A detailed study of the subsurface stratigraphy of Cumberland Island, Georgia for use in planning and applied management of the island.
(40) Moslow, T.F. 1980. Stratigraphy of Mesotidal Barrier Islands. PhD Dissertation (Abstract), University of South Carolina.
Data from sediment cores taken on Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, South Carolina was analyzed to provide a model for Holocene barrier island growth.
(41) Noakes, J.E. and B.L. Brandau. 1974. University of Georgia radiocarbon dates III. Radiocarbon, 16:131-141.
A collection of radiocarbon dates from several areas around Sapelo Island, Georgia. Locations are given descriptively and with latitude and longitude coordinates.
(42) Oertel, G.F. and M. Larsen. 1976. Developmental sequences in Georgia coastal dunes and dune plants. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Sciences, 34:35-48.
Coastal morphology and vegetation patterns are described for Pleistocene and Holocene beach complexes in Georgia.
(43) P.E. LaMoreaux & Associates, Inc. 1984. Geomorphic Analysis of Subsidence at Sea Island, Georgia. PELA File No. 452900 Prepared for The Sea Island Company, The Board of Directors of the Sea Island Property Owners Association and The Environmental Committee of the Sea Island Property Owners Association. P.E. LaMoreaux & Associates, Inc. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Shoreline change and subsidence on Sea Island, Georgia were studied to determine which factors were most significant. Excessive withdrawal of groundwater, erosion and accretion of shoreline, decreased sediment influx, sea level rise, and shifting longshore currents are the most important variables affecting the shoreline of the island.
(44) *Rigdon, T.A. and A.J. Green. 1980. Soil Survey of Camden and Glynn Counties, Georgia. U..S.A. Soil Conservation Service. 82 p.
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(45) Sexton, W.J. and M.O. Hayes. 1996. Holocene deposits of reservoir-quality sand along the central South Carolina coastline. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 80:831-855.