Past, Present and Future Inlets
Mallinson, David J.; Culver, Stephen J.; Riggs, Stanley R.; Walsh, J.P.; Ames, Dorothea V.; Smith, Curtis W.
Department of Geological Sciences; Institute for Coastal Science and Policy; Barrier islands; Graveyard of the Atlantic; Outer Banks (N.C.); Fresh riverine water; Estuaries; Inlets; Oregan Inlet (N.C.); Ocracoke Inlet (N.C.); Hatteras Inlet (N.C.); Drum Inlet (N.C.); Ophelia Inlet (N.C.); Buxton Inlet (N.C.); Isabel Inlet (N.C.); North Carolina Division of Coastal Management; Inlet hazard areas
East Carolina University
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