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This webinar recording of Stephen Luger’s NSRI Masterclass presentation on using computer simulations to illustrate Waves: refraction, extreme waves, tsunamis; Currents: tidal currents, rip currents; Water quality: oil spills, brine plumes, sewage plumes and Sediment transport: longshore and cross-shore.* Stephen Luger from PRDW Consulting Port and Coastal Engineers, who has 28 years’ experience applying coastal models to engineering projects in more than 30 countries.https://youtu.be/rc4oIuTWaRo
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Rooi Els: 1 fisherman is missing, 1 fisherman deceased and 3 survivors after a fishing boat capsizes

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