Figure 14. The Seawall Beach spit (sand bar) was cut by the February 25-26 storm. Large tides and surf continued to lower the bar for a week - through March 5 and 6 - when deep erosion formed a new tidal channel with a straighter and more direct course for the Morse River to the sea. Note the stranded tree on the far bank of the channel is the same one in Figure 8. Photo taken March 10, 2010 courtesy of J. Picher, DOC. Annotation by S. M. Dickson, MGS.
Last updated on July 6, 2011