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Group Title: UFL/COEL (University of Florida. Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Laboratory); 94/004
Title: Evaluation study and comparison of erosion models and effects of seawalls for coastal construction control line
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Title: Evaluation study and comparison of erosion models and effects of seawalls for coastal construction control line task 1B, intercomparison of three models for (1) 100 year storm and Palm Beach County, and (2) large scale wave tank tests
Series Title: UFLCOEL-94004
Alternate Title: Task 1B, intercomparison of three models for (1) 100 year storm and Palm Beach County, and (2) large scale wave tank tests
Intercomparison of three models for (1) 100 year storm and Palm Beach County, and (2) large scale wave tank tests
Physical Description: xii, 129 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Srinivas, R
Dean, Robert G ( Robert George ), 1930-
University of Florida -- Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Dept
Florida -- Dept. of Environmental Protection
Publisher: Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering Dept., University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 1994
 Subjects
Subject: Storm surges -- Florida -- Palm Beach County   ( lcsh )
Storm surges -- Mathematical models   ( lcsh )
Coastal engineering -- Mathematical models   ( lcsh )
Beach erosion -- Mathematical models   ( lcsh )
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non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 128-129).
Statement of Responsibility: R. Srinivas, R.G. Dean ; prepared for Department of Environmental Protection, State of Florida.
General Note: "April 2, 1994."
Funding: This publication is being made available as part of the report series written by the faculty, staff, and students of the Coastal and Oceanographic Program of the Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
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    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
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    List of Figures
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    Introduction
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    Scope of study
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


List of Figures iii

List of Tables xii

1 Introduction 1

2 Scope of the Study 2

3 Results: Palm Beach County 12

4 Results: Large Wave Tank Tests 12

5 Summary and Conclusions 126

References 128








LIST OF FIGURES


Figure Title Page

1 100 year storm surge hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 1: DNR
Range 1-60. . . .. .. . . .. . .. 8
2 100 year storm surge hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 2: DNR
Range 61-125. ................................ 9
3 100 year storm surge hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 3: DNR
Range 126-185. ................................ .. 10
4 100 year storm surge hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 4: DNR
Range 186-227. .............................. 11
5 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-l: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 13
6 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-3: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 14
7 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-6: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 15
8 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-9: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 16
9 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-12: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 17
10 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-15: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 18
11 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-18: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 19
12 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-21: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 20
13 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-24: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 21
14 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-27: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 22
15 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-30: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 23








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16 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-33: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 24
17 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-36: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 25
18 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-39: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 26
19 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-42: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 27
20 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-45: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 28
21 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-48: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 29
22 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-51: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 30
23 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-54: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 31
24 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-57: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 32
25 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-60: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles. . ... 33
26 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-63: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 34
27 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-66: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 35
28 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-69: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 36
29 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-72: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 37








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30 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-75: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 38
31 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-78: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 39
32 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-81: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 40
33 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-84: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 41
34 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-90: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 42
35 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-93: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. ..... .. 43
36 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-96: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 44
37 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-99: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 45
38 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-102: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 46
39 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-105: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 47
40 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-108: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 48
41 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-111: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 49
42 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-114: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 50
43 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-117: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 51








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44 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-120: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 52
45 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-123: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles. . ... 53
46 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-126: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 54
47 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-129: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 55
48 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-132: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 56
49 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-135: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 57
50 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-138: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 58
51 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-141: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 59
52 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-144: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 60
53 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-147: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 61
54 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-150: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 62
55 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-153: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 63
56 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-156: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 64
57 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-159: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . ... 65








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58 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-162: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
59 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-165: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
60 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-168: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
61 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-171: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
62 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-174: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
63 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-177: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
64 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-180: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
65 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-183: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles. . . .
66 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-186: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . . .
67 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-189: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE


and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial
68 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-192:
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial
69 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-195:
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial
70 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-198:
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial
71 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-201:
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10


feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
and final profiles . . .
Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
and final profiles . . .
Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
and final profiles . . .
Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
and final profiles . . .
Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-


varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles . . .


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72 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-204: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 80
73 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-207: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 81
74 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-210: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 82
75 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-213: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 83
76 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-216: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 84
77 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-219: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 85
78 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-222: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge:(transect 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 86
79 Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-225: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-
varying storm surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles. . ... 87
80 Palm Beach County: Comparison of the frequency distribution of the pre-
dicted recessions of the 15-foot contour for the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH
models ................... ........... ...... 88
81 Palm Beach County: Comparison of the frequency distribution of the pre-
dicted recession of the 10-foot contour for the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH
models .................. ................. 89
82 Palm Beach County: Comparison of the frequency distribution of the pre-
dicted recession of the 8-foot contour for the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH
models ................... ............ ..... 90
83 Palm Beach County: Comparison of the frequency distribution of the pre-
dicted recession of the 6-foot contour for the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH
models. ..................................... 91
84 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 100: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.6 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 92
85 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 100: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.6 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm . . . ...... 93








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86 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 110: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.6. feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 94
87 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 110: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.6 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ................... 95
88 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 200: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.6 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 96
89 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 200: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.6 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . . .... .... 97
90 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 300: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 98
91 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 300: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm . . . ...... 99
92 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 400: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.6 feet,
wave period = 5.6 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 100
93 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 400: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.6 feet, wave period = 5.6
sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ........................ 101
94 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 500: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.3 feet,
wave period = 3.75 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 102
95 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 500: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.3 feet, wave period = 3.75
sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ........................ 103
96 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 510: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.3 feet,
wave period = 16 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 104
97 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 510: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.3 feet, wave period = 16
sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ........................ 105








Figure Title Page

98 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 600: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.6 feet,
wave period = 16 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 106
99 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 600: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 3.6 feet, wave period = 16
sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ........................ 107
100 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 700: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.9 feet,
wave period = 16 sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. . . ... 108
101 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 700: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.9 feet, wave period = 16
sec, sand diameter = 0.22 mm. ........................ 109
102 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 101: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.9 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . ... 110
103 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 101: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.9 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. .. . . . . ... 111
104 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 201: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.3 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . ... 112
105 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 201: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.3 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ................... 113
106 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 301: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.9 feet,
wave period = 11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . ... 114
107 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 301: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.9 feet, wave period =
11.33 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ................... 115
108 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 401: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.9 feet,
wave period = 5.6 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . .... 116
109 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 401: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 7.9 feet, wave period = 5.6
sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ........................ 117








Figure Title Page

110 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 501: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.3 feet,
wave period = 3.75 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . .... 118
111 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 501: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 5.3 feet, wave period = 3.75
sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ........................ 119
112 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 701: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet,
wave period = 16 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . ... 120
113 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 701: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet, wave period = 16
sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ........................ 121
114 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 801: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 2.6 feet,
wave period = 3.75 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . .... 122
115 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 801: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 2.6 feet, wave period = 3.75
sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ........................ 123
116 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 901: Measured profiles and predictions of the
CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet,
wave period = 7.87 sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. . . .... 124
117 Large Wave Tank tests, Case 901: Comparison of time-dependent maximum
transport between measured profiles and predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Breaking wave height = 6.6 feet, wave period = 7.87
sec, sand diameter = 0.40 mm. ........................ 125








LIST OF TABLES


Table Title Page

1 Experimental characteristics of large wave-tank tests of Saville (1957, 1962),
from Kraus and Larson (1988). ........................ 3
2 Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 1). .............................. 5
3 Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 2). ................... ......... 6
4 Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 3). ....................... ..... ... 7
5 Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 4). ................ .......... ... 7
6 Palm Beach County: Average predicted recessions for the 15-, 10-, 8-, and
6-foot contours. ......................... ... .... .. 127








1 Introduction


A challenging aspect of many coastal and estuarine problems is the elucidation of nearshore
behavior as beaches are constantly evolving in response to time-varying waves, tides, winds
and nearshore currents. The increasing use of the coastal zone has made the quantita-
tive understanding of the causative mechanisms of beach change and the nature of beach
response essential for coastal engineers to predict beach evolution. Due to variations of
the beach profile, sediment characteristics and concentrations, wave and water level con-
ditions, a deterministic analytical treatment is difficult and recourse must be taken to
numerical methods of solution. Numerical modeling of beach evolution requires mathe-
matical statements for sediment transport, the dynamic equation(s), and conservation of
sand, the continuity equation.
In contrast to numerical modeling of beach planform evolution, which has been ac-
tively studied for about five decades, cross-shore sediment transport (numerical) modeling
is relatively recent (~ 20 years). Cross-shore sediment transport models are, for example,
essential for identifying especially susceptible areas in times of storms and have safety
implications for humans and property and the establishment of coastal "setback lines."
A storm with energetic wind (short period) waves accompanied by augmented tide levels
often results in substantial cross-shore reconfiguration of the beach profile. Broadly speak-
ing, augmented water levels and high waves result in dune and beachface erosion, with the
eroded sediment being transported and deposited offshore, possibly as a longshore bar.
The advent of milder waves after the storm results in post-storm recovery as the eroded
sand slowly moves onshore. Recent cases emphasizing the vulnerability of coastal com-
munities to storm damage were extensive beach erosion along the central Caribbean and
eastern Mexico during Hurricane Gilbert (1988) and along the northeast Caribbean and
South Carolina during Hurricane Hugo (1989). The present study compares erosion pre-
dictions (for storm conditions) of three existing numerical cross-shore sediment transport
models.
Cross-shore sediment transport determines beach profile change primarily for beaches
located away from structures and inlets. Cross-shore sediment transport models can be
broadly classified into two groups: closed loop and open loop models. Closed loop sedi-
ment transport models have either an explicit or implicit assumption of a target ("equilib-
rium") profile and consider transport to be the result of variation from this equilibrium.








The assumption of an equilibrium beach profile implies that changes in a beach profile
will diminish and eventually die out if the beach is exposed to constant forcing for a
long time. Equilibrium beach profiles are usually based on considerations of uniform wave
energy dissipation per unit volume. Equilibrium beach concepts are very useful and com-
paratively simpler to use as they mask the details of specific wave-sediment interactions;
however, most models in use predict only monotonic beach profiles. In contrast to closed
loop models, open loop models do not have a target profile. They generally consider de-
tailed mechanics of the flow and sediment concentration profiles and variations of related
quantities to compute sediment transport and resultant changes in the profile. A draw-
back of such present models is the lack of model stability due to the lack of any explicit
stabilizing mechanisms.
In the present study, three existing closed-loop numerical models are investigated to
compare their predictions of berm and dune erosion. The evaluated models are:

Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) model (Chiu and Dean 1984, 1986)

EDUNE (Kriebel 1989, 1990)

SBEACH (Larson and Kraus 1989, Larson et al. 1989)

All three models are based on the equilibrium profile concept. Only SBEACH predicts
the formation of a bar. A brief discussion of the equilibrium beach concept and the three
models is included in a companion report (Srinivas and Dean, 1994). The models are tested
here in two different environments: field and laboratory situations. Post-storm predictions
of selected beach profiles from Palm Beach County are documented. A statistical analysis
yields the distribution of predicted recessions for different contours. The models are also
tested against laboratory data from large wave tank (LWT) experiments conducted by
Saville in 1957 and 1962 (Kraus and Larson 1988).


2 Scope of the Study

The objective of the study was to compare predicted dune erosion using three existing
numerical models: CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH. The study characteristics are as follows:








The assumption of an equilibrium beach profile implies that changes in a beach profile
will diminish and eventually die out if the beach is exposed to constant forcing for a
long time. Equilibrium beach profiles are usually based on considerations of uniform wave
energy dissipation per unit volume. Equilibrium beach concepts are very useful and com-
paratively simpler to use as they mask the details of specific wave-sediment interactions;
however, most models in use predict only monotonic beach profiles. In contrast to closed
loop models, open loop models do not have a target profile. They generally consider de-
tailed mechanics of the flow and sediment concentration profiles and variations of related
quantities to compute sediment transport and resultant changes in the profile. A draw-
back of such present models is the lack of model stability due to the lack of any explicit
stabilizing mechanisms.
In the present study, three existing closed-loop numerical models are investigated to
compare their predictions of berm and dune erosion. The evaluated models are:

Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) model (Chiu and Dean 1984, 1986)

EDUNE (Kriebel 1989, 1990)

SBEACH (Larson and Kraus 1989, Larson et al. 1989)

All three models are based on the equilibrium profile concept. Only SBEACH predicts
the formation of a bar. A brief discussion of the equilibrium beach concept and the three
models is included in a companion report (Srinivas and Dean, 1994). The models are tested
here in two different environments: field and laboratory situations. Post-storm predictions
of selected beach profiles from Palm Beach County are documented. A statistical analysis
yields the distribution of predicted recessions for different contours. The models are also
tested against laboratory data from large wave tank (LWT) experiments conducted by
Saville in 1957 and 1962 (Kraus and Larson 1988).


2 Scope of the Study

The objective of the study was to compare predicted dune erosion using three existing
numerical models: CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH. The study characteristics are as follows:








Beach Profiles


Field: The 75 beach profiles of Palm Beach County for which "long" transects were
available were selected to examine post-storm profile predictions of the three mod-
els. The profile data (surveyed in 1974-1975) were obtained from the Florida Depart-
ment of Natural Resources, DNR (now the Department of Environmental Protection,
DEP).

Laboratory: The predictions of the three numerical models were also compared
against data from 17 large wave-tank (LWT) tests conducted by Saville (Kraus and
Larson 1988). The nominal characteristics of the these tests are presented in Table 1.


Table 1: Experimental characteristics of large wave-tank tests of Saville (1957, 1962), from
Kraus and Larson (1988).
Case Sand Diameter Breaking Wave Period Depth Offshore Test
Wave Height Duration
(mm) (ft) (sec) (ft) (hours)
100 0.22 5.6 11.33 15 30
110 0.22 5.6 11.33 15 30
200 0.22 3.6 11.33 15 46
300 0.22 6.6 11.33 14 50
400 0.22 7.6 5.6 14.5 40
500 0.22 6.3 3.75 15 100
510 0.22 3.3 16 15 120
600 0.22 3.6 16 15 60
700 0.22 6.9 16 13.5 100
101 0.40 5.9 11.33 15 30
201 0.40 6.3 11.33 15 40
301 0.40 7.9 11.33 14 50
401 0.40 7.9 5.6 14.5 66
501 0.40 5.3 3.75 15 60
701 0.40 6.6 16 12.5 40
801 0.40 2.6 3.75 15 50
901 0.40 6.6 7.87 13 49.6


Sediment Characteristics


* A least-squares analysis was carried out to determine the representative profile scale
parameter, A, in the equilibrium beach profile expression and sand diameter for
the Palm Beach County profiles. The calculated profile scale parameter for each of








the profiles is listed in Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5 and were based on the entire length
of the profile in the least-squares analysis, whereas the CCCL establishment study
considered the profiles only out to the breaking depth (approximately 12.8 feet) for
this purpose.

The LWT tests were conducted with two different sediment sizes: (a) 0.22 mm: A
= 0.16 ftl/3; (b) 0.40 mm: A = 0.19 ft1/3

Storm Surges

The 100 year total storm tide hydrograph, due to astronomical tide, wind stress,
pressure effects and dynamic wave setup, was utilized for the field profiles. These
hydrographs were computed by Dean, Chiu and Wang (1992) and are presented in
Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4. The hydrographs were computed along four representative
transects each of which represents a group of profiles: (1)Transect 1 for DNR-1
through DNR-60, (2)Transect 2 for DNR-61 through DNR-125, (3)Transect 3 for
DNR-126 through DNR-185, and (4)Transect 4 for DNR-186 through DNR-227.

The LWT tests were conducted with different water depths. The depths are pre-
sented in Table 1.

Wave Characteristics

Waves in the simulations for Palm Beach County were considered to be 10 feet high
with a period of 12 seconds.

Wave characteristics for the LWT tests are presented in Table 1. Breaking wave
heights ranged from 2.6 to 7.9 feet and the wave periods ranged from 3.75 to 16.0
seconds.

Storm Duration

Field: The 100-year storm surge hydrographs were used in the simulations.

The durations of the LWT tests are presented in Table 1 and range from 30 to 120
hours.



















Table 2: Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 1).
Range A
(ft/3)
R-1 0.1681
R-3 0.1457
R-6 0.1418
R-9 0.1535
R-12 0.1542
R-15 0.1344
R-18 0.1529
R-21 0.1639
R-24 0.1477
R-27 0.1452
R-30 0.1381
R-33 0.1568
R-36 0.1483
R-39 0.1820
R-42 0.1702
R-45 0.1601
R-48 0.1701
R-51 0.1809
R-54 0.1727
R-57 0.1875
R-60 0.1542



















Table 3: Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 2).
Range A
(ft1/3)
R-63 0.1619
R-66 0.1970
R-69 0.1689
R-72 0.1948
R-75 0.2133
R-78 0.1716
R-81 0.1864
R-84 0.2012
R-90 0.1873
R-93 0.2084
R-96 0.1749
R-99 0.1633
R-102 0.1722
R-105 0.1638
R-108 0.1816
R-111 0.1692
R-114 0.1880
R-117 0.1770
R-120 0.1603
R-123 0.1730












6









Table 4: Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 3).


r


Table 5: Computed profile scale parameter, A, values for DNR profiles of Palm Beach
County (Transect 4).


Range

R-186
R-189
R-192
R-195
R-198
R-201
R-204
R-207
R-210
R-213
R-216
R-219
R-222
R-225


A
(ftl/3)
0.1778
0.1841
0.1946
0.2129
0.2159
0.2152
0.1930
0.2166
0.2088
0.2248
0.2169
0.2192
0.2291
0.2043


Range

R-126
R-129
R-132
R-135
R-138
R-141
R-144
R-147
R-150
R-153
R-156
R-159
R-162
R-165
R-168
R-171
R-174
R-177
R-180
R-183


A
(ft'/3)
0.1739
0.1707
0.1774
0.1782
0.1937
0.1792
0.1894
0.1873
0.1875
0.1594
0.1823
0.1841
0.1816
0.1888
0.1808
0.1772
0.1875
0.2027
0.1787
0.1738





















100 YEAR STORM TIDE HYDROGRAPH
PALM BEACH COUNTY (R1 R60)


TIME (hours)


Figure 1: 100 year storm surge hydrograph
Range 1-60.


for Palm Beach County: Transect 1: DNR


12

0 1
CD










0
F-


-2




















100 YEAR STORM TIDE HYDROGRAPH
PALM BEACH COUNTY (R61 R125)


6 12


18 24
TIME (hours)


30 36


Figure 2: 100 year storm surge
Range 61-125.


hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 2: DNR


12

G 10
(D
<-


6


04

< 2
0
I-


-2

















100 YEAR STORM TIDE HYDROGRAPH
PALM BEACH COUNTY (R126 R185)


6 12


Figure 3: 100 year storm surge
Range 126-185.


18 24
TIME (hours)


hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 3: DNR


12

10

8

6

4

2

0

-2


















100 YEAR STORM TIDE HYDROGRAPH
1 PALM BEACH COUNTY (R186 R227)

S10 \

w 8-

S6-

I- 4-

< 2-



-2- I I 1 I I-I
0 6 12 18 24 30 36
TIME (hours)


Figure 4: 100 year storm surge hydrograph for Palm Beach County: Transect 4: DNR
Range 186-227.








3 Results: Palm Beach County


The CCCL and EDUNE models require the breaking wave height as input, however, the
SBEACH model requires the wave height to be specified at a particular depth. SBEACH
then uses the Dally et al. (1985) breaking wave model to compute the wave height distri-
bution across the profile. In the following simulations for Palm Beach County and for the
LWT tests, the offshore wave height was specified in the SBEACH model such that the
breaking wave height was approximately equal to that input for the CCCL and EDUNE
models.
There is no provision for runup in the CCCL model. The slope of the dune face, XMD,
was set to 2.0. In the EDUNE model, the final equilibrium slope of the beach face below
the runup limit, ETANB, was set as 0.0625 while the final equilibrium slope of the dune
scarp above the runup limit, ETAND, was set as 2.0. A nominal runup distance of 2 feet
was assumed.
The following pages (Figures 5 through 79) present comparative sets of the initial and
final (at the end of the storm) profiles as predicted by the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH
models. The presence of any seawalls in the profiles was not accounted for while carrying
out the storm response simulations. In addition, the frequency distribution of the predicted
recessions of the 15-, 10-, 8- and 6-foot contours is also presented (Figures 80 through 83).
In applying the CCCL model for the field data, the 2.5 erosion multiplicative factor was
included.

4 Results: Large Wave Tank Tests

In the following simulations for the LWT tests, the wave height at the toe of the beach was
specified in the SBEACH model such that the breaking wave height was approximately
equal to that input for the CCCL and EDUNE models. The beach and dune slopes and
runup are the same as described for the field applications.
The following pages present (Figures 84-117), for the 34 LWT tests, comparative sets
of the measured initial and final (at the end of the experiment) profiles as predicted
by the CCCL, EDUNE and SBEACH models. In addition, for purposes of analysis in
forthcoming reports, the predicted and measured time-dependent maximum transports
for each experiment are also documented. The CCCL predictions do not include the 2.5
factor.









PALM BEACH: R-1
0 (A)CCCL

0





0 -

0


-400-2


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


0 (B)EDUNE

0

0

0

0

0
0---


-400-2


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH
30 1 1 1 T 11


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 5: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-l: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE and
SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm surge:
transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


Z) 2
(i)
<- 1(


1-1


3 -2


-1

-2

-3


20

10

0

-10

ca -20


tri


m


--


_3nL








PALM BEACH: R-3
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0
-10

-20


-30' -
-400-200


0 200 400 600 800


(B)EDUNE




EEE-EEE


-30____40_
-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


1000


1200


1200


1400


1400


(C)SBEACH




E '^EEE-


--400-200


200 40U tUU
DISTANCE (feet)


tUU


1UUU


1i~UV


n ft


14UU


Figure 6: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-3: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE and
SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm surge:
transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


20

10
0

-10
-_n


20
(u
10
o 0


4: -10
G; -20


-30


.5.~ 3









PALM BEACH: R-6
(A)CCCL







^ -- -------- ---


20

10

0

-1C

-2C


-400-200


200


400


600


800


-400-200


1000 1200 1400


-20I I I I I I I I--
_ ran------------


200


400


600 800 1000


(C)SBEACH





-~__j


-400-200


20C


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


1200


1400


Figure 7: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-6: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE and
SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm surge:
transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


_ _I I I I I I I


-30


. 20
Q)
i)
- 10

o 0

-10
ca


Z' 20
i)
't 10

0

i -10

,- -20
-30


0 08 1 000 1 200 1400


(B)EDUNE


^^rr~^^nr


J


E,


,,









PALM BEACH: R-9


3 20

10

0

i: -10

.- -20

-30



30


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE



'~


-400-200


200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


D (C)SBEACH

0
0 -


0


0
C ---- .< -------


-400 -200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


Figure 8: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-9: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE and
SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm surge:
transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


(A)CCCL


-400-200


20

10

0

-10

-20
-_nI


S24


0
o
4 1(



i1 -1

ia -2


.1 A A -


800


1000


1200


1400


--


--









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-12


__ __ __ I __ I __ __ I _


30
-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


30 (B)EDUNE
20
10
0
In -


-300 -2
-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


S(C)SBEACH

0
0
o -


0
0


-30L I0-200
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 9: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-12: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


S 20
z:: 10
z
o 0
E-1


1)


0
>

w -


20


__ __ __ I __ I --~


S2(

1(

o

1-1


.4


`1-"-i









PALM BEACH:


OU

20

10

0

-10

-20


-30'-
-400-


200


400


600


800


000 1200 1400
1000 1200 1400


0 20

--, 10

o3 0

-10 -

S-20
-Rn


(B)EDUNE


-400-200


30

S20

,- 10

o 0

i -10

14 -20

-30


-400-200


0 200 400 600 800


0 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


UUU


Figure 10: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-15: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


R-15


)0 1400


1000


1UUU


IaUU


14UU


rrrrrr ~1


,, .(A)CCCL


--


(C)SBEACH


r\ f


20(









(A)CCCL
30 ----


20

10

0

-1C

-2C
-_r


-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-18


200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


20

10

0

-10


(B)EDUNE


-2O
- 20 -----------------
_o n --- --- ------- --------------


-400-200


' 20

10

0

S-10

j -20
-30


200


400 600 800


1000


1200


(C)SBEACH


A/.


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 11: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-18: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


r


--









PALM BEACH: R-21
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0

-10

-20


-400 -4


200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE

? 20
.- 10
10

o 0
s -10

Ea -20


-30 -
-400-200


J L -.


400


600


800


1000


200


20

S10

o 0
E--
" -10

14 -20


(C)SBEACH





'- -


-400 -200


20(


0 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


01 00 1200 1400


Figure 12: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-21: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


I I I I II I


--.4


-RnL


800


^^









PALM BEACH: R-24
(A)CCCL




------


I I I I I I I I I


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


30 (B)EDUNE

S20

- 10

o 0

| 1 -10

Er -20


-30- 1-
-400-200


200


400


600


800


1200 1400


1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH




__ Nv _____


-400-200


0UU 4UU OUU
DISTANCE (feet)


ouu


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 13: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-24: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


20

10

0

-1C

-2C


-30


20
0,
3 10

o 0
S-10

3 -20

-30


rnf


r












'2 20

S10

0
o 0

_ -1C

Ix -2C

-3C



30


30 (C)SBEACH





0
0
20------
20
. 0 --------------
! ---------- --f-- -- --l- -- -


-400-200


20(


) 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


8OU 100U


1IUU


PALM BEACH: R-27
(A)CCCL











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


14UU


Figure 14: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-27: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


00


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


o
I-

E14


-i


,,









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-30


20

10

0

-10

-20


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


1400


1400


30 (B)EDUNE

20 ---

10

0

10
20
o :S^_ -- -- -


0 200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1200


-400-200


(C)SBEACH




ES^EEE


-400 -200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000


Figure 15: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-30: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


I I I I I I I I


0
E-1

I--


20

.: 10
z
o 0
1 -10

-20


-30


I~~ __ L_ __ __ _.1 __J__ _


-400 -4


--nL












20

10

0

-1C

-2C


(A)CCCL


-30' -
-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-33


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


S(B)EDUNE

0 .-, "I--


0
0


onl I I I I I I I I


-"-400-200


0 200 400


600


800


1000


1200 1400


(C)SBEACH


7,


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1 400


Figure 16: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-33: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


N


Ei. -2
rr,


20

S10

2 0
I-
* -10

I -20


-5nL


^^









PALM BEACH: R-36
(A)CCCL





) --------------
i __ __ -- -


-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE


Z 20

-- 10

0

o -0 -----

_ -20


-30'--
-400-200


200


400


600


-400-200


0 20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


01 00 1200 1400


Figure 17: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-36: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


20
Q)
-3 10

o 0

- -20
c^-2(


30


800 1000 1200 1400


20

10
z
0 0
E- 0
S-10

^-20


-30


(C)SBEACH



F,\ I

_____!v_____-____.


e3


r


^^










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-39


0

0

0


- I ----4-


U1 1 r I i I


-400-200


-400-200


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


200


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 18: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-39: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


2

-j 21


WE
" -1
Mu


(B)EDUNE




zzz~z~N


Z 20

"- 10

0 0
I
-10

I -20

-30



30


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


-:cl I


u


--


/


--









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH:


R-42


S20
-- 10 --- ^ ------------

0 0
S-10

a-20
_--


20

11 10
z
o 0


- -2C


--0nL


200


400


600


800


0 200 400 600 800


1000


1000


1200


1200


30 (C)SBEACH

20

10

0
I0 ----- -.-------------


10 --

20


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 19: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-42: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


1400


(B)EDUNE

------ -




S--------------------


I I I I L I I


z
0

E-


-400 -2


-


,,e









PALM BEACH: R-45


10

0

-10
_ o --------------------- ^ ~ ~ ~


-'400 -A


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


S2
QD
v 1(
z
o


1-2


'-400-2


'* 20



o 0

< -10

-20

-30


0 200 400 600


800


1000


(C)SBEACH




*Vv


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


1200


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 20: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-45: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


(A)CCCL


S(B)EDUNE




0
0 --- ---
0
0
0-


_n0l II I I I -


~II


m


--









PALM BEACH:


R-48


30 (A)CCCL

? 20

v 10



S-10

41 -20
n-- --------------------


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


20

S10
2 0

2-10

^ -2C


30

20

10

0

-10

-20
-30


400-200 0 200


(C)SBEACH


--400-200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400
400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


200 4UU 6iUU
DISTANCE (feet)


tUU


1UUU


14UU


14UU


Figure 21: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-48: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


.' fn


(B)EDUNE


rrArr rrrrrrr ~rrnn r r


/









PALM BEACH: R-51
D (A)CCCL

0

0

0


0


3nl I I I I I I I I


-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE

20

10

0

140 ---- ----0 40 6- --- -------- ---- ---
10

20

S-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


S20
Q)
10

z
o 0
E-I
S-10

S-20


-30


--400-200


200 4UU0 600
DISTANCE (feet)


Figure 22: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-51: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


21


z
o
-2
11 -1
H


0)

z
E-


(C)SBEACH










E E.E .. .. .nna .n. ..


tUU


1UUU


1 UU


ar\


--- ~---


.-


~---


--- v


)0


14UU












20

10
0 10
z
o 0
" -10






>
^ -20

-30



30

20
(,
.- 10

o 0
i -10

, -20


-400-2


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30

20

-- 10

o 0
-1C

I- -2C

-3C


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


0 200 400
DISTANCE


S--

------------------ -- --"-- --


600
(feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 23: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-54: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


PALM BEACH: R-54
(A)CCCL











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE







----------------- ---


-30


^^










30 r


(A)CCCL


20

10

0

-10
-20


-400-2


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-57


200


200


400


400


600


600


800


800


30 (C)SBEACH

. 20

S10

o 0

S-10
.-20
M ^ ~ --.^


-30'
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 24: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-57: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


I I I I I I I I


1000


1200


1400


(B)EDUNE_____ __________







"l"
-4 _s_ __ _
) ----- ^ ^ :* ^ ~ ,_ ^ __5-


1000


1200


1400


1


-RnL








PALM BEACH:


R-60


(A)CCCL





nS^^zz ..


-30__L
-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


- 20
a)
- 10
z
o 0
IE
^ -10
S-20


_30_1 --
-400-200


(C)SBEACH
301 1


0 200 400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


S20

S10

0 0
-10
S-20 -
ri 2--------------------


-30L 1
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000


1200


Figure 25: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-60: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 1). Initial and final profiles.


20


o 0
S-10

w -20


I ____________ L ___________ .5. ___________ .5. ___________ .5.


1400


(B)EDUNE





*"^-;









PALM BEACH: R-63


-$ 2



2 !
4 -1
>

S -2


-3nL


-400-2


S(B)EDUNE


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


S(C)SBEACH


O3 I


S 20

- 10

o 0

S-10

- -20


-30'-
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 26: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-63: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


U
0

0

0
o 0--- --

0 -''- _

0


I I I I I I I I


oU


20



o 0
Q)


< 10

3 -10

I -20

-30


0\
\


(A)CCCL


03


0--


)0









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-66


ov


-30 -20
-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH
30 1


S20
: 10
z
o 0
S-10
S-20


-30- -200
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200


Figure 27: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-66: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


20

10

o 0
S-10
^ -20
-30



30


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE


20
10
0
-10


1400








PALM BEACH:


. 2(

v 1(
z


S-2


-400-200


0 200 400


D (B)EDUNE

0

---
0 _- ----- -_ __ --- -- ---------


-20 i I ---I -- I -- I --I --I
-in ---


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH



---


-400 -200


200


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 28: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-69: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


R-69


S(A)CCCL

0

0
o --



0
0
0


600


800


1000


2(

r 1(
z

1 -I
Cd


1200


1400


. 20

v 0
o 0
-10

S-20
-30


_0


f


,,









PALM BEACH: R-72


-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


-liii' .5. 4 4 A & U


-400-200


(C)SBEACH


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


2 20

10-
z
o 0

- -10 -
- -20


-30L
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 29: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-72: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


30


20

t 10

0

-10

14 -20

-30


30

20

10

0

-10

-20
ele


(B)EDUNE



--

---^


(A)CCCL


--- -~-- )0


00









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-75


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE
30 -------


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(C)SBEACH



'-
"-.' .


-400-200


) 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


0 08 1 000 1 200 1400


Figure 30: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-75: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


30


20

10

0

-10

-20

-30


S20

t 10
z
0


w -20

-30



30

Q 20
ii)
10
z
0 0
S-1C
_ -2C


-3C


30


,- r


200










S(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-78


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


OU I


S20

o 10

S-0
" -10

S-20


(C)SBEACH


-30'L
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 31: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-78: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


0




0 ___
o -
o --
0 -


1 I I I I I I I


03


. 2(

14
0

E~-
- -2


20

10

0

-10

-20

-30


i=_\_


-400 -2


-nnL


30









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-81


Z 20


o 0

__0 --
g -10 ---- ^ = ^ ^ ----
H -2 -_ _


-30QL
-400-200


20

10

0

-10

-20

-30


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(C)SBEACH



~-..~


'2 20
-10
z
0 0
< -10
f -20


-30'
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 32: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-81: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


L I L I


00









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-84


' 20
S10
S1 0 ".

0 -_-- ------
-10

S--20
" -20 -------------- -- ----


-30' -
-400-200


(B)EDUNE


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(C)SBEACH


--400-200


0 200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000 1200


1400


Figure 33: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-84: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


30

20


o 0
S-1

- -2C

-3C


. 20
i1
v 10
z
0 0
E-

S-2C


00


-30


--










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-90


t + 4 4 4


- ____ A_____I_____ ___________ ____


-400-200


(B)EDUNE


0 200 400 600


->-CJ- 4


(C)SBEACH
301 T


200


400


600


800


800


1000


30 1400


1000 1200 1400


', 20

10
z
o 0

^ -10
S20-


-30 I
-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000


1200 1400


Figure 34: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-90: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


V

0

0

0

0--


I


OU


20

10

0

-10


-3L


- N.


I I I I I I I I


:I


-t.


I


-400 -2












cZ 2
2
v I(
z
0
E -_

'-2


0

0


0
0 ----------


(A)CCCL


-30L
-400-200


0



0
0 ..------------------



0
0 -----
0
01:_! ^Z:- -


(B)EDUNE


-30'L I
-400-200


20

10

0

-10


-3010 -20
-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-93


200


200


400


400


200 400
DISTANCE


600


800


1000


1200


600 800 1000 1200 1400


600
(feet)


800


1000


1200 1400


Figure 35: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-93: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


0l


2(
c-,
1(
z
o
-1
w.. -2


(C)SBEACH




-.-


4 4 4 I t


Q'









PALM BEACH: R-96


-400-200


(B)EDUNE


200


200


400


600


400 600


800


1000


800 1000


(C)SBEACH



->\


II i I I I I I


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800 1000 1200


1400


Figure 36: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-96: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


(A)CCCL


10

0

-10
-9n


-3C


* 2(
c)

z


-2
o


0




0
0
0 ------------ --- ---------------------


1200


1200


1400


1400


30

? 20

, 10
z
o 0
S-10
S-20


__


1


--


_3n0









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-99


O3


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


Figure 37: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-99: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


Z' 20
, 0

o 0

| -10

r- -20
-30


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE









-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14

-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


20
.4- 10
z

-10

" -20
-30


00


)0










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-102


U

0



0 -

0
0 ---~-^ ----- -- ---


-400-200


A-t A.AII


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE

20

10

o 0
10 ------
|0----~-----------------------------

r -20 --
---


S(C)SBEACH


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


20

v 10

0 C
E-0

w -2(


-30' L
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000


1200 1400


Figure 38: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-102: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


2 2(

' 1

o



"d -2


N


O3












? 20

- 10

0 0
S-10

r5 -20


(A)CCCL


-301 1
-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-105


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE






S-10 --- ^ < --
I 20



,-=

_ -10
l -20


-30 QL
-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 39: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-105: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


-~ .5. ________ L & fl ________ L L


1200 14


*? 20


z
o 0

-1C

S-2C

-3C


(C)SBEACH






=:::s^^==:N


L


/









PALM BEACH: R-108
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0o

10

20
QnI n


0 200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(C)SBEACH





3 __________________


0-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


00


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 40: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-108: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


-IJ)
0.
ci


0

i-I


-400-200


20

-- 10

o 0


,- -20
-30


.1 20

Zt 10
z
1 0
I -1C

S~-2C
-qr


"^









PALM BEACH: R-ll1
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0

10

20

30
-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


30 (B)EDUNE



10

0

10

20

30-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(C)SBEACH





-= ,-,


-400-200


U00 4UU 6UU
DISTANCE (feet)


Ouu


1UUU


00


'ir


1.UU Li*~U


Figure 41: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-111: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and. SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


c)


z
0
E-
E


? 20

S10
z
o 0

I-1C

-2C

-3C


w



I


--- ---










S(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-114


-__________ _____ _____ _____ __________ ___ _______
CI III
,anI IIr


-400-200


(B)EDUNE


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


0




0
0 -

0 ------
0 ----------------- ~ ~ ~_ -


-qnl I I I I I I _II


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


1200 1400


(C)SBEACH





-N E E


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000


I 14
1200 1400


Figure 42: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-114: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


O3


-10


O3


S21

S1(
z
0

E-1
- 2


30

20

'= 10
z
o 0

< -10

S-20


Z










30


S20

.- 10

o 0
E- 0
p: -10

. -20


-30


(A)CCCL


--400-2


PALM BEACH: R-117


200 400 600


800 1000


30 (B)EDUNE

20.

Z. 10

0

- --10

I -20


-R L


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


-30 1 1 1 I 1
-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400
DISTANCE (feet)




Figure 43: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-117: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


I I_ I I I I


1200


_ I. I I_ L t I I _


-400 -4













20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


PALM BEACH: R-120
(A)CCCL











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


30 (B)EDUNE

20

10

0

-10

20
.qR I


-400-200


200


400


600 800 1000


-400-200


0 20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 44: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-120: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


->
Q)



Z-


1200


1400


30



10

0
o 0

-10

- -20
-30


(C)SBEACH


)0


--


,,










(A)CCCL


-400-200


(B)EDUNE


-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-123


200


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


20

10

0

-1C

-2C
-nr


-400-200


20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


0 08 1 000 1 200 1400


Figure 45: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-123: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 2). Initial and final profiles.


20

. 10

o 0
b--
:~ -10

I -20


Z 20


10
0 0

" -10

S-20

-30


(C)SBEACH








i~ ~~ ~~ ------- - --- -


nrr


-RnL


--










(AccCCC.


PALM BEACH: R-126


30

S20

10
,-. 10

0
E-1
- -ic
--2(
c; -2C
-30



30

. 20
Q)
Q)
,-I 10

o 0
E-
*. -10

- -20


-30I___I
-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


30 (C)SBEACH

20

10
0o -

-10

-20
_'n- ---- ----- ----- -------- -------_-----


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000


1200


1400


Figure 46: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-126: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


I ------------------- --- -----__






-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE


---~----~----~-----~-----~--









PALM BEACH: R-129


ou
20

10

0"

-10-
0--n-


-qnL


-"400 -2


OU


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


(B)EDUNE


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


"~~ -- ~




-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


- 20

- 10
z
o 0

E-10

w -20


-30'-
-400 -200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 47: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-129: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


I I I I I I I


(C)SBEACH


(A)CCCL


---- -- -- 0


)0










S(A)CCCL


20

10

0

-1(

-2C

-3C


PALM BEACH: R-132


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14'


(C)SBEACH


'-N


-400-200


20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000


00


1200 1400


Figure 48: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-132: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


A _________________ A U ________________ J I I


ou


-400 -2


20
,
.. 10

0
E-
I -10

-20
-30


. 20
, 10
10
z
o 0

S -10

U -20


-30





--









PALM BEACH: R-135


U

0



0

0
0 -- ^ _...-----


- n I i I I I______________


200


400 600 800


1000 1200


-400-200


1400


(B)EDUNE




400200 0 200 400 60 80 1000 12 14






-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


20C


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800 1000


1200 1400


Figure 49: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-135: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


3


* 2
2



0


r


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


20

' 10
z
0 0

S-10

S-20

-30


S.

S.


--


(A)CCCL


00


3U









PALM BEACH:


R-138


1000 1200 1400


S 20

S10
o 0
0

I -10

- -20


-30'-0 -20
-400-200


20
S10

o 0
I-1
-10

r4 -20

-30


200


400


600


(C)SBEACH


__ 3 \ _______-__


-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


Figure 50: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-138: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


(B)EDUNE


I__


~.I. .J.


800


1000


1200


800


1000


1200


1400


--A









(A)CCCL


-400-200


PALM BEACH: R-141


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE
20
o10 0


I -210
I-20


'if' 1


i0


-400 -4


(C)SBEACH


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


l 10
z
I 0
S-10
S-20


-30'-
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200


Figure 51: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-141: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


20
10
0
-10
-lO l


SI i I Ir I__ _


__ __ __ N __ __ __


_I____ _


1400


__:4









PALM BEACH: R-144


20

10

0

-10
nr%


-30 -200


0 200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE


i ----------------------


)*


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30

20

1- 10

o 0

" -10

S-20


-30'
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000


1200 1400


Figure 52: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-144: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


(A)CCCL


lIltr____I


S20


- 10
o -20



Td-2C


Z


--;cll


(C)SBEACH




"--


-~--~--~--~------


- __F ___ -









PALM BEACH: R-147
S(A)CCCL



0 -

0




30 -0


0 200


400


600


800


1000


1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE

20 -

10

0

-10


-400-200


200


400


600 800 1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH

,-


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 53: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-147: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


:^ 1

0
E -

gI


Ltr ______ ____


2 20

^- 10
z
o 0
-10

-20
-30


-400-200


tR










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-150


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


,I (B)EDUNE


t ------~~..-- ---------,=::*





-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(C)SBEACH






N -
) ---------- ^ ^^ ^-< ^ --


-400-200


20C


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


0 08 1 000 1 200 1400


Figure 54: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-150: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


S20
')
.- 10

o 0

S -10

-1 -20


20

.t 10
0 0

i> -1C

Ia -20

-30



30


20

10

0

-1C

-2C
-nr


r


,,









PALM BEACH: R-153


(A)CCCL
30 ------


21 I I I [ I I I___ ___


-400-200


200


(B)EDUNE


-400-2


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


800


1000


1200


nfl


200 400 600


(C)SBEACH








) ------ ----- ....


-400-200


S4UU 0UU
DISTANCE (feet)


OUU


1UUU 10UU


14J*


Figure 55: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-153: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


20

10

0

-10


30

S20
CD
S10

0 0

: -10

" -20


I I I._ I I I L _


20


z
-10
I-1C

d -2C


,in


I


--nL


-30


20









PALM BEACH: R-156


0a


Z 2(

-1
Z

E -1
^ -2


0 -


0
0

0
0 _T^_____- -


(A)CCCL


-400-200


30

20

10

0

-10

-20
-

30


20
10
0

-1C

-2C
-.r


200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE



'--d


200 400 600


800


1000


1200 14


(C)SBEACH


y^ \


)~~ ----- ------------.=


-400-200


20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 56: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-156: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.



64


r\r\









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-159


ou


-30' 1
-400-200


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


20

10


-1C

-2C
_-qN


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 57: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-159: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C



30

20

10

0

-1C

-2C


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE






: -


(C)SBEACH








-- -
1 ~ ~ ~ \ ------ ,-- -- --------- ---


. --A









PALM BEACH: R-162


* 20

- 10
z
o 0
E-
S-10

1 -20
-30



30


200


400


600


(B)EDUNE


800


1000


1200 1400


) ----------- "~ '- ---

-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14C


(C)SBEACH


-400 -200


200


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 58: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-162: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


(A)CCCL


-400-200


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


30
3., 20

S10
z
0 0

I -1C
S-2C


(A)CCC


-3











S20
- 10

o 0
w -10
.1-20


PALM BEACH: R-165
(A)CCCL


-400-2


20
10
0
-10


200


400


600


800


(B)EDUNE


-400-200


30
20
10
0
-10
-20
-30


--400-200


200


200


400


400
DISTANCE


600


600
(feet)


800


800


1000 1200 1400


1000 1200 1400


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 59: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-165: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


--nfclll


(C)SBEACH



S.


-3n


--









PALM BEACH: R-168


S20

10
z
I 0
-10

S-20


-30' -
-400-200


20

10

0

-10

-20


-30


30

- 20



o 0


-Fr
4 0


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14


(C)SBEACH


/





) --------------------- ~________


-400-200


0 20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


DO


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 60: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-168: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


--- ---


--









PALM BEACH: R-171




10


10

20 -

30
-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14


(B)EDUNE











-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14<


S(C)SBEACH

0




0
0o -------- -- ^ ^----


~QAl ____ 1____1____J _ I __ __ I __ _


0 200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


4-4

0
I-
Ed
-1


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 61: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-171: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


00


20


S0

S-10

" -20


-30


S 1<
2



z
0
E-1
- 2


CI~A


-400-200


00


,,









(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-174


? 20

10
z
o 0
E-
; -1C
u -20


_ (C( SB:


EACH


_ I I I I I 1_


-400-200


J .1 J. _1_ 1 _


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE











-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14
-400--200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 62: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-174: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


)0


-30



30


20

- 10
z
o 0

W -1C

S-2C


-3C


30


20

S10
z
2 0
E-
S-10

S-20


V V V V


---


30


- ~--- ---


-RnL


--










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-177


20

*r 10
z
S0

-10

c -20

-3C



30


nl I I '-


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


(C)SBEACH



L_
"___ _- _._. _-_ .__ _


________ L _______ .i .L _______ .5. ________


-400-200


0 200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 63: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-177: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


t---h --





-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE








) ----------------- -^ ~ -


20

10

0

-1C

-2C


S20

S10
z
20
S-10

S-20


-30


>









PALM BEACH: R-180
(A)CCCL











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(
-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


30 (B)EDUNE



10

0

10 -

20 --

30 200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14
-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(C)SBEACH




,:^Z :XH:I_ _


) ----------------- ^ ^ -~-


-400 -200


.1i __ I I __ __LV


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


00


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 64: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-180: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


30

. 20

10
z
o 0
S-10

S-20


-30


.a

v1

0

Ed
w


" 20

.t 10

o 0
E-1C

-2C


I


00


-


,,









PALM BEACH: R-183
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0

-10

-20
#__-%


-400-200


0 200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


(B)EDUNE







-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000__ 10


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


30


?" 20
q)
S10
z
o 0

S-10

-20


-400-200


200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


v.%1"


800 1000 1200 1400


Figure 65: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-183: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 3). Initial and final profiles.


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


(C)SBEACH


O0


'


--


--n








PALM BEACH: R-186
o (A)CCCL



0
0
0 ----- ^ ^ -- -------


-20 --
on j I_____ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______-----


-JV-400-200


- 20
-=- 10
0 0

S-10

r1 -20


-30


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE










-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


30


20
10
0
-1C
-2C
-.q


-400-200


0 20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


01 00 1200 1400


Figure 66: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-186: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


-1


(C)SBEACH



____"^ __________________


^^









PALM BEACH: R-189
30 (A)CCCL

20

10

0--

10

20


-400-200


0 200


400


600


800


1000


(B)EDUNE





..-E-E



.


-400-200


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


0 200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000 120U 14UU


Figure 67: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-189: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


-I-



o
I-q
::


1200


1400


S20
,-
,- 10

2 0

" -10

r4 -20


-30



30


20

10

0

-1C

-2C
-q


^^









PALM BEACH: R-192
(A)CCCL



___^ ______ __ __ __ ____


' 20



o 0

S-10

-20


ou r


? 20

. 10
z
o 0
E-i
-10

S-20


-400-200


(B)EDUNE


-400-2


S20

S10
z
o 0

S-10

S-20

-30


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


(C)SBEACH


N^


-400-200


20C


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 68: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-192: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


.9. .9. *9* I $ I


I I I I I I I I


_1


-0nL









PALM BEACH: R-195


20

10

0

-10


:.11 -L _____ I. _____ ____ ____ __ I __


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200


1400


30 (B)EDUNE




30
? 20

: 10:


-20_---- --____----

-a -20


200


400


600


800


1000


1200


1400


-400-200


20C


400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 69: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-195: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


1"" 1 1 t t I


I I I I I I I I


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


""


(C)SBEACH


(A)CCCL


-400 -<


w


"-400 -2


-01L


--










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-198


20

10
0 ----
10--.--

0
-10 -- -_--

-20


200


200


400


400


600


600


800


800


1000 1200 1400


1000


1200


2


z
0
E-1

-2
0


-301L
-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800 1000 1200


Figure 70: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-198: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


i I


2 2
Q)
(1


2

w-


erIr,


S(B)EDUNE

0



0 ------.- -
0


0-
0 ------ = ----------


0 (C)SBEACH




0 ---- ----- .- --



0
o -------^ <----


1400


I


I


-400 -_


;4


v


-400 -4


lII










(A)CCCL


PALM BEACH: R-201


0





0


tUU I I I I i I I


:415 ..A.


-400 -_


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


30 (B)EDUNE



10
20



10--

20-

300
-400 -200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14'


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


00


.I


0 08 1 000 1200 1400


Figure 71: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-201: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


-1


z
0
I-

E -
Ci


' 20

,. 10
z
0 0

S-10

S-20


-3C


w


--- ~---


d


---


)









PALM BEACH:


R-204


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE


-400-200


(C)SBEACH


-4UU -40UU


200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


4UU
DISTANCE


tUU
(feet)


IUUU


1 UU


14UU


Figure 72: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-204: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


(MAcccr.


20

10

0

- 10
o 0
6 -I0


-30


OU


- 20

v 10

0 0

C4 -10

I -20

-30


OU


. 20

O 10

0 0
1-,
-10

S-20

-30


, \A r n


)0


iUUL


oUU


r r









PALM BEACH: R-207


30

20

10

0

-10

-20

-30


S(B)EDUNE
30 1 1


20

10

0

-10

-20


-30


-400-200


200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


-400-200


200 400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


1000


1200 1400


Figure 73: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-207: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


1000 1200 1400


20

10

0

-10

-20


-30


(C)SBEACH



N\ ,


4


>










S(A)CCCL
30 ----


20

10

0

-1I

-20

-30


30

20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


PALM BEACH: R-210


i- -




-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(B)EDUNE












-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


DO


30

* 20

S10
z
o 0

S-10

-20
--n


(C)SBEACH


-400-200


20(


0 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000 1ZUU 14UU


Figure 74: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-210: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


c



..


"^









(A)CCCL


20

10

0
10 -\--

-10 ------

-20


-30'L '
-400-200


20

10

0

-1C

-2C

-3C


? 20
, 10

o 0
- -02
I-20


PALM BEACH: R-213


0 200


400


600


800 1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14'


(C)SBEACH



/ \_


n 1 I I I. I .I


-400-200


0 200 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


Figure 75: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-213: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


00


800


1000


1200


1400


-








PALM BEACH: R-216


20
10
0
-10


-301
-400-200


O3U


20
10
0
-10
-20
-30


- 20
10
0 0
-10
S-20


-30


0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 141


(C)SBEACH

,A


__^--~-_.__"___._._


-400-200


20(


0 400 600
DISTANCE (feet)


800


1000 1200 1400


Figure 76: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-216: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.



84


-4ul i i I I t I I i


(A)CCCL


(B)EDUNE


30









PALM BEACH: R-219
(A)CCCL











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


-400-200


200


400 600 800 1000 1200 1400


(C)SBEACH






-\N


-400-200


20C


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


800


01 00 1200 1400


Figure 77: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-219: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


S20

S10
z
9 0
i* -10

I -20

-30


(B)EDUNE
301 1


20

o 10
0

I -10

.a -20
-30


20
10

0

-1C

-2C
--r


I

z


30


"^









PALM BEACH: R-222
(A)CCCL



|


-400-200


200


400


600


800


1000 1200 1400


(B)EDUNE





-40 -





-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14(


(C)SBEACH


I A____________ _____________________I_____


-400-200


0 20(


400
DISTANCE


600
(feet)


N


800


1UUU 14UU 140U


Figure 78: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-222: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


20

10
0
-1C
-2C
Qr


30
- 20
.. 10
o 0
0

. -10
I -20


-30



30


-10
-20
--n -


,,








PALM BEACH:


-30Q
-400-200


0 200


400


R-225


600


800


1000


1200


(B)EDUNE











-400-200 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14<


(C)SBEACH







) 3n
-sn\

(~~~~~ ~ ~ ~~~~ ------------ ----- S- ---- ------------------------------


--400 -200


200 4UU t60
DISTANCE (feet)


OUU


An


0 001 1 200 1400


Figure 79: Palm Beach County, (DNR) profile R-225: Predictions of the CCCL, EDUNE
and SBEACH models. Wave height = 10 feet, wave period = 12 sec, time-varying storm
surge: transectt 4). Initial and final profiles.


~ 20

s- 10

o 0
E-
" -10

E -20


(A)CCCL

I I I i I I I


--\


_____ ____I 1 _____ ____ ____ ____


A A A A. A.


. 20

"- 10
0 0

I' -10

,4 -20


-30


' 20

S10

0 0
-12
1-3 _p


30


--- ~---


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