2021
DOI: 10.3390/rs13173391
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Variation Tendency of Coastline under Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance around the Abandoned Yellow River Delta in 1984–2019

Abstract: The coast around the Abandoned Yellow River Delta underwent significant changes under anthropogenic disturbance. This study aims to reveal the variation of the coastline, tidal flat area, and intertidal zone slope before, during, and after extensive reclamation during the period of 1984–2019 using satellite remote sensing images. In order to eliminate the influence of the varying water level, a new coastline correction algorithm had been proposed under the condition of insufficient accurate slope and water lev… Show more

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“…Thus, we could deduce that the evolution of the urban coastal zone environment is primarily controlled by natural factors, which include hydrodynamics (e.g., river discharge, waves, and tides) and sediment characteristics (e.g., supply, composition, and distribution) (Cao et al, 2021). Except for extreme weather conditions, the natural evolution of urban coastal zones tends to remain stable (Lin, 2020;Sun and Niu, 2021). Under the influence of extreme weather, e.g., typhoons and floods, the sediment particle input increases greatly in a short time, whereas the change in hydrodynamics during typhoons causes sediment resuspension and redistribution that affects the evolution of underwater topography (Lin et al, 2019).…”
Section: Evolution Of Urban Coastal Zone Environment Before Industrializationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, we could deduce that the evolution of the urban coastal zone environment is primarily controlled by natural factors, which include hydrodynamics (e.g., river discharge, waves, and tides) and sediment characteristics (e.g., supply, composition, and distribution) (Cao et al, 2021). Except for extreme weather conditions, the natural evolution of urban coastal zones tends to remain stable (Lin, 2020;Sun and Niu, 2021). Under the influence of extreme weather, e.g., typhoons and floods, the sediment particle input increases greatly in a short time, whereas the change in hydrodynamics during typhoons causes sediment resuspension and redistribution that affects the evolution of underwater topography (Lin et al, 2019).…”
Section: Evolution Of Urban Coastal Zone Environment Before Industrializationmentioning
confidence: 99%