Katerina Kombiadou
Katerina Kombiadou
University of Algarve, CIMA
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Storm surges in the Mediterranean Sea: Variability and trends under future climatic conditions
YS Androulidakis, KD Kombiadou, CV Makris, VN Baltikas, YN Krestenitis
Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans 71, 56-82, 2015
Climate change effects on the marine characteristics of the Aegean and Ionian Seas
C Makris, P Galiatsatou, K Tolika, C Anagnostopoulou, K Kombiadou, ...
Ocean Dynamics 66, 1603-1635, 2016
Modelling the effects of Zostera noltei meadows on sediment dynamics: application to the Arcachon lagoon
K Kombiadou, F Ganthy, R Verney, M Plus, A Sottolichio
Ocean dynamics 64, 1499-1516, 2014
Modelling the cohesive sediment transport in the marine environment: the case of Thermaikos Gulf
YN Krestenitis, KD Kombiadou, YG Savvidis
Ocean Science 3 (1), 91-104, 2007
Bridging the gap between resilience and geomorphology of complex coastal systems
K Kombiadou, S Costas, AR Carrasco, TA Plomaritis, ” Ferreira, A Matias
Earth-science reviews 198, 102934, 2019
Impacts of human interventions on the evolution of the Ria Formosa barrier island system (S. Portugal)
K Kombiadou, A Matias, ” Ferreira, AR Carrasco, S Costas, T Plomaritis
Geomorphology 343, 129-144, 2019
Interannual variability of the physical characteristics of North Thermaikos Gulf (NW Aegean Sea)
YN Krestenitis, KD Kombiadou, YS Androulidakis
Journal of Marine Systems 96, 132-151, 2012
Exploring foredune growth capacity in a coarse sandy beach
S Costas, LB de Sousa, K Kombiadou, ” Ferreira, TA Plomaritis
Geomorphology 371, 107435, 2020
Severe weather events and sea level variability over the Mediterranean Sea: the WaveForUs operational platform
Y Krestenitis, I Pytharoulis, TS Karacostas, Y Androulidakis, C Makris, ...
Perspectives on Atmospheric Sciences, 63-68, 2017
Past and future marsh adaptation: Lessons learned from the Ria Formosa lagoon
AR Carrasco, K Kombiadou, M Amado, A Matias
Science of the Total Environment 790, 148082, 2021
Operational oceanographic platform in Thermaikos Gulf (Greece): forecasting and emergency alert system for public use
Y Krestenitis, K Kombiadou, Y Androulidakis, C Makris, V Baltikas, ...
36th IAHR World Congress 28, 2015
Simulating destructive and constructive morphodynamic processes in steep beaches
K Kombiadou, S Costas, D Roelvink
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 9 (1), 86, 2021
Effective mussel-farming governance in Greece: Testing the guidelines through models, to evaluate sustainable management alternatives
ZI Konstantinou, K Kombiadou, YN Krestenitis
Ocean & Coastal Management 118, 247-258, 2015
Numerical modelling of storm surges in the Mediterranean Sea under climate change
CV Makris, YS Androulidakis, YN Krestenitis, KD Kombiadou, VN Baltikas
Proceedings of the 36th IAHR World Congress, The Hague, 2015
Fine sediment transport model for river influenced microtidal shelf seas with application to the Thermaikos Gulf (NW Aegean Sea)
K Kombiadou, YN Krestenitis
Continental Shelf Research 36, 41-62, 2012
Coastal ridge constructive processes at a multi‐decadal scale in Barreta Island (southern Portugal)
X Herrero, S Costas, K Kombiadou
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (2), 411-423, 2020
Towards assessing the resilience of complex coastal systems: examples from Ria Formosa (South Portugal)
K Kombiadou, A Matias, R Carrasco, ” Ferreira, S Costas, G Vieira
Journal of Coastal Research, 646-650, 2018
Modeling storm surges in the Mediterranean Sea under the A1B climate scenario
Y Krestenitis, Y Androulidakis, K Kombiadou, C Makris, V Baltikas
Proc. 12th International Conference on Meteorology, Climatology and†…, 2014
Simulating the fate of mechanically eroded masses in the Thermaikos Gulf
K Kombiadou, YΝ Krestenitis
Continental Shelf Research 31 (7-8), 817-831, 2011
Barrier island resilience assessment: Applying the ecological principles to geomorphological data
K Kombiadou, A Matias, S Costas, AR Carrasco, TA Plomaritis, ” Ferreira
Catena 194, 104755, 2020
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