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goletabeachhist - on master plan 2005 Winter storm requires...

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Goleta Beach --History 1938 and before---Was a sand spit, barrier beach in front of salt marsh—probably filled in mid 1800s after fire 1940s ---Sand spit receives fill—foundation of park today 1955—fire followed by El Nino storms 1969 1983—El Nino storms—beach erosion that continues today 1993-- El Nino storm, erosion 2000--- County builds 1000ft long rock revetment as an emergency measure, removed later in 2000 2001 –beach erosion, 600ft long rock revetment built 2003--- beach nourishment experiment---about 60,000 yds sand fro SB harbor and local stream placed on beach 2004--- Goleta Beach Working Group meetings—work
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Unformatted text preview: on master plan 2005 Winter storm requires placement of 350 lineal feet of rock revetment to protect portion of park developed area; Coastal commission approves retention of this rock to July 2006 in order to complete Master Planning process; Stakeholder group meets in June and July to hear final presentations on resting shoreline, managed retreat; stakeholders provide discussion on long term plan alternatives. Park Commission and Board of Supervisors provide recommendations and direction for pursuing long term plan. 2006 350 lineal feet of rock revetment to protect portion of park developed area to be retained...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2009 for the course ENV S 2 taught by Professor Keller during the Winter '09 term at UCSB.

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