New understanding of rip currents could help to save lives

This is a press-release for a new paper – Wave breaking patterns control rip current flow regimes and surf zone retention, published by members of the coastal group which can be accessed here. Research by the Universities of Southampton and Plymouth has found a new link between breaking waves and the hazard posed by rip currents. The… Read More New understanding of rip currents could help to save lives

Fieldwork in Cabras Lagoon, Sardinia

BRAD deployed in Cabras Lagoon Prof Carl L. Amos and PhD student Hachem Kassem, from the coastal processes research group at NOCS/University of Southampton (and former MSC ECE student), have recently participated in a scientific field campaign in the Cabras Lagoon, Sardinia, Italy. The work was undertaken within RITMARE, the Italian National programme of scientific… Read More Fieldwork in Cabras Lagoon, Sardinia