Response of a fringing reef coastline to the direct impact of a tropical cyclone

Dataset

Description

The data contains observations from the impact of Tropical Cyclone Olwyn to northwest Western Australia in March 2015. A cross-shore array of 5 pressure sensors were deployed to measure wave heights and water levels at Point Jurabi (~5 km north of Tantabiddi), Ningaloo Reef; beach morphology was measured pre- and post-cyclone using RTK-DGPS; and a two-way coupled model was developed using Delft3D and SWAN.

The data sets contains the raw pressure sensor measurements (.rsk), beach morphology grids (.txt), and model input/output files. Please see the 'Cuttler_etal_2017_Metadata.pdf', 'ReadMe.txt' file or contact michael.cuttler@uwa.edu.au for further information
Date made available7 Aug 2017
PublisherZenodo

Cite this

Cuttler, M. V. (Creator), Hansen, J. E. (Creator), Lowe, R. J. (Creator), Drost, E. J. F. (Creator)(7 Aug 2017). Response of a fringing reef coastline to the direct impact of a tropical cyclone. Zenodo. 10.5281/zenodo.1162945