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Works Cited:

Bridges, M.H. and R.G. Dean.  1999.  An overview of erosional hotspot causes on nourished beaches.  Technical memorandum from unpublished Masters thesis.  University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
 
Holman, R.A. and T.C. Lippmann.  1987.  Remote sensing of nearshore bars systems-making morphology visible. Coastal Sediments.  87, 929-944.

Konicki, K.M. and R.A. Holman.  2000.  The statistics and kinematics of transverse sand bars on an open coast. Marine Geology.169, 69-100.

Kraus, N.C. and F.A. Galgano.  2001.  Beach erosional hotspots: types, causes and solutionsTo appear in Proceedings 14th Annual National Conferenceon Beach Preservation Technology, FSBPA.

List, Jeffery H. and A.S. Farris.  1999.  Large-scale shoreline response to storms and fair-weather.  In:  Kraus, N.C. and W.G. McDougal (eds.). Coastal Sediments '99 .  2, 1324-1338.

McNinch, J.E. and T.G. Drake.  2001.  Influences of underlying geology on nearshore and shoreline processes. Geological Society of America-Programs with Abstracts .  Southeast Section Meeting, Raleigh, NC.

Riggs, Stanley R., William J. Cleary, and Stephen W. Snyder.  1995.  Influence of inherited geologic framwork on barrier shoreface morphology and dynamics.  MarineGeology . 126, 213-234.

Other References:

Bailard, J.A..  1981.  An energetics total load sediment transport model for a plane sloping beach.  Journal of Geophysical Research.  86, 10,938-10,954.

Gayes, P.T., W.C. Schwab, R. Morton, W. Baldwin, and E. Boyle.  2001.  Interim report on the Grand Strand beach nourishment projects: beach fill, borrow site and nearshore reef changes.  Geological Society of America-Programs with Abstracts.  Southeast Section meeting, Raleigh, NC.

Gravens, Mark B..  1999.  Periodic shoreline morphology, Fire Island, New York.  In:  Kraus, N.C. and W.G. McDougal (eds.). Coastal Sediments '99 . 2, 1613-1626.

Holland, K.T., R.A. Holman, T.C. Lippmann, J. Stanley, and N. Plant.  1997.  Practical use of video imagery in nearshore oceanographic field studies.  IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering.  22(1), 81-92.

Honeycutt, M.G. and D.E. Krantz.  2001.  Deciphering the role of antecedent geology in shaping modern coastal evolution:  examples from the Delmarva peninsula.  Geological Society of America-Programs with Abstracts. Southeast Section meeting, Raleigh, NC.

Larson, M. and N.C. Kraus.  2000.  Representation of non-erodible (hard) bottoms in beach profile change modeling.  Journal of Coastal Research.  16(1), 1-14.

McNinch, J.E., J.T. Wells, S.W. Snyder.  1999.  The long-term contribution of pre-Holocene sands to transgressing barrier islands.  In:  Kraus, N.C.and W.G. McDougal (eds.).  Coastal Sediments '99.  1, 786-801.

North Carolina Division of Coastal Management.  1992.  Long-term average annual shoreline change rates updated through 1992.  NC Division of Coastal Management, Raleigh, NC.

Office of Naval Research - Army Research Office workshop.  2001.  Needs and the direction of research over the next decade.  Convened by Dr. Russell S. Harmon (ARO)and Dr. Thomas Kinder (ONR), Duck, NC.

Plant, N.G., R. A. Holman, M.H. Freilich, and W.A. Birkemeier.  1999.  A simple model for interannual sandbar behavior.  Journal of Geophysical Research.  104(C7), 15,755-15,776.

Wright, L.D., S.C. Kim, and C.T. Friedrichs.  1999.  Across-shelf variations in bed roughness, bed stress, and sediment suspension on the northern California shelf.  Marine Geology.  154, 99-115.

Wright, L.D. and A.D. Short.  1984.  Morphodynamic variabilityof surf zones and beaches: a synthesis.  Marine Geology.  56, 93-118.

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