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AnnotatedBibliography

Carter, T.G., Liu, P.L.F., and Mie, C.C., 1973. Mass Transport by waves

and offshore sand bed forms. A.S.C.E. Proc., Jour. Waterways and Harbors Div, 99, 165-184.

This reference is helpful source of information for the understanding of how currents will affect barrier beach breaching.

Finley, R.J., 1979, Ebb-tidal delta morphology and sediment supply in

Relation to seasonal wave energy flux, North Inlet, South Carolina. Jour. Sed Petrol. 48, 227-238.

This reference is helpful to understand flood and ebb tide influences and inlet formation.

Griggs, G., K. Patsch, and L. Savoy. 2005. Living With the Changing

California Coast. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, California, USA and England.

This reference is helpful for the diagrams of the watershed and dynamics of coastal environments.

Grotzinger, J., P., and T. Jordan. 2014. Understanding Earth Seventh

Edition. W.H. Freeman and Company, Houndmills, New York, USA.

This reference is helpful for a deeper understanding of the agents that form beaches.

Komar, P., D. 1976. Beach processes and sedimentation. Prentice-Hall,

Inc, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA.

This reference is helpful tool of knowing scientific names of what you are seeing at the beach.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Tide Tables.

National Ocean Survey, 2015.

This reference is helpful because of knowledge about up to date tide conditions can greatly influence beach profiles.

O’Hirok, L., S., 1985. Barrier Beach Formation and Breaching.

University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

This reference is helpful to compare historical and current data. This is also helpful to find great sources of information.

Outland, R., F. 1979 Man-Made Disaster: The Story of St. Francis Dam,

Its Place in Southern California’s Water System, Its failure and the Tragedy in the Santa Clara River Valley. Western Historical Quarterly. Volume 10, pp. 82-83

This reference is helpful because of a historically based knowledge is critical to knowing what the current state of the river is in.

Pilkey, O., H., W. Neal, J. Kelley, and A Cooper. 2011. The World’s

Beaches A Global Guide to the Science of the Shoreline. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, California, USA.

This reference is helpful source of reading a beach from a local to a global scale.

Viles, H. 1991. Coastal Geomorphology. University of Oxford, Oxford,

United Kingdom. Volume15. pp. 182

This reference is helpful to a greater understanding of the evolution of geomorphology.

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