Paul Russell spends much of his time researching Sediment transport, Geomorphology, Swash, Submarine pipeline and Sediment. His Sediment transport study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Storm, Surf zone, Hydrology, Groundwater and Plage. His studies in Geomorphology integrate themes in fields like North Atlantic oscillation, Tidal range, Forcing and Wind wave.
Paul Russell interconnects Shore, Shields parameter and Shear stress in the investigation of issues within Swash. His research integrates issues of Soil science and Longshore drift in his study of Submarine pipeline. Paul Russell focuses mostly in the field of Sediment, narrowing it down to matters related to Erosion and, in some cases, Geodesy, Flow and Instrumentation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sediment transport, Geomorphology, Swash, Oceanography and Sediment. His Sediment transport research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geotechnical engineering, Submarine pipeline, Surf zone, Hydrology and Plage. His Geomorphology study which covers Shoaling and schooling that intersects with Shoal.
His research in Swash intersects with topics in Turbulence, Flow, Shore and Shear stress. His Oceanography research incorporates elements of Beach morphodynamics and Bedform. His research investigates the connection between Sediment and topics such as Soil science that intersect with issues in Grain size.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Storm, Geomorphology, Submarine pipeline and Sediment. His Storm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology and Shore. His Geomorphology study incorporates themes from Shoaling and schooling and Wind wave.
His Submarine pipeline research includes themes of Longshore drift, Winter storm and Pelagic zone. His study in Sediment transport and Beach morphodynamics is done as part of Sediment. The various areas that Paul Russell examines in his Sediment transport study include Soil science and Swash.
Paul Russell mainly investigates Storm, Geomorphology, Submarine pipeline, Oceanography and Sediment transport. His Storm research incorporates themes from Infiltration, Hydrology, Shore and Atmospheric sciences. His work on Erosion as part of general Geomorphology research is frequently linked to Volume loss, Orders of magnitude and Rogue wave, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Longshore drift, Rip tide, Rip current and Pelagic zone. His work in Oceanography covers topics such as Beach morphodynamics which are related to areas like Water level and Breaking wave. His Sediment transport study is concerned with the field of Sediment as a whole.
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The influence of swash infiltration–exfiltration on beach face sediment transport: onshore or offshore?
Tony Butt;Paul Russell;Ian Turner.
Coastal Engineering (2001)
Hydrodynamics and Cross-Shore Sediment Transport in the Swash-Zone of Natural Beaches: A Review
Tony Butt;Paul Russell.
Journal of Coastal Research (2000)
Mechanisms for beach erosion during storms
Paul E. Russell.
Continental Shelf Research (1993)
The extreme 2013/2014 winter storms: hydrodynamic forcing and coastal response along the southwest coast of England
Gerd Masselink;Tim Scott;Tim Poate;Paul Russell.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2016)
Morphodynamic characteristics and classification of beaches in England and Wales
Tim Scott;Gerhard Masselink;Paul Russell.
Marine Geology (2011)
Suspended sediment transport in the swash zone of a dissipative beach
Gerhard Masselink;Darren Evans;Michael G. Hughes;Paul Russell.
Marine Geology (2005)
Suspended sediment transport mechanisms in high-energy swash
Tony Butt;Paul Russell.
Marine Geology (1999)
The influence of bore turbulence on sediment transport in the swash and inner surf zones
Tony Butt;Paul Russell;Jack Puleo;Jon Miles.
computer science symposium in russia (2004)
Modelling storm hydrodynamics on gravel beaches with XBeach-G
R.T. McCall;G. Masselink;T.G. Poate;J.A. Roelvink.
Coastal Engineering (2014)
Temporal observations of rip current circulation on a macro-tidal beach
Martin Austin;Tim Scott;Jeff Brown;Jenna Brown.
computer science symposium in russia (2010)
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