His scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Coral reef, Reef, Fringing reef and Sediment. The Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Sediment transport and Ecosystem. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrology, Coastal hazards and Coral as well as Coral reef.
His Reef research includes themes of Climate change, Sea level and Terrigenous sediment. His Fringing reef study combines topics in areas such as Remote sensing and Bathymetry. His research in Submarine pipeline intersects with topics in Coastal erosion and Geomorphology.
Curt D. Storlazzi mostly deals with Oceanography, Coral reef, Reef, Sediment and Bay. His studies in Oceanography integrate themes in fields like Hydrology and Sediment transport. His Coral reef research focuses on Coastal flood and how it connects with Storm surge.
Curt D. Storlazzi has included themes like Submarine pipeline, Flooding, Climate change, Sea level and Benthic zone in his Reef study. His study looks at the relationship between Sediment and fields such as Turbidity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Bay research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Continental shelf, Internal wave, Internal tide and Upwelling.
Curt D. Storlazzi spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Coral reef, Reef, Sediment transport and Sea level rise. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bed load and Sediment. His Coral reef research incorporates themes from Coastal flood, Flood myth, Coastal hazards and Flooding.
His Reef research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geomorphology, Climate change, Submarine pipeline and Coral. The various areas that Curt D. Storlazzi examines in his Sediment transport study include Fringing reef and Coastal erosion. His work in Sea level rise covers topics such as Erosion which are related to areas like Breakwater, Sedimentary rock and Natural.
His primary areas of investigation include Reef, Coral reef, Oceanography, Coastal hazards and Atoll. His Reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sediment transport, Submarine pipeline, Climate change, Extreme weather and Coastal flood. His Sediment transport study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coastal erosion and Shore.
His Coral reef research incorporates elements of Storm, Flood myth, Flooding and Environmental resource management. Curt D. Storlazzi mostly deals with Sea level rise in his studies of Oceanography. His Coastal hazards research integrates issues from Marine engineering and Fishery.
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The effectiveness of coral reefs for coastal hazard risk reduction and adaptation
Filippo Ferrario;Filippo Ferrario;Michael W. Beck;Curt D. Storlazzi;Fiorenza Micheli.
Nature Communications (2014)
Doubling of coastal flooding frequency within decades due to sea-level rise
Sean Vitousek;Patrick L. Barnard;Charles H. Fletcher;Neil Frazer.
Scientific Reports (2017)
Most atolls will be uninhabitable by the mid-21st century because of sea-level rise exacerbating wave-driven flooding.
Curt D. Storlazzi;Stephen B. Gingerich;Ap van Dongeren;Olivia M. Cheriton.
Science Advances (2018)
The influence of coral reefs and climate change on wave-driven flooding of tropical coastlines
Ellen Quataert;Curt Storlazzi;Arnold van Rooijen;Olivia Cheriton.
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
Numerical modeling of the impact of sea-level rise on fringing coral reef hydrodynamics and sediment transport
C. D. Storlazzi;E. Elias;M. E. Field;M. K. Presto.
Coral Reefs (2011)
Influence of El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events on the evolution of central California's shoreline
Curt D. Storlazzi;Gary B. Griggs.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2000)
Many Atolls May be Uninhabitable Within Decades Due to Climate Change
Curt D. Storlazzi;Edwin P.L. Elias;Paul Berkowitz.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Wave- and tidally-driven flow and sediment flux across a fringing coral reef: Southern Molokai, Hawaii
Curt D. Storlazzi;Andrea S. Ogston;Michael H. Bothner;Michael E. Field.
Continental Shelf Research (2004)
The Relationship Between Incident Wave Energy and Seacliff Erosion Rates: San Diego County, California
Benjamin T. Benumof;Curt D. Storlazzi;Richard J. Seymour;Gary B. Griggs.
Journal of Coastal Research (2000)
The use (and misuse) of sediment traps in coral reef environments: theory, observations, and suggested protocols
Curt D. Storlazzi;Michael E. Field;Michael H. Bothner.
Coral Reefs (2011)
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