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Barber, D. C., 1995, Holocene depositional history and modern sand budget of inner Saco Bay, Maine: M.S. thesis, University of Maine, Orono, 178 p.
Crowell, M., Leatherman, S. P., and Buckley, M. K., 1991, Historical shoreline change: Error analysis and mapping accuracy: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 7, no. 3, p. 839-852.
Dean, R., and Campbell, T., 1999, Recommended beach nourishment guidelines for the State of Florida and unresolved related issues.
Dickson, S. M., 1999, The role of storm-generated combined flows in shoreface and inner-continental shelf sediment erosion, transport, and deposition: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maine, Orono, 321 p.
Duffy, W., and Dickson, S. M., 1995, Using grid and graph to quantify and display shoreline change: ESRI User Conference Proceedings.
Dugan, J. P., Vierra, K. C., Morris, W. D., Farruggia, G. J., Campion, D. C., and Miller, H. C., 1999, Unique vehicles used for bathymetry surveys in exposed coastal regions (pdf format)
Farrell, S. C., 1972, Present coastal processes, recorded changes, and the post-Pleistocene geologic record of Saco Bay, Maine: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 295 p.
Gayes, P. T., Donovan-Ealy, P., Harris, M.S., and Baldwin, W., 1998, Assessment of beach renourishment resources on the inner shelf off Folly Beach and Edisto Island, South Carolina: Center for Marine and Wetland Studies, Technical Report submitted to the Minerals Management Service, Office of International Activities and Marine Minerals, 43 p. plus appendices.
Goldsmith, V., 1976, Continental shelf wave climate models: A critical link between shelf hydraulics and shoreline processes, in Davis, R. A. (editor), Beach and nearshore sedimentation: Nearshore processes - Physical and biological: SEPM Special Publication 23, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, OK, p. 39-60.
Gorman, L., Morang, A., and Larson, R., 1998, Monitoring the coastal environment; Part IV: Mapping, shoreline changes, and bathymetric analysis: Journal of Coastal Research. v., 14, no. 1, p. 61-92.
Hansen, M., and Knowles, S. C., 1988, Ebb-tidal delta response to jetty construction at three South Carolina inlets, in Aubrey, D. G., and Weishar, L. (editors), Lecture notes on coastal and estuarine studies: Hydrodynamics and sediment dynamics of tidal inlets: Springer-Verlag, New York, p. 364-381.
Heinze, H. W., 2001, Anthropogenic influences and meteorological effects: How they are changing the sand beaches in southern Maine: M.S. thesis, University of Maine, Orono, 380 p.
Hulmes, L. J., 1980, Holocene stratigraphy and geomorphology of the Hills Beach/Fletcher Neck tombolo system, Biddeford, Maine: M.S. thesis, University of Delaware, 1008 p.
Irish, J. L., and Lillicrop, W. J., 1999, Scanning laser mapping of the coastal zone: the SHOALS system: ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, v. 54. p. 123-129.
Kana, T. W., and Gaudiano, D. J., 2001. Regional beach volume changes for the central South Carolina coast: Technical Report, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 124 p.
Kelley, J. T., Belknap, D. F., Fitzgerald, D. M., Barber, D. C., Dickson, S. M., van Heteren, S, Fink, L. K., and Manthorp, P. A., 1995, A sand budget for Saco Bay, Maine: Maine Geological Survey, Open-File Report 95-1, 40 p.
Kelley, J. T., Shipp, R. C., and Belknap, D. F., 1989, Geomorphology and late Quaternary evolution of the Saco Bay region, in Tucker, R. D., and Marvinney, R. G. (editors), Studies in Maine Geology, Volume 5 - Quaternary geology: Maine Geological Survey, p. 47-65.
Kriebel, D. L., 1995, Evaluation of ideal present profile method for beachfront management: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management.
Leatherman, S. P., and Anders, F. J., 1999, Mapping and managing coastal erosion hazards in New York, in Crowell, M., and Leatherman, S. P. (editors), Coastal erosion mapping and management: Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue #28, Miami, Florida, p. 34-42.
Maine State Planning Office, 1998, Improving Maine's beaches: Recommendations of the Southern Maine Beach Stakeholder Group.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2000, Light Detection and Ranging data, September 28-29, 2000.
Nelson, B. W., 1979, Shoreline changes and physiography of Maine's sandy coastal beaches: M.S. thesis, University of Maine, Orono, 303 p.
Normandeau Associates, 1994, A dredged material management study for coastal Maine and New Hampshire: Prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, assorted pages.
Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines, 1996, The U.S. beach nourishment experience: New England, East Coast Barrier Islands, Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes Shorelines: Duke University.
Rosati, J. D., Carlson, B. D., Davis, J. E., and Smith, T. D., 2001, The Corps of Engineers' National Regional Sediment Management Demonstration Program, ERDC/CHL CHETN-XIV-1: U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS, 14 p.
Saco Bay Planning Committee, 2000, Saco Bay Regional Beach Management Plan: Southern Maine Regional Planning Commission, Springvale, Maine, 109 p.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1955, Beach erosion control report on cooperative study of Saco, Maine: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, Waltham, MA, 21 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1961, Beach erosion control report on cooperative study of Hills Beach, Biddeford, Maine. US Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, Waltham, MA, 14 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1976, Camp Ellis Beach, Saco, Maine Beach Erosion Reconnaissance Report: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, Waltham, MA, 17 p.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1991, Assessment of coastal processes in Saco Bay, Maine, with emphasis on Camp Ellis Beach: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, Vicksburg, MS, 39 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1992. Camp Ellis Beach, Saco, Maine Beach Erosion Study: Section 111 Reconnaissance Report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, Waltham, MA, 11 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1995a, Camp Ellis Beach, Saco Bay Maine, Model study of beach erosion: Technical Report CERC-95-11, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, 44 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1995b, Design of beach fills: EM 1110-2-3301, 86 p. and appendices.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 2001, Saco River and Camp Ellis Beach, Saco Maine Beach Erosion Study: Section 111 Shoreline Damage Mitigation Study, Initial Appraisal (DRAFT), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District, Waltham, MA, 15 p.
van Heteren, S., Fitzgerald, D. M., Barber, D. C., Kelley, J. T., and Belknap, D. F., 1996, Volumetric analysis of a New England barrier system using ground-penetrating-radar and coring techniques: The Journal of Geology, v., 104, p. 471-483.
Wijnberg, K. M., 1995, Morphologic behavior of a barred coast over a period of decades: Ph.D. dissertation, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 245 p.
Wommack, L., 1979, History of Camp Ellis Beach, in Moreau, M., and others (editors), A study of beach processes and management alternatives for Saco Bay, Appendix B: Maine State Planning Office, p. 35-51.
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