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Appropriate complexity for the prediction of coastal and estuarine geomorphic behaviour at decadal to centennial scales

French, J, Payo, A, Murray, B, Orford, J, Eliot, M, and Cowell, P. Geomorphology 256 (March 2016): 3-16.
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