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The following news pieces have been picked up by various sources from a paper published late last year in the Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans titled “Tropical and extratropical-origin storm wave types and their influence on the East Australian longshore sand transport system under a changing climate” by Ian Goodwin, Thomas Mortlock and Stuart Browning. Thomas Mortlock is a member of the Risk Frontiers’ team and Ian Goodwin and Stuart Browning are members of the Marine Climate Risk Group at Macquarie University.  Click here to read entire article.

Aerial view of Byron Bay. Source: Swellnet Analysis

Scientists expect sand flow on East Coast to slow. Swellnet Analysis.

Why Qld beaches will lose their sand to NSW. The Chronicle.

Gold Coast at threat of severe erosion and property damage, research shows. Gold Coast Bulletin.

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