|Statement||by Rhonneke Dyann Van Riezen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 113 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||113|
This book studies the fundamental issues and problems concerned with various aspects of this method of erosion control. About the Author C. R. Thorne is the editor of River, Coastal and Shoreline Protection: Erosion Control Using Riprap and Armourstone, published by Wiley. It is recommended that reference to all or part of this book should be made in one of the following ways: Advances in Aggregates and Armourstone Evaluation. Geological Society, London, Engineering Geology Special Publca- tions, 13, Geological Society Engineering Geology Special Publication No. 13 (e.g. revetments, groynes and. Armourstone are the most important construction material for berm breakwaters as well as for other but the new book of both authors may be seen as an improvement on this, (Van der Meer and Sigurdarson, ). Rubble mound breakwaters and revetments can either be protected against waves by armourstone orFile Size: 2MB. River, Coastal and Shoreline Protection: Erosion Control Using Riprap and Armourstone C. R. Thorne, Steven R. Abt, Frans B. J. Barends, Stephen T. Maynord, .
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