2 edition of Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina found in the catalog.
by Dept. of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center in Fort Belvoir, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by James F. Matta|
|Series||Miscellaneous report - U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center -- no. 77-6, Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) -- no. 77-6.|
|Contributions||Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.), Old Dominion University. Dept. of Biological Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Series: Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) ; no. Matta, James Frank, Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Old Dominion University. Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina by Matta, James Frank, ; Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.); Old Pages: Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina.
Fort Belvoir, Virginia: U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Matta, James F. Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina (OCoLC) Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina / By James F. Matta, Old Dominion University.
Department of Biological Sciences. and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Abstract. Issued April Cover es bibliographical references (pages ).Mode of access: Internet.
Long-term changes in the beach fauna at Duck, North Carolina, were investigated. The data collected in this study were compared to a previous study conducted in (Matta, ) to investigate the potential effects of the construction of the Duck Field Research Facility pier on the adjacent beaches.
No effects on the benthic fauna were found. J.F. MattaBeach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina Coastal Enginering Research Center Miscellaneous Report No. (), p. Google ScholarCited by: Welcome to the Field Research Facility. Located on the Atlantic Ocean near the town of Duck, North Carolina (2MB pdf map), the FRF is an internationally-recognized coastal observatory.
Instruments at the facility constantly record the changing waves, winds, tides, and currents. Central to the facility is a foot long pier and specialized. Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina.
Beaches; Coastal zone management; Estuarine ecology. 54 cm 15cm 3 3/8 Steel Conduit cm) Figure 3. Cross section of the corer used as a sampling device. Buy Long-Term Changes in Beach Fauna at Duck, North Carolina (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
INTRODUCTION In the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center (CERC}, formally opened a new field research facility at Duck, North Carolina, (Fig. Planning for the field station began in Actual con- struction started in Cited by: 1.
significant changes in the beach fauna adjacent to the CERC Field Research Facility (FRF). METHODS AND MATERIALS The methods and materials used in the firl sampling plan of the study (Matta, ) were also followed in this study.
Transect Locations. Three transects were established on both the ocean and sound beaches (Fig. 2).Cited by: 2. Functional morphology and feeding behavior of Scolelepis squamata (Müller) were studied. Gut contents consisted of unconsolidated sedimentary particles, fecal pellets of other species, and a wide variety of embryos, larvae, and juveniles.
Unlike other spionid polychaetes the palps of S. squamata lack a median, ciliated groove. Particles captured by the palps were brought to the pharynx by a Cited by: The Field Research Facility in northern Duck is known for its foot long pier and its internationally recognized research.
It’s mission is “Advancing coastal knowledge through observation and discovery.”. PDF | As part of the DUCK-X experiment at the CERC field research facility at Duck, North Carolina in September,suspended sediment measurements | Find, read and cite all the research you.
The Army Corps of Engineers Field Research Facility (FRF) at Duck, North Carolina, provides an ideal location for the collection of this type of baseline information (Figure 2.). The FRF is a m research pier used for the collection of ocean-ographic data (CERC, ).
A survey study of beach fauna, including E. talpoida, was conducted. until a field of view contained five burrows of S. squamata.
Current speeds of 0, 5, 10, and 15 cm s -1 were then produced and feeding behavior observed and : Daniel Dauer. studies, and provide a better understanding of the influence offield conditions on measurements and design practices.
To provide a manned field facility for testing of new instrumentation. SITE DESCRIPTION The Field Research Facility site one mile north of Duck, North Carolina. As part of the DUCK-X experiment at the CERC field research facility at Duck, North Carolina in September,suspended sediment measurements were made along the CERC pier.
In situ bulk water samples were collected during a moderate northeast storm and two days later during post-storm wave conditions. Concentrations varied from approximately. Induring the world’s largest near-shore research experiment, coastal engineers gathered at the research facility to study the near-shore zone of breaking waves to determine the dynamics of beach public is invited to tour the research facility from mid-June through mid-August.The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is the state government agency created by the General Assembly in to conserve and sustain the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use, and public input.
The Commission is the regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of N.C. fishing, hunting, trapping and boating laws.Beach changes caused by the Atlantic Coast storm of 17 December () ().jpg 1, × 1,; KB Beach fauna study of the CERC Field Research Facility, Duck, North Carolina () ().jpg 1, × 2,; KB.