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Internal stratigraphy in modern beaches was described from trenches established on Sapelo Island, Georgia and compared with the internal stratigraphy from Pleistocene beaches.
(30) Hoyt, J.H. and J.R. Hails. 1967. Pleistocene shoreline sediments in coastal Georgia: Depositional and Modification. Science, 155:1541-1543.
Pleistocene and Holocene sediments were compared with shoreline morphology in coastal Georgia to describe six major Pleistocene shorelines below 100 feet in elevation.
(31) Hoyt, J.H., V.J. Henry Jr. and R.J. Weimer. 1968. Age of Late-Pleistocene Shoreline Deposits, Coastal Georgia. In: R. B Morrison and H.E. Wright, Jr. (eds.) Means of Correlation of Quaternary Successions. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, p. 381-393.
Radiocarbon dating of shoreline sediments from coastal Georgia was used to correlate glacier development with sea-level position.
(32) Hulbert, R.C. and A.E. Pratt. 1998. New Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) Vertebrate Faunas From Coastal Georgia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 18:412-429
Describes and identifies several Pleistocene fossils found at back barrier locations in Coastal Georgia.
(33) Jol, H.M., D.G. Smith and R.A. Meyers. 1996. Digital Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR): A New Geophysical Tool for Coastal Barrier Research (Examples from the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Coasts, U.S.A.). Journal of Coastal Research, 12:960-968.
Ground penetrating radar is described as a new tool for stratigraphic studies of coastal barrier islands. Applications from several locations, including coastal Georgia, are described.