A. 1998.  Poster, EOS, Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Vol. 79, No. 45, Supplement, p. F450. (SWCES Publication No. 19)

101. Washington geodetic control network: Report and station index.  Daniels, R.C., Ruggiero, P., and Weber, L.E. 1999.  Washington State Department of Ecology, Coastal Monitoring & Analysis Program, Publication No. 99-103, 268 p. (SWCES Publication No. 42)

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