Lucy Woodward

Charlton-Henderson S1, Binney J1 1Natural Capital Economics Abstract: Economics is a useful toolkit for assessing the costs, benefits and risks of coastal hazards and coastal hazard adaptation. Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is the tool of choice for assessing the viability of...
  • April 6, 2021
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Rijkenberg L1, Roux C1 1Queensland Government Department of Environment and Science Abstract: Developed in the 1990s and operational since 2001, Tweed Sand Bypassing (TSB) is one of Australia’s most innovative coastal engineering solutions. It is a marine sand transportation project...
  • April 6, 2021
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Rubio A1, Guise K1, Wainright M2, Dela-Cruz J3 1Hornsby Shire Council, Natural resources Branch, 2Alluvium Consulting, 3Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Abstract: Waterways in the Hornsby Shire LGA extend for 1200 km in freshwater reaches and approximately 200km in...
  • April 6, 2021
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Lewis J1, Watterson E1, Loehr H1, Webb A2 1Bluecoast Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd, 2Unite Nations Development Programme Abstract: Remote island communities face specific challenges in respect to marine hazards. Their exposure and vulnerability is well established and the impacts of...
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Harley M1, Kinsela M2, Drummond C1 1UNSW Water Research Laboratory, 2NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (Science Division) Abstract: CoastSnap is a low-cost community beach monitoring technology that turns the smartphones found in most people’s pockets into powerful coastal...
  • April 6, 2021
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Ashton-Smith E1, Reeves J1, Murphy A1 1Federation University Abstract: A social research project that happened to coincide with COVID-19 has generated some interesting insights about what the beach means to people. The research aimed to generate in-depth understanding of values...
  • April 6, 2021
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Olive R1 1The University of Queensland Abstract: Humanities and social science (HASS) researchers are paying increasing attention to links between ocean and human health. While marine and health scientists have revealed how being around beaches, coasts and oceans benefits people,...
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Leitch A1 1Griffith University Abstract: Caravan parks and camping grounds on coastal Crown land are well known for the important role they play in terms of social and economic benefits in terms of tourism, lifestyle, affordable housing options and community...
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Heimhuber V1 1University Of New South Wales Abstract: Despite their high ecological and socio-economic significance, there is often a lack of knowledge on the long-term dynamics of intermittent coastal inlets such as those found at intermittently open and closed lakes...
  • April 6, 2021
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Dufour M2, Churchill J1, Wardley R1 1Baird Australia, 2City of Greater Geraldton Abstract: The City of Greater Geraldton is a coastal community of approximately 40,000 people located 400 km north of Perth in Western Australia. The coastal areas which range...
  • April 6, 2021
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