(A) Cross-shore width of the high tide beach before and after the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake along 36

(A) Cross-shore width of the high tide beach before and after the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake along 36

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After New Zealand's 7.8 Mw Kaikōura earthquake in late 2016 an unexpected anthropogenic effect involved increased motorised vehicle access to beaches. We show how these effects were generated by landscape reconfiguration associated with coastal uplift and widening of high-tide beaches, and present analyses of the distribution of natural environment...

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