Accession Number PB2013-102235
Title Assessment of Sand Resources in the Trinity Shoal Area, Louisiana Continental Shelf.
Publication Date 1991
Media Count 53p
Personal Author C. G. Groat D. L. Pope J. R. Suter R. A. McBride S. Penland
Abstract Louisiana's coastal zone is faced with the most critical land loss problem in the United States. Headland beaches and barrier islands are eroding at rates of 2 m/yr to 5 m/yr and 10 m/yr to 15 m/yr, respectively. The Isles Dernieres barrier island arc is ...
Keywords Beaches
Coastal erosion
Coastal zones
Dredging
Grain texture
Louisiana continental shelf
Sand resources
Sediments
Shoals
Trinity Shoal(Louisiana)


 
Source Agency Minerals Management Service
NTIS Subject Category 47 - Ocean Sciences & Technology
50B - Civil Engineering
Corporate Author Louisiana Geological Survey, Baton Rouge.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1306
Contract Number DI-MMS-14-12-0001-30387

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