Coastal Engineering Journal

Papers
(The TQCC of Coastal Engineering Journal is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
An enhanced multiphase ISPH-based method for accurate modeling of oil spill37
Green infrastructure for the reduction of coastal disasters: a review of the protective role of coastal forests against tsunami, storm surge, and wind waves33
Large eddy simulation of the turbulent flow field around a submerged pile within a scour hole under current condition22
Local perceptions of blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures in Panay Island, Philippines21
Linking climate change mitigation and adaptation through coastal green–gray infrastructure: a perspective21
Spatiotemporal characteristics of the dam-break induced surge pressure on a vertical wall20
Physical modeling of tsunamis generated by subaerial, partially submerged, and submarine landslides17
Combining gray and green infrastructure to improve coastal resilience: lessons learnt from hybrid flood defenses17
Application of recurrent neural network for prediction of the time-varying storm surge17
Coastal destruction and unusual wave spectra induced by Typhoon Faxai in 201915
Consideration of submarine landslide induced by 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami within Palu Bay13
Quantifying blue carbon for the largest salt marsh in southern British Columbia: implications for regional coastal management13
Green port structures and their ecosystem services in highly urbanized Japanese bays12
Uncertainty of probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment of Zihuatanejo (Mexico) due to the representation of tsunami variability11
Uncertainty of storm surge forecast using integrated atmospheric and storm surge model: a case study on Typhoon Haishen 202010
Large-scale physical modeling of broken solitary waves impacting elevated coastal structures9
An improvement of tsunami hazard analysis in Central Chile based on stochastic rupture scenarios9
Wave dissipation over a horizontal slotted plate with a leeside vertical seawall: analytical and numerical approaches8
A study on the performance of circular and rectangular submerged breakwaters using nun-uniform FGVT method8
Experimental and numerical investigation on tsunami run-up flow around coastal buildings8
Historical reconstruction of shoreline evolution at the Nam Dinh Coast, Vietnam7
A new dual earthquake and submarine landslide source model for the 28 September 2018 Palu (Sulawesi), Indonesia tsunami7
Formula for the maximum reference pressure at the interface of the breakwater core and filter layer7
Future changes in typhoons and storm surges along the Pacific coast in Japan: proposal of an empirical pseudo-global-warming downscaling6
Estimating the cost of coastal adaptation using mangrove forests against sea level rise6
Development and testing of microSWIFT expendable wave buoys6
Numerical implementation of wave friction factor into the 1D tsunami shallow water equation model6
Stochastic source modeling and tsunami simulations of cascadia subduction earthquakes for Canadian Pacific coast6
Assessment to 2100 of the effects of reef formation on increased wave heights due to intensified tropical cyclones and sea level rise at Ishigaki Island, Okinawa, Japan6
Facility against tsunamis and green infrastructure—a case study of post-disaster reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake6
Application of the WRF model to the coastal area at Ise Bay, Japan: evaluation of model output sensitivity to input data5
Evaluating XBeach performance for extreme offshore-directed sediment transport events on a dissipative beach5
Validation of the applicability of the particle-based open-source software DualSPHysics to violent flow fields5
Morphology recovery of the Abukuma River mouth after the 2011 Tohoku tsunami under the interaction between sand spit and sand terrace5
Experimental and numerical investigation of breaking bores in straight and meandering channels with different Froude numbers5
Sensitivity analysis of the physics options in the Weather Research and Forecasting model for typhoon forecasting in Japan and its impacts on storm surge simulations5
On the structure dynamic response of a coastal structure subject to the dam break induced surge impact pressure5
Variations of rapidly intensifying tropical cyclones and their landfalls in the Western North Pacific5
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