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There has been a significant and sustained growth in port and terminal infrastructure in recent years to accommodate the changes in container, oil, gas (LPG and LNG), bulk and other general cargo trade. Many of these new build ports and terminals require long, deep navigation channels through shallow water to allow access. Deep channels can have a significant effect on the propagation of waves and it is important to consider this interaction at an early stage of design and the consequences fordoi:10.1680/cien.2010.163.5.49 fatcat:a5fancor4nasrfy7eff6txpgzu