HW Emma 2018 1
Storm Emma Dublin 2 March 2018, Dublin, Ireland

Wave breaking is not just a fascinating scientific topic, it is also an interdisciplinary topic of considerable relevance in transfers between the atmosphere and oceans of substantial economic importance. Why do waves break? How do they dissipate energy and why is this important? A central element of the work builds on recent international developments in the field of wave breaking and wave run-up.

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ENS Paris-Saclay

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