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Erosion and migration of an artificial sand and gravel island, Niakuk III, Beaufort Sea, Alaska
Peter W. Barnes
|Statement||Peter Barnes and Thomas Reiss|
|Series||Open-file report -- 82-608, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-608|
|Contributions||Reiss, Thomas E, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
The rise in temperature is also quickly melting glaciers. This is causing the sea level to rise faster than organisms can adapt to it. The rising sea erodes beaches more quickly. In the Chesapeake Bay area in the eastern United States, it is estimated that a rise in sea level of 8 to 10 centimeters (3 to 4 inches) will cause enough erosion toFile Size: 53KB. Author of The Alaskan Beaufort Sea, House Mouse, Senate Mouse, A "Mice" way to learn about government, Woodrow, the White House mouse, Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse - A Tail of the U.S. Supreme Court, Sediment content of nearshore fast ice, Fall , Beaufort Sea, Alaska, Where's Nat? A Nat, Nat, the Natucket Cat Adventure, Erosion and migration of an artificial sand and gravel island.
Erosion-•the process by which wind, water, ice, or gravity transports soil and sediment from one location to another. The 5 Agents of Erosion and Deposition 1. Surface/running water 2. Ocean waves 3. Wind 4. Ice 5. Gravity. 1. or exposed ridges of sand, gravel, or shell matter •When they are connected to . The ice should stall Napakiak’s erosion for a few months until spring breakup. While the erosion takes a hiatus, the community is taking action. “We’re making plans to move a couple homes, hopefully this winter, and two other buildings here that belong to the city." Slats explained. "Hopefully the erosion doesn’t beat us.".
According to, the Beaufort Sea coast has an erosion rate of m/a, while Herschel Island had an erosion rate of m/a during and (Lantuit & Pollard, ). Keywords: erosion, shoreline retreat, sea level rise, barrier islands, beach, coastal management, shoreline armoring, seawalls, sand supply Contents 1. Introduction 2. Causes of Erosion Sea Level Rise Sand Supply Shoreline Engineering Wave Energy and Storm Frequency 3. "Special" Cases 4. Solutions to Coastal Erosion 5. The File Size: KB.
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EROSION AND MIGRATION OF AN ARTIFICIAL SAND AND GRAVEL ISLAND, NIAKUK III, BEAUFORT SEA, ALASKA; USGS Open-File Report9 pages. RU P.W., E. Reimnitz, D. Drake, RATES OF ICE GOUGING AND SEDIMENT REWORKING, BEAUFORT SEA, ALASKA; In: Environmental Assessment of the Alaskan Continental Shelf, Quarterly Reports, July-September.
Coastal erosion, global sea‐level rise, and the loss of sand dune plant habitats Rusty A. Feagin Spatial Sciences Laboratory, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station and Department of Forest Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (E-mail: [email protected]).
forests and trees provide some coastal protection and that the clearing of coastal forests and trees has increased the vulnerability of coasts to erosion (Figure ) — such as in Viet Nam (Mazda et al., ; Cat et al., ), Malaysia (Othman, ), Indonesia (Bird and Ongkosongo, ; Nurkin, ; Tjardana, ), Sri Lanka (Samarayanke, ), India (Malini and Rao, ;File Size: KB.
the offshore reserves of beach sand may be swept over the edge of the island shelf into deep water – gone forever. Beach recovery can also be inhibited by poor beach management, such as removing protective seagrass beds, mining beach sand and constructing the wrong kind of hardened sea defences such as seawalls and groynes.
unconsolidated sand, gravel, and/or cobble, which may be moved by waves and wind. Beaches act as natural barriers between waves and upland features, such as dunes.
The wider and higher the beach, the more wave energy is dissipated before reaching the shoreline. Effects of Erosion and Accretion on Coastal Landforms.
shoreline evolution or re-alignment, sea-level rise and catastrophic geohazards in the coastal zone. Human-induced causes include beach sand extraction, the effects of sand-trapping structures and the reclamation of shorefront land, and the construction of seawalls.
Each of these causes of erosion is briefly reviewed for Pacific island shorelines. Napakiak City Council Member Walter Nelson shows where year by year, more of Napakiak’s land has been washed away by the Kuskokwim River.
The river eroded 82 feet of land between and December 3, Chapter 9 Beach Erosion and Loss 3 sustain the environment. After all, sand is the lifeblood of beaches. However, migrating upward and landward through space and time does create a huge problem for buildings and roads built too close to the shoreline.
And therein lies the rub – protecting the land with a seawall will lead to beach Size: KB. Coastal erosion, as a result of rising sea levels and the increased frequency of storms, is destroying archaeological sites across the globe.
In this article, researchers from the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute and Bournemouth University examine the impacts of coastal erosion in Easter Island. The ahu (platforms), with their moai (statues). Sea erosion is a big problem on Ghana's Atlantic coast, as the BBC's Thomas Naadi found when he visited a village whose school has been swallowed up by the sea.
The Rigboland sand sea contains a wide range of desert and arid landforms and aeolian features, including alluvial fans, sand dunes with different Cited by: Site Description; Description: SIGNIFICANCE AND CHARACTER OF GLACIOFLUVIAL LANDSCAPES IN N. IRELAND: Glaciofluvial sand and gravel landscapes occupy fairly discrete tracts of generally well-drained land formed by glacial meltwater sorting of glacial debris during melting of the last ice sheet in Northern Ireland between ~22 and ~14ka B.P.
(McCabe, ). Accretion, Erosion and Avulsion. By John C. Armentano on June is the term which applies to the gradual increase or acquisition of land by the action of natural forces washing up sand, soil or silt from the water course or seashore. while any removal of land due to the gradual effects of erosion or sea level rising becomes lost by the.Amoco Oil Co.,Petrographic analysis of eleven samples from the upper Tertiary-age Navarin basin, Nancy Well #1 (API: ), Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Materials Center Data Reportp.A study of MICP for internal erosion control in sand-clay mixtures has been performed by the authors (Jiang et al.
a). In the current study, the applicability of MICP for internal erosion mitigation in gravel-sand mixtures was investigated using a large one-dimensional column test apparatus which incorporates the implementation of MICP.