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Erosion of a sea stack over 100 years

http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/pubinfo/jump.html

Series of photographs showing the demise of Jump-off Joe, a sea stack at Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon from 1890 as a result of erosion.

by Western Region Coastal & Marine Geology Program (Sponsor) and Snavely, Parke D.
Related topics:
Coastal processes, Erosion, Photography, Sea-floor characteristics
States or counties
Lincoln,
Hydrologic units
Northern Oregon Coastal,
Quadrangles
Newport North
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