This paper discusses the barrier island, lagoon and marsh complex found along the U.S. east coast between Long Island, New York and Miami, Florida.
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This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the geology of Chatham County, Georgia.
(20) Henry, V.J., Jr. and W.J. Fritz. 1985. Coastal Processes and Barrier Island Development, Jekyll Island, Georgia. Georgia Geological Society, 20th Annual Field Trip.
This field trip guidebook provides detailed information regarding the geology and physical processes associated with 11 locations around Jekyll Island, Georgia.
(21) Henry, V.J., C. Alexander and J. Crawford. 1996. Guidebook to the Mesotidal Barrier, Back Barrier and Inlet Environments of Sapelo Island, Georgia. International Association of Sedimentologists conference guidebook, Tidalites ’96.
This field trip guidebook provides information about the geologic setting of coastal Georgia, and the physical processes affecting the coast. Specific information is presented for locations on Sapelo Island, Georgia.
(22) Herrick, S.M. 1965. A Subsurface Study of Pleistocene Deposits in Coastal Georgia. Georgia Geological Survey, Information Circular 31.
Pleistocene deposits were examined from well cuttings taken in 28 coastal Georgia counties. The data describes a general dip in the deposit toward the coast with the thickest deposit found in southeastern Charlton and Camden counties.
(23) Hill, R.L. 1966. Pleistocene Terraces in Georgia. Masters Thesis, University of Florida. Tallahassee.
Pleistocene age coastal terraces in Georgia were reviewed and examined with regard to the origin of these depositional features.
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