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Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 13, 4987–4999, 2021
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Data description paper
28 Oct 2021
Data description paper | 28 Oct 2021

Laboratory data on wave propagation through vegetation with following and opposing currents

Zhan Hu et al.

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The process of wave attenuation in vegetation is important as it is related to the coastal protection service of these coastal ecosystems. In intertidal environments, waves often propagate into vegetation fields with underlying tidal currents, but the effect of these currents on the wave attenuation is often overlooked, and the relevant dataset is rarely available. Here, we present a dataset of wave propagation through vegetation with following and opposing currents to assist further studies.