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Representation of flow patterns and bottom variation for breakwaters located 60 m from the coast. Source: Author's own.

Representation of flow patterns and bottom variation for breakwaters located 60 m from the coast. Source: Author's own.

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The necessity to implement solutions that guarantee the protection and recovery of the coastal area makes that the submerged breakwater employment is evaluated as a viable variant of application because these works contribute to the conservation of the nat ural and aesthetic conditions of the beaches, which is part of the tourist product that...

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... Access bajo la licencia CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/) The flow patterns are shown in Figure 5, which resemble the twocell erosive pattern described by Ranasinghe et al. (2010), where the red line indicates the initial position of the coast. Although the behavior of currents and, therefore, how the bottom changes are similar in all three variants, the zone of influence increases the longer the breakwater length. ...

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