Cyclical Evolution of a Modern Transgressive Sand Barrier in Northwestern Spain Elucidated by GPR and Aerial Photos

@inproceedings{Costas2006CyclicalEO,
  title={Cyclical Evolution of a Modern Transgressive Sand Barrier in Northwestern Spain Elucidated by GPR and Aerial Photos},
  author={Susana Costas and Irene Alejo and Fernando I. Rial and Henrique Lorenzo and Miguel {\'A}ngel Nombela},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract The internal structure of a modern baymouth barrier is analyzed in detail, including its historical evolution and the factors controlling it. Historical evolution was reconstructed using available aerial photographs from 1956 to 2003. Detailed geophysical data were acquired using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and analyzed along with airphotos to reconstruct the recent evolution of a barrier located in northwestern Spain. The GPR data reveal the internal architecture of the barrier… CONTINUE READING

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