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INTRODUCTION

This semi-annotated bibliography is a revision of the report “A Bibliography of Barrier Island Studies Applicable to Georgia Back-Barrier Islands”, submitted to the Georgia Coastal Zone Management Program in June 2004. The database is substantially the same as that of the earlier report, although several of the original references have been removed as not pertinent upon a more careful reading and several new references have been added. The annotated entries are intended only to provide enough information so that users can determine if a reference is pertinent to and worth acquiring for a given investigation.

The literature in this report is divided into four groups: Geology, Hydrology, Biology and Ecology/Miscellaneous. Copies or originals of most documents listed are held at the Georgia Southern University Applied Coastal Research Laboratory. The Georgia Southern University Library and Skidaway Institute Library house a few materials as indicated. We were not able to acquire a small number of potentially useful items that are denoted with an asterisk (*).

CONTENTS

  • 1)

    Geology…………………………………………………………………. 1

  • 2)

    Hydrology………………………………………………………………. 11

  • 3)

    Biology…………………………………………………………………. 20

  • 4)

    Ecology/Miscellaneous………………………………………………… 35

Geology

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Bartholomew, M.J., F.J. Rich, A.E. Whitaker, S.E. Lewis, B.M. Brodie and A.A. Hill. 2000. Preliminary Interpretation of Fracture Sets in Upper Pleistocene and Tertiary Strata of the Lower Coastal Plain in Georgia and South Carolina. A Compendium of Field Trips of South Carolina Geology. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey, p.17-27.

Data collected from coastal South Carolina and Georgia on directional orientation of fracture sets was used to describe the regional contemporary stress field.

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