OCCRI Researchers

Title: Professor. Director, Wave Research Lab
Name: Daniel Cox
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Civil & Construction Engineering

Research Theme: Research focuses on coastal processes, particularly nearshore hydrodynamics, sediment transport, surf zone turbulence and boundary layer processes. He also has an interest in the design and performance of coastal structures. Coastal Hazards, Coastal Erosion, Impact of Waves and Surge on Coastal Infrastructure.

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Selected Publications:

Suzuki, T., Shin, S., Cox, D., Mori, N. (2007) “Temporal-spatial characteristics of a pressure gradient on a barred beach,” Coastal Engineering Journal, (submitted 6/07).

Shin, S., Cox, D. T. (2006) “Laboratory observations of inner surf and swash zone hydrodynamics on a steep slope.” Continental Shelf Research (accepted).

Suh, K.D., Shin, S., and Cox, D.T. (2006) “Hydrodynamic characteristics of pile-supported vertical wall breakwaters.” J. Waterw., Port, Coastal, Ocean Engrg. 2 83 – 96.

Scott, C.P., D.T. Cox, T.B. Maddux, and J.W. Long. (2005) “Large-scale laboratory observations of turbulence on a fixed barred beach,” Meas. Sci. Technol. 16 1903-1912.