Bruno Castelle focuses on Oceanography, Sediment transport, Submarine pipeline, Geomorphology and Shoal. His Oceanography research incorporates themes from Hydrology and Berm. His Sediment transport research focuses on Shore and how it relates to Surf zone.
His Geomorphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geotechnical engineering, Breaking wave and Rip current. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sediment and Accretion in addition to Storm. Bruno Castelle has researched Swell in several fields, including Longshore drift and Bathymetry.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Shore, Shoal, Storm and Geomorphology. His work deals with themes such as Longshore drift, Sediment transport and Erosion, which intersect with Oceanography. His Sediment transport study incorporates themes from Skewness and Flume.
His work investigates the relationship between Shore and topics such as Climatology that intersect with problems in Wave climate, Tidal range and Coastal erosion. His work in Shoal tackles topics such as Flow which are related to areas like Current. His research investigates the connection between Geomorphology and topics such as Rip current that intersect with issues in Breaking wave, Meteorology and Drifter.
Bruno Castelle mainly investigates Oceanography, Shore, Storm, Climatology and Surf zone. His Oceanography research includes themes of Sediment and Erosion. He combines subjects such as Sea level rise, Sea level, Hindcast and Bathymetry with his study of Shore.
His Storm research incorporates elements of Aeolian processes, Submarine pipeline, Deposition, Scale and Extreme events. His research in Submarine pipeline focuses on subjects like Geomorphology, which are connected to Curvature and Headland. His Surf zone study also includes
Oceanography, Storm, Shore, Erosion and Remote sensing are his primary areas of study. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Channel and Breaking wave. Bruno Castelle focuses mostly in the field of Storm, narrowing it down to matters related to Scale and, in some cases, Digital elevation model and Beach morphodynamics.
His Shore research includes elements of Submarine pipeline, Sea level rise, Bathymetry and Position. The Erosion study combines topics in areas such as Natural and Foredune. His study looks at the relationship between Remote sensing and topics such as Surf zone, which overlap with Flow, Elevation and Significant wave height.
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Impact of the winter 2013–2014 series of severe Western Europe storms on a double-barred sandy coast: Beach and dune erosion and megacusp embayments
Bruno Castelle;Vincent Marieu;Stéphane Bujan;Kristen D. Splinter.
Extreme wave activity during 2013/2014 winter and morphological impacts along the Atlantic coast of Europe
Gerd Masselink;Bruno Castelle;Bruno Castelle;Tim Scott;Guillaume Dodet.
Geophysical Research Letters (2016)
Double bar beach dynamics on the high-energy meso-macrotidal French Aquitanian Coast: A review
Bruno Olivier Castelle;Philippe Bonneton;Hélène Dupuis;Nadia Sénéchal.
Marine Geology (2007)
Rip current types, circulation and hazard
B. Castelle;B. Castelle;T. Scott;R.W. Brander;R.J. McCarroll.
Earth-Science Reviews (2016)
A generalized equilibrium model for predicting daily to interannual shoreline response
Kristen D. Splinter;Ian L. Turner;Mark A. Davidson;Patrick Barnard.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2014)
Two- and three-dimensional double-sandbar system behaviour under intense wave forcing and a meso–macro tidal range
R. Almar;R. Almar;B. Castelle;B. Castelle;B.G. Ruessink;N. Sénéchal;N. Sénéchal.
computer science symposium in russia (2010)
Near-shore swell estimation from a global wind-wave model: Spectral process, linear, and artificial neural network models
Matthew Browne;Bruno Olivier Castelle;Darrell Strauss;Rodger Benson Tomlinson.
Coastal Engineering (2007)
Foredune morphological changes and beach recovery from the extreme 2013/2014 winter at a high-energy sandy coast
Bruno Castelle;Stéphane Bujan;Sophie Ferreira;Guillaume Dodet.
Marine Geology (2017)
Coupling mechanisms in double sandbar systems. Part 1: Patterns and physical explanation.
Bruno Castelle;Bruno Castelle;B. G. Ruessink;Philippe Bonneton;Philippe Bonneton;Vincent Marieu;Vincent Marieu.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2010)
Infragravity waves: From driving mechanisms to impacts
Xavier Bertin;Anouk de Bakker;Ap van Dongeren;Giovanni Coco.
Earth-Science Reviews (2018)
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