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Volume 6(4); Oct 2019
Linear trend of significant wave height in the East Sea inferred from wave hindcast
Kiho Kim, Chan Joo Jang, Kideok Do, Heeseok Jung, Jeseon Yoo
J Coast Disaster Prev. 2019;6(4):127-137.   Published online October 30, 2019
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The Study on Trafficability Assessment of Tracked Vehicle on Soft Seabed
Osoon Kwon, Insung Jang, Myounghak Oh, Hyoun Kang
J Coast Disaster Prev. 2019;6(4):139-145.   Published online October 30, 2019
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A Study for Local·Seasonal·Spatial Variation of Erosion Parameters of Cohesive Sediments from Garorim Bay
Su-Hyun Yang, Je-Woo Heo, Hong-Ryul Ryu, Kyu-Nam Hwang
J Coast Disaster Prev. 2019;6(4):147-157.   Published online October 30, 2019
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National Policy for the Protection of Chinese Coastline
Ouchen Cai
J Coast Disaster Prev. 2019;6(4):161-173.   Published online October 30, 2019
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  • 1,509 Estimation of Extreme Sea Surface Wind Around the Korean Peninsula Using Reanalysis Data
    504 Gabor Feature Representation and Deep Convolution Neural Network for Marine Vessel Classification
    379 Numerical Analysis of Stem Wave Control Effect of a Curved Slit Caisson Breakwater
    373 On the Effects of Non-Gaussian Wave-Slope Distribution on the Failure Probability of an Armour block of Rubble Mound Breakwater
    355 Numerical Analysis for Predicting the Performance of Wave Observation Buoy: Dynamic Analysis under Regular Wave

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