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THE INTERNATIONAL COASTAL SYMPOSIUM (ICS 2007; Australia) Table of Contents 3356
Beach rescue statistics and their relation to nearshore morphology and hazards_ A case study for southwest England. T. Scott, P. Russell, G. Masselink, A. Wooler, and A. Short. Pg 1-6 2813
Australian rip systems_ Friend or foe A. D. Short. Pg 7-11 2663
The value of coastal recreational resources_ A case study approach to examine the value of recreational surfing to specific locales. N. Lazarow. Pg 12-20 2299
Beach carrying capacity_ Has it been exceeded on the Gold Coast P. Williams and C. Lemckert. Pg 21-24 2396
Improvements to integrated coastal zone management on Australia’s Gold Coast integrating coastal planning and engineering in local government. S. Hunt, G. Stuart, J. McGrath, and S. Hossain. Pg 25-28 2103
A lesson in managing political will, community pressure and state government constraints at a local government level_ Toogoom seawall project. S. Lawson, S. Hunt, J. Bunt, and M. Waddell. Pg 29-32 1929
Change detection at Conde municipality coastal zone, state of Bahia, Brazil, using medium resolution satellite data. R. X. S. Nogueira and J. M. L. Dominguez. Pg 33-37 2184
Understanding relational politics in MPA governance in north-western Iloilo, Philippines. P. R. Fernandez. Pg 38-42 2335
New planning for Cala Panizo rocky beach (Almeria, Spain). P. Fernandez and C. Danese. Pg 43-46 2680
Proposal for an integrated risk index for the planning of recreational beaches_ Use at seven Mexican arid sites. I. Espejel, A. Espinoza-Tenorio, O. Cervantes, I. Popoca, A. Mejia and S. Delhumeau. Pg 47-51 1873
An application of an adaptive quantitative method to measure the sustainability of the Gold Coast, Australia. G. T. Cirella, L. Tao and S. Mohamed. Pg 52-56 2194
An integrated observation network for the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria, Australia_ Balancing the needs of science and management. W. R. Davies and G. Martinez. Pg 57-61 2202
Online beach profile management and analysis system (PMAS). M. H. Harris, T. P. Tinker and E. E. Wright. Pg 62-66 2548
A new environmental indicator for coastal artificialisation and resilience mapping. M. Tejada, G. C. Malvarez and F. Navas. Pg 67-71 2255
The assessment of the coastal zone development at a regional level_ The case study of Portugal central area. F. L. Alves, C. P. da Silva and P. Pinto. Pg 72-76 2288
A monitoring network for assessing the impact of extreme marine meteorological events on tropical beaches. F. Dolique, M. Jeanson and J. Besson. Pg 77-81 2087
Beach erosion along Tottori coast and comprehensive sediment management. Y. Yasumoto, T. Uda, Y. Matsubara and G. Hirano. Pg 82-87 2326
Estimating extreme beach erosion frequency from a Monte Carlo simulation of wave climate. D. P. Callaghan, P. Nielson and R. Ranasinghe. Pg 88-92 2237
Sandshed management. D. L. Revell, J. J. Marra and G. B. Griggs. Pg 93-98 2804

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