Browsing by Author "Hart, Deirdre E."

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  • Beachgoers' ability to identify rip currents at a beach in situ

    Pitman, Sebastian J.; Thompson, Katie; Hart, Deirdre E.; Moran, Kevin; Gallop, Shari L.; Brander, Robert W.; Wooler, Adam (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
    Rip currents (“rips”) are the leading cause of drowning on surf beaches worldwide. A major contributing factor is that many beachgoers are unable to identify rip currents. Previous research has attempted to quantify ...
  • A commentary on coastal research in New Zealand universities

    Kench, Paul S.; Bryan, Karin R.; Hart, Deirdre E.; Kennedy, David M.; Hilton, Michael J. (Wiley, 2008)
    University research in coastal geomorphology, processes and management has made a major contribution to the fundamental understanding of coastal systems in New Zealand over the past 43 years. This article examines the ...
  • Multi-decadal coastal change in New Zealand: Evidence, mechanisms and implications

    Bryan, Karin R.; Kench, Paul S.; Hart, Deirdre E. (Blackwell Publishers, 2008)
    Coastal research and monitoring on New Zealand beaches have typically examined seasonal and event-driven (storms) changes in the coast. However, historical records are now of sufficient length to indicate that change occurs ...
  • New Zealand coastal system boundaries, connections and management

    Hart, Deirdre E.; Bryan, Karin R. (Blackwell Publishers, 2008)
    Understanding coastal boundaries, connections and drivers of landscape change is integral to effective coastal planning and management. This concept is explored here through case studies representing two very different New ...
  • Peer Review of the Christchurch Coastal Hazard Assessment Report

    Kenderdine, Shonagh E.; Hart, Deirdre E.; Cox, Ron J.; de Lange, Willem P.; Smith, Murray H. (2016-08-18)
    This review reports findings from the peer review panel (‘the Panel’) assessment of the Tonkin & Taylor Ltd (2015) report: Coastal Hazard Assessment – Stage Two (‘the Report’). The Panel were asked to address four overarching ...