Chris Blenkinsopp
Chris Blenkinsopp
WEIR Research Unit, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath
Verified email at bath.ac.uk
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Void fraction measurements in breaking waves
CE Blenkinsopp, JR Chaplin
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2007
1182007
Measurements of the time-varying free-surface profile across the swash zone obtained using an industrial LIDAR
CE Blenkinsopp, MA Mole, IL Turner, WL Peirson
Coastal Engineering 57 (11-12), 1059-1065, 2010
1012010
Net sediment transport and morphological change in the swash zone of a high-energy sandy beach from swash event to tidal cycle time scales
G Masselink, P Russell, I Turner, C Blenkinsopp
Marine Geology 267 (1-2), 18-35, 2009
902009
Swash zone sediment transport, step dynamics and morphological response on a gravel beach
G Masselink, P Russell, C Blenkinsopp, I Turner
Marine Geology 274 (1-4), 50-68, 2010
882010
Swash zone sediment fluxes: Field observations
CE Blenkinsopp, IL Turner, G Masselink, PE Russell
Coastal engineering 58 (1), 28-44, 2011
822011
Application of LiDAR technology for measurement of time-varying free-surface profiles in a laboratory wave flume
CE Blenkinsopp, IL Turner, MJ Allis, WL Peirson, LE Garden
Coastal Engineering 68, 1-5, 2012
652012
The effect of relative crest submergence on wave breaking over submerged slopes
CE Blenkinsopp, JR Chaplin
Coastal Engineering 55 (12), 967-974, 2008
582008
Void fraction measurements and scale effects in breaking waves in freshwater and seawater
CE Blenkinsopp, JR Chaplin
Coastal Engineering 58 (5), 417-428, 2011
552011
Bubble size measurements in breaking waves using optical fiber phase detection probes
CE Blenkinsopp, JR Chaplin
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 35 (2), 388-401, 2010
492010
High-resolution monitoring of wave transformation in the surf zone using a LiDAR scanner array
K Martins, CE Blenkinsopp, HE Power, B Bruder, JA Puleo, EWJ Bergsma
Coastal Engineering 128, 37-43, 2017
432017
Comprehensive field study of swash-zone processes. II: Sheet flow sediment concentrations during quasi-steady backwash
T Lanckriet, JA Puleo, G Masselink, IL Turner, D Conley, C Blenkinsopp, ...
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering 140 (1), 29-42, 2014
432014
Wave runup and overwash on a prototype-scale sand barrier
CE Blenkinsopp, A Matias, D Howe, B Castelle, V Marieu, IL Turner
Coastal Engineering 113, 88-103, 2016
412016
Observations of the swash zone on a gravel beach during a storm using a laser-scanner (Lidar)
LP Almeida, G Masselink, P Russell, M Davidson, T Poate, R McCall, ...
Journal of Coastal Research, 636-641, 2013
412013
The influence of swash-based reflection on surf zone hydrodynamics: a wave-by-wave approach
K Martins, CE Blenkinsopp, R Almar, J Zang
Coastal Engineering 122, 27-43, 2017
402017
Laboratory investigation of the Bruun Rule and beach response to sea level rise
AL Atkinson, TE Baldock, F Birrien, DP Callaghan, P Nielsen, T Beuzen, ...
Coastal Engineering 136, 183-202, 2018
382018
Bed level fluctuations in the inner surf and swash zone of a dissipative beach
JA Puleo, T Lanckriet, C Blenkinsopp
Marine geology 349, 99-112, 2014
372014
Measurements of morphodynamic and hydrodynamic overwash processes in a large-scale wave flume
A Matias, G Masselink, B Castelle, CE Blenkinsopp, A Kroon
Coastal Engineering 113, 33-46, 2016
342016
Monitoring individual wave characteristics in the inner surf with a 2-dimensional laser scanner (LiDAR)
K Martins, CE Blenkinsopp, J Zang
Journal of Sensors 2016, 2016
302016
Comprehensive field study of swash-zone processes. I: Experimental design with examples of hydrodynamic and sediment transport measurements
JA Puleo, C Blenkinsopp, D Conley, G Masselink, IL Turner, P Russell, ...
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering 140 (1), 14-28, 2014
302014
Detailed investigation of overwash on a gravel barrier
A Matias, CE Blenkinsopp, G Masselink
Marine Geology 350, 27-38, 2014
292014
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