Eli Lazarus

I enjoy using field observations, laboratory experiments, and numerical modelling to investigate how and why landscapes change. Drawing on conceptual and quantitative tools from complexity science, my research examines feedbacks, pattern formation, and self-organized phenomena in Earth-surface systems.

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Adding up the change: capturing the cumulative effects of dynamic shorelines part of Vignettes:Vignette Collection
Dynamic as sandy shorelines are, some changes in shoreline morphology last longer than others. Visit a beach before and after a stormy weekend and you can appreciate the volume of sand that an energetic weather ...

Beach replenishment on developed shorelines: a coupled human–landscape system part of Vignettes:Vignette Collection
Beach replenishment (also called "beach nourishment") is an engineering strategy commonly used on sandy shorelines where erosion threatens coastal property and infrastructure. The process involves ...