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Coastal Accretion and Erosion in Southwest Washington

Publication number Date Published
78-012January 1978
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Author(s) James B. Phipps & John M. Smith
Description The purpose of this report is to describe approximately 100 years of changes in the shorelines, and with the historical perspective, reflect on some of the factors that may have been responsible for the observed changes.
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Keywords Coastal Accrection and Erosion, accretion , Coastal Zone Management, sand, erosion study, shorelines, beach, shoreline, erosion, coastal erosion
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Coastal Accretion and Erosion in Southwest Washington: 1977-1987