GEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Beaches and Coastal Processes from a Geologic and Environmental Perspectives

Field Guide and Proceedings, XVI Annual Meeting (1999)


John H. Puffer (ed.)



TABLE OF CONTENTS
page
Title
Author(s)
vii
Foreword
John H. Puffer

Technical Papers
1
Observations of beach cusps on a sandy estuarine beach, Delaware Bay, New Jersey
Nancy L. Jackson & Karl F. Nordstrom
11
Magnetite spherules as a measure of the influx of particulate air pollution into the beaches of New Jersey
John H. Puffer
23
Rates of longshore transports on the Atlantic Ociean shore of New Jersey
Cyril Galvin
34
Holocene sea level fluctuations along the New Jersey shore
Nicole Caruso & Michelle Goman
45
Geologic framework of the New Jersey Inner Shelf: Results from resource-based seismic and vibracore studies
J. Uptegrove, D.W. Hall, J.S. Waldner, R.E. Sheridan, B.J. Lubchansky & G.M. Ashley
65
Hurricane hazards in New Jersey
N.K. Coch
99
Remote sensing as a tool for monitoring New Jersey coastal water quality
Sima Bagheri & Christine Zetlin
113
Coastal management projects in Cape May County, NJ
Stewart Farrell
117
The effects of development on the dune system of a barrier island community
Mary Jo Hall, Stacy Aron, Danielle Lake & Sue Halsey
119
Fossiliferous concretions from New York Bight beaches: implications for Late Pleistocene and Holocene coastal environments around Sandy Hook and western Long Island
P.W. Stoffer, P. Messina & J.A. Chamberlain Jr.
144
Sun, sand, and science: enhancing K-12 science education by incorporating inquiry based marine science into the curriculum
William Slattery, Claire Antonucci & Martin Becker

Field Guide
156
Road Log: New Jersey Beaches and Coastal Processes from Geologic and Environmental Perspectives (the Beaches of Cape May County)
Stewart Farrell
162 Recent or current projects in Cape May County, New Jersey
Stewart Farrell

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