COASTAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION AND COASTAL MODELS

J. William Kamphuis

Abstract


This paper discusses how coastal engineers are educated and how that must be changed in order to be able to meet the future demands for coastal engineers. It also addresses the use of coastal models as a vital tool to demonstrate concepts and processes that are not innately familiar to the students.

Keywords


coastal design; education; engineering; numerical models; physical models

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