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Erosion Control Line (ECL) Establishment Using Coastal Erosion Width Prediction Model by High Wave Height
Seung-Min Park, Seol-Hwa Park, Jung-Lyul Lee, Tae-Kon Kim
J. Ocean Eng. Technol.. 2019;33(6):526-534.   Published online December 31, 2019

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Erosion Control Line (ECL) Establishment Using Coastal Erosion Width Prediction Model by High Wave Height
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