A brief description of humate soil layers present throughout the coastal plain of the southeastern United States.
(52) Veross, V.A., 1980. Supratidal and Intertidal Shell Deposits in a Back-Barrier Environment, Wassaw Sound, Chatham County, Georgia. Masters Thesis, University of Texas, Austin.
This study provides a detailed analysis of the components and formation of shell deposits near Wassaw and Cabbage Islands, Georgia.
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(54) Woolsey, J.R., V.J. Henry and J.L. Hunt. 1975. Backshore Heavy-Mineral Concentration on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 45:280-284.
Depositional processes involved with the concentration of heavy mineral were studied on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Moderate surf energy and aeolian processes were found to be the most efficient.
(55) Ziegler, J.M. 1959. Origin of the Sea Islands of the southeastern United States. Georgia Review, 49:222-237.
The southeastern coast between Winyah Bay, South Carolina and the Florida border were described and studied in terms of possible processes that may have formed the coastal islands. Islands along this area of the coast were characterized as either erosion remnant islands, marsh islands, or beach-ridge islands.
Barnhart, E.L. 1992. Effluent disposal in a pristine environment. Water Science and Technology, 25:23-32.
Wastewater treatment problems on South Carolina barrier islands are an increasing concern as coastal populations continue to grow. Fripp Island, Hunting Island, and Harbor Island are described and compared for various treatment techniques and for