Murray Ford
Murray Ford
Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland
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Shoreline changes interpreted from multi-temporal aerial photographs and high resolution satellite images: Wotje Atoll, Marshall Islands
M Ford
Remote Sensing of Environment 135, 130-140, 2013
Shoreline changes on an urban atoll in the central Pacific Ocean: Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands
M Ford
Journal of Coastal Research 28 (1), 11-22, 2012
Geological effects of tsunami on mid-ocean atoll islands: The Maldives before and after the Sumatran tsunami
PS Kench, RF McLean, RW Brander, SL Nichol, SG Smithers, MR Ford, ...
Geology 34 (3), 177-180, 2006
Coral islands defy sea-level rise over the past century: Records from a central Pacific atoll
PS Kench, D Thompson, MR Ford, H Ogawa, RF McLean
Geology 43 (6), 515-518, 2015
Patterns of island change and persistence offer alternate adaptation pathways for atoll nations
PS Kench, MR Ford, SD Owen
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2018
Water level effects on breaking wave setup for Pacific Island fringing reefs
JM Becker, MA Merrifield, M Ford
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119 (2), 914-932, 2014
Observations and estimates of wave‐driven water level extremes at the Marshall Islands
MA Merrifield, JM Becker, M Ford, Y Yao
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (20), 7245-7253, 2014
Evidence for coral island formation during rising sea level in the central Pacific Ocean
PS Kench, SD Owen, MR Ford
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (3), 820-827, 2014
The durability of bioclastic sediments and implications for coral reef deposit formation
MR Ford, PS Kench
Sedimentology 59 (3), 830-842, 2012
Multi-decadal shoreline changes in response to sea level rise in the Marshall Islands
MR Ford, PS Kench
Anthropocene 11, 14-24, 2015
Formation and adjustment of typhoon-impacted reef islands interpreted from remote imagery: Nadikdik Atoll, Marshall Islands
MR Ford, PS Kench
Geomorphology 214, 216-222, 2014
Spatiotemporal variability of typhoon impacts and relaxation intervals on Jaluit Atoll, Marshall Islands
MR Ford, PS Kench
Geology 44 (2), 159-162, 2016
Reef flat wave processes and excavation pits: Observations and implications for Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands
MR Ford, JM Becker, MA Merrifield
Journal of Coastal Research 29 (3), 545-554, 2013
Modeling wave processes over fringing reefs with an excavation pit
Y Yao, JM Becker, MR Ford, MA Merrifield
Coastal Engineering 109, 9-19, 2016
Physical modelling of the response of reef islands to sea-level rise
ME Tuck, PS Kench, MR Ford, G Masselink
Geology 47 (9), 803-806, 2019
Improving understanding of the spatial dimensions of biophysical change in atoll island countries and implications for island communities: A Marshall Islands’ case study
SD Owen, PS Kench, M Ford
Applied Geography 72, 55-64, 2016
Physical and numerical modeling of infragravity wave generation and transformation on coral reef platforms
G Masselink, M Tuck, R McCall, A van Dongeren, M Ford, P Kench
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 124 (3), 1410-1433, 2019
Inundation of a low-lying urban atoll island: Majuro, Marshall Islands
M Ford, MA Merrifield, JM Becker
Natural Hazards 91 (3), 1273-1297, 2018
Marshall Islands fringing reef and atoll lagoon observations of the Tohoku tsunami
M Ford, JM Becker, MA Merrifield, YT Song
Pure and Applied Geophysics 171 (12), 3351-3363, 2014
Storm-deposited coral blocks: A mechanism of island genesis, Tutaga island, Funafuti atoll, Tuvalu
PS Kench, RF McLean, SD Owen, M Tuck, MR Ford
Geology 46 (10), 915-918, 2018
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