Submerged nearshore breakwaters for coastal protection

Relevant papers:

International Surfing Reef Symposium 2005 (California, USA)

Narrowneck Artificial Reef: Results of 4 Years of Monitoring and Modifications
L.A. Jackson, R. Tomlinson, I. Turner, B. Corbett, M. D'Agata & J. McGrath

Design of Artificial Reefs for Beach Protection and Surf Amenity at Palm Beach, Gold Coast, Australia
L.A. Jackson, R. Tomlinson & D. Skelly

Littoral 2002 (Porto, Portugal)

The Challenge of Combining Coastal Protection and Improved Surfing Amenity
L.A. Jackson, R. Tomlinson & M. D'Agata

International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2002 - Cardiff, Wales

Monitoring of a Multi Functional Submerged Geotextile Reef Breakwater
L.A. Jackson, R. Tomlinson, J. McGrath & Ian Turner

International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2000 (Sydney, Australia)

IENCE - A Case Study: The Northern Gold Coast Beach Protection Strategy
L. Boak, J. McGrath & L.A. Jackson

New Developments With Mega Sand Containers of Non-Woven Needle-Punched Geotextiles for the Construction of Coastal Structures
G. Heerton, L.A. Jackson, S. Restall & F. Saathoff

Comparison of Observed and Predicted Coastline Changes at the Gold Coast Artificial (Surfing) Reef
I. Turner, V. Leyden, G. Symonds, J. McGrath, L.A. Jackson, T. Jancar, S. Aarninkhof & I. Elshoff

New South Wales Coastal Conference 2000 (Yamba, Australia)

Proposed "Reef" to Restore, Protect and Enhance Noosa Main Beach
L.A. Jackson, K. Black, R. Tomlinson & R.Williams

The Northern Gold Coast Beach Protection Strategy
L. Boak, J. McGrath, A. Maffey & L.A. Jackson