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    MacMahan, Jamie H.; Thornton, Ed B.; Stanton, Tim P.; Reniers, J.H.M. (2005)
    Rip current kinematics and beach morphodynamics were measured for 44 days at Sand City, Monterey Bay, CA using 15 instruments composed of co-located velocity and pressure sensors, acoustic Doppler current profilers, and ...
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    MacMahan, Jamie H.; Reniers, J.H.M.; Thornton, Ed B.; Stanton, Tim P. (2004)
    Energetic very low frequency (VLF; frequencies <0.004 Hz) surf zone eddies (SZEs) were observed on a beach composed of shore-connected shoals with quasi-periodic ( 125 m) incised rip channels at Sand City, Monterey Bay, ...
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    MacMahan, Jamie H.; Thornton, Ed B.; Reniers, J.H.M.; Stanton, Tim P.; Symonds, Graham (2007)
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    MacMahan, Jamie H.; Thornton, Ed B.; Reniers, J.H.M. (2006)
    Rip currents are shore-normal, narrow, seaward-flowing currents that originate within surf zone, extend seaward of the breaking region (rip head), and can obtain relatively high velocities. Within the last decade, there ...

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