Charitha Pattiaratchi
Charitha Pattiaratchi
Professor of Coastal Oceanography, School of Environmental Systems Engineering, The UWA Oceans Istitute, The University of Weste
E-mail megerősítve itt: uwa.edu.au
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Marine plastic pollution in waters around Australia: characteristics, concentrations, and pathways
J Reisser, J Shaw, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty, M Proietti, M Thums, ...
PloS one 8 (11), e80466, 2013
3292013
The vertical distribution of buoyant plastics at sea: an observational study in the North Atlantic Gyre
J Reisser, B Slat, K Noble, K Du Plessis, M Epp, M Proietti, ...
Biogeosciences 12 (4), 1249-1256, 2015
2872015
Millimeter-sized marine plastics: a new pelagic habitat for microorganisms and invertebrates
J Reisser, J Shaw, G Hallegraeff, M Proietti, DKA Barnes, M Thums, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e100289, 2014
2862014
Seasonal changes in beach morphology along the sheltered coastline of Perth, Western Australia
G Masselink, CB Pattiaratchi
Marine Geology 172 (3-4), 243-263, 2001
2372001
Water quality monitoring in estuarine waters using the Landsat Thematic Mapper
P Lavery, C Pattiaratchi, A Wyllie, P Hick
Remote sensing of environment 46 (3), 268-280, 1993
1931993
The capes current: a summer countercurrent flowing past Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste, Western Australia
A Pearce, C Pattiaratchi
Continental Shelf Research 19 (3), 401-420, 1999
1871999
Island wakes and headland eddies: a comparison between remotely sensed data and laboratory experiments
C Pattiaratchi, A James, M Collins
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 92 (C1), 783-794, 1987
1811987
Impact of sea-breeze activity on nearshore and foreshore processes in southwestern Australia
C Pattiaratchi, B Hegge, J Gould, I Eliot
Continental Shelf Research 17 (13), 1539-1560, 1997
1661997
Global influences of the 18.61 year nodal cycle and 8.85 year cycle of lunar perigee on high tidal levels
ID Haigh, M Eliot, C Pattiaratchi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C6), 2011
1642011
Numerical modelling of tide-induced beach water table fluctuations
L Li, DA Barry, CB Pattiaratchi
Coastal Engineering 30 (1-2), 105-123, 1997
1601997
Sea-level rise induced amplification of coastal protection design heights
A Arns, S Dangendorf, J Jensen, S Talke, J Bender, C Pattiaratchi
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
1592017
A morphodynamic model to simulate the seasonal closure of tidal inlets
R Ranasinghe, C Pattiaratchi, G Masselink
Coastal Engineering 37 (1), 1-36, 1999
1391999
Upwelling on the south-west coast of Australia—source of the Capes Current?
GH Gersbach, CB Pattiaratchi, GN Ivey, GR Cresswell
Continental Shelf Research 19 (3), 363-400, 1999
1381999
Beach water table fluctuations due to wave run‐up: Capillarity effects
L Li, DA Barry, JY Parlange, CB Pattiaratchi
Water Resources Research 33 (5), 935-945, 1997
1361997
Estimating extreme water level probabilities: A comparison of the direct methods and recommendations for best practise
A Arns, T Wahl, ID Haigh, J Jensen, C Pattiaratchi
Coastal Engineering 81, 51-66, 2013
1342013
Mechanisms for linear sandbank formation and maintenance in relation to dynamical oceanographic observations
C Pattiaratchi, M Collins
Progress in Oceanography 19 (2), 117-176, 1987
1291987
Rapid, human-induced siltation of the macro-tidal Ord River Estuary, Western Australia
E Wolanski, K Moore, S Spagnol, N D'adamo, C Pattiaratchi
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 53 (5), 717-732, 2001
1282001
Sporadic upwelling on a downwelling coast: phytoplankton responses to spatially variable nutrient dynamics off the Gascoyne region of Western Australia
CE Hanson, CB Pattiaratchi, AM Waite
Continental Shelf Research 25 (12-13), 1561-1582, 2005
1242005
The seasonal closure of tidal inlets: causes and effects
R Ranasinghe, C Pattiaratchi
Coastal engineering journal 45 (04), 601-627, 2003
1242003
Boussinesq modelling of transient rip currents
D Johnson, C Pattiaratchi
Coastal Engineering 53 (5-6), 419-439, 2006
1222006
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