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Breakwaters in a series can be employed to protect sedimentary coasts. They are used to protect newly reclaimed land along the southeast coast of Singapore; they act as headlands between which sand beaches are formed. The development of these beaches takes place under conditions of low energy waves, a predominant wave direction from the southeast and an east-west littoral drift. The characteristics and development of three beaches over a one-year period are presented. Surveys of the reclaimeddoi:10.9753/icce.v14.82 fatcat:zdylrrsiyzd6jhglx6542ylyyu