Research Publications for Shaw T Mead

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  • Black, K. P., Mead, S., Mccomb, P., Jackson, A., & Armstrong, K. (1999). New Plymouth City Foreshore Redevelopment: Reef and Beach Feasability Study. Hamilton: CECOMG, Uni. of Waikato and NIWA.

  • Mead, S. (1999). An artificial surfing reef for the Mount. Coastal News, September, 7.

  • Hutt, J., Black, K., & Mead, S. (1998). Characterisation of the degree of surfing difficulty for artificial reef design. In Joint Conference New Zealand Marine Sciences Society and Australasian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany. Conference held at Dunedin.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). Reef construction: bags, boulders or building rubble?. New Zealand Surfing, Jan/Feb, -.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). On waves, energy and bottles of coke. New Zealand Surfing, Mar/April, 23.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). Wavebending and the search for the perfect point break. New Zealand Surfing, July/Aug, 22.

  • Black, K., Rennie, H. G., Mead, S., & Makgill, R. (1998). An artificial offshore reef at Tay Street - Mount Maunganui beach: resource consent application and annexes 1, 2, 3A and 3B. Hamilton: Artificial Reefs Program, University of Waikato.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). The virtual reality of computer modelling. New Zealand Surfing, May/June, 25.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). An artificial reef at Tay Street, Mount Maunganui Beach. Report 1: Reef design and physical and biological processes. Hamilton: Earth Sciences, University of Waikato.

  • Mead, S., Black, K., & Hutt, J. (1998). Correct combinations of large-scale intra-reef components produce world-class surfing breaks. In Joint Conference New Zealand Marine Sciences Society and Australasian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany. Conference held at Dunedin.


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