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Francesco Lalli Luca Liberti Subtask 1.6.2 High Resolution Coastal Modelling APAT Italian Agency for Environmental Protection
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Velocity field (river discharge 30 m 3 /sec)
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Wave-submerged barrier interaction: rip current generation (velocity vectors)
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Snapshot of the flow field: vorticity
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