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Wassaw Island study

Wassaw Island study

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Published by School of Environmental Design, University of Georgia in Athens, Ga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia,
  • Wassaw Island.
    • Subjects:
    • Physical geography -- Georgia -- Wassaw Island.,
    • Land use -- Georgia -- Wassaw Island.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 125-129.

      Statementby Wayne Francisco [and others]
      SeriesEnvironmental design series, no. 1
      ContributionsFrancisco, Wayne., Georgia. University. School of Environmental Design.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC107.G43 E53 no. 1, GB126.G4 E53 no. 1
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 129 p.
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4859548M
      LC Control Number75634611

        For 50 Years, Nuclear Bomb Lost in Watery Grave Fifty years ago, a B bomber dropped a 7,pound nuclear bomb into the waters off Tybee Island, Ga., after a mid-air collision. The bomb has. Wassaw Island is a National Wildlife Refuge, and I’ve mentioned it before as the one island of the Georgia coast that most closely approaches the ideal of “pristine,” a label blithely applied to nearly any Georgia barrier island regardless of how much humans had modified their landscapes. Current estimates are that it Wassaw only about.

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state of Georgia and is within the borders of Chatham County of that state. The island and its surrounding marshlands are part of the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, which has a total area of 10, acres ( km 2) of marsh, mudflats, and tidal creeks, including Location: Chatham County, Georgia, United States.

Wassaw Island can also be approached at the northern end by boating up the Wilmington River from Hogan 's Marina on Wilmington Island, phone () Activities: Hiking, bird-watching, shelling, fishing, picnicking, nature studies, biking, kayaking.

Wassaw's total of 10, acres includes surrounding tidal marshes, two smaller islands (collectively known as Little Wassaw Island), and several small er, they make up the Wassaw Island National Wildlife Refuge.

More than 70 percent of the entire complex is composed of tidal salt marsh. Get this from a library. Characteristics of water flow at the north end of the Wassaw barrier island complex: Wassaw Island erosion study, part 2. [George Frederick Oertel; Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.]. Wassaw ered the most unspoiled of Georgia’s barrier islands, Wassaw Island is 14 miles south of Savannah and accessible by private or charter boat.

Designated a National Wildlife Refuge inWassaw was previously owned by the descendants of a wealthy northerner who obtained the island just after the Civil War. Today it is maintained by the U.S. Wassaw Island is one of the Sea is located on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the U.S.

state of Georgia and is within the borders of Chatham County of that state. The island and its surrounding marshlands are part of the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, which has a total area of 10, acres ( km 2) of marsh, mudflats, and tidal creeks, including.

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Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge is the only barrier island on the Georgia Coast to have never been cleared by man. It has miles of trails through maritime forest and seven miles of beaches that are home to generations of nesting sea turtles.

5 Hours. $ and up. Wassaw, Sapelo, Jekyll, and Cumberland islands. Most of the specimens collected by the authors and others assisting in these surveys will be housed at either the University of Georgia Museum of Zoology or the Tall Timbers Research Station. 14 Aerial photograph of acute beach erosion on the northern end of Wassaw Island, May 15 Patterns of sediment deposition, erosion, and transport, Sapelo Island and vicinity.

16 Sea oats (Uniola paniculata) 17 Large dune encroaching upon interior forest on Cumberland Island. 18 Top. Natural dune system on Blackbeard Island, June Bottom. Parker brings the boat to stop a few hundred yards from the soft, fine sand of Wassaw Island.

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After pulling our boats out of the water, we hike north, along the sound, to a trail that cuts across the island.

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Central Time through Saturdays at 3 a.m. Central Time. Access may be unavailable during this time. Get this from a library. Sand stabilization on the dunes, beach and shoreface of a historically eroding barrier island: Wassaw Island erosion study, part 3.

[George Frederick Oertel; James L. The shell lengths of the two smallest Wassaw Island whelks ( and mm) indicate that the whelks settled from the plankton 24–48 hr immediately prior to collection in Georgia. The island is uninhabited and only assessable by boat.

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