(200) Hayes, M.O. 1978. Development of Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Coastal Sediments ’77: Fifth Symposium of the Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Division of ASCE. Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY (USA). p. 828-847.
As a possible model for barrier island development, Kiawah Island, South Carolina was evaluated pre-development for the ecological features and coastal processes of the island. Areas of the island designated as ecologically sensitive and areas designated as having a high risk of erosion were excluded from the development plan.
(201) Hillestad, H.O., J.R. Bozeman, A.S. Johnson, C.W. Berisford. 1975. The ecology of the Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden County, Georgia. National Park Service Technical Report No. 75-5, May 1975. 299 p. SG 04-5-158-4, NPS 1910P21157.
The ecology of Cumberland Island, Georgia is described in a comprehensive text summarizing several research projects.
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(203) Jack McCormick & Associates. 1971. Amelia Island, Nassau County, Florida: A Preliminary Ecological Inventory, with recommendations for protection of the native animal and plant population in an area to be developed as a new community. A Report to The Amelia Island Company, Fernandina Beach, Florida. Prepared for Wallace, McHarg, Robert and Todd, Inc.
Prior to the development of Amelia Island, Florida detailed investigations were conducted by natural scientists to provide guidelines and recommendations for the application of sound ecological principles for this specific site.
(204) Johnson, A.S., H.O. Hillestad, S.F. Shanholzter and G.F. Shanholzter. 1974. An ecological survey of the coastal region of Georgia, National Park Service Science Monograph Number 3. Washington, D.C.
The ecology of the Georgia and South Carolina coast are presented in a comprehensive format examining features over a wide range of scales.