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Geomorphic response-type model for barrier coastlines: a regional perspective
Based on quantitative documentation of historical changes in shoreline position between 1847 and 1991, eight geomorphic response-types were established for classifying megascale changes along barrierExpand
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Mapping Barrier Island Changes in Louisiana: Techniques, Accuracy, and Results
Changes in shoreline position along Louisiana's rapidly changing barrier coastline were compiled using cartographic data sources and aerial photography from 1855 to 1989. An interactive computerExpand
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Accuracy Standards and Development of a National Shoreline Change Data Base
Data associated with mapping shoreline position provides baseline information used by scientists, managers, and planners for quantitative assessment of historical trends and prediction of futureExpand
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Long-Term Shoreline Change of the Chandeleur Islands Barrier System, Louisiana: 1855 to 1989
The Chandeleur Islands are the largest barrier island system along the Mississippi River delta plain, and are characterized by low-profile, washover-dominated barriers that are rapidly migratingExpand
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Large-scale sediment transport patterns on the continental shelf and influence on shoreline response: St. Andrew Sound, Georgia to Nassau Sound, Florida, USA
Abstract Regional sediment transport patterns on the continental shelf seaward of Cumberland Island, Georgia and Amelia Island, Florida are documented using historical shoreline position andExpand
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Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network, year two final report
The purpose of the Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network (LCGISN) is to identify and capture geographical material and consolidate it into an easily retrievable form, despiteExpand
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Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network; alpha version 0.1, year three final report
Average shoreline retreat rates in excess of 10 m/yr and land loss rates of about 100 km2/yr are common for the Mississippi River delta and chenier plains. These changes have immense environmental,Expand