River, Coastal and Shoreline Protection

Erosion Control Using Riprap and Armourstone
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Petrology, Soil & rock mechanics, Environmental Studies, Congresses, Coastal Engineering, Nature/Ecology, Nature, Environmental Science, Engineering - Hydraulic, Embankments, Engineering - Civil, Technology / Engineering / Hydraulic, Riprap, Rivers, Armour
ContributionsC. R. Thorne (Editor), Steven R. Abt (Editor), Frans B. J. Barends (Editor), Stephen T. Maynord (Editor), Krystian W. Pilarczyk (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7631355M
ISBN 100471942359
ISBN 139780471942351

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