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wastewater disposal strategies. Several alternatives are discussed for disposal to be environmentally satisfactory.


Booth, R.K., F.J. Rich, G.A. Bishop and N.A. Brannen. 1999. Evolution of a freshwater barrier island marsh in coastal Georgia, USA. Wetlands, 19:570-577.

A sediment core taken from a freshwater pond on St. Catherines Island, Georgia was examined in order to reconstruct the paleoecology of the wetland. The palynology of the core demonstrates that the site had experienced several depositional environments during its formation.


*Brown, D.P., 1984. Impact of development on availability and quality of ground water in eastern Nassau County, Florida and southeastern Camden County, Georgia, U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigation Report 83-4190, 113 p.

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Bryson, H.C. 1988. Groundwater Management on Barrier Islands, Coastal Water Resources. Proceedings of a symposium held in Wilmington, NC. American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, Maryland, p. 561-573.

Groundwater problems associated with Atlantic coast barrier islands are discussed with case studies of specific locations and recommendations towards development.


Bush, P.W. 1988. Simulation of saltwater movement in the Floridan Aquifer System, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina: U.S. Geological Survey, Water- Supply Paper 2331, 19 p.

Pre-development, recent, and future groundwater flow were modeled to simulate saltwater intrusion patterns on the north end of Hilton Head Island.


Clark, J.R., M.A. Lewis and A.S. Pait. 1993. Pesticide inputs and risks in coastal wetlands. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 12:2225-2233.

This paper discusses laboratory and field studies in which pesticide impact to coastal wetlands was assessed. Specific examples are provided from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.


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