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  • Authors: Do, Minh Duc; YASUHARA, Kazuy; Nguyen, MANH HIEU (2015)

  • Climate change and global warming have led to severe typhoons and sea level rise (SLR) which may threat the stability of coastal structures. However, countermeasures to enhance coastal protection against SLR and severe typhoons have not appropriately considered in Vietnam. This paper focused on the enhancement of coastal protection in Hai Hau district –the most serious erosion coast in the North Vietnam. Erosion in Hai Hau coast has occurred continuously since the beginning of 20th century with average retreat rates of 10-15m/y. The maximum rates reached to 40-50 m/y in some segments. Sea level is considered to rise about 2 mm/y on average in Vietnam. The number and intensity of tropi...

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  • Enhancement of coastal protection under the context of climate change A case study of.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Do, Minh Duc; YASUHARA, Kazuy; Nguyen, MANH HIEU (2015)

  • Climate change and global warming have led to severe typhoons and sea level rise (SLR) which may threat the stability of coastal structures. However, countermeasures to enhance coastal protection against SLR and severe typhoons have not appropriately considered in Vietnam. This paper focused on the enhancement of coastal protection in Hai Hau district –the most serious erosion coast in the North Vietnam. Erosion in Hai Hau coast has occurred continuously since the beginning of 20th century with average retreat rates of 10-15m/y. The maximum rates reached to 40-50 m/y in some segments. Sea level is considered to rise about 2 mm/y on average in Vietnam. The number and intensity of tropi...