Spatial data analysis of artifacts redeposited by coastal erosion

a case study of McFadden Beach, Texas
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Statementby Melanie J. Stright, Eileen M. Lear, James F. Bennett.
SeriesOCS study
ContributionsLear, Eileen M., Bennett, James F.
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LC ClassificationsE78.T4 S86 1999
The Physical Object
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LC Control Number00300165

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Spatial data analysis of artifacts redeposited by coastal erosion. SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTS REDEPOSITED BY COASTAL EROSION: A CASE STUDY OF MCFADDIN BEACH, TEXAS BY Melanie J.

Stright ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to test the proposition that significant archaeological information can be extracted from a secondary deposit of artifacts found along a rapidly eroding coastline.

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Minerals Management Service OCS Study MMS2. PUB Geologic Time Scale - Missouri Department Of - DNR Missouri Geological Survey fact sheet number 11 Halmich began collecting artifacts in east-central Missouri. would like to visualise erosion predictions and analyse their implications, including possible responses, by integrating with other spatial datasets (e.g., land use) for impact estimation and decision support.

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US Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service. The initial irregularity may be caused by a wide variety of events such as the bulge from an ephemeral stream delta, the material from the collapse of a sea cliff, erosion or accretion associated with convergence and divergence of wave energy over an offshore bar, erosion.

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It poses a problem when it threatens to destroy human life and property. In identifying the problems of erosion. Spatial data analysis of artifacts redeposited by coastal erosion: a case study of McFaddin Beach, T.

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Stright, Melanie J., Eileen M. Lear, and James F. Bennett Spatial Data Analysis of Artifacts Redeposited by Coastal Erosion: A Case Study of McFaddin Beach, Texas. US Department of. datum (Gauss-Boaga Roma40), so a reconstruction of the coastal evolution from to is obtained.

Keywords: coastal erosion, GIS, historical maps, high resolution remote sensed images, accuracy. 1 Introduction In Europe, every year, an area of about 15 km2 is lost or seriously impacted by erosion.

South Carolina Coastal Erosion Study, Data Report for Observations, October - April Data Processing Data processing was conducted using the proprietary software for each instrument, and (or) specialized software developed by the USGS.

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Dundas, David J. Lewis. This data release contains four data files that were used to evaluate the conditions during which erosion occurred and the magnitude of erosional events. A single shapefile contains shoreline positions for five sites measured during the beginning and end of the project and projected shoreline positions based on the observed erosion.

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The data for this map is located on the CoastalGIS website under Coastal Data .that expected EO data cannot be used to detect change in coastal erosion and accretion with sufficient certainty.

Assuming that the accuracy of the KOMPSAT-3 derived tidal level for the File Size: 2MB.Coastal erosion is the natural process through which the sea alters the shape of the coastline and causes a landward retreat. There are four types of coastal erosion: hydraulic action, abrasion, attrition and corrosion/solution.

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