Long-term beach response at Ocean Beach, Fire Island, New York, October 1981 through January 1986
PublisherMarine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook University
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New York Community Trust.
Bay Shore High School.
Coast changes -- New York (State) -- Fire Island (Island) -- Juvenile fiction.
each erosion -- New York (State) -- Fire Island (Island) -- Juvenile fiction.
Ocean Beach (N.Y.)
Abstractfrom the conclusions, "Over the past 4.3 years more than 800 profiles have been made at stations along the beach in the Village of Ocean Beach, Fire Island, New Yorh. From the analysis of these data our principal conclusions are. . .Beach changes. . .Patterns of variation. . .Long-term trends. . .Erosion and accretion. . .Extreme events: Hurricane Gloria. . ."
Description43 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references.
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