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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1206

Coastal Change Along the Shore of Northeastern South Carolina: The South Carolina Coastal Erosion Study

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Figure 4.4.  (A) Large boulders excavated during construction of storm water outfall near 52nd Ave. North, Myrtle Beach (published by permission of James Daigle, Sunland Construction Inc., Eunice, Louisiana).  The boulders came from rocky deposits that lie at shallow depths beneath Grand Strand beaches.  (B) Rocks indicated by arrows exposed by beach erosion at Hurl Rocks Park, Myrtle Beach (published by permission of Paul Gayes, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina.)  Sediment removed by storms typically returns in times of fair weather and rebuilds the beach. [Click here for high-resolution image.]

Figure 4.4.  Photos of boulders and rocks exposed during construction and by beach erosion at Myrtle Beach.
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